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SOUTHERN STANDARD-MCMINN VILLE. TENNESSEE.-
NOV 15, 1890
Is a constitutional and not a local disease,
and therefore It cannot bo cured by local
applications. It requires a constitutional
remedy like Hood's Sarsaparllla, which,
working through the blood, eradicates the
Impurity which causes and promotes the
disease, and effects a permanent cure.
Thousands of people testify to tlio success
of Hood's Sarsaparlla as a remedy for
catarrh when other preparations had failed.
lay Evans nime down like llie wolf on the
And the Krin on his visum? was sassy nnd
nd the sheen of his silver, the flint of his
Made the lieurts of Ins lionihinen leel joyous
" I will say I Lave been troubled for sev
eral years with that terribly disagreeable
disease, catarrh. I took Hood's Sarsapa
rllla with the very best results. It cured ma
ot that continual dropping In my throat, and
stuffed up feeling. It has also helped my
mother, who has taken it for run down state
of health and kidney trouble." Mbs. S. D.
Heath, Putnam, Conn.
41 1 have used Ilood's Sarsaparllla for ca
tarrh with Tery satisfactory results. I have
received more permanent benefit from It than
from any other remedy I have ever tried."
II. E. Read, of A. Kead & Son, Wauseon, 0.
Bold by all druggiiti. 01 ; ill for f 5. Prepared only
by C. L HOOD 4 CO., Apothecrloi, Lowell, Mut.
100 Doses One Dollar
iike bees round ft beehive when summer
His KanB at t lie precincts that morniiiK were
Like storm-stricken straw-stacks when a cy
clone huth blown.
That Bang in the evening were scattered and
.'or the will of the people was borne on the
And tore through the ranks of the rnds us it
And t'lay Evans and Sharpe and all of their
Were swept from its iath like leaves in the
And the great and good Sharpe waxeth loud
in his yell
And Clay Evans blasphemes like a. devil
r the hand of the people hath shown him
And the place that once knew him shall
know him no more.
McMINNVILLE PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrected weekly by Mead & Ritchey.
Office Southern Standard,
McMinnville. November 13 1890.
The produce trade has been lively
for the past few days, especially in
green and dried apples. The demand
is good for both green and dried if
nice. Dried apples are slightly bet
ter, both in quality and price. Ex-
cry inferior apple that will not do to
ship green should be dried. Save ev
erything, even to the cores and peel
ings. Dry them just as nice as ap
pies, and they will sell for jelly mak
ing. Eggs are better. We quote 1G to
17 cents, and in good demand. Feed
your old hens with egg-producing
food, and make them produce fine
fresh, large eggs, and lots of them
Turkeys, if fat and nice, are in de
raand for thanksgiving.
Wheat, bushel 1.00
Corn; IS bushel 50 to G5
Flour, $ barrel $.325 to $5.25
.Meal, bushel 50 to
Eggs, 13 dozen 1G to 17
Rutter, lb 8 to
Hens, i lb 4M
Spring Chickens ..10 to 13
Turkeys. 33 lb
Ginseng, 3 lb to 2,50
Beeswax, 13 ft
Feathers, W It 35 to
Tallow, 13 VA
(ireen Hides, 13 n 4 to
Wool, unwashed, lb 20 to :
' tub washed, 30 to !
Stock Peas, 13 bushel
White Beans, 13 bushel 1 00
Dried Apples, 13 lbs ,0 1-2 to
" Peaches, 13 '.
" Blackberries, to
Green Apples, per bushel 40 to 50
NASHVILLE MARKET REPORT,
WAX'S LAST C11AUV.E.
E. B. E's Farewell.
Corrected from the Nashville American
every Thursday evening.
Wednesday, Nov. 12. There are
few departments of the general mar
ket that do not report a good trade.
