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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINN VI LLE, TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, ism.
J f ROYAL Hfc'iW 1 J
THIS is the time of year for closing out odds and ends.
They must go at any price. AVe have determined to sell the
remnant of summer goods cheap in order to close them out.
-Mh. It. Thomas, Jr., and her
jhter, Mr. J, II. Morrill, arrived
Thursday from Thomasville, da.,
and will spend the summer at River
Col. J. V. Clift, wife and little
daughter, and Mr. Chun Stewart, of
Chattanooga, have been here this
week, attending the bedside of Mrs.
Clift in her last hours.
Every school teacher in Warren
county should be on hand promptly
at the opening of th Teacher's Insti
tute next Monday, and remain
throughout the entire week.
Sparta Expositor: Miss Emma
Wood, one of McMinn villa's popular
vounir ladies, was vistins Miss Kate
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uronson tne past week, accompanied m una siock 01 CIICVIOUS ai O CCIUS 10 C10SC. .LOOK Oil IMS
by little Merreii Doyle, who was vis- counter at several pieces of serge ve want to close at 8
iting relatives. - . .... .. . '.
-Pmf. Mentor T.rriii nd mf I anu inen ior tuese gingiiams we only ask you 8 cents.
Hopkins, of Terriii College, Decherd, Come down a little further and sec some white goods soiled
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xogemerwnnMisswuauoiJMissouri, on edges, worth 25 cents, at 15 cents. JSee these new pat-
institute next week. They are the terns sma" figures just in. After you have selected a dress
guests of Mr. o. M. Thurman's fami- from our new prints just take a look at the ribbons on the
'y rio-llt. Wo SpH Vmi ihn Kr fl nt 1(1 nanta nVinna in imiakai..
I O jvu HIV 1 UU XV VHIO) ULUVIO all IJ1VIJUI"
" v ' T1AT1 'I hia I At 4-nllr .i-wyr. m , I . 1 -.
nf Wurtrnf-p nd Alias Sullip Wnltnn -iwiij iiviu iui oiuv i:iuves una mills vvtj cuirieu uvt'l,
ALiUHiKT SSJliriA 1V1. JJ., neranu iuiiKnaKe au. w.urays. 0f Cornersville, are visting here and take choice for 10 tents, being as it's you. Yes, we have
his-srrzriK Z'xs r r rz r t another th. $2.5o
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ladies are strangers to our neonle. but noes, ail rignt, IierO tneV are. 1 llCSe
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Miss Valton has many friends here
A cream of tartar baking
powder. Highest of all in
leavening strength. latest
U. S. Government Food J?e-port.
-Melons today at J. W. Gray's.
W. T. Murray, Esq., is in Nash
Hadiant Grates at Morford &
Take your barter to Smith &
Go and see the new goods just
opened at Cunningham's,
Smith & Thurman have a new
-You can get 20 lbs Sugar for i)5
cts at The Bakery.
-All eatables bought and sold by
Smith & Thurman.
Chipped and canned beef, in 1
pound cans, at The Bakery.
-Mr. A, J. Brown of Viola, was
here a day or two this week.
Capt. J. W. Irwin went to Nash
ville this (Friday) morning.
Fresh Cream Cheese and dried
beef at The Bakery the 4th of July.
You will find the best Soda Wa-
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office witl P. M. Smith, Esq.,
East Main Street McMinr.ville, Tenn
W. J. JOLLY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN aud SPECIALIST.
OfHoe (it Ileanlence on West Main Street
A B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office hours at resilience on West Main
Street 7 to 8 n. m.. 12 to I and 6 to 7 p. in
Office over th
store of A. H.
"Gross, in Potts
HATltON & BAKElt,
Surveyors and Givi! Engineers.
Office Potts Block,
,: c M I N N VI LLE TENNESSEE.
Boys only. Incorporated In 1795.
Tlmrmiuli ir'iiinitioii fur all rollcucs mid
for luisincss. Ilcunc (uvc and traiuiiiK in
Principal's family. Scud tor catalogue to
.1. ('. Norris, l'rin., (.'aniiinlaiKiia. N. l.
Koflned Christian Horn,
I and rrnctlcal. btvam-heated,
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prTPmcBti. No school Id the South or Went co
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
c BT'T more elern t horn or plaanter urroimdinw.
Tor c "lofruTTddeM fti t .kill 1 1 M 1U iXi
j. R. II. CM A KITS.n.D.,
Miss Cora Shong'i3 visiting rela
tives near lorrison a few days this
-Mr. Carl Mankin of Beech
Grove, is visiting relatives here this
Cunningham sells only for cash,
and therefore gives bottom prices on
Morioru v lines nave cane
mills and sorghum pans of all sizes
The bargains you can get for the
cash at J. M. Cunningham's will sur
Fresh stock of choice banannas
and lemons just received at D. ().
-Go to Smith & Thurman's for a
line ol groceries that are not kept
made upon a former visit.
-Mrs. Elizabeth Clift, wife of Capt.
