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SOUTHERN STANDARD-MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE-
, NOV. 22, I8g0
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 the success
of Hood's Sarsapartla as a remedy for
catarrh when other preparations had failed.
" I will say I have been troubled for ser
ral years with that terribly disagreeable
disease, catarrh. I took Hood's Sarsapa
rllla with the very best results. It cured me
of 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." Mas. S. D.
Heath, Tutnam, Conn.
" I have used Hood's Sarsaparllla for ca.
tarrh with very satisfactory results. I have
received more permanent benefit from It than
from any other remedy I have ever tried."
M. E. Bead, of A. Bead & Son, Wauseon, 0.
Bold by all druggist. 61 ; tlx f or f 5. Prepared only
by G. L HOOD CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mm.
100 Doses One Dollar
MCMINNVILLE PRODUCE MARKET,
Corrected weekly by Mead & Ritchey.
Office Southern Standard,
McMinnville. November 20 1890.
Produce still active and in demand,
especially dried fruit and eggs. We
quote dried apples 7 to 7J for nice
bright dry apples. Eggs are in de
mand at 18 to 19. Green apples, nice,
good sized, red apples, are !n demand,
while inferior are not wanted at even
low prices. It would be well to dry
as many small and inlenor apples as
Wheat, bushel 1.00
Corn; $ bushel 50 to 05
Flour, $ barrel $.325 to $5.25
Meal, ft bushel 50 to 05
Oats, ft " 30
Eggs, ft dozen 18 to lit
Butter, ft lt 8 to 10
Hens, ft lb V.
Spring Chickens 10 to 13
Turkeys, ft lb 5
Ginseug, ft lb to 2,50
Jseeswax, ft lo 21
Feathers, ft lb 35 to 38
Tallow, ft lb VA
Green Hides, ft lb 4 to 5
Wool, unwashed, ft lb 20 to 23
( a..u L .1 o a o r
Stock iw ft bushel Treasury wanted a chance to
White Beans, ft bushel 1 00
Dried Apples, ft lbs 7 to 7 1-4
" Peaches, ft
" Blackberries, to 7
Green Apples, per bushel 40 to 50
NASHVILLE MARKET REPORT.
Corrected from the Nashville American
every Thursdav evenine,
Wednesday, Nov. 19. The vol
ume of business transacted in the gen
oral market is quito satisfactory, but
collections are yet, in the main, a lit
tie short of expectations, though In
point of dollars and cents will com
pare very favorably with that for the
same time Inst year.
In groceries, sugar and coffee both
manifest some weakness at quota'
tions, and provisions are also on the
weak list. Country produce values
remain about as on yesterday. The
wheat market is quiet, and corn is in
moderate inquiry for milling pur
poses. The new crop is coming into
market and prices are lower. Bran
is quiet at quotations,and hay steady.
Wheat, from wacons, gooddry, new, to 1.00
1-2 to 63 1-2
Oats 51 to 52
Hay, prime timothy, per ton. . $8.00 to 13.00
Dried Apples 7 14 to 7 1-2
Dried l'eaches,halves 6 to GJJ
" quarters to 7
Dried Blackberries 7to 7Ji
Feathers, prime to 42
Ginseug, dry $2.75 to $3.00
Butter 10 to 20
Kggs to 21
Mr. Harrison will also, it is said,
trongly endorse the McKinley tariff
act in his message. Democrats fear
that these things are too good to be
true. They can hardly realizo that
their opponents should be willing to
do so much toward democratic sue
cess in 1892.
