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8 SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY,: SEPT. l3, I890
A cream of tartar baking powder. High
est of all in leavening strength. U. S.
Corcrnmcnt Report, Any. 17, 188!).
A. B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Mf Minnvillp, Temi.
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN ami SUUGEON,
; VIOLA, TEN'S.
Will be fou ml at his (lru store at all hours
unless rufes3iooully absent.
ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office with F. M. Smith, Esq.,
East Main Street McMiin:ville, Tenn.
W. J. JOLLY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN ami SPECIALIST.
Oftice lit Residence n West Main Street
DR. M. ANDERSON
offers bis professional services to the people
of.McMinnville and vicinity.
Office in Potts Itlook, over Peoples Nation
rtl Bank, room formerly occupiil by Drs.
Pluck & Ramsey.
Office over the
store of A. II.
'Gross, in Potts
HAVIION & BAKER,
Surveyors and Civil Engineers.
Marble g Granite Works
JOHN T. WILSON & CO., Prop's.
We keep in our yard t "J
A- a linye (iMortmetit I
i of Finished t a , , XlM
j J Marble and Granite ; ffl'A&,jLl
' Stone l Cemetery Work,
Yard and Office 011 Spring Street,
Notice to Voters.
VTOTICI" is hereby given that in the Court
JLi house in McMinuville. Xenii., in the
Circuit Court room, on Friday Sept. 9th and
Saturday Sept. 10th, and on Friday Sept,
2(ith nnd Saturday Sept. 27th, nod on Friday
Oct. -"J, and Saturday Oct. 4th, and on Fi
dav Oct. 10th, und Saturday Oct. 1Kb, we
will take the registration of the voters of the
1st Civil District of Warren County, us re
uuired by the L'oth Chapter, Acts of the Ex.
tra Session 18!0, of the General Assembly of
Tennessee. The Registrar, on the daya
named and at the place stated, will be on
hand for duty at 8 o'clock, a. m., and will
continue on "duty until 9 o'clock, p. m., on
the days above designated. The voters of
the 1st Civil District w ill take notiue of this
action, and if they wish to vote at the gen
eral election of State nnd Federal Officers
November 4, 18!)0, must come forward on
one of the davs 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. u. m hill. brl,
W. A. JOHNSON,
Somerville Reporter and Falcon:
At the election in Chattanooga the
tickets were given out by a Demo
crat, while a Republican handed out
a circular containing instructions how
to use them. The negroes, as usual,
took it for granted that the docu
ment handed them by the Republi
cans was the proper one for them to
use, destroyed their tickets ann voted
the circular f instructions.
The Teachers' Institute.
The last meeting of the .Teachers
nstltute of Warren County, was held
at the college in Yervilla, Saturday
After the Institute was called to
order the Superintendent, W. N.
Mitchell, briefly stated the object of
the meeting. Immediately after the
election of the chairman Mr. Mitch'
ell being chosen the- ieal work of
the Institute began, which consisted
of lectures and recitations on the pub'
ic school studies. A number of
eachers and quite a large aud appre
ciative crowd of visitors were pres
ent. Both teachers and visitors ex
pressed themselves as being much
pleased with the exercises.
Highland was chosen a3 the place
for the next meeting, which will oc
cur Saturday Sept." 27th. The com
mittee on program presents the fol-
A. J. Trail Percentage.
John Clark Participle.
C. T. Cotton-U. S. History, Third
L. P. Evans Geography, Positions
and Measurements of the Earth.
W. I. O'Neal-Lecture subject, Re
lation of Teacher to Pupil and
W. S. Rhenick Ideal Teacher.
The teachers that have work as
signed them are earnestly requested
to be present aud take their respec
tive parts. Everybody invited to
attend. The Institute will be opened
at 10 a. m. aud close at 3:30 p. in.
W. I. O'Neal,
Oakland, Sept. 10, 18!X).-Ve had a
good shower yesterday.
Quite a number of people went to
town Friday to hear Kelley.
The Demorest Medal contest was
largely attended. Miss Wave Long
and her little band did splendidly.