James Clift, died at their home on
Spring Street in this place, at
o'clock Wednesday morning, July
lstafter along but patient illness.
Funeral services were held at the
residence by Dr. G. T. Stainback on
Thursday afternoon, and a large
number of sympathizing friends of
the family followed the remains to
-Mr. W. K. Smartt. formerly of
this county, but now of Cookeville,
was married on Thursdny night to
Miss Martha Wilson, daughter of
LAWW TENNIS SHOES
are just what you want for comfort. Those silk umbrellas are
just in, and are fully one-third off.
"WALK . UP STAIRS.tx
bill. Hope you have appreciated the bargains. Call
And Tumora CUKKP . no knife;
book free. Dr. Okitiokt A Dix,
No. 1M Elm St., Cincinnati. O.
The GrcatHeaith unirtrv.
PackiRB makes 6 KAllim. Di'hcunn. si,irklinR, ami
Mpeti7.in(T. Hold by r11 dealnrs A beautiful Picture
Biiok and cantt sont runt: to any one sending
Mldresa to the J. E. UllX.3 CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
foS-KPtffe HAIR BALSAM
)W-.T I'.'flSi ClnoMt and bcntilic the iii.
,t ' 1,401 Promote! a luxuriant growth.
kiTVy Never Faile to Bestore Gray
i&iK'T' Hlr 10 lt Youthful Color.
?VVrtT I Curei tralp diifawf k hair UUlng.
s'".nd timet Dmpgirta
li.i P.rk.r'1 ainiriir Tonia. It riirvt the wurtl Colitfh.
V oak l.uiic". Pchilily, Indigestion, Pain, Take In time. 50 cta
IERCOKNS. The only mre core for Coma,
. Ado. ai iruaiiu, or mb
DrutjiiU, or UlSCUX CO., N. X.
For Dclicidiis For Improved nntl
licet Ivii. hfonoiiuc tottkery
(nc iiouiul of l',xtr:iet of lit'cf equal to
forty pounds of leiin beef, Cenuine only
with sienature or J. von Lieoig in
Opens Sept. 17th, 1891. One of the most
thorough and attractive Schools for youn?
hadiea in the soutu. Conserwatory Course
in Music. Twenty-five teachers and officers.
.situation beautiful. Climate unsurpasseu
I'uoils from twenty States. Terms low
Special inducements to persons at a dis
tance. For the superior advantages of this
eeiepraten irginia Scnool, write ior a ciua
loyne to the rresnlent,
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SAMPLE COPIES FREE!
THE SUNNY SOUTH, our great
Southern Family Weekly, should be taken
in every household. The price is only $2
a year, aud a present which is worth that
amount ormore is sent for every yearly sub
sciiption. A sample eopv will be sent free
to anv address. Write at once to
J. II. SEALS & CO.,
Mr. George Julian is buildin
a new addition to nw residence on
Just received Fresh stock of
Oranges, Banannas and Lemons at
-iirs. a. u, jonnson arrived a
few days ago on a visit to her mother
Mrs. E. J. Griswold.
Mr. Will Thurman is on a myste
rlous mission to Manchester and
other points this week.
W. S. Maddux has a ne.v stock
of pretty lap dusters which he is sel
ling very cheap for cash.
Miss Maggie King, of Mt. Zion,
spent a few days of this week here,
visiting friends and relatives.
The postoffice will be closed to'
day between the hours of fl a. m
anu i p. in., anu oeiween z ana o
Mrs. Ewing Watterson and little
son, of Kentucky, are visiting her
parents, Dr. Thos. Black and wife, at
Judge Andrew B. Martin, of the
law department of Cumberland Uni
versity, Lebanon, was here one day
Mr. II. P. Newton, wife and
little daughter, of Nashville, arrived
today (Friday) on a visit to Mr, New
Fresh oat meal.Cormack's Nuda
vene Flakes, the best and choicest
brand of delicacy, just received at
D. O. Jenkin's.
Have you heard the latest news?
Cunningham is offering the biggest separate room.
bargains of the season in shoes, cloth- made while he
ing and dry goods.
Mr. Conrad Hochn, of Chicago,
has been here lor several days this
we,ek, revising Sanborn's insurance
map of McMinnville.
Prof. N. J. Finney aud lamily
moved from the College this week to
their new home across the street,
purchased from Mr. Beech.
Mr. j. M. lioiman anu wne ar
rived at noon today (Friday) from
Bowling Green, Ky., to visit Mrs.
Holman's paronts for a few days.
