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SOUTHERN STANDARD McMliN N VILLE, TENNESSEE -SATURDAY, APRIL -", iSqi.
A Great Event
In one s life is the discovery of a remeuy fo
some long-standing malady. The poison of '
Scrofula is ill your blood. Yon Inherited It
from your ancestors. Will you transmit it
to your offspring? In the great majority
of cases, both Consumption and Catarrh orig
inate in Scrofula. It is supposed to bo the
prinftiry source of many other derangements
of the body. Begin at once to cleanse your
blood with the standard alterative,
'Tor several months I was troubled with
scrofulous eruptions over tlio whole body.
My appetite was bad, and my system so
prostrated that I was unable to work. After
trying several remedies in ain, I resolved
to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and did so with
such good effect that less than one bottlo
Restored My Health
and strength. Tho rapidity of the euro as
tonished me, as I expected the process to be
long and tedious." Frederieo Marlz Fer
nundes, Villa Nova do Gaya, Portugal.
' For many years I was a sufferer from
scrofula, until about three years ago, when I
began the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, sinco
which tho disease has entirely disappeared.
A little child of mints who was troubled with
the same complaint, has also been cured by
this medicine." II, Brandt, Avoea, Kcbr.
DR. o. J. AYER & CO., Lowell, LTass.
Boldly Druggist. $l,ilx$5. Worth $5 a bottle.
VA LUn DLL LA ll U
IN WARREN COUNTY
UPOX 1, 2, AND 3 YEARS CREDIT.
On Monday,'' May 4, 1891,
as exeeutresses of AV. E. Ii. Jones, dee'd.
we will sell at the Courthouse door in Mc-
Mimiville, to the Inchest bidder at public
auction, upon a credit of 1, 2, and 3 vears
with interest from date, notes with solvent
security nnd lien retained, a tract of land
1 ving in the 2d civil district of Wnrren
('ountv, known as the Iluil' tract, contain
ing 20tJj acres, conveyed to W, E. 15. Jones
bv J. L. Hull by deed registered at McMinn
ville, book 1,1, pnije 1 17 ; also another tract
lying iu the 12th civil district of Warren
t'ountv, containing 50 acres, conveved to W.
E. B. Jones bv Joh.isou and wife, by deed
registered at McMinnville in hook 11. pages
4,0 ana 477. A.MEIJO.fcS,
LAURA. J. JONES,
line Imported Jack will make the
I present season at Nnmrtts Station, and
be ailnn-ed t' serve mares at the low price of
g&OO to insure.
black with mealy points, 14 hands high,
Mi.t long and heavy, with line large bone,
mm aspknuiil loul letter.
i?l ;ir'i('ii( at ownejV riIt.
F. G. SMARTT & CO.
W JW- AW If f
m.s une young siaiuon win sianu tne
present season at Ewins Grizzle's stable in
.l'leasant Cove, 9 miles East of McMinnville,
and will serve mares at $7. SO to insure live
colt, payable when colt is foaled or property
All :ossitH euro will be taken to
ltnTiit HCiUeiils, but no I in
billlj for any that may occur.
DESCRIPTION and PEDIGREE :
I LI. 11 is a dark bar, of fine form and
limb, 1U hands high, 6 years old and weighs
I2U0 younds. lie combines both saddle und
harness qualities to a remarkable degree.
l'LEET was sired by Ciranville I'., 1st dam,
Wausie, a mare sired by French's Morgan
borse; 2d Dam, Nellie, sired by a thorough
bred Kentucky trotter, Old Pilot; od Dam
was brown mare by a Murmon horse ; 4tli
Dam, a mare sired by Ben Lane's imported
race horse, relix Grundy.
Season to begiu March 20th, and end July
$25.00 I. rKEMIi;saS-$7.50 for best
horse colt, $5.00 for second best : $7.50 for
best mare colt, $5.00 for second best. We
will pay the above premiums on Fleet's colts
ot this year s get, to be shewn on Square in
.McMinuville the 1st aioudav in sept. 1802,
F. S. & EWIN8 GRIZZLE,
On Wednesday May 6th, 1891,
nt the late residence of Col. J II. Hughes,
dee'd., I will oiler at public sale to the high
est uiudcr, an me personal property o' said
deceased not exempt by law, consisting
among other things of Household Goods, 2
(inns, 1 Book Case, 85 Volumes Literary and
ntiier worKs, l I'liaeion ami t-ct of Harness
1 t'ider Press, 1 Feed Cutter, a lot of Farm
in.. I (ianlen Tools, etc.
