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8 SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE.-SATURDAY, DEC. 2o 1V
A cream o( tartar bnking powder. High
est of all in leavening Rtrengtli. U. S.
Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
DR. J. F. BARNETT
Respectfully announces to the general pub
lic of McMinnvil'e anil nurrounding country
that he will hereafter devote himself to the
general practice nf the medical profession
la the above n inicil locality. Office up
stairs in Potts block, ni-xtdoiir to Dr. Crain's
A B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office hours at
Street 7 to 8 a
residence on West Main
in., 12 to I and 6 to 7 p. m.
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Will be found at his drug store at all hour
unless professionally absent.
ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Oflice with V. M. Smith, Esq.,
Main Street McMinnville, Tenn
W. J. JOLLY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN and SPECIALIST.
Oflice at Residence on West Main Street
Q. Tx. Ci'qii,D.D.S.
Office over the
store of A. II.
"Gross i Potts
HAVRON & BAKER,
Surveyors and Civil Engineers,
Office Potts Block,
IN WARREN COUNTY
ITON 1, 2, AND !) YEARS' CREDIT
On Monday. Jan. 5th, 1890,
as cxecutresses of W. E. B. Jones, dee'd
iv e will sell at the Courthouse door in Mc
Minnville, to the highest bidder at public
auction, upon a credit of 1, 2, and 3 years
with Interest from date, notes with solvent
security and lien retained, a tract of land
lying in the 2d civil district of Wurren
cenntr, known as the Hull' tract, contain
in" 10H4 acres, conveyed to W. E. B. Jones
lV J. E. Huff bv deed registered at McMiun
ville, bok 13, page 117: also another tract
Iving in the 12th civil district of Warren
county, 3ontainine PO acres, conveyed to W
E. B. Jones by Johnson and wife, by deed
registered at McMinnville in book 11, pages
t,lacif47. AAAK L. JUKWS,
LAURA J. JOXES,
B virtue of an order of sale to me di
rected, from the Circuit Court of War
ten County, I will offer for sale, for Cash, on
SATURDAY, JAN. 10th, 1391,
the undivided interest of B. F. Capshaw
ii certain tract of land lying in the 15th civi
district, of Warren County, Tenn., bounded
as follows: On the Isnrth by apshaw
South by O. D. Green, East by J. M. Green
and West by C. M. Sullivan. Levied on
and to be sold as the property of B. F. Cap
sliaw to satisfy a judgement in the hands o
the Circuit Court Clerk of Warren County
in fayor of the State Of Tennessee. Tin
, Dec. 12th, 1880.
I. L. EIIEAY, Pherifi",
Receiver's Sale of Stock
HAVING been appointed Receiver
. wind up the partnership of DeBard
Co., formerly Cnrdwell & Co., 1 will sell
the highest bidder at the store door at
S!:( l'sford, Warren County, Tenn., on
Wednesday, Tec. 17th, 1890.
nt I o ciock. p. in., tlie stock ot goods an
(i.xtures belonging to said firm, consisting o
Pry (ionds Clothing, Boots and Shoes, tiro
t i ncx. Hardware, and such other articles a
:i.ie kept "in country stores. Said stock
irocnls h ill be sold as a whole.
TkkmsopSai.K On a credit of 10 months.
Note unci good security bearing interest will
be it'nuircd, with option of purchaser to pay
c:i-h less 2 per cent off. 1 reserve the rij'ht
lo reject any and all bids. All persons in
debted to ssid firm are notified to come for
vm'iiI and male settleinnt in next .'it) days.
'I I i" Peeembi-r r-'b, i!n
J. C. BlI.Ey. Receiver.
Jewelry I Jewelry !
Jewelry! Jewelry! Jewelry!
Jewelry of every description, and
at reasonable prices, at J. C. M. Ross
Malaga Grapes at D. L. Brown's.
Fine Cranberries at D. O. Jen.
Wood and tin toys of all kinds at
Give your order for Christmas
cakes to the Bakery.
The merchants have had a lively
holiday trade this week.
Have you seen the handsome
dress goods at Jones Bros.'
Mr. llobt. Mauzey and wife, of
Jasper, were here Monday.
Faulkner & Son keep a nice line
of Gents' Jersey Overshirts.
Mr. J. S. Cooper ot Quebeck, was
here on business Thursday.
Enough snow fell here Tuesday
night to whiten the ground.
The Standard will make its
appearance next week as usual.
A choice line of Christmas can
dies can be found at the Bakery.
Overcoats cheap to close out by
the holidays. J. C. M. Boss & Sox.
--Mr. B. M. Atkinson is at home to
spend the holidays with his family.
