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' SOUTHERN ; STANP i VPHmSEPT; 5, i'soi
A cream of tartar baking
powder. Highest .of all in
leavening strength. latest
XL S. Government Food lie
W.J. JOLLY, ''" ALI1KRT SE1TZ.
JOLLY & SEITZ,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Oflice Upstair in Miison's New Block.
A B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Oflice hours nt residence on West. Main
Street 7 to 8 it. in., 12 to t and 0 to 7 p. m
Buy your school books, tablets,
school supplies and stationery from
A. P. Seitz. Cheap for cash.
Miss Annie Moffitt, sister of Mrs.
J. T. Curry, arrived Wednesday to
attend school at C. F. College.
There was quite a large crowd
down at the depot Wednesday to
meet and greet the College girls,
W. A, Johnson moved his office
to one of the rooms in the second
story of Mason's block this week.
Mr. Ed. Atkinson, alter several
weeks spent here with his parents,
left for West Tennessee Thursday.
W. S. Lively is now in market
buying a large fall stock of furniture
and undertakers' goods for his firm.
Senator A. II. Woodlee went to
Nashville Monday morning to an
swer to roll call in th, extra session
Mr. J. R. Myers, of Wartrace, is
here to attend our City School, and is
boarding with Mr. II. II. Faulkner.
Lookout for ' the big new fall
stock of furniture at W. S. Lively &
Co's. V It will begin to arrive in a few
Mr. Warner Colville left last
Sunday afternoon for Kansas City,
after a visit of several Weeks to home
folks here. ;
Mrs. .Harriett i'ennebaker re
turned home last Tuesday from Ful
ton, Ky., with her daughter, Mrs. II.
-Messrs. T. B. Potter and R. B.
West, of Smithville, were here
Thursday to attend the funeral of
A new slock of double and single
The flags have been ordered for
displaying the weather signals In Mc-
Minnville. A pole seventy feet high
will be placed on the north side of
the park from which to display' ; the
flags. Dally telegraphic bulletins
will be received,' and the service will
be in charge of Mr.J. W. Gray.
The contiguity of the account of
the german at the Warren House and
our criticism of late hours in last
week's issue was simply an incident
of the make up of the local column,
and the criticism had no particular
Cr. lri. Olc)iH IDilD.Si arrel shot guns, brQeoh and muzzle
loaders, just received at McMinn-
Office over the
store of A. II.
'Gross, in Potta
IIAVRON & BAKER,
Surveyors and Civil Engineers.
Oflice Potts Block,
A good rain fell Thursday night.
25 lbs sugar for $1.00 ,at Gray's.
New Sorghum at Faulkner's.
Hand leaf tobacco at J. W. Gray's.
Only one bus meets the trains
I-oduer pulling w now in prog
Bananas and Lemons at Gray's.
-Fresh Bread at J. W. Gray's
Try the new brand of cigars at
Go to Smith & Thurman's for
"Mixed Spices." ;
For Fresh and Staple Groceries
call upon J. W.Gray.
. Twenty-four pounds of C. Sugar
for $1.00 at A. M. Jones'.
Smith & Thurman still deliver
goods free of charge.
The millet crop in this county is
reported unusually good.
Miss Mary Kitchey returned
home from Nashville Tuesday.
wiieat nas uecuneu in tins mar
ket to 00 and 5)5 cts per bushel.
Shoes of all kinds cheap, from 30
cents up, at Cunningham A Moffitt's.
Warren Cummings, Esq., of Can
non county, was here Thursday.
Lookout for new goods at Cun
ningham & Moffitt's next week.
Wheat has been'coming into the
Falcon Mills quite lively for the last
Mr. Win. Biles has been in Nash
ville on business several days this
Air. j. j. uriooie is. ounuing a
front to his residence on Thurman
Knows a Good Thing When he Sees it.
A perambulating correspondent of
the Murfreesboro Home Journal
writes thus of his trip through Wrtr
Arriving at Viola , in Warren, a
little village nestled down on hickory
creek, near the foot of Cumberland
mountain; here they have had abun
dance of rain, and peace and plenty
abounds. The wheat crop of
this section was fine. Mr.
McRamsey made a yield of a little
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reference whatever to the account of "ver "y-one uusneis per acre on
thnmwainmcnf , wM.h nnpnoH forty-eight acres. This is the home
to immediately follow it. i; . J of the Ramseys, W'ooiens Gwyns and
. mi..'fl ...u w.., niuDDieneias ana many lotner bud
stantial citizens. And ft, more gener-ous-hearted
people it has seldom
been my good fortrine to meet-"
Death of Judge Ma guess.
