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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE-SATURDAY, JUNE 28, i89o
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A crenm of tartar baking powder. High
est of all in leavening strength.-1 S.
('over nine ill Report, Aug. 17, 188!'.
W.'H. MOORE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN nml SUKOEON,
Will be found nl lit- drug store at all hours
unless )rofessi(v;i!!y nli-rnt.
ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.,
I'll YSICIAN'ANI) SURGEON.
Ofliee with F. M. Smith, Esi.,
East Main Street.
. MeMinrville, Tenn,
; PHYSICIAN and SFIXIAUST.
Otlioe at Resilience, on AN est Main Street
J. M. BURGER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
(Jlhee in Tolls liloek, front room over
I'eoples National hank.
DR. M. ANDERSON
offers his professional services to the people
otMcMinimllc and vicinity.
Office In Potts Mock, over Peoples Nation
al Bank, room formerly occupid by Drs.
Black & Ramsey.
Office over the
store of A. II.
'Gross in .Potts
Irving College, June 2", 18!M)
Farmers are very busy now 'making
hay while the sun shines.
We hail an excellent rain
evening. In some
amounted to a pretty
Mr. and Mrs. . J as. Hughes of Viola
arc visiting relatives anil menus in
Miss Marvin Garretson of Viola
lias been visiting her uncle and aunt
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Parks, the past
week, and will remain over till after
the examination Friday.
Mrs. Lizzie Mctcalf ol Sparta, is
among the visitors this week. She
will remain some time.
Miss Maggie Stewart, formerly of
White county, but now of California
after a visit of two months to her
old home near Doyle, is spending a
week or two with Miss Jessie Martin
and other friends in this community
Mr. Carrol Parks killed a fat pig
yesterday, lie will doubtless have
visitors in the near future.
Capt. W. (i. inter says he has as
tine a garden as any one in the coin
munity. The Captain is electioneer
ing for visitors also
Mr. Kaler of Peersheba, has been
spending a few days with his son-in
law. Mr. 1'. S. Cas:le. They went
liahing Monday but I will not tell
how many fish were caught.
Mr. Charley Pames, who has been
making his home at Sommerville,
( ia., the past year, has returned home
to stay. His many friends are glad
to welcome him back.
John M. Lockwood, of Sturgis,
Mich., has a rare specimen of a freak
of nature. It is a little lamb which
walks on its front feet only, its hind
feet not touching the ground. It is
quite a lively little animal, and fol
lows the rest of the flock all over the
firtd. It la quite a curiosity, and
presents an amusiug appearance as it
stands or runs around the lot balanc
ing itself on its front feet.
A ten-year-old negro girl at Gads
den, last Sunday, becoming enraged
at her two-year-old brother, stran
gled him to death and threw his
body into a briar thicket. The girl
acknowledged the crime and said she
was sorry of it.
A strike on the Illinois Central
Railroad is in full blast and unless
the matter is compromised In a day
or two it is feared that the Southern
division will he in a strike from Cai
ro to New Orleans. Everything is
reported to le very quiet.
FULL OF FON.
Sho "I would't- marry you for
$20,000." Ho "But I have $50,000."
Sho "O, well, that's different " Terro
"I say, conductah, how come9 it
that wo'vo reached ouah destination
half a minuto late." "Front end of
train's on time. Rear end's alius Into."
Modlcal Professor "What great
art must every physician master be
fore ho can succeed?" Smart Student
"Tho art of concealing his ignorance."
"Mr. Benson, I wuz much pained
ter hcah ob de suddin death ob vcr
wife. Did doy hoi' a post-mortem
'zamination?" "Doy did, sail, Mr.
Willis; but dey dind't hoi' it till arter
she diod. Fool doctuh miffhter lenowed
ha couldn't subo her lifo den." Time.