There are good reasons for believ
ing that as soon as Congress meets
bills will be introduced by republican
Senators from the Northwest modi
fying or repealing sections of the new
tariff law which bear down heavily
upon the citizens of the States they
represent. It is believed that bills
placing binding twine on the free list,
and reducing the duty on ready
made clothing would receive the
votes of every republican Senator
from west of the Mississippi river;
and there Is some talk about a com-,
bination which In return for the
votes of several republican Senators
from the Eastern States for these
measures shall repeal all duties upon
raw materials. Such bills could
easily be gotten through the
House, as it Is a fact well known
here that at least twenty-five mem
bers of the House voted for the Mc
Kinley bill under protest, and only
because they lacked the moral cour
age to stand the lashes of the party
whip which was given them unspar
ingly whenever they evinced a dis
position to kick outside of the party
Mr. Blaine Is now engaged in per
forming his celebrated reciprocity
act. He hopes to save the morebund
old republican party by holding out
glittering inducements to the people
of what will be accomplished in the
future, and by ignoring the injury
inflicted upon them at this time,
which they have resented effectually
by their votes. iir. Blaine has a
long head, and his brain is an active
one, but he cannot bamboozee the
American people, who know that
reciprocity with the whole world
would be a grand thing for us, but
who know also that the reciprocity
with a string tied to it, provided for,
or rather alleged to be provided for,
by the McKinley tariff law,is a fraud
pure and simple. Oh no,Mr. Blaine,
the people have been juggled with
too long in the "protection" line to
be caught by the false glitter of 'your
The Treasury surplus has been re
duced so low lately that it is said
completed pension cases are held up
in the Pension Office because the
some more money before Honoring
another draft of the Commissioner
of Pensions, who drew $19,000,000
last month. It becomes plainer every
day that the deficit prophesied by the
democrats at the last session of Con
gress for the next fiscal year will ex
Not satisfied with having served
notice upon Senator Quay that he
must vacate his position as chairman
of the republican National Commit-
tee,,there is an element in the repub
lican party that wants to depose
Speaker Iteed from the leadership of
his party in the House, and the prop
osition has been baldly put forth that
the complimentary nomination for
Speaker of the next House be given
to some other republican. There
might be something in this if there
was anybody else to lead the rcpub
icans, but Heed is about the only
prominent republican that was re
elected, and the chances are that he
?st if the
election in Maine had not taken
Something to Bead.
The Youth's Companion announce
ment and calendar for 1891 is one of
the most beautiful and artistic pieces
of lithographic work which has ever
reached our desk. It is contained on
seven sheets of fine bristol board,
about 5x7 inches in size, fastened to
gether with silk floss, and each sheet
is a gem of art. The Youth's Com
panion, by its true merit and many
excellent features, has achieved a de
gree ot success beyond any other pub
lication in this country for young
people. Its pages are always filled
with instructive and entertaining
matter from the most able pens of the
The Central Presbyterian, publish
ed In Richmond Va., has been en
larged, and, in its last issue, it ap
pears in a beautiful new dress. It is
an eight-page paper, with forty-eight
columns. This paper has an estab
lished character and reputation as a
representative of evangelical religion,
and of the principles ot the Pres
byterian Church. It is, in the truest
and best sense, a religious paper,
handling every great question that
concerns the Christian life and avoid
ing all political topics in strong con
trast with Journals of the relierio-DO-
litical type. It is the chief organ of I COOMllE M MM SIlMS
Southern Presbyterianism in the
great Synod of Virginia.
The National Democrat which was
Go to the Model Drug Store for
Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Rubbers and Tops.
FISHING TACKLE, LINES, REELS,. TIPS, GUIDES AND HORNS.
Physicians' Proscriptions carefully compounded day or night, and
orders answered with care and dispatch.
W. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
STOVES, TINWARE and HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
TIN, SHEET IRON and COPPER WARE.
I hnve now on hand a large stock of
,orn, irow waguua w, iu oo i-j t . h.fr.r . tar!flr ..w ,rin
effect ; and they will have to follow
him or nobody.
The joint Congressional Committee
to investigate violations of the Chi
nese imigration law left here for the
Pacinc Slope Saturday. Sessions are
Irish Potatoes, per
Wool, unwashed, 21to 23
" tub-washed, 28 to 33
to be held at Spokane Falls, Takoma,
Chickens, frying Seattle, fort Townsend, San Francis
j'j co Ij0S Angeles,nnd San Diego. The
committee expects to return auout
the last of December.
Secretary Winuom finds It more
difficult than he supposed to abrogate
or interfere with the privileges en
joyed by the Canadian railroads,
which cross sections of the United
States. When Mr. Bayard was Sec
retary of State he decided that these
privileges were protected by a sec
tion in a treaty between England
and the United States.
Senator Spooner seems to have the
inside in the race for the vacancy
upon the bench of the Supreme
Washington, Nov. 17, is)0.
Mr. Harrison has shut his eyes to the
results of the recent elections, and
made up his mind to urge in his an
nual message to Congress the passage
by the Senate of the Force bill and
by the House of the notorious ship
subsidy bills. In short, he has, in
spite of the protests of some of the
most far-seeing members of his par
ty, including Mr. Blaine, determined
to oast ins lot with the radical wing
of the republican party. That how
ever does not moan that the Force
bill will bo passed. All indications
are against its passage, as it is certain
that more republican Senators would
now vote again-1 it than would have
done so at the- la-t session of Con
icss had it thon reached a vote.
