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8 SOUTHERN STANDARD McMli il V1LLE, TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, JAN. lo, Uty.
A cream of tartar baking powder. High
est of all in leavening strength. U. 8.
dovernment Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
DR. J. F. BARNETT
Respectfully announces to the general pub
lic of McMinnvil'e nni surrounding country
that he will hereafter devote himself to the
general practice the medical profession
in the above naci.-d lo.-nlity. Office tip
Hairs in Potts block, inwt.l....rtoPr. Grain's
A B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ofiire hours at reside nee on West
Street" to 8 a. m., 12 to I and 6 to 7
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SUKGEON,
Will be found at bin drug store at all hours
unless professionally Hbsent.
ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
. M. Smith, Esq.,
W. J. JOLLY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN and SFECIALIST.
Otlice at Residence, on West Main Street
Office over the
store of A. II.
'Gross, in Potts
1IATK0X & .BAKER,.
Surveyors and Civil Engineers.
Office Putts Block,
McM I N N VI LLE TENNESSEE.
ALL persons holding deed to lots in the
new Cemetery, are hereby notified to file
stine with the undersigned to be registered.
All who have not yet secured their deeds
will please call on me ami secure tame, or
otherwise their lots may be resold.
Hy order of the Hoard of Mayor and
A. 11. FAULKNER. Chairman
rPlIE regular annual meeting of the stock
1 holdcri) of The Peoples National Bank of
.McMiunville, will be held in the office of
tlia hank, TUESDAY, JAN. nth, 1MM. tor
the purpose of electing a Board of Directors
for the ensuing year, and any other busi
ness that may come before the meeting.
FRANK COLVILLE, Cashier.
WIIE regular annual meeting of the stock
1 holders of The National Hank of Mc
Miunville, will be held in the office of the
bank. T1'ESDY, JAN. 13th. 1801, for the
purpose of electing a Board of Directors for
the ensuing year, and any other business
that may come before them.
JESSE WALLING, Cashier.
Thos. C. Lind, 'i
Waters fc Garland. J Suit.
MIIIE plaintiff having obtained from C. G.
L Black, a Justice of the Peace for said
County, original attachment, returnable be
lore me on the 3 1st day of January 1 89 1 ,
against the estate of ' Defendants, S. S.
Waters and W. C. Garland, partners doing
business under the Crm name and style of
Waters & Garland, upon affidavit of tlie said
I'laintitr, that the said Defendants are justly
indebted to him, and were non-residents of
the State so thai the ordinary process of
law CHiinot be served on them, and saul At
tachment having been levied by Garnish
ment upon Defendant's property by sum
moning Clay Faulkner as Garnishee, and an
ider lor publication having been made by
me, now, therefore, in pursuance of said or
der, this publication is made, and the said
Defendants, Waters & Garland, are requited
to appear before me at my otlice in McMiun
ville, Tennessee, tut Saturday, the 31st day
!' lamiary, 1s('i, and make defence to said
Attachment Suit, or the same will be pro
- . eded wilh ex parte. This Dee. :!1 st, ISilO.
C. G. BLACK,
J tisticf of the Peace-
. VIOLA. !
Viola, Jan. 7, 1891. j
"WEDDING HELLS." i
On Doc. 31st, at 0 o'clock p. m., the
Christian church at Flat Creek, Bed,
ford county, Tenn., was the scene of
a double wedding. The contracting
parties were Mr. J. It. StubblefMd,
of this place, and Miss Sallie Camp'
bell; Mr. Green Campbell of Nash
ville, and Miss Anna Setliff. The
attendants were Miss Etta Bryant
and Mr. Geo. Stubblefield. The mys
tical bands were sealed with a beauti
ful, impressive ceremony pronounced
by Elder George Gowan, of Tullaho
ma, after which they repaired tolhe
home of Mr. Bryant and partook of
a splendid supper, prepared by the
many friends of the brides in token
of the high esteem in which they
were held. The party, consisting of
Mr. Stubblefield and wife, the attend
ants, and Miss Laura Stubblefield, ar
rived at the home of the groom's pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stubble
field, at 2 p. in., New Year's day.
