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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE-
MAY 2, 189i
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A PETIFECT HARNESG DHESCING.
t-V'D LIES. WOMFN and CIItl.PHEr:.
A CHINE LASTS A WEEK.
: LEATHCn PRESERVER.
A Hancsome polish.
EVERY Household FVERY Office
EVERY Mechanic FVERY Stable
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Will Stiin Olo 4 New ruax.TURa
WILL iTtK Ok... NO CHINWftHK
Will Stain T.nwrc
Will Itain vour Old arit
V.'tLL TAIW DAIVlCaicy
WOLFF & PANDOLPH. PhlladolpbU.
k in Pl ug, fuitU ami iouurnuA:i.. Slum
"Fruits and Fruit Trees"
is an ahly written boook and gives
trusty Information for all who prow
fruit of any sort or kind. Stark Hros
Nurseries, Louisiana, Mo., will send
it free to ull interested. Orange Judd
cured at home with
out pain. Book of par
ticular! sent FRICE.
Aliauut.U. (juice Myt Whitehall Br.
FltlE SHOW GASES.
49Ask for caUIosue.
TERRY M'F'Q CO.. Nashville. Tenh.
THIS preparation, with-
'ewt Freckles- fiver-Moles.
Pimples, Blaek-Ileads, Sunburn
and Tan. A few applications will ren
ler the most stubbornly red skin soft,
Bmooth and white. Viola Cream is
not a paint or powder to cover defects,
but a remedy to care. It is Bupcrior to
all ether preparations, and is guaranteed
iu ivoBiinBiuciiuu. ai urugjnBis or mail
ed for 50 cents, rrepared by
Toledo. Ohio. C. C. BITTXEB CO.
Tin: OLD RELIABLE.
Litre Rock &
ARKAKSAS, TEXAS alii CALIFORNIA
Shortest, Quickest and Best Koute
TO AND FKOM ALL I'OINTS IN
Arkansas, Texas and California,
I'arlor Coaches, rullinaii Reclining
Chair and Buffet Sleeping Cars. Run-
Memphis and Tezarfcana, via Brink'
ley and Cotton Belt Route.
nOl BLi: DAILY TRAIN'S between LIT
TLE ROCK and MEMPHIS, making close
connection at Memphis with daily line of
To New York
Via LOUISVILLE and CINCINNATI, and
with Through Pullman Sleepers to
WASHINGTON AND HEW YORK,
Via CHATTANOOGA and BRISTOL.
Woodruff a Pullman Buffet Sleeping
Cars on nil night trains between Mem
phis nd Little Rock.
SHORTEST AND- QUICKEST ROUTE
from all South-eastern points to the cete'
, f A 1
rillgS OX Ar&UlS&Si
The World's Croat Sanitarium.
l iXeuision Tickets on Sale the Year
Fur l'urllier information address,
( HAS. A. JOSEPH, Trav., Fgt. & Pas. Agt.,
(Jen. Freight and Ticket Agent,
Little Rock, Ark.
TERRY M'F'G CO.,nashville,tenv.
yon wait Preston's
Vt5rrzr 1;JI '
THE EAGLE SCREAMS.
I am the American Eagle,
And my wings flap together
Likewise, I roost high,
And I eat bananas raw.
Rome may oil on her
Seven hills timl howl,
Rut sin caiinot
Sit on Mel
Will she pbiase put that
In her organ ami grind it?
I am mostly n bird of peace,
And I was bom without teeth,
But I've got talons
That reach from the storm
Beaten coasts of the Atlantic
To the golden shores of the
And I use the Rocky Mountains
As whetstones to sharpen them on.
I never cackle till I
Lm mi et'K ;
And I point with pride
To the egg I've laid
In the last hundred years or so.
I'm gam from
The point of my beak
To the star-spangled tip
Of my tail feathers.
And when I begin
To scratch gravel,
Mind your eyes!
