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SOUTHERN ' STANDARD MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE-SATURDAY, JUNE 90
This powder never varies. A marvel of
luirity, strength and wholesomcness. More
economical tlian the ordinary kinds, and
cannot lie sold in competition with the mul
titude of low test, short, weight nllum or.
phosphate powders. Sold onh in mm
Koyai. Making Powdkr Co.. li)t Wall St.,
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
rilYSICf AN and sniGKON,
Will be found at his drug store at all houif
unless professionally absent.
ALBERT SEITZ, M. D
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'KGKON.
Oilice with V. M. Smith, Et,..,
East Main Street McMinr.ville, Tenn.
w. j. jollyTm. d.,
PHYSICIAN and SPECIALIST.
Offiee at Residence, on West Main Street
J. M. BURGER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Ofliee ill Potts Iiloek, front room over
Peoples National Hank.
DR. M. ANDERSON
offers his professional services to the people
ofMcMiunville and vicinity.
Office in Potts Block, over Peoples Nation
al Hank, room formerly occupid by Drs.
Black & Ramsey.
Q. 1 Ci'qiq.B.D.S.
Office over the
store of A. II.
"Gross, in Potts
Morrison, June Hi, IS'li). We have
a good Sunday School carried on liere
The carpenters are now at work on
Mr. Ed. Davenport's new dining
room. Mr. Win. Darnell, of Manchester,
was here today. We arc glad to
know that he is improving in health.
Estoll, little son of Dr. P. K. and
Mrs. Mollie Carson, died here hint
Thursday. They have the sympathy
of the entire community.
among his old friends, after nn nb
sente of five months atTerrill Col
lege. The first word upon the tongue of
most every one is, "did you ever see
so many flies? The flies will take the
place ! The flies will eat me up !"
The preparations are being' made
slowly, but surely, for the graded
school building at this place. Just
let everybody realize the great need
of such an institution, and then go to
work with willing hearts and hands,
and the work will soon be done.
Prof. II. B. Evans is mixing around
and looking a little thin for the past
Miss Jennie Broyles leaves today
for her home in White county.. She
lias made many friends and acquain
tances during her short stay on
Hum needed here.
Mr. Tom Cummings went to
Woodbury Monday on business.
Mrs. llobt. Campbell, who has been
quite ill, is improving.
Wheat harvest is about over, and
whe.fc is almost an entire failure.
Oats are not very promising.
Mr. Ileuben Cotton came heme
from Decherd last week, where he
has been working at his trade.
Mr. Edward Davenport and famN
ly, of Morrison, were visiting in this
vicinity Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. T. K. Kennedy died yester
day morning. Her remains will be
interred this evening at three o'clock
at Wilson's Chapel cemetery.
A Hasty Marriage.
A Chattanooga special of the ICth,
to the Nashville Banner, reads : Miss
Annie Jones, daughter of Rev. Sam
Jones, the noted evangelist, ran away
last Christmas with Prof. Will Gra
ham and was married to him in
Chattanooga. A great deal of gossip
was occasioned at the time of the
elopement which was sensational.
The hasty marriage has been repent
ed of and the couple separated. It is
reported that Prof. Graham intends
to sue for a divorce.
The Crops in Danger.
The following conversation between
two country negroes was overheard
yesterday afternoon in front of the
Electric Car Company's office oh Ce
dar street. One of them said : "'Itas
tus, putty soon dey won't be no po'
white trash to 'tend de craps out in
"Why's dat, Hannibal?"
"Well, you see most on 'em is coin-
in' to town to work on dese here
likerish kyars, an' dem whut can't
git jobs on 'em stays here to ride."
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining In the Postoflice at McMinn
ville, Tenn., for the week ending June l!i
which will be forwarded to the Dead Letter
office if not called for in 30 days.
Davis, Miss E.R.
Darling, N. Y.
Wilmington, Rev T A
By order of the P. O. Department, One
Cent must be collected on all advertised
letters. Parties calling for auy of these let
ters will please say "Advertised."
Ed. J. Wood, p. M.
Stanley Appointed Governor.
London, June 18. A dispatch
to the Pall Mall Gazette- from its
correspondent at Brussels says that
Henry M. Stanley has been appoint
ed by King Leopold Governor of the
Congo State. Mr. Stanley will as
sume the duties of the office in lsi)l.
Irving College, June IS, lS'Jo We
are having pleasant sunshine and
showers and corn is growing finely.
Oats are not as good in general as was
expected some weeks ago. While
some fields are very fine others are
ruined by "oat lice," and still others
by rust. Grasses and meadows are
looking well. If farmers could only
realize that grasses an always the
surest crop ai.d would prepare their
ground and sow more of it they would
no doubt reap a greater reward for
Rev. Wiley Itutledge of Beech
G rove, stopped all night with us en
route to Doyle College, whither lie
goes to attend the examination exer
cises, lie preached a very interest
ing sermon at Hebron last night.
Mr. U. S. Vanhooser was in our
midst yesterday wanting enough
votes to make him sheriff of Warren
Mrs. Mathia Bullen of Hickory
Creek, was visiting her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Carroll Parks, last Sunday.
School at the college closes Friday
June 27th. Concert Thurday and
Dibretl, Tenn., June 17, ISiH) Very
warm weather and dry. Corn still
growing well. Exceedingly fine
weather for haying, and by the way,
we think it but the part of wisdom in
the farmer to save every sprig that it
is possible ; it will be needed before
another crop is grown.
Prof. A. J. Trail has returned from
Decherd, where he had been in at
tendance at the Terrill College for the
past two and a half months.