The feast that awaited their coming,
in which neither taste nor elegance
was spared, served also as a celebra-
tiion of Mrs. R. L. Stubblefield's an
On Saturday, Jan. 3d, they were
honored with a very pleasant recep
tion at the home of Mr. Geo. Stub
blefield ai.d sister, Miss Emma, with
a few friends present. An excellent
dinner was served with that delicacy
of manner that seems to be an espec
ial gift of the hostess. Then followed
an evening entertainment, which was
doubly enjoyed by all present, and
the wedding bell, suspended in an
arch of evergreen, re-echoed the mer
ry laughter that spoke only of hearts
that knew no care. The bride and
groom received some very beautiful
and useful presents, of which we
should not forget to speak : Pair hand
towels and fancy match case, Mb-s
Addie Stout ; handsome woolen cov
erlet and mustache cup, Mrs. L. II.
Northcut; wedding bells, Mrs. It. L.
Stubblefield ; pair damask towels,
Mrs. Dr. Setliff; berry bowl, Miss
Etta Bryant ; pair towels, Mrs. J. I).
Floyd ; butter dish, Mrs. D. Parker ;
pair towels, Mrs. Winter; set silver
spoons, Miss Ada and Mr. Will
Thurman ; boquet flowers, Mrs. W.
L. Garner; handsome clock, Miss
Laura Stubblefield ; head rest for
rocking chair and fancy scarf, Miss
Villa Atwell; hand-made table scarf,
Miss Emma Floyd; embroidered
handkerchief, Miss Ilindman ; pair
handkerchiefs, Miss Mena Winter;
set of table napkins, Miss Mamie
Mr. Porter Tillman of Beech Grove,
was here n few days looking after the
A Mr. Hoover of Cannon county,
was visiting at Lake Mary a few days
Miss Ada Thurman and brother,
Mr. Will, attended the reception at
Mr. It. L. Stubblefield's New Year';
Miss Etta Bryant of Flat Creek, re
turned home Monday.
Mr. Geo. Stubblefield made a flying
trip to McMiunville Monday.
The sociable at L. P. Sain's Mon
day night was well attended and very
much enjoyed by all.
Miss Maud Jones went to McMinn
ville last Monday to visit relatives for
a week or two.
Mrs. Horace Burger and children
of Manchester, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Ramsey.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Northcut at
tended the wedding receptions last
Thursdry and Saturday. Bena
Daylight, Jan. 7, 18111 Mrs. Mary
Campbell has gone into the mercan
tile business at Luckey.
. Mr. J. B. Ilenegar and Miss Miran
da Collier were married last Wednes
day night at the residence of the
bride's father, J. II. Collier.
Mr. Wm. Mitchell opened a school
at Bald Knob last. Monday. Miss
Joues also opened up a school at
Hickory Grove same-day.
Mr. J. II. Whitlock, who went to
Texas a few months ago, is at home
on a visit. His father, P. M. Whit
lock, is making arrangements to sel
out and go to Texas with him on his
Mr. Wm. Earles, who has been in
Texas for a number of years, is on
visit to relatives and friends.
V. Vanhooser took charge of the
county asylum the 1st day of the
M. A. Dauphin, late president of
the Louisiana State Lottery Co., died
during the latter part of December.
Three hundred bead of cattle have
been recovered jit the Pine Itidsre
Agency out of a bi rd of about .V(K)
stolen and driven off by the Indians.
Dibrell, Tenn., Jan. 7, lsOl.-Prof.
0. J. Denton's school opened at the
College Monday morning with very
ilattering prospects; a reasonable
school already etlrolled with many
more expected soon.
Mr. A. J. Trail, our old friend and
teacher at this place, was here on
yest. rday evening just as full of
smiles as ever. He must be looking
out tor a woman.
Mr. II. B. Evans was out from Mc
Miunville last Sunday to see his
mother, who has been quite sick for
the past few days. Mr. Evans is one
of our most promising young men.
Everybody in business seems look
ing after and inquiring after their
many friends of 18'JO.
The weather continues cold and
frosty, but clear and bright.
Mr. Byron Parker returned to
Nashville the other day, to resume
his place in one of the medical col
leges of that city.
Prof. L. P. Evans, from Median
icsville, called on us two or three
days ago, and we were truly glad to
shake his hand and get a cheerful
smile from his familiar face. He re
ports moving on smoothly with an
extra fine school at his place.
Master Claude Walling, from Mc-
Minnville, entered Dibrell school
here on Tuesday morning.
Messrs. J. A. Hassler, W. D.
