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8 SOUTHERN STANDARD-MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE.SATURDAY NOV. -2, '90.
A cream of tartar baking powder. High
est of all in leavening strength.-. S.
Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
DR. J. F. BARNETT
Respectfully announces to the general pub
lic of McMinnville and surrounding country
that he will hereafter devote Himself to the
general practice 01 the medical profession
in the above n:iiiid Inpality. OffiVe up.
stairs in Potts block xtdonr to Dr. Crain's
A. B. RAMSEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office hours at residence on West Main
Street 7 to 8 a. in., 12 to I and 6 to 7 p. m
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SUIIGEON,
Will be found at hi drug store at all hours
unless professionally absent.
ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office with V, M. Smith, Esq.,
East Main Street McMiuuville, Tenn
W. J. JOLLY, M. D.,
niYSICIAX and SPECIALIST.
Office at Residence, on West Main Street
Office over the
store of A. II,
'Gross, in Potts
IIAVltON & BAKEK,
Surveyors and Civil Engineers.
McMinnville ten n ess ei:
Chancery 'ral McMinnville, Tenn
Joseph E. McUee and others, vs., Thomas
Mctiee and others.
I N this cause it appearing to the satisfac
A tion of the Clerk At Master from Comp'lts
Kill, which is sworn to. that the Defendants,
Mollie Cardwcll, Elia Cardwell, Martha C.
McUee, .ames L. Me(Jee, and the two un
known childicn of Clendenon McGce whose
names are unknown, are non-residentsof the
State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary
process of law cannot be served on them. It
is therefore ordered that publication be
matin for four consecutive weeks in the
Southern Standard, a newspaper pub
lished in McMinnville, Tenn., requiring said
Defendants to nppear before the Chancery
Court to beheld at the Courthouse in Mc
Minnville, Tenn., on the 4th Monday in
November next, then and there to plead,
answer, or demur to Complainant's Bill or
the same will be taken for confessed as to
them and cause set for hearing ex parte.
This Oct. ltith, 1890.
J. C. BILES, C. k M.
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To the Standard.
Among tho happy events connect
ed with the social life of McMinn
ville, the elegtmt reception at the
home of Mrs. M. 0. Lewis, on Fri
day night last, may be truly called
the most delightful. It was a gather
ing of invited friends to welcome to
"lliver Cliff" Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
Merrill, of Thomasville, Oa. The
well known popularity of Mrs. Mer
rill, nee Tarwater, who has been
known here and loved from child
hood, elicited a greeting of congratu
lations and good wishes that were ex
pressive of earnestness and sincerity.
The hours of receiving were from 7
toll. Never did "River Cliff" pre
sent a more attractive appearance,
the brilliantly lighted house and
grounds seeming to speak a welcome
to approaching guests. At tho en
trance a gorgeous arrangement of cut
flowers met the eye, while potted
plants and floral designs of exquisite
taste scattered about the house, pre
sented an ever changing scene of
beauty and color. The bride was at
tired in an elegant costume of cream
white crepe de chine, cn traine, with
trimmings of ostrich feathers, pearl
ornaments in her hair and a bouquet
of white chrysanthemums. She re
ceived in the charmingly naive man
ner so peculiar to herself, and friend
vied with friend in wishing for her
self and happy groom all joy and hap
piness. At nine o'clock a summons
to the dining room disclosed to view
a scene that words fail to truthfully
portray. A banquet "fit for the gods"
was temptingly displayed. The ar
tistic arrangement of every delicacy
told that the "presiding genius" had
spared no pains cither in abundance
or variety, In this "feast of good
things " Fairy trailers attended to
the numerous calls made upon them,
and dispensed favors in a way quite
unheard of by that genus. Private
tables were also served in an adjoin
ing room, and the sound of merry
voices echoing from room to room
gave evidence of the enjoyment of the
hour. After lingering- long amidst
such pleasant associations, an ad
journment to the parlor followed,
where in social converse time Hew
rapidly. Recitations by Misses Mag
gie Reed and Lena Womack were en
joyed by appreciative listeners. Few
were aware when the appointed time
for leaving came, so pleasantly and
swiftly had the moments passed.
