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& W K W r ULA WA8ifiN(nt)S, D,C. Mar. 10, 1MX)
... .....j -....u L Vice President Morton's sudden
U vnai impuriiy in uie mouu, which, o- , , ,, . ,
cumulating in the glands of the neck, pro- inp to x lonua nas ueen iuuy explain
duces unsightly lumps or swellings; which ed to your correspondent by rt prom
causes palnlul runnlnr sores on Un arms, ent rei)ubH(.H;i tyhofa not An adral
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leaked out began to examine the Sen
ators the scales fell from its -even.
Now the Committee known what
everybody else has' known all the
timet (' i
Nashville Art Exhibition.
legs, or foet; which developcs ulcers in the
eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or
deafness; which is the origin ot pimples, can
cerous growths, or the many other manifesto
tlons usually ascribed to "humors;" which,
fastening upon the lungs, causes consumption
"u do" CURED
I f I :
Itis witli pleasure that wo call
rer oi me noodle republican campaign attention to the art exhibition to be
which itr.; Morton- ha4 entered upon given at .Nashville by the Art Asso
to capture the republican nomination elation of that city. This association
Jn'92. "Morton's object", said this has jone ,nucj, t0 fasten t and main
and death. Belngthe most ancient, it is the gentleman, "In going to l loriUu at, tain in. Nashville, and throughout
moat general ot all diseases or affections, rer this time is to hold a private consul- the state, an appreciation of art and
j t " tAthin with Rpnnror IJnnv. who is fl . '.,(i.i(, t ... 4k..,.
,. .... . ... .. - i I a.iuicui vunuic. ll uiuilliniTl llic in w
so down there, and to ascertain pie ()f Tennessee an urt exhibition far
whether Ids support can be purehas- 8urpassing 'anything previously at
Ttv vtn tToodi Sarsanarilla. which, by ea. lie w prepared to pay temnted bv them. Through' the
the remarkable cures it bas accomplished, u big price, and I am afraid ho will efforts of Prof Geo, W, Chambers,
rrrs succeed' f?r Qufly 1189 alwaj:8 a a the . an school
medicine ior this disease. Some ot these weakness for money, t particularly maintained by the association, more
cures are really wonderful. If you suffer from when in large sums, and no man than 190 Daintinrs have been obtain
scrofula, be sure to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. t-nnn,-a th value of mnnpv In a nnlit. I rm thu .,!.,,. ...f .,r
-iWdanrtterMarTwas afflicted with scrof- ! . . .
uioussoreneckfromthetimeshewas22months lcaI campaign Deuer man ne." - the conntry,' ranging In value from
old till she became six years of age. Lumps mere is an oiu iasnioneu game i $ioq to more than $5,000. The value
formed tn her neck, and one of them after CaeA the devil amongthe tailors"-, 0f the collection aggregates more
BiUuJ6.mo..v -r that rem nrls nnp of Kmnlc llfltton n.,.n tmn nm An.t .nn tu it
a runnlne sore for OTer three years, wegare " . . . umi.wauu Hpm. wig ucov
!, irnnrf'. Rarnrllla. when the lumn and and the Civil Service commission, work nf the lpqdimr Amprlinn urt
all indications t scroiuia cmireiy aw- s soon as the testimony lo the con- jst3. The Daintines comintr from
child!" Trc7uuL;Kauright; vwen New York city are said to be the
N.B. Belure to get only ' ' ueen anymmg eisu uui mvurauie ki tinest ever sent out from that art
Hood'S Sarsaparilla the Present brand of Civil Service re- center to any point whatever.
soiabT.iidmrriiu. il:iixforii. Pr.P.redoniy norm, was uu iu, imwuu ujrew mi- m mis exhibition will he found
tyc.LHooDco.,Apouiecriei,Lowou,Mt. other dynamite bomb intome reiorm Turner's famous painting "The
IOO Doses One, Dollar sham camp by charging that certain BrA Piocession," valued at $5,000;
letters written by one W. 1). ouike ajso iJnr:e Harrison's noted work.