Hedgecoth and L. A. Hedgecoth from
Cumberland county, entered school
under Prof. Denton Monday. We
welcome these young men into our
midst, as well as others wishing to
prepare themselves for useftifliess.
We had the tints t Sunday School
opening at Mt. Zion last Sunday that
we have had in a long time. Nearly
fifty scholars enrolled, with a spirit
manifested to prosecute the work
more vigorously than evei before.
NOTES ON STEVING.
A I'rartlral Un.un to How It Is I'rop
Girls, says a writer in Dcmorest's
Magazine, which one of you knows how
to make a stew? "I do." That is well
Tell rue bow you do it "Oh, I jnst take
some meat and potatoes, carrots.onions,
and any vegetables I choose, put some
water on them, and boil them together,
and that is all." You havo described
a great many stews in describing yours.
I don't think I should like any of them,
so I shall tell you how I make it, and I
want each one of you to try and follow
my directions, and if yo do so conscien
tiously I think you will .all bo ablo to
make a stew, ar.d, what is more, a good
J'be first stop is to understand what
"stowing" i-s- l'o not for one moment inv
agino it is boiling, for they are distinct
ly different methods of cook in.?. Stew
ing is cooking by a slow, gentle, moist
beat. Keep this well in your mind.
You must not let your stew boil or you
change tho character of vour dish at
once. Moiling toughens meat; stewing,
on the contrary, softens tho fibers and
renders it tnoro tender.
In purchasing meat for stewing you
may tako tho cheaper, poorer parts,
where there is most blood. That is
where there has been most action. Now,
what part would you imagine that
would be? "The legs." Yes, and al
though perhaps a little tough they aro
the juciest parts of beef. Pieces from
tho round, chuck and upper portion of
the shank aro all good. The meat
should havo some bone and fat. Cold
meats makes a most excellent stew, as
the roasting or broiling it has already
gono through tends to improve the
In preparing your meat you must first
wash it. I low would you do that? "Put
it under the faucet and rub it well."
You might just ns well take tho scrub
bing-brush to it! No; to wash meat tako
a clean cloth, wet it with cold water,
and wipe your meat carefully. Remem
ber that cold water extracts the juices,
and all such losses must be carefully
guarded against. Cut you meat in small
pieces, take off superfluous fat and bone,
and keep tho bono for the bottom of tho
kettle; it will prevent the moat from
sticking or burning. To a pound of boef
you will requiro one quart of cold water.
Put the bones in the kettle, and also
the ragged, poorer bits of moat, that
some of tho juices may escape Into the
water which is to form your gravy; then
put tho kettlo on the fire.
Tho moat which you have cut in small
pieces should now bo well dredged with
flour, then fried a good brown on both
sides. As fast as they become brown
put them in the kettle, and as soon as
the contents thereof boil it should be
moved to tho back of tho rango and
there allowed to simmer steadily for
about throo hours. To one good pound
of meat add one small onion, sliced, ono
small carrot and turnip cut in cubes,
drodgod with flour, and slightly browned.
Put them in tho kettle to simmer with
"Why do you dredge and brown the
meat and vegetables?" For several
reasons. The flour forms a pasto over
tho meat and keeps in the juices and it
thickens and browns the gravy to such
an extent that you will seldom find it
necessary to add thickening when your
stew is finished, as is generally neces
sary. A stew is a most economical dish
unless you keep up your flro purposely,
then it becomes expensive, for you can
not mako It quickly never under two
or thrco hours. The slow, steady sim
mering ronders your meat both tender
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OUR ANNUAL INVOICE.
AVc have some goods to close out at a
o() remnants of Dress Goods, from 10c to $1.00, will be of
fered at once at remnant prices. A large collection of rem
nants of Calicoes at oc. Remnants of Flannels, Jeans, Shirt
ings, etc., cheap to close out. Hosiery and Underwear at a
sacrifice. Hats at extra discounts. A few cases of Boots at
17)0, $2.00 and 270. Now is the time to buy cheap good.
Use Coat's Thread.
McMinnvillc on the Market.
amidst Churches and Schools.
JAN. 27th, 1891,
Terms, cash, one year,
1 o clock, p. in.
A. JOHNSON, Agent.
but few its equal. Wc have at last succeeded
All repairs except point reduced in propor
have it, just ax good and cheap as any firm
MEAD & De BARD,
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