Everybody seems busy and values
seem to be tending upward in all
manufactured goods. The tariff is on
canned goods of all kinds and prices
are higher in consequence. In gro
ceries, sugar and coffee, while not
quotably lower, are barely steady at
the prices. The other staples are
llrm. There is a little weakness in
lards, but bacon is steady. Eggs
range from 20 to 21 cents, and hens
aro taken readily at outside figures.
Young chickens are quite dull.
There is a demand for choice butter
and dried fruits. Wheat i9 dull, and
the corn market fairly active at quo'
tations. Hay rules steady, and bran
Wheat, from wagons, gooddry, new, to 1.02
Corn, from wagons GO 1-2 to 63 1-2
OaU 51 to 53
Hay, prime timothy, per ton. . $8.00 to 13.00
Dried Apples 7 to 7 1-4
Dried Peachesdialves 6 to 6 J
" quarters to
Dried Blackberries 7to7!i
Feathers, prime to 42
Ginseng, dry $2.75 to $3.00
Butter 10 to
Eggs to 21
Irving College, Nov. 11, 1890.
To the Standard.
I conclude from the 4,round-up"
oi the standard's last snot at "ye
scribe," that the time has approached
for a termination to our "little tilt,"
but before closing I must throw my
self briefly upon the Standard's
generosity for a little space to make a
few observations in regard to the lit
tie tilt, and then I am done with that
Allow me to reproduce one para
graph of a preceediugarticle,to which
I invite the Standard's careful at
tention and I think that the Stan
dard will readily see that it has
done me an injustice. I said that
"We all know that in its national
leyislative capacity the democratic par
ty had done nothing that has been of
any benefit to the people. With the
President, Senate and House what it
might have done I know not."
If the above means anything, it
means that the democratic party, in
its national legislative capacity, has
done nothing per se, because it has
been handicapped by a republican
Again the Standard insists that I,
bv an evasive answer to its questions,
aamitted the truthfulness of the in
sinuations couched in those questions.
I did no such thing. I endeavored to
answer those questions "according to
their folly.". I have been a member
of the Masonic order for eight years
and no one has ever yet asked me a
question that would either directly or
indirectly disclose any of the secret
transactions of that order, and I hope
that no one will ever stultify himself
by believing that I border so close on
insanity as to perjure myself in order
to give information which he claims
he has a right to know.
Again, the Standard can relieve
itself of all fear about my views being
compressed to fit the one-plank-plat
form idea. Had such been the case I
would have joined the prohibition
tarty and thereby obviated the ne
cessity of a "tilt" with the Stan
I might also remind the people
that my views are not so contracted
as to see no nobleman save in the al
liance, nor are they so contracted as
that I would not support a lawyer,
merchant, banker, or "businessman"
should one be nominated and placet
on a good platfoim. The object, aim
and labors of my life have been to en
large my views, but heaven forcfend
they shall ever become so enlarged
that I shall hesitate to give a cortlia
and hearty support to an humble
honest farmer or mechanic, should
such be placed on a good platform
And when "the next campaign rolls
around" if the Standard wants to
find me, let it in the meantime "let
up" on its prohibition proclivities and
step upon the democratic platform
with both feet and behold, there I am
also. E. 13. E.
USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE
There- is no way ot cooking a straw
borry that increases Its flavor, orrotaina
H unimpaired. The nearest approach to
it is when they are served In a properly
For dyspepsia tako a toaspoonful of
Graham flour and stir in a half toa cup
of water, sweeten or not just to suit
taste, and drink before breakfast. It
will help the dyspepsia.
Soak drlod apples for rice puddings
In placo of raisinsl They should bo
quite tart, and aro very palatable; neith
er do they contain the objectionable
seeds of 'raisins, and aro cheaper.
A New York physician says that a
plentiful supply of fruit denotes a
healthful summer; and that it is as nec
essary that peoplo in this climate should
eat fruit in the spring and summer as
that the Esquimaux should drink oil in
the intense cold of the polar regions.
