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8 SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINN VILLE, TEN N ESS I7, li. S ATU R D A Y , MAR 14, iA'9i.
Sued potatoes nt Sinurlt's.
More can goods at A. M. Jones'.
I Wick wheat Flour at A. M. Jones'.
Maple Syrup at A. M. Jones'.
Fresh lake fish at I). L. Brown's
-Try the (Jreat Gift Ciprar at
Mackerel and White Fish at A.
Nice White Selected Seed Corn
for sale by Morford & Biles.
A large stock of flower pots just
received at Ritchcy A Uostick's.
A large stock of new cigars ' will
he opened at D. L. Brown's today.
Imperial, Japan and Tea Dust at
A. M. Jones'.
New and choice brands of cigars
just received at Smartt's.
Peach and plum trees are bloom
ing. Not much garden in has been
An electric light has been placed
in the Christian Church.
Mrs. C. C. Brooks has returned
to her home at Tracy City.
A new set of steps have been
erected at the C. 1 Church.
Geo. Whitson was in Smithville
two or three days this week.
Beautiful snow about this time
of year gets rather wearisome.
Mrs. Lou Spurlock is visiting
friends in Nashville this week.
Mr. F. M. Smartt is attending
court at Smithville this week as a
Fashionable society stationery at
llitchey A: Bostick's, the latest and
most artistic designs.
Fresh stocks of the newest and
best varieties of fancy candies will be
found at Smartt's.
llitchey & Bostick have received
this week a large stock of elegant
new box stationery.
Mr. J. L. Mdiehee, who has
been South in the stock trade, return
ed home Thursday.
Miss Lina King and Miss Hum
sey, of Morrison, were visiting in
Lost A pair of steel frame, bi
focal spectacles. Finder will please
leave at this oflice.
Lost A lady's silk umbrella
with gold handle. Finder will please
return to this oflice.
A two-seated carriage for sale
cheap, or will exchange for a good
Jersey wagon. Apply at this oiiice.
Dr. Smith who has been on Cum-
land mountain for several months,
returned to McMinnvillo this week
Mrs. J. It. Biles returned home
last Saturday from a visit to friends
and relatives in Butherford county
All the rivers and creeks in this
county were higher last Sunday than
they had been at any time this win
No services were held at the
Methodist Church last Sunday night
owing to the failure of the electric
Mr. Wm. Biles returned home
last Monday from Selma, the stock
trading season being about over with
in tho South.
Mr. V. L. Mc'iehee, who is en
gaged in business at Birmingham, ar
rived Thursday on a visit to his par
Mrs. Geo. . Lloodenpyl went
to Nashville Thursday to visit her
daughter, Mrs. B. T. (Juarlcs, lor
couple ot weeks.
There were some interesting pub
lic exercises at the City School this
(Friday; morning, and a number of
visitors were present.
Dried beef, select hams, and
full stock of provisions and fresh gro
ceries of all kinds at Smartt's. Free
Mrs. L. D. Ilickerson, .Jr., of Till
lahoma, visited her parents here
couple of days this week, returning
On account of th high water last
Sunday night the water wheel could
not run, and consequently we had no
electric lights that night.
Mr. John II. Wood spent two or
ilmv days of the last w eek in Nash
villc. John has a peculiar wav of
:oing nff on trips unannounced.
The cold wave which reached
here this ( Friday) morning came un
announced. It seems to have stolen
a March on the signal service men.
Wo had a big white frost last j
Tuesday morning, followed by a 1
bright, clear day. Such days have i
boon rare f.tr the lat few weeks
-Mr. Ed. Doty, of Chattanooga,
was here on a visit to his mother sev
eral days this week.
For Sale A thoroughbred Black
Poland China Sow, with three pigs
Apply to John Beech.
Some choice country hams can
be found at the McMinnvillo Hard
ware Co's store this week.
-Mrs. II. P. Newton, after two
months spent with her mother here,
returned to Nashville last Saturday.
The shade trees in tho park were
given a liberal pruning anu tne
grounds were cleared of leaves, etc.,
-Mi.sses Lizzie and Josie ltahm
eft last Monday morning for Chatta
nooga, where they have positions in
Mr. Jas. M. Holman and wife, of
Jowling Green, Ivy., arrived last
Saturday, to spend a few weeks with
the parents of Mrs. II., Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. M. Boss.
The statement of The Peoples
National Bank in the Standard
ast week contained some typography
ical errors. We publish it again this
week in correct form.
