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A NEWSPAPER OF TO-DAY; PUKE INTONE AND EXPRESSION; PROGRESSIVE IN ALL THINGS.
MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, FEB. 14, 1891.
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Seed potatoes at York's.
New Goods at Woraack's.
Country Kraut at Womack's.
New Valentines at Brown's.
Navy beans at A. M. Jones'.
Everything in the grocery line at
Snowflake Hominy, Grits, Oat
Meal, Mince Meat, Pickles, all fresh,
and delivered free by Smartt.
-Walter A. Thatch will remain In
the store with A. M. Jones, where he
will be pleased to see his old custom
ers at any time.
Smartt has just received a big
Nashville Banner, Feb. 11th: Mr.
Hughes Worke, traveling salesman
for a Louisville firm, and Miss Jen
nie Pauline Porter, daughter of Mr.
William Porter, were united in mar
riage at the residence of the bride's
parents, at Park Place, at 10 o'clock
yesterday morning. Only the mem-
stock of Tinware. Come and buy a bera of the family were present. Rev.
bucket of molasses or lard and get
your bucket at cost.
amaru sens the best lull cream
Tobacco and Cigars a specialty at cheese 15 cents, mince meat 10 cts,
xDlNING ROOM SETS,
East Main Street, - McMINNVILLE. TENN.
Dky Goods g Groceries,
CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
Wc carry a well elected line 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. JONE IIKOK,
East Main Street, McMINNNILLE. TEXN.
STOVES, TINWARE and HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
TIN, SHEET IRON and COPPER WARE.
A. M. Jones'.
Fresh groceries of all kinds at
Everything very low for cash at
A. M. Jones'.
Smartt has Just received a fresh
supply of candy.
Highest price paid for eggs by
A. M. Jones.
York has just received a nice lot
of sugar cured bacon.
Raven's Stock Powders kept by
A. M. Jones only.
Mrs. Wm. White visited Chatta
nooga this week.
A bunch of nic fresh lianannas
at the New York Store.
ine liarren lorK has been on a
big boom again this week.
Mr. D. Ii. Carson was in Nash
ville a day or two this week.
Comic and fancy Valentines
great variety at D. L. Brown's.
Mr. Geo. S. Stroud, has gone to
St. Louis this week to buy stock.
A new line of Dress Goods just
received at W. C. & B. F. Womack's.
Hay for sale and a dwelling
house for rent. Apply to D. Osborne.
will pay cash lor fatshoatsand cattle.
Evaporated California Peaches
and Apricots at W. C. & B. F. Worn'
We have had heavy rains every
day this week except Sunday and
Two lb. cans best brand Toma
toes and Pork's Best corn, 10 cents, at
A. M. Jones'.
Smartt keeps up with the times
and always keeps everything that
can be had to eat.
Listen: A cood O. K. Sugar 15
lbs. for one dollar, Granulaftd 11 lbs,
at A.M. Jones'. .
A large stocK or second crop
Early Rose Potatoes, for seed, at
Morford & Biles'.
A large stock of Tinware, Lamps,
and Glassware in general Just receiv
ed at Womack's.
I have now on hand a large stock of
Cooking and Heating Stoves,
which I will sell cheap for Cash, or
Sxcbgt fit Cm it 1st Cattle.
good tea 50 cts, tea dust 25 cts
everything else In proportion.
A New line of Cigars and
best stock of Tobacco in town.
our 25 cts a lb. tobacco.
Smartt A Co.
Fresh crackers, snow flake hom
iny, rice, salted crescent crackers,
cod fisli, mackerel, and other choice
table delicacies just received Rt D. L.
If rains continue as frequent dur
ing me jailer nan oi tins montn as
they have been throughont the first
nan iarmers win gel a luie start on
Miss Maggie Reed returned Mou-
d iy to take charge of the elocution
class at C. F. College for two or three
weeks, until the arrival of the uew
teacher in that department.
Mr. John M. Burger got the first
piece of pie from the Governor in this
county. He has the appointment of
Commissioner to taking the voting
population of the county,
J. D. Elkins, at the Warren
House office, has secured the agency
for the Nashville Banner, and will
have it delivered anywhere In town
by carrier at 10 cts per week.
A stock of our Never Rip School
tsnoesas Die as a Darn. They are
the best thing we can buy. We guar
antee every pair. Try a pair,
" W. C. & B. P. Womack.
Dr. G. T. Stainback left Wednes
day morning for Columbus, Miss., in
response to a telegram announcing
that Mrs. Stainback was quite ill.
All of the friends and acquintances of
the family here wish her a speedy re
Our spring shoes are in stock,
with our $2.50 Zeigler ladies' shoe in
the load. It's a shoe that can't be
beat. A $10 chromo for the man who
says he sells as good a shoe for the
W. C. & B. F. Womack.
Dr. Thos. Black and family
moved back to their old home in this I
place from Nashville last Wednes
day. They haven't been gone long
enough to become strangers, and
Sparta Expositor: Mr. John Biles their many friends are quite glad to
of McMinnville, was in Sparta last have them back again
week a day or two. We kindly request all those in
Mr. J. G. Reynolds has been at debted to us, either by account or
pointed Deputy Internal Revenuo
Collector at this place.
Try the Evaporated Peas, Oat
Meal and Snow Flake Hominy, 5
W. K. L. Smith, D. D., performed
the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Worke
left immediately after the wedding
on a bridal tour. The bride is an ac
complished young lady. The bride
groom was formerly a resident of
Jlogu and Cattle Wanted.
