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SOUTHERN , STANDARD- MCM I NNVILIJi. TENNESSEE.
KDvV, OCT- l89o
Is the most (indent and most general of all
diseases. Scarcely a family Is entirely free
from It, while thousands everywhere are lta
suffering slaves. Hood's Bars apar ilia has
bad remarkable success In curing every form
of scrofula. The most severe and painful
running sores, swellings In the neck or
goitre, humor In the eyes, causing partial
or total blindness, yield to the powerful
effects of this medicine. It thoroughly re
moves evwy Impurity from the blood.
" My little daughter's life was saved, as
we believe, by Hood's Barsaparllla. Before
he was six months old she had 7 running
scrofula sores. One physician advised the
amputation of one of her fingers, to which '
we refused assent When we began giving
her Hood's 8arsaparllla, a marked improve
ment was noticed and by a continued use of It
her recovery was complete. And she is now,
being seven years old, strong and healthy'
B. C. Jokes, Alaa, Lincoln County, lie.
SoldbyalldrnpKiiU. 01; tlx for fi. Prepared by
0. L 1I00D & CO., Apotheeerlet, Lowell, Hats.
. 100 Doses One Dollar
Another Epistle From Our Irving Col-
Irving College,'' Oct.-11, 181)0.
To the Standard: Permit me
to say to the people that ,1 am sorry
that the editor of the Standard can
not digest hazard ! Why, I have
digested it in times past. , It is no
trouble, provided ft crowd of newspa
per men and stump-orating politi
cians gather around andencouraging-
y yell "vote the straight ticket,"
don't scratch,' etc., just ns the
Standard has done biennially for
many years now past.; Hence I now
have confidence (the Standard
tauirht it me) In yelling 4,vote the
straight ticket," "support the nomi
nee", etc., and now i as ' ihe Stand-
akd's digestive apparatus is a little
out of fix, I will generously halloo
McMINNVILLE PRODUCE MARKET,
Corrected weekly by Mead & Eitchey.
Ofkicb Southern Standard,
McMinnville. October 17 1890.
Wheat, "ta bushel 1.00 to 1.10
Corn; 1 bushel 43 to 50
Flour, a barrel $.325 to $5.25
Meal, "ft bushel 45 to 50
Oats, $ " 30
Efrgs, 4 dozen 12J1-2 to 13
Butter, $ lb 8 to 10
Hens, lb Vi
Spring Chickens , 10 to 13
Turkeys, $ lb
Giuseng, lb to 2,50
Beeswax, Tti lb 21
Feathers, th 35 to
Tallow, $ lb 3)
Green Ilides, fh.-
Wool, unrashed, tt) 20 to 2
" tub washed, 30 to S
Stock Peas, $ bumbel ...
White Beans, $ bushel.. .-. .;.:....'....
Dried Apples, lbs.... b'A to 5 3
Ulni-lUprria ft A RU
Green Apples, per bushel 40 to 50
NASHVILLE MARKET REPORT, ..
Corrected from - the Nashville American
every Thursday evenintr. "
Wheat, from wacons, eooJdry, new, to 1.0,
Corn, from wagon 67 to 60
Corn Meal , ,
Outs 4fj to 48
Hay, prime timothy, per ton. . $8.00 to 12.50
Dried Apples ,...t 6 1-4 to 61
Dried Peaches. halves 514 to 6
' quarters to
Dried Blackberries : Tto "Yt
Feathers, prime... (...' to 42
Ginseng, dry...'....i.,..i...........$2.75 to$3.00
Butter - 6 to 15
Eggs " to 15
Chickens, frying........,,.., .,
" hens ,
Irish Potatoes, per bbl
opportunity, can continue to do so
without endangering the flection of
Mr. Snoilgrass; for we know who
it is about whoso ears the party lash
has least terror. This is no time to
make war upon the alliance. The
fact of the business is there is no ne
cessity for making war upon it at all.
