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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1891,
Seo Smith's baskets.
Cream Cheeso at A. M. Jone's.
Fresh fancy cakes at D. O. Jen-
Go to J. W. Gray's for strawber
No trouble for it to rain after it
Latest arrivals of candies at I).
-Oranges, Lemons and Banannas
at J. W. Gray's.
-Frank Colville was in Sparta one
day this week.
Go to J. V. Gray's for Soda Wa
ter and Milk Shake.
Choice line of cigars and tobaccos
at Smith AThurman's.
J. W. Gray keeps a full line of
cigars and tobaccos.
Call on J. W. Gray for your
lunch baskets of all kinds.
Cocoanuts, raisins, prunes, etc.,
ALBERT SEITZ M D fresh and choice, at I). 0. Jenkins'.
iur. rAi, xjurweu, 01 jui'imnnu,
A cream of tartar baking
powder. Highest of all in
leavening strength. Ixilest
U. S. Government Food He
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office with F: M Smith, Esq.,
East Main Street McMinr.ville, Tenn
W. J. JOLLY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN and SFECIALIST.
Office at ltesidenee on West Main Street
A B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office hours at residence on West Main
Street 7 to 8 a. in., 12 to I and 6 to 7 p. m
A. J. PARKER, M.D,
1'IIYSiriAX ami SURGEON,
Hose C.wi:, Tksx.,
Will be found at his residence at all hours
unless professionally absent.
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
Will be found at his drug store at all hours
unless professionally absent.
Office over th
store of A. II.
'Gross, in Potts
1IAYH0N & BAKER,
Surveyors and Civil Engineers.
Office Potls Rloek,
FLOUR & FEED MILLS
Eulai, Wara'Wy, fan.
Sylvester I5iioek, - Prnrictor,
J. V. Johnson, Miller.
These mills are fitted up with the Litest
improved Holler Process Machinery, and
are prepared to do the very best class of
merchant and custom work. Mr. J. W.
Johnson, the miller, has had long expert
nice. 1 have recently built a large addi
tion to the mill for storing grain, and will
take all wheat offered at the Highest Cash
Price. Custom solicited and fullest satis
SYLVESTER BROWER, Prop'r.
riHIIS fine Imported Jack will make the
1 present season at Sinartts Station, and
l.e allowed to serve mares at the low price of
gS.OO to insure.
is black with mealy points, 1 4 4 hands high,
iuiu longanu neavv, with tine large bone,
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u mi iispienuiu 10111 geuer.
All accidents 11 1 nwiit'jN' risk.
spent Sunday last with his parents
Mr. A. M. Jones moved . into his
new residence on Lyon Street this
Mr. V. T. Bay has been appoint
ed postmaster at Hanlarft in this
Smith & Thurmanliave just
opened an entire new line of choice
For Fresh Tomatoes, Beans, Cab
bage and Strawberries go to A. M.
For Rent. A three-room cot
tage on Sprit.g Street. Apply at this
Miss Minnie Anderson, of Crisp
Springs, is visiting Miss Ida Jones
This is Decoration Day, and
being a National holiday, the banks
will be closed.
Mr. B. S. Stroud, of Manchester,
was registered at the Warren House
-Mr. P. M. Ay res, a representa
tive of the JNasnville banner, was
Dr. Stainback is expected home
this morning, and will fill his pulpit
as usual tomorrow.
-Mrs. Sallie Turner left Thursday
morning lor lexas, to visit menus
for about three weeks.
A large stock of fresh candies
plain and fancy, just opened this
week by I). (). Jenkins.
Mrs. T. II. Eastwood returned
home Wednesday from a visit to
relatives at Beech Grove.
Forty-five car loads of Bon Air
coal have been sold and delivered
here since the 1st of May.
-W. S. Lively opened u branch
photo gallery at Sparta Thursday
with Mr. Lloyd in charge.
Mrs. J. T. Curry left Thursday
morning lor Y heeling, . Ark., to
visit her father for several weeks.
Dr. Bushnell, of Chattanooga
preached at the Cumberland Presby
teriau Church here Wednesday night
-Miss Carrie Garner, of Viola, ha
been visiting in town this week, and
attending the closing exercises of the
The McMinnville Hardware Co
are now handling a fine quality of
lime, and can supply it in any quan
A new stock of sweet, sour and
mixed pickles, sauces, mustard, etc,
just opened at D. L. Brown's. The
finest goods on the market.
