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SOUTHERN STANDARD-MCMINN VILLE, TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, IS90.
Many peculiar points make Hood's Sar
iparllla superior to all otlicr medicines.
rccuuar in comuinauon, proportion,
and preparation ot Ingredients,
Hood's Sarsaparllla ixwscssos
lho full curatlvo value of the V
best known remedies S mFc S of
the vegctablo klng--O. Xdom.
which can truly
Ono Hundred Doses
Dollar." Medicines in
itfpr require larger doses, and do not
S Produce as good results as Hood's.
Peculiar In Its medicinal merits,
Hood's Sarsaparllla accomplishes cures hith
erto unknown, and has won for Itself
the title ot "The greatest blood jrC
purifier erer discovered." n
Peculiar In Its " good name
nome,"-rinere is now more
of Hoocrs Sarsaparllla s S 8oW In
Lowell, where S XV" ,s made
than of allr rother blood
purlflers.A JlPecuUar In Its
phenome- S nal record of Bales
abroadr r&r no other preparation
lias nS) Sever attained such popu
larity in so short a time,
iJ mntntviAjl it Yinrilll 4 fit V
turn iciaiucu t
VSrand confidence among all cUsscg
Do not Induced to buy other preparations,
but bo sure to get the rccullar Medicine,
Sold bj all dniggliti. fl;ilxforfS. Preparedoolr
fcy C. I. HOOD CO., Apothecariei, Lowell, Hut.
100 Doses One Dollar
Washington, D.C. June 9, 1800.-
McMINNYILLE PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrected weekly by Mead & Ilitchey.
Office Southern Standard,
JIcMinnville, June 13, 1890.
Wheat, bushel to $1.00
Corn; bushel 45 to 50
Flour. $ barrel $.H25 to $5.2,
Meal, W bushel 45 to 50
Oats, "0 "
Eggs, $ dozen to
Butter, ft 10 to 15
Hens, lb . 4
Spring Chickens 8 to 12
Turkevs, It) VA
(uuseng, N 1,75
Beeswax, lb 18
Feathers, $ lb 35 to 38
Tallow, $ lb VA
dreen Hides, to tti
"Wool, unwashed, lb .....20 to 23
" tub washed, 30 to 35
Stock Peas, bushel -. $1.40
White Beans, bushel
Dried Apples, W lbs
" Peaches, to
fireen Apples, per bushel
NASHVILLE MARKET REPORT.
Corrected from the Nashville American
every Thursday evenine.
Wednesday, June 11. There is a
good summer's business doing in al
departments of trade and collections
are holding up remarkably well. No
rhange in prices is noted in groceries
today. Sugar is still lirm at quota
tionsand coffee is steady. There is a
very light business doing in provis
ions outside of a good demand for
lard, but prices rule steady. The
demand for corn has fallen oil' some
and prices are lower. Hay is off a
little and bran is lower. Chickens
are in good request. liens dull,
llutter is practically nominal in val
ues. Eggs are easy at 10 cents.
Wheat, from wncons,good dry, new,02to 06 J i
Corn, from wagons 41 to 45
Oats 31 to 3(5
Hay, prime timothy, per ton. .$10,00 to 15.00
Dried Apples .'. 4to5
Dried l'eachc9,halves 4 to VA
" quarters 3!ito4
Dried Blackberries to 4
Feathers, prime to 40
Ginseng, dry $2.25
Batter 6 to 10
Eggs to 10
Irish Potatoes, per bbl 2.75
Wool, unwashed 23 to 24
tub-washed, 24 to 34
M. Johnson et als., vs., Thomas John
son et als.
N this cause, it appearing to the Clerk
from Complainant's bill, which is sworn
to, that the Defendaut, J. M. Brown, is a
non-resident of the State of Tennessee, so
that the ordinary process of law cannot be
served on him. It is therefore ordered that
publication be made for four consecutive
weeks in the Southern Standard, a news
paper published at McMinnville, Tenn., re
quiring said Defendant to appear at the July
term ot arren County Court, to be held at
Courthouse In McMinnville, Tenn., on the
first Monday in July,J890, then and there to
plead, answer ot demur to Complainant's
bill, or same will be taken tor confessed and
set for hearing ex parte. I his June 2, 1S!U.
