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8 SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAYS PR. .1890
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength nml wholesonu'iiesa. More
economical tiinn the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold in competition with the mul-
muue oi low test, Kliort weight nllum o.
piiospnnte powders. isuUl only in cans
Royal Hakiko Powder Co., lOii Wall St.,
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ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'RGEON.
Office with F. M. Smith, Esq.,
East Main Street McMincville, Tenn.
W. J. JOLLY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN and SPECIALIST.
Oflice at Residence, on West Main Street
J. M. BURGER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
unice in rotts mock, irout room over
Peoples National Bank.
"DR. M. ANDERSON
offers his professional services to the people
ui.iiuaiiiiiivlue ana vicinity.
Office in Potts Block, over Peoples Nation
al Bank, room formerly occupid by Drs.
Black & Ramsey.
Mr. Frank Colville has been In
Nashville this week as a witness be
fore the U. S. Court.
Try one of those new Hammock
Chairs at Ritchey & Bostick's. The
most comfortable thing out.
Dr. Phillips goes to Tullahoma
today, and will preach in the Baptist
church at that place tomorrow.
Mrs. Stokely Black of Lebanon,
arrived Monday and will spend sev
eral Veeks with relatives here.
Miss Lula Smartt and her guest,
Miss Gus Webb, were visiting friends
in town a day or two this week.
Mr. J. C. Partin left Wednesday
for Hustburg, West Tennessee, and
will be absent about two weeks.
Mr. J. P.Gartner has commenced
work on his new residence on the
corner of High and Oak Streets.
Mr. G. E. Bracey has been here
two or three days this week looking
after his well drilling machinery.
A large crowd of town and coun
try people left this point for Nash
ville last Monday , to attend Federal
Mr. D. B. Carson left Thursday
morning for Nashville to testify in
the Northcut case before the Federal
Mr. J. T. Potts is having the lot
in the rear of his Main Street block
of buildings enclosed with a new
For rent. The Bozeman resi
dence, in the north-west part of Mc
Minnville. Apply toW. A. Johnson,
Mrs. L. D. Hickerson, Jr., of
Tullahoma, is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ramsey, here
Mrs. Aggie Henderson, of Chat
tanooga, arrived eunesuay morn-
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Office over the
store of A. II.
'Gross, in Potts
McMINNVILLE, . TENN,
S , sailers. ?
Paint your house.
Feels like spring time.
Boneless Hum at West's.
Clean up your back yard. ,
See J. P. Gartner's new ad.
Dogwood trees are in bloom.
Fishing tackle is in demand.
A good week for gardeners.
McMinnville needs tin ice factory.
New spring suits will be out to
Afresh milk cow for sale by D.
Mr. J. C. Biles is in Nashville
, this week.
Clothing merchants are having a
Col. II. L. W. Hill was in town
Fine Lemons and Oranges at
D. 0. Jenkins'.
A fine lot of sugar cured hams on
hand at West's.
Everything in hshing tackle at
Ilitchey & Bostick's.
For hammocks and croquet sets
go to Ilitchey & Bostick's.
A town clock would be a good
institution for McMinnville.
Stroud & Co., are having an elec
trie light put in their stable.
Fishermen will find a full line of
superior tackle at Smartt & Co's.
Rev. Zeb. Bain, of Tracy City, is
visiting relatives here this week.
ine ouuook is promising lor a
large and early fly crop this year.
Dr. W. II. Fleming made a bus
iness trip to Tullahoma this week.
Two bunches of choice Banan-
nasjust received by D. O.Jenkins'.
The best candies and confections
can always be had at I). O. Jenkins'.
Snow Flake Hominy, something
new, cooks in 15 minutes, at R. A.
Miss Cam Hancock of Murfrees-
boro, is visiting the family of Mr.
Mr. Win. White made a busin
ess trip to Wartraco Tuesday, return
Mrs. Ewing Waterson left Tues
day last on a visit to friends in Nash
ville nd Louisville.
-Cracked Wheat, Oat Meal, N. O.
Svrup. and table delicacies of all
kinds at D. O. Jenkins'.
Mr. II. Rihm has made quite an
improvement to his home on Spring
Street ly a new Iront leuce.
Mr. John Burger is on a business
trip to Memphis and other West Ten
uessee points, and will be absent a
couple of weeks.
Messrs. D. B. Carson and J. G.
McGuire spent Monday night in
Murfreesboro, attending a Knights
The Standard job office is now
at work on the jiew catalogue for C
F. College, and will have it out in
about three weeks.
Messrs. Jas. S. Barton and S T.
O'Neal, of the McMinnville bar
went to rsashviiie Monday morning
to attend Federal Court.
