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8 SOUTHERN STANDARD-MCMINN V1LLE, TENNESSEE SATURDAY, MAR 7 1S9..
Choice lemons and oranges at 1).
Hay for sale and a house to rent
ly D. Osborne.
Anderson McGregor is in Nash
ville this week.
Curtain Poles from 2." cts to 75 cts
at Faulkner & Son's.
New dry goods and big bargains
at J. M Cunningham's.
A new line of baby buggies just
received by W. S. Lively & Co.
Miss Cora Shong returned last
week from a visit to relatives at Mor
rison. For medium-priced white goods
call and see V P. Faulkner & Son's
Dr. Stainback and wife returned
home from Mississippi at noon today
Ladies you will find a new line
of notions of all kinds at Mrs. It. A.
A large new stock of ready made
clothing just opened at J. M. Cun
ningham's. Messrs. S. L. Colville and J. F.
Morford were in Nashville two or
three days this week.
For Sale A thoroughbred Black
Poland China Sow, with three pigs.
Apply to John Beech.
KM) doz eggs wanted next week.
A. M. Jones.
If you want the washed silk and
linen embroidery call at Mrs. R. A.
Pridges' next week.
Mrs. Win, Tatum, of Franklin,
Ky., a former student at C. F. Col
lege, is visiting friends here.
Mrs. Parmelia Jones returned
last week from a month's pleasant
visit to relatives at Gath.
Another barrel, better grade, O.
K. sugar, lo lbs for $1.
A. M. Junks.
Mrs. Chafer, of Florida, is visit
ing the family of her brother, Mr. 1).
Osborne, on Smithville Street,
State Senator A. II. Wood lee of
Grundy county, spent last Sunday
and Monday here with his family.
Will receive lemons, oranges,
banannas, California evaporated
peaches, etc, today. A. M. Joxi:.-
I have just received a new lot of
Spring hats, ribbons, etc. Call and
see them. Mi;s. R, A. BuuxiKs.
Lovers of good cigars and tobac
co are reminded that I). 0. Jenkins
carries some of the best brands in tjie
You are losing money if you
don't buy your shoes, at Cunning
ham's. See his bi: stock and low
-Mrs. C. C. Rrooks, of Tracy City,
arrived Wednesday to spend a week
visiting friends and relatives'at this
Found. A sum of money which
owner can get by describing same.
Apply to IJ. T. McCollum, Irving
We will have an experienced
clerk to help us today. Send in your
orders early, and they will receive
prompt attention. A. M. Junks.
The best quality of stick candy,
and the choicest varieties of fancy
candies, pure and fresh, can be found
at I). (). Jenkins'.
Mrs. J. W. Snodgrass and two
children came up from Nashville
Tuesday to spend a few weeks with
her father, Mr. W. G. Rrittain.
-Vrt,y,MANY thanks te my friends
lor their liberal patronage. Come
again and we will treat you the best
we can. A. M. Jonks.
Mrs. R. M. Atkinson, of Fulton,
Ky., arrived Monday on a visit to
her sister, Mrs. J. P. Rostick, and
will probably spend several weeks
Ir. M. II. Fitts came over from
Chattanooga Wednesday to attend
the monthly meeting of the board of
Pension Examiners, returning on
Byron Gross is now clerking for
A. M. Jones. Customers will find
htm always pleasant and affable. He
will take pride in the effort to please
it. u. jenKins lias just opened a
fresh tierce of Kingan's pure kettle
i i r I r
rendered leai iaru. Housekeepers
will find this equal in every respect
to the very best country lard.
If you want a good shot gun go
to the McMinnville Hardware Co,
i ney navo soin tne nnest gun ever
brought to this market. It sold fr
to. Prof. Mf valors was the pur
A. M. Jones has had a lino trade
on canned goods, particularly Polk's
Corn. He has sold 12 dozen cans in
three weeks, and now has out an
order for .20 dozen more.
Frank Maddux now has on ex
hibition, at his hardware and tin
Btore, a very handsome wrought iron
range, and invites housekeepers to
call and examine it; One of its prin
cipal features is its moderate price.
Miss Kirkpatrick, of Nashville,
arrived last week to take charge of
the elocution department at C. F.
College. Miss Maggie Reed, the
former teacher in that department,
returned to her home in Nashville
Mr. August Brossard, wife and
two children, of South Pittsburg, and
Mr. Albert Brossard of Tullahoma,
arrived Wednesday on a visit to the
family of their uncle, Mr. L. F. Jean
maire, with whom they will spend a
week or ten days.
Mr. C. T. Thurman left Tuesday
last for eastern markets to purchase a
large spring stock for the popular
lirm of Thurman Bros & Co. The
customers of that house may look out
for some good bargains when the
Mr. J. L. Garnett has become as
sociated with Mr. Win. White In the
new heading and stave factory at
Somerset, Ky. They both left for
that place this week. Their numer
ous friends here wish them abundant
success in the enterprise.
