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ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office with P. M. Smith, Eiq.,
Eaat Main Street McMinnville, Tenn
W. J. JOLLY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN and SPECIALIST.
Office at Residence on West Main Street
A B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office hours at resideuee on West Main
Street? tu S a. in., 12 to 1 and (i to 7 p. m
Office over th
store of A. II.
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Cure for l'llen. Price $1. Hy
I Tree. AUUress". A h tsis.
'Uoj.2.1u,I'ew York City.
The Montvale Springs property
Last Tennessee has been purchased
by a syndicate of New England capi
talists, who will make extensive
The copper mines at Ducktown are
soon to be operated ona large scale.
A ppur track is to l e built from the
Ktio.wille Southern Railroad to the
Men's Hats are going fast at
Java Coffee pleases every one
20 cts per lb. at A. M. Jones'.
Mr. John Potter, of Smithville, is
on a visit to relatives here.
Try that Broken Java Coffee, 20
cts per lbs., at A. M. Jones'.
Where did you get that nice
tsilet soap so cheap ? At Gross.
Mrs. G. W. Mead returned home
Tuesday from a vist to Kentucky.
A number of the public schools
over the county will open Monday.
Miss Ida Mosser has returned
from a week's visit to friends near
If you want bargains in Hats,
Shoes and White Goods, call in at
Miss Ida Womack went to Fay-
ettaville Thursday, for a visit of two
or three weeks.
Miss Fannie Lou Black of Smith
ville, is here on a visit to Dr. Thos.
Judge B. M. Webb and daugh
ter, Miss Mattie, of Smithville, were
Miss Ada Thurman returned
home last Tuesday from a short visit
Mr. Jesse Brown is spending this
week on Cumberland mountain on a
Hats are going fast at Gross'.
Come in before they are all gone and
get yourself a cheap hat.
Dr. Stainback launched his new
fishing boat on Mead's mill pond, in
Collins River, this week.
-Misses Verdie and Lady Love
Wheeler.of Vervilla, have been visit-
ng friends here this week.
Mrs. Mary F. Burton, widow of
the late Chancellor John W. Burton,
died at Tracy City last Sunday.
Prof. J. M, Paschal and family
went up to Sparta Thursday morning
to visit relatives for a few days.
Mrs. J. C. M. Ross has gone on a
visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. M.
Holman, at Bowling Green, Ky.
Miss Evie Morford returned
home on Monday last from a protract
ed visit to her sister in Kentucky.
Misses, Nettie, Julia and Eula
Potter, of Smithville, are visiting
relatives and friends here this week.
-Miss Nora Thurman went to
Sparta today, having secured a posi
tion as teacher in one of the schools
-Mr. R. W. Turner and family, ol
Nashville, passed througli here last
Saturday enroute to Beersheba
-We have had some quite warm
days again during the last week, but
the nights are delightfully cool and
Dr. G. R. Crain will leave on the
25th inst., for the mountains, and
will be absent from his ofliee for sev
The spring chicken crop is short
and below the average in quality this
year. They uro small, scane, and
Mrs. E. E. Growden arrived
lrom Clarksville today (Friday,) on
a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Mr. J. II. McDowell, State Presi
dent of the Alliance, is to speak here
today. We presume the speaking
will be in the park.
Misses Lizzie and Josic Rahm
returned from Chattanooga last Tues
day, and will spend about six weeks
at their home here.
Prof. N. J. Finney left last Mon
day for Texas, and will put in the
balance of the vacation solicting pu
pils for C. F. College.
Miss Bettie Smithson rel"rned
home last Monday from a visit of
about three months to friends and
relatives in Arkansas.
A base ball club has been organ
lzeu here, anq the coys are now
practicing up to play the teams from
x aiuunu huh ouiiui vine.
Miss Johnnie Robinson left
Thursday morning for Franklin
j. enn., where she will spend two or
three weeks among friends.
Mr. Wni. M. Barton left today
(Friday) for Viola, where he has se
cured a scnooi, anu will engage in
teaching for several months.
Mr, Geo. T. Win ton, formerly
Viola boy, but now numbered among
Birmingham's active young business
men, was here one day this week.
On Saturday I will receive
beautiful line of Dry Goods, Shoos
etc. Prices lower than ever for cash
, A. II. Guo
The Verschiedcnartage Verstel
lung Co. will fill a two nights engage
ment at the Opera House, commenc
ing Monday July 20. See hand bills.
Don't wait until it is too late
get you a good sorghum pan from
Frank Maddux now, so you will be
ready for business when your cane is
Miss Graham, of Tullahoma, vis
ited Mr. II. Rahm's family here this
week. She is a cousin of Mrs. Rahm,
and will spend two or three weeks
among relatives in this county.
Lost. Last Sunday morning, on
Chancery Street, between the resi
dence of Mr. Jno. Biles and the
Methodist church, a black silk fan.
Finder will please return to this ofliee.
Miss Clara Stainback returned
home today from Memphis, accom
panied by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ben
M. Stainback, who will spend sever
al weeks here.
Dr. Thos. Hunter, wife and little
son, of Fayeteville, N. C, are hereon
a visit to Mr and Mrs. D. B. Carson.
Mrs. II., who was Miss Ledbetter,
made numerous friends here on for
. Miss Laura Smith and Miss Su
san Parker, of Warren, 0., visited
Mr. J. M. Lively's family a few days
this week, leaving Wednesday for
Monteagle, where they will spend
The Baptist Sunday-school held
their annual: picnic at Faulkner's
Springs Thursday, and all report that
it was a most pleasant occasion to
both the little folks and the "chil
dren older grown."
A car load of Georgia watermel
ons arrived here Tuesday, and more
than half of them were sold out to our
merchants, Mr. J. W. Gray taking
about seven hundred. The balance
of the car went on to Sparta Wednesday.