Fou Bent. A six room dwell,
ing. Large yard and garden, and
fine well of water. Apply to F. E.
Jones', at the Warren House.
The drouth was broken .up by a
heavy rain and thunder storm here
-Misses Mollie and Lizzie Hen- $&$'zri
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derson of Murfrcesboro, spent the last
week here as eue&ts of Mrs. Sallie
Turner, returning home Thursday
Mr. John G. McGuire has been
staying at home rather closely this
week, getting acquainted with a little
son whose arrival was registered last
Mr. B. F. Cantrell and wife and
Mr. I. J.Thurman, of this place, k.
. . ... . m . 1 . "ViV" i il 1. 1. .
tend thvP Grand Conclave of the
Mrs. A. rJ. Crawford accompa
nied the Texas girls from C. F. Col-
ege to their homes. Mrs. C. will
visit friends at Pilot Point, in that
State, for about three weeks.
Thurman Bros. & Co., continue
their last Tuesday's bargains as last
Tuesday was rainy and people did
not have an opportunity to attend.
Come one and all next Tuesday.
The strawberry crop is most gone
and there hasn't been a single church
festival in McMinnville during the
season. The claim that McMinnville
s free from epidemics is no idle
Mr. Frank Spurlock and wife
came over from Chattanooga last Sat
urday to visit friends and relatives
here. Mr. S. returned Tuesday, but
his wife will remain until sometime
-Miss Ann Black, after a visit of
three months to friends and relatives
n Lebanon and Carthage, returned
home Thursday accompanied by Mrs.
G. W. Lewis and her two children,
from Carthage, who will spend sever
al weeks at their old home on Rebel
Rev. J. D. Murray will be reg
ularly installed as pastor of the Pres
byterian church at this place on Sun
day, June 7th. The Presbyterial
Commission to conduct the installa
tion is composed of Rev. J. W. Stagg
of Nashvile, and Rev. E. A. Ramsey
Mr. John Blair, of Loudon, was
here this week, visiting his. sister,
Mrs. A. B. Ramsey, and attending
the C. F. College commencement.
He returned home Thursday, accom
panied by his cousins, Misses Fannie
and Lucy Blair, who have been at
tending the College for the last ten
Prof. Chas. F. Vanderford, Direc
tor of the Agricultural Experiment
Station, University of Tennessee,
Knoxville, has been here in attend
ance upon the closing exercises of the
City Schools this week. The Mc
Minnville City School is now carried
in the catalogues of the University on
its list of accredited schools.
Some little excitement was crea
ted during the school entertainment
at the Opera House Thursday night
over a groundless fear of insecurity
of the building. It is estimated that
not less than a thousand people were
packed into the room, three hundred
or more of whom, mostly children,
were on the gallery. The stamping
and applause on the gallery caused
some slight cracking of plastering on
the partition wall under the gallery,
and it was lortunate that a panic was
not created in that was the only
real danger. It would be impossible
to pack any more people in the Opera
House than were there Thursday
night, or to put the building to a
severer strain. Having stood this
test, there need be no fears in the fu-
U U 3 U
COO yards Fine Scotch Ginghams just received from New
York in summer shades worth lGc, for this day only at 10c per
200 yards Fine Brilliantines, 40 inches wide, worth (JO c, at
35c; good colors.
1000 yards Dress Chevoitts, worth 7c, at 5c, for this day
300 yards Twilled Cotton Serge, 36 inches wide, worth 15c,
at 10c for this day only.
15 pieces Fine Millinery Ribbon in beautiful colors, worth
C5c to 75c, at 25c for this day only.
We make the above articles at great inducements. We ask
every consumer to see them. They are all in season and just
what is wanted now. All
New goods and the best styles. We have
Just received a new line of
Scrims, Wooolcn Suits,
Silks, Ribbons, Table Linnens,
We earnestly solicit a call from every
Purchaser before placing your order. Our stock
Is being replenished, and we
Will always try to have what you went.