Sparta Expositor: Miss Mollie
Young visited Miss Elenora Lane at
McMinnville last week, returning
Monday Many peach trees were
in bloom last week and it was feared
that the cold weather had killed
them, but from an examination of
the blooms, we believe only a few
"The Youth's Companion" of
March 5th contains an important pa
per by lion. James G. Blaine, enti
tled, "How Reports of Debates in
Congress Grow." Such a paper re
lating to the National Legislation
and written by our eminent Secreta
ry of State, will be of universal inter
Statements of the two National
Banks of McMinnville will be found
in this issue. The statements of
the-e two banks, published from
time to time, speak more eloquently
of their conservative and skillful
management than anything else
which could be said of them. No
other two banks in the country fur
ni.n stronger securities to their pa
trons than those of McMinnville.
We take pleasure in directing the
attention of our readers to the adver
tisement of the McMinnville Con
trading and Building Co., to be found
in this issue. The Company is com
posed of four practical carpenters, all
skilled and competent workmen, and
they are prepared to do any kind of
building and carpenter's work, either
by the day or contract. Any of our
readers who have work to let in their
line will rind this Company prompt
and reliable in every particular.
At a recent meeting of the Boarc
of Mayor and Aldermen Dr. Thos
Black and Mr. J. E. Jones were add
ed to the committee on the new
building for the colored city school
These gentlemen were on the Board
when the trades were consummated
for all of our city school property ,and
can doubtless be of much assistance
in starting the work of erection of a
new building. We hope the com
mittee will take some early steps in
One ol tho best residences in city
or sale at a bargain. Also buggy
and harness, one-horse wagon etc.
Apply at once to Wm. Wiiitk.
lllble Society Meeting.
me oinccrs ana executive com
mittee of the Warren County Bible
Society are called to meet in the
Standard editorial room at 4 o'clock
Saturday afternoon, March 7th. Al
are urged to be preser.t, as there are
some important matters to come be
fore the meeting.
T. C. Lind, Pres't
Xow for Water Works.
Mr. Chas. F. Sturtevant, a hydraul-
c engineer representing an Eastern
syndicate, was here' last Monday and
Tuesday ,examining our streets, water
supply, etc., with a view to putting
in a water works plant. Mr. Sturte
vant came here at the instigation of
Messrs. Ingersoll & Peyton, of Knox
ville, attorneys for the syndicate
which he represents. Mr. Sturtevant
had a consultation with the Board of
Mayor and Aldermen on Monday
night last, and Is to submit to them
n a few days a proposition for a sys
tem of water works to cost $20,000.
We will have more to say of this
enterprise in the future.
At the Churches Tomorrow.
Dr. A. D. Phillips will preach as
usual at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. by Rev. J.
D. Murray. No night service.
Usual services at 10:30 a. m., and 7
p. m. by Elder O. M. Thhrman.
Dr. Stainback will fill his pulpit at
the usual hours morning and night.
Preaching at 11 a. m. by the pas
tor, Rev. J. T. Curry, and at 7 p. m.
by Rev. J. D. Murray, of the Presby
terian Church. The members of
both congregations are cordially in
vited to attend this union service.
The organization of the Viola Lit
erary Society, which will meet semi
monthly, will be quite beneficial to
our young people, to say nothing of
the pleasure that may be derived
therefrom. We heartily commend
the movement,and hope for it a large
membership and much success.
The Penitent iaru Mass Meeting.
The meeting called at the court
house on Monday last iu regard to
the advisability of making an effort
to have the penitentiary removed to
this county, was largely attended by
a representative aggregation of our
citizens, and organized by the elec
tion of Mr. F. M. Smith as Chair
man, and Mr. J. G. McGuire as Sec
Mr. Smith in a few well-chosen
remarks, stated the objects of the
gathering and called for an expres
sion from those present.
Senator Woodlee, of Grundy, was
unanimously called for, and in an
eloquent and interesting speech sta
ted that upon proper effort on -the
part of Warren county he believed
that it could be located here, and
himself favored such removal.
The meeting was also addressed at
some length by Messrs Sam Green,
A. R. Hammer, .Tno. Grizzle, and J.
C. Biles, and more briefly by Messrs
B. C. Wilkerson, A. M. St. John, W.
W. Fairbanks, O. F. Rruster, and
It was unanimously decided that
it is the sense of the citizens of War
ren county that the location of the
penitentiary here is highly desirable
and a committee of nine, to which
the Chairman and Secretary were on
motion added, was appointed to
present the advantages of a location
in this county to the proper legisla
The following named gentlemen
compose the committee : Messrs. J
C. Biles, W. T. Murray, B. C. Wil
kerson, J. E. Jones, J. M. Burger,
W. A. Johnson, A. R. Hammer, W
V. Whit.5on, D. F. Wallace, F. M
Smith and J. G. McGuire.