The Indians at Pine Ridge Agency,
S. D., are on the war path, and a
large number of I. S. troops are con
centrating upon the scone.
will cure you.
established in V ashington one year
ago by Edmund Hudson, with the
indorsement of many of the great
leaders of the party, has entered upon
its second year with a circulation of
10,000 copies each week. This is per
haps the largest circulation ever at
tained by a weekly newspaper during
the first year of its existence. The
National Democrat occupies a field of
its own, and one that too long re
mained unfilled. It gives a complete
record of political information, in
cluding the most important speeches
that are delivered by Democratic
leaders in Congress and onthestump.
It is rendering the party an import
ant service, and should be read by all
who wish to keep fully informed in
regard to public affairs and who
mean to defeat the wicked scheme of
the Republican leaders to secure per
manent control of the Government,
in spite of the fact that they are, and
must remain, the minority part in
"A Merry Christmas!" is the cherry
greeting shining from every page of
that ideal monthly, Demorest's Fain
ily Magazine, the December number
of which a genuine holiday number
is just at hand. What one will not
know about preparing for Christmas,
about trimming the tree and suitable
gifts and good cheer and how to
heartily enjoy the merry fChristmas
tide, after reading this charming
Magazine, is not worth knowin
"Lighting the Way for Santa Claus"
is the very appropriate introductory
water color, the rich humor of which
will be highly appreciated by the lit
tle one, and "children of a larger
growth" as well; and the page en
graving that fo!lows,"Raphael Paint
ing the Virgin and Child," is from a
noted painting, and will be appreci
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The Christmas edition of tho Cos
mopolitan Magazine is one hundred
thousand copies. The order, as orig'
inally given to the printers, was for
85,000 copies, but while on the preas
it was thought advisable to increase
the number to 100,000. It contains a
feature never before attempted by
any magazine, consisting of 123 car
toons from the brush of Dan Beard,
the now famous artist, who did such
wonderful illustrations in Mark
Twain's boofc, "The Yankee at the
Court of King Arthur." These car
toons are placed at the bottom of
each page of the magazine, and
take for their subject, "Christ
mas during the Eighteen Cen
turies of the Christian Era," with
variations,showing the way in which
we modern christians carry out some
of the chief texts of the Christian
Gospel. Above, and at each side of
the page is a quaint border,the whole
effect being novel and ex-tremely
pleasing, and with the unusually
varied table of contents, will make
such a Christmas number as is wor
thy to go into more than H)0,MW
households. The Christmas, issue
contains -s illu-trations, nearly
double the number that have over
appeared in any ' illustrated magazine.
which I will sell cheup for Cash, or
Exckge for Corn o; E::f Cattle.
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.
Special Attention Given to Guttering, Hoofing, Repairs.
East Main Street, - - - McMINNNVILLE, TENN.
W. H. MOORE, M.D.
Viola, Tenn ,
Keeps on hniiJ a full stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
PAINTS, OILS, EXTRACTS, DYE STUFFS,
AND DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
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 nny other
wagon offered to the trade.
Our Wood work is thoroughly saturated iu 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 varuish.
Our spokes are driven by machinery in hot glue.
Our tire-furnace gives uniform heat, and our tire cooler uniform shrinkage, which sc.
cures uniform dish in all wheels.
Our timber is all AIR DRY and thoroughly seasoned. The axles are made of best
hickory: the tongues, bolsters, hounds, and spokes of best white oak : the hubs of Npw
York black birch, "the best in the world," and our beds of clear 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 (o the spokes,
making the spokes as firm as if they grew there.
The bolsters are plated their entire length, and the king bolts are countersunk, which
prevents them from wearing the bottom of the beds.
Our I50X 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 bands on wheels.
We buy them by the car load nd sell them for Small Profit.
MORPOED & BILES.
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
Dress Goods, Shoes, Notions, &c.
"Our New Fall Stock is now open and ready for the
trade, and is complete in every particular. Wc have
an unusually iarge and varied line of Dress Goods, in the
atest fabrics and most fashionable shades. A full stock
of Zeiglcrs's Shoes, and other popular makes for men,
women and children. Everything in Staple and Taney
Dry Goods, Notions, Ready-made Clothing, Furnishing
Goods for ladies and gents, Hats, etc.
OUR GROCERY ROOM
Is now in charge of MR. WATSON CANTRELL
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 Familv Groceries at
all times. Country Produce bought ami sold.
W. C. & B. F. WOMACK,
opixxit" Wiiricn II..H-4 MtM INN VILLI'., TI'.NN.