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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE-A 1 1JR DAY, FEB. 20, 1886 DIERELL. : Personal Points and Pithy Paragraphs From North Warren. To tlie Standard: Joe Mullicrtu and Rowland Goocl on, the bluest men in North War ren, are going to engage in the enter prise of blat'ksmithing. Success to them. Charley Keaton says that he is not the only young man that visited where the young ladies were sleepy. He says that there was another young gentleman present by the name of Joe. Mr. Ishani O.Gribblemadea splen did lecture at the close of the Sunday school at Mt. Zion last Sunday of about ten minutes. Subject, "How to Govern Ourselves." We had with us last Saturday the appearance of Mr. S. L. Williams, of Sniithvil'e, traveling salesman for Hall & Ordway, shoe manufacturers of Nashville. Their goods are O.K. Messrs. Zederick Smith and Perry ( 'ouch were dow n the other day call ing on Dr. Sidney Anderson. I sup pose their pasture joints needed a lit tle adjusting hence they are trying the healing art of faith. Mr. Isaac Cawthon, who has been sick for sometime is much improved. Mrs. Isaac Bass, of McMinnville, has been visiting the home of the old folks for the last week. Isaac' came out to see her Sunday, and to pay his respects to old friends and acquaint ances. (i. W. Womack was greeted with a line girl last week on his arrival from the South. Hurrah for Wash! Ma they Oliver was around last week assessing the taxes. And just so it happens, that about the time people make settlement for one year, some one is around to take them down for another. Still cold and cloudy today (Mon day). Yesterday, the Hth was the day that the ground-hog comes out, and it is saui inai n ne eunnoi see jus shadow, that he returns to remain for forty days. So according to that proverb, we may expect to see better weather. Yesterday was a lovely day. Pad Hawkins went to McMinnville today (Tuesday), on an old-fashion wagon, drivingayoke of steers. They are as true as steel. Elder E. C. Preston, of Woodbury, will occupy the pulpit at Mt. Zion next Sunday at 1 1 o'clock. Dr. Parker has been gathering a good many yearlings for the past few days for a Mr. Ilaston, of White county. We are glad to know thaj such provender is in demand. II. J. Christian, Esq., is going to have a new framed house erected this summer. Everybody should read the Stan dard. It is newsy, interesting and entertaining; and only costs the small sum of $1.00 for flfty-two copies. Mr. S. T. West is plowing today with a big plow followed by a small one. He calls it subsoiling, but very few rocks are left unturned. I'. Tarlton. The VIOLA, Neighborhood News from Regular Correspondent. Our To the Standard. As wo have no wedding to report this week, all we can do is to report the locals. We have been blessed for a few days with plenty of sunshine, which is moving our farmers out quite live ly sowing oats and turning land for corn. We hear a great many say the pros pect for wheat is flattering at present. We do not believe there is as large an acreage sown this year as was last. The trustees of the Viola Normal met at the college building last Sat urday to elect a new board. The fol lowing trustees were elected: S. Me- Ramsey, (J. W. Ramsey. Win. Ram sey, Dr. E. II. Jones, I. C.Garretson, T. E. McCulloch, M. F. McCulloch, C. F. Bonner, and It. G. Belcher. The same board was re-elected with the exception of one change, which was Mr. R. L. Stubblefleld resigned and C. F. Bonner was elected in Jus stead. 1). V. King is off on atrip toNash ville this week. A Mr. Brown, ot Minnesota, was here last week looking at the country with a view of locating Miss Birdie Smartt, who has been visiting at Sinartt's for two or three weeks has returned home. L. P. Sain accidently killed his cow last Saturday by striking her over the head with a stick. It was a consider able loss to Mr. Sain as he could have sold her at any time for $7".00 Dr. J. J). Wooten, of Manchester, was here on a business trip this week Dr. K. II. Jones, G. J. Mansfield, Jesse Bonner, and Horace Brown, made a trip to McMinnville one day this week. Our town has been flooded with drummers this