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8 SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, SEPT. , i9o
A cream of tartar baking powder. High
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Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
I will on
Saturday, September 27, 1890,
sell to the highest bidder, on my premises
one mile east of Faulkner's woolen mill, at
mouth of Charles Creek, the following de
scribed property, 'i:'..- ,
One mare anil in n - colt, one other
mare, one fine horse .six i ears !(!, one young
mare four years old, one yoke of oxeus suit
able for logging, three milk cows and calves,
one two year-old bull, two two-year-old heif
ers, eleven head of sheep, fine stock; two
large biood sow?, ten head fattening hogs,
ten shouts, fine stock ; also some tanning
TERMS OP SALi: All sums over five
dollars, on twelve months' credit, with inter
est from day of sale. All sums under five
dollars, cash. A discount of four jier cent
will be given for cash on notes. Note and
two good securities required.
G. V. SMITH, Jk.
SHERIFFS SALE. "
W. II. Maguess & Co., vs. J. M. Davenport,
IN pursuance to an Order of Sale, issued
to :ne from the Circuit Court of Warren
County at its May Term 1S90, in the above
styled cause, I will sell for cash, to the high
est bidder, at the Courthouse door in Mc
Miunville, Temi., on
Saturday, Sept. 6th, 1890,
the remainder and reversionary interest of
J. M. Davenport in and to the following de
scribed tract of land lying 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 sHtisfy a judgment obtained against
him by V. II. Magness & Co.. for the sum
of $25,80 and costs of suit. This Aug. 14th
18!H). I. L. RIIKAY, Sheriff.
In McMinnville on
Saturday, September 20,
the following live stock and other articles:
One brood mare 7 years old: one good horse
8 years old; two cows and calves; one regis
tered HolMein bull, 4 years old; three steers;
a lot of half-breed Ilolstein heifers; tour
head nf Jersey calves; a lot of feeding hogs;
a lot of Southdown buck lambs; one pair 2
year old mules; one yearling lilley; one
TlUtMS OF S.m.i: All .sums of $.".00 and
under, Cash. All other sums 12 months
credit, lit li per cent interest, with two np
W. A. .IOHNSON,
Daylight, . Sept. :i, 1K!)0 The farm
ers are busy saving fodder, and feed
ing the stalks to stock. They have
commenced to save in time, which is
wise in them.
Mr. V. A. llobinson is getting
lumber on his yard, preparatory to
building another room to his house.
Mr. David Ramsey is off this week
to visit his son, D. L. Ramsey, of
Mrs. J. A. Wheeler was very sick
last week, but we are glad to know
she is so improved as to be up.
J. R. Oliver is at home this week.
John Lowery of (Jath, is selling
out his stock and crop to go to Texas.
John is a good citizen and we wish
him good luck.
Thos. Brown is building a nice
barn. Tom says good shelter is half
Miss Eliza Jones lost $22.2(1 last
.Saturday between Hickory Grove and
McMinnville. The finder would con
fer a favor on her by returning it to
John Tubbs has bought him a cart
and says if any of the girls want to
ride to let him know.
Nearly everyone near here went to
Blue Hill church last Sunday to the
funerals of the two Campbell broth4
ers, and to see the Masonic march, of
which order they were members.
Protracted meeting will begin at
Hickory (irove church the second
Sunday in this month. A large
crowd is e.'iected'.
John Mitchell has sold his farm to
Arthur Webb. lie is going back to
Cannon county. We hate to give
D. J,. Mitchell has been appointed
Deputy Marshal in the place of Can
C. F. COLLEGE,
Auspicious Opening Monday Over
Sixty Boarding Pupils.
Trofs. Finney and Faschal, princi
palaofC. F. College, with Miss M.
Theresa Prince, Miss Rossio Hall, and
Miss Maggie Reed, members of the
faculty, and about forty-five board
ing pupils arrived on the noon train
last Saturday. The Warren House
Cornet Band turned out in full dress
uniform, met the party at the depot,
and acted as escort to the College
campus. Miss Jane Roberts, presid
ing teacher, arrived on Thursday of
last week, and Miss Laura Howell
arrived Monday. Miss Alice Davis,
primary teacher, is detained in Tex
as by the illness of her ward. Other
pupils have been coming in on almost
every train, and something over six
ty have now been enrolled.
The school was opened Monday
morning with quite an interesting lite
rary and musical program. Short ad
dresses of greeting to the new pupils
were made by Capt. J. W. Irwin,
Rev. J. T. Curry, Rev. F. L. Iieepcr,
and Dr. G. T. Staiuback. Quite a
number of town people were in at
tendance at the opening, but not near
so many as there should have been.
The chapel ought to be filled at ev-
ery one of these openings of the
school. And local patrons of both
the College and City Schools should
be frequent visitors in the school
rooms. It is the wish of the teachers
that they should be, and it is a duty
patrons owe to themselves and their
Dr. A. E. Bently of Dixon, Ky.,
Mr. A. F. Evans of Athens, Ala.,
Mr. J. P. Dohoney, Sr., of Columbia,
Ky., and Mr. V. L. Clark of Sparta,
all of whom have daughters in the
school, were in attendance upon the
While the number of boarding pu
pils is not so large as they hoped to
have, owing to the drouth and short
crops in so many sections of the coun
try, it is yet quite probable that the
number will be increased in a few
weeks to seventy-five or eighty.
