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8 SOUTHERN STANDARD MCM1 JM iM VILLE, TENNESSEE. -SATURDAY, MAR 16qi.
A cream of- tartar baking
powder. Highest of all in
leavening strength. latest
V. S. Government Food L'e
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Will be found at his drug store at nil hours
unless professionally absent.
ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'ItGEON.
Office will- V. M. Smith, Esq.,
East Main Street McMinr.ville, Tenn.
W. J. JOLLY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN and SPECIALIST.
Office lit Residence-on WeA Main Street
A B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office hours at residence on West Main
Street 7 to S a. m., 12 to I and (! to 7 p. in
A. J. PARKER, M.D.,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Hone Cavk, Tkn.,
Will be found it his residence at all hours
unless professionally abent.
Office over the
store of A. II.
'Gross, in Potts
McM INN VILLE, TENN.
HAVRON & BAKER,
Surveyors and Civil Engineers,
Office Potts l'.lock,
McM I NX VI LLE TENN ESSEE.
They Will Blow Your Horn for You.
Every one in the South interested
in or knowing of the proposed start
ing of any new manufacturing or
mining enterprise, whether large or
Mnall, or of the extensions of factories
or mines, now in operation, or the
erection of large buildings, would
benefit himself, as well as the South
generally, by sending particulars to
the Manufacturers' Record of Haiti
more. That paper hu3 for years made
a business of reporting every new
manufacturing concern, from a cotton
gin to a furnace, every new mining
company, and every bank started
;nywhere in the South. This infor
mation is read by thousands of peo
ple all over the United States, and is
(f ten republished by hundreds of
other papers that look to the Manu
facturers' Record for information
about this section. The result is that
every new enterprise, and the town
:u which it is located, are widely ad
vertised without cost, and great good
often results. In this way the wants
of Southern manufacturers who wish
to buy machinery are made public,
:.nd catalogues of all machinery in
their line, with prices, etc., are re
ccived, and they are thus enabled to
.select the best machinery at the low
est cost. The Manufacturers' Record
invites all information of this charac
ter, and everybody in the South
should take an interest in seeing that
that journal receives the earliest
notices that can possibly be given of
Mich now enterprises, or of the en
largement of those now in operation.
English Spavin Liniment removes
:ll Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps
:md llloinishes from horses, Rlood
Spavin, Curbs, Splints, Ring Rone,
Sweeney, Stifles, Sprains, Sore and
Swollen Throat, Coughs, ect. Save
3'0 by u-io of one bottle. Warranto
the most wonderful Rlemish Cure
over known. Sold by llncmv A
I'i Ti K , Druggist.
Why suffer? Pre-Uns "Iled-Ake"
will cure you.
Irving College, Tenn., Mar. 18, '91.
There is a wonderful clinking of
chains, rattle of plows, etc., heard in
the community since the weather has
become fair. Everybody and every
thing appears busy and full of life.
Notwithstanding all this the Invinci
bles were not too busy to call at Mr.
G. F. Wagner's yesterday, where
they had a regular meeting for the
purpose of partaking of the usual em
blems of the order. Rrother Wag
ner was presented with the imperial
badge and wore it with becoming
grace and dignity.
The greatest social event of the sea
son was the marriage of Mr. Joe M.
Deakins of Dunlap, to Miss Eliza
Hill, which took place at the resin
dence of the bride's father, Col. H. L.
W. Hill, Tuesday evening at 7
o'clock. The ceremony was beauti
fully and impressively performed by
Dr. J. T. Barbee, of McMinnville,
after which the guests were invited to
a table as beautifully and bountifully
furnished as ever was spread on Col
lins river. One had to be something
more than an eye-witness to fully ap
preciate it. It is worse than useless
to undertake to give the names of the
guests present, for their name was
Legion. WTe join their many friends
in wishing that their lives may be
long and as free from the turmoils
and tribulations of earth as it is possi
ble for mortals to be.
Mr. Jim Hughes and lamily and
Sim Moore of Viola, Miss Eva Eng
land of Pembroke, Ky., Messrs. Wal
ter Clack, Perry Stone, llobt. Kelly,
and Dr. Hall, of Dunlap, Messrs.
Dock Hughes, C. A. Hopkins, and
Miss Jennie Mofhtt of McMinnville,
Mr. Virgil Hill and family nnd Mr.
W. S. Cain and family of Tarlton,
and Mr. A. J. Myers and family of
Satley, were all among the attendants
on the wedding outside of the neigh
borhood. Mr. Ambros Killian, an old and
respected citizen of Grundy county,
died a few days ago. We sympa
thize with his mourning friends.
Devenport, Tenn., Mar. IS, 1S91 .
There has not been much farm work
done in this section of the country
this winter on account of rough and
wet weather, but the last two days
begin to look like winter is over, and
if it continues so farmers will hustle.
