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SOUTHERN STANDARD - MCMINN VILLE; TENNESSEE. SATURDAY -JULY 5, IS90.
It Is that Impurity In tho Hood, which, ac
cumulating In tho glands of tho neck, pro
duces unsightly lumps or swellings; which
causes painful running sores on tho arms,
legs, or fect; which devclopes ulcers in the
ryes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or
deafness; which is the origin ot pimples, can
cerous growths, or tho many other manifesto
.tions usually ascribed to "humors;" which,
fastening upon the lungs, causes consumption
and death. Being the most ancient, it is the
most general of all diseases or affections, for
very few persons aro eutlrcly free from it.
By taking Hood's Sarsaparllla, which, by.
the remarkable cures it has accomplished,
often when other medicines bare failed, has
proven itself to be a potent and peculiar
medicine lor this disease. Some ot these
cures are really wonderful. If you suffer from
scrofula, be sure to try Hood's Sarsaparllla.
" My daughter Mary was afflicted with scrof
ulous sore neck from the time she was 22 months
old till she became six years ot age. Lumps
formed In her neck, and one of them after
growing to the size of a pigeon's egg, became
a running sore for over three years. Wo gave
ber Hood's 8arsapartlla, when the lump and
all indications ot scrofula entirely dis
appeared, and now she seems to be a healthy
child." J. 8. Cablile, Kaurlght, N. J.
N.B. Be sure to get only
SoldbyalldraggUte. l;itxfor4. rreparedonly
lj C. I. HOOD CO., Apotbvcariei, Lowell, Mail..
100 Doses One Dollar
McMIMVILLE PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrected weekly by Mead & Ititchey.
Office Southern Standard,
McMinnville, July 4, 1S90.
The produce trade, us usual at this
season, has been and is yet very qui
t?t, with very few changes to note in
prices. Egg3 and poultry have been
in good demand all Spring and Sum
mer, the former commanding better
prices than usual up to within the
last few days. The inferior quality
of eggs at this time, on account of hot
weather, has decreased the demand,
and they are consequently much
lower. We quote them Cc now
Poultry, young chickens, are in de
mand at good prices, if large and
fine. Very little demand for hens
now. As yet very little dried fruit
has come in, and no prices yet estab
lised. It is thought prices, espec
laiiy blackberries, will rule low on
account of the large amount of old
stock on hand, and decrease in de
mand. The consumptive demand
for blackberries is much less than
few years ago. As soon as prices are
established we will quote dried fruits,
Wheat, bushel 80 to 1)0
Corn; "& bushel 45 to 50
Flour. barrel ; $.325 to $5.25
-Meal, bushel 45 to 50
Oats, -0 "
Eggs, "S dozen to
nutter, n 10 to
Hens, 4 lb
Spring Chickens 8 to 1
Uinseng, pi in 1,
Reeswax, $ tb
Feathers, $ lb 35 to
Tallow, $ ft 3
reen Hides, p Hi
Wool, unwashed, lb 20 to
" tub washed, 30 to
Stork Peas, bushel f 1.40
White lieans, bushel
Dried Apples, lbs
" Peaches, 3
!reen Apples, per bushel
NASHVILLE MARKET REPORT.
every Thursday evening.
July 2. The tone of the general
market is steady and the volume of
distributive trade well up to that for
any previous summer, though in
some departments collections are
thought to be a little slow. There is
a slight decline noted in flour. Gro
ceries are steady all through. The
meat market is easy at quotations.
Outside of a good business in Irish
potatoes there is very little doing in
country produce. Poultry is easy
and eggs are off to 7 cents. Wagon
butter is hardly saleable as a rule
and prices range low. Nothing dos
ing in Wheat. Corn rules firm at
quotations. Wool is very dull.
Wheat.from wanons,good dry, new, 80 to 85
Corn, from wagons 41 to 44
Oats 34 to 37
Hay, prime timothy, per ton. .$11.50 to 12.00
Dried Apples 4 to 5
Dried Peaches.balves 4 to 4Z
" quarters 3J4 to 4
Dried Blackberries to 4
Feathers, prime... to 41
Ginseng, dry $2.25
Hutter 5 to 8
-gRs to 9
t hickens, frying
Washington, D.C. June;!0, ISM.
Jefore Cleveland was elected Presi
dent, it was the general argument,
that in spite of the many corruptions,
and general Inefllciency of many pre
ceding administrations, still it wrould
not do to trust the democrats with
the management of the Intricate ma
chinery of a great government.
The republicans had conducted af
fairs so long, and the democrats
were out" for so great a period, that
this argument actually prevailed
with a great many people.'
But that cry will not be. heard
again. The smooth running of the
government machinery under the
direction of democratic engineers is
prominent in the memory of the peo
ple. In broad distinction to the old
dea that the democrats of the United
States constituted a particular class
entirely devoid of either principle or
ability, and unfit for responsible
trusts is the aspect now presented
by the republican administration.
