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SOUTHERN ..STANDARD MMINNYTLLK. TENNESSEE.SATURDAV, DEC 19,1801.
A cream of tartar baking
powder. Highest of nil in
leavening strength. JMtrxt
V. A', (tinrrnineiit Food Jle
W. .1. .IcM.LY, Al.ltKUT SKIT.
JOLLY & SEITZ,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Oflice Upshur in Miisnn's New Mock.
McMiiu:villt', . Tennessee.
A B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Oftice hours at
S reel 7 to S 11.
resilience on West
in., 12 to 1 iiml ti to 7
rt:v Office over the
of L. F. Joan
niaire. MeMINNVJ ULE, TENN.
HAYItOX & ISAKE1I,
Surveyors and Civil Engineers.
Office Colts Mock,
Mc.M I NN VILLK TENN ESSEE,
ii tvc it c rn jU-1 stock of lirim new
tor women, misses and cliiMreii;- lionts and
ISIx.cs for nii'u and linvs; llnbbers mnl Arties
for all; a fresh stock i!
WOODEN U AlIi:, OlT.ENSWARK,
ULAPS tuid TIN WAKE, bAMl'S,
LKATIIEU, SHOE FINDINGS,
HOPE, RAZORS, AXES,
I'OCKET Cl'TLKRY, LOCKS, and
other IIAKDWAKE: TOIUCCO.
CIU A US and SNTtT. I carry
a good Mod; of SCHOOL
family l'.lKLES, 'leaeher's llihles,
Testaments, and i.tlit r Rooks suitable for
diildren, youths, men and women. From
my stoi-k ean lie selected n ijiciit variety of
pleasing and useful presents for yoiini; and
o.d. My noods are all new and eleau, and
1 sell them as low as the lowest for cash or
H equivalent. Some jjooils I can sell to
t-oiintry merchants at wholesale rates. Don't
fail to call. I believe I can serve your
interests to your satisfaction. Please try
A. P. SEITZ
lint bv a combination of SOI..
! i j;vi iii:i: and ;ooi
MOICliM WMIll the iii.
. ilersisjned is prepared to furnish
B00TS AND SHOES,
that will keep your eet dry
and dean durini; the winter.
Now is the time to order a listir
of CO UK SOLE liOOTS
that are as near water
proof as boots can be-
"REMEMBER NO TRUST.
Eat M;lin Street, McMinnville, TenncsM-e.
I'.iltlei. (iiee.se, F'us. "utility, Wild
Untie, Meats, Ai'ples, Potatoes, (ireen and
Vied Fruits, Wiie tallies. Cider, Wm,
Hides, SIi.-c t Pelts, Tallow, Furs, Skins. To-
h. -ie i-o. (irain, llav. Flour, Ueeswax, l'tuili
er, liin ii'.'. I'.rouiii Coin and Hops. M. E.
i. A I.L I; ". I iill ' oii--in ii Mil do: lit
and Sliippi i- M:irk t St.. St. l.o'iN. Mo.
Tof r Topics
Mince Meat at A. M. Jones'.
Candies of all kinds at Gray's.
Celery at A. M. Jones' next week.
Oranges, Lemons and Kanannas
at J. W. Gray's.
Go to Fleming's and get a bird
cage any price.
Nice fresh oranges anil lemons at
A. II. Wood lee's
A nice line of ladies' wraps at
cost at A. II. Gross'.
Oranges from -0 to o( cents per
dozen at A. M. Jones'.
Buy your jewelry fur Christmas
of J. C. M. Ross & Son.
Miss Eula Potter, of Smithville,
visited friends here this week.
Cranberries, Bananas, and Lem
ons at A. M. Jones' tod ty.
Over-eoats to be closed out cheap
at J. C. M. Ross A Son's.
Everything necessary for fruit
cakes, nice and fresh, at Woodlees.
J. V. Gray has the largest line of
Dolls in the city. Call and see them.
