Newspaper Page Text
I -. (
SOUTHERN STANDARD MCM INN VI LLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, DEC 12,1891.
A cream of tartar baking
powder. Highest of all in
leavening strength. Latest
U. iS. Government Food lie
W. .1. .IOI.1.Y, A I.I1KRT SK1TZ.
JOLLY & SEITZ,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Office Upstairs in Mason's Now Block.
McMinnvillf , - Tennessee.
A B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office hours nt residence on West Main
;trect 7 m 8 a. in., 12 to I and (J to 7 . in
Ofliee over the
l itfVwS f L- R JCnn"
ILVVliON & BAKER,
Surveyors and Civil Engineers.
OUice Potts Block,
I have u complete stock of bran new
t or women, um'ses and children; Boots and
!io?s for men and boys; Rubbers anil Arties
for nil; a fresh stock ol
WOODEN WARE, QUEENS WARE,
GLASS mid TIN WARE, LAMPS,
LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS,
ROPE, RAZORS, AXES,
SHOVELS, TABLE and
POCKET CUTLERY, LOCKS, and
other HARDWARE; TOBACCO,
CIGARS and SNUFF. I carry
a good stock of SCHOOL
Family BIBLES, Teacher's Bibles,
Testaments, and other Books suitable for
children, youths, men and women. From
my stock can be selected a great variety of
pleasing and useful presents for young and
o.d. My goods are all new and clean, and
I sell them as low as the lowest for cash or
ita equivalent. Some goods I can sell to
country merchants at wholesale rates. Don't
fail to call. I believe I can serve your
interests to your satisfaction. Please try
a. f. mn.
But bv a combination of SOL
111 LEATHER and GOOD
HORKMAKSHIl the un
dersigned is prepared to furnish
tlmt will keep your feet dry
and clean during the winter.
Now is the time to order a pair
of CORK SOLE BOOTS
that are ns near water
proof us boots can be
' KEMEMUKR NO TRUST.--
'.:it Main Street, McMinnville, Tennessee.
Buttot, Cheese, Ejrus. Foultiy, Wild
(i.ime. Meats. Apples, Potatoes, (irieen and
hried Fruits. Vecelibles, Cider, Wool,
Hid.', Sheep Pelts, Tallow, Furs, Skins, To-
l.-iS.. lirain. Hav. Hour, Beeswax, eatli
ers. ( iiusf iiir, Broom Corn and Hops. M. E.
i'.A I.IA IU. Geiu'ral Commission Merchant
ar.d Shipper, 1'17 Market St.. St. Louis, Mo,
Citron nit Wood lee's.
Cranberries at Henry Hamilton's.
Boots at cost at A. 1 Seitz's.
-Fresh Fish at A. M. Jones' Sat
Buckwheat and Graham Flour at
-Leaf tobacco nt 20 cents per pound
at J. W. Gray's.
Apple Butter, Jellies and Mince
Meat at the Bakery.
-A fresh lot of oranges just receiv
ed at Woodlee's.
-A fine stock of Christmas candies
at J. W. Gray's.
Our merchants are having a
lively holiday trade.
-A lot of fine cranberries just re
ceived at D. O. Jenkins'.
Largest line of dolls and lowest
prices at J. V. Gray's.
Mr. Clack Stone is spending a
few weeks in Squatchie county.
Oranges, lemons, and bananas
next week at J. V. Gray's,
Horsford's Bread Preparation at
Woodlee's 10 cents a package.
Good goods and low prices is our
motto. J. W. Gray.
Mr. S. L. Colville made a busi
ness trip to Nashville this week.
Mr. Jesse Safley is now in
charge of the Warren House office.
Dinner, Tea, Toilet and Glass
Sets for sale cheap by A. P. Seitz.
Mr. Martin Young, of Sparta,
was here last Saturday and Sunday.
Seventeen pounds of the best
Granulated Sugar for $1.01) at Gray's.
Family and Teacher's Bibles and
Holiday Books at A. P. Seitz's.
