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SOUTHERN STAN D AR D Zvl i: A 1 1 X N V 1 LLK. T1LX N ESSEE. SATURDAY, DEC o,l89i,
Viola, Dec. 3. On Thanksgiving
J ROYAL 1
A cream of tartar baking
powder. Highest of all in
leaven ing strength. IMet
U. & (iovcrmnent Food lle-porf.
V. .1. JOLLY,
JOLLY & SEITZ,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Olliee Upstvir in Mason's New Block.
A B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office hours at residence on West Main
Street 7 to 8 a. in., 12 tu I unci li to 7 p. m
Office over the
of L. F. Jean-maire.
HAYHON & BAKER,
Surveyors and Civil Engineers,
Olliee 'nits Block,
M e. M I N N V 1 L L E TENNESSEE.
I have it cnni)lete stock of brim new
tor women, misNes and children; Boots and
Phots for men and boys; Rubbers and Artica
for all; a fresh stock of
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Cumberland Presbyterian Church
will hold n pound party at the resi
dence of Mr. D. B. Carson on Friday
night Dec. 11th. The admission fee
will be a pound package of any use
ful article, and these wSU be sold at
auction. A pleasant evening is
promised to all who attend.
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining in the Postoffice at McMinnville,
for the week ending Dec. 3, which will t
forwarded to the Dead Letter Oflice if not
called for in 30 days.
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 pood stock of SCHOOL
Family BIBLES, Teacher's Bible,
Testaments, nnd other Book suitable for
children, ynuths, men and women. From
my stock can be selected a great variety of
pleating and useful presents for young and
o.d. My goods are all new and clean, and
sell them as low as ihe lowest for cash or
its equivalent. Some goods I can sell to
country merchants at wholesale rates. Don't
fail to call. I believe I can serve your
interests to your satisfaction, -l'lease try
'k v. mn.
Shawn, Mrs. Sallie
Suttou, H. II.
Givan, Mrs. Win.
Siuartt, Mrs. Jennie
Bills, Mrs. Win.
Greer, Etc ma
Morris, Celina B.
Byorderof the P. 0. Department, One
Cent must be collected on all advertised let
ters. Parties calling for any of these letters
will please say "Advertised."
A. II. Faulkner, P. M.
At the Churches Tomorrow.
flllllCH OF CHRIST.
Elder Gillentine will preach Satur
day night, Sunday and Sunday night.
Dr. Stainback will preach at the
usual hours morning and night.
Preaching at the usual hours morn
ing and night, by the pastor, lie v. J.
Preaching at the usual hours morn
ing and night, by the pastor, Rev. J.
Usual services morning and night
by the pastor, Dr. A. I). Phillips.
Communion after the morning serv
ice. At the night service the life and
character of Joshua will be discussed.
25 Cents a Month.
The Nashville Herald, every eve
ning and Sunday, thirty duys in a
month for 25 cents per month. The
Herald is now under an entire new
management, and it is the aim to
make it the leading evening paper of
the great Southwest. Think of it, a
paper every day in the month for
less than a cent ti day. The first
week at the reduced price, there
were 2,G7.j new subscriptions receiv
ed, and every mail now adds to the
list. Send 2j cents, in either money
or stamps, by mail at our risk, and
let your name be registered lor a
month's subscription. Address
The Herald Pub. Co.,
day Miss Sallio Ramsey and Stanford
Northcut were married at the resi
dence of the bride's parents, Rev. J.
. IJarbee officiating. We, with a
tost of friends, wish them much joy
and happiness in their new relation.
Rev. M. J. Mabry is in Rutherford
county this week visiting his wife,
who has been there under treatment
for some time. We hope she will
si on recover and return to her home
nnd friends, as she is very much
"Little" Joe Ramsey, who has
been visiting friends and relatives
several days, reports a pleasant trip.
Messrs Andy Willis and Sam
lamsey, of Pelham, spent Tuesday
night in our little village. They
were buying cattle.
C. C. Ramsey and son Dave left
Tuesday for Alexandria, to buy
mules for the southern trade.
J. It. Ramsey went to the moun
tain Wednesday hunting game. He
reports game plentiful. We suppose
it was, aa he returned with a 'pos
sum, rabbit and squirrel.
One of our 'Smartt" young ladies
ails to visit our town as often as she
formerly did. I wonder why? Prob
ably it is because Sim has gone.
I rank Comer, of the firm of Coiner
& Garretson, went to Nashville this
week on business.
Jas. P. Hughes made a short husi-
iness trip to Tullahoma this week.
All of the schools in this part of
the county have closed except the
Viola Normal. It will close Dec. 18.
We hope to be able to report con
cerning the closing exercises.
But bv a combination of NOI,
ll 1E VrilF.K and iOOl
UOKKMANSIIU' the un-
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
of CORK SOLE BOOTS
that are as near water
proof as boots can be-a
REMEMREIt NO TRUST.
East Main Street, McMinnville, Tennessee.
Buttci, rheese, Eggs. Foultry, Wild
Game, Meats, Apples, Potatoes, (jreen and
Dried Fruit", Vegetables, Cider, ool,
Hide ;, S'leep Pelts, Tallow, Furs, Ski.is, To
haeii. Grii;v Hay, Fltir, Beeswax, Feath
ers, (i'.n.-enff PiroiHii Corn and Hops. M. E.
BA 1.1. MO, (If neral Commission Merchant
and Shipper, 217 Murk it St., St. Louis, Mo.
About forty young men of Mc
Minnville have formed a military
company. A meeting was held last
Tuesday night, when the following
officers were elected:
Captain J. G. McGuire.
First Lieut. C M. Morford.
Second Lieut.-I. W. Smith.
1st Seargt. J. J. Morford.
