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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE.SATURDAY, APR. iS, 190.
Makes the lives of many people miserable,
and often leads to self-destruction. Distress
after eating, sour stomach, sick headache,
heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, "all gone"
feeling, bad taste, coated tonguo, and lrregu-
- larity of the bowels, are
Distress gome of tho more common
AftOr symptoms. Dyspopsla docs
not get well of Itself. It
baling requires careful, persistent
attention, and a remedy like Hood's Sars.i
parllla, which acts gently, yet surely and
efficiently. It tones tho stomach and other
organs, regulates tho digestion, creates a
good appetite, and by thus Sick
overcoming tho local symp- u .
toms removes tho jjmpa.MeadaCn6
thetlo effects of the disease, banishes the
headache, and refreshes tha tired mind.
" 1 have been troubled with dyspepsia. I
had bub little appetite, and what I did eat
y rf distressed me, or did mo
neaiT" ltUe good In hour
OUrn after toting I would expe
rience a falntness, or tired, all-gone feeling,
as though I had not eaten anything. My trou
ble, I think, was aggravated by my business,
which Is that of a painter, and from being
more or less shut up in a Sour
room w ith fresh paint. Last e u
spring I took Ilood's Sarsa- StOmaCrl
rllla took three bottles. It did me an
Immense amount of good. It gave me an
appetite, and my food relished and satisfied
tho craving I had previously experienced."
Ueorgb A. Tack, Watertown, Mass.
Sold by all druggiits. 01 ; tlx for i.. Prepared only
by C. I. IIOOD 4 CO., Apotlieearits.Lowe'.l, Man.
100 Dosos Ono Dollar
McMMILLE PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrected weekly by Mead A Ritchey.
Office Southebn Standard.
McMinnville. April 11, 1890.
Since our last report, eggs have de
dined. The. supply largely exceed
ing the consumptive demand. For
several days' they have been rather
dull at Nashville at 7c. They are
correspondingly low In the eastern
and southern markets. Poultry Is
less active and quoted lower. The
time has come for eastern shippers to
stop shipping, and the surplus will
go to the local and southern trade.
Dried apples and peaches of good
quality are in demand, but very lit
tle offering. There is some enquiry
for stock peas. In other things very
little, if any, change to note.
Wheat, $ bushel to 85
Corn, new; bushel.... to 30
Flour, $ barrel $.325 to $5.25
Meal, 0 bushel 45 to 50
'Oats, " 22 to 25
l-'ggs, f dozen to 6
Hutter, "0 lt 10 to 15
Hens, It. VA
Ducks ... 5
Turkeys, ft , 5
Ginseng, ft 1.75
Keeswax, 19 ft 18
Feathers, $ ft 35 to 38
Tallow, $ ft VA
tlreen Hides, ft 2
Wool, unwashed, j ft 20 to 23
" tub washed 30 to 35
Stock Peas, bushel $1.00
White Beans, bushel 75 $ 80
Dried Apples, lbs 2 to 2XA
" Peaches, "0 lto2
" P.lackberries, 3
ireen Apples, per bushel 60 to Co
NASHVILLE MARKET REPORT.
Corrected from the Nashville American
every Thursday even inn.
Trade was fairly active today in
the general market, and so far this
month the aggregate value of transac
tions will compare favorably with
that for the same time last year. A
firmer feeling is noted in sugar and
coffee. Canned goods are in good re
quest by the country trade, and val
ues are firm under a good Southern
demand. There is a good Southern
demand for flour, and dealers are
holding firm at quotations. Wheat
is held firmly at quotations. Corn is
lirm and in fair request. Hay and
till feedstuff are strong at the prices
The egg market Is only moderately
brisk at quotations. Choice butter is
taken freely at the prices, but the
common article is dull. Hens and
chickens are easy at the prices.