"O, Goorgo," she murmured, "I
know you aro strong and will protect
mo, yet evon now, ns we recline in this
swinging hammock, I am surrounded
by fear." "Fear, my darling!" said
George De Romelvy, "what fear can
surround you?" "Atmosphere." sho
chuckled, and the hammock broko
down to punish her. Lawrence Amer
"Do you lcnuw," said Do Clott,
"Unit wlum I was a, small boy I was
saved by a blow. I became suddenly
uuniv'ic'is. and father, believing that
I was shamming, applied a shingle with
great vigor." "A lick, sir, of life,"
said the oliiec boy, softly, as ho shooed
the cockroaches out of tho paste-pot.
W Rshinglon Capital.
"That's your child, uncle?" asked
the station-house keener. "Yesser.
Leas' hi oughter be." "Mighty bow
legged." "Yesser," admitted the old
man, "hit does look sorter dat way,
boss." "Natural deformity?" "No,
sail; ho was jes born dat way." At
"Leading statistician assert that
more persons annually choke to death
while eating in England than aro
killed on English railroads." It must
bo terribly monotonous to "annually
choke to death," but probably it Isn't
so troublesome after one eets accus
tomed to it. else there wouldn't bo
many who prefer it to being smashed
to pieces on a railroad and cremated
afterward. Boston Transcript.
Book Agent "I have a valuable
work hero, entitled "How to Strength
en tho Memory." Can't I sell you a
copy? Smithson "Strengthen the
memory? No. My memory is all
right. But I wish you would call on
Brownlej'. four doors below, and tell
him I told you to call. I loaned him
twenty-five dollars three months ago,
and ho said he'd pay me on tho follow
ing Saturday night. I haven't seen
tlie money yet, and 1ns memory must
bo in a terrible condition. Ho should
have a copy of your boolc, right away."
N. l. Lodger.
Well. Sam, 1 hour you went to a
picnic last v.voii. "les; bat 1 cant
realize it." "Wasn't it a good pic
nic? ".o; it was a failure. No
young man wiih light trousers sat
ilowu in the eu.slard pie: th-3 hammock
didn't break, and none of the young
ladies got a caterpillar down her neck.
Besides that, there wasn't a Singlo ant
in the preserves. Altogether. I think
I never attended a more dismal pie
nie." Merchant Traveler.
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
n Woodbury, at 10 a. m. on
Ti-ksday, August 12th, 1800,
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, 1890.
Win. W. Wallace,
Ch'm Dem. Ex. Com., 10th Sena
IN 'At- W- 'J'f
imtM iM.aii ! in aw in
Ground .was broken this week on a
new railroad from Morristown to
Elizabethton, in the Eastern end of
President Harrison is a philosoph
ical prophet and decided, it is said,
not to be a candidate for defeat.
President Harrison has a level head
at times. Philadelphia Times.
A large number of employes of the
Illinois Central Railroad are on a
strike, and the South will be largely
affected, as the line extends down
through West Tennessee to New Orleans.
An old saying goes: "Know thy
self," and the reason the advice is
not more generally followed is that
some men want to be mighty partic
ular about tho acquaintances they
Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint.
Is it not worth the small price ol To
cents to free yourself of every symp
tom of these distressing complaints.
If you think so call at our store and
get a bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer.
Every bottle has a printed guarantee
on it. Use accordingly, and if it does
you no good it will cost you nothing.
Sold by W. II. Fleming. 5
Oh, What A Cough.
Will you heed the warning. The
signal perhaps of the sure approach of
that more terrible disease, Consump
tion. Ask yourselves if you can af
ford for the sake of saving 00 cents,
to run the risk and do nothing for it.
We know from experience that Shi
loh's Cure will Cure your Cough It
never fails. This explains why more
than a Million Bottles were sold the
past year. It relieves Croup and
Whooping Cough at once. Mothers
do not be without it. For Lame
Rack, Side or Chest, use Shiloh's Po
rus Plaster. Sold by W. II Fleming-
O you want clean hands and faces. We have opened
and placed on our counters this week the following
lot of drummer's sample, which we are selling at wholesale
prices. Come at once and see them.