Nashville American, March 12:
Gov. Buchanan's first pardon went
uto effect yesterday ,and John Drake,
sent up from Warren county for one
year for larceny, was released.
-Mr. John Henderson, of Nash
ville, has been here with his sister,
Mrs. W. II. Boss, for several days,
and will remain until her condition
indicates permanent recovery.
-Itev. T. B. McAmis has resigned
the pastorate of the Cumberland
'resbyterian Church atMurfreesboro,
and returned to his former home in
vast Tennessee. His health failing
necessitated the change.
Lost Two red steers, years
old, well grown, smooth crop off
right ear. Lost from drove on Charles
Creek, Feb. 23. Information leading
to their recovery will bo properly re
warded. John L. Comkk,
We understaud that Mr. B. II.
Mason has concluded to remove all
of the walls and foundations of the
burned buildings, and make them
new throughout. The new buildings
will also run back about nine feet
longer than the old ones.
Messrs. J. F. and J. J. Morford
will leave for the markets next Mon
day to purchase a large spring stock
for the house of Morford it Co. The
house has a large and well establish
ed trade, and they will buy a line of
goods which will please every custo
Mr. Miles Myers died at his
home in the south part of this county
last Wednesday, and was buried at
Mount Zion on Thursday, a large
concourse of people following his re
mains to the grave. He was one of
Warren county's best and most sub
stantial citizens, much respected and
beliked by all who knew him. His
death is a loss the county, and par
ticularly to the neighborhood in
which he lived.
Mr. F. T. Fisher has undertaken
the work of voluntary observer at this
point for the Signal Service Bureau.
The service requires a weekly weather
report, with effects of the various
phases of the weather on the differ
ent crops. If the county correspond
ents of the 'Standard will note
these points in their communications,
they will be of service to Mr. Fisher
in making up his weekly report.
Our neighboring town of Tulla
homa is now being inflated on the
boom plan. A land and mining
company has been formed, a lot of
land north of the town has been plat
ted off into town lots and put on the
market. The company is also getting
the rig and tools on the ground to
bore for oil. It is also said they will
have another newspaper soon. If all
the balance of Tullahoma was up to
the standard of its present newspaper,
the Guardian, in general excellence,
it would be one of the best towns in
The Lometa educational associa
tion of Lometa, Lampass county, has
received a charter to establish a $10,
000 college, which is to be built this
summer. It is to be known as Lea
college, and it is to be complete in
every department. Professor C. L.
Myers has been elected President.
and will open the institution some
time in September.
We find the above item in a late
issue of tho Ft. Worth (Texas) Daily
Gazette. Prof. Myers is a sou of Mr.
J. N. Myers of this county, and went
from here to the Lone Star State
about seven years ago. Reports have
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i his rapid progress, and success, which
were very grauiying 10 ms many
Nashville American: Mr. Hash
made a fine speech on his bill giving ;
inquisitorial powers to grand juries
over cases of disturbing public wor
ship, educational or agricultural '
meetings, and in securing its passage '
scored a triumph over the Judiciary 1
Committee, which had recommend
ed it for rejection.
Mr. C. T. Thurman returned
home Wednesday from Cincinnati
and other markets, where he spent a
week in selecting a large spring and
summer stock for the firm of Thur
man Bros. & Co. The new goods are
now being received and opened every
day, and they display the good taste
and judgement of the buyer. The
firm has gone more largely into the
finer grades of goods in all lines this
spring than ever before, and particu
larly in dress goods. Their house
will be full to the top next week.
The striking feature 0 f Demo
rest's Family Magazine for April is u
profusely illustrated article on "Phy
sical Culture," giving a course of ex
ercises which will help any one
man, woman or child to acquire a
graceful, supple form, without going
to a gymnasium, or to any expense
for aparatus. This number also
contains several other capital articles,
with nearly three hundred Illustra
tions. Demorest still retains its lead
as the best magazine in the country
for $2.00 per year. Published by W.
J. Demorest, New York.
Messrs. F. M. Smith, J. I). Jones,
A. B. Hammer and J. M. Burger,
members of the penitentiary commit
tee appointed by the mass meeting
held here on the 2d inst., visited
Nashville this week, and appeared
before tho Legislative committee on
removal of the penitentiary. They
presented the claims of Warren coun
ty clearly and forcibly to the commit
tee, and made quite a favorable im
pression. A bill was ire pa rod to be
introduced in both houses Thursday,
providing in direct terms for the re
moval of the penitentiary to War
ren county. What its fate will be no
one can tell yet, but we predict that
it will meet with more favor than
any other measure for removal which
has yet been btought before that
Sent On In.