Wheat, from wagons, good dry, new, 85 to 86
Torn, from wagons 33?.'i to36
Oats 27 to 29
May, prime timothy, per ton. .$10.00 to 13.50
Dried Apples 4 to 4J
Dried Peaches, halves VA to 5
quarters 4 to 4i
Dried Blackberries to 4
Feathers, prime to 40
Ginseng, dry $2.50
Hutter r. .....10 to 20
I'.gK to 7
Irish Potatoes, per bbl 1.75
Wool, unwashed, 23 to 24
' tub-washed 24 to 34
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining in the Postoffice at MeMinn
ville, Tenn., for the week ending April 11
which will be forwarded to the Dead Letter
office if not called for in 30 days.
Akemnu, Geo. W. I Bmartt, Wru.
Dye, John I White, Geo.
By order oi the P. O. Department, One
Out must be collected on 11 advertised
letters. Parties calling for any of these let
ter will please say "Advertised."
Ed. J. Wood, P. M.
Five cases of small pox are report
ed in Crittenden County Kentucky.
The County Court Levies a Tax of 10
Cents for Bridge Purposes.
, The County Court of this county
on last Monday, every magistrate
being present and votiug, levied 11
tax of 10 cents on each $100 worth of
property for bridge purposes. The
vote stood 17 to I.r, ns follows :
For the tax Justices It. II. Mason,
J.K. Jones, O. V Bruster, CO.
Black, J. B. Lusk, A. C. Myers, S. L.
Cunningham, J. L. Coppinger, Isaac
Barnes, J. J. Meadows, C. I. L.
Barnes, J. L. Thaxton, II, B. Bon
ner, A. D. Wheeler, G. W. Stroud,
T.M. Frazler, Creed Taylor 17
Against the tax Justices John
Crim, J. L. Miller, J. M. Uribble,
I. T. IIIIHs, It. L. Barnett. T. M.
Carroll, Thos. Matthews, 9. V. Van
hoser, J. Q. Goff, M. J. Jones, B. R.
Davis, F. P. Byara, J. It. Grizzle4,
F.G. Womack, F. M. Womack-15.
There was a full meeting of the
Warren County Court last Monday.
The usual routine business was trans
acted. We give below a brief synop
sis of the transactions of general pub
II. li. Bonner, elected magistrate
In tho 8th district In place of K. II.
Williams, dee'd., and W. P. Davis,
constable In 14th district, were sworn
HOA Kl) OK EQUALIZATION.
The following gentleman were
elected as a Board of Equalization:
II. B. Higginbotham, J. A. Wheeler,
Jas. Webb and T. R. Gribble.
for May term of the Circuit Court,
1st Dist. Mat Jones, Walker Hig
ginbotham, J. P. Smartt, James
2J-T. J. Martin, S. C. McGee.
3d Jas. (ioddard. Jas, Pcttil.
4th Win. Duncan, Bud Boyd
5th-Jefferson Turner, N. B. Stubble-
Gth-B. W. I). Barnes, Wm Mead
7th J. C. Hughes, Venuis Moftit.
8th A. T. Cope, W. L. Garner.
9th J. M. Bassham.
10th IK A. Mayo.
11th John L. Gunter.
12-W. II. Newby.
13th J. B. Womack.
14thr-W. B. Vaughn.
l.rth-Jas M. Green.
Constable W. V. 1). Miller to wait
on the court, and constable W. S,
Crain to wait on Grand Jury.
The following tax levy for 1S!)()
For county purposes on each $100
worth of real, personal and mixed
property, '20 cents; on each poll, 5
cents; on each marriage license,
cents: merchants, on each fiou aa
valorem, 2 cents; on privileges, one
half amount of State, except circuses
shows, billiard tables, etc., which
shall be same as state; on each suit in
law or equity, $2.00; on each indict
ment or presentment, f.t.iX); each
appeal to the supreme court if de
fendant unsuccessful, $".')(); each ap
peal or certiorari from justice of
For school purposes on each $100
worth of real, personal and mixed
property, 13 cents; on each poll, 115
cents; on each marriage license, '2't
cents; merchants on each $100 ad va
lorem, 1" cents; retail liquor dealers,
per annum, $75.00; wholesale liquor
dealers, except manufacturers, per
annum, $15.00; shows, circusses, etc.
same as state.