Overcoats cheap at J. C. M. Boss
& Son's to close out before the New
Everything necessary to be used
in Christmas baking can be found at
J. W. Gray's.
All fruits necessary for baking
Fruit Cakes, etc., can be found at
If you want something substan
tial for a Xmas present go to J. C. M.
Ros3 & Son's,
Alvin Avant, Esq., oue of Smith
qille's leading attorneys, is here to
Mr. C. H. C. Scales has been
elected City Recorder, vice I. W.
Another shipment of W. L.
Douglas Shoes just received at J. C.
M. Boss & Son's
See those new gold and silver
watcliPH at L, F. Jeanm aire's. They
make elegant holiday gifts.
Mr. Martin Nichols, of Sparta,
spent Saturday aud Sunday visiting
here among his old friends.
Try the Great Magic Yeast, War
ner's Safe Yeast, also the Compressed
Yeast, sold at the Bakery.
Go to D. O. Jenkins for oranges,
cocoauuts,. raisins, nuts, figs, and
everything nice for Christmas.
Apples are retailing at GO cents
per bushel in this market, and are
not very plentiful at that price.
Dr. J. L. Jones, of Tullahoma,
has been shaking hands with his old
friends here a few days this week.
I will sell my stock of boy's
overcoats very low to close them out.
It is given up that A. II. Wood-
lee has the best and cheapest lot of
Glassware and Queensware in town.
Miss Mattie Burroughs who is
attending an art school in Nashville,
spent several days at home this
The Symphonia is a new musi
cal instrument, and will be on exhibi
tion at E. Webb's last of this week
Mr, J. C. Biles and wife made a
trip to Nashville and Bowling Green
last week, returning home on Mon
E. Webb is second to none in the
clothing trade. He keeps a good as
sortmentand sells theinat laughingly
Mr. 11. II. Tittsworth, proprietor
of the Mountain City Nurseries,
made a business trip to Smithville
A. II. Woodlee lias just received
another large lot of plain and
candies which he is wiling at aston
ishingly low prices.
If you need a pump lor any
purpose see the Collins Force Pump
before buy. Frank Tambling,
(gt at McMinnylle.
Guitars, Banjos, Violins and
Accordtoiis in abundance at VI
WebVs, and he will sell as low as
uny retail market.
New clothing, new hats, new
shoes and boots, new groceries, ar.d a
new lot ot nyisical instruments just
received by E. Webb.
Fiity acres of land, good tene
ment house, adjoining corporate lim
its of McMinnville, for rent for 181)2.
Apply to Ed. J. Wood.
A suitable Christmas present for
any one would be one of those hand
some umbrellas just received at J. C.
M. Boss & Son's gold, silver or
natural stick stalls.
Remember, everybody who buys
$1.00 worth of goods at (he Bakery
during the next 30 days will be
given a discount of 10 cents.
Have you seen those beautiful
presents that A. II. Woodlee will
give to his customers on Christmas
day? If not, go and see them.
The Collins Force Pump will
throw a stream of water over SO feet,
is simple, durable and cheap. Frank
Tambling, Agent at McMinnville.
Miss Ella Sims, of Chattanooga,
after a visit of some weeks to the
family of Mr. W. G. Cummins, near
this place, returned home last Satur
In making your round of Christ
mas purchases remember to call on
Henry Hamilton. He has a choice
selection of Christmas candies, toys,
dolls, notions, etc.
Tullahoma Guardian : Capt. Sam
K. Forsyth has again gone to Mc
Minnville. He seems to have a lik
ing for that pleasant little mountain
Mrs. J. II. Cummins and child
ren, of Jackson county, arrived last
Thursday to spend the holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M.
Mr. Jas. Morford returned home
the first of this week from Nashville,
where he has been attending Jen
nings' Business College for the last
Mr. J. II. Sherrill has a new cot
tage residence on North College
Street now nearing completion. Dr.
Ritcbey has one under construction
on Donnell Street.
Calls for the annual stockholders'
meetings of the two National banksof
McMinnville will be found in this
issue, said meetings will be held on
the second Tuesday in January.
