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8 SOUTHERN STANDARD-MCMINN VILLE, TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, JAN 31,1691.
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A cream of tartar baking powder. High
est of all in leavening strength. U. 8.
Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
A B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Oflice hours at rrMli'iiee on West Main
Street 7 to 8 a. in., 12 i I ami 6 to 7 p 4R.
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Will be found at hU drug store at all hours
unless professionally absent.
ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SlllGEON.
Oflice wiil V. M. Smith, Esq.,
East Main Street McMimtrille, Tenn
W. J. JOLLY, M. D.,
rilYSICIAN and SPECIALIST.
Office at Residence, on West Main Street
Office over the
store of A. H.
'Gross, in Potts
IIAYItON & BAKEIt,
Surveyors and Civil Engineers.
Oflice Potts Block,
McM I N NV1LLE TENNESSEE
Tub Nashvillk Wkkki.y Banxrr is one
of the best newspapers published. It gives
the news with the utmost impartiality, and
iloes not color it for partisan effect. Tiik
IUnnhK is a bold, frariK, independent pub'
lie journal, wh cli endeavors always to ad'
vocatc the riirlit and condemn the wrong
It is the champion of reform and the. stout
itelcnder of principle, yet acnoruni) to oth
ers the liberty of views it claims for itself.
Tim Whkkly Banner is an eight page,
lifty six column paper, containing all the
news of the week, with much editorial and
miscellaneous reading. It is a scruitlpously
clean p;ipr which can be admitted readily
to the home circle.
DAILY Banner 1 vear. $5.00: (i months,
$2.60; 3 months, $IM; 1 month, 60
Wkkki.y Banner 1 year, $1.00 ; 6 months.
oO cents ; 3 months, 25 cents.
The Standard and The Weekly Ban
NEK will be sent one year to any nddrets
for $ 1.7j.
Viola, Jan. 2!), 1891. Everything
disagreeable in the way of weather
Mr. W. A. Johnson, real estate
agent of McMiuuville, was in our
midst one day this week with a party
of gentlemen from the north who
were prospecting for homes.
The sociable at E. W. Smartt's last
Friday night was a most enjoyable
Mrs. Cunningham, daughter of W
L. Matthews, has moved to Viola
and is keeping house for her brothers
and sister, who are attending schoo
at the college.
Mr. J. It. West is moving his saw
mill from the cove back to Viola.
Mr. I. C. Garretson's dwelling is
receiving a new coat of paint.
A great deal of sickness is now pre
vailing in our village and surround
Mr. M.' II. Gwyn, and Mrs. J. It
Jlamsey who have been sick for
week or two, are some better.
Mrs. W. L. Garner lias been con
lined to her room for two weeks.
Col. 11. O. Burnham and daughter,
Mrs. Kurd and her three children
arenlso quite sick. Mack Win ton
and threw of Dr. Moore's children, we
add to the list.
The family of . I. II. Hughes, who
have been visiting at South Pitts
burg, have returned. Kkxa.
If fails, nioiicv refunded; Preston's
Dibrell, Jan. 28, I891.-Mr. Col-
man Green, nn old and well known
citizen of this community, died on
the 20th inst. lie was a quiet, unas
suming man, and one who had learn
ed long ago to mind his own busis
ness and let other's alone. lie will
often be missed by many of his
neighbors and friends.
Mr. B. C. Wilkinson, from Jessie,
was here on yesterday visiting Prof.
)enton's school,and making arrange
ments preparatory to his son George
entering school at this place. We
lave room, for several moro young
adies and gentlemen, and would be
glad to have them.
Some complaint of pneumonia in
this neighborhood and a heap of
More rain and mud; the roads in
many places are. getting real bad,
clearly showing the great necessity of
filling the low and bad places with
stone and gravel.
Mrs. G. W. Womack and daugh
ter, Miss Delia, and Mrs. Levi Wil
son and Miss Ellen, went to McMinn-
ville today to attend the marriage of
Miss Lena, daughter of W. C. Wom
ack. Mr. Levi Wilson got homo from
Alabama a few days ago, and will
return very coon.
Miss Nannie Potter is on a visit to
friends and kinfolks at Hollands
W. II. Sutton, from Sparta, will
preach at the Christian Church here
Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 2nd and
3rd, and at night if the weather will
admit. All invited to hear him.
Irving College, Jan. 2G, 1891. Af
ter being absent for several weeks we
again knock for admittance, although
we have but little to communicate.
