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8 SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINN VILLE. TENNESSEE.-. i.YTURDAY, AUGUST 3p, 1890
A cream of tartar baking powder. High
est of all In leavening strength.-U. S.
Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
1IAYH0X & BAKER,
Surveyors and. Giyil Engineers,
W.H.MOORE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SU11GEOX,
Will be fouud at his drug store at ull hours
unless professionally absent.
ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office with V. M. Smith, Esq.,
Hast Main Street McMinnville, Tenn.
W. J. JOLLY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN and SFECIALLST.
Office at Residence, on West Main Street
DR. M. ANDERSON
offers hi professional services to the people
of.McMinuville and vicinity.
Office in Potts Hlock, over Peoples Nation
al Bank, room formerly occupid by Drs.
Black & Ramsey.
Office over the
store of A. II.
'Gross, in Potts
I will on
Saturday, Septembsr 27, 1880
sell to the iiiijhe.st onluer, on inv premises
one mile east of Faulkner's woolen mill, at
mouth ol t. luirles Creek, the Following tie
scribed property, viz:
One mare mid mule colt, one other
mure, one line horse six years old, one young
mure tour years old, one vote ot oxens suit
able for logging, three milk cows and calves,
one two-year-old hull, two two-year-old heif
ers, eleven head of sheep, hue .stock; two
large blood sows, ten head fattening hogs,
ten shoats, line Mock; also some fanning
J HUMS OF SALE All sums over live
dollars, on twelve months' credit, with inter
est from day of sale. All sinus under live
dollars, cash. A discount of lour per cent
will be given forah on notes. Note and
two good securities required.
Aug. 27, 181)0.
G. W. .SMITH,.! is.
"Jimiuie" Stubblcfield will
at Hebron next Saturday
Notice to Voters.
TOTICE is hereby given that in the Court
Circuit Court room, on Friday Sept. Oth and
Saturday Sept. 10th, and on Friday Sept.
sWth and Saturday Sept. 27th, anil ou Friday
Oct. 3d, and Saturday Oct. 4i.li, and on Fri
day Oct. 10th, and Saturday Oct. UUi, we
will take the registration of the voters of the
1st Civil District of Warren County, as re
quired by the 2.5tli Chapter, Acts of the Ex
tra Session H'M), of the General Assembly of
TenncKf.ee. The Registrar.-, on the days
:iun'd and at the place Mated, will be on
haod for duty at S o'clock, a. in , and will
continue ou duty until 0 o'clock, p. in., ou
the days above designated. The voters of
the 1st Civil District will take notU-e of this
action, and if they wish to vote at the gen
eral lection of State and Federal Officers,
November 4, lS'.'O, must come forward on
one of the days named above and be regis
tered and obtain a certificate of Mime under
said n;t, otherwise tliev will not be entitled
to vote nt said election'. L. D. MEIICEU,
W. A. JOHNSON,
II. Magness A Co., vs. J. M. Davenport,
' et al.
N pursuance to an Order of Sale, issued
to aie from the Circuit Court of Warren
County nt its May Term lsK), in the above
styled cause, I will sell for cash, to the lush
est bidder, at the Courthouse door in Mc
Minnville, Tenn., on
Saturday, Sept. 6th, 1890,
the remainder and reversionary interest of
.1. M. Davenport in nnd to the following de
scribed tract of land lyiug in the 12th Civil
district of Warren County, Tenn, and
bounded as follows: On the' North by the
lands of Gowen Davenport, on the East by
the lands of Collins, on the South by the
lands of Gid Laster, on the West by the
lands of G. W. Newby, containing 70 acres
more or less.
To be sold as the property of J. M. Daven
port to satisfy a judgment obtained against
him by W. If. Magne & Co., for the sum
of $2, SO nnd costs of suit. This Aug. Mth
IS'.U. , .1. L. lillEAV, Sheriff.
I Oil. I -!.-.. I , lllIlljrf.lLJT 1
Ott SO Prr"r ai tm S'ttitntt (nut ftar.
SF.TEJI UI1TIMT DEPARTMENTS.
