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8 SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLK. TENNESSEE.SATURDAY, NOV, 21,1891.
A cream of tartar baking
powder. Highest of all in
leavening strength. Jjoiyt
U. S. Government Food lie
port. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
W. J. JOI.LY,
JOLLY & SEITZ,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Ofiice Upstairs in Mason's New Block.
McMinnville, . Tennessee.
A B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office hours at residence oil West Main
Street 7 to 8 u. in., 12 to I ami 0 to 7 p. m
Qj. 1. Clril,D.D.S.
Office over the
of L. F. Jean
maire. . McMINNVILLE, TENN.
II AVltON & BAKER,
Surveyors and Civil Engineers.
; Office Potts Block,
McMINNVILLE ; TENNESSEE.
have a complete stock of bran new
I' or women, misses and children; Boots and
Shoes for men and boys; Rubbers and Arties
for all; a fresh stock ot
WOODEN WARE, QUEENSWARE,
GLASS and TIN WARE, LAMPS,
LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS,
ROPE, RAZORS, AXES,
SHOVELS, TABLE and
POCKET CUTLERY, LOCKS, and
other HARDWARE; TOBACCO,
CIGARS and SNUFF. I carry
a good stock of SCHOOL
Family BIBLES, Teacher's Bibles,
Testaments, and other Books suitable for
children, youths, men and women. From
my stock can be selected a great variety of
pleasing and useful presents for young and
o.d. My goods are all new and clean, and
Lsell them as low as the lowest for cash or
its equivalent. Some goods I cau sell to
country merchants at wholesale rates. Don't
fail to call. I believe I can serve your
interests to your satisfaction. IMease try
A'. V. SEITZ.
But by a combination of NOI
111 I IIKIC and UUVU
UOKKMAKM1II1' the nn
dersigned is prepared to furnish
B00TS AND SHOES,
that will keep your feet dry
and clean during the winter.
Now is the time to order a pair
ot COKK. SOLE BOOTS
that are as near water
as boots can be made.
REMEMBER NO TRUST.
V.as Main Street, McMinnville, Tennessee
l'.iitlei, Cheese, Egcs, Foultry, Wild
Game, Meats, Apples, Potatoes, Green and
Pried l rints, egiMables, l nler, ool.
Hides, Sheep IVlts, Tallow, Furs, Skins. To
liaoco. Grain, Hav, FUur, Beeswax, Featli
ers, (!iueiig, Brnuiii Corn and Hops. M. E.
BALLAKU, General CommUsion Merchant
and Shipper, LM7 Market St.. St. Louis, Mo.
At the Churches Tomorrow.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Usual services. ,
Prcachiug at 10:45 a. m., and G p.
mM by the pastor, Rev. J. T. Curry.
Preaching at 10:45 a. in. and a
lecture at 6:30 p. m.., on the life and
character of Moses, by the pastor, Dr.
A. D. Phillip's.
Preaching at 10:45 a. in., by Dr. G.
T. Stainback, and at G:30 p. m. by
the pastor, Rev. J. D. Murrray.
Preaching at 10:15 a. m. by Rev. J.
D. Murray, and at (!:30 p. in. by the
pastor, Dr. G. T. Stainback.
Nov. 19th Mr. J. S. York, who
ias been visiting relatives in this
community for several weeks, left for
iiis home in Killeen, Texas, today.
Mr. P. L. Neal says this weather is
rough on chickens, as it's very win
dy. Miss'Mollie Ilillis gave a party
ast Monday night, in honor of John
York, Those present were Mr. J. S.
York and Miss Nettie Grove, Mr.
Lee Neal and Miss Allice Grove.
Mr. J. V. Smith and Miss Josie
Douglas, Mr. Runs Ilillis and. Miss
Lizzie Martin, Mr. Dan Cumtning.s
and Miss Areola Martin, Dr. Henry
Copenhaver and Miss Mollie Duncan,
Mr. Wm Mauzy and Miss Maude
Martin and others whose names are
not mentioned. It was very much
enjoyed be all present.
Mr. Sam Green, county lecturer for
the Farmers and Laborers Union,
lectured at the Neal school house
last Saturday night.
Miss Allice Grove, who lias been
spending the summer with relatives,
here, will leave for her home in Illi
nois next ' Tuesday. Her many
friends regret to give her up.