The holidays all passed off quietly
and there were several comers and
goers in search of amusement.
Mr. Walter King, of Hickory
Creek, accompanied by his sister,
MissJosie, returned home about a
week ago, after spending a day or
two in our midst.
Miss Jessie Martin entertained a
few friends very pleasantly last Sat
Mr. James Cardwell and family, of
McMinnville, returned home yester
day, after spending a day and night
with Mrs. Card well's father. They
were accompanied by. Miss Ersa
Parks, who will spend a few weeks
School at the College will open soon
We understand the prospect is quite
flattering for a good school. Miss
Jones, of Manchester, will have
charge of the music department.
Miss Jones is a tine musician and an
accomplished young lady, and we
hope she will have a good claas.
Miss Areola Martin of Increase, has
been spending several days of this
week and last with relatives and
friends in this community,
ltev. G. P. Moffitt preached at He
bron Sunday. He remained on this
side till Monday, and joined the In
vincibles at Mr. Carrol Park's.
We understand Mr. A. B. Mottitt,
being only recently settled in the
neighborhood, is beginning to look
very serious because the Invincibles
have never honored him with a
meeting at his house. I am author
i.ed to notify Mr. Moffitt that they
will give him a call in the near future.
Mr. Moffitt, we imagine, will look
even more serious before they leave
than he does about their coming. We
can assure him the Invincibles are
invincible. No one is granted ad
mittance for initiation into the Order
until a meeting is held at his own
place of residence.
Vick's Floral Guide for 1891.
No lover of a flue plant or garden
can afford to be without a copy. It
is an elegant book of over 100 pages
8J x 10J inches, beautiful colored il
lustrations of Sunrise Amaranthus,
Hydrangea and Potatoes. Instruc
tions for planting, cultivating, etc.
Full list of everything that can be
desired in the way of Vegetables and
Flower Seeds, Plants, Blubs, etc.
Also lull particulars regarding the
cash prizes of $1,000 and $200. The
novelties have been tested and found
worthy of cultivation. We hope it
will be our good luek to see the
Nellie Lewis Carnation and taste the
Grand ltapids Lettuce. It costs
nothing because the 10 cents you
semi for it can be deducted from the
first oriler forwarded. We advise
our friends to secure a copy of James
Vick, Seedsman, Rochester, N. Y.
r'.nt tii r. r.i.ooii,
..nii.-, M'ur:a, linucMicv.i and
!v. lor m'io ly ll dealers in
. l l!io ki'Uiiiuo.
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
Stylish Accessories; Trimmings; Ev
ening Dresses; Notes and
Reported for the Standard.
The corselet in great variety as to
shape, is very fashionable for dressy
wen and is both economical and con
venient, since by means of it, deft
transformations can be made or weak
)laces in the corsage concealed upon
occasion. A popular shape comes up
about the height of a corset, slopes up
n the back and front and with- a
slight point before and behind, ex
tends an inch or so below the waist
line. A new style shows a point back
and front which extends nearly to the
neck of the dress and curves low un
der the arms. Rows of ribbon placed
on the corsage with corselet effect.are
more than ever lashionable,and nar
row bands of material produce similar
outlines, individual adaptation in
both having full room for play.
finished with gilt, forms a very hand
some corselet and is a most conven
ient accessory, because it can be worn
with different dresses, and has of
course the effect of making the waist
look smaller, although this indeed
can be said with truth regarding the
corselet in general. Another con
venient device for altering the ap
pearance of a dreas, are "jockeys" or
deep caps which can. be transferred to
sleeves at option. Iu shape, they dif
fer as much as corselets, some being
in deep points, others straight and
loose like cape sleeves on jackets, otlv
ers puffed and round, but without ex
ception they are high on the shoul
ders. By means of corselet and jock
eys to match, a great deal of style is
attainable and it is almost needleas to
add that the latter are provided with
small safety pins underneath, sewtd
is more than.ever a garniture and on
new party dresses of light wool or
silk made with plain skirts, is put on
in from three to five ruffles around
the lower edgej in frills about the
neck to match,and for longsleeves,in
ruffles falling over the hands. Gros
grain ribbon about three inches wide
with satin edge, is usually employed
and a charming example of a dress in
this style was of pink China silk made
at Lord & Taylor's and worn by a
young member of- the Vanderbilt
family, at the opera. It may be ad
ded, that sleeves, if long, are now
quite long, with lace or ruffles falling
over the hand in Tudor style, a con
venient method by which an old
dres-s can be made to look new. A
gown lately worn by Mrs. Astor at a
reception, was of green Bengaline and
pink brocrade made with V neck and
long sleeves finished by Chantilly
NOTES AND ANSWERS.