Reluctantly the "Good nights" were
said, and with them all was blended
a "(Jod bless you" to the bonnie bride
who holds such a warm place in the
heiirts of her many friends here. For
both bride and groom wishes were
expressed that fortune would smile
upon them in their united lives, and
that the "voyage of life" may be to
them " 't smoothest waters, under
cloudles.3 ;-Uies." Following are the
ladies present and their toilettes :
Mrs. M. (). Lewis, black silk lace
and white tulle.
Miss Blanche Lewis, ricli costume
of grey silk with lace trimmings.
Miss Lizzie Ross, pale blue crepe
dc chine, natural flowers.
Miss Clara Stainback, pink alba'
tross, pink silk trimmings, flowers.
Miss Ruby Paine, a CJretchen cos
tume of cream white cloth and silk
Miss Fannie Fisher, pink silk, black
Miss Maggie Reed, pale pink cash
mere, embroidered black velvet trim
mings, bouquet of chrysanthemums.
Miss Ilirdie Lewis, light green al
batross with black velvet and lace
trimmings, white flowers.
Miss Lena Womack, cream white
mull, satin waist, flowers.
Miss Lena Leeper, cream suit, silk
waist, pearl ornaments and natura
Mrs. llackett Ross, pale pink silk
tulle over dress, diamonds and flow
Mrs. John McQuire, white satin en
traine, lace front and diamonds.
Mrs. James Biles, grey silk, corsage
boquet of pink chrysanthemums.
Mrs. M. E. Munford, black silk,
lace trimmings and diamonds.
Mrs. Ed. Lewis, black satin ant;
net, natural flowers.
Mrs. 1). L. Brown, black lace, nat
Mrs. James I )e Bard, wine colored
silk, gold embroidery.
Mrs. (Jeorge Mead, black silk, lace
Mrs. Tennie Tannatt, black lace,
natural flowers, steel ornaments.
Mrs. T. C. Lind, black silk, flowers
The centlemen were Messrs. Chas.
Morford, Tom Smartt, Frank Col
ville, Chas. Fisher, Bent ley Lewis,
Sam Biuster, llackett Ross, John
McCiuirc, James Delia rd, Oo. Mead,
I). L. Brown, James Bilts, Chas. ("ol
vil'.c. and lr. i. T. H:'.:nmck.
: J. B.
The dark angel of death has again
spread its sombre wings over our lit-
tlo town. Its cold, icy hand has
touched a young and tender flower.
In tho death of Miss Mai Comer Mc
Minnville is deprived of an admira
ble character, a loving, kind, true
and noble wtvnan, in whose ever.,
smiling face one could see indexed a
warm and friendly heart. We sel
dom lose such a treasure, and are
rarely called upon to sustain such a
loss. Every one knew her but to
love her. She has passed from us,
and her sweet memory is all that is
left for us to cherish. Slowly and
sadly, with hearts bowed in humble
submission to the dispensation of a
kind and fatherly Providence, we
lower her into the silent grave, and
turning from it we indelibly imprint
upou our hearts her lovely virtues,
and if a fault she had, -bury it into
oblivion under chirity s deep sod. In
the bosom of mother earth let her
take her last, long, sweet, tranquil
sleep; her dear soul has winged its
flight to the God who gave, and fold
ed in His arms will overlook the
universe in all of its splendor and
magnificence, resting from her earth
ly cares and toils in joyous felicity
until time shall be no more.
In the morning of life, amid sorrow and
She has winged her sweet soul away,
Through the door of the grave to the God
And lives in eternity's bright day.
1)K R. F.
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Sir Edwin Arnold
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first of tt series of four Articles upon Japan,
its people, its ways, and its thoughts. Mr.
Robert Blum, who was commissioned to go
to Japan for Scribner's Magazine, lias pre
pared a. very remarkable series of drawings
to illustrate Sir Edwin's papers. Articles
upon the recent Jammem Festival will fol
low, illustrated by Mr. Blum.
Henry M. Stanley
hasprepard for the January number an
important article upon "The FUjmifH of the
Great African Forest." Another contribu
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account of the recent African Exhibition held
in London. Both papers will be amply
a Serial Novel by Robert Louis Stevenson
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large part of the year. Illustrated by Ilole.
A two part story bv Frank 1!. Stockton will
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Prof. James Bryce, M. P.,
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