I'm the Cock of the Walk,
And the Ilenbird of the
Goddess of Ljberty,
The only gallinaceous
E pluribus unum '
I'm an Eagle from Eagleville,
With a scream on me that makes
Thunder sound like
On a still morning,
And my present address is
U. S. A.
New York Sun.
Sanitary Qualities of Watercress and
The watercress is a plant containing
very sanitary qualities. A curious
characteristic of it is that, if grown in
a ferruginous stream, it absorbs into
itself five times the amount of iron
that any other plant does. For all
anteuiic constitutions it is, therefore,
specially ot value. But it also con
tains proportions of garlic and sul-
phur, of iodine and phosphates,nnd is
a blood purifier, while abroad it is
thought a most wholesome condi
ment with meat, roa-t or grilled. The
cultivated plant is rather more easy
of digestion than the wild one.
Botanically the onion belongs to the
lily family. The odor of the vegeta
ble, which is what makes it so un
pleasant, is due to a volatile oil,
which is the same as that in garlic,
though in the onion it is milder and
naturally does not last so long. There
are, besides, easy ways or removing
at once all unpleasantness from the
breath. A little parsley or a few
grains of coffee, or even a swallow or
two of milk, if taken after eating,
proves an effective remedy. Moiled
onions are tht least objectionable in
regard to odor, and are as easily di
Rested as any. The oil in the onion
passes off in the water in which the
vegetables are boiled, and if the ket
tie be closely covered and the water
changed after they have boiled five
minutes, and then again ten minutes
later, there will be no odor through
the house, and the onions will be
white instead of grny,as they so often
are. besides being rich in nesn-
forming elements, raw onions are es
penally good in breaking up a heavy
cold, they are also stimulating to fa
tigued persons and are otherwise ben
Everybody has a pet. Some have
dogs, and some cats and some catarrh
The latter can he easily cured with
Old Saul's Catarrh Cure.
Gold and Silver,
The renewal of gold exports of con
siderable amount ought to direct pub-
lie attention again, says the New
York Evening Post, to the law winch
requires the Government to buy
4,5uO,OU0 ounces of silver per month
1111a prouut'i ui Yiiit-'iiLiiu inuusiry is
peculiarly well fitted for export. The
mus i 1 r 4 .
uemanu lor u is as sieauy ns ever,uui
the Government steps in iust as it
reaches the seaboard and takes tin
whole, or nearly the whole, output of
the mines, pays gold for it, and then
locks it up. Then the exporters, who
were about to send the silver abroad
to pay our debts with, send the gob
instead. This is the diagnosis of the
present exportation of gold. We may
expect this pull on our gold to eon
tinue until prices of other exportable
commodities are lowered so that for
eigners will take our goods rather
than our money.
1)1!. ACKER'S ENGLISH PILLS.
Are active, effective and pure. For
sick headache, disordered stomach
loss of appetite, bad complexion and
biliousness, they have never been
equaled, either in America or abroad.
l or sale by . II. 1 leming. 1.
CHOICE COOKING RECIPES.
Chopped Ca nn.G k. Soak in salt
ed water to make crisp.chop fine, and
season with salt and pepper. For the
s dad take the yoke of two eggs, one
cup of vinegar, one teaspoonful of
mustard, two teaspoons each of but
ter, sugar, and cream; mix well and
boil, pouring hot over the cabbage.
Add the cream to the drnssing last, so
it will not curdle.
Ov kn-Coo k ed Chicken. PI n ce
whole in a bean-pot or granite kettle
with a cover, in the oven, keeping
it supplied with water. Just before
it is done, add salt and seasoning.
Thicken the gravy, as usual. All the
flavor is kept in the chicken, as none
escapes in the steam. It is an old
Skillkt-Bkoi led Steak. Some
times one has no good coals for broil
ing, and this way is a substitute:
Have porter-house or sirloin cut
thick; heat the spider burning hot,
put the steak in, let sear, and turn.