The medal was presented to J. L
Banks by G. W. Armistead, of Nash
Miss Myrtle Thomas of Charles
Creek, attended the contest.
Mr. J. E. Wheeler of Daylight, was
seen in the community Sunday eve
Miss Hilda Cacle of Beersheba
Springs, is visiting Misses Jessie and
Mrs. R. P. Burks of Sparta, is clown
on a visit to friends and relatives.
Misses Maggie and Lula McGehee
were visiting Misses Martha and Belle
Wilson Friday night, and attended
Rev. Bowman ot East Tennessee,
will preach at Oakland next Sunday
at 11 a. in., also Dr. Phillips of Mc
Minnville, will preach in the after
noon at o o'clock.
Miss Josie Summers of New, at
tended the contest Friday night.
Oak Grove, Tenn., Sept. J, 1800.
Everything is moving on lively at
this place. We have a singing class
here every other Saturday conducted
by Prof. William Allen. The young
people are taking a lively interest.
Mr. Horace Jones has a very sick
child: recovery is doubtful. With
this exception health is good.
Prayer meeting every Saturday
night. Good attendance, good voca
music. Sunday school every Sunday,
which has been kept up for years,
and among: the good things at this
place is a good literary school, which
has been steadily moving: on for the
last two vears. this beins the fifth
Apple drying and fodder gathering
are intruding upon the interest of our
school to some extent. WTe do sin
cerely hope that the apples and fod
der will be saved in time to save the
precious girls and boys.
Messrs. E. W. Mitchell, teacher at
Evanston, James Maddux, teacher
at Highland, and II. B. Evans, of
Dibrell, gave us a pleasant call Mon
day. Mr. Mitchell remained with us
during the day. Wilstookan active
wart in our work. He is one of our
old students, he is wide awake and
full of Interest and knows just what
to do in the school room. He heard
Report of the institute held at this
place Aug. 30th: All the faculty were
present. Tne Institute was openei
bv sinffincr, after which prayer was
otfered by Prof. L. P. Evans, of Con
tral Colleire. E. W. Mitchell, the
young and active teacher of Evans
ton. eave us a splendid method of
teaching Orthography. Prof. I,. 1
Evans, our old and hicrhly estoomec
teacher, gave a grand lncturo on
Geography. Prof. Brookover lectin-
ed on primary work. Jas. Maddux,
teacher at Highland, gave an accepta
ble method of teaching compound
A. J. Trail, teacher of Ilalcomb,
twisted the boys considerably in
Prof. Rhenick, of Pure Fountain
College, opened the eyes of all by his
glowing lecture on General History.
Thc September Cosmopolitan.
"A Successful Man" is the title
of what is probably the brightest
merican Story typically American
which has appeared for many years.
It is a story of life prominent in fash-
on and In politics, written by a
member of New York's highest socie
ty who displays a genius as a writer
destined to make her name famous
although she substitutes a nom de
plume for her own well known . one.
"A Successful Man" will appear
In two parts in the Cosmoidlitan
Magazine the first in September
issue and is illustrated by Harry
McVickar, the drawings being made
from life from acting models who
were guests and servants at a Long
Island country house.
