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SOUTHERN -STANDARD -f AlPMINNYILLEj TENNESSEE.SATURDAy.-M ARi ft-Mfop.
It yon have made up your mind to tuy
Hood's Sarsaparllla do not bo induced to talio
any other. Hood's Sarsaparllla l.s a peculiar
medicine, possessing, by virtue of its peculiar
combination, proportion,, and preparation,
curative power superior to any other, article.
A Boston lady who knew what she wanted,
and whose examplo is worthy Imitation, tells
her experience below:
w In one store where I went to bay Hood's
BampwlIU the clerk tried to induce me buy
their own Instead of Hood's: he told me their's
would last longer; that I might take It on ton 4
days' trial; that it I did not like it I neea not
pay anything, etc. But he could not prevail
en me to change. I told him I knew what
Hood's 8arsaparUla was: . J had taken It, was
satisfied with it, and did not want any other.
"When I began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla
' I was feeling 1 real miserable, : suffering
a great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak
that at times I could hardly stand. I looked,
and had for some time, like a person In con
sumption. Hood's Sarsaparllla did mo so
much good that I wonder at myself sometimes,
and my friends frequently speak of It." Mas.
Ella A. Ooff, el Terrace Btreet, Boston. i
Soldfcy all druggists. fl;sUtorfS.Frep(Mdnl)
by C.L HOOD CO., ApolheeaiUt, Lowell, Has.
100 Doses One Dollar
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McMINKVILLE PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrected Weekly by Meud & Ritchey.'
O.FFfCK SOtJTIlEBN STANDARD.
McMinnville. March 7, 1890.
Very AitUe change in produce since
last report. ' Eces are firm at present
quotations',' probably more on account
of the Colder weather, the production
still being fully equal to the present
consumptive demand". I'oultry is
quiet and weak in simpathy with the
Eastern markets. There is rather
mote inquiry for dried frufts, especl
ally for jWles.-1 'Evaporated apples
are in kuu ' ueumiiu. 1110 vuui
weather Ms had Atgood iniiuence oh
t this time we can
hardly expect much cold weather.
Wheat, $ bushel. i.i 175 to 80
Corn,' new; f) bushel... ...a T. ...to SU
Flour, p barrel...., ..$.A25 to $5.25
Meal, & bushel.... 45 to 50
Oats, T " , v.........22 to 25
Kggs, r$ dozen... v. '....i.Y. to 7
Butter, "'tb. ...10 to 15
Hens, $ lb . . 5
Poultry '. r
Ducks ' 5
Turkeys, lb ...... 5
Ginseng,.. fb ..... 1.75
Beeswax, $ lb 18
Feathers,' $ lb 35 to 38
Tallow, f fb VA
Green Hides, $ lb 2
Wool, unwashed, lb 20 to 23
" tub washed, 30 to 35
Stock Peas, bushel : 75
White Beans, bushel 75 $ 80
Dried Apples, lbs 2 to 'VA
" Peaches, 1 J a to 2
" Blackberries, 3
Oreen Amles. per bushel CO to Oo
NASHVILLE MARKET PIPORT.
Corrected from the Nashville American
every Thursday eveninc
The general market was quiet to
day, and under the influence of the
Hoods everywhere within the territo
ry immediately tributary to this
market. The grocery market was
firm on sugar and coffee, the former
being quite strong at quotations
There is a fair demand for meats and
lards. Country produce is generally
ouiet. though there is a much better
special demand for eggs, poultry and
butter,the supply from wagons having
been almost entirely cut oil by nign
water. There is a very quiet demand
for corn and the market is rather
weak. Wheat is firm at quotations
and millers are inclined to avoid the
market at present on account of re-
ported damages to the wheat crop
Feedstuns are firm.
Wheat. from waeons.eood dry.uew. 75 to 80
Corn, from wagons 32 to 39
OaU 26 to28M
Hav. prime timothy, per ton. .$10.00 to 13.5q
Dried Apples.. to 3
Dried reaches, halves
" onarters 3
Dried Blackberries to VA
Feathers, prime... to 42
Ginseng, dry $2.25
Ens to 10
" hens ...
