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8 SOUTHERN STANDARD -MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE. SATUR I )AY, AUGUST 16; 1890
Official Vote of Warren County,
QWINNVILLE CITY SCHOOL1
' Thursday, August 7th, 1890, '
Revised from Official Returns.
SOSSION 189091. U
WILL OPEN MONDAY. AUGUST 18th. lRPn
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Young men and women prepared for college or
fitted for business. SpeciAl inducements to young teachers.
TUITION PISH, jMOIVTII.
A cream of tartar baking powder. High
est of all In leavening strength.-U. S.
Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
HAYRON & BAKER;
Surveyors and Civil Engineers,
Oflici Potts Block,
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN ami SURGEON,
Will be found at his drug store at all hours
unless professionally ulisent.
ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office with F. M. Smith, Esq.,
East Main Street .. McMinuville, 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
uicMinnviiie and vicinity.
Office in Potts Block, over Peoples Nation
al Bank, room formerly occupid by Drs.
ldaes & Kamsey.
Office over the
store of A. II.
'Gross, in Potts
Dibiell, Aug. 12, IS'.io We under
stand that the fine sulphur springs on
sink creek, DeKalb county, about one
mile south of Keltonshurg, will soon
be improved and opened up for
the accommodation of the pub
lie, and we are very creditably in
formed that the water possesses all
the medicinal properties, and is as
fine as any in the State. These
springs will no doubt in a short time
become known for the many virtues
and healing properties that they pos
sess, and will be a grand resort both
for the afflicted and pleasure seeker.
Mrs. Nancy Cope, wife of Andrew
Cope, who died some years ago in
Texas, died a few days ago at the
home of her mother, in DeKalb
county, after a long and painfull ill
ness, and was quietly laid away at the
country burying ground, nenr Bluff
Protracted services are being con
ducted this week at Oak Grove
school house by Elder E. C. Preston,
Kiel. Richard Gillentine is booked
for a meeting at Mt. Zion, commenc
ing Saturday, Aug. 10th, and coil'
tinuing for some days.
The weather is now nice and brae
ing, and the atmosphere feels as i
there had been frost or something of
the kind a little north of us.
At a meeting of a few of our good
citizens yesterday evening at our new
school building the following persons
were elected by acclamation as
Trustees for said school: G. W
Womack, Dr. W. W. Parker, I. G
(iribble, F. M. Helton, P. G. Potter
Levi Wilson and C. A. Parker.
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining in the Postofliee at McMinn
vi lie, Tenn., for the week ending August 1
which will be forwarded to the Dead Letter
otliee if not called for in 30 days.
Ainsworth, Mrs. II. McGregor, Clara 3
Huggins, John j Patson, Aik
SnipMin, Dr. ' Parish, Magie
.Ifthiisou, Mary iStoard, John
l!v order of the P. O. Department, On
Cent must be collected ou all advertised
letters. Parties calling for any of these le
ters will please say "Advertised."
F.P. J. Wood, P. M.
A young man named Charles Nr.
t ion was shot and killed byGeor;
Thurston, nt Cul popper, in Cannon
county, last Tuesday.
Trustee. Shcrift'J Register.
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895 735 548 1297 924 1099 409 382
Constables Mtyl School Directors.
Following is a list of Constables
and School Directors elected in the
respective districts of this county on
the 7th inst:
1- Jas. Webb, O. E. Argo.
2- Sain Green.
3- Bud Green.
4- G. W. Martin.
5- Wra. Jennings.
fl-L. V. Scott.
7 A. J. Mitchell.
8 J. D. Berry.
10 Fletcher Cunningham.
11 John Davenport.
12 J. A. Marler.
13 J. S. Mullican.
14 Tie, no election,
15 W. C. Potter.
1 II. Stubblefield, II. Phelps.
2 J. B". Lusk, Gentry McGee, San
3 J. D. MeGibbony, C. T. Kell.
4 T. Page, U. Griswold.
5 Jas. Hennessee, Audley Smith.
G Jas. Cagle, F. Stepp.
7 Jonathan Barnes, Venus . Mof-
8 W. T. Hicks, J. P. Hughes.
9 A. D. Wheeler, T. H. McAfee.
10 Ed. Davenport, Isaac Ander
son. 11 J. A. Lance, W. S. Bailey.
12 II. II. Martin, John Bynum.
13 A. M. Womack, J. C. Kirby.
14 Mark Green, D. C. Green.
15 Green Denton, F. P. Lane.
Irving College, Aug. 12-Since the
election everything is quiet again.
We have been having abundant
showers and the condition of growing
crops is improving. Corn crops will
be up to the average if not above it.
The weather is fine also for 'taters,
and the prospect for them is quite
Rev. L. F. Williams held a series
of meetings at Smyrna last week
which resulted in the confession and
baptism of Uncle Billy Ford and Mrs.
Charity Myers. Mr. Ford is over 80
years old and many were glad to see
him "come into the fold."
Rev. Jas. Smith, assisted by Revs.
II. A. Cunningham and A. D. Phil
lips, are holding a protracted meet
ing at Shellsford this week.
Mr. Claude Hennessee has a broad
smile all over his face, also a daugh
ter one week old. The former is a
consequent of the latter.
Mr. Frank Rutledge, of McMinn
ville, is at his father's at the College,
quite sick ; we hope he will soon re
cover. We had a wedding in this commu
nity last Thursday ; Mr. Isaac Chris
tian to Miss Sallie Myers, Esq. J. J.
