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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY JULY ,1890
A cream of tartar baking powder,
est of all in leavening strencth.
Oorrrnmrnt Report, Aug, 17, 1889. .
IUYK0N & BAKER,
Surveyors and Civil Engineers,
Ofln t Potts P.loek,
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Will be found at his drug store at all hours
unless professionally absent.
ALBERT SEITZ," M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office with F."M. Smith, Esq.,
East Main Street McMiunville, Tenn.
W. J. JOLLY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN and SPECIALIST.
Office at Residence, on West Main Street
J. M. BURGER, M. D.
' PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Office in Potts Block, front room over
Peoples National Bank.
DR. M. ANDERSON
offers his professional services to the people
ofMcMinnville and vicinity.
Office in Potts Block, over Peoples Nation
al Bunk, room formerly occupid by Drs.
Black & Ramsey.
Office over the
store, of A. II.
'Gross in Potts
Irving College, July 2, ls'10 Ev
erything is quiet on the river this
Partners generally are very anxious
about tho weather, some fearing a
continued drouth. Crops in pertain
localities on the river are very
much damaged already on account of
the drouth, while in other localities
they are damaged very little or none.
Farmers in thi? part of the county
are generally well pleased with the
nomination of Buchanan for govern
or, at least so far as I have heard. Of
course he is not tho choice of every
Democrat in this or perhaps any oth
er community ; but they will support
him all ths .nunc. Many in this
community are more enthusiastic in
his support than they have been in
the support of any one for a similar
position in a long while. We are
ready to shout with them, "Hurrah
for Buchanan !"
Dr. M. T. Mowely and wife of
Texas, are on a visit to Mrs. Mowe
ly's father, Dr. Y. C. Dames. They
will remain, probably, several weeks
during the warmer days of summer.
It seems that the Invincible Club
has reorganized. They swooped
down on our old friend Mr. G. V.
Parks yesterday and destroyed about
all the eatables on his table, although
they were very plentiful. They have
notified Mrs. Lou Parks they will be
at her house today, and they are al
ready gathering this early In the
morning, 9 o'clock. They have also
notified Mr. W. J. Hill that they
will clean him up tomorrow. Mr.
Carroll Parks is president of the in
stitution, G. F. Wagner, vice-presi
dent, and W. J. Hill, secretary.
Ben Lomond Items.
Den Lomond, July 24, 1890 The
1 most interesting thing we have to
think and talk abowt, is the recent
fine rain, which we were so anxious
to see long before this. It must have
been general, extending over a large
area of country. Farmers are cer
tainly very happy to see it.
still quiet here. We expected Dr
Stainback with his family and others
t d.iy, but the glorious rain prevent-
til them from enjoying their pic nic.
Hope they may come another day in
the near future.
We are now clearing off the under
brush of our vacant lots here, and
suggest now a9 a good time for others
who have lots here to clear off
the underbrush in readiness for cot
tages. It might be well for the Ben
Lomond Company to clean up some
of their lots, if they desire to sell
them. The expense of grubbing and
piling the underbrush is small per lot
It would Improve the appearance of
the property very much to clear out
Mr. Sam Ilennessee, a candidate,
passed this way yesterday, the first
candidate that has favored us with a
call since we have been here. We
were glad to see and shake hands
with him. He, like most candidates,
thinks he will get there, and will if
he gets votes enough.
Since the rain the atmosphere has
been very clear, and the view from
here unusually interesting. With
tho aid of the glaas we can almost
distinguish persons walking'on your
A Slander on West Tennessee.
The Nashville Herald reports the
following amusing incident to have
taken place in the Iiegislative hall
while the convention was in session
at Nashville last week:
"Capt. M. II. Gammon cnairman
of the Anderson . county delegation,
was asked by four West Tennessee
delegates, who was that 'man that
was trying to keep the convention
quite. The captain saw he could
have some fun, and told them it was
James D. Richardson.
"Where is he from?" was the ques
tion asked by one.
Said the clever captain: "Why,
don't you know? He is sent all over
the country to hold Democratic con
ventions by'the government."