Seventeen pounds of Granulated
Sugar for the dollar at J. V. Gray's.
The best "Seed Tick" Coffee at
Woodlee's ." pounds to the dollar.
;W pounds of candy ami " boxes
ol oranges to select from at A. M.
, cocoiinuts, and every
for Christmas, at 1). O.
See the wonderful bargains
on 1 leech A- Scales' ." and in cent
Mr. Jn. G. McGuire returned
home from a trip to Texas last Satur
day. Mr. 15. II. Atkinson spent a few
days of this week here with his
(io quick or all those prize boxes
at D. L. Brown's will be gone before
you get one.
Mr. John Biles loft this (Friday)
afternoon for Georgia, to be gone for
A. II. Woodlee has any and
everything necessary for Christmas
Price all kinds of Christmas
goods at Beech A- Scales' before buy
A. II. Gross- bus a nice line of
fur caps and muffs which he is offer
ing very cheap.
There or three or four of tiiose
elegant mirrors still on hand at
W. II. Fleminr's
Ozanne's bread received fresh
every ednesday and Saturday at
Smith & Thurman's.
Mrs. L. D. Ilickerson, Jr. of
Tullahoma, made her parents a brief
visit here this week. .
Beech & Scales will pay the high
est prices for Furs, Hides, Feathers
and all Country Produce.
You will miss a treat if you fail
to see those elegant Christmas cards
at D. L. Brown's.
Mr. Logan Seitz, a substantial
citizen of Van Buren county, was
here one day this week.
Large size Sugar Bowls, Butter
Dishes, Cream Pitchers, etc., etc., for
" cents tit Beech A- Scales'.
See account of the new consolida
uou or inurman v santu Clans in
regular advertising space.
Fleming, has some, nice Gentle
men's Traveling Companions or
Cases. Call and see them.
The largest and finest stock of
Queensware ever brought to this
market at Beech & Scales'.
Statements of the condition of the
two .National Banks of McMinnville
will be found in this issue.
Miss Annie Clark, of Sparta,
is visiting here this week and is the
guest of Miss Jessie Walling.
ueiA. ji. wootuee s prices on
queensware and glassware before
purchasing anything in that line.
Red Silk Handkerchiefs and Red
Neck-ties of every description just
received by J. C. M. Ross & Son.
Subscriptions for all Newspapers
and Periodicals received at the Post-
office. W. H. Sag ah,
Dr. Fleming says he lias made
large inroads into his albums, but
still has some which are exquisite.
The best and -cheapest line of
! Christmas toys and holiday goods in
town are kept by A. II. Woodlee
Fresh Oysters ;iik1 Ctlerv will be
found at J. W. Gray's next Thurs
day. Call and leave your orders.
Don't forget that A. II. Wood
lee keep-the he-1 ami -hcapif, the
timM nnd sweete-t earners in town.
Go to A. M, Jones' for Iresh
Butter, Eggs, Coeoanuts, Chocolate,
Extracts, etc., for your Xmas baking.
Dr. A. I). Phillips left this (Fri
day) morning for Tupelo, Miss., to
visit a brother who is dangerously
L. F. Jeanmaire yet has n large
stock of silverware from which you
can select handsome Christmas pres
ents. See Fleming's tine dressing cases
and manicure sets in plush and hard
wood before it is everlastingly to
Smith & Thurman's store is
headquarters for roasted coffee. Try
their different brands and be con
vinced. Cards have been issued announc
ing the marriage of Mr. Alfred P.
Smartt to Miss Jennie Blackburn
Berry, at Bentonville.Ark,, Tuesday,
Miss Maggie Wallace, who has
been teaching in Wilson county for
several months, returned home last
"Buy your Christinas presents
early and your pocket book will
avoid the rush later on," quoth an
Foi'.ND. A sum of money which
owner can get by proving property
and paying for this notice. Apply to
C. A. Hopkins.
Mr. R. Kennedy, after a year's
absence, returned home last Satur
day to spend the Christmas holidays
with his family.
