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SOUTHERN STANDARD -MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE.-
NOV- ,i l89o
Is the most ancient and most general of all
diseases. Scarcely a family Is entirely free
from It, while thousands everywhere are Its
suffering slaves. Hood's Barsaparilla has
had 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 ot this medicine. It thoroughly re
moves every Impurity from the blood.
"My little daughter's, life was saved, u
we believe, by Hood's Barsaparilla. Before
he was six months old the had 7 running)
scrofula sores. One physician advised the
amputation ot one of her fingers, to which
we refused assent ' When we began giving
her Hood's Barsaparilla, 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.O. Joins, Alna, Lincoln County, Me. ,
SoldbyalMroreUti. l;ilsforf5. Prepartdby
a t HOOD CO Apothecaries, Lowell, Mat.
l 100 Doses One Dollar
MfflNYILLE PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrected weekly by Mead & Ritchey.
Offick Southern Standard,
McMinnville, October 31 1890.
Washington, ".' Oct. 1890.
Attorney General Miller has expe
rienced a change of heart since U. S.
Treusurer Huston wrotq. sneeringly
of him that he took no interest in
'practical politics," or else he was
acting under the direct orders of hia
superior officer, Mr. Benjamin HarrN
son, who is an adept In the peculiar
shade of "practical politics" that has
given the Indiana republicans their
great "blocks of five" reputation
when he revoked art order JssuetJ by
Attorney General ' Garland ' prohibi
ting the employment of deputy U. S.
Marshals to act in connection with
elections for a longer period than five
days. Mr; Garland, Issued the, ptdei
to prevent the notorious John I. Da
venport bankrupting th.oU. S, Treas
ury by hiring for weeks before the
elections in New York thousands of
deputy marshals at (5 a day, whose
only business was to work for the re
publican party, and for the present
Attorney-General to revoke that or
i der at this time is as arrant a bit-of
partisanship as was ever exhibited by
j a member of any administration.' 1
Under the law these deputy mar
shals can only be employed in towns
of more than 20,000 inhabitants and
it is now certain that swarms of them
are to be employed in every town
above that imputation In the country,
in fact they have been employed and
under pay at the rate of $5 a day for
some' days past, and everyone of
these men are 1 republican workers,
mostly of the sort that have no scru
ples when a political advantage can
be gained. It will now be in order
for Messrs. Quay. Dudley. Huston &
Co. to take the Attorney General to
in Kansas, a net gain of twenty-five.
Hesides these there are twenty-two
other districts which the committee
mark as doubtful, but think their
chances of carrying are good. A net
gain of ten members would give the
democrats the House by one inajort'
Three men burglarized a jewelry
store In Memphis between three and
four o'clock last Tuesday morning.
They were arrested a few minutes
later, tried, convicted and sentenced
to eight years each in the penitentia
ry the same day, and at 10 o'clock
that night were started on their way
to the penitentiary at Nashville.
Sure cure Preston's "Hed-Ake."
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining in the Postoftice at McMinn
ville, Tenn., for the week ending Oct. 30
which will be forwarded to the Dead Letter
office if not called for in 30 days.
Paigu, Everline, ,
1'onger, W. P.
Gilbert, J. H.
Henderson, W.W.( 2
Sohurer, F. M. Esq.
By order ot the P. O. Department, One
Cent roust be collected on all advertised
letters. Parties calling for any of these let
ters will please say "Advertised."
Ed. J. Wood, P. U.
The seventeenth volume of Alden's
Manifold Cyclopedia extends from
Gogo (a town and seaport of British
India) to Haliography (a description
of the sea), and compares favorably
with Its predecessors in its skillful
On Tuesday, ths 4th day of November, """j- hfj fm excellent tyP0-
able economy in cost. While In mag
nitude the Cyclopedia compares close
ly with Appleton's or Johnson's, and
Is considerably larger than the latest
edition of Chambers's, it Is vastly
more comprehensive than either of
them. Besides covering the usual
ground of a universal Cyclopedia, it
includes also an unabridged Diction
ary of the English language, every
Important word to be found In Web
ster's or Worcester's, and not a few
besides which have grown into the
language since their last revision.
Considering this comprehensiveness
and its editorial and mechanical ex-
1890. I will, as Sheriff of Warren County,
State of Tennessee, open and hold at the
regular voting places In each' Civil District
of said County, elections for the fo owing
named officers :
One Member of Congress for the Third
One Governor of Tennessee.