and printed in the Isew. ork rones "Departure of the May Flower;" and
and tho bt. louis iiepubiic which Herbert Dennison's picture "Hr
charged Mr. Harrison and his Cabi- mony," which took a medal at the
net with having entered into a con- pnri3 g;,i;)n, has also been secured
spiracy to break down the system of The association has arranged to hold
civil service reiorm, were inspired by the exhibition in Uroad Street
two or the Civil service commission- Amusement Hall, and for two weeks,
ers. The two Commissioners deny beginning March Kith, lovers of art
the charge. Oi course, that was to be mav vew this superb collection.
expected ; it was either deny or hand The price of admission has been fixed
in their resignations, liut llatton iaM.t.nti fnr uino-io a-imii1n
IT , T a , Jl J , T wiU not ,et tne thln 8tP here- ir Season tickets will be sold for 2.00.
tiineu. uasi wwk, ou acvouui 01 uie ha on Winv N.Mr. Ilnrr snn of rh - ,
Hoods and a prospect of a cold spell, rnthfninp nf hu vharm nnninhi.lv I . . NEW LAND.
they advanced, but as the cold spell wm hen- gomething drop before
Go to the Model Drug Store for
PAINTS. OILS, VARNISHES, COMBS h BRUSHES,
A TOILET ARTICLES, i '
hx(vaB!g9 Blink EqqIu, SMiQaeij,
CIQims and. TOBACCOS.
I?Tew IDeslg-ns in
g Headquarters for Landreth's Garden Seeds S
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY, -: Accurately pompoimdcl Day or
W. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
McMMLE PRODUCE MARKET,
Corrected weeklj by Mead & Ititchey.
Officb Southern Standard,
McMinnville. March 14, 1890.
Since last report values have
changed in some articles of country
produce. , Eggs, one of the principal
. 4 .- - . 1 . . ... I
prpouqi caused -iecune - wun mue - The"" demdcratlc members- of the
prospect of better prlyes.vrottltry has House m fretting no little because
advanced in the Eastern marketsand
we advance Jc here, .Mead & Eitchey
and their, agents will pay next i week
and until further notice 5c for hens,
lucks and .turkeys, delivered .on
Tuesdays and Wednesdays. ;,. , v t ?
Wheat. 53 bushel. .75 to
i 13 U....U..( ' k - "1ft
t.in, nc, m uuuti,., , ., ., A, , v I npnt
nour, barrel ,f.3M ,to o.a amies inai iney were eieexeu to per-
thev lost a seat in the Ilouse last
week that mrght' jist ft well )iave
been Kept.:; xne .trouweismai.. cer
tain ' democratic . members of the
House refuse to sAcrafic? 'either 'their
pleasure or their. private" business to
New Land, Tenn., March 12, 1S90.
The young people of New Land
will give a concert at the new school
house Wednesday night, March lDth.
At the close of the concert a collec
tion will be taken up, to go toward
finishing the school house. Don't
forget your pocket-book.
Mr. W. T. Smartt, who has been
occupy their, seats and attend to the lultP sit;k for some tlme. ls conyales-
Meal, 'A bushel .',43 to 50
Oats, " 22 to 25
Hggs, dozeu..., to 7
Rutter, lb r..10 to 15
Hens, a lb i...,Z .. 5
Poultry ....,,....,......v;. .i..i..
Ducks ..iT f.
Turkeys, lb :. 5
Beeswax; Tt... - 18
Feathers, Jb. :...35 to 38
Tallow,, a .... ., ..... W
Ureen Hides, ft.:..... 2
Wool, ;nuwashed, lb 20 to 23
" - tub washed, , 30 to 35
Stock Peas, a bushel , 75
White Beans, bushel ,......7580
Dried Apples, -TO lbs
m . -f r r a .
form. There are several of these men iur- Irm urKS n W1,e01 OP11"11
who have not voted In the House Pssetl through New Land Friday on
2 to VA
PHanhM. a W. to 2
blackberries, 3 inese genuemen
three times this entire' session. In
this particular case several republi
cans, disgusted with the report of the
majority of the Elections Committee,
intimated to democrats that while
they would not vote against the con
testant they - would make it a point
to absent themselves without pairing
when time came to take the final
vote, so as to make it certain that the
democrats couM defeat the contestant.
kept their words,
Irving College, March 1 1th, 18IM).
After so much rain we are having
some very fine days, and the roads
are drying up rapidly.
