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8 SOUTHERN STANDARD-MCMINN VILLE, TENNESSEE.SATURDAY NOV. .;, 190.
A cream of tartar baking powder. High
est of all in leavening strength. U. S.
Government Jteport, Aug. 17, 1889.
D. J . F. BARNETT
Respectfully announces to the general pub
lic of McMinnvil'e and surrounding country
that he will hereafter devote himself to the
general praecipe t' the medical profession
in the above nait. ! loonlity. Will open
A. B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office hours at residence on West Main
Street 7 to 8 a. in., 12 to 1 and 0 to 7 p. in.
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
I'll YSICI.VN and SURGEON,
Will lie found at his drug .store at all hours
unless professionally absent.
ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SU11GEON.
Ollice with V. XI. Smith, Esq.,
East Main Street McMinr.villc, Tcun.
W. J. JOLLY, M.D.,
PHYSICIAN and SFECIAUST.
Ofliee at Residence, on West Main Street
Office over the
store of A. II.
"Gross, in Potts
McM INN VILLE, TENN.
HATUON & BAKER,
Surveyors and Civil Engineers,
E. P. Wilson and others, vs. John (i. Wil
son, and others.
N obedience to a decree of the Chancery
Court at McMinnville, Tenn., rendered
in the above styled cause, I will sell at the
Courthsuse door in McMiunville, Tenn., on
Saturday, November 15th, 1890,
a tract of land known as hot No. 3, in the
plan of sale of the lands belonging to the
heirs of E. C. Wilson, dee'd, containing 215
acres, lying in the l-4t.lt civil District of War
ren county, Tenn., a plat of said land is on
file in in y ollice, and will be exhibited on day
Terms of Sale. On a credit of 1 and 2
years, with interest from day of sale, except
!M,i.(k) cash. Antes ami good security will
be required and lien retained.
This Oct. ltith, mo.
J. C. HlI.Esl, C.& M.
Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn.
Joseph E. McGee and others, vs., Thomas
MeGee and others.
I N this cause it nppearing to the satisfae
1 tion of the Clerk fc Master from Conip'lts
Hill, which is sworn to, that the I'crendants,
Mollie Cardwell, J'.li.a Cardwcll, Martha C
Mctiee, .lames L. McLiee, and the two un
known childien of Clendenon Mcliee whose
names are unknown, are non-residents of the
Mate of Tennessee, so that the ordinary
process of law cannot be served on them. It
is therefore ordered that publication be
made for four consecutive weeks in the
KouTiiitiiN Standard, a newspaper puh
lished iu McMiunville, Tenn., requiring said
Pefenuants to appear before the Chancery
Court to be held at the Courthouse in Mc
Miunville, Tenn., on the 4ih Monday in
November next, then and there to plead,
answer, or demur to Complainant's Bill or
the same will be taken for confessed as to
them and cause set for hearing ex parte.
This Oct. ltith, 1SH0.
J. C. BILES, C. & M.
Win. tiaetschaw vs. C. G. VanTluten, et al.
IN obedience to a decree of the Chancery
Court at McMinnyille, Tenn., rendered
in the above styled cause, I will sell at the
Courthouse door in McMiunville, Tenn., for
Saturday, I'oveabsr 15th, 1S90,
two tracts of land lying on Cumberland
Mountain in Wanen countv, Tenn,, one
tract containing tiOO acres, and the other
1 .000 acres, being part of orant Ao. , 41
Said two tracts of land are fullv described
bv deed recorded iu the Register's office of
Warren county, book 7, pages, 40, 11, 42 and
4'!. w hich is here referred to tor bouudanes
This Oct. It!, 1S1W.
J. C. BILES, CAM.
A MOVrilO Bright Young Men
& board for or Ladies in each
Couutv. 1. V. ZIF.'.I.EB A Co.
!t. Louis, Mo.
Viola, Nov. 13. The fanners in
thin neighborhood are about through
sowing wheat. In most instances the
ground was well prepared, and where
the wheat is coining up it has a good
Mr. Milton Hoover is making the
mule trade quite interesting nowa
Mr. W. M. Thaxton had a horse
seriously injured on a wire fence.