Mr. S. M. Clenny and wife mov
ed down from Quebeck, White coun
ty, Wednesday, and will remain
here permanently. They are occupy
ing Mr. Snodgrass' house n Spring
There is no use hunting around
for the best place to buy your Christ
mas groceries. Go straight to the
store of D. O. Jenkins and you will
find a full stock of the best and fresh
There was a large attendance at
the oyster supper served by the la
dies of the Baptist Church at the
Maddux House Thursday night, and
the receipts were quite gratiflying to
Mrs. M. Livingston has a well
selected stock of toys, dolls, and other
Christmas goods. She also has a large
stock of ladies' furnishing goods, no
tions, novelties, etc., embracing many
articles suitable for holiday presents.
The Nashville papers of Satur
day afternoon and Sunday morning
failed to reach us again by the morn
ing mail last Monday. It looks a
little peculiar that Memphis and
Birmingham paper should reach us
promptly and Nashville papers fail.
The town of Shelbyville suffered
another disastrous tire on Tuesday
night, several business houses being
destroyed. The fire originated in the
jewelry store of Mr. L. F. Capshuw,
formerly of McMinnville. His stock
was a total loss, on which he had
If you want to make some one a
Christinas present which can be kept
and appreciated ahyays, you will
find many things in L. F. Jean
ma ire's stock to fill the bill. He has
the latest novelties in Jewelry, to
gether with a large display of beau
tiful silverware, table cutlery, etc.
Nashville American : Col. John
H. Savage, the distinguished veteran
of a hundred political battles on the
side of Democracy, is in the city in
the evident possession of renewed
health. The "Old Man" has turned
out a full beard, but it is understood
that there attaches t it no political
Difd. Wednesday morning,
Dee. Uth, of pneumonia, Susie, the
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
S. Deakins, after an"illness of several
days. The remains were intered in
the .""tyrim jrrave yard Thursday
morning. Funeral service were con
ducted by Elder II. F. Williams.
The familv have the deenest sym
f I lie rutin
their tad lu reavenicnt
Wc have a large
line of goods suitable
We will put a
small profit on them
and let them go.
We think our
entire stock will he
here and be opened
II VII NT1YI n fi
Dry Goods g Groceries,
CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
We carry u well selected Hue of General Merchandise, and sell
STRICTLY FOR CASH.
Thus we are enabled to giye our customers the benefit of the
We will make it to your interest to give us your trade. JON EM BROS,
East Main Street, McMINNNILLE, TENN.
j. ii. wMiium
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SEWING MACHINES,
JHTJD OTHER LIGHT ILvS-A-CEIXIfcTICIVE-.
Every Piece of Work Guaranteed.
ShoD In Janes Bros' Store, East Main Street, McMinnville, Tenn
Do Sot Fail to
of FRANK G1VENS, 228 N. COLLEGE St,
Where yon will see disjduved the hnndsonieot stock of Bedroom Suits, Parlor Sets, Ward,
robes. Side Boards. Hut Racks, Chiffoniers, Book CaiA, Desks, Koldine Beds, Sof;i
Loiinpeg, Extension Tables, and every article kept in a first clns Furniture House,
at prices lower than can be found elsewhere, aud every article warranted to
be just ns represented. Special inducements offered to mtr( hiints.
MR. A. M. ST. JOHN has permanently connected himself with ns, and will f
be ','lad to see all his friends and will lake ereat pleasure in waiting on them
and showing them that he can make it to their inserest to see our goods and
;;et o-.ir peiees. All mail orders will receive the most prompt and careful attention.'
S228N. Colfcge St.,
We will give
special prices to U
Our trade can
depend on close
prices, and we invite
all our friends to
come and see ou r
line before buying.
New line of
Take your buggy, carriage, wagon ar.d
farm implements of all kinds to
and have them
REPAIRED p PAINTED.
BLnCMITHM, WAGON aud C&fiRM
done Promptly and Cheaply.
J. P. GARTNER.
snring Street, McMinnville, Tenn.
Visit the Mammoth