For road purposes on each $100
worth of real, personal and mixed
property; 8 cents; hands to work
roads 6 days. i
For bridge purposes on each $100
worth of real, personal and mixed
property 10 cents.
The sum of $100 was appropriated
to the bridge over Itocky Biver at
Mr. Wm. Douglass, aged about 30
years, living in Blue Spring Cove,
this county, attempted suicide Tues
day evening by shooting himself in
the forehead with a shot gun loaded
with buckshot. A hole was torn in
the sjcull some two inches square,
exposing the brain. Notwithstand
ing this fearful wound, the man still
lives and retains his faculties of
mind. Dr. Burger spent Wednesday
night with him, and reports him as
doing remarkably well under the
circumstances. Douglass admits that
he tried to take his own life but will
elve no reason for the deed. He is a
farmer, and in good circumstances.
Kansas City elected a Democratic
FAfln Star Company yert Week.
Ed. G. Bourne, manager of the
Elfin Star Comedy Company, was
here Wednesday and put his troupe
on the boards for a week's engage
ment ut the opera House, beginning
next Monday nljrht. The Tnscum
bia (Ala.,) North !AIabaniiah has
this to say of the company: "The
Sinn Star Company opened it the
Opera House in this city last night in
The Lightning Bod Agent. The
play was first-class throughout and
the audience was delighted with the
ntcrtainment. The new star; Miss
Lida Wells, Is in our judgement, the
superior of Miss Evans, mid carries
out her parts to perfection. Mr.
Corse Peyton Htid the Inimitable Ed
Bourne are too well known to our
theatre-goers to need any special
mention. The company will play
tonight and tomorrow afternoon will
give a doll matinee for tho children.
Go and see them and enjoy a good
Veath of A. It. Marbury.
A postal card received from Col.
P. II. Marbury this week,, announ
ces that his son. Mr. Alexander B.
Marbury, formerly of this place, died
at Dallas Ark., on the LV.th of March,
of In grippe, terminating in pneumo
nia. He was h proffexsor in the high
school at Dallas and was highly es
Dr. Stalnback took a collection
in the Cumberland Presbyterian
Church at this place last Sunday
morning for the Fayettville sufferers
which amounted to about $15.00.
This was supplemented by further
contributions of about $'20.00 the fol
lowing day, and the amount was
forwarded to Fayettville to be ap
plied toward the relief of sufferers.
One or two other private subscrip
tions had also been previously for
warded. The Christian Church at
At 1 - .. . . .
mis piace raised ijiuu, which was
contributed toward rebuilding the
Christian Church destroyed by the
storm at Fayettville. A collection
will be taken in the Methodist
Church here tomorrow morning for
the Fayettville sufferers.
The Republicans of Warren Coun
ty will hold their County Convention
at the Court House in McMiunville
at one o'clock on Saturday April ltlth.
All Republicans are earnestly urged
to be present, as business of impor
tance will be transacted. Uy order
of committee W. A. Johnson.
.M the Churche Tomorrow.
The usual service at 1 1 a. m., by
joiner u. .m. j nurmau.
Services at 11 a. in., and 7. p. in.
by the pastor, Dr. A. 1). Phillips,
Subject of morning sermon, "Dis
tinctive Reliefs of the Baptists,'
text .Matt, 'js, jy-L'u.
rreaening at n a. in., and p. m
by the pastor, Rev. J. T. Curry
humect ol morning sermon, "(Jhns
tian (jrowth." subject of night
sermon, "The hin of Jealousy
CTMHKKLAND V U KS RY T EK t A X .
1'reacning at 1 1 a. m., and 7 p. in.
by the pastor, Dr. U. T. Stainback
Subject of morning sermon, "The
Lord's Supper," text Luke 122, 19.
Subject of night sermon, "The Rraz-
en Serpent," text .N um. 21, .
Preaching at 11 a. m., and it p. in.,
by the pastor, Rev. L. Leeper,
Subject of morning sermon, "Peter's
Confession," text Mark S, 27-33.