Keep turning until done as you wish,
remove to a hot dish, season with
salt, pepper, and butter. Place in
the oven a moment. It will be rich,
Fricasseed Onions. Onions should
always be eaten on stormy days when
there is little likelihood of company.
When carefully fricasseed, they are
not only palatable, but beneficial as a
nervine. Peel two or three dozen
(according to the size of the family)
of small white 'onions, and - sprinkle
with salt. Let stand for halt an hour
then slightly dry them on a cloth.
Dredge with flour, and throw into a
saucepan containing two ounces of
fresh melted butter. Toss over a gen
tle fire for live minutes; drain oil the
fat, and add a pint of rich milk, also
white pepper, salt, butter, and minced
emon peel. Simmer for ten min
utes and serve in the sauce.
Pkcne Wini'. Soak one-half
pound prunes over night. In the
morning stew until very soft. Sweet
en while stewing, then mash to a
paste, after removing the stones.
Take whites of six eggs, beat very
light and stiff, sweeten a little, then
beat thoroughly the eggs and prunes.
Bake fifteen minutes in a slow oven
until a delicate brown. Serve cold
with whipped cream or n thin cus
tard made with yolks of eggs.
Headache and Neuralgia like a
dream fades away under the magic
influence of Megrimine. Free sam
ple on application. The Dr. White
hall Megrimine Co., South Bend,
Ind. Sold by W. II. Fleming, Mc
The North Star, published at Sitka,
Alaska, says: "We have spoken of
the great abundance of fish in Alas
kan waters. A fortnight ago a thous
and barrels of herring were caught
in the bay here at one haul. We did
not see the interesting sight, but we
understand that the net, in length a
great many fathoms, was drawn by
steam, and the herring dumped into
largo scow. Tho morning after
Christmas two of oar boys went out
to fish, and in two hours returned
with two bushels of herring, caught
in a very primitive way."
One hundred and fifty (150) worm
irom two doses of Dr. Fenner's Pieass
ant Worm Syrup. See his circular.
Money refunded if satisfaction not
given. For sale by J. D. Tate & Co
A noted Sunday School worker liv
ing in Kansas was once asked to talk
to the children of a Sunday School on
the subject of temperance. He is
very earnest in the cause, nud wears
a bit of blue ribbon as a badge of his
principles, llising before the school,
he pointed to his bit of blue ribbon
and said: "Now can any of you chil
dren give me a reason why I am not
a drunkard?" There was no response
for a moment. Then a childish voice
in the rear of the room piped out:
"Cause this is a prohibition town."
A live Insurance or Ileal Estate
Agent in this place to organize a
brunch for The People's Building,
Loan and Saving Association of Ge
neva, N. Y. Loans filled promptly.
A liberal contract will be written.
Address early with references, E. A.
Walton, Geneva, N. Y.
"There is a nice thing about hav
ing two babies in the house," said
"What is that'."'
"They each cry so loud you can't
hear the other." Chatter.
If fails, money refunded; Preston's
roil nvsi'i- i'sia
I'sr Ilrown'it Iron Bitters.
rhvsicians recommend it.
All dealers keep it. J1.00 per 1 tot tie. Genuine
has trademark and crossed red lines on wrapper.
"WHEIT XIST ISTASHVILI
Do Nor Fail to Visit the Mammoth
of FRANK GIVENS, 228 N. COLLEGE St,
Where yon will ei displayed the handsomest stock of Bedroom Suits, Parlor Sets Ward
rnl.es, Side lioiiplh, Mat Racks, Chiffoniers, Hook Cases, Desks, Folding Beds' Sofa
Lounges, Extension Tables, a fid every article kept in a first class Furniture House
at prices lower than can he found elsewhere, and every article warranted to '
l.e just as represented. Special Mueeiuents offered to merchants
Mil. A. M. ST. JOHN has permanently connected himself with us and will
he glad to see nil his friends and will lake great pleasure in waiting' on them
ami showing them that he can make it to their inserest to see our goods and
get our peices. All mail orders will receive the mostproniptnnd careful attention.