V. L. SWANN,
Clerk County Court.
BABY DELIVERED FREE
i in? pltct in it Lnittd feutet. Alio, Baby
JnntMn. BieyclM, Ekfetiet and Girli' Tricyc
les. Out r trior at wnolCMie price tent
C. O. I. direct from L G. Hpeaeer'e Pw
Jtory, SSI W. Madison St, ChieafQ. S to
VftlO aavtd. Bend te, tump for new rita-
Tn lirtMl furtorr In the vnrM.
Get evcrw cftLki.xrn n can nA Mtmnir with ounbrfure order
int; you are not obhfed to buy at home and pay double price for
laded, ehop worn eabe. We will make and trim lo order. For
awn pi m of urhoMennc rluihM. tend ft w 1 r nUmna. Send the
Udreia of your friend who want one UTMc&Uon this pair
Andtliove trouliled with nervousness resulting
from care or overwork will be relieved by taking
JlroivQ.t Iron Bitters. Genuine
has trade murk ami crossed rod lines on wrapper.
Itch, Man:e, ami Scratches on hu
man or animals cured in ;',0 minutes
ny Woolford's riinitary Lotion. Thi;
never fails. Sold hy Uitehey A- llos
tick. Drujrs'isis ic.Minnviiie. lt'L)S-:.m
On rising to'address the Senate on the
silver question, Mr. Sherman said
that he had not intended to discuss
the subject until some practical meas
ure had been brought forward, be
cause the bill reported from the
Finance committee was only an
uneasy ghost, wandering without
father, without compass, without
guide, with no one to call for a vote
upon it, and no one to demand a so
lution of the difficult problem. But
as he was compelled to absent himself
upon more important business, he
availed himself of the present oppor
tunity to say something which he
had written. lie harangued against
the free coinage idea, and quoted cer
tain figures from a government report,
the accuracy of which was instantly
challenged by Senator Teller. Mr.
Sherman insisted that the figures
were from government reports and
herefore must be correct, and want
eu to know what newspaper scrap
would be brought in to controvert
what he had read. Senator Teller
still politely insisted that the truth
had not been told, and wanted to
correct the statement before it was
made public. Mr. Sherman however
would not yield the floor.
On Thursday Mr. McKinley re
ported a resolution that the House
immediately consider his silver bill
until Saturday at 3 1. M., when the
previous question should be consid
ered as ordered, forty minutes were
given for debate.
Mr. Blount said that he had no ob
jection to the time allowed for debate,
but that the chairman of the commit
tee of coinage, weights and measures
would be allowed to offer all the
amendments that were admissable
under the rules of the House, and
that when these were ottered there
would be given no opportunity to the
minority to offer any amendment, or
to ask the House to vote on the free
coinage of silver. At ttie republican
caucus the other night there had been
much discussion and it was necessary
to whip in the friends of free silver
by this resolution. It was wicked
shameful and an outrage on the mi
nority. There were many republi
cans who would vote for free siPver
but for fear of the President, who
was in accord with the Secretary of
the Treasury, and both in accord
with Wall street. It was a humilita
ting sight to an American citizen
when in the presence of the Presiden
the republicans were driven to
trampling down the rules of the
House. If the majority and the
President yielded to the money pow
er the masses hereafter would dictate
and enforce legislation.
Mr. Bland said there was no doubt
but that a large majority of the House
favored the unlimited coinage of sil
ver, and in order to prevent that
fact from appearing on the record, it
was necessary to gag all the demo
crats and many of the republicans.
