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VOL. XI. MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, FEE- 8, 1890'. NO. 12
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This powder never varies.' . A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesoinepess. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold in competition with the mul
titude of low test, short weight allura or.
phosphate powders. Sold only in ca ns
Royal Baking Powder Co., 100 Wall St.,
N.Y. . ' " ' '." "
W. J. JOLLY, M. D.,
HIYSICIAN and SPECIALIST.
Office at Residence, on West Main Street
J. M. BURGER,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Office in Potts Block, front room over
Peoplei National Bank.
DR. M. ANDERSON
offer his professional services to the people
ofMcMinnville and vicinity.
Office in Potts Block, over Peoples Nation
al Bank, room formerly occupid by Drs.
Black fc Ramsey.
Office over the
store of A. II.
'Gross, in Potts
McMINNVILLE, TEN Is" .
IS THE PLACE, AND
is the time for openinj,' our Spring Session.
Thorough instruction in all branches com
nionlp taught in Colleges. .
COMMON SENSE METHODS.
Tuition, One to Three Dollars per Month.
Roard in private families at usual rates.
Dormitories and cooking rooms for club
EUGENE B. ETTER, Principal.
J. H. WARREN,
WATCHES, CLOCKS t JEWELRY.
Ai WORK WARRANTED.
Shop and Residence on Main Street, oppo
site Methodist Church.
McMINNVILLE, - TENN.
AND LOAN AGENT
And Rotary Public. -
LAND FOR SALE !
On Saturday, Feb. 15th, we will sell to
the highest bidder at the court-house door
in McMinnville, one tract, of land contain
ing 115 acres, more or less, lying in the
McGee Cove and belonging to the Cardwell
heirs. TERMS OF SALE: $100 cash, the
balance one and two years without interest;
note and good security and lean retained on
land for purchase money.
JAS. CARDWELL & OTHERS.
Febl-3t. 1 .
Hickory Greek Farm
A" FARM of 135 acres. 'situated IJi' miles
from .Yervilla, adjolntug Wiuton and
Ramsey, 35 acres-of . bottom land on west
side of Illokory Creek pood house, barn
and spring; best of land; UO0 bearing apple
trees,. best M fruit, grapes, ctw Will ht sold
cheap. Fr fnrther information call on
I, II. CALLIIIAN, Yervilla. Tenn. br ad
tires G. W. NELSON.
Bo J 131. Sew Lisboa, Ohio,
i ,"i-Fresh tandles at Smartt's. 7
What did tbe"g6osebonesay?.J
Try Smartt A Go's new cigars.
Now candies at "I), ,L. Brown's
today.;.vvv.; ; .
; The best and , freshest' candies at
Smartt's.:,1,,' ; '.. i.xL '' :
? Fresh garden seeds ai -
; .s. . ..' -U -w-. Ritchey & Bostick.
; The latest arrival of fresh candies
at Smartt's. ... " '
Herdsgrasss and Clover seed at
Morford & Biles'
New tield seds at
vltitchey & Bostick's.
New calicoes just received at
C. & B. F. Womack 's.
Yes, this is wet weather, "but it
is always wet when it rains.
You can get fresh fish again to
day at the Warren House Corner.
' February seems to be stealing a
March on its successor this morning.
Several new varieties of chewing
gum just received by D. L. Brown.
W. C. & B. F. Womack have re
ceived a new stock of prints this
week, ' ' . . , '
Ritchey Bostlck have a large
stock of field and garden seeds of all
Mr. P. J. Stoner is just complet
ing a neat cottage residence on Sparta
Mr. J. C. Ramsey returned home
Thursday from a business trip to
A fresh stock of the best varieties
of chewing gum just received by
Smartt & Co.
You will miss a treat if you' fail
to see that new stock of candies at
A full stock of Landreth's fresh
garden seeds for 1800 just received at
Ritchey & Bostick's.
1). L. Brown will receive and
open today a fresh stock of the choic
est candies and confections.
Miss Mary Ritchey returned
home Thursday from a three-weeks'
visit to friends in Nashville.