Aeadraale. Literature, SxieOLf, Philosophy, t-ee. l-j. .
I helelrai. Free tuitioa and free roon in Wesley tUU.
I.HW. r-uur Professor.' New huiMlnfr. Fee, fno.
MreUeal. Hiih1 iccoemxlat.n fnr cUnit-v Feel, py.
IteataU fuU U'jtlty.atcellcJic etiipment, new buil.iiatf.
1'harn.aereilWal. Full Corn- nf Uimictfoa. Iw m,
fcactawrtag. fc-u-i in Cirtl. Me. iuai IJ. Mimed Ene.a-
ertuif. tn.l Mmt-il T -"rtnn.yv . Two buiUine-.. F-v
Pot uuloi'ue. -l- VI. U lIllaaM, rtaakUUo, Teas).
Irving College, Aug. 25, 1890
Fodder gathering is now the order of
the day in our community. If the
wertther should remain favorable for
a week or two there would be more
good fodder savetl than ha9 been for
several years in our community.
Last Friday and Saturday quarter
ly conference wa9 held with the
church at Shlloh. The meeting h
being protracted this week, but we
have not learned with what success.
We notice our old friend, Rev. N.
B. Brown, now of Tracy City, mix-.
Ing among hi3 many friends in this
community the last few days. He is
attending the meeting at Shiloh.
night, Sunday and Sunday night.
Let all come out and give him a good
Mr. Frank Rutledge, who has been
sick out at his old home for several
days, -has so far recovered that he
thinks he will be able to resume his
duties with Morford & Biles in a few
Messrs. Bill Wannamaker, llobt.
Coppinger, John Dykes, and others
caught and killed a very fine deer on
the head of the river last Friday.
Their dogs had brought it down
the mountain and they put others
that had not been in the chase after
it and soon caught it. Ye scribe en
joyed a piece of it hugely.
Oakland, Aug. 2(5, 1800. Corn is
looking very well. There is some
complaint of smut.
Miss Jennie Smartt returned home
last Sunday,after an absence of sever
al weeks, visiting friends and rela
tives at Beersheba.
Messrs. C. E. Wilson and W. L,
Tally returned from the lower coun
ties last Thursday.
A party of young folks, viz: Mr
Jesse Martin and Miss Sue Savage,
Mr. S. T. O'Neal and Miss Martha
Wilson, Mr. W. II. Smartt and Miss
Sallie Duncan, Mr. Guy Wilson and
Miss Sallie Faulkner spent last Satur
day on the banks of Barren Fork.
Mr. Audley Jones and wife took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wil
son last Sunday.
There will be a silver medal con
test at uaKianci (lormeriy known as
New Oak) Friday night, Sept. 5th,
18J0. Everybody invited.
ine ounuay school at Oakland is
on the increase.
Messrs. C.JC. Wilson and W. K.
Smartt are off a business trip this
Mr. J. A. Wheeler, of Daylight,
was in the community Tuesday.
Dr. A. I). Phillips will preach at
Oakland the second Sunday in Sept.
at ;.'() in the afternoon, also a Ger
man B iptist will preach at 11 a. in.,
at the above place and date.
Evanston, Tenn., Aug. 25, lSflO
Mrs. Den by and Mrs. Martin are still
n the sick list. With these excep
tions health is very good.
Crops look fine.
School is still progressing at this
place. The boys and girls say they
are further advanced in f heir
than they ever were before.
Thus. Earls has hud that tcuchous
tooth pulled, and don't look so ugly
Our good people are working the
the roads. I tell you it nmks us
Housekeepers are very busy can
ning peaches. Christmas will not be
dull with us.
The Christian congregation are
having a big meeting at Mt. Zion,
conducted by Bro. Gilantine. Four
additions have been made to the
The Methodists will begin a series
of meetings at Cross Roads next Sun
Miss Suellti Martin and Miss Nettie
Groves, from near Increase, are visit
ing friends at this place.
Mr. Franklin Jones got one of his
fine match mares hurt very bad in a
Our Society at this place meets ev
ery Friday night. We are having a
real good time. The boys and girls
are taking an active part. Every
body is invited to come out and hear
what we have to say.