Independent collars of black velvet
are transferred from one dress to an
other, and may match corselet and
jockeys also transferable. The Medi
ci shape is the choice in collars, which
are often lined with silk of a becom
ing color and trimmed with beads or
"Mrs. E." A Greek costume could
be suitably made of China silk, ere-
ton or any soft falling material. Pat
terns are for sale by the pattern
houses and the best finish would be a
gilt or silver border in Greek key de
sign. Bands to match hold the drap
ery on the shoulders, and a cord and
tassel depending from the belt, holds
the drapery. Blue and 'silver are a
"Emma." You could embroider a
large meshed net with sprays in filo
selle and made up over thin silk or
satin, it would be pretty for evening
Washington Post, Jan. 1G: Capt
John C. Dougherty, of Tennessee, has
been se'ected by a syndicate of rep-
resentative republican newspapers in
the South and Southwest to furnish
the political news from Washington
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining in the Postoffice at McMin
ville, Tenn., for the week ending Jan. 30,
which will be forwarded to the Dead Letter
office if not called for in 30 days.
Briant, Bras. Monton, F. P.
Bovd, Nannie Patterson, Jas.
Dougherty, 0. W. Sluder, J. T.
Clark, Siil Stewart, Mary (col
Davis, Lillie Stroud, W. 11.
Earlcs. Ella Travis. Mrs. K.
Green. Maecie Timnions, Mrs. Minn
Jones, Maud Walker, Thos.
McUee, Mrs. Clco 1
By order of the P. O. Department, One
Cent must be collected on all advertised
letters. Farties calling for any of these let
ters will please say "Advertised."
Ed. J. Wood, P. M.
harmless Pre ston's
We have just received the best line of
LADIES' FINE SHOES.
We are now selling one of the best
Lines of Shoes that can be found in
this great land ot Shoes. They are
and are especially adapted to South
ern feet. We have made careful se
lections of styles, embracing Opera
Toes, Medium English Toes, London
Toes, French Heels, and a new heel
that is just out. The Extension
Counter is used In all these goods.
The New French Process is certain
ly a success, making the cheaper
shoes nearly as pleasant as the hand
The word HOME has been registered
as a TRADE-MARK, and same, together
with our Name, Is stamped plainly in bot
toms of all Men's Shoes made by us. All
genuine Ilorae Shoes are packed in cartons,
Which have picture of an Old Fashioned
Shoemaker at work between the words
"Home Shoes." Try a pair and you
will wear no other.
)for sale by( .
TttV3M.m Sms m Co
Having bought the entire stock of goods belonging to the
HI ue Spring G range Co-operative Co., at a bargain, for cash,
we are enabled to give our customers good bargains. Come
in and-see for yourselves. Tiring your spare change and pro
apBTz-siexjsrs Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
PRESCRIPTIONS PAINTS, OILS, EXTRACTS, DYE STUFFS,
AGURATELY j WALL PAER
COMPOUNDED, j m DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
Dnnn pad to
BRYANT & STRATTOu Business College
EookKerping.ShortUand, Penman ship,
Write for Catalogue and fall information.
Brown - Desnoyers
The abore Trade-Murk, cut through
leather near top, Is a guarantee that the
Moot or Shoe containing same has Sole
Leather Counters, Heels, Insoles, Taps,
Slips and Out-soles.
Jfytu want to be sure of buying
solid and reliable goods, insist on
gcilng this brand.
)FOR 8ALE BY( -
This house makes one of the Best
in the World. Our present stock em
braces qualities at $2 00, $1! .'0,
$2 75, SS 00, $: 50, $3 7r,
1 00 and fl 50.
In nice qualities, and in all numbers.
Our $2 50, 00 and $:i 59
Are just what the young men want.
Light pump soles, and stylish toes.
We can fit most any foot in shoes.
USE COATS' TII HEAD.
MEAD &DE BARD,
W. H. MOORE, D.
DRUGGIST i APOTHECARY,
Viola, Tenn ,
Keeps on hand a full stock of
Take your buggy, carriage, wagon and
farm implements of all kinds to
and have them (
REPAIRED tP PAINTED.
BLACMITHM, WAGON aiifl CARRIAGE
done Promptly and Cheaply.
J. P. GARTNER.
Spring Street, McMinnville, Tenn.
"While You Wait,"
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