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A NEWSPAPER OF TO-DAY ; PUKE IN TONE AND EXPRESSION; PROGRESSIVE IN ALL THINGS.
MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1890.
Dow berries are ripe; . '
Raspberries are in the market.
Fruit Jars at Faulkner A Son's.
There are no cherries this year.
The peach crop will be very short.
For fine cigars and tobaccos go to
Smartt A (Vs.
Collier Arledge have a lot of
extra fine honey, . : 1 ' f
Sam Brittain was at home a day
or two this week.
Have you any suggestions to offer
on the park fence. t ,
"White Lime in any quanities for
sale by 11. H. Mason.
Frank - Spurlock is over from
Chattanooga this week. .
Mr. I). F. Wallace returned from
South Pittsburg Tuesday.
Prof. J. G. Wisrirington. the
phrenologist, was here Tuesday.
The mercury has been sporting
up among the nineties this week.
Wanted. A white girl to do
light house work. J. II. Shkkkilu
From present indications we will
have about half a crop of apples.
The Baptist Sunday School went
picuicing to Faulkner's factory Thurs
. Miss Virdie Wheeler of Yervilla,
made a flying visit to Daylight Tues
The clatter of many mowing ma
chines can be heard in the fields this
Mrs. Wooten, of Viola, visited
Mr. Britain's family a few days this
Dr. A. II. Lonkwright is ming-
ling among his old friends here this
Smartt A Co have a full line of
hammocks and fishing tackle of al
Miss Carrie. Garner, of Viola,
aria Lou Stainback
Mr. I. Cummings was appointee
postmaster at Rowland, in this coun
ty, last week.
Miss Janie Whitson visitet
friends at Fayetteville a couple c
days this week.
Miss Davidson of Bedford county
is here on a visit to the family of Mr
W. G. Brittain.
Mr. Win. Sanford of Illinois,
here on a Visit tohis brother-inl-aw
Mr. N. Shong.
Col. Ed. J. Wood, our.cleve
postmaster, made a trip to Woodbury
and return Tuesday.
Miss Evie Morford visited Mi
Luia Smartt. at bmartt station, sev
eral days this week.
Capt. W.A. Rutherford got i
from Kentucky Wednesday, and wi
spend two or three weeks here.
Mrs. Flora Harvey, of Lawrence
burg, arrived Wednesday on a visit
to her mother, Mrs. M. J. White.
Misses Jessie 'McClarty and Ida
"Womack spent two or three days j
of last week with friends in the coun
try. -Miss Nellie Wright, of Chatta
nooga, is here to spend several weeks,
and is the guest of the Misses Ken
Misses Mary Brown and Lizzie
Smith have been spending a few days
with friends out at Shellsford this
A reporter of the Nashville
Herald was here one day this week
and held a long interview with Col.
Mr. Herman Faulkner returned
home from Terrill College, Decherd,
Tenn., where he has been attending
school for the last five montha.
' -Mr. J. W.Norwood, of Whitwc'll,
Tenn., formerly a merchant of Spar
ta, has been shaking hands with his
old friends here for a few days.
Fresh paint and new wall paper
have made (mite a pleasing transfor
mation in the appearance of D. L.
Brown's store room.
Mr. John Joss has connected
himself with the firm of Smartt & Co.,
where he will begald to meet and
serve all of his old friends.
-Prof. Terrill, of Terrill College,
will be here to assist Mr. Mitchell in
the Teachers' Institute to be held
from June 30th to July fth.
-Leave your orders for groceries at
Smartt'. They carry a big stock of
the latest itnd freshest goods, and dc-
iver any whero'in town free.
If you would refresh yourself
these hot days call at Smartt & Co's
ice cream parlor. They also make
the best soda water and lemonade.
Mr. Chas. Colville, wife and son, i
who Jiave been In Murfrecsboro , for
some time attending the bedside'and
funeral of Mrs. C's sister Miss Julia
jytlo, returned home today (Friday.)
Messrs. Jas. Morford and John
ilack, who have been attending the
University of Tennessee at Knox
ville, returned homo Thursday morn-
Mr. J. H. Cummins, formerly of
this place, but now residiug in Jack
son, county, visited relatives and
friends here three or four days of the
ast week. .
Dr. Beu M. Stainback and wife,
of Memphis, arrived Tuesday, and
will spend several weeks here with
the family of his father, Dr. G. T.
Rev. J. T. Curry returned home
Wednesday from Nashville, where he
had been for a week in attendance
upon the Commencement exercises of
'-Mr. Ewing Waterson, with his
wife, sister and brother, went to
Shelbyville last Saturday, and re
turned Tuesday. The trip was made
in a carriage.