When there is no longer a necessity
for such a union then it will die of
its "own free will and accord." Some
day our legislators will "come to"
themselves; some day they will awake
to rson then and not till then will
the oppressed cease to cry for a re
dress of their grievances. J'. E. B.
Go to the Model Drug Store for
If fails, money refunded ; Preston's
Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Rubbers and Tops.
FISHING TACKLE, LINES. REELS, TIPS, GUIDES AND HORNS.
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded day or night, and
, orders answered with care and dispatch. -
W. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
don't scratch" and, perhaps, with On Tuesday, the 4-th day of November
1 1. II. I '
sucn encouragement, even me
Standard can too,digest buzzard. If
my memory serves me right (and it
1800. I will, ns Sheriff of Warren County.
State of Tennessee, open and hold at the
regular voting places in each Civil District
n -. r i 1 .. r 1 1
liob" Slmied all over With, "trie peo- ..)no Member of Ootntress for the Third
T)le anxiously looking for Federal aid Congressional District
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, 28 to 33
Is hereby given that the partnership hereto
fore existing between I. C. Garretson and W.
M. Thaxton, known as (he firm of Gnrret-nn
ifc Thaxton, Viola.Terin. was dissolved by
mutual consent on Oct. 2d, Thaxton going
out and Garretson continuing the business
as heretofore. Garretson has full control of
all assets and pays all liabilities. All per
sons owing the concern Will please settle at
once with I. C. Garretson. This Oct. 3, '90
W. M. THAXTON.
Dibrell, Tenn., Oct. 14, 1890 On
Thursday evening, Oct. 9th, at .7
o'clock, a merry crowd of children,
grandchildren, friends and neighbors
gathered at the home of James Webb,
Esq., where Mr. A. C. "Womack and
Miss Duvey Webb where united in
holy wedlock, and we trust that their
life in this relation may be a happy
one, and that their pathway through
life may be strewed with many beau
tiful flowers of richest hues and rarest
Elder II. W. Sutton was so absorb
ed in a protracted meeting at Smith
ville last Sunday that ho did not
meet his appointment at this place,
but will give another appointment
some time in the future.
l lie clouds have all cleared away
and there are some symptoms of frost
The next teachers institute of War
ren county will meet at Ilaleomb,
Saturday Oct. 2-"th, at 10 o'clock a.m
Ail teacners ana those interested in
the education of the youth arc invit
ed. The arrangement was to have
this institute conducted in the new
school building, but it is not now
probable that the house will Le ready
by mat time.
The best reform in domestic life
without doubt the introduction
nr. null's Ja:y ?vriip. .Now no
more lau lanum need be ivcti
to education," i. e
And now it talks . about not being
able to digest buzzard 1 What a joker
you be ! Now if Jto elect a man Gov
ernor of a State is an endorsement of
any particular view of his upon any
national question, then tho good peo
pie of Tennessee (the .editor of the
Standard included) endorsed the
"Blair Bill" in the re-election of Gov
Taylor. Now the Standard' wil1
not plead guilty. Nor will the dem
ocrats endorse any view of Mr
Buchanan upon a national issue (un
less that view harmonizes with some
principle enuciatcd in the platform
upon which he makes the race) when
they shall have elected him Govern
or of Tennessee.
In view of many things .seen in va
rious papers published in the State,
permit me toissert that the Hon. J.
P. Buchanan is tho nominee of the
democratic party of this State, and as
such should "receive (the. unqualified
sunnort of every democrat in : the
State'.'; -;; V V'-'
J X assert that.. his; nomination iwas
secured fairly, or as much so as any
one in the history of this State; and
nqwan dares gainway this assertion,
unless it be one of that class to whom
it is a sin to have served' in the
Southern Confederacy when among
republiccms, but a glory when among
democrats. lv -
I assert that If Buchanan is the al
liaiicb'candidate'bcc'nusG the laboring
element "captured the convention,"
then the platformof that " convention
is the aUipice plgtform, hence there
is neither a democratic... nominee or
platform in this State.