See our line of Jewelry before
buying. J. C. M. Boss & Sox.
Holiday goods must go at some
price. RITCHEY & BOSTICK.
Evaporated California Apricots,
Peaches, and Prunes at the Bakery
-Stroud & Co., shipped a car load
of mules to Selma, Ala, last Tues-diiy.
Mr. John B. Biles went to Atlan
ta last Monday with a car load of
Velocipedes, doll buggies, and
wagons ot all kinds and prices at
For the choicest oranges, cocoa
nuts, raisins, nuts, etc, call on D. O.
A large line of picture frames
just received by W. S, Lively & Co.,
-A full line of Fireworks at Smartt
& Co's, Fire Crackers, Roman Can
Everything good to eat for
Christina will be found at D. 0.
Choice Crystalized Fruits at D,
L. Brown's, the rarest delicacies of
Smartt keeps everything
need for Christmas baking, and
See J. CM, Boss
show cases of beautiful
-Miss Sallie Faulkner left Wed
nesday for Alabama, to visit friends
for a few weeks.
Mrs. J. S. Boscoe of Walling,vas
in McMinnville shopping for a day
or two this week.
Mufflers of every description
suitable for Christmas presents at J
C. M. Ross & Son's.
Mr. I. II. Countiss and family
moved out to their country home at
Mr. Ed. Atkinson, a knight of
the road, is here to spend the holi
days with his parents.
A number of lodges, clubs, etc.
of McMinnville have special cal
meetings tonight (Friday.)
A beautiful assortment of Ladies
Pins in our line of Jewelry.
J. C. M. Roas A Sox.
Prices reduced on all plush goods
in order to close out our holiday
Stock. RlTCIIEY & BOSTICK.
See our line of Mufflers
Handkerchiefs before buying.
J. C. M. Ross & Sox.
D. O. Jenkins has a nice line
lamps, glass and queensware. Some
pretty goods for Christmas gifts.
Jones Bros have a nice line of
Christmas candies, oranges, and other
goods suitable for the holidays.
Kraut, barrel pickles, hominy,
grits, oat meal, and everything good
to eat at Smartt's. Free delivery.
The postoflice will be closed on
Christmas day excepting between
the hours of 8 and 0 a. m. and 1 and
Mrs. L. I). Ilickerson, Jr., of
Tullahoma, is here this week visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ram
sey. Mr. Victor Sanders and wife
went to Bell Buckle Tuesday to nt-
tend the funeral of an uncle of Mrs
Collier & Aqedgo are now offer
ing some extraordinary bargains in
shoes to close out their stock.
Collier & Arledge want a settle
ment with every customer on their
books by the first of January.
A full line of dry goods and gro
ceries at Jones Bro's. Call on them
n your rounds for holiday goods.
Prof. T. B. Furman and wife
came down from Monteagle one day
this week and will spend the winter
D. L. Brown will receive this
week a shipment of sixteen boxes of
oranges directly from the grove in
A new stock of Jersey pins, scarf
pins, and other novelties In jewelry
received by L. F. Jeanmaire this
Reserved seats for the Duncan
Clark Minstrel Show tonight (Fri
day) on sale at Ritchey & Bostick's
Mrs. Allie Oris wold returned
from South Pittsburg Tuesday, where
she had been visiting friends for
W. S. Lively & Co., still have on
hand a large assortment of rocking
chairs and fancy tables, in willow
and hard woods.
V. P. Faulkner & Son have a
large stock of Nickel plated, Steel
and Buttonhole Scissors, Pocket and
Pen Knives, cheap.
W. S. Lively has just received
and opened this week an elegant line
of photo albums, frames, etc., in vel
vet and plush goods.
Mr. Minims McGehee left Tues
day last for Birmingham, Ala., to ac
cept a position in the freight office of
the L. & N. Railroad.
-Mrs. F. R. Fleming arrived
from Arkansas Tuesday last, and
will spend the Christmas holidays
here with the family of her brother
in-law, Dr. W. II. Fleming.
Mrs. J. R. Biles will arrive from
Murfreesboro today. Her numerous
friends here will be glad to welcome
her to McMinnville again.
We don't want to keep any of
our Holiday goods and for the cash
will give bargains to get rid of them.
RlTCIIEY & BOSTICK.
Bisque, Kid, Wax and China
Dolls of every size at Smartt's. They
were bought to sell, and our low
prices are selling them.
Everything in jewelry, watches,
clocks and silverware at L. F. Jean-
maire's. Such articles make the
most acceptable Christmas presents.