Miss Martha Titus and Master
Howard Edmunson, of Memphis, ar
rived Thursday, and will spend the
summer 'here. They are boarding
with Mrs. McClarty.
Mr. Thos. Walling, who is en
gaged with Capt. Rutherford in the
lumber business in Eastern Ken
tucky, came home last Tuesday to
spend a week or two with his family.
Mr. Geo. E. Cartwright, mana
ger of the Tenne&see "Woolen Mills,
who has been confined at his home in
Wilson county with sickness for a
couple c.f weeks, returned to the
mills this week.
If you have an old hair mattress
that is worn into holes and generally
dilapidated, take it to W. S. Lively
& Co., and have them work it over
for you. They will make it as good
as new at small cost.
Ave are requested to remind the
ladies of the fact that Collier
Arledge still have ou hand a fine
stock of white goods, notions, and
general dry goods, which they are
selling al very low prices.
Mr. J. C. Biles left last Saturday
lor iMontgomery county, to visit one
of his sisters for a few days, and from
inence 10 rerryvme, J.y., to see
some of his war time friends and look
over the old battle field again.
Miss Flora Wilson, of Texas, who
has been attending St. Cecilia Acad
emy, Nashville,' for the last ten
months, is here to spend the summer
with the family of her grand father,
Mr. R. II. Mason, at the Warren
Mr. R. B. Higgins left on the
afternoon train Wednesday for Viola,
Wis., where he will spend several
months with his children. The
Standard wishes him a pleasant
visit and complete restoration to
Mr. Willie Warren, of Tracy
City, and Mr. A. C. Wallace, of
Waco, Texas, visited relatives here
this week. "Mr. Wallace was former
ly a citizen of this county and his
old friends were glad to see him.
The grand fourth of July pic nic
and celebration of the various frater
nal societies will be held at Liberty
church. The joint committee has
agreed upon this place, and will fur
nisli us a fuller program of the occa
sion for next week.
Miss Julia Lytic, after a lingering
illness of several weeks, died at her
home in Murfreesboro at 2 o'clock
last Sunday afternoon. It is hard for
her many friends here who knew and
loved her so well, to realize that she
is no more, and they deeply sympa
thize with her sorrowing sisters in
their 3 d loss.
Subscriptions to the Standard
will be received by Mr. John J.
Argo, at his store near Morrison,
Tenn. Any arrangement made with
him for payment of subscriptions in
produce, or otherwise, will be satis
factory to us.
The residence of Mr. Dave Logue,
near the Annis Cotton Mills, wits de
stroyed by fire between two and
three o'clock Wednesday1 morning.
Mr. Logue succeeded in saving a por
tion of his household effects, but had
his fingers painfully burned in doing
so. There was' $100 insurance on the
building. The origin of the fire is
A party of about thirty belles and
beaux from town were given a most
delightful entertainment at the hos
pitable home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Mead, Shellsford, Thursday night.
They came home . by the waning
light of morning, not so fresh and
buoyant as they went, but with glori
ous accounts of the joyous evening
they had spent.
The Board of Equalization for
Warren county was in session all last
week.adjourning Saturday. Another
session will be held next Monday.
Any one not satisfied with their tax
assessment should appear before
them on that day. Messrs. II. B.
Higginbotham, Jas. Webb, T. R
Gribble and A. C. Myers compose the
State Senator Sanford, of Hunt
ingdon, Tenn., a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for Supreme
Court Judge, arrived on the early
train this (Friday) . morning, spent a
few hours in shaking hands and get
ting acquainted with our people, and
left at noon for Sparta. We found
him quite a pleasant gentleman, and
he made a good impression with ev
ery one who formed his acquaintance
The program of the Teachers'
Institute to be held in the City
School buildling June 30th to July
oth, will be found elsewhere in this
paper. Mr. Mitchell has succeeded
in securing some very able and suc
cessful teachers to assist in the work
of this institute, and every teacher in
the county should attend the exer
cises. It is particularly important
for all desiring positions in the public
schools of the county to attend; a
written examinations of such teach
ers will be conducted on the last day,
and if they desire to make themselves
proficient in their work they should
lose no such opportunity as this to
gather new ideas and methods from
experienced and successful teachers.
Carthage Record, June 19th:
G. W. Lewis, with his stave factory
outfit, arrived here by the boat Sun
day night, and the machinery is now
being put in place on the vacant lot
of W. D. Gold, between the middle
and upper ferries, which has been
bought for that purpose. Marccllus
Chambers of Riddleton, has taken an
interest in the institution and the
firm will be known as Lewis &
Chambers. They have ordered a
new sawmill outfit from Louisville,
which will arrive in a few days. The
planing mill machinery will be
bought in a short time so as to be on
hand as soon, as needed. A suitable
house and factory room has to be
built, and it will be several weeks
before it will be ready for business.