r I assert that the democratic State
platform is the standard by which
the democracy of pur candidate for
governor should be tested,' and not
by a list of irrelevant questions touch
ing national issues, religious creeds,
or the tenets of secret societies.; t
I assert that the Hon. J.. P. Buch
anan has not "tried to straddle two
latforms" in this canvass: though I
do admit that a few disgruntled news-
wper men. mugwumps and sore-
leaded politicians have very labor!
ouslv tried to net him astride of
many questions not in the dem
ocratic platform, but that he very
As those questions are so very
important and so imperatively de
mand an answer, let me answer' one
of them. I can do it, for I have
'absorbed'' enough from "borrowed"
newspapers to answer to your liking.
"Do you favor secret political organ
ization." Well, that depends upon
whose "bull i3 gored." If one editor,
three lawyers, and two street-corner
politicians secretly meet in a law of
fice (the back room) and cut, dry,
and fix up things just immediately
preceeding the meeting of a conven
tion, why everybody should be in
favor of that. It expedites business
you "know." Yes, I am in favor (?)
of that kind of a secret political so
ciety(?). But, for two or three hun
dred good citizens to meet and "fix
things" a little, and on convention
day set down on that other cut and
dried affair, that is criminal. No, I
do not (?) favor any such presumptu
ous arrogation of the prerogatives
which are exclusively "ours." Too
much dark-lanteniism about that.
Now seriously, in my humble judg
ment, the democracy of the State
cannot afford to sulk in their tents,
while the enemy are in the field. The
democracy cannot afford to compass
the defeat of Mr. Buchanan. The
democracy cannot afford to elect him
by a reduced majority in order to liu
niiH ito him or the (dliance. Nor do
I believe that those papers, which are
(.! iisihl; .supjiih hl; Mr. HuchlMlMtl
! it secret! v stabbing him at every
One State Senator for the Counties of
Warren-, Putnam, DeKalb and Cannon.
One Representative in the Lower House of
the Legislature for Warren County.
The following named persons are hereby
appointed Special Deputies to hold said
elections and make due returns thereof ac
cording to law:
CO C! K KSS I O X A L K 1. KIT I O N .
1 District-O. E. Argo
John A. Green
Win. C. Jennings
-A. J. Mitchell
-J. I), lierry
S. C. llenncgar
J. H. Devenport
J. A. Marlon
F.I.KCTIOX KOIt STATK OKFICKHS.
1 District I. L. Khcay
-J. M. Cribble .
R. L. Harnett
N. B. Jones
J. L. Coppinger
J. J. Meadows
H. B. Bonner
Frank (. Smartt
-T. M. Carroll
S. V. Vanhooser .
M. J. Jones
J. R. Grizzle
D. B. Smith ,
All the above named persons are hereby
notified to meet me at the Courthouse in
McMinnville on Saturday, Nov. 1st, and get
instructions for holding these elections.
BRIDGE TAX ELECTION'.
By order of the County Court, the (luest ion
of a Bridge Tax is also submitted to the peo
ple at the genrd'elcction for State Officers.
All who favor tho collection of a tax for
bridge purposes will have written or print-
en on ineir uckcis ior Mate uincers, llie
words, "Bridge Tax." All who oppose will
have written or printed on their tickets for
State Officers, the words, "No Bridge Tax."
This Oct. 8th. 1890.
I. L. RIIEAY,
Sherill'of Warren County.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST.
Farmers, tlon't be deceived and think you are getting n better
goods cheaper ; it can't be ! Come and .see us and we will
convince you. A good Ripply of all kinds always on hand.
DOTY & MEAD.
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE M THE
than on nnv other
OUR TIRES are the heaviest of any wagon in the market.
There in more iron and better iron work on the "Tennessee'.
wagon offered to the trade.
Our Wootl-work is thoroughly saturated in coiling linseed oil.
We do not use any cheap or mineral paintR ; our work is all painted with the best
brands of paint, ground by ourselves in pure linseed oil, and finished with the best bramli
of English varnish.