Irish Potatoes, per bbl 1.75
Wool, unwashed 23 to 24
' tub-washed. 24 to 34
. Washington, D. C. Mar. . 1S1)0..
The Supreme Court of the United
States is to be given an opportunity
to decide whether, speaker Reed's
new method of counting a quorum is
Constitutional ornot. The democrat-
c leaders' have mapped out a pro
gramme with that end specially in
view. Mr J. O. Pendleton of the
first district of V. Vn., who was un
seated last week by the votes of less
than a majority of the House, which
i3 a constitutional quorum, proposes
to claim his salary as a member of
of the House of Representatives, and
if the Treasury officials refuse to pay
him and they will he will enter
suit for it in the court of claims and
appeal it from there, if decide
against him, to the Supreme Court.
And if the republicans show any dis
position to delay the case in either
court he will sue out a mandamus to
stop the Treasury officials from pay'
imr the salary of the man who has
been illegally given the seat belong'
ing to him. It is well that this ques
tion is to be legally decided, and the
sooner the decision can be gotten the
How circumstances alter cases was
never made plainer than by the ac
tlons of the election committees of
the two Houses of Congress. In the
House where the republicans need
every vote they can get there has
been an indecent haste in reporting
contested election cases, while in the
Senate where votes are not need
ed there is a dignified leisure in the
way contests are treated. On the
loth of .February the evidence was
all taken and the arguments heard
in the Montana Senatorial contest;
Saturday Mar. 1, the committee met
and appointed a sub-committee to
collate the facts to be reported at the
next meeting, which will be next
Governor : Thompson, the demo
cratic civil service commissioner, is
the only one of the trio that has not
been smirched by the investigation
now in progress, o Lyman has been
convicted of favoritism of the worst
kind in having promoted his brother-
n-law after he had acknowledged
that he had stolen examination pa
pers from the office for a party who
was seeking promotion, and now
Roosevelt, the high priest of the "I
am Delter tnan you" element in
politics, is convicted of having
deceived the Secretary of War in or
der to transfer an incompetent clerk
from his own office to the War de
partment, and of having deceived the
ost-master General and the Super-
ntendent of the Census in order to
obtain a place in the census bureau
for a man who had perjured himself
in order to help Roosevelt make a
renort asrainst the post-master at
The urgency deficiency appropria
tion bill $23,600,000 has been pas
sed bv the House. $21,600,000, of it
is to pay pensions of the war of 1812
and of the Mexican war.
The World's Fair bill is now in the
hands of the House committee await
ing the decision of the representa
tives of Chicago as to what changes
they desire made in it. As soon as
this is determined upon the bill will
be reported to the House and there is
little or no doubt of its being prompt
iv passed bv the House. The doubt
louse, by Mr. Buckalew, authoriz-
ng the President to appoint suitable
wrtles to examine and report, on the
advisability of a railroad to South
C.f E. Kiueaid, correspondent of the
Louisville Times, shot exRepresenta
tive Taulbee, of Kentucky, during a
personal difUculty'nt the Capitol Fri
day. Mr. Taulbeo's wound is not
. Daylight, Tenn. March 5, 1800.-
It is ; thought the recent cold onap
has completely ruined the whea
crop, and greatly damaged, if not
ruined, the oat crop. Much of the
wheat was lolntlng. and oats were
just coming up. .
Miss Betty Jane Smith had the
misfortune to get her collar bone
Mr. H. B. Higgins, of Nashville,
was here Monday.
... Mr. T. J. Heuegar was summoned
by telegram to Franklin county one
day last week, .where he gauged
n,onu gallons of corn whNky, which
lirtd ht-cii s(mz'1 ly the government
for stunt' u'ookulmwi of the dUlillcr.
Go to the Model Drug store for
. .'. ...... - . 1 '
i PAINTS. OILS. VARNISHES. COMBS BRITCHES.
ftxiwuij, Blink Basks, Stalker jr
CIO-.3S and TOBACCOS.
IfcTe w JDeslfn in.