week. Among the number were Fred Smartt, Henry Painter, Capt. Bennett, Jim Spu.lock and a Mr. Meek. Mr. Mack St. John, of Cannon coun ty, was on our streets Wednesday. Miss Netie Jones opened her school Monday with 'li students. The way Miss Netie has started off we have every reason to believe her school will be a success. Coley Randolph sas if his heart trouble does not improve he wil start on a tour to "England " very soon. Mr. L. M, Jones had the misfor tune to lose one of his horses while off peddling apples last week Mt. Zion. To the Standard. J. E. Barnes was sitting before the fire a few days' ago, went to sleep and fell over against the hot end-iron and was very badly burned on the wrist. I am reliably informed that B. W. I). Barnes, of Warren county, is a candidate for Sheriff. He is a clever man and well calculated to attend to the business. . 15. Barnes, ot this county, was happily united in marriage to Miss Lucy Loekhart Thursday the 11th inst., at 2 o'clock, Rev. It. T. Dykes officiating. He calls her honey, and she calls him sugar. V. M. McGregor, Thomas Myers, Hannah Barnes, andlt. L Barnes, all of Warren county, came up and par tieipated in the nice little party at N. B. Barnes' the night he was married. W. M. Coppinger is on the sick list this week, but he is not in a danger ous condition. Wesley Nunley has forsaken all of his farming business and is devoting all of his time to his broom fac tory. It is reported that me "dear" on Hickory Creek are very scarce, but the roachis are in abundance. Revs. N. Brown and B. F. Dykes preached at Mrs. Mary Woodlee's last Sunday night. After which, L. V. Woodlee made a business trip to Mr. Zed Walker's. It is about time that those Republi can memners oi congress who were going to unmask the president got in their work. The country is getting impatient, theelections in some states :ire not distant, and it is possible the tinmaskcrs may find themselves un masked. . INCREASE. Incidental Mention of People and Their Affair!) from a Staudurd Contributor. MCMINNVILLE BusinessGards Warren Wagon Co., BUILDERS OF Farm and Spring WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC. Paintiny, BLACKSMITH ING And Repairing. THE RUSY tEwel J Guarantees SATISFACTION. To the Standard. We have nothing very important to write this week, however, we will give you a few items." We are glad to say that II. B. Cope who has been on the sick list for four or five weeks is improving slowly. We supposed from ourfriendThax- ton's appearance this morning that some of the neighbors were very sick, as he looked like he had been sitting up the night before. But he soon re vealed us the secret. He said he had been called on at the hour of mid night to perform the duty as Esquire, by marrying a couple across the mountain. The young folks honor Mr. Thaxton very highly as Esquire, as he will not neglect his duty under any circumstances. cV party of young ladies and gentle men were out riding and making calls last Sunday. They seemed to enjoy the occasion splendidly, as it was a good day for snow balling. Miss Phceba Mitchell, who has been visiting relatives in our vicinity, returned to her home on Charles' Creek last Sunday, accompanied by the great and noble BunyunJ Miss Laura Wagner, of Irving Col lege, has been visiting her sister this week. She says she is not drumming for the hardware firm. Miss Emma Gibbs, who has very sick is improving fast. Mr. A. G. Willis wishes us to an nounce that he has money to loan. Anyone wishing to borrow will please give him a call, as he has just re turned from apple peddling and has a surplus on hand. Misses Mattie Brown and Esta Simpson are visiting their cousin, Miss Anna Myers this week. A number of us had the pleasure of meeting with a nice young "Mann" this evening for the first time. Mr. A. Allison informs us that he is no longer a circuit rider, but says he is a local preacher. We think it is his intention to locate near Cedar Grove, where no doubt he will preach at least twice a month. ine weatner is still looking very unfavorable to farmers, however they can only wait till the clouds rol by. To the Standard : We have had such a dearth in the way of news that I have had nothing interesting to write. Everybody knows that we have had a great deal of bad weather, and the roads aie almost impassable. Farmers are complaining about being behind With their work. Wheat generally looks well and but little seems to have frozen out, notwithstanding we have had some very tight freezes. We have had some sickness in this section, mostly bad colds. They seem to have been raging in an epi demic form, as whole families are at tacked with it. T.. ..P T.,,.