Mr. Williams said that the resolu
tion was intended to prevent the
majority from legislation, but the
slick drivers of the republican flock
easily rounded most of it up, and
gained their point as usual, 120 yeas,
117 nays. The passage of this resolu
tion has thoroughly discouraged the
free silver men, and they mean to
strive no more for their measure this
session, but accept the House bill
which will pass, and endeavor, in
vain, to have it amended in respect
t: the bullion clause.
This bill, which goes into effect 30
days after its passage, directs the
purchase of $4,500,000 worth of silver
every month, to be paid for by
silver bullion treasury notes, redeem
able in coin, and made a legal tender
for all debts,public or private, except
where otherwise stipulated in con
tract. The Secretary of the Treasury
may redeem them in silver bullion
at the market price, and may coin
such bullion as is needed to redeem
silver notes, but the $2,000,000 coin
age act is repealed. If silver goes up
to par coinage shall be free. Finally
$60,000,000 held in the Treasury as a
redemption fund, for the notes of re
tired national banks, is to be turned
into the general fund.
The business men are now having
a hearing before the Finance commit
tee of the Senate, in protest against
the injustice of the McKinley bill
Mr. A. II. Saxton, of New York.
represented the jobbing hardware
trade of the United States and an in
vestment of $1(0,000,000. He fully
and strongly exposed the misstate
ments of the cutlery manufacturers
by which they had iuduced the com
mitteeon Ways and Means to reduce
the cutlery rates. He showed by
their own statements ana govern
mental statistics that their products
have increased 50 per cent in the
ist six years, instead of largely fal-
ing off as was claimed; and that im
itations had decreased 7 per cent.
"hat instead of this profit being $315,-
uuo in 1SS7, as stated by them, it was
l.iiou.uuu. mo iMait dealers are
next in order.
Franklin Edwards Wanted.
The following letter is self explana
TitEAscnv Department, Office
of the Secretary, Washington.
D. C, June 0, 18!H).
Hon. John Savage, McMinnville,
Tenn. Sir: This Department is seek
ing information concerning the
whereabouts of Franklin Edwards
who was a private during the Mexi
can war in the company commanded
by Captain Northcut of the First
Regiment of Tennessee Volunteers.
Your name has been suggested by
Mr. John Hale as one who might be
able to furnish the required informa-
On the 10th of January, 1818, a
War Bounjty scrip No. 1435 for $100
was issued to the said Franklin Ed
wards, under Act of Congress paased
February 11, 1847, and which the De
partment now holds. Please inform
this office of the present address of
the said Franklin Edwards, or, if he
be dead, of the name and address of
his legal representative, so that the
Bounty scrip may, upon satisfactory
evidence, be forwarded to the right
ful owner. Bespectfullv yours.
Geo. C. Tilrin,
The Alliance and Candidates.
Hon. Ben. Terrell, one of the Na
tional Lecturers of the Alliance, in a
recent address in Indiana, gives the
ow, about the nominating men
from our ranks for office. It did not
work in Texas because it drew into
our ranks all the officeseekers, little,
and big, and they brought disaster
upon the organization. There is no
reason why, if one of your member
is nominated, you should support
him if he is a bad man. Better de
feat than elect such a candidate.
We never can control the franchise
of our people. We organize for a
pure purpose, for patriotism and love
of country, not for office. No elec
tioneering is tolerated in the Alii
ance. The moment a candidate elec
tioneers .with a member of our organ
ization, it is our duty, according to
the rules of the order, to vote against
him. Do not support men, but
An Atlanta Lady's Sad Condition.
"About two years ago a sore came
on my nose. I called in a physician,
who could arrest it only for a few
days, when it would appear as bad
as ever. Finally it became perma
nent, and despite the constant atten
tion of several physicians it continued
to grow worse, the discharge from
the ulcer being exceedingly offensive.
This was my condition when I com
menced to take Swift's Specific (S. S
w.) anout one month ago, but l am
now happy to say that after taking
four large bottles of your wonderful
medicine my nose is entirely well,
and my general health better than
it has been in ten years."