We start them at 2k You ought see those we sell at' 10,
l'2h, and 15 cents. We have a very large assortment at 17i
and 20 cents. Fine decorating towels at MOc, 40c. o()c, oU;
00c, and on to $1.00.
40 DOZEN FINE LINEN NAPKINS i
from G7ic to $3,7o. Most of these goods are large size and all
white. They are marked at just what they are worth at the
A- -NICE- -LINE -OF- -TABLE-COVERS-
from Goc to $2.00. They are 2 and 2h yards long, and very
30 MKRSEILL9S QUILTS 30
We begin in quilts at (7ic and run them to $3.00. Now is
the time to get something beautiful, and now is the time you
We have put all our LADIES' VESTS at 2" ( "cuts. Only
a few left.
We have just placed a WINDOW SHADE order that will enable
us to fit anv window not over 40 inches wide, at low prices.
e put them un in citv limits.
We have taken the agency for a -
3H LADIES' $2.00 and $2.50 SHOE 1(4
Call and see them. They promise to fignre prominently in
the shoe department. Sizes from 2 to 0.
We Handle J. & P. Coats' Thread.
'80S & -CQ
New Spring- and Summer
The Ylrw.i T 11 Clilntuo ImUutor of the
There is but, little bud luck in the
world, b t there is a heap of bad man
agement. Quo trouble Dinkey us forget a thou
Vicu si in us in pleasure, but virtue
consoles in pain.
Nothing kenps n man from gaining
knowledge and wisdom like thinking
he has both.
Man can not become perfect in a hun
dred years, but lie can become corrupt
in less than one.
Tight your own battles and ask no
favors, and you will succeed better
than one who is always beseeching aid.
Kind words cost nothing, and they
are easier lo use than any other.
The best way to look at a friend's'
faults is to abut both jour eyes.
Courage is always greatest when
blended with modesty.
' Which Is the best stories? That de
pends. When you are tolling them,
the long ones; when you aro listening,
the short ones.
The liar wants to knock you down if
you doubt his word. The honest man
will stop to reason matters.
A student, Hsked by a professor how
he would discover a fool, answered:
"By the questions he would ask."
Some people resemble a brook they
are always murmuring.
When a man's skeleton is placed by
a monkey's there are stronger points
of resemblance than of difference.
Obstinacy is the heroism of little
Doctrines are of use onlasthey are
practiced. Men may go to perdition
with their heads full of truth. Chica
Sunstrokes and prostrations from
heat are reported from, many cities.
Two deaths occurred in Kansas City
from this cause Monday.
, The Purvis, Miss., crand jury ha
returned a verdict ajainst John L.
Sullivan for prize fighting in tha.
Clotnincr. Boots ana
- ' C?' "
OCR stock is now complete in every department, and we are prepared to give our customers the advantage of the
g LOWEST PRICES FOR BEST COOPS, $3
We have an unusually fine display of Summer Lawns, Challlcs, Prints, White floods, etc., with all necessary
.trimmings. We have a full stock of
(ZEIG-LEE BEOS' SHOES, '
Also other popular makes. We can please every taste in this line. (
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT
As usual is supplied with a full stock ol l resn ianuiy urocenun mm mm.-... ulT-,v,.
Everybody invited to come and see us
"W. G. &c IB. IF- WOMj-OIK:
Opposite Warren House, - - McMinnville, Tenn.
T. II. EASTWOOD,
D. 11. CARSON.
EftSTWQQO BROS & CUR
-Manufacturers of The Giant Eane MilM-
IHOX COLUMNS, LINTELS, FENCING, GRATES J FRONTS,
FURNACE GRATE BARS, STOVES, DOG IRONS.
HOLLOW WARE, VENTILATORS,
Brass Goods, Plow Hopairs, Etc.
r -tDEALERS IN-
STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS,
AND MILL SUPPLIES IN GENERAL.