In our rounds of the business
houses this week we notice a hand'
some line of new designs in lap dus
ters at W. S. Maddux & Co's.
For the choicest groceries, pro
visions and canned good, leave orders
with Smartt & Co. First-class goods,
lowest prices, and free delivery.
r or Tornado, wiud, storm, an
Fire Insurance Policies, apply to
B. Ritchey, Agent Phienix and ..Etna
Insurance Companies, of Hartford. 4
-Mr. Wm. White left this (Fri
day) morning for Brown wood, Texas,
on a business trip, and will be absent
about two weeks.
Messrs. W. T. Murray and ' W.
W. Fairbanks have formed a law
partnership, and occupy Mr. Murray's
office in Legal Row.
Mr. W. P. Collier has bought a
lot from Mr. J. Walling,on Thurman
Street, on which he will build a res
idence during the coming summer
Mr. Frank P. Smartt, after
spending four or five weeks anion
relatives in this county, left Satur
day last on his return to California.
Messrs. John Beech, B. J. Shaw
ver, and J. M. Lively, went up to
Cooper's Mill in White county this
(Friday) afternoon to select the luin
ber for Mr. Beech's new house.
Mr. Silence is building a cottage
residence on a new street recently
opened westward from Sparta street
near the residence of Mr. (). M. Thur
Mr. John Beech has commenced
building his new house on College
Street. It will be one of the hand
somest residences in town when com
pleted. The Elfin Star Comedy Co., were
well pleased with their week's re
ceipts here, aud will return for an
other engagement next fall we un
derstand. Miss Kate Lytle, who had been
visiting her sister here, Mrs. Colville,
was called home to Murfreesboro
Wednesday by a telegram announc
ing the serious illness of her sister
Miss Julia Lytle.
Mr. J. S. Doyle, who, in compa
ny with Mr. W. II. Magness, has
been touring Cuba and Mexico for
two months, returned home Thurs
day. Mr. Magness was detained in
Nashville a day or two.
Farmers and gardeners put in
good time during the bright days of
this week. The bulk of the corn
crop is unplanted yet, however, and
will be fully a month behind last
The new street through Mr. Jesse
W'alling's property, just south, of
his residence, from Spring to Sparta
Streets, was opened Wednesday.
The new street opens up a number of
desirable building lots.
J. C. M. Ross & Son have an ad
vertisement in this issue which will
interest consumers of clothing. All
of their odd clothing will bo placed
on a bargain counter and closed out
at manufacturer's cost.
Tullahoma Guardian : Mr.
James L. Loyd and wife,- formerly
of Warren county, but for many
years residents of Austin, Texas, ar
rived here Monday on their way to
McMinnville, and will remain sev
w.o. lively & Co., carry in
stock- a large assortment of sash.
doors, and blinds, and are agents for
the Tennessee Saw and Planing Mills
at Quebeck. They can fill promptly
orders for any quantity of finishing
Another special train from Sparta
ast Saturday, night brought down a
number of people to attend the thea
tre. Mr. R. P. Biles and wife were
in the party and remained here until
Monday morning, visiting friends
McMinnville Presbytery will
meet with the C. P. Church in this
place at 7 : 30 o'clock tonight (Fri
day). About forty ministers, ruling
elders and visitors are expected. All
of the local pulpits will be filled by
visiting ministers Sunday.
Our readers will find an adver
tisement of the new cash store of J.
M. Cunningham in this issue, and all
who favor him with a call will find a
fresh and attractive stock of well se
lected dry goods, shoes, notions, etc.
He offers extraordinary inducements
to cash customers.
The case against J. J. Northcut,
of this county, was called in the
Federal Court at Nashville Wednes
day evening. This is the case in
which 72 ten gallon kegs of brandy,
concealed in as many barrels of ap
ples, and consigned to Birmingham,
Ala., were seized at this place some
months ago by Revenue officials.
A meeting to start a Loyal Le
gion, or Temperance school, with
lessons, songs, etc., will be held in
the W. C. T. U. headquarters over
the store of Northcut & Silence Satur
day, May 3rd, 1890, from 3 until 4 p.
m. Everyone interested in the work
iscordially invited to come and bring
The may number of The Cosmo
politan is at hand, with a varied and
interesting table of contents. Two
great editors Henry Waterson and
Murat Halstead contribute articles
to this number, and it also contains
the second stage of Miss Bisland's
"Flying Trip Around the World."
Altogether it is a most excellent
number. As usual, it has several
profusely illustrated papers.
