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'-" T-i-.vramid you will jffnd you ivko .YXsvto A -
V Mye cent. y 'Ml
will ftH. JCis
'for sale the
MOKFOHD & BlLEH.
best plow rutdT""s,H
w. j. uonon says tor xucuoru, uoom
er& Co., where you will find Mr.
See the card of M. B. Harwell in
this paper. He supplements physical
strength with the power of steam, all
directed by human skill and ingenuity
to produce the useful and the orna
The printing press was invented bv William
"t 1 Shingles! Shingles!
Lelper & Co. will deliver Ked Cedar Shing
les at Manchester, Morrison and McMiun
Vllle for $4.00 cash on delivery. inl3-3t
When you want a good threshing
machine or first-class grist or saw mill
machinery, call on T. F. Burroughs &
Bon, where you can always get the best.
The Warren House at McMinnville,
Tenn., will be opened in due time for
Summer boards. Mrs. M. V. Hill
Ladies, get permanent relief by using
For sale by J. B. Ritchey
T. F. Burroughs & Son desire to say
they will have a new advertisement
next week. See what they Bay to day.
25 head of sheep and about the same
number of lambs and a lot of stock
togs. Apply to L. C. Turpin, 4 1-2
miles North of McMinnville. 2t.
We are opening a large stock of shoes,
hats, lemons, oranges, canned goods,
eugar, coffee and provisions. Sweet
and Irish potatoes bought and sold.
Brewer & Northcut.
C. G. Black & Co. have on hand
and for sale, shoes, boots, dry goods,
groceries and provisions. They pay
highest prices for country produce.
Give them a call when you come to
Liver Pilla contain arsenic: " BLACK
DRAUGHT" ii u harmless as tea or coflue,
For sale by J. B. Ritchey.
Please let us have your communica
tions by Wednesday evening's mail.
Those received after that must take
many chances of being held over.
If you wish to sec the New Light
ning Wilson Sowing Machine, three
drawers, drop leaf, and all the attach
ments tor 5zo. call at J. M. Thurman
& CVs. m27-lt.
Query : Why will people suffer with
Indigestion when "BLACK-DRAUGHT"
will cure them?
For sale by J. B. Ritchey
Remember that the Standard con
tains original and editorial matter on
every page on the 1st and 4th as well
as the second and third. Look for
Tbe Churches To morrow.
Services at all the churches as usual
in the forenoon and a union service of
nil the congregations at the C. P,
Church at 7:15 p. m. All invited to
Mrs. E. G. Meud, at Meads' Mills
on the 26th of March, 1880.
Mrs.- Ivison Rhodes at Fayetteville
a few days ago.
We regret that our Collins River
letter was crowded out but it shall up
pear next week.
" The communications of "Lex," "Farmer,"
nd "It," have all been ui.avoidubly crowd
cd out, but will appear next week. "Lex"
answers "Aunt Ben" or Uncle Harry, or
Uncle John, or whoever he may be.
One dollar's worth of " BLACK
- DRAUGHT" will save fifty dollars iu
For sale by J. B. Ritchey,
Funrr ttl Service.
A memorial Bermon will be preached
with reference to the life and death of
the late Mrs. Mary E. Wheeler, wife
of James A. Wheeler, Esq., at Bethle
lieru church on Charles' creek, on the
1st Sabbath of Apiil, 1880, by Rev.
A. C. Tatum or Revt J. T. Barbee.
Mr. Tom Faulkuer has it in view to
erect at an early day a splendid brick
residence near the Charles Creek Fac
tory. Those who do for themselves do
for others. All improvement give
life, labor and money to the communi
ties in which the work is done. No
man liveth to himself alone.
Mr. A. M. Jones, of Barren Fork,
West Warren, is a candidate for the
office of Trustee and Tax Collector at
the ensuing election in August. Mr.
Jones is a young man of good morals
and fully competent to discharge the
duties of the office, and if elected no
doubt will make a good officer.
Forty years' trial hi proved " BLACK
DRAUGHT" the best liver medicine in
jtlte world. .