Mrs. Lucinda Hush,
Swut's specific (s. e. S.) cured me
Go to the Model Drug Store for
PAINTS. S, iuiaUSSjCmJ I BilHiHJ,
1 TOILET ARTICLES,
Ed.umfq, Blank Boob Stationery
Croauet Sets, EkdOages
NEW DESIGNS IN WALL PAPER.
W. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
Take your buggy, carriage, wagon, and
farm implements of all kinds to
and have them
REPAIRED & PAINTED.
BLACKSM1THM, WAGON and CARRIAGE
done Promptly and Cheaply.
J. P. GARTNER.
Spring Street, McMinnville, Tenn.
M. B. Cf
Please remember that
Street, McMinnville, Tenn.
I keep on hand a large and well assorted stock of
oFURraJRE OF ALL KINDS,!
-Consisting in Tart of-
Roadsteads, Bureaus, Washstauds, Sideboards, Ward
robes, Safes, Tables, Chairs, Bed-Springs, and
Mattresses, Chamber Sets, Parlor Sets,
Bed Lounges, Looking Glasses,
and in fact any and everything wanted in the Furniture line. Also in
I have a larger and better assorted stock than ever, from the very cheapest Coffins to the
best Caskets. Burial Suits, etc., for men, ladies and children, for less money tbau you can
buv the goods for and make them. EMKAI.NIXO A SPECIALITY . Remember
I will not be under sold by anyone, and everything guaranteed as represented. Give me
a call before purchasing and get prices. M. B. HARWELL.
Again to the front with a large, elegant and well selected
stock of Staple and Fancy
Bry fJoode lotions,
Clothing in endless variety, Suits for everybody.
tor the young and the old.
Boots and Shoes,
MATTING, OIL CLOTHS, ETC.
We have iust received and
opened the Largest, Cheapest
and J3cst Selected stock ot
goods wc have ever handled.
With thirty years' experience
in the Dry Goods business,
of a blood taint that had troubled me cash to pay for what we buy,
for years. I consider it without an
equal. James Suer wood,
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.
a thorough knowledge of all of
the best places to buy the best
and cheapest goods, and a per
sonal acquaintance with the
leading merchants of the East
ern markets, we believe our
selves safe in saying that wo
have got what everybody
GOOD GOODS FOR LITTLE MONEY,
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining in the FostoQice at McM
rille, Tenn., for the week ending June
which will be forwarded to the Dead Letter
office if not called for in 30 days.
Adison. Miss Mollie . Jonston, Miss Sarah
Bargains every day in every department.
Beautiful, Stylish and Cheap. Surahs and Velvets, Trimmings
12 of all kinds, Laces and llamburgs, Kid Gloves, finished
and undressed for both Ladies and bents. Uur stock or
Peadon, Mr. Tom
Peadon, M. J. N,
Smith, Mrs. Sallie
Bowman, Mrs. C. S.I
Clark. Miss Ella
Duggan, Mrs. Nannie
By order of the P. O. Department, One
Cent must be collected on all advertised
letters. Parties calling for any of these let
ters will please say "Advertised."
Ed. J. Wood, P. M.
The Supreme Court has finally set
tled the county-seat matter of Obion
countv. and Union City gets the
The barn of J. Rodemer, in Sum
ner county, burned Tuesday night.
Nine head of stock perished in the
Nashville capitalists have purchas
ed the street railway system of Sa
vannah, (5a., and will introduce the
electric cars thoic.
is complete in every detail. Cheap enough for the
practical, and handsome enough for the most fastidious.
carry a mil line ot
C. M. HENDERSON'S and ZEIGLER'S SHOES,
the best in the world. Every pair warranted.
Come and see us and be convinced that you ran get better
goods and more of them for the same money than anywhere
else in the city. A word to the wise is sufficient.
MORFORD k CO.
SEND YOUn'OltDKIlS TO THE STANDARD OFFICE FOR
ARTISTIC $ JOB - PRINTING.