Misses Lillie Etter and Etter Hayes
have gone to Viola to spend several
months, where they will take music
Mr. YV. D. Meadows was married
to Miss Lillie Woodlee last Thursday
evening, Esq. J. J. Meadows officiat
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Meadows have a
host of friends who wish them success
in life and as much happiness as
earth can afford.
Mr. Win. Meadows gave the young
folks a "hop" last , ' Friday night.
They had a very nice time, as they1
always will have1 when Mr. Mead
ows and his amiable daughters
preside over the entertainment.
The young folks had a sociable at
Mr. W. C. Woodlee's Monday night,
and some of them "tipped the light
fantastic" in the whirl of the dizzy
waltz until the wee small hours of the
Mr. TIkxs. Davis has been down in
the north part of the county making
some improvements on his farm
there, preparatwry to removing on
it the coming autumn.
Mr. J. M. Clendenen, of Kalley,
has been sojourning here a few
N. B. Stubblefield and family were
visiting his mother-in-law, Mrs.
Hayes, last Stturday and Sunday.
Will and Happy.
While two tramps were traveling
through a farm in Maury county last
Tuesday with a couple of trained
bears, one of the animals became en
gaged, got lo'se from his keeper, and
attacked a fine young Jack, cutting
an ugly gash In (he jack's thrott.
Murfreesboro News: Col. John II.
Savage, although seventy-two years
old, Is one of the liveliest members
of the Legislature. Major Sparks says
that Savage came over with Christo
Of Stock of Goods At
XOT1CK in In-ruby niven th:U 1 wl
Ailinin'mtrator nf K. II. Williams, dec
nt V inia, 1 1-ti ii. , on
FRIDAY, MARCH 21, m
shII at Publii- Sale to the' Hi,'ht-."t Kitbk-r ou
twelve iiio'itli' credit, the Mock of (jihmU
now in the xtore lion-v at Violii. Trim., le
umitly iippiipieil by the s.-tid li. II. U illmms.
thid stock of Ki miiHixiN f v Vu-r line
of Dry Goods, Clutninyr, liard-rare, It.tots,
SIkh-h, (iromrieti. vv., uud .Sale I all
iifCessiiry Sitire Fixtures.
-Anyone wishing tn examine the (Sunk
anil Fixtures can tin sn by i ailing mi .lev-.-ltuniifr,
or mvgelf, it t Viola. 1'iivali- nealeil
j I'iilsdii tin Uoods and Fixture.-" Mia ili"l--,
H-u solicited iii to Mm Day i.f Sal.-. I'nr
chaser to give note with good N'-cnrity. If
no (iiitisfactory bid is receiv-'d before i It
DuvofMule, the Gooda will lie s dd j;
I'UnUC AUfl'ION IN LOTH.
T. E. MA.BEY, Administrator.
March lOlh, ISO'J-
democratic side were not on hand to
vote, j ' ; ' i ,("'; ; v
' Tho TT nimp pnmmittpA nn TVniflninj
ireen Apples, per bushel GO to 65
NASHVILLE MARKET REPORT.
Corrected from the Nashville Amtrkan
every Thursday evenine. i 1 ' . j
Traveling men are sending in or
ders for spring goods freely enough, seems to have gone daft. A majority
but they are comparatively small, of that committee has practically
Indications point to a very conserva- agreed to report bills, that would, if
tive course on the part of country thev- became laws. -reouire nearly
-in ' -
merchants. Their wants are being $700,000,000 , to pay the pensions
trimmed down to the bare necessities These reports are only bunkum.no
of their tratfe and nothing is being 8ane man has any idea that more
placed on their shelves that is liable than one of the bills the dependent
to remain there until another season, will be paased, and that Is by no
There was more activity manifested means certain, as the rapidly lessen
in groceries today than usual, and jng Treasury surplus has already
the market continues to maintain caused the republican leaders to noli-
very firm values. The two leading fy the chairmen of committees to cur
staples, Bugar and coffee, rule rather tail their appropriations If they ex
strong, and both show a disposition pected tho bills to get through.
to advance to higher figures. Pro- The House will probably take up
visions are firm and fairly active with the bills admitting Wyoming and
the market Inclined to higher prices. Idaho this week. The democrats
The egg market has been very much will antagonize the bills with an om
unsettled for the last few days, but, nibus bill prepared by Mr. Springer
the excitement is about to blow over providing for the admission of Wy
and a sharp decline may be expected, oming, Idaho, New Mexico and ; Ar
Choice butter is in good demand, izona.