Married, at the residence ol the
bride's father, Dr. W. C. Barnes of
Irving College, Tenn., Miss Delia
Barnes to W. T. Mowely, M. D.,
D. D. S., of Yarrellton, Tex., Elder
O. M. Thurmau officiating. The
ceremony was witnessed by a large
circle of friends and relatives. Time
and space forbid any atttempt to de
scribe the supper that was spread be-
foro the guests. Only those who
were actual witnesses can appreciate
it. In the dining-room where the at
mosphere waa heavy with the odor
of the most fragrant flowers, in large
ornamented letters, was displayed a
parody on the old motto, "What is
home withouta mother," which read,
"What is home without a wife."
The bride received a number of beau
tiful as well as useful and valuable
presents. Miss Delia was one of Col
lins River's most beautiful, talented,
and accomplished young ladies, and
has a host of friends and admirers
who wish her nothing but happiness
in her home in the Lone Star State.
We desire to congratulate Dr.Mowely
UDon his accession to the throne of
her affections, and bespeak for hltn a
life of happiness.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Sain of Tarl-
ton, Mr. aud Mrs, J. T. Hughes of
Vila, and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Myers
of Safley, attended tho wedding of
their niece. Miss Delia Barnes, last
Mrs. Lizzie Metcalf of Sparta, and
Miss Jennie Austin of Doyle, who
have been spending a week or two at
Dr. Barnes', returned home last
Messrs. Butler Smith.L. II. Barnes,
and Chas. Hopkins, of McMinnville,
attended the wedding last week.
Mr. Charley Barnes, of Summer
ville, Ga., was "tentini" a few days
of last week under the parental roof.
The young folks , had a "hop" at
Mi. Geo. Etter's Wednesday night.
There was a large circle or the young
folks present and all seemed to enjoy
A fall of the mercury from 80 at
the middle of the week to 12 Sunday
morning is a considerable change.
We have undoubtedly had the cold
est weather of the season since March
Miss Jennie Austin says she don't
believe in a dance, but she admires a
"Hop" very much, but Charley 1
says he has some very serious objec
tions to that.
Miss Eliza Hill and Miss Charity
Barnes went to Viola yesterday to
spend a few days with relatives and
Rock Island, Tenn., Mar. r, 1800
Dr. Jas. Parker of Dibrell is moving
this week to his farm near here, just
In the edge of Van Buren county.
Mr. William McGibony, who has
been very Bick with fever for Home
time is thought to be some better.
S Headquarters for Landreth's Garden Seeds g
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. Accurately Componndea Day or ML
W. H. FLEriimG, Proprietor.
took place recently at Mr. Beaver's,
The Blue boys were there and en
Joyed themselves highly, while some We have received the following
young ladies who could not get there subscriptions to tne standard for
were "awfully blue," for these hops the lour weens enamg Thursday,
nre c-enerallv well attended, which Mar. 6th. New subscribers marked
- o v I
Tlnn himself will not deny, for noth thus
ing short f a Dakota cyclone would
stop him from putting in an appear
Mr. and Mrs. Haines, who have
been visiting the family of .Mr. Azel
Smith, returned home to Ohio last
Mr. and Mrs. Burget, who are
visiting their daughter, Mrs. l rank
Smith, are soon to return home to
Ohio. ; . :
Mr. Perry Beaver expects to go to
Chattanooga this week.
Something has recently been said
about McMinnville's industries. It
seems t me, that we, here in the
J. Moldeahawer, Lynnville. Tenn $1 00
B. R. Ga Dn, Chattanooga, Tenn 60
W. A. Rutherford, Pikeville, Kjr 100
Wiley 8teakley, Bone Cae, Tenn I 00
Jesse Hulet, Morrison, Tenn 50
Thos. Turner, Dihrell Tenu 2;
Mrs. Josic Evans, Ft. Worth, Texas.... t 00
W. U. Smartt, Snwtt, Tenu t 00
A. P. Moore, Jackson, Tenn 25
I. T. Hillis, Rowland, Tenn ..: 1 00
Miss Lou Paine, Jasper, Tenn.. 1 00
Miss Martha Mabry, Pe)hnm, Tenn.... 35
J.W. Paty. Bell Buckle, Tenn 1 00
W M..Randolpb, llcMinntille 25
E, B. Gilbert. .