Mead it Ritchey want to buy coun
try produce, such as eggs, dried fruits,
poultry, beeswax, ginseng, feathers,
etc., at their warehouse in McMinn
ville, or delivered at any of the sta
tions along the line from Tullahoma
to Sparta. Those who have dried
fruit and eggs in largo or small quan
tities will find it to their interest to
sell direct to Mead & Ritchey. 4t.
.If the Churches Tomorrow.
Usual services at 11 a. m., and 7 : 30
p. ni., by the pastor Dr. A. 1) Phil
lips. The Lord's supper will be ad
ministered at the morning service.
Preaching at 11 a. m. by the pastor,
Rev. J. T. Curry; preaching at 7:30
p. in. by Rev. L. C. Young.
Preaching at 11 a. m. by the pastor,
Dr. G. T. Stainback, and at 7:.,0 p.
in. by Rev. F. L. Leeper.
Subject of morning sermon, "Law
of Christian Growth," text 1 Peter 2,
1-2. No night service.
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining in the 1'ostofiiee at McMinn
ville, Tenn., for the week ending Sept. 4
which will he forwarded to the Dead Letter
office if not called for in 30 days.
By order of the P.
McGregor, W. 51.
Warren, W. N.
' Thomas, Roscoe
O. Department, One
Cent must be collected on all advertised
letters. Parties calling for any of these let
ters will please say "Advertised."
Ed. J. Wood, P. M.
Editor Standard: The Ameri
can of the 22d inst., says J. Fletch
Woodward, of McMinnville, attempt
ed to stand an examination before
the board of medical examiners of his
county and failed.
This is wrong. He never attempt
ed to stand an examination before
any medical board. If there is such
a board in his county it is certainly il
He never did write Governor Tay
lor any such letter. He never dk
receive a letter from him about "mis
But. as the Governor called an ex
tru extra session in the behalf of Old
Mrs. Memphis, and spent 2" thousand
foolishly on her, he am write him in
behalf of Miss Hydropath, who he
had deprived of her constitutional
rights and privilege::, and asked for a
redress, and was told she was redress
less. He then . consulted a lawyer,
and he says ho will not only get her
a rcdnss hut h now dree..
J. F. Woodward.
THE APPLE CHOP.
High Prices Importance of Drying
and Saving the Croi.
We have been frequently asked
ately what we think the price of
green fruit will be. For the benefit
of those who have apples that, will
do to ship, we say take care of them.
They will certainly command very
high prices, much higher than usual.
The apple crop, in all parts of the
United States, is said to be very short,
and consequently green apples will
command unusually high piices.
Buyers from all sections of the coun
try will likely want them, and offer
good prices at shipping time. We
would again suggest that all the
small and inferior, and such as are
ikcly to go to waste should be dried.
Those that are too small to peel and
core may be cut into four pieces and
dried without peeling and coring.
These are called chops, and will sell
for 2 to 3 cents per pound, or more.
Our crop is not more than half a crop,
yet if our apples are all taken care of,
and properly handled, they will pay
our farmers more' money than all
their other crops together this year.
If weather should be unfavorable to
dry in sun, make dry kilns. Dust
up and put to work all your old
evaporators. It will pay. Green
apples may not be as high in propor
tion as dry, but there is no reason
they should not be.
Mf.ad A RnviiKY.
Half Fare Excursion.
The Nashville, Chattanooga it St.
Louis R'y, the short line to the West,
will sell Excursion tickets to Arkan
sas, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado,
Dakotas, Idaho, Indian Territory,
Montana, Utah, and Wyoming Sept.
9th and 23rd, and Oct. 14th, good to
return within thirty days, at One
Fare for the Round Trip, from Cou
pon stations. Stopovers allowed in
each direction West of the Mississsppl
river, in Arkansas and Texas. Be
sure to ask for your tickets over the
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis
R'y, the "Great McKenzie Route."
For further information and rates
write to D. B. Carson, Ticket Agent,
McMinnville, or to W. L. Danley,
Genl. Pass. Agent, Nashville, Tenn.
Hall of Tulip Lodge, No. 18"), K.
it L. of II. McMinnville, Aug.
W7tereas, It has pleased our Heav
enly Father, the Supreme Protector
and Ruler of the Universe to remove
from our Lodge of K. it L. of H.
Brother Cyrus McClarty, and
Whereat, By his death we lose one
of our charter members, also a faith
ful and much loved Brother, there
fore Jlesohrd, That while we meekly
submit to the will of God, our hearts
are stricken with grief by the great
loss that has suddenly come upon us,
Rexolvcd, That we extend to his
sorrowing family and friends our
heartfelt sympathy in this deep af
fliction, and we earnestly pray that
the same God who has called His
loved one to Him, will comfort them.
Iicsolved, That a copy of thefec res
olutions be placed upon the. Lodge's
records and a copy be sent to the fam
ily of our deceased Brother.