We want to buy all of the fit shoats
and fat cattle in Warren county, and
will pay the highest market prices In
McMinwville Hardware Co.
Ahead of Everybody.
A. M. Jones will not only deliver
his goods free in town, but will keep
a horse and buggy and send his lady
customers home also, and gentlemen
too, (when convenient.)
1). L. Brown has just received di
rect from New York a full stock of
seed Irish Potatoes of the four lead
ing varieties, viz: Peerless, Early
Rose, Burbank and Beauty of He
bron, and they are the finest we have
A Xew Firm.
A. M. Jones has bought the stock
of goods formerly owned by R. A.
Thatch and is receiving and opening
up a new stock of groceries at Thatch's
old stand on East Main Street. He
solicits and would appreciate a liber
al patronage from his friends in both
town and country.
Editor Standard: Will you
please allow me space in your col
umns to thank the white gentlemen
of McMinnville for their liberal con
tributions toward helping me in get
ting new benches for my church.
May God's blessings rest upon them
all. J. W. Tally.
Pastor A. M. E. Church.
At the Churches Tomorrow
Preaching by Elder II. L. Walling
at 10:30 a. in. and 6:30 p. m.
Rev. J. D. Murray jvill preach
usual at 11 a. m. and 6:45 p. m.
Dr. A. D. Phillips will preach
usual at 11 a. m. and 6:45 p. m.
Usual services morning and night
cents, at A. M. Junes'.
The McMinnville Hardware, Co.,
have on hand a big stock of the best
seed oats and seed potatoes.
note, to come forward and settle at
once. The time has come to purchase at usual hours by the pastor, Rev.
spring goods, and it takes money. T. Curry.
Those whom we. have indulged Cumberland Presbyterian.
should return the favor by paying Rev. J. T. Barbee will preach
when asked. Morford & Co. morning and night If he reaches here
A bear has taken ud an abode in before Sunday. In case of his no ar
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a cave on the bank of Barren Fork, a riva inere Wlil De " preacning in
A GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
A If ORFORD A BILES have reduced the price on South Bend Chilled Plowa from 50 cts
lTJ- to (1.50 on each plow, iliey are also agents lor the Chattanooga Chilled Plow, the
Leader in Low Prices. Morford & Biles guarantee every South Bend Chilled Plow, and
r verr Chattanooga Chilled Flow; to give perfect satisfaction, to be Light Draft and Per
fect 'Turning Plows, none better. Don't pay high prices for chilled plows, but save your
dollars by buying Warranted Plows from Morford A Biles at low prices. We have a large
Steel Plows and Repairs, Hardware, Groceries, Stoves,
Tennessee Wagons and Farm Implements,
AT TRICES TIIAT DEFY COMPETITION. CALL AND SEE OUR CHEAP PRICES.
Morford d Biles,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SEWING MACHINES,
OTHER XjIGIXT 2sX.A.CZIlT:CR"2
Every Piece of Work Guaranteed.
Shop in Jones Bros' Store, East Main Street, McMinhvllte, Tenn.
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Breakfast bacon, dried beef, lard, ber of shote w ere fire at it one day r for the followine report of weather
washviiie nour ana an other grades this week, but without bringing it observations, taken at his home about
of produce of all kinds at bmartt's. down. Considerable excitement has two miles from McMinnville. The
You should see D. L. Brown's been created among the people living observations were made between the
new stock or valentines, lie nas ' viuuuj. hours ore ana 7 o'ciock, a. m.
some which are beautiful works of At a meeting of the C F. College December. 1889 Highest tempera
art. Association Directors held Thursday ture G2, lowest 24, average for
York has a line of Eight Day afternoon, a subscription was started month 50. 22 cloudy days, 8 clear
December, 1890 Highest tempera
Clocks which he is selling very cheap.
If you are in need of a time piece call
Mr. James Lloyd, a lawyer and
real estate dealer of Chicago, is at the
Warren House here, recreating for a
Smartt receives goods every day
and you will always find everything
that can be had fresh, and they de
Miss Km ma Wood returned
home the first of this week from a
visit of several days to friends in
We can suit anybody in a hat.
The largest stock of mens' and boy's
hats we have ever bought. We
bought them cheap, so come and get
a hat. W. ('. Ii. F. Womack.
for a gymnasium and ten pin alley,
to be erected on the college campus
It will probably be built east of the
college building, and be made a neat
and ornamental structure. It will be
quite an acquisition to the college,
furnishing ample opportunities for
exercise and physical development.
As we stated last week, Mr. R.
A. Thatch has received an appoint
ture C5, lowest
2G, average for
month 36 45-100. 17 cloudy days, l.'l
clear, 1 fair.
January, 1890 Highest tempera
ture, 59, lowest 20, average for
month 4G 54-100. 21 cloudy day?, "
clear, 2 fair-.
January, 1891 Highest tempera
ment in the revenue service, and he ture G0, lowest 25, average for month
20 cloudy days, 10 clear,
has sold out his mercantile business
to Mr. A. M. Jones, who is already
lartrelv increasing the stock. Mr.
Jones is a pleasant, courteous gentle'
man, who will strive to supply the
wants of his customers in the minut
est particulars. He is also a firm be
liever in printer's ink, and this,
coupled with his strict application to
business, will soon build up lor him a
Gen. Sherman is dangerously ill at
his home in New York city, and not
expected to recover.
The actual work of clearing the
grounds for the World's Fair build
ings at Chicago began last Wednes