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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE,1 TENNESSEE! SATURDAY; OCT; 18, '
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est of all in leavening strength. U. S.
Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
A. B. RAMSEY, M.D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Will be found at hii drug store at all hours
unless professionally absent.
ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office with F. M. Smith, Esq.,
East Main Street. McMinr.ville, Tcnn.
W. J. JOLLY, M.D.,:
PHYSICIAN and SFECIALIST.
Oftiee at Residence, on We.t Main Street
Q. Fv Ci'qiq.D.D.S.
Office over the
store of A. II.
'Gross, in .Potts
HAVllON & BAKER,
Surveyors and CWil . Engineers.
Office Potts Block,
Mc M I S X V1LLE TENNESSEE
Marble i QrakiteWorks
fjf Mantles. firf
Wektrp in our yard '.Ajv. f
o, a large amirtmeut "f v J
of Finished -ft a ?'$f$
Marble ttiid Granite VBSm v-'
JOHN T. WILSON & CO., Prop's.
Stone l Cemetery Work
Yard and Office on Spring Street, .
Win. GueUchaw vs. C. G. YunPluten, et al
I N obedienoe to a decree of the Chancery
L (Hurt at McMinnyiue, Tenn.. rendered
in the above styled chump, I will sell at the
Courthouse door in McMinnville, Tenn., for
Saturday, Novemtsr 15th, 1890,
two tracts of land lying on Cumberland
Mountain ui Warren countv. leuu.. one
tract containing 600 acres.'and the other
1,000 nrres, being part of Grant No. 6,741
Said two tracts of land are fully described
by deed recorded in the Register's office of
Warren eounty, book 7, pages, 40, 41, 42 and
4j, which is here referred to for boundaries
This Oct. 16, 1890.
J. C. BILES, C. & M
Wilson and other?, vs. John G
son, and others.
I N obedienoe to a decree of the Chancery
L Court at AlcMiunviue, lenn., rendered
in the above styled cause, I will sell at the
Courthouse door in McMinnville, Tenn., on
Saturday, November 15th, 1890
n tract of land known as Lot No. 3, in th
I'Un of snle of the lands belonging to the
heirs of E. C. Wilson, dee'd, containing 215
acres, lying in the 14th civil District of War
ren county, lenn., u pint of snid Innd is
file in my office, and wULbe exhibited on da
of sale. . .
Terms of Sale. On a credit of 1 and
vears, witn interest iroiu Uav ot sale, excel
$35.00 cash. Notes and good security will
be required anil lien retained.
This Oct. Kith, 1
J. C. BILES, C. 4 M
Viola, Oct. 16, 185)0 Ah ! just as we
expected. In making our last report
we imagined we could hear the mer
ry chiming of happy wedding bells
in the near future.
Sept. loth, at 4 p. in., on Spring
Street,' at the residence of the bride's
ather, Mr. II. A. Mansfield, Miss
Mary was united in marriage to Rev.
V. Garner, J. L. Thaxton, Esq.,
officiating. The bride wore a lovely
costume of cream albatross and silk,
with natural flowers. After the cere
mony the guests were invited to par
take of a bountiful feast, which was
heartily enjoyed by all present.
We present our compliments and
congratulations, and beg leave to as
sure you that wo take a part in your
pre3ent joy, and feel a kind of paren
tal pleasure for the good fortune of
both, and especially those of the bride
whose amiable qualities we have wit
nessed from her tenderest year?, and
to whom We have ever been wishing
everything good, feeling assured that
tier singular merits and accomplish
ments would commend her in proper
time to advantage. So it not only
gives us pleasure on her account, but
also a pride on our own, to have our
anticipations realized and our prophe
sies fulfilled, in this happy event.
Beauty has great power over affec
tion, but cannot preserve it without
the help of the mind, the accomplish
ments which will be found, after all,
to be the most solid basis of domestic
happiness. We join the many friends
of the bride and groom in wishing
for them a bright and prosperous future.
The exercises of the Viola Literary
Society last Friday were well attend
ed and proved quite a success. Prof.
Babbit cheerfully welcomes visitors
to the Normal at all times.
Tom Spain, who is drumming for
Gray, Fall & Co., was interviewing
our merchants one day this week.
Mr. C. R. Gwyn, formerly of this
place, but now connected with the
bank of Tullahoma, arrived last Fri
day on a visit to his parents, return
Mrs. G. W. Ramsey and Miss Jes
sie Price went to Manchester Friday
afternoon and returned Sunday.
Porter, Tillman & Butler shipped a
goodly number of fat cattle from this
neighborhood last week.
P. II. Winton, one of our extensive
wheat growers, was in town a few
We would presume that Mrs. Has
kell Stubblefleld is at present the
happiest lady we know, as her hus
band who has been in Texas foi sev
eral months, returned home Tuesday
Frank and Geo. Ramsey and Ben
Tosh went 'possum hunting a few
nights ago. We do not know what
success they had.