For sale by J. B. Ritchey.
Tk new mwr. the "Southern
Standard." published at McMinnville,
Tenn., by Prof. A. M. Burney, is one
of the ablest papers we receive. It is
, Democratic to the core, and supports
, its doctrines with sledge-hammer area
TSCSflPrit is dealing the Ao Era,
th Sva?e-rerudiaUon paper, aome
Wvr blows. Give him h ail Culum
bia.' Professor, the Democracy are with
you. oarawMui iransenpu
i "BLACK-DRAUGHT" make chill
and fever iinpoxKible.
J. B. RITCIIEY'S.
Woniack & Colville represented by Fate
If you want to see what this means,
just call at the Corner opposite the War.
ren House and it will be fully explain
If you want to buy Hardware and
Software, and all sorts of things that
wear well with very little tear, and
without any tare, and yet a good arti
cle of tar, just call on Morford & Biles
who will alwavs be Viere.
If you want a musical instrument
from a Jew's-harp to a Pipe organ, just
see how Emily Tripp, trips it in her
.line of business, thus surpassing in her
step the other Music dealers who do not
appear in the Standard this week.
Call on Bretney & Wright, Louis
ville, Ky., if you want to be treated
tight in the purchase of a stock of Sad
dles and Harness, they have treated us
just that way in paying for their adver
It is a known fact from sad experi
ence with many of us, that teeth will
decay, and that there is only one Ran
som for them named in our columns
and that is Dr. R. P. Ransom the
It is written that man shall not live
by bread alone ; if he could a Johnny
Cake board would answer for all cook
ing purposes. But it is useless to talk
against the appetite, so call and see A.
M. Cawthon about those New Cooking
Mumford & Spurloch, Counselors at
law. This firm has the silver lock of
experience, and the sharp keen spur of
business which always leads to success
for both counsel and client.
Mum or otherwise they can ford any
branch of the law.
Dr. J. B. Ritchey was anxious to
have a word with you this week, but
says you must excuse him as he was so
busy receiving and opening his large
stock of Drugs and Seeds that he hadn't
time this week to prepare his piece.
Look out for it next week.
Those horses of yours need to be
bridled and saddled, and while it is
very difficult to parse this sentence,
"John commanded the horse to be sad
dled," it is quite an easy matter to step
over to W. S. Maddux & Co's and get
the necessary outfit for the purpose.
Blucber and Napoleon were partners
in the bnttle of Waterloo, which was a
sinking business. But Brewer & North
cut are engaged in an enterprise of less
moment, yet of far greater common
sense and practical utility in which
neither they nor their customers sink
Have you read the story of Lewis &
Clark, "Up the Missouri River in a ca
noe." If not, you may substitute for it
the story of Lewis & Faulkner, found in
this issue of the Standard, about ves
sels that out strip the canoe without
the aid of water, over dry land and the
Wm. Litterer & Co. These gentle
men are not whittlers by trade, but
have whittled down the prices some
what, and the word, if it has any signifi.
cance, means that they handle so many
pure drugs that they have become lit
tererf by rejecting the dross and im
purities. If you want something substantial
for the physical man, or if you have an
abundance of that article whatever it
maybe, call on T. F. Burroughs &
Son, who deal in all kinds of provi
sions, buying from those who wish to
sell and selling to those who wish to
buy, at the Big Brick store.
It is said that when you get a man
cornered he will offer his best terms.
This is precisely the,Li our friend Dr.
Fleming is iu, and has been for many
years past right on the corner in the
"corner drug store" offering such bar
gains and terms as will always be ap
preciated by those who crowd him.
Just listen how our merchants talk
about "Dress Goods" for ladies and
children, and men and boys, old folks
and young folks, white folks and black
folks but what good will drm goods
do if they are not made vpt You can't
wear them, no matter how good they
are. And who is to make them up T
Just ask Misses Bell Ellis and Maggie
JJrumficld. They'll settle it
We call especial attention to what J
T. Lively has to say in the Standard
in a very lively way to his old custom-
to tee Jeanmaire.