And ON SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1801, at 2
o ( lock p. in., at t lie Courthouse door in M
Minuville, Tenn., I will otl'rat public sale
Ii' )uires of Ttock in lennes-ee Woolen
Mills, and 7 Shares of Sio?k in (.'. F. Colle:
A ix i.iti k.i of .McMinnville.
Terms of Sale 12 months credit, with
ni'if and good security bearing interest
tr.'ia date on all sums over $5.00, all under
i ii it, Cash.
M.-Minnville, April 22, 1 Sl .
Fresh Candies at York's.
Fresh Fish at Jones' today.
Crackers and Candies at Brown's.
Mr. J. S. Sain, of Nashville, is
New Feathers at the New York
Mr. Geo. D. Sherwin and wife
have returned to Illinois.
Capt. W. A. Rutherford returned
from Kentucky Wednesday.
Seed Oats and Amsterdam Blue
Grass Seed for sale by D. Osborne.
The savory oyster will give way
to the strawberry festival this mouth.
Go to the Warren House Corner
for Fresh Candies,Cakes and Crackers.
William Kelton visited. relatives
in DeKalb county a few days last
Foil Sale. Two pair of Black
Poland China pigs. Apply at this
For Rent. A three-room cot
tage on Spring Street. Apply at this
Miss Mertie Hill, of Sparta, visit
ed Miss Lillie Womack a few days
Mr. A. H. Faulkner went to
Nashville Wednesday, to attend Fed-
Mr. Mark McKeo of Indiana,
is here for the summer seeking bet
50 bushels Stock Peas just receiv
ed at York's. .
Judge Smallman and J. II
Sherrill have gone to Caney Fork on
a fishing trip.
Messrs. John and Sam Macon, of
Nashville, visited friends here a few
days this week.
Torn Comer left Wednesday for
Rushville, Neb., where he will
make his home.-
Mr. J. L. Jones went down to
Nashville Wednesday evening to at
tend Federal Court.
Mrs. D. T. Arledge and little
daughter, Adele, are visiting relatives
near Sparta this week.
For Kent. Three room cottage
rr T icf ftfrnif A rnli T 7
Irwin or W. L. Swann.
wonder wnat time in July or
August McMinnville ice dealers will
find out summer is here.
-City Marshall Iligginbotham
went lo Mtsnvuie wcunesuav as a
witness before the Federal Court.
Miss Aggie Patterson, of In
crease, visited menus and rela
tives here a few days of this week.
Mr. Will JI. Magness, President
of the Hank of Attalla, Ala., is vest
ing the home folks here this week
-Mead & llitchey will buy poul
try for ihe Eastern markets only two
weeks longer. Prices are unchanged.
-Mrs. Dr. J. P. Bostick, who has
been confined to her room with sick
ness for several weeks, is improving
Mrs. Jennie Hamilton and fani
ily left for Nashville Monday morn
ing where they will reside in the fu
Mrs. Mack Bostick, of DeKalb
county, arrived Thursday and will
spend several days visiting relatives
at this place.
-All persons indebted to W. II.
lorKennerDy note or account are
respectfully asked to call and make
settlement of same.
ltev. J. D. Murray and It. M.
Reams went to Wartrace Wednes
day to attend the Spring meeting of
Lightning destroyed several tele
grapn poies on me nv estern i nion
line between this place and Collins
river a few nights ago.
The funeral of Mrs. S. M. llen-
nessee will be preached at Shellsford
church tomorrow by lievs. II. A.
Cunningham and J. D. Smith.
The Nashville papers contain
personal mention of several Warren
County people this week in the pro
ceedings of the Federal Court.
Mead & llitchey will buy poultry
next Monday and Tuesday, and until
noon Wednesday for the Eastern
market, and then stop for this season.
-Col. Ed. J. Wood has sold the
resident' which he now occupies, on
Smithville street, to some Cannon
county people, who will move to it
in a few days.
The residence of Dr. Lee Smith,
at Sparta, burned last Tuesday. It
was with trreat difficult that the
business portion of the town was
saved from destruction.
All prices in Hats ami Slior at
-Dr. G. T. Stainlmck and Mr. W.