Dr. A. P. Hill has many friends
here who will regret very much to
learn of his lovstate of health, but
hope soon to hear of his recovery.
Miss Bird Smartt, we regret to say,
is on the sick list this week.
Dr. and Mrs. Moore have gone to
Beech Grove to remain till Saturday.
Miss Mollie Lanning arrived last
Wednesday on a visit to friends and
The farmers are making good use
of this pleasant weather. We had
slight frost two or three mornings.
, ' Renk.
Mr. John Liisk of Tracy City, the
book agent, has been talking a great
deal of "book talk" in our communi
ty lor several days. Probably if some
of the young ladies would tell what
they know, it would bo seen that he
has been engaged in something more
than mere "book talk."
Misses Minnie Meadows and Lillie
Etto, two rf Cullins River's most ac
complished young ladies, we under
stand will start to the Lone Star State
two or three weeks, where they
will engage in teaching. They have
host of friends here who regret very
much to give them up, but all are a
unit in wishing them success in their
calling, and happiness in their homes
in the far West.
Our September List.
The following subscriptions to the
Standard were received during the
month of September. New subscrib
ers marked thus .
J. W. Swann, Vervilla, Tcnn $1 00
R. Oliver, Daylight, Tenn 1 00
G..W. Nelson, New Lisbon, O 1 00
W. I McGehe, Birmingham, Alu 1 00
Mrs. E. A. McMurray, Lebanan, Tenn 1 00
A. E. Bentley, Dixon Springs, Ky 1 00
A. F. Evans, Athens, Ala 1 00
W. U. Neal, Goldendale, Wash 75
Miss S. F. McGregor, Pendletonville,
Miss Annie Newell, Fort Wayne, Ind 25
B. It. Womack, Weetherford, Texas 25
Miss M. A. Womack, Gath.Tenn 75
L. Kirby, Daylight, Teun 25
P. Paris, Prater, Tenn 1 00
Will. Kennedy, Murfreesboro, Tenn 50
enn. Saw & Planing Mills, Quebeck,
Tenn.... 1 00
Warren Cumniings, Woodbury, Tenn... 3 00
F. B., Fnlts, Hanlan, Tenn 05
L. Thaxton, Thaxton, Tenn 1 00
Dr. II. II. lleam, Woodbury, Tenn 1 00
Will Thiirman, Declierd, Teun 50
K. Keaton, Dibrell, Tenn 1 00
Geo. Harding, Howe, Texas 1 00
J. S. Doyle, Attalla, Ala 1 00
W. D. Meadows, Irving College, Tenn 1 00
W. N. Russell, Irvine College, Tenn... 1 00
E. Waterhouse, Chattanooga, Tenn 1 00
W. M. Gouger, Smartt, Tenn 1 00
Alfred Martin, col., Increase, Tenn 1 00
J. Morton, Tarlton, Tenn 1 00
A. McDaniel, Chalybeate, Tenn 50
G. W. Womack, Dibrell, Tenn 3 00
C. F. Robinson, Clearmont, Teun 25
T. M. Jones, Mound Ridge, Kans 1 00
W. E. Williams, Pony, Mont 50
Mrs. Emma Meadows, Irving Colletre.
Tenn 1 00
F. St. John, Viola, Tenn 2 00
Elijah Martin. Irving College. Tenn 2 20
Mrs. Mary Cooke, Smith's Grove, Ky.. 2 00
G. B. Mcl'eak, Carthage, Tenn 1 00
Mrs. Fannie Belaiuv, Bald Hornet,
Tenn 3 00
Enoch Snlley, Sarley, Tenn 1 00
P. Walling, Haley, Tenn 50
M. T. Clmsteen, Shellsford, Tenn 3 00
M. Womack, Gath, Teiiu 1 00
G. T. Rises, Daylight, Tenn 50
M. P. Hoooenpvl, Hill City, Tenn 1 00
W. T. Moores, Head's, Tenn 1 50
Rust, Smith & Co., Rowland, Tenn 1 60
W. W. Mfisey, Short Mountain, Tenn 2.
S.J. McLemore, Tullahoma, Tenn 1 00
F. B. Woodlee, Borden, Cal 1 00
B. It. Davis, Yeager, Tenn 1 00
Miss LilliejGouger, Smartt, Tenn J 50
S.T. Wet, Dibrell, Tenn 1 00
Miss A. Simpson, Morrison, Tenn 25
Jno. Goodson, Catlen's Mills.Tenn 50
W. A. Moore, Rock Island, Tenn 1 50
S. W. Mansfield, Viola, Tenn 1 35
J. W. Mansfield, Jasper, Tenn 1 00
Ed. Nunnelly, McMinnville 50
J. D. Hughes and wife made a fly
ing trip to McMinnville today.
Cant. (J. r . liruster was on our
streets this (Friday) morning.
Dr. J. D. Wooton, of Manchester
wag here a short while today.
Mr. Burr Hoover of Sparta, is t
his father's, near this place, on the
sick list this week.