Yvhen in full operation it will re
quire from twenty to thirty hands
and will run day and night. Mr.
Lewis brought four other families
with him. We are specially glad to
know that the owners are straight
forward, honorable gentlemen, who
will push their business to success
After this date the dental office of
Dr. G. It. Crain will be closed in the
afternoons. For the balance of the
Bummer his office hours will be from
H a. m., to 12 noon.
The Masonic Lodge at Short Moun
tain will have a grand rally and pic
nic next Tuesday, to which themeui
bers of McMinnville and other neigh'
boring lodges have been invited. Dr.
G. T. Stainback will deliver an
address on the occasion.
Subscribe for the Standard $.1,00
East Main Street, - McMINNVILEE, TENN.
For Sale Cheap.
100 40 and 20 gallon barrels, one
mare, wagon and harness. Will be
sold at a bargain.
W'hite A McGcibk,
June 10, 1800. Barrel Factory.
Houchin A Biles having closed out
all of their livery interests, desire to
collect up all outstanding accounts as
soon as possible, and request every
one indebted to them to come for
ward and makcsettlement at once.
J. W. Gray, Main Street, will have
raspberries every day during the sea
son, lie win nanaie the entire crops
of It. II. Titts worth and M. M.
Phelps. Leave your orders.
One hundred and ninety-two voters
in this district registered last Friday
and Saturday.' Maj. Mercer and Mr.
Johnson, the Registrars, will be at
the Courthouse from 8 o'clock a. m.,
till 0 p. in., on Friday and Saturday
of this week, also the two following
Fridays and Saturdays, to register
voters. No citizen of the 1st civil
district of Warren county who fails
to securea registration certificate will
be allowed to vote at the August elec
tion. It is the duty of every voter to
register. Don't wait until the last
day, for you may forget it then, and
be deprived of the privilege of voting.
There is to be another Demorest
medal contest at New Oak school
house tonight, June 21st. Following
is a list of the contestants and their
Mr. W. C Smartt-'Tatriotic Prohibition-"
Miss Ada' Richards "A Voice
from the Poor House."
Mr. T. M. Smoott "Prohibition
the Hope of our Country."
Miss Sadie Richards "The Good
Time is Coming."
Mr. J. II. Reeder "Reason for a
Miss Jessie Smartt "The Sparrow
Must Go-Whit About the Liquor."
Mr. Richard Perry "The Delu
sion of the License for Rum Selling."
Miss Mattie Richards "A Black
Eye for IiHger Beer, and a Bier for
Mr. J. M. Summers "A Moral
Issue that will Destroy the Liquor
KITCHEN, . -
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" CHAIRS '
Horse and Money Stolen.
Mr. Albert Montandan, living
ten miles east of town, had a three
year old bay horse stolen from his
stable on Tuesday night. He offers
$20 reward for the return of the horse
and $20 for carture of thief.
On the same nighl $50.00 in cash
vas stolen from a small table drawer
in Mr. II. J. Cardwell's residence on
Cardwell mountain. It is supposed
that the name thief got both the
money and the horse, and suspicion
rests upon a laborer whom Mr.
Cardwell had discharged a day or
Mr. Montandon's horse returned
home loose the following night.
At the Churches Tomorrow.
I'll ES B Y T E H I A N .
Usual services at 11 a. m., by
pastor, Rev. F. L. Leepcr. No
vice in the afternoon or night.
Preaching at 10: .'30 a. m., by the
pastor, Dr. G. T. Stainback. No
Usual service in the morning by
the pastor, Dr. A. D. Phillips. Bible
Society meeting at night.
The annual meeting of the Warren
County Bible Society will be held in
the Baptist Church at 8 o'clock Sun
day night. Friends of the cause
from the county are earnestly request
ed to attenu the meeting. Dr. Geo.
S. Savage, District Superintendent,
Vvill be present and deliver an ad
dress, and desires to arrange for a'
canvass of the county in the interest
of the Bible cause.
Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m.,
by the pastor, Rev. J. T. Curry. All
the members of the church are re
quested to be present at the Sunday
morning service especially. A pro
tracted meeting will begin at the
Methodist church next Sunday week.
The pastor will be assisted by Jiro.
Lee Harris (the Texas cowboy) who
ha9 been so successful in Nashville
during the Spring in revival work.
He closed a meeting at McFerrin
Memorial church last Sunday night
with more than one hundred conver
sions. By an explosion in a mine at Duu
bar, Pa., last Monday, thirty-four
men were entombed and burned or
suffocated to death.
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