Meadows officiating. We wish the
happy couple much joy in future life.
While writing the above paragraph
we were informed of the marriage of
Mr. Clabe Moffitt to Mrs. Mollie
Christian, Sunday evening.
His Son Cured.
BEN LOMOND ITEMS.
Ben Lomond, Aug. 14th, 181)0.-
We have had cooler weather for sev.
eral days, the mercury ranging from
8 to 58, the latter being the lowest
point reached, making it necessary to
have fire nearly ever evening and
morning. Last Friday wm. iiume,
of Orr, Scoggins & Hume, Nashville,
came up and spent a few days, on
Ben Lomond. On Monday he, with
his wife, daughter and two sons re
turned to Nashville. John G. Mar
bury, of Riverside, Ala., is here lor a
few days, the guest ot Ben Lomond
Cottage. Miss Ellie Womack, of Mc-
Minnville, spent several days here,
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Lind. Miss
Ilallie Coffee, of Rebel Hill, came up
yesterday to enjoy the beauties of the
mountain for a few days, the guest
of Mrs. Lind. Cant. Lind is absent
at Nashville on legal business. Since
our last report of arrivals, we have
had the following
LIST OF ARRIVALS.
Chas. Fisher, Jno. II. Wood, Miss
Fannie Fisher, Estella Fishery Ilixie
Gardner, Mr. Fred T. Fisher, Miss
Ellie Womack, Mrs. W. T. Murray,
Misses Laura Murray, Mary Ritchey,
Daisy Biles, Bell ;McCIarty,
Frank Bruster, Mrs. L. M. Franke,
Col. and Mrs. E. J. Wood, Dr. Thos.
Black, Mrs. T. R. Tannat, Miss Josie
Pearson, Mattie Burroughs, Chas.
Smartt, Miss Bettie Smithson, Miss
Ilallie Coffee, Jno. G. McGuire, Mc-
Minnvllle, Jno. G. Marbyry,
Riverside, Ala., Mr. Smith, Chatta
nooga, Tenn., Alfred Hurae, Miss
Maggie Culbert, J. P. Helms, Miss
Janey Murray, Mrs. Wm. Hume,
Mayes Hume, Fred Hume, Miss Wil
lie Hume, Wm. Hume, Nashville,
Tenn., Geo. Frierson, Columbus,
Miss., Miss Maggie Goodbar, Mamie
Goodbar, Will Goodbar, Memphis,
Tenn., Miss Vergie Bagley, Mr. and
Mrs. T. (). Bagley, Fayetteville,
Tenn., MissBuelah Vaughn, Mur-
freesboro, Tenn., Hon. Henry Wat
terson, Mrs. Henry Watterson, .Miss
Milbrey watterson, Harry waiter
son, Jno. Watterson, Louisville, Ky.,
Geo. W. Mead, Shellsford, Tenn.,
Miss Blanche Lewis, Trigg
Cnmrhell, River (Tiff, Tenn., J. H.
Merrill, Miss Blanche Tarwater,
Thomasvillc, On., Mr. and Mrs. i ,w
ing Watterson, McMinnvilh', Tenn
Mr. Robinson, Richmond, Ind.
Mr. W. II. IIixmax, a prominent
and influential citizeu of Mount Ver
non, 111., writes as follows, under
date of March 11, 1890 : "One bottle
of Swift's Specific (S. S. S ) cured my
son permanently of a stubborn case
of Blood Poison that defied the best
medical treatment available. I have
recommended S. S. S. to others for
blood troubles and diseases of the
skin.and have never known it to fail
to cure in any case.
Blood Poison Cured.
I was troubled for years with a
Blood Poison in its very worst form.
I was treated by the very best physi
cians of Louisville, Ky., and Evans
ville, Ind., but they failed to benefit
me in any way. A few bottles of
Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) cured me
sound and well. This was over four
years ago, and there has been no re
turn of the disease since, or any
symptoms of it. I have recommend
ed it to others for blood poison, and
in every case they were permanently
D. II. Kaix, Mt. Vernon, 111.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.
Muncie, Ind., Aug. 13. There is
much uneasiness here over a gas ex
plosion in Shelby county. The sub
terranean fire is still burning and
there are many people who fear that
gas wells adjacent to the scene will
catch fire and explode and that the
entire gas belt will be the scene of one
of the most awful and destructive ex
plosions in the world's history. A let
ter received from Pollard, Ind., an
other gas center, says the people there
are greatly alarmed.
The pilot of a Tennessee river
steamboat, city of Savannah, became
insane while at his wheel one day
last week and partially wrecked the
boat by running it into a bridge at
Flowers can be kept fresh for some
time if a pinch cf soda or saltpeter
is nd led to the water. Wild roses
will regain their freshness if dipped
a minute or two in hot water.
X3iimitiy, (Iour Gri-svclon) ijjtl.OO
Grnmmnr, (ITour Grraido.s) 1.50
Iligli Seliool,(Tliree CIuhmon;... 2.00
Tuition, free to all children of school age within the corporate
limits oi AicAlinnville.
For further information, address:
3a,. :m:. tiizj.iiz,
Secretary Board of Education.
lb. k in MM
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that will certainly please you.
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The best Unlaundered Shirt vou ever saw
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IN 50 DOZEN LADIES BLACK HOSE.
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A Run in Handkerchiefs at 5 Cents.
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