Viola, Tenn., Aug., 27, ls'io.
Weather cloudy, and light showers
of raiu falling during the day. We
think if seasons are good there will
be a large acreage of wheat sown this
ialL. ......... ,
Mt. Urns StubblefieM ami Miss
Georgie Reynolds, both of this neigh
borhood, were married last Thursday.
We wish them a long and happy life.
Miss Sealie Mitchell, who lives
with Mrs. D. Wooton, returned home
yesterday after a four weeks visit to
relatives in North Warren.
Dr. E. II. Jones and family and
Mr. J. R. Ramsey and family, spent
a week visiting in Rutherford county,
returning home Sunday.
Miss Hudio Mabry, one of our
charming young ladies, is spending
some of her time with her aunt near
We were glad to shake hands with
our friend Dr. A. P. Hill. Tuesday,
as lie passed through our village, but
were sorry indeed to learn his health
was bad. He will leave soon for Col
orado Springs. We wish him a
speedy recovery in health and many
friends wherever he goes.
Mr. D. L. Ramsey, of l)echerd,was
m our neighborhood one day this
week looking after his farm. Lytic
xs a "hustler."
Maj. A. J. Brown will come home
from Beersheba Springs Saturday.
We understand he is in better health
than he was when he left home.
Mr. Jand Mrs. M. II. Gwyn are
visiting Tullahoma this week.
Miss Martha Mabry is off on a
three w'eeks' visit to . relatives and
friends in Wartrace.
Bill Mansfield came home from
Dunlap to spend a week with his
family. William reports good times
over the mountain.
Mr. O. N. Moser has moved his
family to McMlnnville, where their
children will enter school.
Geo. Stroud, who has been visiting
relatives here for some time, left for
his home in Texas Monday.
II. B. Ramsey is closing out his
stock of farming implements and
household goods, and expects to leave
for California about the 15th prox.
John Ramsey was clerking for his
brother Jim last week, and sold
dress goods rapidly. John is a good
Mr. Tom Garretson and wife and
Mr. Matt. Williams, all of Birming
ham, Ala., left Saturday for their
homes, after a short visit to this com
munity. The farmers will have a colt show
at this place Saturday, Sept. Gth. All
are invited to come and bring their
Ben Lomond Items.
Ben Lomond, Aug. 28, 18'jii. Your
reporter was absent several days last
week, not returning in time to make
his usual weekly report. It has been
very quiet here this week. Dr. Stain
back and wife were with us last week.
iney mane meir snort visit very
pleasant to us and we hope they were
both benefited and delighted by hav'
ing been with us. Miss Jesse Spur
lock of Nashville, came up Monday
evening and is stopping with Mrs.
Lind at the Top house. Capt. Lind
has been absent all the week, attend
in": court at Altamont. He is ex
pected to return Saturday. Since our
last report the following persons have
visited Ren Lomond, viz:
Miss Mattie Jetton, Miss Sallie
Snell, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Mrs. J.
II. Pollard, Mrs. W. H. Austin, El
Paso, Texas ; R. E. Beckham, Robt.
Beckham, Clifford Beckham, Fort
Worth, Texas ; J. D. Smith, Mrs. J.
A. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Stal
naker, G. T. Stainback, wife and son,
Joe Morford, Miss Lena Wotnack, T.
C. Smartt, Jr., Miss Evie Morford,
Missllallie Coffee, Miss Ann Black,
Sam Bruster, W. II. Ross and wife,
Miss Lizzie Ross, Miss Mai Comer,
Miss Blanche Lewis, Miss Ruby
Paine, Miss Annie Paine, Miss Hixie
Gartner, Miss Alline Gartner, Mc
Minnville, Tenn.; Mrs. Etta Stalnak
er, Indianapolis, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs.
Sewell and two children, Miss Mattie
Sperry, Miss Maggie Henderson,
Turner Henderson, Master Hender
son Baker, Mr. D. F. Hankins, Mrs.