The committee is now in comma
nication with our Senator and Repre
sentative, and will go to Nashville
and present our claims before the
Legislative committee at the proper
HERE DID YOU GET THAT HA
Mead & Ritchey will buy poultry
every Monday and Tuesday at the
McMinnville Mead & Ritchey.
Rock Island Cunningham &
Moore, J. II.Towles.
Rowland W. II. Simpson.
Smartts C. M. Finger.
Morrison J. R. Parker.
Summitville S. II. Roberts A Co.,
J. M. Ross.
Increase W. S. Ros.
Goodbars Biles & Mauzy.
Will pay the following price.:
cents per pound for Hens, Ducks and
Turkeys, half price for "Koo-ters.
Geese, full feathered, 2 cents each.
After two lirst weeks, no Geese will
. Looks Like a Success.
Chicago, Feb. 28. The directors
of the Mount Carmel Air Ship Com
pany held a meeting at the Grand
Pacific today. Among the subjects
considered were the erection of
factory and the construction of sever
al large air ships. It was decided
raise $2,000,000, part of which would
bo expended in establishing a large
plant and the building of the new
ships. The full board of eleven di
rectors was in attendance. It is e'
peeled, trie directors say, that one
big ship will Ik? ready for a tria
flight within ninety days.
Cures in fifteen minutes ; Preston's
ftibjjerihe for the Standard. I.
THIS snow does not become, a
large stock of Spring and Summer
SOFT STRAW HATS
but we have got them in abun
dance, .and are ready to entertain
the young and old, the fastidious
and the proud in that line.
-CALL AND SEE THEM.-
A LARGE LINE OF
WE propose to carry a first class lino of (food Clothing this Spring, and
twi ii i. an io Keu us neiorc buying, suits lor boys as young as b
years at all prices from 82.00 to $10.00. Young men's suits
in all the fancy designs and styles. Black and Blue
Cheviots at 88 to 815. Fine imported cloths made
up into the most stylish garments that the U. S. A.
can produce at from 812.50 to 824.00. We have a line of
square cut sacks, cutaway sacks, cutaway frocks, Prince Alberts,
shins and stouts in great varieties. We have for the first time
laced orders for several hundred extra pants, ranging in price from
Toe to 8S.O0. We will have pants enough for you all, so don't get
alarmed. They will be here in ten days.
AN OLD BEPARTMFvNT HRYIYBD.
WE will receive this week the first advancement of a
larceQT R F-ErHTokpER
nun headquarters. Hemps at 18c to 2Pc, extra unions from 155c to 45c,
half wool extra supers, two ply, at 00c ; a good Brussels at (Joe.
This large and assorted line must be seen to be appreciated. Call on us
at once and let us show you the above lines, together with a line of
MKTTINGS, ETC-, ETC,
1 1 Si l- I'.IIli I .V I 1-9 F A II ...
The Peoples National Bank of McMinnville
AUTHORIZED DEPOSITORY OF STATE FUNDS.
J. F. MORFORD, S. L. COLVILLE,
J. C. BILKS. J. CM. ROSS.
J. F. MORFORD President.
J. C BILKS Vice President.
FRANK COLVILLE, Cashier.
C. M. MORFORD Assistant Cashier.
Docs a General Banking liusiness. Deposits Solicited
IA GOOD DEAl
Having bought the entire stock of goods belonging to the
Blue Spring (j! range Co-operative Co., at a bargain, for cash,.
Ave are enabled to give our customers good bargains. Come
in and see for yourselves. Bring your spare change and pro
EAD & DeBARD,
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
Keeps on luind a full stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
PAINTS, OILS, EXTRACTS, DY ESTUFFS,
AND DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
mmmsim ejarssass" sf:zrm
WHY ARE SOME PEOPLE 'ALWAYS LATE?.
!icy never look ahead nor think. People have been known to wait till planting season, run to the gnv
. .h;r c..le on.! then tvnrnt m-rr it i.ir t month, rather than stoo and think what thev will want
for "the enrden. VICK'S SEEDS never disappoint, ij the verdict from the millions who hvr planted
them. If it is Flower or Veucul.k herd, IMrnts. Ui.li, or anythingin this line, SlAKE AO MlhTAhh
ttrnvir but ndr- cents lor VICE'S I liTr.l (Snide, cleiuct tne 10 cents imm rrsi oroer, n
nothing. This t.'.n.tcer cn-iV-ne contains ti.ree colored plates, Grandest A'ovetl'eS ever 0"erell
ko in cash premium to fo-': f-idin c'-iS orders, f fro cash 1 prizes at one of the Mate Fairs. OrjfJ
fid. tance f' - 'd. M. ' 1 .'..;.. 5 from ever befomj too ie 8 x tc'J iiu-he.
V1CS. SEEDShUn. Rochester. N. Y.