Mrs. Rodgers, of the C. F. Col
lege faculty, left Thursday for a brief
visit to Bowling Green, Ky
Clover, timothy, orchard grass,
herds grass, etc., at wholesale and
retail at Ritchey & Bostick's.
Spring Street, and particularly
the Rebel Hill end of it, needs atten
tention from the Street Committee.
Country merchants can buy their
field and garden seeds to the best ad
vantage from Ritchey & Bostlck
Will Elkins went as far as Chat
tanooga last Monday with a load of
mules, returning the following day.
-Mrs. W.J. Jolly and her, little
daughter left Wednesday for florida,
and will be absent about two . weeks.
Miss Fannie Bruster -went to
Nashville last Monday,1 JSyhf ftf "uhe
will visit friends for twoVor three
r um'.'i '
Mr. J. R. Huddleston,f Dunlap,
Tenn.," was here this week, and pur
chased three fine mules from Worn
ack Bros. "" :M.i'.i' ..',
Hon. H. C. Snodgrass,'of Sparta,
came down tbV Friday) morning,
and will probably remain here until
Monday.'; ; : j 1 ' ' f'"v-
. The bright warm weather during
the first' three days of ' this week
brought a number of peach trees'' out
For fine Oranges, Lemons, Co-
coanuts, etc., call on D. t. Jenkins.
He" will receive a ldrgrffresh stock the
first of next veek
f A largd fctock of popular brands
of cigars and tobacco just received by
Smartt & Co. Give them a call when
you want a delicious smoke.
Send your orders for job print
in? to the Standaiuj office. We
have a full stock of stationery, and
do the best work at city prices.
Mr. W. P. Painter, of Memphis,
wa here Wednesday and Thursday
visiting his daughter, Miss Mabel,
who is attending school at C. F. College.
Mr. T. J. Scott, 'of 'Manchester,
has been here this ' week pencilling
the front of the ' Opera House,' and
putting on some other finishing
touches." ' ' "' - ' ,.
Mr. Geo. S, Stroud commenced
work on his new residence (oij Chan-1'
eery street last Monday, , .and' , will
push it to completion as .speedily'.' as
possible, , i i '
., Doty & Fitts have rccciyed.Hi car
load of the National Fertilizer, from
Nashville. They will keep a good
supply on. hand of. al, the different
kinds used, , .,,,, ; ......
Ilouchin & -Biles; shipped n car
load of mules to iSelma. Ala., last
Monday, and it was probably the Jast
load they will ship South this season,
as the trade there is about over..
The merchant who drops out1 his
advertisement during tho 'dull sea-
ions does not understand the art of
advertising. ii It pays to keen' ever
lastingly at it. -" . - 1
Smartt & Co., keep their grocery
department amply supplied at ' all
times with the best and freshest fam
ily groceries and provisions. Free
delivery. Leave your orders.
Messrs. F. II. Wakeman and J.
u. lKKiges, ot sparta, who compose
the firm of Wakeman & Hodge, dis
tillers, were here to day (Friday) on
a trial before Commissioner Faulk
-Last Sunday was ground hog day,
and there was plenty of sunshine to
make a shadow for that weather
wise animal, consequently according
to ground hog tradition, we are to
have six weeks of winter weather
Wanted; A young man to hire
and control a force of agents. No
canvassing. Salary $75.00 per month.
Must furnish good references and
$75.00 cash capital. . Address
J. W. Fostkr,
Room 11, Sedgwick building,
, Knoxville, Tenn
Mr. J. A. Northcut has purehas
ed from Mr. M. B. Owen, a lot front
ing about eighty feet on Chancery
street, and has commenced the
erection of a two-story residence
Mr. Owen will move his house some
thirty or forty feet south and add
another fetory thereto. .
-Our streets were thronged with
county people last Monday. The tax
collector's office was kept in a rush
an day, ana the mule trade was
quite lively on the streets. New can
didates were also trying their wings
and altogether it was what might be
termed a big day in town.
-In our announcement column
will be found the name of II. P. Max
well as a candidate for Trustee and
Tax Collector. Mr. Maxwell is well
known to the people of Warren coun
ty. Last spring he suffered the mis
fortune of having his house with its
contents burned. He is well quali
fied to discharge the duties of the po
sition he seeks, and, if elected, will
make for the people a safe, good, and
Mr. Wm. Eastwood, of the firm
of Eastwood Bros & Carson, left Tues
day last for Cincinnati, where he will
spend a month among the large iron
working establishments in picking
up new; ideas about- stov making,
finishing t up, mantles, , grates, etc.