Ono State Senator for the Counties of
Warren, Putnam; DeKalb and Cannon.
One Representative in the Lower House of
the Legisature for Warren County.
The following named persons are hereby
appointed Special Deputies to hod said
elections and make due returns thereof ac
cording to law:
1 District ). E. Argo
cellence, its price is hardly less than
marvellous, teing only a fraction of
that of other high-clHss cyclopedias.
Specimen pages ami euny installment
terms sent fret. John B. Alden,
Publisher, New York, Chicago, and
Wheat, bushel 1.00 to 1.10
Corn; $ bushel 45 to 50
Flour, $ barrel $.325 to $5.25
f 1 eir L. I AC A CA
n-f.'vk " their hearts, and here's the milk in
Eggs, dozen 14 to 15
Hutter, m 8 to 10
Hens, 3ft lb 414
Spring Chickens 10 to 13
,n . 8 " - Mr. Harrison as successor to the late
luraeys, t id , o . ...
Ginseng, lb to 2,50
Beeswax, 39 lb 21
the cocoanut induce the republi
cans of Indiana to withdraw their
opposition to his being nominated by
Feathers, T lb 35 to 38
Tallow, $ lb
Green Ilides, $ lb 2
Wool, unwashed, "id lb .20 to 23
" tub washed. ..30 to 35
stock Peas, bushel upon the Supreme
wnue ueans, Dusnei.... i wi , which he is
Dried AnnW lh , - A tn fi 1.9 W mul IIe "
----- "l-r-. I V. " " "--I. 1 TI.I !..! t
l'eaobes, $i , nearu. lie is rtceiviun u greui
Justice Miller. Ye gods ! how this
little Miller will rattle around in the
chair of the dead Miller.
Ex-rresident Clevelandl has oeen
here for several days in attendance
Court, where a
counsel is being
of attention, and if he would accept
Invitations he would be made a social
lion of, but he says this is strictly a
business trip, and that he will come
again and bring , Mrs. Cleveland,
whom all Washington loves, with
Dried Apples 6 1-2 to 7
Dried Peaches,halves hi to 6
" quarters to 7
Dried Blackberries 7to 7
l eathers, prime..... to 42
Ginseng, dry... .....$2.75 to $3.00
Butter ........ 10 to 20
Eggs . to 17
umcaens, signed by Mr,
Irish Potatoes, per bbl 3.25
Wool, unwashed, 21to 23
tub-washed, 28 to 33
" Blackberrie 6 to
Green Apples, per bushel .40 to 50
NASHVILLE MARKET REPORT.
Corrected from the Nashville American
every Thursday evening.
Wheat.from wagons, eooddry, new, to 1.05
Corn, from wacom 'B9 to 62 1-2
- I , a it .Ha - e ii
tjorn Meal xne question Oi ine vauuny oi uie
:: ,v ; ; " S new tariff law having been raised
Hay, prime timothy, per ton. . $8.00 to 12.50 ... , , , - - ,
uy Ulc ixtw iui& juipuiicia, nuu
such able lawyers as Senators Carlisle
and McPherson having expressed
the opinion that the omission of
the paragraph reducing the taxation
on tobacco from the copy of the bill
Harrison made the
entire law void, it has greatly dis
turbed the administration. Mr.
Harrison was aware of this error
soon after Congress adjourned, and to
have it corrected was one of the rea
sons he was so anxious to nave an
extra session. How the Slpremo
Court would decide this question,
should the importers determine to
carry it into the Courts, is, of course,
problematical, but the chances are
that the republicans, on the bench
would take the same view of it that
prominent members of their party
have already expressed that the
ommission of a clause in the bill only
affects the clause so omitted. Repre
sentative Bayne, one of the republi
can conferees.made a bad break in his
effort to explain the omission by say
incr that it wa9 intentional on the
part of the .conferees. Senator Car
lisle, also one of the conferees proves
the contrary to have been the Citse.
Civil Service Commissioner Roose
velt can be a very, very funny fellow
when he tries. He has Issued a man
Ifesto which deserves a high place in
the humorous literature of the day.
With the agents of the various repub
lican State associations bull-dozing
and threatening to black-list the
Government employes if they do not
contribute, right under his nose, Mr.
Roosevelt writes to the presidents of
these associations warning them that
members of their associations in the
Government service will be prose
cuted if they violate the law. Could
anything be more farcial?