A high type of America politician
a man having something 01 the
characteristics of a Blaine, with a lit
tle of the Daniel Doughtery perhaps
is brought by chance into the close
society of a Newport married belle
one of those women mated to wealth
and manly beauty.with keen sympa
thies unsatisfied by the intellectual
calibre of her husband. Then comes
a careful study of the self-made suc
cessful American of the society girl
of Newport drawn by one who knows
her perfectly at her best and at her
worst of society not as it is imagined
but as It exists of the human heart
by one who has evidently taken it in
her hand and watched its every pul
At every page the story is bright
and clever, and we are much mistak
en if it does not attract the widest
The following subscriptions to the
Standard were received during the
month of July. New subscribers
E. Barrett, Doweltown, Tenn 60
Mrs. Ilattie Kelly, Helena, Mont $2 60
T. J. Hawkins, Rowland, Tenn 1 00
J. D.Smith, Chattanooga, Tenn 25
J. L. Irwin, Bell Buckle, Tenn 50
D. A. Russell, Dallas, Wis 25
J. S. Burks, Antimony, Ark 50
Sam Evans, Smartt, Tenn 25
Irving Barnes, Irving College, Tenn.... 1 00
J, M. Sellers, Belton, Tenn 1 00
W. A. England, Pembroke, Ky 1 00
13. Dockstailer, Kawker City, Kans 25
D. C. Oliver, Devenpoit, Tenn 25
T. J. Davis, Irving College, Tenn 1 00
Mrs. L. Binkley, Shelby ville, Tenn 25
John L. Byars, Oibrell, Tenn 1 00
C. A. Parker, do do 1 00
John Green, Salley, Tenn 25
J. W. Maddux, Gath, Tenn 25
Mrs. Geo. Hennegar, Nashville, Tenn 25
Ed. Harwell, Lebanon, Tenn 50
John 11. Comer, Viola, Tenn 1 00
o, A. tjunningnam, uo do 1 Vo
Carrol Parks, Irving College, Tenn 1 CO
T.T. l'eay, Hanlan, Tenn 1 00
Mrs. E. Moore, Cane Ridge, Tenn .... 25
A. M. Merriain, McMinnville F0
Thos. Comer, do 1
R. S. Potter, do 2
J. W.Jones, do
R. 1). Smith, do
Anderson McGregor, do
II. L. Walling,
Mrs. L. C. Turpi i),
W. M. Morton,
Jno. P. Womack,
Mrs. S. Pepper,
S. R. Bruster,
While the Congressional race is
very quiet in this end of the Distrie
as yet, the Democratic nominee has
been doing some good work over the
mountain. A Chattanooga dispatch
to the American, dated the 3d inst.,
reads as follows :
"Hon. II. C. Snodgrass, democratic
nominee for congress from this dis
trict, spoke to a large and enthusias-
tic crowd tonight at the rooms of the
Jackson democratic club. He paid
his respects particularly to II. C
Evans, the present republican incum
bent, and ventilated his inconsisten
cies on the force and tariff bills. He
spoke in very plain terms and did
not mince matters in the least, scored
many points and made many votes
He is very anxious for a joint canvass
if he can tret Evans to meet him on
Seven mountain peaks of the Blue
Ridge range, near Aheville, N. C
are reported to be emlttting smoke
in large quantities.
WARREN COUNTY TAX AGGREGATE, 1890.
Total !$2.310,50!)!l!N'O,?(il,S8 91,$I!IIS 70.$Sj(;9 30
ME will soon be busily engaged in selecting and plac
ing upon our counters our
of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Ladies' and Gents' Fur
nishings, etc. hven now we
our trade may depend on a full line
RIPIiBTE WITH KOYE'LTIBS-e
of the latest order.
We have received a superb
GENTS' FINE SHIRTS.
We can show you a fashion
able shirt for $1. A bargain
in unlaundried shirts at 50
New and Nobbv
Hats at from $1.75
to $3.50. Crushers
at 50c to $1.25.
New Dress Buckle
at 10c, 2oc, 50c
for boys and girls in large quantities, and several styles and
weights. We think we have the best shoo 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 when
your machine breaks other threads?
BRYANT & STRATTON Business College
Write for Catalogue and full information.
Half Fare Excursion.
The Nashville, Chattanooga & St.
Louis ll'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.
Oth and 2:rd, 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 Mississsppi
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.
At the Churches Tomorrow.
Preaching at 11 a. m., by Rev. W.
K. Patterson. No night service.
Usual morning services at 10:30 a.
rn., conducted by Elder O. M. Thur
Usualservicesatlla.m. and 7:30
p. m., by the pastor. All members
urged to be in attendance at the
Preaching at 11 a. m. by the pastor.
Rev. J. T. Curry. No service at
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have a tew advance bills, and
We have for your inspection a
for bovs and girls from 3 to 10
vears, in a variety of colors
and shapes. Price's, 50c, 65c,
75c, and 85c.
New line of Shirt
ing at 8 and 10c.
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