It is said that there is more mon
ey in circulation among the farmers
of Warren county now than at any
time during the last four or five
Only a few days to sell them and
Ritchey & Bostick will sell Plush
Toilet Cases, Odor Cases, Manicure
Sets and anything in that line cheap
er than ever.
Mr. Townes, of Huntingdon,
West Tennessee, has been here sever
al days this week visiting his daugh
ter, who is attending school at C. F.
Mr. Ed. Bruster, of Pendleton
ville, Texas, came in last Saturday
on a visit to "the old folks at home,"
and will remain here until after the
The latest attraction in the min
strel line is Clark's combination of
female minstrels, who will give a
performance at the Opera House to
Rev. J. Munro, who now has a
position as telegraph operator on the
Cincinnati Southern Railroad, has
been here on a visit to his family
during the last week.
The telephone office was remov
ed to tho drug store of Ritchey &
Bostick some two cr three weeks ago,
and the line has been put in thorough
repair between this point and Nash
ville. Mr. W. W. Wallace returned
home from Chattanooga last Wednes
day. On Wednesday night he fell
from the steps leading out of the Era
office, and received some painful
The Standard's carrier boy will
call upon our local patrons whom he
serves on Christmas morning with a
neat calendar and address, and will
be thankful for any favors bestowed
Forty-seven loaded cars of freight
left the McMinnville branch for the
main line last Saturday and Sunday.
A long train of coal passed down Sun
day morning. The laying of steel
rails letween!McMinnville and Tul-
lahotiin will be completed next week,
and it is rumored that two mammoth
ten-wheel ensrincs will be put on this
line next year.
We arc 'arranging to display our vari
ous lines of goods and oiler some great
inducements to the trade.
Wc have placed orders for some fancy wood work
of several of the best on the market. These make nice
presents, and we will give good terms on them.
We have a line of Fancy
Notions, such as Silk Hand
kerchiefs, Silk Mufflers for
ladies and gents in a good
variety, Fancy Hosiery,
Gloves, Drapery, Scarfs,
Ornaments, Hugs, Fancy
Towels suitable for tidies or
decorating, Muffs, and lots
of pretty things for Christmas.
S0MB NOT DRESS G00DS&
in Flannels, Sackings, Ladies' Cloth, and
complete line of
From 15c to SB1.25.
-Wc are offering some jobs in-
in some short lots to close out and make room for fresh goods. Call
In and see us before buying. We have so many things we can't
give you an idea in a small space. Please pay your account by
Dec. 20th. Use Coats' Thread.
Bros & Co.
pilding, I oan i pavings
ZJ Li M
The Eleventh series in this Association was open
ed the 1st of December, and will close Jan. 1, 1891,
payments to be made from Dec. 1st. Shares in this
Association earn from 10 to 12 per cent per annum.
For shares in new series apply to
I. W. SMITH, Scc'y.
4k G0QD DEAL
Having bought the entire stock of goods belonging 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 sec for yourselves. Bring your spare change and pro
duce. :-: :-:
MEAD & DeBARD.
Mr. Richard Myers, a son of Mr.
Newton Myers, of this county, and a
brother of Mrs. W. W. Fairbanks of
this place, died in Texas on Thurs
day the 18th int., of typhoid fever.
The City School had a very en
tertaining program of public exercises
today (Friday,) after which school
closed for a week's holiday. The
bell will not tap for books again un
til Monday morning, Dec. 29th.
An advertisement appears in our
columns today of particular interest
to holders of lots in the new ceme
tery. Every one interested should
read the advertisement and give the
matter immediate attention.
Mr. Richard Reader and Miss
Callie Huntley were married while
sitting in their buggy, on Sparta
Street, last Sunday morning.by Elder
II. L. Walling. The happy couple
were tendered a most enthusiastic
charivari over in the factory settle
mwr.t on Monday night.
A more appropriate Christmas
present for your wife, mother or sis
ter cannot be found than the New
Dixie Cook Book. Copies can be ob
tained at the Standard office.
D. O. Jenkins' Christmas stock
of candies embraces everything in
that line from plain stick to the finest
French mixtures. You will find just
what you are looking for there.
Oranges, lemons, raisins, figs,
prunes, cocoanuts, citron, nuts of all
kind, oysters, sardines, flavoring ex
tracts, cheese, chocolate, canned
fruits and vegetables, and everything
nice for Christmas at Smartt's.
Mr. S. M. Gibson, who has been
with the Tennessee Woolen Mills for
a number of years, has made an en
gagement to travel next year for a
new grocery house of Nashville,
Messrs. Jackson, Matthews Harris.
Mr. Gibson leaves for Nashville
Christmas day to be initiated into his
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