About the only observance of the
J. II. WMilM,
THESE MATTINGS are all 20 cents to get them out of
the way. That row of RFMPJ AMTR of HAD-
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PETS flt reduced, prices. The trunks, machines, curtains,
etc., are all to suit the times. That stock of clothing is some
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Smartt and his bride will snend eev- JllOL "'lll'""6' " tl4 """b"4 iW1 "1U
eral days among friends and relatives
in the county before leaving for their
homeat Cookeville. The Standard
acknowledges a substantial remein
berance from the wedding feast, and
wishes them a full measure, heaped
up, pressed down, and running over,
of life's joys.
rroi. Uosliaun gave two per
formances in mind reading at the
Opera House here on Wednesday and
Thursday nights of this week, also a
wonderful public exhibition on Wed
nesday afternoon. Securely blind
folded, he drove a team of horses at
tached to a carriaut; in which four
gentlemen were seated, around sever
al blocks of town, turning safely all
corners and passing yniong other ve
hides without touching any of them
He drove the horses at a brisk gait
wherever the streets were clear, pull
ing them down carefully for the turns
ami close places,the same as any man
would have done in driving by sight.
He brought the vehicle back and
stopped on the very spot from which
he started, in front of the WarrVn
House. . In the performances at the
Opera House he gave a number of re'
markable tests, such as finding of any
concealed article, touching any per
son or spot which the various mem
bers of the committee willed he
should do. He claims not to know
one note from another, yet he went
to a piano and correctly struck the
notes of "Home, Sweet Home" while
Mr. Lively, who was holding his
hand, revolved them in his mind
With the committee holding one end
of a small c6pper wire .and Goshaun
the other, he correctly called out let
ters placed upon a Diacu board in a
All these tests were
was securely blind
folded. There is no humbuggery
whatever about the man. He does
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SEWING MACHINES,
Every Piece of Work Guaranteed.
Shop in Jones Bros' Store, East Main Street, McMinnville, Tenn,
ilHE ' AHB LIFE
R.M. REAMS, Agent, McMinnville.
At the Churched Tomorrow.
Usual services at 10:45 a. in., and
8 p. m.
ClIl'RCTI or CIIKIST.
Usual services at 10:30 a. m., and
8 p. m., by Elder O. M. Thurman.
Preaching at 10:45 a. m., by the
everything he professes to do, and to pastor, Dr. A. D. Phillips, and at 8
the full satisfaction of his audience
and testing committees. He is sim
ply a remarkable and wonderful
freak of nature.
Editor Staxdaki). If you will
allow me the space I will endeavor
to call the attention of the Board to
the unsanitary condition of very
many of the city closets, and the
Fourth here will be the closins of the general conniuon oi me town, i
w I . a a a 11 m .
hnnUa Twn - thrpp snW nio ni tmnK it would oe aavisaoie ior me
There are two classes of larmers
who never make farming pay, viz
those who undertake more work on
the farm than they can thoroughly
attend to, and those who pitch half
crops because this plan gives them
parties will spend the day in the
The ladies of the Baptist Church
are much gratified over the success
of their ice cream suppet last Friday
night. The net proceeds aggregated
nearly forty dollars.
Dr. (. It. Crain will leave next
Monday for Murfreesboro to attend
the annual convention of the State
Dental Association, and will be ab
sent from his oflice all the week,
Mayor to call a meeting of the Board
and appoint a committee and health
officer to look after these things at
once, and a general renovating should
take place. As summer advances
upon us with its long sultry days,
everybody will admit that cleanlines
is very essential to the general
health of the town. Marshal Max
well stands waiting. Who is there
to give command? M. L. M.
Subscribe for the Standard, $1.
by Rev. J. Munro.
Preaching at 10:45 a. m., and 8 p.
m., by the pastor. Rev. J. D. Mur
ray. Communion after the morning
Preaching at 10:45 a. m., and 8 p.
m., by the pastor, Dr. G. T. Stain
back. The sacrament of the Lord's
supper will be administered after
this sorvice, and every member of
the church is earnestly requested to
be pressnt. No night service.
If wheat is to follow wheat, it is
best to leave but a short stubble on
the ground. If clover is to follow
the wheat, it is best to leave the
stubble as long as is convenient,
making less straw to haul and move
away, and after a week or two run
the mower over the field, set so it
will clip the clover tops, and let
the shorn stubble be as a mulf h for
the vouner clover. It will help it
J through August and September.
News of the Midland.
The Nashville American of Wed
nesday contained the following
Jackson, Tenn., June 30 It is ru
mored here that Mark Christian, the
Virginia capitalist, has closed his op
tion on the Tennessee Midland Road
and will push the line on to Nash
ville and the east as fant as matters
can he shaped to that end. This
was the last day given him on the
option, and news that he accepted
and will extend the line has not
been fully verified as yet.
Another Train Saturdays.
Commencing next Saturday, a
train will be run between Tullahonm
and McMinnville. It will leave Tul
lahoma at 6:15 o'clock Saturday eve
ning; reach Smartt Station, the junc
tion for Nicholson Springs, at 7:35
o'clock, and arrive at McMinnville
at 7:50 o'clock. Returning Sunday
afternoon, it will leave McMinnvillv
at 2:15 o'clock,pass Sinartt's Station at
2:.'V o'clock and reach Tullahoma at
One of two branches of fanning
conducted according to the most
scientific and practical methods will
pay far better, both in money and
satisfaction, than hall a doj-t-n but
half attended to.