. If the best Information obtainable
is correct I don't see how the demo
crats can fail to carry the House.
The Congressional committee figures
on not loosinc more than four dis
tricts it has in the present House,
and on making the following gains
Two in Xew York, two in North
Carolina, one in South Carolina, one
in Louisiana, one in Alabama, two
In Connecticut, two in Maryland,
two in Virginia, Arkansas, two sev
en In Ohio, two m lowa, two in
Michigan, two in Wisconsin and one
" -J. B. Lusk
3 " John A. Green
4 " -Wm. Martin
5 " Wm. C. Jennings
C " -Levi Scott
7 " -A. J. Mitchell
8 " J. D. Berry
9 " -W. Williams
10 " -S. C. Hennegnr
11 " J. II. Devenport
12 " J. A. Murler
13 ' -J. S. Mullican
14 " -W. P. Davis
1j " -W. C. Potter
ELECTION FOR STATE OKFICEHS.
1 Dihtric t I. L. Iiheay
'i " . Tnlm Prim
3 " -J.M.Gribble
4 " It. L. Burnett
" J. L. Coppinger
J. J. Meadows
8 " -II. B. Bonner.
9 " Frank G. Sinartt
10 " -T. M. Carroll
11,. " Thou, Matthews
12 " S. V. Vanhooser
13 " M.J.Jones
14 " J. It. Grizzle
15 " -I). B. Smith
11 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 question
of a Bridge Tax is also submitted to the peo
pic at the general election for State Officers.
All.who' favor. the coUfin of a tax for
bridge purposes will ha written or crint-
edron their ticketsf1-tate Officers, the
words, 'Bridge Tax.-, All who oppose will
have written or printed on their tickets for
State Officers, the w ords, "No Bridge Tax.
This Oct. 8th. 1890.
I. L. RIIEAY.
Sheriff of Warren County.
Tetter and Boils.
For years I was aflleted with an
aggravated cases of Tetter. I tried
lotions, salves, soaps, and other out
ward applications without any bene
ficial results. In addition to the Tet
ter, Boils commenced breaking out
all over ray body, causing me so
much pain that I had to quit work
and go to bed. I then decided that I .
had started out wrong, and Instead of
using external treatment I ought to
go to the seat of the disease and puri
fy my blood, as it was obviously bad
blood that caused both Tetter and
Bolls. I took several blood purifiers
without any good effects. About the
time my case was declared incurable
I commenced taking S. S. S. In a
few weeks the Tetter was cured, and
one by one the Boils disappeared, un
til I was entirely and permanently
cured. This was three years ago, and
since then I have been free from any
skin eruptions. My skin is now, and
has been for three years, as smooth
as any ones. S. S. S. not only cured
me of the Tetter and Boils, but also
restored my appetite and general
health, causing me to increase in
weight and Improve In every way.
M. S. Pollock,
May 6, 1890. New London, Ohio.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases nniih
ed free. S WI FT SPECI FIC CO..
Go to the Model Drug Store for
Fruit Jars, Jelljh 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. FLEDIIIMG, Proprietor.
STOVES, TIME and HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, O
TIN, SHEET IRON and COPPER WARE.
I have now on hand a large stock of
Cooking and Heating Stoves,
which I will sell cheap for Cash, or
Mm for Cora or hi Cattle.
Dark iron eray ; good size and fine form
works well in harness either single or double,
and is a splendid saddle animal. He is six
years old, perfectly gentle and easily han
dled. Will be sold at a bargain. Call on
ATI1AN KEENER, near Faulkner's
Factory, or address him at McMinnville.
63,000,000 of Us.
Washington, Oct. 27. The totals
of the census have been made up with
the exception of three supervisor's
districts two of these in Missouri
and one In Virginia. Without these
the total , reaches 61,982,193. The
non-completed districts will, it is
expected, carry these figures up to
63,000,000, which was the estimate 'of
Superintendent Porter. Cincinnati
My Meat Stall will be supplied at a
seasons with the best and fattest
-BEEF, PORK, AND MUTTON
To be found in the country.
Cash paid for Cattle.
East Main Street,
V. T. Murray will speak at
following times and places:
Vervilla,Saturday Nov. 1, at night;
llate's School House, 11th district,
Monday Nov. 3, at night.