G. Brittain went to Presbytery Thurs
day. The body meets at Mt. Zion
church in Wilson county, and they
drove through in a buggy.
Wanted. Something in War
ren county to trade for a good Hotel
in Humboldt, Kans., and a good
farm to trade for a wholesale Liquor
business in good town in Illinois.
W. A. Johnson, Agent.
Rev.J. T. Barbee left Wednesday
for Wilson County to attend the
meeting of McMinnville Presbytery.
He will go from there to Kentucky
to hold a meeting, and then to attend
the General Assembly nt Owensboro.
Mrs. J. P. Gartner, who attend
ed the Grand Lodge, Knights and
Ladies Honor, at Nashville last
week, as the representative of Tulip
Lodge at this place, was elected
Grand Guardian, receiving 3!) out of
"t'eiecia" was presented to a
good crowd at the Optra House
Thursday night by the Elfin Star Co.,
and everyone who attended expressed
themselves as well pleased with the
play. The costumes were magni-
ficient,.and the illuminated garden
scene was a wonderiuiiy pleasing
-Mr. John Beech has sold his
Donnell street residence property,
now occupied by Mr. 13. II. Atkin
son, to Prof. N. J. Finney, who - will
move his family to it from tho Col
lege some time during the summer
Manager Ed. G. Bourne, of the
101 fin Star Comedy Co., has been giv
ing the theatre-goers of McMitinville
some excellent comedy dramas din
ing tins week. iur. isounie has a
good company and they truly deserve
the success they .have had here. A
grand triple comedy bill will be put
on tonight (Friday.) Matinee Satur
day, at 2 p. m. Every child attend
ing the matinee will receive a pies
ent. "Wedded and Parted'' tonight.
-The postoflice at this place was
turned over to the new postmaster,
Mr. A. II. Faulkner, by Col. Wood
last Saturday. Mr. John II. Wood
will remain as clerk in the office un
til the 1st ot June. The new post
master and his assitant, Mr. W. II.
Sagar will spare no effort to make
their administration of the office
satisfactory to the general public in
every particular. They are making
an nonest enort to please, and we
believe will succeed. Mr. Faulkner
has ordered a new case of bronze
lock botfes for the ofiice.
We give place in this issue to an
ordinance for water works which the
Board will submit to the people at
the May election). We hope every
citizen of McMinnville will irive the
ordinance careful perusal and con
smeration. iet it ne understood in
the beginning that this ordinance
proposes to furnish the city with
wholesome spi ing water, suitable for
all domestic purposes. It is quite
probable also that this plan for water
Wrorks will not require any increased
taxation. If approved by the people,
it will bo a year or more before the
works can be completed. By that
time, with good business manages
ment and close collections, our reve
nues will, at the present rate of taxa
tion, very nearly if not quite, pay the
Dr. A. Coke Smith, of Vanderdilt
University, will deliver a lecture at
C. F. College Chapel on Thursday
night, April :30th, for the benefit of
the Epworth League of the Metho
dist Church. The subject of the lec
ture is "The Model Match." Dr.
Smith is a most entertaining talker,
and never fails to draw a large crowd
where he is known.
A meeting of the Commercial Club
will be held in the Opera House
next Monday night, April 27th, to
consider the matter of raising a
bridge subscription. The committee
on new members is expected to
bring in a long list. The meeting
will also consider any other new
business which may eome up.
Oolaeti Harvest Stoves.
Call and see the Golden Harvest
Stoves at Morforn & Biles. It is ex
tra heavy, has ventilated oven, au
tomatic oven door openers and all
modern improvements. It is the
best stove made and is without a
competitor. The Golden Harvest is
a lirst-dass stove at a reasonable
A'cummerciul congress of represen
tatives from Western and Southern
States assembled at Kansas City last
A cream of tartar baking
powder. Highest of all in
leavening strength. I Ait est
U, X. (lotrnuneiit Food Jie
ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.;
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ofliee will' V
M. Smith, Esq.,
.... MeMinr.ville, Tenn.
East Main Street
W. J. JOLLY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN and SPECIALIST.
Office at Residence, cu West Main Street
A B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Oiliee hours ut resilience 'n West Main
Street 7 to 8 a. in., 12 to 1 and C to 7 p.