"Is he?" one said.
"Yes," was the reply, "and he is
allowed $15 per day, but the conven
tion has him to pay, and I am round
calling on all delegates to 'chip In,'
as Richardson will not call the con
vention to order tonight until he is
paid, and each delegate will have to
pay 75 cents." . ,
They looked at each other,, -and one
remarked 'I haven't got but 50 cents,
and here that is," handing t over.
Another fellow handed over 25 cents.
The captain seeing they were tak
ing it seriously, handed each one
back his money. Then they drew
their bottles on the captain and offer
ed a treat, which was refused as he,
unlike most delegates didn't drink."
Arsenic and Potash Three Times a
Day for Twenty-Five Years.
I have been taking S. S. S. (Swift's
Specific), and feel it to be my duty to
state its results, that others who are
similarly affected may profit by my
experience, and be relieved of their
sufferings. I had suffered for a long,
long time with what the doctors call
ed Herpes, an eruption of the skin
forming scales and blotches which
was horrible to endure. Uiyler the
advice of physicians I took 30 drops
of Fowler's Solution of Arsenic every
day for 25 years besides many other
kinds of medicines, without a cure. I
have been taking S. S. S., for about
two months, and the eruption and
unpleasant symptoms have all disap
peared, and I am continuing it to
completely root it out of my blood,
which I am confident it will do; and
what it has done for me I am sure it
will do for others, for there are thous
ands of such cases all over the coun
try which resist all other treatment.
I have lived hero in my present busi
ness for 22 years.
R. It. ROUS' K,
Dealer in Machinery,
31 and ,13 West Maryland Street,
1 Indianapolis, Indiana.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseseas
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.
ItEPOHT OF THE CONDITION'
National Bank of McMinnville,
McMinnville, in the'State of Tennessee, at Ih
c!oe of buxi nets July 18, 1S!0.
Loans and discounts $1
U.S. Bonds to secure circulation..
Due from approved reserve agents
Due from other National Banks...
Banking house, furniture and
Other real estate and mortgages
Current expenses and taxes paid
Bills of other Banks
Fractional paper currency.nickles
Redemption fund with U.S Treas
urer, (5 percent of circulation)
Capital stock paid iu $ 70,000.00
Surplus fund 41,300.00
Undivided profits 8,608.52
National Bank notes outstanding 18,000 00
Individual deposits subject to
Certified checks 41.05
Due to other National Banks 1,021.84
Due to'State Banks and Bankers 135.42
State of Tennessee, County of Warreu, ss:
I, Jesse Walling, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemuly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
Jesse Walling, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me' this
25th day of July 1890.
W. A. Johnson, Notary Public.
J. S. Harrison, )
W. II. XlAGNKSS.Jr. Directors",
Wm. Houciiin, J
ItEl'OUT OF THE lOXIHTIOX
Peoples National Bank
McMinnville, in the State of Tennessee, at the
close ofbusine July Wh, 1890.
Loans and discounts $121,115 69
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 342 18
U. S. Bonds to setiure circulation 15,000 00
Due from approved reserve ageuts 7,375 62
Due from other National Bauks... 48,627 09
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures, 1,000 00
Current expenses and taxes pai J... 24 75
Premiums paid fKK) 00
Bills of other banks 4,800 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and cents 8 52
Specie 6,820 00
Legal-tender notes 2,000 00
Redemption fund with U.S. Treas
urer, ( 5 per cent of circulation), 675 00
Seven Were Pardoned.
Gov. Taylor has pardoned the fol
lowing men: E. W. Tassy, Cannon
County, selling liquor in five cases at
$5 each; Geo. Sneed, Meigs County,
attempted rape, sentenced March
1S89; to ten years; John and Joseph
Harmon, Williamson County, throw
ing stones at a train, $50 each; W. T.
Johnson, Humphreys County, in
cest, sentenced March 1888, to five
years; Walter Thomas, Shelby Coun
ty, petit larceny, sentenced Septem
ber, 1883, to three years; Ed. Alex
ander, Knox County, larceny, sen
tenced September 18t, to five years.