The very men who kept up the hue
and cry during these past years have
shown that individually, and collect
ively, the republican party is ineffi
cient and unfaithful. That the har
angues made for political effect dur
ing past campaigns were insincere in
their delivery, and republican politi
cians unfaithful to the trusts reposed
in them by the people.
The President and Secretary of
State have watched the foolish meas
ures of Congress and endeavored
persistently to prevent the republi
cans making an especial exposure of
the party and killing its future pros
But the members of Congress went
on from bad to worse and were about
to commit what would have been
"The Unpardonable Sin" to the ad
ministration ; when the President
was driven to use severe and savage
methods to head them off in their in
mere are naturally a lew men in
every assembly of too good a disposi
tion to commit wrongs, and necessa
rily too honest and wise to be
identified with the contemptible leg
islation of the present Congress,
except in denouncing it.
Mr. Butter worth, one of the most
distinguished members of the House,
is extremely antagonistic to every
thing so far done by Congress relating
to the tariff.
He recently said that the republi
can who was not gratified with the
President's late free trade message,
did not understand the political situ
ation, and that the heroic treatmen
oi the rresicient was absolutely nee
cessary when it was delivered to save
the party. He said that it was no
difficult to discover, in the restless
discontent which has grown up under
the partial operation of our tariff,
a sure harbinger of the overthrow
of those who defend and uphold the
extravagant rates of duty now itn
The republican party seems to have
lost its appreciation of the common
sense of tho country. The Federa
election law, which is now occupying
the attention of Congress, appears
merely an attempt to administer su
gar coated poison : as obvious in its
purport as the old fable of Xsop con
cerning the wolf and the lamb.
The bill begins with hypocrisy and
ends with a piece of chicanery, since
it pretends to have general applica'
tion, but aims only at the South
means that the South must be made
to vote the republican ticket. There
is a bitter fight behVeen the demo
cratic and republican members on the
subject, but of course the majority
will prevail, unless recent blunders
have opened its eyes.
The Senate has passed the bill ad
mitting Wyoming, notwithstanding
the ridiculous and absurd constitution
of the would-be State. Every demo'
crat voted against it.
An effort is being made in Congress,
particularly in the Senate, to secure
new building, mat win be sale and
healthy, neither of which the pres
ent building is, for the Government
printing office. It ought to succeed
a new building is a necessity.
Irish Potatoes, per bbl 2.75
Wool, unwashed, 23 to 24
" tub-washed, 24 to 34
Taken up in the Cth civil district of War
ren county by Samuel Scott, a brown mare
mule, about three years old, with bell on ;
ome collar marks.
The Tennesse Dental Association
has been in session at Columbia this
The conspiracy is on horsebac
rushing blindly to its goal. Mr,
Reed is having his day. Drunk
with an insensate ambition, infatua
ted by the noise of unthinking ap
plause, mistaking his sensationa
smartness for patriotic statesmanshi
and his coarse despotism" for high
minded courage, ho is spurring his
party to destruction and the Union
to the darkest peril that has touched
it yet. Washington Critic. .
Trousdale county has in-trueted for
Hon. Julius A. Troudale as its choice
The Warren County Teachers' In
stitute has been in progress during
tho week and has met with unusual
success. The teachers of the county
are arousing as never before to a
senso of the deep obligation resting
upon them. The enrollment at pres
ent, Thursday morlng, numbers
eighty-three, and new names are be
ing added daily. The great interest
must be attributed to the zeal of our
worthy Superintendent; his efforts
for the county should be appreciated,
and he should receive, the hearty sup
port and ce-operation of every teacher
and patron of the public schools. To
the chairman of the body, J. 11. Stub-
bleficld, must bo given the honor of
he excellent organization and good
Many teachers from a distance and
visitors from the town have encour
aged by their presence, and nflt a few
liave entered the work, lending en
thusiasm on all occasions.
Mr. J. W. Terrill, of Decherd, has
made many friends among the teach
ers and visitors by his earnest pre
sentation of true methods of teaching
and his firm stand for true, noble
manhood. Ills talks are calculated
to stimulate to greater effort to attain
to the Ideal teacher.
Prof. J. G. . Meadors gave a short
but appropriate address of welcome
on Monday morning, tilled with
characteristic good suggestions and
The following teachers have done
remarkable work in conducting class
recitations: Messrs J. W. Terrill, M.
B. Terrill, J. R Stubblefield, J. W.
Maddux, A. J. Trail, J. 11. Rogers,
II. White, J. B. Clark, Misses
Nellie Wright and Ada Thurman;
Thovwork during the week .has
been enlivened very much by good
The examination of county teach
ers will occupy the entire day Sat
urday, July 5th. The teachers who
have attended during the week will
find the work a great advantage in
their examinations for certificates.