The oat crop will be slim, for there
has not been and will not he many
sown. Wheat looks tolerably well,
but the last cold snaps have made it
look a little yellow.
Mr. Joe Prater, a teacher tf vocal
music of Cannon county, was stirring
up the young folks of this neighbor
hood a few days ago and trying to
learn them how to sing.
Miss Ann Reazley of Rutherford
county, is visiting relatives in this
neighborhood this week.
I want some Bible reader to show
by Scripture who changed the Sab
bath from theseventh to the first day
of the week, or that the Sabbath was
ever abolished by Divine authority.
Give answer through the Standard.
Daylight, March 1, 1891. The
weather has been fine this week and
farmers have been sowing oats, mak
ing gardens, etc., with a rush.
W. S. Mullins and J. S. Kirby
made a trip to Cannon county this
The school at Raid Knob will close
Friday, March 28th, with examina
tion during the day and exhibition at
Geo. W. Wood, Esq., and Miss Ret
tie Newby, both of the 12th district,
were united in marriage last Sunday.
The peaches do not seem to have
been injured by the late cold snap.
J. S. Oliver, of Devenport, spent
Sunday night with his parents here.
John A. Mitchell, of Cannon coun
ty, was on a visit to his parents last
Walling, Tenn., March 17, 1891.
The farmers in this part of tha coun
ty are greatly behind with their
crops. Oat sowing is going on at a
rapid rate, as this is the only pretty
space of weather that we have had
The school at this place, under the
management of Prof. W. R. King, is
promising to be one of the best
schools that we have had here since
our school house has been erected.
Walling for one time is blessed with
a good teacher. Prof. King has about
.ID piHils enrolled.
Your correspondent had the pleas
ure of being at a music party at Mr.
Ilankins' last Saturday night, which
was quite a success. There were
about sixteen young ladies present
and about thirty gentlemen. Among
the young ladies present wore Misses
Recie Jhco, Louisa Jaco, Mary .laco,
Annie Jaco, Elizi Jam, Docie Kcll,
Sallie McWhirter, Lou Ilankins and
others. The boys out of lower War
ren county, better known as the
shake rug boy?, played a very cons
Dibrell, Tenn., March IK, 1891.
The Demorest contest came oil' lust
night at the college, Miss Maude Par
ker, a little twelve year old daugh
ter of C. A. Parker, carrying off the
medal. The twelve contestants all
acquitted themselves in an admira
bly manner. A large crowd was
present, and the very best of order
throughout the entire contest. The
medal was presented in an appro
priate manner with a short address
by Prof. C. J. Denton.
Profs. I. I). Womack of Cross
Roads, and T. J. Potter of Hollands
worth, both gave us a pleasant call
Another wedding last Sunday Mr.
George Wood to Miss Rettie Newby,
Esq. Vanhooser officiating. We
wish them fair winds and a smooth
sail through life.
The weather has been much better
for sowing oats thi week than any
time previously this sea-on.
Mr. White and Arthur 1'nrker will
preach at Green Hill next Sunday
and at night.
Prof. C. J. Denton is soon to have
his dwelling hue erected on the
ground near the college.
We are to have :i new merchant at
Oath. Mr. Sclhrs retires selling
out to Mr. F. II. Badger, from near
Keitonsburgh, Tenn. We welcome
him into our mid-t.
Mead & Ritchey will buy poultry
every Monday and Tuesday at the
McMinnville Mead & Ritchey.
Rock Island Cunningham A:
Moore, J. II. Towles.
Rowland W. H. Simpson.
Smartts C. M. Finger.
Morrison J. R. Parker.
Sumiiiitville S. II. Roberts iV Co.,
J. M. Ros.
Increase W. S. Ros-.
Goodbars Biles A .Mangy.
Will pay the following prices: .'
cents per pound l.r liens, Ducks and
Turkeys. Imlf price for Roo-ters.
Geese, mil Ir.-tli . . 2o eenti each.
After two lii-t . ii-i;-, IM Gees" will
"Fruits and Fruit Tree3"
is an ably wiittin boook and gives
trusty inforiiiatiini f rnll who grow
fruit of any sort or kind. Stark Rros'
Ntprseries, Loui.-iana, Mo., will send
it free to all interested. Oraiiye Jiuhl
& destructive agent, that, like fire, con
' inmei and annihilates life.
Is there a single particle of blood poijon
In your veins? Beware! Like the de
vouring flame, it increases in force and
leaves only destruction in its track.