2nd " -C Q. Fisher.
3rd " J. M. Burger,
4th " -T. C. Smartt, Jr.
5th " Sam Bruster.
1st Corporal H. Harwell.
2nd E. II. Fleming.
3rd " -Geo. Blue.
4th " -J. II. Elkins.
Quartermaster Sergeant Jand Clerk
The following committees were ap
On By Laws C. T. Thurman, J.
J. Morford, P. S. Wallace and A. R
On Ways and Means C. Q. Fisher,
J. W. Gray, A. B. McCIarty, C. M.
Morford and C. B. Brown.
The company is composed of the
best young men of McMinnville and
vicinity, and Bhould the country ever
need their services they will answer
the call cheerfully.
Irving College, Tenn., Dee. 2.
Everything quiet along the Poto1
nrrae this week.
The little child of Lyman Ithea's
reported burned last week died the
next day after it was burned.
A party consisting of Prof. E. B
and Bruce Etter, Lon, Bob, and
Jesse Safley, Will, and George Mar
tin, and others went to Cumberland
mountain last week hunting. We
have no doubt they will get some
Dr. A. B. Ramsey was at Irving
College last Saturday on business and
took dinner with our old friend G
Dr. W. C. Barnes returned from
Altamont last Saturday.
Mr. J. P. St. John of Viola spent 3
or 4" days of this and last week in this
community taking applications for
policies in the Continental Fire In
Dibrell, Tenn., Dec. 2, 1891. Since
our last report death has again made
ts rounds and Claimed James D.
Evans, lie was a good citizen and
neighbor, and most estemable hus
band. He had reached his fiftv-
seventh year, and died, we presume,
without an enemy. We had been
well acquainted with him lor twenty-
five years, and had learned to like
him lor his kindjovial disposition all
these years. He was laid to rest at
the lamily burial ground in the
presence of a large crowd of Iriends
and relatives, with appropriate re
marks by Rev. J. L. Byars.
Elder Sutton will hold a series of
meetings at Mt. Zion, third Sunday
in this month, and a few days follow'
ing. All invited to hear him.
We have been having another
fine hog killing spell this week.
Prof. Jesse Devenport from Au
burn, Cannon county, is mixing
with our people this week, with a
view to commencing School at Dib
rell High School January 4th, '92.
We notice that Rev. L. P. Potter
of Bear Branch, and Mr. James M.
Loring returned yesterday from Ala
bama, where they had been for
several days delivering nursery
stock and collecting for same.
Dr. W. W. Parker went to Mc
Minnville on professional business to
Our old friend and neighbor, F. M.
Helton, brought in quite a prize
some days ago in the way of a help-
mete for life, and seems to be perfect
More Nursery stock has been ship
ped from DeKalb county this year
than in two or three years previous
This industry has proven to be a
large source of revenue to those peo
ple, and seems to be growing yearly.
Mr. H. B. Evans has been absent
for about one week, but has returned
Some of our citizens are engaged in
building dormitories for our school
Mr. D. F. Murphy, our clever
blacksmith, has sent a message to
Mr. J. C. M. Ross, of McMinnville
to come out and render him a little
assistance, but we guess that he has
declined till after Christmas.
Mr. F. G. Badger, merchant at
Gath, and Miss Ellen Wilson, of
Dibrellf were united in marriage at
the home of the bride's father at
o'clock this afternoon, JRev. James
Zwingle, from Smithville, perform
ing the ceremony. We extend con
gratulations, wishing them all the
happiness and joy that belongs to the
James Webb, Esq., fell irom the
loft of his corn crib, rendering ' him
unable to walk and hurting his left
arm. We trust that nothing serious
will result from the accident.
Mis. Margaret M. Spurlock,
widow of the late S. B. Spurlock, has
won her suit in t he Chancery Court at
Nashville against the heirs of the es
tate. The (lecisicn gives her the en
tire personal estate estimated at &:!(),
000, and a dower interest in $100,000
worth of realty. The case has been
appealed to the Supreme Court.
JUST OPENED $500.00 WORTH
MEN AND ! BOYS,
NO TWO ALIKE.
These Hats have been used as samples for a short time
only. The stiff hats we carried in racks and not injured.
These Hats will be opened FRIB&T MORNING at
9 o'clock and will be sold at once
AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICE,
We suggest one word to our gentlemen friends. RUSH !
Wc have just opened a choice line of Ladies' Cloaks. Jack
ets, etc., from $3.50 to $12.00. New' trimmings will arrive in
a lew days, bee our line bciore buying and don t forget to
see the Hats.
Take your buggy, carriage, wagon ap.l
larm implements or an Klp.us to
DUETfUIQ I GARTNER'S SHOP,
I 11 L I UliO) i and hav0 thei,i
nhrAiKhU aP- PAINTED.
' BLACKSMITHING-, WAGON and CARRIAGE
done Promptly and Cheaply.
J. P. GARTNER.
nring Street, McMinnville, Tenn.
Corner Main and Chancery Streets.
Is now ready for the reception of guests, and solicits both regular board
ers and transient custom. Newly furnished throughout.
-PIRST CLASS FAEE,-
Polite attention, Reasonable Rates.
MRS. G. W. HOODENPYL personally superintends every department
and will spare no pains to please every guest.
Dry Goods Groceries,
CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
Wc carry a well selected line of General Merchandise, and sell
STRICTLY FOR GASH.
Thus we are enabled to giye our customers the benefit of the
We will make it to your interest to give ns your trade. JOXKN BKUN,
East Main Street. McMINNNILLE, TENN.
J. II. WMllEN,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SEWING MACHINES,
Every Piece of Work Guaranteed.
Shoo in Jonas Bros' d&Bf&d f$in Stre, McMinnvIlla, Tenn1