Corn remains quiet and feed-stuffs it was supposed that in view of the
firm. facts and the law, and also of the fact
wheat.froui wa8ons,gooi dry.new, o to 80 that the votes were not specially
Corn, from wagons ..32 to 39 , , . 0 . ...
I rnAru thill IKo VJrtnntA PAmtmltroA
)ats.... i 26 to
Hay, prime timothy, per ton. .$10,00 to 13.Sn
Dried Apples to 3
Dried Peaches, halves 4
quarters 3 '4
Dried Blackberries to XA
Feathers, prime to 42
Ginseng, dry $2.25
Rtitter 9 to 18
Kggs to 9
. , .'rlu8 It s imnnss b e to pet a remib lean
Hens . r. . :r
memner ot tne House ways anu
their way to the home of Mrs. IVs
parents at Mechanicsville.
Mr. To'm Smartt visited the home.
Mr. Harry Stubbletield, who has
been visiting his parents, returned to
Irving College last week.
Don't forget the concert.
Trousdale, March 1:3, 18!)(i. Mrs.
Cassy Starky hud a goodly amount of
fencing burned last Monday night,
and yet the contestant was seated, by
a beggarly majority of two. .-votes, all by sonie unknmvn ,)(,on 8etting flre
oecause tne cnronicausemen oi tne u (li,i
"Iax tirippe" nas not deserted us
yet, James Holmes is just recovering
from a severe attack of it
(leorge Frazier is seriously ill with
William Holmes attended church
at Shady Grove Sunday
John West had a rail mauling Inst
Billy Akers Is greatly elated. He
captured a line large "gobler" yester
Hock Island, Tenn., Mm Hi 18, iio
Cyrus Haston Is in Nashville this
week purchasing goods for the Farm
ers' ana laborers' l nion store near
Farmers say that some wheat was
entirely ruined by tin late freezes.
Oats that were sown some weeks ago
have been frozen out.
Mr. Joseph Miller of this place,
but engaged in business at Sparta,
is at home on a visit.
llev. Mr. Carl, the circuit rider,
preached at Pine Bluff last Sunday.
J. It. Oliver spent Saturday night
and Sunday with his family at Day
light. Mrs. G. W. Brazier is visiting the
1 take pleasure in submitting the
following statement of facts that yon
may know the great benefit that has
resulted from the use of your Specific
in the case of my littledaughter, now
ten year- of age: The child, when
two years of age, had a severe attack
of scarlet fever, which left her with a
shattered coiii-titution. Among nth
er evidences of Impaired nutrititioii
was what the doctors call softening
of the bones. In her fifth year she
happened to a slight accident which
resulted In the dislocation of the hip
joint, and, from the irritation thus
set up, terrilde abscesses of the hip
ensued. The abscesses, despite the
best medical treatment that could be
obtained, remained for three years,
discharging continuously. At this
time, through the influence of friends
I put her on S. S. S. When this
treatment was commenced the ab
scess was very lnrge, having six
perfontions, pus discharging through
them all. During this treatment
several spiculte of bone came out,
and by the time she had finished her
fifth bottle the abscess had entirely
healed, her appetite and general
health had lieen restored; in short she
whs well and happy, and . so contin
ues. Mks. J. A. Wikgxkk,
Lower Main St., Slatington, Pa.
Treatise on blood and skin diseases
I. (.'. Ilamiev vs. 0. V. Ini-:ter and ifr.
X olicvlieiu-f to a dt-i-ree of tint t'lia.t-
erv Court nt McMintiville, 'IVnn . ini-
dured in iltc ubove styltvl can-"- it n No
vember lYrni. IflMI, I will i-ell at l!ie Court
lln-.ise iloor in Mc-Miuni-ill'-, 'IVim.. on
Monday April the Hth, 1890,
tli e tract of land upon wliii-li t. 1'. Itno-t.-r
now liveK.lyin,' i , tin- lt civil nit , i War
mi conniy. Tenn., iiliont mile- iroin
McMinnville mi the Hi-r-liela ro.iit .(-. i.t i n
ing 500 lie red more or lesx li-mnded on (lie
North by the laniln foron-rly owned by A. .1.