Our spokes are driven by machinery in hot glue.
Our tire-furnace gives uniform heat, and our tire cooler uniform shrinkage, which se
cures uniform dish in all wheels.
Our timber is all AIR DRY and thoroughly seasoned. 1 he axles are made of len
hickory; the tongues, bolsters, hounds, and spokes of beet white oak ; the hubs of New
lork black lurch, "the best in the world, and our beds ol clear lennessee yuilow poplar.
Our tongues and trout hounds are so constructed that but little weight rests upon the
necks of the team.
The hubs are steamed when driviDg the spokes, which shrinks them to' the spoki.
making the spokes as firm as if they grew there.
The bolster are plated their entire length, and the king bolts are countersunk, which
prevents them from wearing the bottom of the beds.
Our BOX STRAPS are turned over the sides so as to give additional strength to ihe
beds, nil of wVch arc plated with beveled iron.
We use KoLJND LDGE TIKE on our wheels for the protection of felloes and paint ;
also heavy WIIOUGHT IROX sand bands mi wheels.
we buy tnem Jiy the oar load nid sell them lor small rroht.
MOEFORD & BILES.
FlBJISriEZ A-3D 3D TJ SSI ,
JUDGES OK ELECTION.
At the quarterly term of the Warren
County ( ourt. held on Monday, Oct. Cth,
1390, the following Judges were appointed
for above elections :
1 District G. . llogwood, O. F. Britster.
J. P. Smartt
2 El.ie ( rittenden, Arthur Col
yar, Callioun Watiey
-Joe Miller. T J Hawkins, W
rr ..... ir,...i ..-...I..
inn, u in, r.wniK lizzie, jus,
Calhoun Hayes, N B Stub
blelield. Joe Quick
.las, Puinter, Jus. Cagle, I. 1
-J.J. Northcut.J. P. Etter, Vc
m. Campbell, J. W. Cope,
J. H. King, A. J. Newman, H
(. W.Snnms, W. M. Akers, S.
-L. A. Matthews, B. R. Bates. J
A. A. Jones. Nathan Newby,
1 hos. Earles
-H. J. Christian, F. M. Helton,
-D.C. dribble. Tlios. I). Locke.
W. X. Rudd
Jas. Dawson, A. J. Womack, W.
KI.KCTION FOR STATK OFFICER.
1 District-C. G. Black. W. L. Swann. M. B,
2 -C. J. Ewton, John Clark. Sr..
Sain Green. Jr.
3 S. D. Miller, H. B. Gribble. T
i " John McGoe, John Green, Frank
5 " Jas, Dodson, ). B. Turner. A mi
st end Bottoms.
R. K. Hesseltine, Aaron Mollitt
-li. A. Cagle. ILL. Hayes. S. R.
W.I',. Garner, John Kutledge,
.!. P. Hughes.
J. W . P.yars, 11. ,1. King. 1). II.
John Aixh r-on. Nunc Fults, W.
-C. W . Snipes .1. S. Lance. Till
Andy Crane. L. M. Meadows
V. 1!. Ncwl.y.
Newton Lowcry. .I.C. J. Kiriiy
STOVES, TINWARE and HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
TIN, SHEET IRON and COPPER WARE.
I have now on hand a large stock of
Cooking and Healing Stoves,
iilreli I vill sell cheap for Cash, or
fokm Is Corn o: hi Cattle.
MEAT MARK KT
My Meat Stall will Iw supplied :il ;t
seasons with the Lest ami fa Me I
BEEF, FORK, AND MDTTOS
To be found in the country.
Cash paid for (Vie,
Special Attention (Jiven to Guttering, Hoofing, Kepairs.
East Main Street, - - McMINNNVILLE, TENN.
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
Viola, Tenn ,
Keeps on hand a full stock of
Drags, Medicines, Chemicals,
PAINTS, OILS, EXTRACTS, DYE STUFFS,
AND DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
RE AND LIFE
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R. M. REAMS, Agent, McMinnville.
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