Pretty photograph frames that re
semble small over-mantels, and hold
four or eight pictures, can bo mado of
white wood. Along the topis a gilt rod,
ond on it are hung little red, yellow or
peacock-colored silk curtains, intended
to draw, if one wishes, across the whole
Cotton carpet rags aro ofton quite
bright on one side and dull on the other;
to got the benefit of the brightest shado
the rags, after they havo been sewed,
may bo ironed together, the bright side
boing folded out, and when wound care
fully they will keep in place until
woven. Rural New Yorker.
To Wash Laco Curtains. Wash
them in warm suds, rinse twice, with
starch in the last rinsing water. When
nearly dry, fold them evenly and lay a
weight over them for several hours,
Hang them up at the windows while
slicrhtly damp. Washing in hot water
causes them to shrink. If you desire an
ecru shado, dip the curtains in cold cof
fee. Toledo lilado.
Brown Sugar Puffs. Make a rich
paste; roll and cut in sizes as you would
for any kind of fruit (a small saucer is a
convenient size to cut by.) Tako of
brown sugar two-thirds and butter one
third; cream thorn, and put a little on
each puff, fold it together and crimp the
edges to prevent its separating. Perfor
ate tho tops with a fork and bake quick
ly. They aro very nice.- Ohio Farmer.
Tho legion of small vermin which
nfest houses, can bo gotten rid of by
vigorous application of a hot solution of
alum to their haunts. This should bo
used very strong and put on freely with
paint-brush. It is harmless, so far as
children aro concerned, yet it is effectu
in getting rid of these pests, which
Irish Potatoes, per bbl 2
Wool, unwashed, 21to 23
" tub-washed 28 to 33
Over half the necessary capital for
:i steel plant at Clarksville lias been
subscribed by citizens of that place.
and its establishment in the near fu
ture is assured.
Sure cure l'rcston's "lled-Ake.'
me real estate agents ol lrginia
will hold a state convention at Nor
folk on the l'.Hh and 2Uh days of this
The scholastic census of Kuoxville
shows over 8000 school children in
A large part or the business por
tion of Owensboro, Ky., was de
stroy by fire one night last week.
Buffalo has a firm named Irish
r.ngusn. w nat is equally curious
Mr. English is an Irishman and Mr
Irish is an Englishman.
The thoroughly great men are those
who have done everything thorough
ly and who have never despised any
thing, however small, of Ciod's mak
She "It will be a pleasure to me
to share your troubles and anxieties.
Ue-"IUit I haven't any."
She "() you will have when we
do so much to make the lives of houso
wives so uncomfortable. Christian at
Piquant Sauce. Brown in two ta
blespoonfuls of butter two tablespoon
fuls of onions sliced or chopped very
fine; when partly done add a table-
spoonful of flour, and. when all is well
browned pour in a cup of gravy or soup
stock. A bay-leaf and a little bunch of
sweet herbs should bo thrown in to sini
mer for flavoring. Remove these after
few minutes and season with a littlo
salt, black pepper and adashofchcy
enno. At the last moment add a table
spoonful of sharp vinegar. A juicy
round steak served with this sauce
not to bo despised. Country Gentleman
THE YANKEE DRUMMER.
Go to the Model Drug1 Store for
Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Rubbers and Tops.
FISHING TACKLE, LINES, REELS, TIPS, GUIDES AND HORNS.
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded day or night, arid
orders answered with care and dispatch.
OT. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
STOVES, TINWARE 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
Manga f;: Com c: M Cattle.
My Meat Stall will he supplied at a
seasons with the best and fattest
BEEF, PORK, AND MUTTON
To be found in the country.
Cash paid for Cattle.
Special Attention (3 i veil to Guttering, Hoofing, Repairs.
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. Hi
Who 1'sunlly Gets Kven With Those
Who Snub Iljm.