Mrs. Eastwood accompanied, him as
far as Nashville, where she will re
main with relatives , until her , hus
band's return,' , , .
Warren, county, has gained an
enterprising and progressive citizen
In jthe , person of Mr. Sylvester
Brower, lately of Florida, who . has
settled , with us permanently, and
purchased the Peay Mills, at llanlan.
Mr. Browerjwill refit the mill with
new and improved machinery at
ouce. Mr. Thos. Fults is retained as
miller. See advertisement in anoth
Mr. Alex. Mangle removed from
this place to Knosvllle last week
with his family. Mr. Mangle has
been associated with his father-in
law, Mr. Geo. Steedley, in the man
ufacture of barrels at this place for a
year or more, but we , understand
will now engage in the mercantile
business at Knoxville. The friends
of Mr. M. and wife in McMinnville
wish them much success and happi
ness in their new home.
Kraut nd pickles at Wept'w.
i West & Co. have some select ba
con hams. ! Try one.' . ' i '
Mr. CJeo. V. Lewis' is expected
ere today.'tind will remain frtr "sev-
'.(let the pest!. ' Buy''your herds-
grass from Morford ft" Bis. ( Fresh
stock just received. " 11 ' 'J "
The most important item - of
town news to-dayjs the. opening, of a
big stock, of fresh ca ndies just receiv-
i Weiave-printed up a nice rdi:r
of commercial stationery . this week
or Mr.i Oliver Towjes, the ienterpris-
ng .and. -progressive merchant- at
Evanston. . . Hi i,u.-, u-iv' -'
A sample copy of Printers Ink,
the advertisers' trade journal, will be
mailed free upon application to Geo.
VRowell A Co., 10 Spruce Street,
NewYork. H ! i ' .-'." .
iil-ujt iniiin ten line iiiuiniiiy
night and Friday morning, ; and the
rivers are probably pftsf fording by
this time. .It is too wet to do farm
work, arid as there are no bridges in
the couflty,' farmtni cannot get to
to town to attend to any other busi
Capt. Wm. G. Etter, of Irving
College, makes his bow to the voters
of Warren county through our an
nouncement column this week, and
asks at their hands the office of Trus
tee and Tax Collector. He Is well
known to a majority of the voters of
the county1,1 and needs no recommen
dation from us.
Mr, A. IL Hammer, a popular
citizen of the 10th civil district, ex
presses his willingness through our
announcement column this week to
serve the people of Warren county in
the capacity of County Court Clerk.
Mr. Hammer will mingle freely with
the voters of the county during the
next few months and
urge his claims. "
. Mr. I W. Smith is announced
this week as a candidate for Circuit
Court Clork. Mr. Smith was ap
pointed by Judge Smallman about a
year ago to fill out the unexpired
term of Mr. A. J. Curl, dee'd, and
has proven himself a most compe
tent and worthy official. The people
of the county could not find a better
man for that office.
The name of Capt. (). F. Bruster
will be found in our announcement
column this week as a candidate for
Trustee and Tax Collector. Capt.
Bruster is too well known to the peo
ple of this county to require any com
mendation at our nanus, lie is in
every way capable for the duties of
the office, and will give the fullest
satisfaction if elected.
Seitz & Faulkner have a new ad
vertisement in this issue. They car
ry a great variety of goods, and sell
on the closest margins. The Oliver
Chilled Plow, one of their leading
specialties, is n popular favorite with
the farmers, i They handle the genu
me repairs for , this plow. Call on
them when in need of anything in
the way of hardware, groceries, farm
implements, dry goods, notions, etc
A late Kansas : City ' paper' con
tains this item "G. H. Gato of Ha
vana, proprietor of one of America's
largest cigar manufactories is looking
after his interests in this city. Eu
gene Christian, a salesman of no lit
tle abitity and who has had 'charge
of the celebrated Gato cigars In this
city for some time past has f been ap
pointed general wholesale agent' and
will look after Mr. Gato's interests in
Chicago, St. Louis, Milwaukee, Kan
sas City and other western cities."