Real estate is on a boom in Viola.
Several lots have been transferred
lately, and a new street will soon be
J. It. Ramsey has moved his stock
of goods to the building recently va
cated by I. C. Garretson.
Mr. John Ramsey is quite an early
bird he is planting corn.
Mr. J. G. McGuire, wife and little
daughter, also Mrs. R. Mead and
Miss. Stainback, all of McMinnville,
were guests of Mrs. W. L. Garner
Mr. Win. Chumley and family, of
Manchester, visited relatives in this
community a few days, returning
Mrs. Davey Wooton is able to be
Mrs. W. M. Thaxton spent a few
days visiting friends near McMinn
ville this week.
Mrs. Y. L. Garner, Dr. E. II.
Jones and wife, and Mr. J. R. West
have been attending the meetings at
McMinnville this week.
Mr. Sam Etter, who has been at
Decherd for several months, has re
Mr. Frank Maddux of McMinn
ville, was here one day this week do
ing some gutter work.
Dibrell, Oct. 11, JSSK). There will
be a Demurest silver medal contest
in our new school building Saturday
night, Nov. 122, at G:'M o'clock. A
cordial invitation is extended to those
wishing to witness the contest and
strengthen the cause of temperance.
Eld. L. F. Dougherty, who has
been in the Indian Territory for the
last six months, returned a few days
ago and will fill the pulpit of our
church on next Sunday at the usual
hour for service, and give a brief ac
count of his work while there.
Mr. Thus. Pennington has sold the
lands which he purchased a short
time ago, to R. L. Cope, (col).
Mr. Thus. Turner closed his school
at Oak Grove last Saturday, and this
severs his connection with the people
of that place for awhile at least, as
teacher. Mr. Turner has been con
nected with the school interest at that
place for the past two years and has
so endeared himself to the people
that it is with a degree of reluctance
that they give him up. He goes from
there to Mechanicsville, where he will
be associated with Prof. L. P. Evans
for a time.
Many of our people are attending
the protracted meeting at the Chris
tian church, McMinnville.
Messrs. Levi Wilson and J. R.
Sparkman have gone to Alabama
again with horses and mules.
Mr. Leonard Adcock, an old and
well known citizen of North Warren,
passed away on the (ith inst., at his
home, after an illness of about three
weeks. We tender our heartfelt
sympathy to the family, relatives and
Restored His Wife's Health.
My wife suffered for years from de
bility and a general breakingdown of
health, the results of diseases peculiar
to women. A few bottles of Swift's
Specific (S. S. S.) restored her to per
fect health. It built her up, increas
ed her appetite and weight, until she
is now the picture of health. The
speedy recovery of my wife from her
long illness caused all my family,
and several of ray neighbors, to take
S. S. S. As a tonic we are all delight
ed with it. Gkouge Flammick,
My baby had the worst case of Ca
tarrh that I ever saw a small child
atllicted with. The nasal discharge
was very large and very offensive.
Having some personal knowledge of
the curative properties of S. S. S. I
gave the baby a course of S. S. S.,
using nothing else. In a short time
the discharge from the nose stopped,
and the Catarrh was cured entirely
and permanently, as there has been
no return of it since.
May 10, 1S00. Independence, (.
Treat i-e on l'-hmd and Skin IMmmm
C. I College Honor Itoll.
Sallie P.uquo Erin, Tenn.
Mary Alice Binford Tevrel I , Tex.
Ida Rail New Boston, Tex.
Carrie Rail " " "
Mary Buchanan, Shelbyville, Tenn.
Alice Baker Bagwell, Tex.
Mary Brown McMinnville, Tenn.
Minnie Bentioy Dixon, Ky.
Matiie Corley Clarksville, Tex.
Clarene Campbell McMinnville.
Annie Clark Sparta, Tenn.
Lula Chesnut Eikton, Ky.
Ruth Chaney South Union, Ky.
Jessie Cross Pelham, Ala.