The Tennessee Woolen Mills
were turned over to the new com
pany last week. The machinery is
now undergoing repairs and will be
started up again in a week or ten
days. Mr. G. E. Cartwright, busin
ess manager, and Mr. B. P. Cantrell,
Secretary and Treasurer or the new
company, have been in Nashville
this week purchasing a stock of mer
chandise for the company's store at
The Republican county conven
tion held here last Saturday was ful
ly attended by Republicans from all
over the county. A county execu
tive committee oi oil members was
appointed, and delegates were select
ed to their gubernatorial and congres
sional conventions. The congression
al delegates were instructed for Hon
II. Clay Evans, and the conventien
expressed its preference for Hon
Geo. N. Tillman, for governor. A
motion prevailed to invite the con
gressional convention to meet in Mc
Scribner's Magazine for May is
on our table. Some of the prominent
papers in this number are "Some
Practical Results of Building ant
Loan Associations," "The Theatres
of Japan," "Glimpses of Napoleon in
1801," etc' The illustrations form an
excellent feature of this number. It
also carries the announcement that
the June number will contain Stan
ley's first article on his late expedi
tin through Africa, and will be il
lustrated by photographs taken by
Stanley along the route. This wil
be the only authentic account of Stan
ley's travels to be had.
Dry Goods, Notions; Hats, Shoes, Clothing, Carpets, Uphol
stories, Sewing Machines, etc., have just received a nice line
of spring goods, and ask the attention of the public , to them.
All new shades in ' !'
in the latest fabrics. A leader in
at 2a cents. All trimmings to match.
New Notions, New Shoes, New Sewing Machines,
ol A GREAT OFFER S
We have received a
large number of basque
patternSjtaken from the
which we will
Give as a PREMIUM
to all who purchase a
dress pattern during the
spring and summer.
Call and see us.
Our Viola letter for last week
reached us too late for publication,
and its news would be too stale for
this week. Correpondents will please
mail their communications so as to
reach us by Thursday at latest.
Letters for publication should be ad
dressed simply to Socthekx Stan
dard, and not to the editor person
ally, as in the latter case, if he should
be absent, they are sometimes not
Dr. W. II. Fleming has recived
and placed in position in his drug
store this week a handsome soda wa
ter fountain, with all of the latest
improvements. The fountain is one
of Matthew's wall paterns, made of
Tennessee marble, surmounted by a
large French plate mirror, and fin
ished in silver and burnished brass.
Dr. Fleming will keep on tap this
summer not only the best soda, but
two or three popular mineral waters
Mead & Ritchey will pay 4 to 41 cts
for hens for a few weeks to supply
some orders they have, delivered at
their produce house. 2t.
We Mean Business.
All accounts due us must be settled
at once. Wre are going out of busi
ness and our books must be closed.
S. T. Wtest & Co.
For Sale oi' Exchange.
A Walter A. Wood self-binding
reaper, with bundle carrier.truck and
everything . complete wili be sold
cheapor exchanged for live stock.
For particultas apply at this office.
Miss Mai Comer has opened a dress
making establishment at her home
on Rosebud Avenue. She will have
a competent corps of assistants, and
will take orders for all kind.! of fine
More lioom for the City Sehooln.
In the last monthly report of Prof. .
J. G. Meadows, Superintendent of
the City Schools, to the Board of Ed
ucation, he says:
"I was forced to refuse admittance
into the Primary School (Miss Stain
back) to three pupils, because the
building has as many as can be com
fortably seated and managed by one
"The health of the white pupils is
in the main good but, I call your at
tention to the injurious effects of the
stairways, upon puny children, crip
ples and young girls budding into
"There can be no doubt but so
much climbing of steps as our build
ing necessitates is very damaging to
such pupils as I have named.
"The time has now come when we
must begin to agitate the question of
enlarging our buildings.
"I would impress the fact upon you
that our greatest need is (mother
large, airy, ivell-lighted school-room,
and I think it would be better to have
two to prpvide against possible needs
in the near future. The school pop
ulation of this town has increased
about 45 since I came to the place,
mostly by people moving into town.
The necessity of better accommoda
tions In the city schools is daily in
If our city schools are to be main
tained in their usefulness and effi
ciency, additional room is an absolute
necessity, and the Board f Mayor
and Aldermen should take early
action in the premises, in order to
be ready for the fall session.
All persons are hereby warned not
to buy or trade for a . note given by
me to Jas. Bianchet and Thos. Car
penter, for $51.00, dated April 1st,
1800. T.J. ILvx R ins.
C. S. Gordon, a farmer in Indiana,
has a Jersey cow, less than thirteen
months old giving milk. Weight of
the cow, 4i0 pounds, of the calf 3."
Nashville Banner: The candidate
who poses as the best friend of the
dear people when he wants office and
who lobbies against the dear peo
ple when he wants fees, is not the
kind of friend that the people should
honor with office.