A very neat littlo reminder to ono of
tho worst bores we ever knew, a New
York dudo with a big cane, was admin
istered by a clerk who attached to tho
cavo tho legend: "This is my busy day
It was not received with tho best grace
but proved very effectual on Rubscqucn
visits. Tho man who fools with a drum
mer bad better troublo tho business end
of a wasp, a full many a business man
knows. A salesman recently told us his
experience in a neighboring State. Ho
knew tho proprietor slightly, having
called on him onco or twico in tho pre
vious years, and, finding him all alono,
after afow moments conversation called
his attention to a neat littlo article in
his lino that ho was introducing.
Tho proprietor turned on his heel at
almost the first word, without looking
at tho articlo, and curtly said: "No, sir,
I don't wan't any part of it. I never get
any thing until 1 havo a call for it." Tho
salesman waited a few moments, mak
ing no reply until tho proprietor was at
loisuro again, then heading for tho door,
put out his hand and bidding him good
bye, invited him to como up to Boston
and he would extend such courtesy a-s
he appeared not to bo accustomed to.
Tho proprietor felt tho justico of the re
mark and apoligized in his own fashion.
In a certain town is a business man who
is rather biggish for tho size of the
place. If a salesman calls ho must send
in his card to tho office and humbly seek
On ono occasion a salesman sent in
his card by tho boy, and word camo back
that tho proprietor wanted nothing.
Tho salesman told tho boy to return and
ask for the card, as they cost tho firm
money. The boy soon returned, saying
the proprietor had torn up the card and
sent five cents to pay for tho same. Tho
salesman quickly took out two more
cards and writing on the back of ono:
"My firm does a square business and
never takes advantage of anyone. They
only cost three for five cents," then sent
them in to tho proprietor. Givo tho
salesman a fair show with generous
treatment, and our word for it you will
have no just cause to regret it They
are an indispensable adjunct to our civ
ilization. New England Grocer.
Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle: The
Chattanooga district has crowned
herself with honor and proved lur
devotion to southern interest by rc-
pudiating Clay Evans, but poor
Knoxville, she must stand another
term of Iloukism.
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE IN THE
OUR TIRES are the heaviest of any wagon in the market.
There is more iron and better iron work on the "Tennessee" than on any other
wagon o lie red to the trade.
Our Wood work is thoroughly saturated in boiling linseed oil.
We do nut use any cheap or mineral paints; 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.
Our spokes are driven by machinery in hot glue.
Our tire-furnace gives uniform heat, and our tre cooler uniform shrinkage, which se
cures uniform dish in all wheels.
Our timber is all AIR DRY nnd thoroughly seasoned. The axles are made of best
hickory: the tongues, holsters, hounds, and spokes of best white oak ; the hubs of New
York black birch, "the best in tht world," nnd our beds of clear Tennessee yellow poplar.
Our tongues nnd 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 ns firm as if they grew there.
The bolsters are plated their entire length, nnd the king bolts are countersunk, which
prevents them from wenring the bottom of the beds.
Our BOX STRAPS are turned over the sides so as to give additional strength to the
beds, all of which are plated with beveled iron.
We use ROUND EDGE TIRE on our wheels for the protection of felloes and paint :
also heavy WROUGHT IRON sand bauds n wheels.
We buy them bv the ear load ind sell them for Ismail Profit.
MORFOKD & BILES.
"w o im: .a. o ' s
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
Dress Goods, Shoes, Notions, Sc.
"Our New Fall Stock is now open and ready for the
trade, and is complete in every particular. We have
an unusually iargc and varied line of Dress Goods, in the
atest fabrics and most fashionable shades. A full stock
of Zeiglers's Shoes, and other popular makes for men,
women and .children. Everything in Staple and Fancy
Dry Goods, Notions, Ready-made Clothing, Furnishing
Goods for ladies and gents, Hats, etc.
OUR GROCERY ROOM
Is now in charge of MR. WATSON CAXTRELL,
who invites a call from all of his friends in this and ad
joining counties. This department will be kept fully
stocked with the best and freshest Family Groceries at
all times. Country 'Produce bought and sold.
VV. C. & B. F. WOMACK.
opposite Warren Hoiwo McMIXX Vll-LK, TF.NX.