Cummlngs, Principal of Brook.
side Seminary was In town last Saturday and
Smooth at the tide,
Of Scotland'i Clyde.
It would be impossible to build so
great a mercantile ctructure as you see
in the Standard this week, without
walls, in fact the walls are the main
part of a structure, so if you want to
see the Walling of it just call on "Loss
J. II. Hughes & Co., like Ritchey,
are not ready to talk yet from an over
flow of business at the Factory and
Tanyard, but will say that they are re
ceiving hides daily at the highest price,
and timber at the factory of T. F. Bur
roughs & Co., as well as shipping their
goods to distant markets.
Things without color are said to be
black, and one hundred and forty -four
things are said to be a gross. . But if
you want to see a while Black and a
single gross, i. e. an odd number or an
odd fellow make a Gross or Gross make
an odd fellow just call on C. G. Black
& Co., east main street, and the fact
in each case will be realized.
Farmers, your attention: W. F.
Leiper & Co. have well nigh exhaust
ed the Commission trade of Rutherford
county, one of the richest in Tennessee,
and the old hero of them all has leaped
over into Warren to finish it up. Call
and see him ; he is as polite as a French
dancing master, and much more sin
cere. Those sharp fellows, :sharp in busi
ness, and Smartt, not only in naine, but
in practice, the Smartt Brothers, in
telligent boys of a Smartt father, to-wit:
Dr. Smartt, who at an early day took
the advice of Thales, "Know thyself,"
and has made himself acquainted with
the human system. But if you want
to know what the Smartt Sons talk
about, call and see them on West
WERE YOU INVITED ?
Iuvited to what? The Cincinnati
Banquet! If not, you can get youi
stock in that affair yet, by calling on
J. F. Motford and purchasing a part
of that splendid stock of goods which
he brought back with him for all the
people, regardless of invitations. The
occasion is past,
Now, you can do nothing better,
Thau to call on Albert Etter.
Henry VIII or some other wicked
king would not let a barber shave him
for fear he would cut his throat-
hence he taught his daughters to shave
him. This was about the first out crop-
pings of "woman's rights." And we
grant that they have a right yet to
6have people if they will, but we think
George Maxey & Soloman Taylor are
much better prepared to do that work
iu McMinnville, the royal example to
the contrary notwithstanding.
Faulkner's Syllogisms. Those
who have but little money should go
to II. II. Faulkner & Co's.
Those who have plenty should also
But all meu have either little or
Therefore Faulkner's is the place for
all men to go to buy their spring goods.
They have New Goods at old prices.
That Second Excursiok known
the "John Ross excursion," the
MORFORD & CO.
Invite the attention of the citizens of Warren and
adjoining counties to their unusually Large
SPRING STOCK OP DRY GOODS,
Embroideries, Laces, Corsets,
Fans, Parasols, Umbrellas, Neck Wear, Veiling, Busting, Towels, Napkins,
xaue uamasic, fiei spreads, Dress Buttons, Trimmings, Ribbons
JPtincy IVotions of all Kinds.
-OUR STOCK OF
Gents and Boys Clothing
-IS UNUSUALLY LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE -
SSrOIVE US A CALL-WILL BE QLAD TO SEE YOU.l
mar27 . ;
Office Up Stair
Price, $1.00 a Year Ga
A FIRST GLASS NEWSPAPER.
Published Every Saturday Morning.
All the Paper Outside and Inside-
PBINTED AT McMINNVILLB.
A Home Enterprise.
The paper will be Conservatively Democratic in politics, and will furnish ft
synopsis of political and general news of the day, while it will be devoted to
the Interest of Warren and the adjoining Counties in particular. It will be our
aim to make it at all times a live, progessive, vigorous Newspaper.
The Standard will also be a most excellent Advertising medium, at low
rates. All we ask is that the people will try the Standard.
IHI-A-S OZPZEHsTEXD I
J. C. M. BOSS to the Front !
Received and receiving a large stock of
READY IIJCJDE CLOTHING,
SHOP MADE BOOTS 11 SHOES OF 1HE YERY BEST QUAIITY,
...and Manufactured for him by Messrs. Smaltz, Monroe & Co., Philadelphia,..