Printers' Ink, a weekly journal
published In New York, serves as an
exponent ot the principles of the art
of advertising, and offers practical
suggestions to newspaper advertisers.
It also indicates to the inexperienced
advertiser how, when and where to
advertise, how to write an advertise
ment, and how to display one. It
contains in each issue interesting
matter original and selected of in
terest to advertisers, and discusses
advertising topics in an intelligent
and instructive manner. Its sub
scription price is $2 a year.
A mammoth publishing hou-e is
soon to be established by the Baptist
denomination in L;uisvil!o.
Th Latent Sty lot.
A new stock of the latest styles
Men's and Boy's Hats just opened at
W. C. & B. F. Womack's this week.
St. Valentine' liay.'
The children of the Cumberland
Presbyterian Sunday School , will
have a candy pulling and valentine
drawing in the lecture rooin of the
church on Friday, night, Feb. 'nth.
Mead & Ritchey will begin to buy
poultry Fekl9th,'and continue to buy
every Wednesday. Will pa'y5c THi
lor hens, ducks and turkeys and half
price for roosters. ,Y ill payv20c. per
head for full feat Tiered fat geese Feb.
19th. No geese wanted after the,19th.
lie 1lro' Sltght You.
If any parties indebted to Womack
& Colville have not been called on by
an officer, please don't feel .that you
nave oeen slighted, lor 1 will assure
you that it is no oversight, and that
he will certainly be there, soon.'
D. L. Brown has Just received his
first shipment of New York State
Seed Irish Potatoes of the four lead
ing varieties: Early Rose, Peerless,
Beauty of Hebron and Burbank.
'. ' Wait for tho Wagon. "
The shosv cases and shelves of I). O.
Jenkins' cash store will be replenish
ed early next week with a big stock
of fresh candies ' of all kinds. He
always keeps the best goods and
choicest varieties In this line.
, Lost at Sea.
Next Sunday, Feb. 9, The Ameri
can will print the opening chapters
of a thrilling story, by .Frank R.
Stockton, entitled "Derelict; a Tale
ol the Wayward Sea," to run through
four Sundays. It will also be pub
lished in The Weekly American be
ginning Feb. 11. ,
The Xcxt 1. O. O. F. Lecture.
The next in the series of free lec
tures under the auspices of the Mc
Minnville Lodge, Independent Order
of Odd Fellows, will be delivered by
Dr. A. D. Phillips at the Methodist
Church on Friday night, Feb. 14th.
His subject will b "The Origin of
the Races." This is a lecture to
which Dr. Phillips has given much
time and thought, and it is replete
with interest and instruction. Law
yers, doctors and professional men
generally are specially invited, while
everybody will be welcomed.
Next week Thurman will sell bar
gains in dress goods, remnants, ham-
burgs, laces, dress trimmings and
second hand sewing machines. We
have about , 25 remnants of . dress
goods to close out. We are offering a
big stock of laces at 5c worth from 5c
to 20c. We have 50 second hand ma
chines which, will be offered at $10.00;
Sold in good running order and .nice
ly oiled and Japaned. Call : and ex
amine these goods for yourself.. '
; :, At the Churcltta Tomorrow. ,
,! . I T. i;i r! I' i, ' - i :
. -C. H. ClIf-KCH.j, ;,.)
Preaching by the pastor, Dr. GLiT.
Stainback, morning and night.. Sub
ject of morning sermon, "Importance
of Public Worship," text Heb. 10, 25.
Subject of night sermon, ."Christ the
Supreme Object of Desire,'.' text Phil.
METHODIST CHI Wit.' ' '
Preaching by the pastor, Rev. J. T.
Curry, both morning and night. Sub
ject of morning sermon, "God's Uses
of Affliction." Subject of night ser
mon, "Wfasted Power." During the
past three months there have been
twenty five accessions to this churrh;
seven on profession of faith, and
eighteen by letter.
Usual services at the Presbpterian
church morning and afternoon, anil
at the Baptist church morning and
night,'aud Christian church in the