Subject of afternoon sermon, "King
llness of Jesus," text lleb. 1, 8.
In the Spring Months.
Nature should be assisted when the
system is changing from the full hab
it of the winter months to the lighter
diet ot the warm season. Nothing
does this as well as S. S. S. It stim
ulates tho sluggish blood and rids
the system of heaviness and the feel
ing of languor. If there is poison in
the blood, it generally shows itself In
the spring, and this is the season to
help nature drive it out and be
S. S. S. lleautities the skin and
makes the complexion rosy and
S. S. S. (lives elasticity to the step
and buoyant spirits.
S. S. S. Makes the feeble and deli
cate strong and robust.
S. S. 8. Is a tonic to the whole
body and increases vitality.
S. S. S. Is a simple vegetable med
icine, harmless to the most delicate,
yet so powerful as to cleanse the
system of all impurities.
Treatise on blood and skin diseases
SWII T M'KCIt lC Co.
Go to the Model
PAINTS. OILS, VARNISHES, COMBS BRUSHES,
o TOILET ARTICLES,
Perfume, Blank Bcob, Stationery,
CIO-.A.X43 and TOBACCOS.
5 Headquaters for Landreth's Garden Seeds 2
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY, Accurately Conuoniideil Day or w!
W. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
Chancery Street, McMinnville, Tenn. .
I'lt-aup remember that I keep ou hand a large and well assorted stock of
'PDRKITURIS OF ALL KIHD8,tx "
Consisting in Part of '
Besidstcads, Bureaus, Washstands, Sideboards, Ward
robes, Sales, Tables, Chairs, Bed-Springs, and
Mattresses, Chamber Sets, Parlor Sets.
Bed Lounges, Looking Glasses,
und iu fai't nny ami everything wanted in the Furniture line; Also in
I have it larger ami better iisNoried Muck thaikevrr. from the verv cheapest Collins lo the
hesi Casketx. Hurial Suitf, etc.', for men, Indies ml ehililien. for lem money than you can
buy the goods for and make them. KM It A 1.11 IMi A M'I. I ll.l'l V. Remember
I w ill not tie under mild by anyone, and everyi'nuj; jjuarmiteeu hm represents!, (iive me
a eall before inirchiising and get prices. M. 11 HARWELL.
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O .TP WW.. -S If''
Out very lir.'e Sluek f the Latest
Spring Styles in Hats & Men's
Fun!isbiui ( "mIs i now iniiilete. M'. v.
M. Si. John In linn hU hxi ii wild u
Hint when m mum- e Nasliville he !'
glad fiiryim ( pnv imu avisii. He will meet
yon with his i.siihI Kiiiile anil chiiriii'lei'ilie
t;noil humor, mid if you want nn lliintf in
his line he w ill ort'-r you the best i n it
l!niiiev vs. t. !'. Riuster Hint wife.
IN (ihediencK to 11 deeree of the t'hiii".
eery Court al .Mr.Miiinville, Trim., ieii-ib-ri
d in the above styled emise jt its No
vember Term, IS! to, I will sell in the Court
limine diior in MeMinnville, Tenn., on
Ivlonday April ths Hth, 1890, '
the i met of liiinl iimiii w hirh t). V. Inister
now lives.lviii'.' in lue 1st civil njst, of War
ri'ii eoiiiity. Tenn., uhout 'i) in i lis from
McMinnville mi the lb erslu bii i'nl,''oii!nin
iiiL' "'Oi' iieres mure or less. Itoiimleil on the
North liy the binds formerly ou u I by A. .1
Murelibiitiks, ilee'd., mill It. M'mi.1, on the
I '.ii-i hv the Mottitt phice and Phelps hinds,
on the Smith by the hinds formerly owned
by K. S. Ilownn .iiid W. T. White dee'd.,
Mm! on the 'Y'thtbv the lands fnrmerlv own
ed liy Knwnn mid ilead.
Terms of dsle on ereditof I ami i years,
without the right "f redemption. Notes
Htnl irooil situ r it y beHrioj; interest from
dine of snle. This Mureh 1 1 th, 18!)0.