No. 228 N. College St., - Nashville, Tenn.
ar 4 jsr
. L. DOUGLAS
J O II 1 and othr special
3J 3 f lJ i" ties for Gentlemen,
T W I w Ladlet.eto., are war
ranted, and so stamped on bottom. Addrens
W. L. DOUGLAS, JJrockton, Mass. bold by
FOR SALE BY
J.C M. ROSS & SON.
t ftOOA.OO & jtr li betnir mad by John R
Ooodwin,Troy,N.V.,t work for m. Hdr,
you mr n"t makt much, but wt emu
tweh you quickly how to aw from tt to
9 iu nay at tnt aian, ana norm a you f o
on. nun. ariea, an in any pan or
Amf rica, you can comment at bona, bHt
ina; all vour tlma.or apart nomaata only to
tha work. All U now. Gnat pay Bill for
rery worker. VV'a atari von, furattblnf
arerrthlnr. F. A SILT, SPEEDILY learned.
l'AKTICULAKS KHFK. Addroea al once.
Hi IN BON 10., roHTLaSD, aUIMU
0 Q fS'chYiy'i
Alt! T nndrrtaW to MflT
iy iitirly tntpllifrnt p riii ui ntlirr
o run read and write, and bo.
Hflrr lnitrurtlon,wlll work tnduttrinuily,
how to earn Tbre-a ThitaMtut lulltr a
Year in thrirwn KcaUiie,wlirfyvrr they Iteo.I will alto furnith
the fhua'-Uia orriiidoynirnt,at uiitrh yni ran rnrn that amount.
Ku money fur m'unlvM aurrt-Mful atxive. Kacily unit quickly
learned. 1 denrv but one worker from eat-ti dinrlct tr cuuuty. 1
have already nuflit and provided with aniploynirnt a lirr
number, tvli-- are making over f 3iO0 a veacearli. It a F.W
and MOI.I it. Kul I partlrulan Fit i,F. Addrt-ai onca.
K. l ALI.K.V, liux 4ttO, Autfiintu, Alulae.
r"-v ' y?NM w
U tib Vis
Direct to customers from
headquarters, at wliole
ealo price. All goods
pnuraiiteed. No money
asked until instruments
are received and fully
tested. Write us before
jiin-ehaslne. An invest
uieiit of 2 cts.may save you many dullard. Addrest
And have yon found no relief?
Wliy not try The Old Norte?
She baa mad permanent cure,
when erervthinK elite haa failed.
..Send 2c. stamp for her valuable.
InxiR of recipea and formula. It may aave your lifo.
Addrera J. 11 Green, No. 203'J Germantovn
Avenue, rtilladelphia, Pa.
H OrilTO make 100 per cent net on my
li hrN I t 'orscts, Helta. Brushes. Curler
11 w it Medicines. Samiiles free.
It Write no
Write now. l)r.Hridiiian,371 B'wny N.Y.
En p"NE88 & HEAD RQISCS eORESby
Ahm l'eeaa INVISIBLE TUBULAR EAR
r-a B CUSHIONS. Whispen heard. Com-
forUblt. hartftfolwliw.lia.-.HlMf.U. H.ldkj r. HWOI,
aalf. M brdi.lT. R.w I wa. TrlU f.r twk t rrnb tHU.
BOILING WATER OR MILK
GRATZ "UL-CO M70RTI NG.
LABELLED 1-2 LB. TINS ONLY.
Cleaiurt and twantinei the Ij.
Promote! a luxuriant (Crowth.
Never Fail, to Bestore Gray
Hair to it. Youthrul Tolor.
Curt tealp disensei k hair lulliiit
Ole.tnd I.IM)at Dni'jfiit.
1 tc Parker's OiriRcr Tonic. It euren ilia witr.t Cnupti,
era, iMuyn, ufiiimy. innigvsuon, ram, xaae iniime.wcu.