Dibreli, Nov. 18. Miss Josie Kid-
well, daughter of : Elder James, M.
Kidwell, of Smithville.died at Dixon
Springs, while on a visit with her
father, last Monday morning, the
10th inst. Her remains were brought
to.Smithville for interment. The fu
neral services were witnessed by
many sorrowing friends, offering
every attention and kindness to the
In the medal contest at the College
last night Miss Delia Walker, of
Luckey,was the successful contestant.
Mrs. Frank Womack is confident
that she has a valuable book in this
community that she would like -very
much to be returned to her. The title
of the book is "Night Scenes, in the
The present cold snap reminds us
very much of hog killing time.
Mr. James Evans, who has been
sick for several days, is still lingering,
but is not expected to live but a few
hours, his physician and most inti
mate friends having relinquished all
hope of his recovery.
Dr. Parker, G. W, Womack, Levi
Wilson and several others from our
community have been attending
court at Smithville this week.
Mrs. R. J. aud G. H. Potter are out
on a visit this week, attending the
bed-side of their uncle.
Corn is selling at 40 cents per bush
el in this community.
The literary society at the College
has suspended its meetings for a short
Heavy frost and plenty of ice.
THe Toledo Weekly Blade and Cam
paign of 1892
The Toledo Weekly Blade, the
most prominent Republican weekly
published, is the only political week
ly newspaper in the United States
that is edited with special reference
to circulation in every part of the
Union. It has subscribers in every
State, territory and nearly every
county of the United States. It
has always above 100,000 sub
scribers, and (luring a late Pres
idential campaign had 200,000
subcribers. People of all political par
ties take it. Aside from politics it is
a favorite family paper, having more
and better departments than can be
afforded by papers of small circula
tion. Serinl and Short Stories, Wit
and Humor, Poetry, Camp-fire (Sol
diers), Farm, Sunday School Lessons,
Talmage Sermons, Young Folks,
Poultry, Puzzles, Household, (best
in the world). Answers to Corres
pondents, etc., etc. Only One Dol
lar a year. Send postal to The
U'ADE, Toledo, Ohio,-for free speci
men copy. Ak also for confiden
tial terms to agents if you want to
easily earn a few dollars cash.
Viola, Nov. 18. Since our last re
port we are sorry to record the death
os Mr. W. T. Hicks and Mr. Frank
Spears. The bereaved families have
We regretted very much indeed to
give up Dr. Jones. However, Dr.
Doyle comes well recommended as a
physician and is giving entire satis
faction among his patients and is
liked by all who have met him.
Mrs. A. R. Clark, who now lives in
Texas, is here on a visit to her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Reddie Brown.
J. II. Hughes, who moved his fanis
ily to the Cove about two months
ago to remain until Christmas, caine
to the. conclusion that ho couldn't
leave his Viola friends any longer,
and has moved back here again. We
give you a hearty welcome, Jim.
The quilting and sociable given by
Geo. Stubbletield and his aunt, Miss
Addie Stout, last Friday night, was
well attended and an enjoyable oc
casion. We are glad to see so much interest
manifested in our Sunday School.
We had a larger crowd than usual
ast Sunday, most all had good 'les
sons and wore a happy smile.
Mr. J. R. West went to Wilson
county Sunday, "dear" hunting, aud
returned Tuesday. We wish him
much success on all auch trips.
Mr. Charley Wheeler, of Nash
ville, is here for a few days bird
We are sorry to report Miss Mattie
Willis quite sick this week. Hope
she will soon recover.
Geo. Stubblefield says the next
time he gives a party in honor of a
certain young lady in this county she
will be sure to come and not go to
some other place of amusement.
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining in the Postoffice at McMinnville,
for the weekending Nov. 20, which will be
forwarded to the Dead Letter Office if aot
called for in 30 days.
Cantrell, Mrs. Genie
Capshaw, Jno. S.
Erwin. J. G.
French, Jno. II.
O. Department, One
By order of the P.
Cent must be collected on all advertised let
ters. Parties oalliog for any of these letters
will please say "Advertised."