: Hats of the Latest Styles,
His LaOies Dress Goods Department Can't lie Surpassed in the Monntain District
Tor Style and Quality.
Hii staple goods were bought before the recent rise, and will be sold exceedingly low
for cash. Also a Large stock of Queensware, Hardware, Cutlery and Farming Imple
ments. "And there is more to follow." Mr. J. C. M. Ross himself will start East next Mon
day to complete and supplement this stock with a full supply of every thing above named
and more besides. , lie aims ot one of the largest and best stocks of goods ever brought
to McMinnville. Remember Mercer & Coffee's corner, and don't forget when you want a
stylish suit of clothes cheap for cash to call ou him, m27 -
McMinnville, March 27, 1880.
whole party consisting of J. C. M. Ross
and himself, have been invited to go
East and banquet it all along the line ut
titeir own expense, and will be entertain
ed in the principal eastern cities the
same way. it you want to Know ine
object, call on Maj. Mercer and Hack
ett, in the absence of the party, and
then on Mr. Ross himself on his return,
and see what he brings back.
The Stone Fort Paper Co. We
have determined to print the Stand
ard on paper manufact ured by this com
pany at Manchester, Tennessre, for two
reasons. First, we desire to make the
Standard a home institution in theory
and practice, becond, we desire to
use the best paper the country affords.
This we get from the above company.
As an evidence of the promptness of
the company, we will say that we re
ceive the paper the same day we order
it, and pay for it the next day.
No doubt many of our readers have
read the "Village Blacksmith," but that
won't near do in this case. You must
actually read the account of the "Old
Reliable," the Mountain City Black
smith Emporium, as carried on by the
prince of the profession, the Ironical
successor of Vulcan himself, to-wit : J,
P. Gartner. Vulcan struck Jupiter
on the head with a sledge hammer and
Minerva sprang out full orbed and
equipped as the Goddess of wisdom. Our
modern Vulcan don't deal in such fab
ulous miracles, but in substantial reali
ties, such as iron, wood, fire and
The Triual Brotoor Trinmyirate,
Roman history informs us that Pomp
ey, Crassus and Cajsar constituted the
rst Triumvirate. The account of the
.McMinnville Merchants in the Stand
ard this week shows our first Mercan
tile Triumvirate to be composed, of
Heryy, Frank nud Cap. And while
the old-- Roman Triumvirate dealt in
War, Treason and Bloodshed, our
Triumvirate deals in the '
...LATEST "STYLES OF... . .
...die Bed Fitting..,
...and Vie most Superbly Built... .
SHOES, HATS, &c.
...Also a full line of...
;..for Ladies, Gents and Children....
Groceries and Provisions.
The Old Triumvirate took Country
Froduce without paying for it, but our
Triumvirate pays the highest prices for
idl kiuds of rroduce. mz7
. Non-Rcsidcnt Notice,
T.J R. Swoflbrd and W. T. York, adm'rs of
U. W. York vs. A. V. York ft 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 de
fendants, P. L. Duncan and wife, Fan
nie Duncan, and O. W. York, are non
residents of the State of Tennessee, so
that the ordinary process of law cannot be
served on them ; it is therefore ordered that
publication be made in the Southern Stand
ard, a newspaper published at McMinnville,
Tenn., for four oonsecutive weeks, command
ing the sail defendant to appear on or be
fore the next term of this court, to be hold
en at the court house in McMinnville, Tenn..
the first Monday of Ma;, IsaO, 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 5, 1880.
J. C. BILES, C. k M.
By A. B. Ramsey, D. C.
T. J. R. Swofforh, Solicitor for complain,
fte p gcKaMe"!
TIME IRES ail PR07ES AIL THINGS.
Thisis true of the Time-tried and Well-tested
Wood - work Shop
Old Stand on Spring St.,
Where he will be pleased to serve the pub
BY SKILLED WORKMEN
-in the manufacture of the-
Mountain City Wagons,
.. .. . ......All Kinds of.