a mile from Stnartt station, showed
us one day this week a mammoth beet
raised in his garden. It was of the
long blood red variety,, was 13 inches
in length, 20 inches in circumference
at top, and weighed eleven pounds. , Judge Wna. II. Magness died at
Mrs. R. M. Atkinson and Master his home in this place at. 4:30 o'clock
James Bostick Atkinson arrived Wednesday morning Sept. 2d, in the
Tuesday from Fulton, Ky., to spend G8th year of his. age. .; Judge Magness
several weeks among relatives here. vas a native of DeKalb county, and
Dr. J; P. Bostick.has not been able to was many years in active business
put in much time at the drug store life at Smithville, removing from
this week, having spent most of the that place to McMinnville in 1881.
time getting acquainted with his new He has been adirector and stockhold
namesake. er In The National Bank of McMinn
-The mammoth American of last ville from its organization,, and was
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TnMriuv riM nnt rPnph Jta m!l fih. i rewuraim mat institution at me
Warranted Boots and Shoes for
young and old, sold cheap for cash by
A. P. Seitz.
Family Bibles, Oxford Teacher's
Bibles, and other books for sale by A.
T . r . t i
jumt-s Clean's fnoe, uie best in
the market for $3.00, sold by Cun
ningham S: Moffitt.
Mr. J. S. Doyle was shaking
hands with his numerous friends here
(Hie day this week.
I In; host sowing machine in the
world for sale by Cunningham A
Moffitt. rail and see it.
Miss Fannie Hrustcr, who has
lm ;; vi-iting lu-r bn.thrr.s in Texas,
cav.u' hoine Wednesday.
ville Hardware Co's.
The electric light dynamoes are
expected by every train, and the
company hopes to turn on the lights
again sometime next week.
Mrs. J. L. Yearwood, after
month's visit to her mother and
other relatives here, returned to her
home in Dillton last Monday.
Miss Mattie Huggins, of Nash
ville, after a "pleasant visit of two or
three weeks to Miss Ruby Paine, re
turned home last Saturday.
Mr. Hervy Price, who has been
visiting among relatives here for two
or three months, leit weunesaay
afternoon on his return to Texas.
Mr. R. B. Higgins and little son,
who who spent the summer among
relatives in Wisconsin, returned to
their home near here on Tuesday
Mrs. W. B. Smartt of Dallas
Texas, who has been visiting among
relatives and menus here two ur
three weeks, left for Nashville Thurs
Mr. C. T. Thurman returned from
New York last Saturday. The new
fall goods which lie purchased on his
trip have been coining in all this
Mr. S. L. Colville, Jr., Manager
of Dun's Agency at Topeka, Kans.,
after a visit of five or six weeks to his
old home here, left on Saturday last
Mr. J. C. Biles attended the re
union of the Eight Tennessee Regi
ment at Petersburg this week, where
he met about a hundred old comrades
of the dark days of 1801-5.
Mr. Will II. Magness, Jr., Presi
dent of the Bank of Attalla, Ala,,
and Mr. Edgar Magness, of Chatta
nooga, arrived Thursday morning to
attend the funeral of their father.
Dr. J. G. Harris has moved his
dental office into the front corner
room of Mason's hew block, where
he will be glad to receive a call from
any one in need of dental work.
Sparta Expositor: Dr. M. Ander
son, of McMinnville, was here last
week. WTe learn he will shortly
move back to Sparta and occupy C.
C. loung's vacant house. Glad to
have him and family as citizens of
Mr. J. M. Holman and wife left
last Sunday afternoon for Colorado
Springs, Colo., where they will make
their home for a while. They were
accompanied as far as St. Louis by
Mr. W. II. Ross, on his trip for fall
goods. He will also visit Chicago
and other cities.
Mr. J. T. Kelton moved into his
new residence on Spring Street this
week. Mrs. W. S. Massie movei
into the Lewis house, winch was va
cated by Mr. Kelton, and Mr. B. II.
Atkinson moved to Mrs. Tannatt's
place, which was vacated by Mrs
Mrs. R. II. Anthony and her lit
tie daughter arrived Thursday morn
ing from Sturgis, Ky., on a visit to
the family of her father, Mr. C. R.
Morford. The visit was a surprise to
her many friends and relatives. She
will remain several weeks.
scribers here until Wednesday, but
we suppose the inail clerks are ex
cusable for the delay on this occasion.
It doubtless overtaxed the capacity
of Hoth mail cars and clerks to handle
on schedule time.
Mr. Howe, the. mail messenger
between Sparta and Tullahoma, re
ceived an injury Wednesday, and
was not able to make his trip Thurs
day. Mr. Davidson, a clerk of the
Tullahoma office, took charge of the
car on the up .trip that day. The
change has occasioned some delays in
the mail, but could not be avoided.
The meeting at the Baptist
church, conducted by Rev. J. IL
time of his death. He had a severe
stroke of paralysis about two years
ago, from which he never fully re
covered, tboBgh able to be at the
bank for a few hours at the time in
pleasant weather. He was at the
bank the evening before his death.
He . was a faithful and consistent
member of the Baptist church.
iuneral services were held at the
residence Thursday afternoon by Dr.