W. W, Fairbanks will speak at the
following times and places :
Viola, Saturday Nov. 1, at night ;
Caney Branch, Monday Nov. C, at
J. L. Garnett and Dr. Thos. Black, Dem
ocratic candidates for Representatives, will
address the public at the following times
and places :
Alex. Harrison's, 5th District, Saturday,
Nov. 1, 1 p. m.
Let the voters in the various dis
tricts come out and hear these
It cures headache only Preston's
If you have headache try Preston V
JUDGES OF ELECTION.
At the quarterly term of the Warren
County Court, held on Monday, Oct. 6th,
1890, the following Judges were appointed
for above elections :
1 District-G. W. Hogwood, O. F. Bnistcr.
t J.T. 8martt
2 ' -Elzie Crittenden, Arthur Col-
yar, Calhoun Watley
3 " -Joe Miller, T J Hawkins. AV
t II. Hash
Thos. Witt, Ewine Grizzle, Jns.
-caihoun nayes. n b stub- Special Attention Given to Guttering, Itoofing, Repairs.
hichciu, Joe Uuick
Jas, Painter, Jas. Cagle, I. 1'
-J. J. Northcut, J. P. Ettcr. Ve
-Wm. Campbell, J. W. Cope.
J.H.King, A. J. Newman, II,
10 G. W. Simnis, W. M. Akers, S.
11 " L. A. Matthews, B. K. Bates. J.
12 " A. A. Jones. Nathan Newby.
13 " -H. J. Christian. F. M. Helton,
U " -D. C. Gribble, Thos. D. Locke.
W. N. Rudd
13 " Jas. Dawson, A. J. Womack, W.
ELECTION FOR STATE OFFICERS.
1 District-CG. Black, W. L. Swann, M. B.
2 ' C. J. Ewton. John Clark, Sr.,
"' Sam Green. Jr.
-3 " -S.D. Miller. H. B. Gribble. T.
4 " John M Aiee, John Green, Frank
5 " Jas, Dodson.O.B. Turner. Arm-
6 ' R. K. Hesseltine, AnronMoflUt.
7 " B. A. Cugle, H.L.Hayes, S. R.
8 " W. E. Garner, John Rutledge,
' J. P. Hughes.
J " J. AV. Byars, H. J. King, D. H.
10 " -John AAderson. Isaac Fults.W.
11 " -t'.W. Snipes. J. H. Lance. Toll
12 " Andy Crane. L. M. Meadow
W. H. Newby.
13 " -Newton Lowcry, J. C. J. Kirby.
A. C. Holland.
14 " Amos Garth. Solomon Wil
liams, J. AV. Stiles
t") " I'.lt. Couch. A..T. AVehb. J. AV.
A. II. HAMMER.
oiinty Court Clerk.
W. H. MOORE, (VI. D.
Viola, Tenn ,
Keeps on hand a full stock of
Drags, Medicines, Chemicals,
PAINTS, OILS, EXTRACTS, DYE STUFFS,
AND DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE INTHE
OUR TIRES are the heaviest of anr wagon in th market. ,
There is more iron and better iron work on the 'Tennessee' than on any other
wagfct ofl'ered to the trade.
Our Wood-work is thoroughly saturated in boiling linseed oil.
We do not use any cheap or mineral paintsY .our "work is all painted with the best
brands of paint, ground by ourselves in pure linseed oil, and finished with the best brands
of English varnish. . ,t ' '. -
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. Theaxlesiare made of best
hickory; the tongues, bolsters, hounds, and spokes'of WcjLwhJte-oak the. hubs of New
York black birch, "the best in the world," and oiir bedsfclt'af,Tennessee yellow poplar.
Our tongues and front hounds are so constructed that but little weight rests upon the
necks of the team. ' . .
The hubs are steamed when driving the spokes, which shrinks them to the spokes,
making the spokes as firm as if they grew there. . .
Tho bolsters are plated their entire length, and the king bolts are countersunk,?!
prevents them fromwearing the bottom of the beds. i ; ' ' v
Our BOX STRAPS are turned over the sides so as to giv additional strength to the
beds, all of whirl) are plated with beveled iron. ''."I
We ue KOCND EDGE TIRE on our wheels for the protection of felloes and pai
nlso heavy WHO I UHT IKOX sn1 hsnils on wheels.
We buy them by the car load aud sell them for Small Profit.
MOKFOEX) & BILES. J'