- 1... . v in. iuism, in xufii'iiftf, wjiu huh i- n i no 111 (If been sick with inflammatory rheu-1 Li li UAruriHil mat ism for some time is some better, and we hope he will soon recover. Butler Smith and J. B. Biles sold meir cattle and are buying more, so we are informed. Prof. Cleiulenen's school at the Dun can school house will close on the 20th inst. Rumor says he will have an examination, but we do not know whether that is true or not, as the weather may be unfavorable. Mnce Mr. Jioss lias been sick our jolly friend, Dick Countiss has to stand behind the counter and use the scales and yard stick. Joe Rowland thinks that mules will take a tumble now, as he and Mr. Ilouchin have quit buying. Neighbor Blanks says that if Joe Rowland savs anvthinsr more about that foot washing, that he will tell PQf Bcl?S how many biscuits he eat and how much coffee he drank the other day at onesittingdown. Out with it, Mr. Blanks, and lets hear it all. As to John Davy Templeton being a true friend, or as to his ability in prayer, I would refer any and all to Maj. II. J. Cardwell. Uncle Jeff will tell you how it is. We have heard of two weddings since our last communication. Mr. Artnur coiner was married to Mis Sallie Miller on the 4th inst., and Mr. Jesse Collier to Miss Nancy Petitt on the 11th inst. Success and happi ness to our young friends. Win. Martin and George Whittaker are somewhat happy. They are both girls. Kelly Ilillis is not a candidate, but wants the young folks to know that he is still a J. P. Enough said. Candidates need not come to see us just now. Applicants for the public schools are pressing their claims. An Open Letter IN WHICH- ALL LADIES ARE DEEPLY INTERESTED J. H. SAVAGE, S. T. O'NEAL. FOR AND JOB IMUM1M. 1 Of All Kinds send you orders to the Standard Office From Laurelburg. LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE INSURANCE CO Writes Liberally, Pays Promptly. R. M. REAMS, Agent To the Standard: The weather continues very unfa vorable, and farmers are getting rest less. Since the snow went oft' wheat is looking very well. But little corn is being sold in this section. Farmers sell only enough to buy the goods they actually need. It is selling here at 33 cents. Money is scarce in this section, but we have plenty of hog and hominy. This is about all we can boast of ex cept good health. M. From Catlen Mills. To the Standard : On the -1th inst., a young man of this county might have been seen rid ing along leisurely through snow and ice to rob Warn n county of one of her fairest daughters. The parties re ferred to are Mr. A. O. Walker and Miss Sallie Purser. Long may he be happy in his choice, and beautiful smiles ever rest on the lovely face of the bride. J. I. W. S. LIVELY, Picture Frames. Temperance Wins. Tonight Edward Peyton Weston finished his walk of 2,500 miles and was in sufficiently good condition an hour later to take the train for New York. Weston has ban walking fifty-four days and avefaged 46 o-54 miles per day. O'Leary did not appear on the track after his collapse Tuesday from too free uso of stimulants. The final score for O'Leary was 2,225) miles. It was agreed in making the match that the contestants were to walk twelve hours daily, the man who covered 2,")00 miles first to be the winner. The walk was for a purse of $3,000 offered by New York advocates of temperance. Two-thirds of this amount and a share in the gate re ceipts will be advanced Weston, who as a life long teetotaler was pitted for endurance against U'Lieary, an hr.bitnal nartaker of liquor stimu lants. Cor. D. L. BROWN Warren House BnijurUri for Fancy Groceries Confections, Lake and Manufac tured Ice. Cigars, Tobacco. 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