Mrs. Betty Vanhooser, an aged
widow, died at her quiet little home
near here la.t week.
Mr. Iiobt. Womack is circulating
W It? W
The representatives of the Democ
racy of the 10th Senatorial district,
composed of the counties of Cannon,
Warren, DeKalb and Putnam are
hereby called to meet in convention
in Woodbury, at 10 a. m. on
Tl'ESDA Y, Arc; u.st 12th, lS'JO,
to select a candidate to represent the
district in the State Senate and to
transact such other business as may
properly come before the convention.
This June 10th, 1800.
Wm. W. Wallack,
Ch'm Dem. Ex. Com., loth Sena
My wife,, M. V. Gillentiue, having left my
bed and board without any provocation on
my part, this is to forewarn all persons from
crediting her on my account, as I will not
be responsible for any debts contracted by
her. This June 16, 1890.
J. A. GlI.I,KXTIXK.
John L. Sullivan was on a big
drunk in Washington this week.
The Nashville & Knoxville Hail-
road will be in operation to Cooke
ville by the 1st of July.
A local election on a hog law was
field in Lebanon last Saturday, and
the hog was voted out, 184 to 10!!.
It is reported that an English syn
dicate is trying to buy up all of the
tobacco warehouses of Louisville, Ky.
The Union county convention,
held Tuesday instructed four votes
for Baxter and one for Patterson.
Henry M. Stanley was married in
London on the 1-th, to Miss Dorothy
Two thousand cigar makers and
packers of New York are out on a
Mr. J. G. Aydelott of Tullahoma,
has purchased the Daisy Coal mines,
for the sum of $21,000.
Prof. Hutchinson, a ballonist, fell
from a height of about 7-5 feet at
Knoxville hist Saturday and received
Miss Mary Anderson, the popular
actress, was married in London last
Tuesday morning to Mr. Antonio
DeXavaro, of New York.
The rivers and harbors bill appro
priates three and a half million dol
lars for improvements of the Missis
An English concern has offered the
State of Louisiana $1,2.30,000 annually
for the same franchise the Louisiana
State Lottery is applying for.
Gen. W. II. Jackson has purchased
the half interest of his brother Judge
Howell E. Jackson, in the Belie
Meade farm, and is now sole owner
of that magnificent property.
Adjt. Gen. Laps 1). McCord has
issued an order for the assembling of
the state encampment of the national
guard at Chattanooga June 20, 1800.
Arrangements for drills for prizes
have been arranged by the committee
on entertainment on the 3d, 4th and
jth of July.
Direct to customers from
liciuliiiiai'ters, at whole
6.i I o price. All goods
gitaratitccil. No iiiouev
usked until instrument'
aro received and fully
tinted. Write us before
puivliaslnc An invest
ment of 2 cts.may aave you many dollars. Address
Jesse French Pianos Organ Co,,
DO you want clean hands ind faces. We have opened
and placed on our counters this week the following
lot of drummer's samples, which we are selling at wholesale
prices. Come at once and sec them.
200 PK IRSOF TOWE L-S.-fr-
We start them at '2U: You ought see those we sell at 10,
12 i, and 15 cents. We have a very lare assortment at 17 A
and LM) cents. Fine decorating towels at 30c, 40c, :.r(K He,
00c, nnd'on'trtiyl.00. '
40 DOZEN FINE LINEN NAPKINS 1
from 07ic to $3.7o. Most of these goods are large size and. a
white! They are marked at just what they are' worth at tl
A- -NICE- -LINE- -OF- -TABLE- -COVERS-"
from (we to $2.00. Thev arc 2 and 2h vards long, and vcrv
30 MKRSEILL9S QUILTS 30
We begin in quilts at G7ie and run them to .$3.00. Now is
the time to get something beautiful, and now is the time you
Wc have put all our LADIES' VESTS at 2o Cents. Only
a few left.-
Wc have just placed a WINDOW SHADE order that will enable
us to fit any window not over 4(j inches wide, at low prices.
We put them up in city limits.
We have taken the agency for a
5HL-ADIBS' $2.00 AND $2.50 SII0E)
Call and sec them. They promise to lignrc prominently in
the shoe department. Sizes from 2 to 0.
We Handle J. & P. Coats' Thread.
Tembmmm mms & Co
New Spring and Summer
OUR stock is now complete in every department, and we are prepared to give our customers the advantage of the
j LOWEST PRICES FOR BEST COOPS. &
We have an unusually fine display of Summer Lawns, Challies,rrins, "White Goods, etc., with all necessary
trimmings. We have a full stock ef
fflZBIG-LBE BEOS' SHOES,l
' Also other popu'ar makes. We can please every taste in this line.
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT
As usual is supplied with a full stock of Fresh Family Groceries and Household Supplies.
Kvervbody inviteu to come anu see us ,
"W. O- &d IB. IF1. WOZMLA-CJIK:
Oijposite Warren House, - - McMinnville, Tenn.
T. II. KASTWOOD,
I), n. ( ARSON.
EASTWOOD BROS & GlieSQIl, .
-Manufacturers of The Giant Gaue MUM
IllOX COLUMNS, LINTELS, FENCING, GRATES g FRONTS,
FURNACE GRATE BARS, STOVES, DOG IRONS,
HOLLOW WARE, VENTILATORS,
Brass Goads,-Flow Repairs, Etc.
! mmi mimm 01 m inn bob. ok mu hqiige,
STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS,
AND MILL SUPPLIES IN GENERAL.