H. P. Newton, Miss Mattie Huggins,
Glenn A. Fleming, Nashville, Tenn.;
Miss Ilattie Handerson, Mrs. M. II.
Gates, Cleveland, O.; Mr. McWhir
ter, Miss Ransom, Miss Lillard,
Nicholson Springs, Tenn.; Miss Fan
nie Golliday, Lebanon, Tenn.; L. C.
Woodlee, Irving College, Tenn.; C.
G. Van Hook, U. S. Geological Sur
vey, Washington; D. Osborn and
wife, McMinnville, Tenn.; Miss
Blanche Tarwater, Mr. Merrill, Miss
Merrill, Thomasville, Ga.; Dick
Smartt, Frank Spurlock, Mrs. Far
ris, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Geo. S.
ME will soon be busily engaged in selecting and plac
ing upon our counters our
: :, FHLL STOCK
of Dry floods, .Shoes, lints, Clothing, Ladies' and Gents' Fur
nishings," etc. Even now we have a few advance bilh, and
- ; our trade may depend on a full line
R1PL1TE WITH K0YEWIHS
' ' ' .'
1 of the latest order.
GENTS' FINE SHIRTS.
We can show you a fashion
able shirt for$l. A bargain
in unlaundried shirts at T)0
We have for your inspection a
for boys and girls from 3 to 1(1
years, in a variety of colors
and shapes. Prices, o0c, Goc,
7oc, and Soe.
New Dress Buckle
at 10c, 2oe, oOc
New and Nobby
Hats at from $1.75
to $3.50. Crushers
at We tol.25.
New line of Shirt
ing at S and 10c.
for boys and girls in large quantities, and several styles and
weights. We think we have the best shoe of this order
we have ever had. Prices from $1.00 to $1.75, running from
5 to 2. Children, call and see them.
New Prints, New Dress Goods.
Did you ever try J. & P. Coats' Thread as a remedy
your machine breaks other threads?
Herman lko's, I.indaur &
N obedience to an Order "f Sale issued
to me from the Circuit Court of Warren
County, on Aug. 14th, lS'.tO, 1 will sell for
eash to the highest bidder, nt the Court
house door in McMinnville, Tenn., on
Saturday, Sept. 6th, 1890,
a tract of land, lyiug in the 7th civil dis
trict of Wnrren County, Tenn., containing
175 acres more or less, it being the same
land conveyed byJ. C. Myers to J. J. North
cut, on the 0th day of March, 1878 by deed,
registered in the Register's office of Warren
County, Tenn., in 15ook 8, nages 577 nnd
578, which is referred to for n complete de
scription of said land. Said laud is also
fully described by metes and bounds in the
levy of attachment, entered on pages 152
and 153 of Minute Hook No. tl of Warren
County, Tenn., to which reference is here
Levied on nnd to be sold as the property
of J. J. Northcut, to satisfy a judgment ob
tained against him by Herman Hro's, Lin
daur & Co., for the sum of $500, nnd costs
of suit. This Aug. 14th, lS'.H).
I. L. RHEAY, Sheriff.
Frierson, Columbus, Miss.
Frank M. Allen, teller of the Capi
tal City Bank, Nashville, has squans
dered something over forty thousand
dollars of the bank's cash in simula
tions and is that much short in his
uccounts. His bond was for $10,000
and was made by a surety company.
Allen's friends may make up the
balance of the deficit.
In Warren County Court.
Chas. F. Koberson, et nl vs. Nannie I. Hob-
erson, et al.
X obedience to a decree of Warren Coun
ty Court rendered nt the July term, 1SD0,
in the above styled cause, I will sell on
Saturday, August Z0, 1890,
at the Courthouse door in the town of Mc
Minnville, Tenn., to the highest nnd best
bidder, 3 tracts of land, as set out in the bill,
the first two tracts contain 40 acres each,
and is timbered; the third tract is known as
the Pennebaker tract, containing 100 acres
more or less, the first two tracts will first be
sold separate and then both together, and
which brings the most money will be re
ported as the sale. The lands belonged to
the late J. II. T.oberson. Plats and descrip
tions of the lands will be exhibited on day
Terms of sale. On a credit of one and
two years, except $ti0 in cash on day of sale.