Miss Dolly Baas goes to Dibrell
today to take charge of the primary
classes in the new school at that
place, which opens Monday. Mias
Dolly graduated from the City School
with the highest honors last month,
and the Dibrell school has been fortu
nate in securing her services.
W. S. Maddux has now on hand
t big stock of saddles, bridles and
larness, and is offering everything
in his stock very cheap for cash. And
he asks us to whisper in every man's
ear who owes him anything, that he
wants the money, and to please come
around and settle.
A contract has been let by the
Board of Mayor and Aldermen for
the erection of a building for the
colored city school, on the lot at the
foot of Spring Street, near the town
spring, it win ue a neat, substan
tial frame building, ot ample ca
pacity for the school. Work will he
commenced at once.
Things are getting quite gay out
at Nicholson Springs. There are now
over one hundred guests at that
popular resort, and it is expected that
today's arrivals will run the number
up to two hundred. An Italian
band hap been secured for the entir
season. They have dancing every
night, with a "German" every Satur
-Messrs. John Beech and Chas.
Scales have formed a partnership and
will engage in the produce and com
mission business. Their card will be
found elsewhere in this paper. They
have secured Hoodenpyl's building,
on East Main Street, formerly occu
pied by J. W. Gray. They will buy
and sell country produce of all kinds,
and do a general commiasion busi
Nashville American: Dan W.
Baird.of Nashville, is the possessor
of an Indian pipe, which was plowed
up in a field in Warren County about
a year ago. It is of a peculiar stone,
very hard and. finely polished. The
figure represents a species of a duck
while swimming, though the head is
mat or an owi. ine oowi is very
large and the opening for the stem is
three-quarters of an inch in diameter.
It will weigh nearly four pounds, and
is, perhaps, one of the largest and
finest relics of the kind to be found
in any collection.
We print in another column this
week the scheme of grades for the
public schools of the county. Super
intendent Mitchell has ordered a lot
of extra copies of this issue, to supply
any teachers who may not be sub
scribers to tne standard with a
copy. e wish we could get every
teacher in the county on our books as
a regular subscriber. Surely every
one who expects to accomplish any
thing in teaching the rising genera
tion should keep posted with county
matters. The Standard will cheer
fully puolish any news of the county
schools of general interest ii the
teachers will furnish us with the
NEXT TUESDAY we will offer our entire stock of rem
nants in all departments at greatly reduced prices in order to
close. Read, and you will be find something you can use.
5 yards Serge at 50 cents, worth 80 cents.
1J " fine Suiting at GO cents, worth $1.30.
3 " Henrietta at $1.80, worth $3.00.
4 J " Black Luster at $2.00, worth $3.10.
11 i " Fancy Luster at $4.40, worth $5.62.
10 " Luster at $7.00, worth $9.22.
0 " Red Brilllanteen $1.00, worth $2.75.
8 1 " Green Sabasterpool $5.G0,worth $7.90.
10 yards Electric Blue Lustrine at $2.90, worth $4.20.
2 J yards Gray Henrietta at $1.95, worth $2.G5.
3 yards Green Henrietta at $2.40, worth $3.85.
6 " Green Cashmere at $1.00, worth $145.
8 " Brown Henrietta at $2.20, worth $3.07.
We have just 41 remnanta of woolen dresa goods. The above
gives an idea of how the prices run. They will all be marked
in plain figures! bargain price and real value so you can buy
with your eyes open. Remember tho above is not one-third
of the lot.
9 yaids blue figured satteen at GO cents, worth $1.13.
11 yards Scotch Gingham at $1.15, worth $1.85.
41- " linen cloth at 45 cents, worth 60 cents.
Gi- " " " at Go cents, worth 86 cents.
4 " ponge at 50 cents, worth 68 cents.
3 ponge at 35 cents, worth 50 cents.
O l Honth fiino-riom of OO nnnto wni-fK 1 f.rt
v 1 (tlliw Mfc VVIIIOi TT Villi
We have 10 pieces of Cheviotts in remnants at 4 cents, worth
7 cents. Several remnants of satteen at 7 cents, worth 12 .
Remnant3 of Outings, Serges,
Linseys, Jeanr, Fancy Canton Flannels, lots of Ginghams, all
in various sized pieces. Lack of space fordids us detailing fur
ther. A little lot of ribbons will be sold. Remnants of Calico
will be on the counter. White Goods and Lawns, Ilaraburgs,
Laces, Monsilvles, etc.
NEXT TUESDAY will be the greatest remnant sacrifice of
our lives. Come one and all to the great slaughter. We can't
carry the remnants over. Hundreds of remnants in all de
partment. NoV is the time to save money. Doors open early.
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Take your buggy, carriage, wagon and
farm implements of all kinds to
J and have them
I REPAIRED PAINTED.
' Everything in
J j BLACKSM1THING, WAGON ailfl CARRIAGE
(lone Promptly and Cheaply.
J. P. GARTNER.
soring Street, McMinnville, Tenn.
Corner Main and Chancery Streets,
Is now ready for the reception of guests, and solicits both regular board
ers and transient custom. Newly furnished throughout.
FIRST CLASS FARE,-
Polite attention, Reasonable Rates.
MRS. G. W. HOODENPYL personally superintends every department,
and will spare no pains to please every guest.
J. II. WAiffi-BN,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SEW1NC MACHINES,
Every Piece of Work Guaranteed.
Shop in Jones Bros' Store, East Main Street, McMinnville, Tenn.
PriTilere of Lectnroa. Unaotim. Ann ratal. In HI I
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FIRE AND LIFE
R.M. REAMS, Agent, McMinnville.