HINQERCORNS. The onlTure cure for Coma
gtopi all pain. lie. at tlruggiita, or UltiCUX k CO., N. Y.
AND EXPENSES PAID.
We want a few more good men to sell our
nursery proilueis. To eneriretie and reliable
men we will guarantee libcrnl wsigcs
and rinaii(iit omploj miit. I're
vious experience not required. Terms and
outfit free. Address static ace and enclos
iuK8tain, NlvECN, l3i:MCY A CO.,
Nenevit iirserit4, (rnvTii, X.Y.
RAISED FLOWERS, GRASSES, K
On Visiting Cards-with a knife.
Are von acquainted with this beautiful
and fnseinatinc art? Yon should learn it
and become the most popular person In
your locality. It is the most beautiful, fasci
naiini; and inspiring work ever produced
I'ntil June 1st I will teach it for SI.OO.
There is a secret rbout it which you can
learn uy reading tlic instructions once.
Sample 20e. Cards .S'2.01) per dozen. Send
money i.nly by I. O. Money Order, Express
Order, Kegistered Letter, or Draft mi Chica
go. Address jdaiuly,
. 15 C.tKIt, ( It ox ."(, UuUiia, 111
1 1 nm w on file In Phllarlprit
ilf rn 'it Iho newapuper Adver
Ha W. AI fcK Sulfa uurautuorueU uttul
DJ . & Mr m
WE S T
MISISSI PPIj ARKANSAS
. TAKE THE
CALL ON NEAREST TICKET
AGENT, Or Address
V7. W. KNOX, Ticket Agent, or
W L. DANLEY, O. P, & T. Ag't,
. CRSON. Afient.McMinnville.Tenn
Best News and Mosi
Is made up of the
Cream of the New
printed in the Dai
ly Edition, and al
Best M-trket Report:
Best State News.
Best Fashion Chat.
Best Local News.
Best Market Report
Best Political News
Best Turf News.
Best Short Stories
Best Crop News.
Best Thcttric'l New
Best Matter for La
dies and Children
Best Labor News.
Best Fashion News
Best Society News.
Best News iu the
Slate, Nation ani
Best Features of al
LEADING TENNESSEE JOURNAL.
Soundly Democratic Under All
It A TLX OF fi IJSCHIITION:
Daily Edition. v $10.00 per year
Weekly 1.00 per year
The NasiiviLlr Wekki.y Bannkr is one
of the best newspapers published. It gives
the news with the utmost impartiality, and
does not color it for partisan effect. Thk
Ban.nkk is a hold, frank, independent pub
lic journal, wlvch endeavors always to ad
vocate the right nnd condemn the wronj;.
It is theaehauipiou of reform and the stout
defender of principle, yet according to oth
ers the liberty of views it claims for itself.
Thk Weekly IJannkr is an eight page,
fifty six column paper, containing all the
news of the week, with much editorial and
miscellaneous reading. It is a Kcruulpoualy
clean paper which can be admitted readily
to the home circle.
Daily Banmi; l year, $.i.o); a mouths,
$.'.60; 'i months, $t.K0; 1 month, ,r0
Wekki.y Banner 1 year, f t.OO; 0 months,
."iO cents; '.I months, 2f cents.
The Standaki) and The Weekly Ban
KEK will be rent one year to nny address
'ran bt enrned at otir NKW linaofwerk.
eiiiier aei, youti: or old, and In tbeif
own loralitie,vthereAer they live. Any
one i an do ibr notk. l.iv to It'trti.
Wo turniah ererythinv. We atari yon. No rink. You ran devota
your i:ire niomeuU, or all your time to the work. 1 hit ! in
entirely new leail,nud hrinirt wonderful aureeaa to every worker.
B-ffinttem are ennnnjr from iSi to 50 per week and upwards,
and inri a Or a little est-erience. We ran furnish you the em
l.lnrmrnt and teer h von r NKK. No epre to eiplain here, frnll
infjiuiatn tHkk. 1RI K A t 0. AltlbTA, aUlNK.