L. F. Jkanmaikk,
Asa C. Gross,
J. S. Prkssurovk.
Dibrell, Tenn., Sept. 2, 1890 Mr.
Vestal Goodson, the young Christian
preacher, has succeeded in winning
the heart and hand of one of DeKalb
county's fair ones, Miss Mary Potter.
The nuptials occurred at the home of
the bride's mother Sunday evening
at half past 2 o'clock, in the presence
of many young and old friends, all
wishing them much happiness and
enjoyment through life.
Since our last report we have had
many good meetings at most every
church and school house all over the
country, and it i3 to bo hoped that
the moral and spiritual standing of
the Christian and non-Christian is
Some of the public schools are be
ing or will soon be stopped for fodder
gathering. We do not think this a
good idea, but maybe it is the best
that can be done in some localities.
Our new school building will soon
be completed and will be ciuite an
ornament and a great convenience for
Esq. Newby and Mr. Owens have
been buying a few beef cattle in our
community at very low prices.
Trade in dried apples is brisk
through the country just now, and it
is to be hoped that the people wil
i loose no time in taking care or the
j entire crop.
Slpftl BROS I P
E will soon lie busily engaged in selecting and plac
ing upon our counters our
of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Ladies' and Gents' Fur
nishings, etc. Even now we have a" few advance bills, and
our trade may depend on a full line
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of the latest order.
We have received a superb
GENTS' FINE SHIRTS.
"We can show you a fashion
able shirt for$l. A bargain
in unlaundried shirts at oO
New and Nobby
Hats at from 1.75
to $3.50. Crushers
at 50c tol?l.L5.
New Dress Buckle
at l()e, 25c, o0c
for boys and girls in large quantities, and several styles and
weights. "NVe think we have the best shoe of this order
we have ever had. Trices from $1.00 to $1.75, running from
o to 2. Children, call and see them.v
? New Prints, New Dress Goods,-?-
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Herman JJro's, Lindaur & Co., vs. J. J.
IN obedience to an Oriler nf Sale issued
to me from t lie Circuit Court of Warren
County, on Aug. Hth, lS'.Hl, I will sell for
cash to the highest bidder, nt the Court
house door in McMinnville, Tenn., on
Saturday, Sept. 6th, 1890,
a tract of laud, lying in the 7th civil dis
trict of Warren Couutv, lenn., containing
175 acres more or less, it being the same
land conveyed bv J. C. Mvers to J. J. North-
cut, on the tith clay of March, 1878 by deed,
registered in the Register's office of Warren
County, Tenn., in Hook 8, pages 577 and
578, which is referred to for a complete de
scription of said land. Said land is also
fully described bv metes and bounds in the
levy of attachment, entered on pages 152
and lo3 of Minute Hook No. U of Warren
County, Ten ii., to which reference is here
Levied on and to be sold as the property
of J. J. Northcut, to satisfy a judgment ob
tained agninst him by Herman ltro's, Lin
daur & Co., for the sum of and co3ts
of suit. This Aug. Uth, 18!MI.
1. Ij. KllftAY, Hieritl.
E. P. Wilson and others, v.. John G. Wilson
IN obedience to a decree of the Chancery
Court at McMinnville, Tenn., rendered
in the above styled cause, I will sell at the
Courthouse door in McMinnville, Tenn., on
Monday, Sspt. 1st, 1890,
the following three lots of land belong
ing to the heirs of E. C. Wilson, dee'd., ly
ing in the Ilth Civil District of Warren
County, Tenn., on the waters of Mountain
Creek. Said land will be sold in three lots
or tracts. Lot No. 1 containing 31i acres.
Lot No. 2 containg 113 acres. Lot No. 3
containing 215 acres. A plat of said lands
is on file in my office and will be exhibited
on day of sale.
Terms of isnle On a credit of 1 anil 2
years, with interest from day of sale, except
$125 cash. Notes and good security required
and lin retained. This July 10, 1890.
J. C. BILES, C. & M.
Notice to Voters.
NOTICE is hereby given that In the Court
house in McMinnville, Tenn., in the
Circuit Court room, on Friday Sept. 9th and
Saturday Sept. 10th, and on Friday Sept.
2Cth and Saturday Sept. 27th, and on Friday
Oct. 3d, and Saturday Oct. 4th, and on Fri
day Oct. 10th, and Saturday Oct. 11th, we
will take the registration of the voters of the
1st Civil District of Warren County, as re
quired by the 25th Chapter, Acts of the Ex
tra Session 18!0, of the General Assembly of
Tennessee. The Registrar, on the days
named and at the place stated, will be on
hand for duty at 8 o'clock, a. in., and w ill
continue on duty until 9 o'clock, p. in., on
the days above designated. The voters of
the 1st Civil District will take notice of this
action, and if they wish to vote at the gen
eral election of State and Federal Officers,
November 4, 1890, must come forward on
one of the days named above and be regis
tered and obtain a certificate of same under
said a:t, otherwise they will not be entitled
to vote at said election. L. I). MLIU Ml,
W. A. JOHNSON,
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