The gentlemen will always find our Clothing Stock to be
Superior. WeTiandle the Tailor Made and not the Eastern
Goods for the fine trade. We have just concluded to add to our
."HO yards iViie Bleached Domestic at 7c, worth 10c.
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STOVE, TINWARE and HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
O TIN, SHEET IRON and COPPER WARE,
I have now on hand a lnrg stock of
Cooking and Heating Stoves,
which I will sell cheap for Cash, or
Ek'ibj: f;i C::a 1: B::f ta'.tlt.
i t'.i' Mcminn yilli
: Contracting and Building Go.
last Monday, which has been follow-
F. 6. SMARTT &C0. er!'
uuuici . t v o 1 , uuuu;in;i til lue
National Bank of McMinnville, goes
to Nashville this morning to see the
big show, "Last Days of Pompeii."
Mead & Ritchey will buy hens
and frying chickens at their store
every Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday until further notice. St.
Miss Fannie Bruster left Thurs
day morning with the College girls
for Troy, Texas, where she will spend
several months visiting her brothers.
Mr. Geo. E. Mattice, editor of
the Dunlap Tribune, has been here
several days this week, presenting
the claims of the Northwestern
Masonic Mutual Benefit Association,
a life insurance organization having
souk- attractive features.
On Monnday Juno 1st, 1391,
I will sell at public sale at the Courthouse
door in McMinnville, the following persoual
property to w it: One bedstead, mattress and
leather bed, one bureau, one writing desk,
one rhnir, one trunkftone Xevaio or Indian
blanket, some books and several small arti
Terms of sale, all si.ms under five dollars
:h, all sums over tive dollars on a credit
; twelve months. Notes with good security
iviuired of the purchaser.
A I) persons having claims against the en
bite of Tims. Collier, dee'd, will prewnt the
s;.iih to me for payment. Those indebted
will please conic and settle the same.
Mnv 11, 1S!'1.
W. I,. SWANS", adm'r
of Tims. Comer, dee'd.
Sulnri'il.c for the Staxhakd, ?1.
ture ; the building is absolutely safe.
CLOSING WEEK AT TERRILL
Monday, June 15 Classes from 8
to 12. "The Deestrick Skule'' from
1:30 to 4.
Tuesday, June 1G Classes from 8
toll. Address by Col. A. S. Colyar
at 11. Essays and Orations from 1:30
to 2. Entertainment by the Grady
Society from 2 to 4.
Wednesday, June 17. Classes
from 8 to 11. Address by Rev. Green
P. Jackson at 11. Essays and Ora
tions of Graduating Class from 1:30
to 2. Entertainment by Matt Estill
Society from 2 to 4.
Thursday, June 18. Classes from
8 to 11. Dr. D. C. Kelley delivers an
address at 11. Essays and Orations
by members of the Graduating Class
from 1:30 to 2. A concert by music
students from 2 to 4.
Friday, June 10. Essays and Ora
tions, 8 to 10. Address of Hon. U. S.
Hall, President of Farmers' and La
borers' Union of Missouri, from 10 to
This Company is composed of four competent and Bkilled workmen, and we solicit
orders for all kinds of buildintt and carpenter work. Those wanting any work in our
line done, either by day or contract, will find it to their Interest to consult us before
.'. .", .. .'. placing their orders. .'.
Work, Square Dealings. LowPrices.-K
Come and see us. New Shop on Oak Street, between Spring and College.
McMinnville Contracting & Building Co.
Green Wells, a negro who brutally
murdered a white man named Fly in
Maury county a short time ago, was
taken fiwui the Columbia jail by a
mob Wednesday afternoon and hang
ed to the bridge over Duck river.
Take your buggy, carriage, wagon and
farm Implements of all kinds to
, ., and have them
REPAIRED tP PAINTED.
BLICKSMITHIN&, WAGON and CARRIAGE
done Promptly and Cheaply.
: J. P. GARTNER.
. Spring Street, McMinnville, Tenn.
J. II. TORfiBN,
Ja7TTGH Er S
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SEWING MACHINES,
' A.lS'ID OTHER XjICS-HT ULjGTZXZTJZTZir.
Every Piece of Work Guaranteed.
Shop in Jones Bros' Store, East Main Street, McMinnvllie, Tenn,