Dr. VA . J. Jolly, returned home
the tirst of this week after an absence
of two months, and entered actively
into his practice.
Mr. F. L. Lynde, traveling pas
senger agent ot the I nion Pacific
Railroad, was here Wednesdav in
the interest of his road.
-Sieve buttons, shirt studs, breast
pins and many other beautiful ar
ticles in the jewelry line for sale by
I. C. M. Ross & Son.
A. M.Jones will sell a good mix
ed candy at lo cents per pound, bet
ter L'O cents, best l- cents. Stick can
dy too low to advertise.
Mr Will II. Magness, who is now
engaged in banking at Alalia, AU.,
came home Monday and will remain
until after the holidays.
-Kiity acres of land, good tene
ment house, adjoining corporate lim
its of McMinnville, for rent for ls!2.
Apply to Ed. J. Wood.
Get up and hustle,
And join in the tussle
For that prize ottered by A. J I
Woodlee to his best customer.
Mrs. Carrie Hancock, of Wilson
County, spent last Monday and Tues
day here on a visit to her friend and
schoolmate, Miss Ann Black.
Mrs. O.N. Mosser and Master
Hollis spent several days in Nash
ville last week visiting, friends and
taking in the Christmas sights.
A handsome silk ulnbrella
wouki make Dotn a sensible and use
ful Christmas present A full line
just received at J. C. M. Ross & Son's
A. II. Gross has displayed in his
store a nice Christmas Tree, come
and see it, and then select your toys,
vases and anything else you want for
Everything new, novel and pret
ty in jewelry will be found in L. F.
Jeanmaire's stock. You can find
nothing more appropriate for Christ
Mr Sebon Rains arrived from
Texas, last Tuesday, on a visit to his
sister, Mrs. P. S. Wallace, and was
given a hearty welcome by his nu
merous friends here.
There are some holes and rough
places in the pavements along Main
Street which render walking over
them not only very unpleasant, but
dangerous. They should be repaired.
You can find everything you
want in the way of Christmas can
dies, either plain or fancy, at D. 0.
Jenkins'. Also fruits, nuts, raisins,
dates, figs, and lots of other good
Mr. J. L. Garnett came home
last Tuesday to spend the Christmas
holidays. He is now engaged in the
manufacture of barrel staves and
heading at Somerset, Ky., and is
doing a large business.
At f::!() o'clock next Wednesday
evening, Dec. '2.'d, Dr. Alfred Hume,
now of Oxford, Miss , will be mar
ried to Miss Mary Ritchey, at the
home ot the bride's parent, Dr. and
Mrs. J. B. Ritchey, in this place.
Miss Fredonia Pierson, a former
pupil of C. F. College, and a popular
visitor here after the close of school
days, is.to be married at her home in
Sturgis, Ky., Wednesday evening,
Dec. "J ! I, to Mr. P. A. Lyon, Jr., of
We the undersigned have formed a partnership under the
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We are willing to take stove
wood on subscriptions to the Stand
ard if given good, honest measure,
and the subscription paid in advance,
but we are not willing to send the
Standard one year for a load of
wood worth only about 00 cents.
Mr. Hedges, a representative of
the Cincinnati Post, was here Thurs
day, and appointed Charley Murphy
as local agent for the paper. The
Post is full of news every day from
head rules to foot slugs, and Charley
will deliver it to subscribers at 10
cents per week.
The dwelling house known as
the "Flder place," on the Sparta
road, now owned by Col. Ed. J.
Wood, and occupied by Mr. J. L.
McGehee, had a narrow escape from
destruction by lire Wednesday morn
ing. At a meeting of the Roard of
Mayor and Alderman held last Tues
day night, Mr. Jas. W. Snodgrass
was elected assistant city marshall,
and will go on duty today. Jim will
make an ever watchful and alert
guardian of the peace.