Lauren Dyer Caseyville, Ky.
Hallie Donnell Pilot Point, Tex.
Mary Dellenbough, Cleveland, Ohio.
Annie Dohoney Columbia, Ky.
Edna Evans Athens, Ala.
Maggie Belle Fisher McMinnville.
Mary Gallaher Glenlock, Tenn.
Myra Gardner Montevallo, Ala.
Beatrice Hall Dixon, Ky.
Nannie Ilardwick 44 44
Fanny Kelleam Charleston, Ark.
Lena Leftwich... McMinnville, Tenn.
Edith Mason 41
Minnie Mathews Bass, Ala.
Lizzie Price Providence, Ky.
Bessie Perkins Springville, Ala.
Mary Robinson King, Tex.
Linnie Rogers Dexter, Tenn.
Maggie Rahm... McMinnville, Tenn.
Maria Lou Stainback. ..McMinnville.
Cora Townes Huntingdon, Tenn.
Virgie Timmons Columbia, Tenn.
Myrtle Wilmore Gradyville, Ky.
Maggie Young Clarksville, Tenn.
The following names were by mis
take omitted from the roll last quar
ter. Mattie Corley Clarksville, Tex.
Ida Ball New Boston, Tex.
Johnny Robinson Oxford, Miss.
Strayed from my home.one 3-year-old
Bull, pale yellow color, with
frosty back ; marked with crap off
either ear, with split in same. A re
ward will be paid at Postoflice fur
any information. Dor, nr. Owex.
SNODQRASS' MAJORITY 577.
Official Figures of the Result in the
Third Congressional District.
The Chattanooga Times of Wednes
day gives the following table as the
official vote of this Congressional dis
trict for isss and ISfJU :
1800. j 1SK8.
i ?- : h !' s I s
COCXTIKS. j I S ! i.
I 1 f f I :
411 ,r)77i -191 (547
7(51; 1,441 j 1,481 1,0(14
I 1,1:07 : 70'j;; g":j 1,01
.... "."( ISO I 2:!0 Si5
2,755 4,180! 6,240 3)!5
230 47(! 541 300
1,205: 1,001:1 1,018 1 ,.",79
G2(; 5651! 500 755
1,333' I,247i! 1,301 1,43
505 ()48'1 018 702
318 I S I 178 34S
400 8L: 1021 445
1,581: )05 (40 1,094
l,584j AT,1 522 1,025
13,804; 13,227';: 15,001 10,000
Vote for Cleveland and Harrison.
Two more mammoth ilouringmill?
are soon to lip established in Nash-ville.
The other day Rev. I). Southerland
told in our columns of a Cape Breton
veteran who is 103 years old, and stil)
as active as a young man. It is prob
able that there are several men and
women in Nova Scotia about the
same age, and one or two still older.
There seem to be authentic and
well verified accounts of one Hunga
rian who died at the age of 184, and
of two others a man and wife, still
living, at the ages of 172 and 1G4.
Their youngest son was living at the
age of 110. Henry Jenkins, of Eng
land, lived 100 years, and Thomas
Parr, 152. The Countess of Desmond
lived 140 years. Sir Henry Holland
says that we have sufficient proof of
life being prolonged to 110, 130 and
140. An authority in such matters,
James Eastman, gives 1,712 persons
as living ages from 100 to 185. No
doubt most people are "killed," by
lack of attention to the laws of health
killed many years "before their
Small boy (looking intently at a
very black specimen of the colored
race): ''Did (Sod make you too of
Colored man: "Yes, sonny."
Small boy: "Coal-dust?"
Nashville had a big democratic
rally and jollification meeting Thurs
day night. Speeches were delivered
by Governor elect Buchanan, Hon.
Benton McMillin and others.
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Grey Blankets at $ 1.25, $1.50, 1.7").
White Blankets at 81.25, 1.50, 82.00.
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Homemade Yarns at 75c. Colors the
Linseys at 25c and 30c. Irish Flan
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A large line ot Children's Shoes, war
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goods business. Use Coats' Thread.
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