Alabama Republicans are protest
ing ngainst the passage of the new
Federal Election 'Law.
Capital stock paid in $ 55,000 00
Surplus fund 25,500 00
Undivided profits 5,577 70
National Bank notes outstanding 13,500 00
Individual deposits nubject tn
check 105,957 40
Cashier's checks outstanding 1 Oo
Due to other National Bauks 2,752 65
Total 208,2SS 75
State of Tenn essee, County of Warren, ss:
I, F. Colville, Cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belief.
F. Colville, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
24th day of July 1890:
W. A. Johnson, Notary Public.
J. F. Morford.
J. CM. Ross, Directors,
W. C Womack,
My two story frame residence on Donnell
Street. House is in splendid rapair;good
cellar, smoke house aud wood shed ; a well
of cold freestone water ; large yard and gar
den, Only two blocks from business center
of town. Will sell house with carpets, or
will rent house and sell carpets. Will sell
on favorable terms, and can give possession
about October 1st.
J, A OIKS
Needing a tonic, or children that want building
nji, should take
BROWN'S IKON HITTERS.
It is jileiwml t0 tftk cures Malaria, Indiges
tion, and Biliousness. All dealers keep it.
We have on 1i;uk1 ;i line of Light Weight
also some Summer Suits which we will oiler next week
We Don't Want to Carry Them Over. '
$B Prices from $7.00 to $13.00 per Suit.
We have placed some Summer Dress Goods .on our Bargain
list at loc, former price 20c. Some Striped Chalics at 10c.
A (ioodLnie of
at 10c, 15c, 20c, 30c.
200 Ladies' Linen Collars at 10c,K-
We have a few pieces of tine Challies and Satteens which we
will close out at 25c and 30c.
A line of 10c HANDKERCHIEFS just received. j
$2,00 and $2.50 LADIES' FINE SHOES. ;
Misses Shoes at $ 1 50 and $2 OO.
Correspondence solicited in the interest of our Sewing Ma
chine Department. If your machine breaks thread, see if you
are using the Celebrated
J. St P. COHTS' THREHD,
ALL FORMS OF POLICIES SSUEPg
NEW YORE LIFE INSURANCE CO., .
ORDINAARY j AND FIVE
ENDOWMENT, ! DIVIDEND
They are EXCELLENT IX VESTMENTS. You don't have to "die to win".
For Statement of Cost, etc., write, stating age to
J. W. IIVWIIfcT, J. "W. JACIISOIT,
Special Agent for Georgia, Florida and I Manager Tennessee Dep't ,
Tennessee, McJIIXX VIIXi:, TEXX. 327, MI Union St, N.tSllYlLEE, I'KXX.
V. r. FAULKNER,
W. P. FAULKNER & SON,
1 I GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 1 1
Carry a Complete stock of
Double Shovel and
gr-.- ''nfW.iil mum i n Minimal " jf
and all kinds of
ICS' TOOLS, BUILD
WAGON and CAR
And whatever belongs to a First Class Hardware Store.
DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, 1 1 ATS, and NOTIONS.
QUEENSWARE, TIN, GLASS, WOODEN WARE, SALT.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, BRUSHES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS and TOBACCO.
E buy our goods in the best markets and are prepared to meet competition, and give
bargains to our customers. Call and see us, we will givo you the lowest Cash prices
T. II. EASTWOOD,
D. n. CAISSON.
EftSTWOOO BROS & GftRSQB,
-Manufacturers of The Giant Gane Mills,
i Rox Columns, lintels, fencing, grates i fronts,
! FURNACE GRATE BARS, STOVES, DOG IRONS,
ST ' HOLLOW WARE, VENTILATORS,
5" Brass Goods, Plow Hopairs, Etc.
i kukiik mmim of m kips mi 01 mu koiicl
The hut breath
I witlurcMl that
of RmlLjtn has
STEAM ENGINES and BQILEHS,
AND MILL SUPPLIES IN GENERAL.