J. ('. K1LK8 C. & M.
.Murlmd i liiles, vs. N'nrtlicul.
IN obedience lo a decree of the Cham-try
'ourt at MeMinnville, Warren Co., Tenn.,
rendered in toe above styled cause, at its
November term lStfjt, I will sell at the Court
house door in McMinnville, Tenn., ou
May the 10th. 1890,
the following described tract of land ah the
property of J. J. Northcnt, subject to his
right of homestead in the same, tiwii: A
tractof land lying in the 7th Civil District
of Warren County, Tenn., containing 175
acres more or lens, bounded s follows.
Beginning on a large poplar in the tine of
Geo. Etter'a land, thence North 10 Feat 91
poles, to a stake, formerly a dogwood, thence
N. 13 poles to a cellar, thence with a condi
tional line between Anderson, Mitchell, and
Stoner, North 52 west 72 poles to a small
cedar, thence South Hd3 West 4 pole to a
stake, thence South 7.V West 40 poles to a
cedar, thence South 43 West 24 poles to
double hickory, thence South 34 West N6
poles to an elm, thence South 50 West .M)
poles to a hickory, Robert Miller's corner,
thence South Hi0' West tiO poles tn a Spanish
oak, thenee 10 WeRt 112 poles to a White
oak, thence South 70 P.. .Ml poles to a Hick'
ory, thence North 120 K. PO poles to point
ers, thence with Geo. Ette r variottR lines
North 80 West 32 poles to a lynn, thence
North 5S East (!6 i')es to poplar tumi.
thence North 30 E. 32 poles to stake, thence
South i6 E. C!l poles to stake, thence North
84 E. 2 poles to beginning. Terms of sale
cash. This April 10th, 18W.
I. W. SMITH,
Itch, Manjre, and Scratches on hu
man or animals cured in 20 minutes
by Wool ford's Sanitary Iition. This
never fails. Silt! ty Jlitchey A Bos
Mck, PrufrgM, McMinnville. IcbS :ini
Drug Store for
2sTe-w tDesigrxis in
1 l.ocattMl tour
"south of Me-
r 'n' i n ; s
one mil.- front
STALLION IN SERVICE.
I'OrVUAT was imported from I'kKi hk
in Fraxck, in September, 1-S.Sit, by Mosely
& Whitnker, imu will be three years old in
April, 1890. lie i.s as black us a Haven,
with Star in Forhead, and Snip on Nose.
Stands l.V hands high, very Henvy and
Blocky, has line Style n tut Action, and ;
He will be allowed tn nerve a limited
number of Approved Mares at
JACK "IN SERVICE.
NAPOLEON is Wi hands high Stand
ard, Black with Mealy Points, very Heavy
and Lengthy, with Extra irood llone, and
has proven himself a Sure Foul (letter, was
imported from SPAIS by Perry & Lester.
This line Jack will be allowed' to serve
mures at U. TO U'Sl'KE.
All Accidents at Owner' risk. Money
due from Service' of this Stock, payable
March 1st, 1S!I, or as noon thereafter as the
fjict can be ascertained. Trading or JIoC'
inn Mo rex from t.'ounty Forfeit Itimiravee.
-WE ALSO BP.EED-
Registered Pjland China Hogs,
Of the Very Best Strains. Our Pigs at Six
Months old Weigh from 150 to 200 Pounds,
and our Plymouth Rock Pullets at Six
Months old from 6 to 8 Pounds: and are
Reasonably Good Layers.
Correspondence and Inspection solicited.
Parties will have to see our Stock before
they can form any idea of their Value.
Tc Parties Having Mars: in'
Foal By Any cf Our Slo:'.: Fept
in 1889, Will Cay: .
The Money is line as Soon as Colts arc
Foaled, aud We MI ST have Settlement
then by Cash or Bankable Note, Due
September 1st. I I .. lietneml er this and
Save yourself a v Fi rth r Trouble and
't.s ctrull -
. 1 i. S.MAKTT c: CO.
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