J. W. Phillips and Rev. J. II
At the Churches Tomorrow.
CHURCH OP CHRIST.
Usual services morning and night,
Grime, closed Thursday night. Large conducted by Elder O. M. Thurman
Preaching at 10:45 a. m., and 7:30
p. m., by the pastor, Rev. J. D. Mur
ray. ' ' (
Preaching as usual morning and
night Communion after morning
Fourth Quarterly Meeting. Preach
ing nil iv; a. m., ana :;ju p. m. Ai
and attentive audiences gathered at
eacli service throughout the meeting,
and listened to some able and elo
quent sermons. There were two ad
ditions to the church during the
We take pleasure in calling at
tention of our readers to the display
advertisement of Cardwell Bro's to
be found on another page. This is a
new firm to McMinnville, and they so preaching at 10:45 a. m., this (Sat-
have an entirely new stock in No. 2 uraayj morning
of Mason's new block. They have
been busy for two weeks opening up
an attractive and well selected line of
dry goods, dress goods, furnishing
goods, shoes, notions, etc. Other
lines of goods will be added to their
Capt. W. C. Womaek and wife,
Hon. T. C. Lind, wife and children,
Robt. and Warner, Major Frank Col
ville, cashier Peoples' bank, all of
McMinnville; Prof. Sam L. Colville,
of Topeka, manager of Dun & Co's
agency for Kansas; Mr. W. E. Col
ville, of Kansas City, who is a mem
ber of the staff of same agency, are
brothers and sisters of Mrs T. O.
Bagley, whom they are visting.
Mrs. Bagley also has one other
brother here, who could not attend
the Fayetteville reunion. He is Col
Charles Colville, one of our leading
dry goods merchants.
Wheat growers will find a full sup
ply of this reliable Fertilizer for sale
by Mead .v Kitchey.
Of Interest to Ladles.
A large new stock of fall and win
ter millinery goods has been opened
at A. II. Gross', embracing all of the
latest and most fashionable- goods.
All of the ladies are cordially invited
to call and examine the stock.
The College Opening.
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The build iugs and grounds oj Cum
berland Female College are full of
life and animation again. Praf.
Finney, wltn twenty-five or thirty
boarding pupils from Texas, Ken
tucky, and other states, together with'
Prof. Bach, the new musical director,
and Misses Boll, Hall, Eddins and
Haden, members of the faculty," ar
rived Wednesday. The fall session
was opened Thursday morning with
a pleasant program of musical and
literary exercises, followed by brief
encouraging addresses by several gen
tlemen present. The number of
boarding pupils at the. opening was
not as large as expected, on account
of sickness in. many families from
which pupils will come, but it is con
fidently believed that the usuel num-'
berwillbeln attendance within a
few weeks. Mr, Mason has put in a
number of new carpets and other im
provements during the summer. .
Teachers' Institute. ' J. .
The next Teachers' Institute will be
held in the City - School Building,
Sept. 12th. .
10 to 10:30 a. m. Opening exercise,
by Prof, Holt. : '
10:30 to 11. U. S. History, by Prof.
Morton. . ;
11 to 11:30. Grammar conjugation,
by Eugene B. Etter. . , . i
11:30 to 12:30. Noon recess. .
12:30 to 1. Arithmetic, by Prof.
Clark, square root.
1 to 1:30. Geography Full out
line for 6tudy of U. S., by Prof.
1:40 to 2:30. Physiology The bones,
by Prof. Holt.
2:30 to 3:30. Query Box.
3.30 to 4. Lecture, by Prof. Mea
dors. . '
Let teachers all attend. A ques
tion of financial significance will be
presented for their consideration.
I Eugene B. Etter, Sec'y. ;
. Feach Seed Wanted. f
25 cents per bushel . cash will be
paid for dry, clean peach seed of 1891
crop, left at the store, of Chas. Col
ville, or at Mountain City Nursery
Senator Morgan, of Alabama.is out
in a very strong letter against the
sub-treasury scheme, and he announ
ces his intention to take the stump
against it in Alabama.
There is but one ervilia l. u. in
the Lnued states, and yet there is
scarcely a mail coining hero that
does not bring something that does
not belong here. And sometimes a
letter is 4 or 5 days coming from Mc
Minnville here. How is this?
Earnestly, A. L. Comer, P. M.
The livery firms of Biles Bro's and
Stroud & Co., were consolidated
Thursday, under the firm name of
Biles, Stroud & Co. By this deal the
livery business of McMinnville again
passes under one management, and
the firm is fully equipped to meet
every requirement of the traveling
public. For the present the livery
business is concentrated at the Main
Street stable. The .-table of Stroud v'c
Co., on the Sluare will be used as a
I trading stable.
Everything you wnnt in our
different lines. We will not
undertake to mention the dif
ferent departments, but will
extend an invitation to all to
call and see our mammoth
stock. We carry almost ev
ervthina; a consumer could
wish for. Call and let
show vou through . .
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