Poison in the blood is due sometimes to
contagion. Sometimes it is inherited. It
ruins health, no matter from which source
it springs. It feeds in a horrible manner
on the flesh, and devastates every organ
of the body. Pitiable in the extreme
would be the condition of that man await
ing death from the effects of scrofula,
syphilis, deep-seated ulcers, rottening of
the bones, sloughing of the flesh, aching
i'oints, etc., were there no salvation for
am. But there is; for, although these
conditions continue to grow worse if neg
lected, he nevertheless can be saved to a
life of usefulness, and every trace of blood
poison can be eliminated from his system
and he be made safe from further suffer
ing, and his posterity insured against the
possibility of a fearful heritage, easily and
quickly, if he will only use that infallible
antidote for blood poison, Dr. John Bull's
Sarsaparilla. It contains just such ingre
dients as nature has provided for cleans
ing the blood of every impurity, for re
storing strength to the digestive processes,
for assisting in the correct assimilation of
nutrition and building up new tissue.
Try it when other remedies have failed,
it has never and never will disappoint any
one. J. B. Morse, Clinton, Ina., writes :
" I wan for many years affected with con
tagious blood poison. Portions of my flesh
seemed to be fairly putrid and mortifying.
My hair fell out, and I was an object of re
pulsion to every one. My breath smelled
horrible, and I bad catarrh so fearfully bad
that pieces of frontal bones rotted and came
out. wy nostrils. I lost the sense of taste
and smell. I became a veritable bag o'
bone, and weighed only eighty-nine
pounds. I could nardly sleep from pain,
end was so weak I could hardly walk. The
docton) said I could not live many months.
A druggist persuaded me to try Dr. Bull's
HarHRcnrtlla, and strange aa it may seem,
that leraedy saved my life and brought me
back to health. I now weigh I'M pounds,
am free from pain and sores, and although
have deep rchi-h where sores were, 1 consider
myself In excellent health,"
MI)on't watt for your child to have
spasms. Kemove the worms at once with
Dr. John Hull's Worm Destroyers.
My wife had chills and fever for
nearly a year. At Inst Smith's Tonic Syrup
broke them up. and I now prescribe it in my
practice. r. A. H'. Travis, Silver Lake, Kas.
John I). Fark. it Sons, Wholesale Apentf,
I'i, 177 uml 17;? .sjvamore St., Cincinnati, O.
That we have
Entire Bpring Stock
of goods. We have made special efforts this season to place
on our counters a stock of goods that would
POSITIVELY DEFY COMPETITION.
They say we have done it. We are hopeful of having a line
that will meet the hearty a pyroval of all. Our salesmen are
ready to show any one who calls our entire line, and we ask
for an oport unity.
Dress goods, linens, white goods, organdies, laces, Hamburg's,
silks, hosiery, ribbons, notions, ladies' and gents' furnishings.
shoes, etc., etc.
Mens', boys', youths', and children's
Spring and Summer Clothing.
Carpets, rugs, mattings, oil cloths, lace curtains, Holland
shades, portears, curtain poles, easels, screens, fancy bamboo
goods, baskets of all shapes, decorating baskets, straw hats.
table covers, etc., etc.
This gives one an idea of what we carry. Now is the time to
call. Come first and get choice. People living in Sparta or
Tullahonia. or any point between, will find trains running so
they can spend several hours in our great stock and get home
the same day. 2o job lots are going like hot cakes. -There is
no reason why our little city should not be headquarters for
Middle Tennessee for cheap goods. See at once some novel
ties in wash dress goods.
TmBMm Bbos & Co
0 ' 3 0
J. II. WA'RREN,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SEWINC MACHINES,
.ITT) OTEIEB LiailT MACHHTEEY.
Every Piece of Work Guaranteed.
Shop in Jones Bros' Store, East Main Street, McMinnville, Tenn.
rsTsiciAirs urugs, medicines, oiiemiuais,
PRESCRIPTIONS PAINTS, fill S. FXTRARTS. flY FSTUFFS.
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AOURATLY j WALL PAPER
COMPOUNDED, j . m DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
The Peoples-Rational Bank of McMinnville
AUTHORIZED DEPOSITORY OF STATE FUNDS.
J. I MORFORD, S. L. COLYI LLK
.1.0. UH.KS, .1.0. M. I!0S.
W! 0. WOMACK. .1. A. ROSS.
U M. BILKS.
Does a General Hanking
just received our
Take your buggy, carriage, wagon anil
farm implements of all kinds to
and have them
REPAIRED & PAINTED.
BLACKSMITHING, WAGON and CARRIAGE
done Promptly and Cheaply.
J. P. GARTNER.
isnring StrePt, McMinnville, Tenn.
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
DRUGGIST f APOTHECARY,
Keeps ou hand n full stock of
nirjj rn 1
.1. F. M OR FORD "resident.
,f. C. BILKS Vi-e President.
FRANK COLVILLK, Cashier.
C. M. M OR FORD Assistant Cashier.
Business, Deposits Solicited