A. J. PARKER, M.D,
rilYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Bone Cave, Tk.nx.,
Will lie found at his residence at all hums
unless professionally absent. '
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Will be found nt his drug store at all hours
unless professionally absent.
1IAYR0N & BAKER,
Office Potts Rlock,
We have just placed on sale some extra values in Clothing. A
large line of Gents' Pantaloons from 90e up. A large line at $1.25 to
$2.00. Some good values in Doys' Clothing. We are offering some
low prices in Shoes. We have two more cases of Mens' $1.75 Shoes.
We now have our entire stock of Ladies' Summer Shoes and Slip
pers. We can save you money in this line. Every pair Warranted.
in several qualities, from $1.75 to $7.50. We havo a large stock of
WASH DRESS GOODS
Ginghams, Debege, Cheviott Suitings, Challies, Cotton Serge, I'onge,
Satteens, Prints, etc. We have opened a line of Ilenrieta at 25c, 30
inches, in leading colors.
Some Dress Patterns in Fancy Plaids, solid, with Fancy Flouncings,
filack Grenadines iu Stripes and Plaids, Silks, Grimps, etc.
' A large line of
GOLD AND SILVER BRAIDS
from 20c to 90c. Fancy Silk Throws, choice for $1.00.
Our Black Umbrellas for ladies are the latest. White Goods and
Organdies in various paterns and prices. Samples of piece goods
sent by mail on application.
See our Large Stock before Buying,
RTCMTO I'l'lKC ltKl ler cent 1,,-t nil niv
II UL OV'S''1?' 11,,lK ''" 'isbes, Curler
-V .Medicines. Sample free.
1 1W rite now. Dr.Hr nlinan.371 H'way N.Y.
NESS K HEAD HSISCS CURED
CUSHIOKS. Whlopore hwml. Com.
1 tH'K H intiMim.1-. imhi
forl.bl.. s.fe...fulbirIIIUidl.fll. HoUbj K. HISCOI,
aalt. Ur'4. iwk. Wrll. ler kuk ! yraob fHKI.
BOILIMC WATER OR MILK
LB. TINS ONLY.
fSM HAIR BALSAMS
:)V--'ir -JClMnnf wid bctatllki the tii.
I J Promotel lnxurinl ((riiwth.
V,)l'---'"S"r Nover Falli to Host ore Qrag
nmr w its luummi i.oior.
Cure irulp illwtKi It hair lalliue.
ip.mljl mil nm?(iMtt
Piirkor'a rimir TmiiTT It rr.-a Hi. ..n,i J:.,. l.
Mink l.ui.ifi. lwlHlily, Iniligi-iUon, l'aiu, Taks in lime. 40 tt.
IHUtHCURNS. The nnlrnm cure tbr Come.
,w alljHuu. Xjd. at Uruggiita, or UfrCuX CO., N. Y.
AND EXPENSES PAID.
Yc want a fev more good nieu to sell our
nursery products. To energetic and reliable
men we will punrantee libernl whkcm
and permiiiient emilo) inriit. Pre
vious experience not required. Terms and
outfit tree. Address statins ace and enclos
iiiRstanip, KUAICN, II KMC Y at CO.,
MenecH NumericM, lipnevn, N.Y.
RAISED FLOWERS, GRASSES, U
On Visiting Carda-wlth a knife.
Are you acquainted with this beautiful
nnd fiisciiintiw! art? You should learn it
and become the most popular person in
your localiy. It is the most beautiful, fasci
nating mid iiiNiirinn work ever produced.
Until June 1st I will tench it for $1.00.
There is a secret r.bout it which you can
learn by reading the instructions once.
Sample 20c. Cards $2.00 per dozen. Send
money i.nly by P. (). Sloney Order, Express ;
Order, Registered Letter, or Draft on Chica
go. Address plaiuly,
V. It. VXllK, (ItoxSG) t.:vti. HI.
I will sell my two story residence on Don
nell Street, (now occupied by Mr. Atkinson),
at cash price on easy terms, viz: one-fourth
cash, balance in 1, '2, 3 and 4 years, with in
terest. House is in good repair, contains 7
room; besides halls, pantries and store
rooms.Ja lar-je smoke house and wood shed,
large yard nnd garden, and well of fine free
stone water. It is quite convenient to both
schools and to the business portion of town.
It is desirable property in every respect.
Price on application.
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