Miss llaUie Biles
Mrs. Betsie Long,
J. C. Henegar, :
country, need a canning factory, and J. C. Ramsey,
wUhnnt n (Inuht thin is an industry li.UMciton,
that would pay, lor all kinds of vege
tables could be cheaply grown, then
too.bpplesand berries could be as
cheaply obtained here as elsewhere,
and when these are not to be had
beef could be put up to advantage.
To start an enterprise of this kind
would not necessarily require a large
amount of capital. More of which I
will say in my next.
" , , ... . I VUI illlais iwitw asT uv-vii Tinuvi a'jr
iui in i iUe.UOT ... . , commercial travelers this
ed in the benate. m t,Dn. i n woiii.,,.
T). (). Mills, the father-in-law of
Whitelaw Reid.editor ofthe Tribune,
and ex-Senator Tom Piatt, the repub
lican boss, are leading members, has
been awarded, by Secretary Windoin
the exclusive right to catch seals in
Alaskan waters for twenty years from
the first of next May. This is a com
bination of politics and business that
Is quite characteristic of the Republi
Mr Blaine has become so disgusted
with the administration that he re
fuses to seo any applicants for office
even in his own department ; he turn
them over to one of the assistant
Secretaries of State.
Assistant Postmaster General
Clarkson is telling his friends that he
cannot possibly remain in office Ion
ger than the first of May, and that he
raav resign earlier, but he does not
tell'thcm that he has received a poin
ted hint from the President intima
ting in the most unmistakable man
ner that his resignation would be ac
The question of a railroad to South
America has been much talked about
since tho Pan-American Congress
adopted resolutions recommending
the nimnintmcnt of a commission to
go over tho proprosed route and re-
iMirt as to its feasibility, etc. A joint
ii-auluti.ni has been introduced in the
H. C. Wheeler, Moorestille, Texns 50
G.W. Ilaynei, Leeds, Tenn 1 00
G. W. Lewis, Chancy, Tenu 2 00
J. E. Bruster, Pendletonville, Tews.... t 00
J. J. Walker, Tarlton, Tenu..... 1 00
II. B. Ramsey, Viola, Tenn..... Si I
Miss Kate Stroud, Morrison. Tenn I d'.t
John Mnrpby, Mineola, Texan I 00
Miss L. H.Pope, Luckey, Tenu ."rt
Houston Molder, Harrison, Ark
T. R. Gribble, Rowland, Tenn 1
Mis Ocia Hopkins, Luckey, Tenn
John B yan, Summitville, Tenn 51
W. E. Bell, Lamar, Tenn 2
J G. Marbury, Rivtrside, Ala 1 (V
F. S. Grizzle, Jessie, Tenu '.' 00
Mrs. Mel Gribble, ChuttannnL'ii, Ten i '.
L. 8. Ihaston.Dardanelle, Ark I ih'i
Jo Johnson, Hartford, Min rift
T. E. McCulloch, Jefl'crson, Tenn ....... :!
J. A. McCnlloch, Viola. Tenn I (
Mrs. Sallie Cardwell, IncreiiHu, Tenn... I ii
Jo Wagoner, Viola, Tenn I !'
Isaac Grizzle, Cross Roads, Tenu I IH
T. K. Kennedy, Morrison, Tenu 5i
J- C. McAfee, Pilot Grove, Texan ...... 5 )
A. R. Clark, Atliloue. Cal 1 O )
Miss Georgia Reynolds, Thaxt'HirVtin 1 no
L. Kirby, Daylight, Tenn...... ." 2"
Vice President Morton and a p irty
of friends ar1 making; a tour of Flor
Joe. Hawkins and Mr. Sidney.
Mr. William Holmes of Smithville,
is here studying telegraphy.
James Pirtle made u visit to the
old folks at home last week. It is
thought that his visit had more than
a paternal significance.