BUGGIES and VEHICLES.
C23all Itlnds offSSD
Painting and Repairing
Done on short notice and at reasonable
prices. Ihankful to the public for the Ion
run of work and con6dence he has received
he now respectfully invites a continuance
of the same when he is better prepared to
sucuiiimuuttie aii wno appir.
. P. GARTNER.
W. C. Womack, J C. Hughet rtalvs. Rovena
Ungltn, Abner tlught and tannic Jlughei.
In Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn.
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING TO
X the Clerk and Master from eompla
ants' bill, which is sworn to, that the defen-
dants,Kowena,Abnerand Fannie Hughes are
non-residents of the State of Tenuessee, so
manna ormnary procets ot law cannot be
served on them. It is therefore ordered
that publication be made In the Southern
Standards newspaper published at McMinn
ville, Tenn., for four consecutive weeks com
mauding the said defendants to appear be
fore the next term of this court, ta be hold
en at the court house in McMinuville. Tenn.,
the first Monday in May, 18H0, then and
there to plead, answer or demur to said bill,
or the same will be taken for confeued as
to them and set for hearing ex part. Feb
ruary 26, 1880.
J. C. BILES, C. A if.
VTOMACK A MURRAY, Solicitors for com
Yes the Centennial Furniture, not that tbe Furniture itself is a hundred
years old but made in the latter part of the 19th century upon the accumula
ted experience and improvements of mechanical skill for 100 years, and in this
J. P. Lively takes the Lead,
and is at the 1
HEAD OF THE TRADE! :
He now offers at lowest rates in McMinnville, the
Excelsior Cotton Top MatremscR
unsurpassed by any thing of the kind ever invented cheaper, better and more luxurious
than the feather bed, which is saying a good deal, but nevertheless it is true. Try them I
A FULL STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE
kept and made to order. Also the best home-made and imported Chairs. Window Sash
and Picture Frames, all at lowest figures I Also
always attended in person with a neat Hearse and Safe Driver and team. lie keeps a fine
lot of City Caskets and Coffins at the lowest possible prices, Be sure to call on him be
foie purchasing and examiue for yourselves. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
J. P. LIVELY.
He mfns to make the trade lively and Lively trade at low figures!
"Country Produce taken In exchange at highes. market price. m27-6m
H. H. FAULKNER & CO.
...HAVE OPENED THEIR
SPRING & SUMMER TRADE
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
NOTIONS to suit Everybody's Notion,
H 1 H hi
JIIUUIO TO SUU L
...OF ALL SIZES AND STYLES,...
BOOTS, SHOES & HATS
FOR ME3ST, BOYS and CHILDREN",
PMARE, HARDWARE, PIOWS, GARDEN ID FARM WIS,
Groceries and Provisions,
. . . Country rroduce Bought and Sold. . . .
&:d3 Mai -maa
CALL AT THE OLD STAND
mar27-ly II. II. FAULKNER & CO.
Mr. S. F. Pennebaker has retired from tbe firm, and recommends Lb
successors under the same firm name.
TOB PRINTING dono at tbe Stadard Of-
I fice, on short notice.
Misses Bell Ellis and Mage MM.
We are prepared to do all kinds of work
in our line at short notice and moderate
prices. We shall be glad to have a liberal
patronage from the ladies ot this town and
Our shop is in the Picket honse, opposite
C. P. Church, east room up stair.
McMinnville, Tenn., Feb. 4, 18S0.
THE NASHYILLEf EEKLY BANNER.
Only &1.00Per Year.
Brim full of the latest and choioest read.
Ing matter. Clubs with the STANDARD at
75 cents per year. Leave aubseriptluu at
Standard office, or address
Banner 1'uUithing Oampnnii,
I hsve for sale cheap a new, latt Ira
proveil Wilson Sewin Machine. Also a
Bood Wei! Pump of any aiae or ouiy
deired. Will sell both lor aah cheap, or
half cash and balance In wood and country
produce. Call on me at the Stasdahii of-
K. P. Baker.