The county may feel encouraged
with the progressive step that has
been taken toward the elevation of
common schools ; and it is to ' be
hoped the step may be permanent,
and the succeeding sessions of the
Institute each year may show a per
ceptible progress toward true meth
ods of teaching.
Go to the Model Drug Store for
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327 Union Stret t.
Prof. James W. Terrill president
of Terrill college, has been a shining
light in the institute. He has gone
deep down into the subjects that
were given him. He has so worked
up the interest of the institute that
the teachers are more than made
glad when his time comes to conduct
Prof. J. II. Stubblefield, our wor
thy and efficient chairman, has so
conducted himself as to show the
teachers that he has his whole atten
tion turned toward the education of
the young generations that are com
ing on. lie has not only used great
skill in presiding over this body of
teachers, but has rendered very val
uable class work in geography and
Miss Ada Thurman has furnished
the institution with some very de
lightful and interesting music,' which
has greatly aided in the success of our
institute. She also has rendered
very valuable class work in history.
Miss Ada is a model teacher and
worthy of imitation.
Mr. J. A. Trail has given many
good ideas in orthography, and has
made his recitations very interesting.
He is a young teacher, but bids fair
to make a bright success in that no
ble work to which he is so earnestly
Miss Nellie Wright, of Chattanoo
gave a very Interesting lesson on
Profs. Clark, Ilogers, and Maddux
have conducted reading with good
Prof. Terrill's son arrived this
morning, (Thursday), and conducted
the arithmetic class in such a way
that the simplest child could but un
Misses Nannie Jones, Clayton Ter
rill, and Jennie Woods, Messrs. J
II. White and G. II. Hopkins,-H.
B. Evans, James Hamilton, John
Clark, and other teachers, have hon
ored us by their presence, tor which
we are greatly indebted to them.
Many others have shown a willing
hand in this great work by giving us
their presence and attention.
Some of the leading race horse
jockeys command salaries rangin
from ten to twenty thousand dollars
TheMonteagle Assembly opened
last Tuesday evening with about 4on
people in atterdanco. .
Yon don't have to ' die to win".
Manager Tennessee Dep't ,
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
DRUGGIST ? APOTHECARY,
Viola, Te nn,
Keeps on hand n full btock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
PAINTS, OILS, EXTRACTS, DYE STUFFS,
$ AND-DRUGGISTS'. SUNDRIES.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
-HEM EM BER, THAT-
MOEFOED & BILES
ARE AGENTS FOR
The thii'keye Mower, the lightest draught and most durable Mower lmule. Also Buckeye
Riuders, Hay Rakes, Threshers, Clover l'ullers, Engines, Cider Mills, Straw Cutters, Corn
Shcllers, Giai't Cane Mills, and all kinds of Farm Implement!!. .
e liinnuiuctiire hvaporators, anu have a ear lonii of lennessee Wagons. A large
stock of Plows, Stoves, I ron, Hardware, Oil Paints, Windows, Doors, Gum Belting and
We will sell Machinesand Wagons as cheap as they can he bought in Nashville and
save von the freight. We buy direct from first hands and sell for .Small Profits.
MORFORD & BILES, (old stand.)
W. P. FAULKNER,
W. P. FAULKNER & SON,
1 1 GENERAL MERCHANDISE, I I
Carry a Complete stock of
EN TINE OLIVER
Double Shovel and
and all kinds of
ICS' TOOLS, BUILD
And whatever belongs to a First Class Hardware Store.
DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, ana NOTIONS.
QUEENSWAltE, TIN, GLASS, WOODEN WARE, SALT.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, BRUSHES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS and TOBACCO.
WE buy our goods in the best markets and are prepared to meet competition, and give
bargains to our customers. Call and see us, we will give you the lowest Cash prices
State Finances :
American 2nd. inst.
The books of the Comptroller and
Treasurer show the receipts of the
State for the month of June to have
been $348,989.19, and tho disburse
ments $111,575.78. The sources of
income were from trustees, $4,816.01 ;
county court clerks, 841,312.84;
circuit court clerks, $778.77; chan
eery court clerks, $40. 10; State tax
insurance companies, $358.80; rail
roads, $492.50; telegraphs, $24.03;
delinquent, tax, $1,158.54; amount
borrowed, $300,X0. The greatest
expense items were $250,000 for inter
est, $21,004.41 for State prosecutions
and $25,084.50 paid on the State
debt. Coupons to the amount of
$73,714 were counted and paid yester
day up to 12 o'clock.
La. S. L. All Eight.
Baton Jloioiu:, La., July 1.
The lottery bill this afternoon, as
amended by tho committee, increas
ing the amount to be paid for lottery
privileges $250,000 per annum, mak
ing the annual payments '$1,250,000,
parsed the Senate this afternoon by
a vote of 24 to 12. Bill was returned
to the House with a message from
the Senate asking concurrence in tho
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sunstroke this week who will prob