Capt. G. II. Hash made a Hying
visit to Smartt last Saturday,
The Farmer's and laborers' Union
is to erect a store house at the old
campaign field near here, for the pur
pose of putting up a joint stock store.
WTheat and clover and most all
other vegetables has been killed
down by the late freezes.
W. V. Whitson, Esq., of your town
was here on business last Saturday.
Yankeetown is a mixed neighbor
hood, mado up of tho "simoh pure"
native Tennesseans, several families
from Michigan, several from Wiscon
sin, several fror.i Ohio, one from
Maine, and one family from Switzer
land, but more recently from Ohio,
the younger members of which speak
the Enelish lansiuaire fluently, while
the older momlx-ix spe-ik their moth
er tongue only. We are a social
people, tint younr folk jH'Cially
arp Imnml to li.iVf their froli.'
Panees io" in -k.h. The last .iu-
Dibrell, Tenn., March 5th, 1S90.
Dr. A. P. Trogden is mixing
amon? his old friends and home
Mrs. S. M. Womack Is very feeble.
We hope that she will be much im
The people are still complaining of
Old man Thos. Garth writes me
that he had la cripne last week.
I'rnf. II. B. Evans re-openal the
school at Mechanicsville last Monday.
His name mentioned in that line
insures that crood work will done
A. J. Truil still continues his school
ht Halcorab with unabated interest.
It is the talk that the whole tlat
woods are attending Thos. Turner's
school at Oak Grove. He closes
one more month.
Prettv rainv weather tor sowing
oats and making gardens.
The wheat fields look a brown
Pr. W. W. Parker returned from
Nashville last week with his "sheep
skin." but I have not seen it yet.
The streams were all swollen out
of their hanks last week, and ft 'ne
mils moved off pretty rapidly.
Fiv Strong Points of 8. S. S.
1st. It s entirely vetritable, con
tains no minerals or poison of any
kind, and builds un the syncem from
the first dose.
id. It cures Cancer of the Skin. No
other remed v or treatment was ever
known to cure it. .
3d. It cures hereditary Blood Taint,
even in the third and fourth genera
tions. Xo other remedy ' has ' ever
4th. It has never failed to eradicate
Sorofnln for Kins's EvlP in all Its
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IUnuS,r,nrJSn. . - .,n ..r,,,Tnm
oth. it aire contagious uioou i oi- ni r.i ft an ll n fj All MM
son In all its stages oy eliminating
the horrible virus from the system,
thus giving relief from all tho conso-
Man tl fe
II V Lri p in rl
it liliyr ottmiittnenl
Murbfr ti'i'l firiwilr
JOHN T. WILSON & CO,, Prop's.
ouencw r this "bane ol the hunian
'My blood hail been so out oforder
during the summer of 41SSS( that I
virtually had no health at all. I had
no appetite;' nothing' 1 '"ate agreed
with me. I was feeble, puny, and
always fooling batL ' 1 had tried va
rious remedies without receiving any
benefit, until at length 1 commenced
on Swift's Specific (S S. $.) That
medicino Increased my weight
155 pounds to 17 ..pounds in
months, and made as well 'and heal
thv as anv man now living. S. S. S.
is undoubtedly the grc dest bloo l pu
rifier t.Kliiy on the American conti
nent. J"X Bki.i.kw,
No. W.) North State St. Chicago, lit."
Tivntise on l5ltMlanl Skin PNfast-
in iit-l tut'.
;-v w"i Si'Kt ll If Co., Atl.itilit, (ia.
Stone 1 Cemetery. Work,
Yard and Ofllco on Spring Street,
Notice to'ttie Public.
'' ' Tlio undersigned having purchased the
will i)ttt same in thorvugh repair, and the
, . Mills will be known in the ftnure as the
Hanlan Flour and Feed Mills.
We will put in New Machinery of I
the Latest Improvements, ami re-1
lcctfnlly solicit the patronage of i
ihe public in geiierul. . I
4TFLOI R AND FKED kept lit the
lowest Cash Prices. Special attention
given to eiiKtom rork. '
8YLVKSTER liflOWKU, IVV.
TlltW-B. Fl I-TiS, Millar.
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