Marchb iiiIch, dett'd., ami I! Mead, on the
KtiNt by the Mothtt place and Phelps lands,
on the South bv the liinda formerly owned
by K. S. Uowan ind T. White dee'd.,
nnd mi i he 'Wst by the lands fonneily own
ed by Itowan and Kend.
Terms of Kale tin ci"dit of 1 nnd 2 years,
without tiie riijht of red''iniion. Notes
anil koocI tteciuity bearinj; interest from
dale ol sale. This March tlih, lh9(.
J. C. IIILKS C. & M.
Earsle i Granite Works
needed, that the Senate Committee
on'EIectlons could afford to be fair in
making a decision in the Montana
Senatorial contest, but bv a strict
party vote It has decided to report in . fondly of J. W. Miller at Rowland
favor of the republicans. A more
outrageous and unfair decision was
never made by any committee.
Sparta Rxptixitor: A writer in the
New Era wants to know where Hen
ry Snodgrass was In the last Congres
sional canvass when Creed Bates was.
defeated, intimating that Henry sulk
ed hi his tent. That writer only dis
plays his ignorance by asking such
questions, for it is well known that
Mr. Snodgrass madea score of speeches
for the party and for Mr. Bates after
Miss Dealy Kirby, who was severe-1 the nomination,' beginning at Mc-
ly butned by fallingintothefiresome J Minnvllle, just after the adjournment
Irish Potatoes, per bbl 1.75
Wool, unwashed, 23 to 24
,. " tub-washed 24 to 34
Ex-Congressman Taulbee, of Ken-
tucky, who was shot in the head at
Washington about two weeks ago by
V,. E. Ktncaid, a lioulsville newspa
per corresiiondent, died In a hospital
at Washington last Tuesday. Kin
raid is in prison, but very ill, with
little proiect of recovery.
Means committee to say a word about
the new tariff bill when it will be re
ported if it ever is nobody seems wil
ling to even guess.
Out of the four contested election
cases decided by the House only one
democrat has been allowed to retain
When the Senate Committee that has
weeks ago, died last Saturday mom- j of the convention, where he spoke to
ing. ' a large crowd In the Park for two
Mr. Ikivis Hash of Rock Island, j hours, following that up by earnest
nnd Miss Dolly
ried at 1 o'clock today, Iv(j. 1. T
Miller, daughter of I speeches in all the counties on this
W. Miller, Rowland, were iimi -j side of the mountain, the good effects
of which were shown by an increased
Hlllis officiating. The writer joins it, democratic vote in all the counties
host of friends in wishing them :i
pleasant sail over life's tempestuous
The Democrats i if Putinim county
will hold a primary election tin-
been struggling so hard to discover last Saturday in this month, to
ImiW the protfcdlngs of secret sessions candidates for comity o:ti t .
' The Carthage Record says:
' til ist'i vat ion leads us to believe
the average citi."ii woul I ratVrldle
' and frolic six thy- on the road, under
. color of iic;ii:r at work uji it, than
I i iv ".it i,f li'w i.H-kct otic liull.ir in
l.. .v ' 1 1 .a .(
Wfkrfjtinanr yard Tlf -f 1
, lanjf iMmtmciit $
j Gsaetogy Work. PSssjk
JOHN T. WILSON & CO,, Prop's.
iiiiims "m Mwmm
Stone l Cemetery Work,
Yard and Office on Spring Street,
Notice to the Public,
Tho undersigned having purchased the
will put Mine in tlioru;;li repair, mid the
Mills will be k now n in the ftnure ns the
Hanlan Flour and Feed Mills.
I We w ill put in New Mac-liinerv
I ilie latest Iniproveiiirtits, mui re-1
; cctfnlly solicit the pHtrmiHe of i
I the public in general. I
r-T-FI.Ol'lt AND FKED kej.t Ht the
iti-i ChjIi rVicM. Special attention
gMVii lo Clinton) work. .
SYI.YKSTKK HUOWKIl, l'r...'i.
Til' K. It TI LLS, Millar.
IIANI..W. : : : TKXXKSSKE.