Notes with good security requited of pur
chaser and hen retained on the lauds for un
paid purchase monev. July 10th, 18P0.
Wilson and others, vs. John G. Wilson
FN obedience to a decree of the Chancery
X. Court at McMinnville, lenn., rendered
in the above styled cause, I will sell at the
Courthouse door in McMinnville, Tenn., on
Monday, Sept 1st, 1890,
the following three lots of land bebng'
ing to the heirs of E. C. Wilson, dee'd., IT'
ing in the I4th Civil District of Warreu
County. Tenn., on the waters of Mountain
Creek. Said land will be sold in three lots
or tracts. Lot No. 1 containing 31 4 acres.
Lot o. i containg ll.i acres. Lot o.
containing 215 acres. A plat of said lands
is on file in my office and will be exhibited
on day of sale.
Terms ot fcle On a credit of 1 and
years, with interest from day of sale, except
$125 cash. Notes and good security required
nnd lien retained. This JulT 10, 18H).
J. C. BILES, C. Jc M
NASTTVILT.F, TENN. ReflnM Chrlntlun homo,
horoufthly ortwnlied non-Sectarian School for Girl-.
Course of tudv thorough and practical. No uchoo'
in the South or Went pan offer a more clop-ant home
Vleoaantvr nurroundlnirH. I.arircst enrollment of nr.y
whool for girls In the city dnrtnsr th past year. '"
ttit&logue adjrcua J. B. HANCOCK, A.M. , Pre
NE88 & HEM) NOISES CURED
leck't 1NV1S11ILU TUBULAR EAR
CUSHIONS. Whispori heard. Com-
forUble. hnnranil whsrrsll Ur amllMnU. Sold by V. HISCOX,
salt, bill Br'dwiT. hew lurk. Write Cur book uf prMb 1U.kl.
ti?,ro?J a Newer
O A IBM Ctll'.!
and bean t met tho
a luxuriant crowt.
Fails to HcRtoro Grav
to ita Youthful "?olmr
Curt'f uralp (linriuei 4c hair fulltug.
line lftr Iter's (4iiiuur Tnnio. It cure the wunt 4Joiil'Ii.
"Weak LuniTR, iH-hilitv, Indigestion, Pain, Take In time. Met.
The onlv itiTft cure for Comi.
Ururfgiiti, or lilhUuX CO., N. V.
Stopi all puiu. Ijo. at iJrurfi
AKE THE BEST POROUS PLASTHKa
IH TUB WOULD.
They cure Rhenmatiim. Kidney rains
iKarkarne. I'leunBT luu ail lumeueae
feronjrU on by expoBure or overexertion-
It won want
Quick Relief from
Ipaln.lnalBl on naving urosrennr
aith a picture of a bell on uu
bark-cloth, for there if no plaster.
liniment, or lotion that baa
such couiDleto mastery over
ALL ACHES AND PAINS.
TVr Oroirenor'i Bell-Cap-!o PlMten.
. Pnrel Vewtahle and Harmless. Relieve
Instantly and never fail to core.
SAFE, QUICK AND BUKE.
Sold by drnRglsU or mailed on receipt of S5c.
GEOSTENOIt J BiCllAUUS,
la La f 1 1 1 M school in the Sout!
In the old-
South. We can
qualify yon fully and place you in a nrst-clasi pom-
uooK-aeepine; and ren-
manshin, special tirs.i ataiogue tree. AlfT.r all, frin.
ASH VILLI SHORT-HAND INSTITUTE, RASHVILLE, TEN.
tion as soon as competent.
A reward of Two Hnudred nnd Fifty Dol
lars is hereby offered by the Mayor and
Hoard of Aldermen of the town of McMinn
ville, Tenn., for the arrest and conviction of
the party or parties who set fire to the huild
inc used for the C'olured Cilv School on the
night of Aug. 13th, IS'Mi Kv order of the
Board. W. S. LIVELY, Recorder.