Bust proof seed oats
sale by D. Osborn.
mxl hav for
One olthe best residences in city
for sale at a bargain. Also buggy
and harness, one-horse wagon etc.
Apply at once to Wm. Whitk.
1 have opened up business again in
the same old stand, and will pay the
market price for produce of all kinds.
Call and see me when you ' are in
town. J. W. Gray.
At the Churches Tomorrow.
Dr. A. D. Phillips will preach
usual at 1 1 a. 111. and 7 p. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. by Bev.
D.Murray. No night service.
Preaching at IUiUO a. in., and
p. 111. by Flder II. L. Walling.
Preaching at 11 a. in. by the
tor, Bev. J. T. Curry, and at night
by Bev. J. 1). Murray of the Presby
terian Church. Owing to the failure
of the electric lights the union ser
vice could not be held iu announced
last Sunday night. .
. 'Li.1'. . 'HJ2:te.it ".-V' tsJ i- : v
Mead A Ritchcy will buy poultry
every Monday and Tuesday at the
McMinnville Mead & llitchey.
Rock Island Cunningham A
Moore, J. H.Towles.
Rowland W. II. Simpson.
Smartts C. M. Finger.
Morrison J. R. Parker.
Sunimitville S. II. Roberts .V Co.,
J. M. Ross.
Increase W. S. Ross.
Good bars Biles iV Mau.y.
Will pay the following prices:
corns per pound lor liens, Ducks am
Turkeys, half price for Boosters.
Geese, luil feathered, 20 cents each.
After two lirst weeks, no Geese will
"Fruits and Fruit Trees"
is an ably written hoook and gives
trusty information for all who grow
fruit of any sort or kind. Stark Bros'
Nurseries, LouL-iana, Mo., will send
it free to all interested. OYWr Jiuhf
l-'urmcr. 111 b!, It.
Juot fominj In!
Is Coming Willi all its Beauties,
NEW FASHION PLATE
1 . Ii
I USE govts' 5 WD.
The Peoples National Bank of McMinnvillf
AUTHORIZED DEPOSITORY OF STATE FUNDS.
J. F. MORFORD, S. I,. COLVILLE,
I. C. I5ILKS, .1. C. M. ROSS.
W. ( WOMACK, .1. A. ROSS.
.!. F. MORFORD, "resident.
J. C. IiII.ES Viee 1'iesiilent.
FRANK COLVILLK, Cusliiei-.
C. M. MORFORD, Assistant Cashier.
Does a General Banking Business, Deposits Solicited
1A GOOD DEAL.I
Ilavin"; bought the entire stock ot' sroods beJomrinit' to the
Blue Spring Grange Co-operative Co.. at a bargain, for cash,
we are enabled to give our customers good bargains. Come
in and see for yourselves. Bring your spare change and pro
duce. :-: :-: :-: :-: :-: :-:
MEAD & DeBARD.
W. H. &Y2QORE, CVS. D.
DRUGGIST 2 APOTHECARY,
Keeps on hand a full stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
PAINTS, OILS, EXTRACTS, DY ESTUFFS,
AND DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
ft i mis in old Wiirrcn.
Sultsi rilic iur tht Staxpakd,
Cure- i:i lift
vii mimi'.i ; I'rcMon'
WHY ARE SOME PEOPLETALWAYS'LATE?
Tlicy never lock ahead nor think. rcop!e have been known to wait till planting season, run to the gro
cery for their seed, and then rp. nt over it fjr 12 months, rather than stop and think what they will want
for the garden. VICK'S SEEDS never disappoint, is the verdict from the millions whohnv planted
them. If it is Flower urVi-KeuiTic Mewls, l'l.mts, biiliu, or anything in this line, MAKE A'O MISTAKV
this year, but send 10 cents for Vick'9 Floral Guide, deduct the 10 cents from first order, it costs
nothing. This pioneer cat.;loque contains three colored plates. Grandest Novelties ever offered.
f -oo in 1.. -h prrmiams to i Ve sending cl ib orders. ioco cash prizes at one of the State Fairs. Grand
cSei, chance tor :dl. Made 1.1 iii:Tcrnt from ever brfore; too pares 8' x to' '. inches. -..
JAXI3 VICS. SLEDSMAJf. Rochester. N. Y.