A. II. Faulkner, P. M.
A poultryman who sells thirty-odd
dozen eggs a day in the season
stamps each egg with the date on
which it was laid, sorts them ac
cording to size, and, having a good
reputation for supplying eggs true
to date, easily sells them at different
prices in little cases. Thus they are
marked, "Small, 20c. ; mediums,
22c. ; large, 24c. ;" or whatever the
market price may be. This comes as
as near to selling by weight as can
be, and is perhaps even fairer to both
parties than that plan.
- Recommends it to Everyone.
"Thinking that a word from me
might be the cause of others receiv
ing beuefi lfrom your 8. S. S., I write
to say that I have been a sufferer
from Eczema, which my doctor
called pink heads. Small blisters
would form on my limbs, would
break and ooze, and cause large sores
to form. The odor arising would be
very disagreable, and I would often
be laid up from one to two weeks at
a lime. The disease would break
out about every two months. I tried
various physicians and treatments,
but received uo permanent relief un
til I was induced to try S. S. S., and
felt the benefit from it' in a few days.
I continued the use of it until I had
taKen three Doiues, wnicn was over
a year ago, and I have not had the
Eczema since. I believe it is thor
oughly eradicated from my system
I feel sure that S. S. S. is the great
est blood remedy, arid I would
recommend it to everyone alllicted
with any form of blood poison, for I
believe they will receive like bent
fits that I have."
John A. Beard,
! Louisville, Ky.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO..
Death-Roil of 1891.
Among the leading names on the
death-roll of 1801 are those of Ban
croft, Kinglake, Lowell, Winchell
and Lossing In literature; Parnell,
Boulanger, Windom, Hamlin, Brad
laugh, Balmaceda, Premier McDon
ald, William Henry Smith and ex
President Grevy in politics; Barrett
and Emilia Abbott of the stage;
Sherman, "Joe" Johnson and Moltke,
of the army; George Jones in journ
alism, and King Knlaknua of the
Sandwich Islands, Karl I, of Wur
temberg, Prince Jerome Napoleon
and the Ameer of Afghanistan, of
the crowned I tends or members of
royal families. O
wr-wammmi .... ...
FJEXT TUESDAY AT THURIVIAN'S
BIDS FAIR TO BE THE GREAT
EST ONE OF THE SEASON,
OWING TO THE LOW
05, LISTEL TO 0UE gOIJGf.
Several hundred yards of fine heavy bleached Domestic,
one yard wide, worth 10 cents all 'the year around, at
the low price of 6 cents, each customer limited to 10
2,000 yards of standard Calicoes, in newest designs, just
opened, worth 7 cents, at 4 cents. Each customer lim
ited to 20 yards. These goods are properly assorted and
1200 yards of Cotton Checks in small and medium fig
ures, regular price G ccnts,at the reduced price of 4 cents
per yard. Each customer limited to 20 yards.
One lot of all silk black ribbon, No. 12, worth 25 cents,
at 10 cents to close. One lot of all silk' ribbon, black,.
No. 22, worth 40 cents, at the give away price of 15 cts.
One big lot of Toboggans," Hoods, Fascinators, etc., worth
from 35 cents to $1.00, choice for 25 cents.
We mean what we say, Is it sufficient? We think
it is.; .Shall. we see you? Can we do some business with
you? Our entire stock is replete. Everything is in
readiness. Doors open early and late.
HAND THIS PAPER TO YOUR
Corner Main and Chancery Streets.
MCMINNVILLE, - - v TENNESSEE.
Is now ready for the reception of guests, and solicits both regular board
ers and transient custom. Newly furnished throughout.
-5-FIEST CLASS f FAEE,-
Polite attention, Reasonable Kates. t
MBS. (!. W. HOODENPYL personally superintends evry department
and will spare no pains to please every guest.
Dry Goods n Groceries,
CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
We Sarry a well selected line of General Merchandise, end sell
STRICTLY FOR GASH.
Thus ve are enabled to giye our customers the benefit of the
V ill make it to your interest to give us your trade. JONES IIKOS,
East Main Street. McMINNNILLE. TENN.
J. II. WARREN.
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SEWING
Every Piece ofeWoufc Guaranteed.
Sh03 in J3H33 Bros' Store, East Main Street, McMinnville, Tenn
Take your buggy, carriage, wagon and
farm implements of all kinds to
and have them
BLOTITHIM, WACOM CARRIAGE
done Promptly and Cheaply.
J. P. GARTNER.
soring Street, McMinnville, Tenn.