We do not know why all of our
county correspondents should have
failed to send in their usual letters
this week, unless they are preparing
to give us a big budget of Christmas
news for next week.
Everybody goes to the Pan
handle of Texas, the finest farming
and stock-raising region in the west.
Call on or address D. Ii. Carson,
Ticket Agent, McMinnville, and get
the book issued by the I'nion Pacific
Railway, telling all about the won
derful country. 3v.
The Standard's carrier will call
on the patrons whom he serves on
Christmas morning with a neat car
rier's address, containing a calendar
pad for 1S)2 with 1;5 leaves, one for
each month in the year and one for
the 1J months combined, making a
neat and useful ornament for the
office or home. The carrier will
gratefully appreciate any substan
tial recognition of his services and
Wc have formed this part
nership for the purpose of
opening the remainder of the
embracing all kinds of Toys.
Dolls, Albums. Sets in Mani
cure, Shaving and Toilet,
Work 15ox.es, etc., etc. In fact
a great many novelties for the
holidav trade. So during the
holidays we invite all to our
grand display and can promise
manv nice things for all ages,
sizes and conditions.
SEE OUR DOLLS
THAT CAN SAY
PAPA AND MAM
MA. Over Thirty Years
always hart very pleasant dealings together, til?
and myscil, and 1 asain nave me pleasure 01
preseiuinff 10 inem my iihiu.u i-gci.iuii: mm
Flower Seed Catalogue. It contains .the usual
i immense variety ot seed, with suai new Kinds added
as have proved to bcreal acquisitions. Raising many
" ( lnB m.clf (r.tir ci-fil firm.
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ami ii ".nun ihiii n, i am niiit in hiiii .iii- in-"
puriiy, unnersucii reasnnanie conuuuMi?rt.ry i-wii-
.',...1 . IK.,;nlTl nl,..i, nm-iiill K-tni-
headquarters for choice Cory .oro. Miller Melon.
Hubbard Squash. Deep Head. AH Seasons and
- . Mr.. Mc. Latalocuc KKU. to an.
mlt fc NU.M, MurUUUcad, Mini.
It has been ourcustom. for a num
ber of years to collect the subscrip
tions of our local subscribers during
Christmas week or the early part ol
January. We will make the usual
round this year, and hope to find
them all ready with a dollar.
The City Schools will be closed
for Christmas from Thursday, Dec.
24, to Monday, Jan. 4, as usual. The
pupils will give their customary en
tertainment Thursday morning in the
High School Chapel. Everybody in
vited to attend, and parents of chil
dren expected. Public exercises
from 0 a. m. to 1 p. m.
On last Monday night some mis
chievous individual entered the en
gine room of M. 15. Harwell cfc Co's
furniture factory, tied the whistle
cord down and left it blowing. The
noise soon brought out a number ol
people, who supposed it was a fire
alarm. "Rysome means the report
was started that the Woolen Mills,
two and a half miles from town, wen
burned, which proved to be unfound
ed. A sorrel mare, blind in both eyes,
white star in forehead, was hitched
in the yard of the barrel factory last
Monday morning before day, where
she remained until Tuesday morn
inp, when she was taken charge of
by Mr. T. S. Arledge and given food
and water. She was evidently hitch
ed there by some man who left on
the early train, and had probably
been stolen to make the trip to this
point on. The owner can get the
animal by proving property and pay
ing for feed and advertising.
The demand for a coal Cooking
Range that will work, and bake sat
isfactorily at the same time; one in
which can be used a coil for heating
water in bath rooms, has induced
the Phillips RuttnrfT Mfg. Co., of
.Nashville to make a Stove that will
stand the test, and give general sat
isfaction. This firm is always at tin
front and their latest production is
the Champion Agate for coal. ThN
Stove cannot be excelled for the
many most desirable features it pos
sesses.. Fur sale bv Morford A- Riles.
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