Miss Allle Winton spent yesterday
in our village. , .-. -.
Dr. 'Carson of "Morrison; was here
tcday : visiting his old friend, Mr.
Sim Moore; . . : ,
Irving College, Oct. 13, .1890-We
have had a scarcity of news in this
community for some time, hence our
absence. Of late the majority of
farmers in our community have been
very busy. Several companies from
the North who have bought fruit
here are now gathering and prepar
ing it for the market. Some of them
are barreling and shipping it green
while others are evaporating. We
trust and believe the farmers wil
realize more for their fruit disposed of
in this way than they have for sever
al years in any other way.
I believe It is expected that the
Baptists will begin a protracted meet
ing at Hebron next Sunday.
Miss Ersa Parks spent two or three
days of last week with her uncle, Mr
Jas. Cardwell, at McMinnville.
All of Next Week w will ssli the Following Croat
twwiUHiUll I rillnwtllWI iiiii,lJlMjiij,vx'PCTmr.r.Trr
BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
Rosena Spears, do
Mrs. G. W. Haynes, do
W. G. Cumtuins, do
W. M. Morton. do
Mrs. J. P. Clark, do
W. T. Blue, do
D. E. Moore, do
Newton Myers, do
Mrs. Amanda Alley, do 2$
J. J. Anderson, do
W. P. Walling, do
Houehin Si Biles, do
Guy Wilson, do !,
Clay Faulkner, do ...
C. G.T.Myers, do
Faulkner Springs, Oct. 15, 181)0.-
We are having some fine weather
just now. "Jack frost" is expected
soon. Farmers are busy preparing
their lands for wheat. It is reported
that there is a bear in this neighbor
hood, and some have become greatly
excited on account of the report, es
pecially Messrs. Thos. Keeder and
Thos. Mason, the "Daniel Boon" and
"Davy Crockett" of the Creek, who
bravely shouldered arras this morn
ing and marched out in search
"Bruin." It is said that the boy:
saw a very large black hog under an
acorn tree and sprang to the limbs of
a stooping tree, and there remained
until the great bear, or hog, rather
moved off slowly in response to the
call of its owner.
Balie P. Cantrell is off this week on
business for the Tennessee Woolen
Sid Gibson seturned last night from
an extensive trip, and leaves again
in the morning on another one.
Will Mason returned from the
mountains a few days ago.and is now
in the lower counties in the interest
of the Mountain City Mills.
500 vards of Henrietta Cloth, double
width, in plum, brown, maroon, rose, he
liotrope, navy, green and grey, at
lit Cents per Yard,
worth from 20 to 2-3 cts. Now is your
chance to get a cheap dress. Call early
andjget first choice. This is the best of
fer we will have to make on a cheap
fabric this fall.
7o Job Corset
Sizes 20, 21, and 22, have been used for
somples, from 25 cts to $1.00. This is
much less than their oeal value.
15 pieces all silk grosgrain Ribbon No.
9, in all colors, at 10 cts, worth 20c.
15 pieces Moray Ribbon, same price.
Write for semples of these ribbons.
20 dozen ladies' and misses' Bordered
Handkerchiefs at 5 cts. which is one-half
value. Nice for school girls. '
LOOK OUT, MEN!
On November 1st we will receive .
SIX - HUNDRED DOLLARS
Worth of SAMPLE HATS, all kinds, embracing youths',
)oys'v young men's, and old men's Hats, also caps for boys
and girls, which we will sell at wholesale prices.
More Black Goods at Go cts and $1.00 per yard.
More Prints in soft cashmere finish. More Ging
hams at Sets, worth lOcts. More Velvets, Silks,
Button Hole Twist at 2$c per spool, Lap Robes,
Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves, Tickings and Linen
Goods. Goods are going up. We advise all to
buy NWO, and buy at TIIURMAX'S. Coats'
Thread from 8 to 200.
Tmumm msos fr Co
Grand Closing Out Sale.
JERE BAXTER, - - Nashville, Tenn.
TROTTERS, CLYDES, and PONIES,
HOLSTEIfJ and JERSEY CATTLE,
And Farming Implements.
THURSDAY, OCT. 25, .1890; .
Havine sold mv farm, will sell all my stock, trotting mures bred to "ITermitrti'e Stud"
Stallions ; llolstt'iu Cattle, numbers best bred Bulls and more butter tested Cow tban
any herd of tts size; other stock of best quality. AH farm tools, mowers, rakes, wagons
and harness Write for Catalogue. i CAPT. P. C. KIDD. Auctioneer.
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It is reported upon good authority
that there will be 1 a wedding here
next Sunday. " ' ""V ! V V
Mr.. George E. , Cart wright is ex
pecting his father and mother" up
from Hhop Springs in a few days. .
Tom Montgomery is up in the
mountains this week on business.' "
, Erby Montgomery 'returned from
a trip yesterday. -. ; '
J. C. Safley, the popular ,queen3
ware boy, called to see us' this eve
ning. r '
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