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SOUTHERN STANDARD- M-
SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1891.
Many peculiar points niako Ilood's Sar
Mparllla superior to all other medicines.
Tocullar In combination, proportion.
and preparation of Ingredients,
Ilood's Sarsaparilla possesses
tlio full curatlvo valuo of tho
best known remedies
tho vegetable king
Peculiar In its
BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIATION.
Permanent Organization Effected at
Nashville Last Monday.
whioh can truly
One Hundred Doses
Dollar." Medicines In
require larger doses, and do not
produce as good results ah Hood's.
Peculiar in its medicinal merits.
Ilood's Barsaparllla accomplishes cures hith
erto unknown, and has won for itself
the title of " The greatest blood
punner ever discovered." f q
rccunarin lis "gooa name iCat
home," there is now jr Vvnoro
of Ilood's Sarsaparilla yrsold in
Lowell, where Xlt is made,
than of all pother blood
purlficrs. AVpcculiar in its
phenome- S Wnal record of sales
abroad.r A.no other preparation
has fS S ever Attained such oorm-
) I . f nl.n A UlYlA
lUIlljr ill fill BUUlli a iimi;,
.1 I .....1 ln nnnliVipitn
J3 S ind confidence among all classes
of pcoplo so steadfastly.
Do not be induced to buy other preparations,
but bo sure-io get tho Peculiar Medicine,
SoldbyalldruggUU. fl ; tlx for J 5. Prepared only
by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mas.
100 Doses One Dollar
McMINMLE PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrected weekly by Mead & Ritchey.
Office Southern Standard,
McMinnville. May 8 1891.
Wheat, $ bushel 11.00 $1.10
Corn; bushel to 80
Flour, $ barrel $4.50 to $5.50
Meal, $ bushel 80 to 90
Oats, " 30
Eggs, $ dozen 7 to 8
Butter, lb , 8 to 10
Hens, $ tb 5
.Spring Chickens lOto 13
In pursuance of the call issued some
weeks ago, about two hundred busi
ness men, representing nil the cities
ami larger towns of the State, met at
Nashville last Monday and organized
a State business Men's Association.
The delegates were received and en
tertained in the most genial and hos
pitable manner by tho Nashville
Commercial Club, at their elegant
rooms on Church Street. The busi
ness meetings were held in the 'lull I
of the Y. M. C. A. building, with a
mass meeting at Watkins Institute
on Monday night,, in which short
speeches were made by prominent
men from all sections of the State.
The following constitution and by
laws wer adopted :
"This Association shall be known
as the Tennessee Business Men's As
sociation. 'The objects of this Association
shall bo: To promote the welfare
of the commercial, manufacturing,
industrial and agricultural inter
ests of Tennessee to assist In the
development of the resources of the
State by the attraction of capital from
other sections of this country and
Europe for investment ; by bringing
to the attention of the world a knowl
edge of their extent and value; and
by encouraging every home institu
tion based on the utilization of these
resources of whatever kind or descrip
tion. To afford an organization
whereby the great body of pro
gressive citizens, ot evgry pursuit
and profession, may express their
desires on questions affecting the
progress or prosperity of the State,
but at all times to keep out of the
domain of party politics. To im
press upon trie people the lact that
what benefits one interest will bene
fit all, and what injures one must
all. To endeavor to bind
Ducks w. 5
Turkeys, $ lb 6 damage
Beeswax ft '. t0 21 together all elements of citizenship in
Feathers, tt 35 to 38 the patriotic and practical purpose to
11 ia v.
AUUUW, I" d2
Green Hides, $ lb 2 to 3
Wool, unwashed, tt 20 to 23
tub washed 30 to 35 affairs
Stock Peas, TTbushel $1.10 mm,s
White Beans, 13 bushel 1 25
Dried Apples,1 lbs 7
Peelings and cores 1
" Peaches, '.
" Blackberries, to 7
Green Apples, per bushel 65 to 75
NASHVILLE MARKET REPORT.
Corrected from the Nashville American
every Thursday evening.
Wheat, from wagons, $l.08$1.10
Corn 7 to 80
Oats' 63 to 65
Hay, prime timothy, per ton. .$16. CO to $20
Dried Apples 7 to 8
Dried Peaches, halves '
Dried Blackberries 7 to 7!
Ginseng, dry . to $2.75
Butter 8 16
Eggs to, 9
Irish Potatoes, seed, per bbl $2 00
Wool, unwashed, 21to22
" tub-washed 27 to32
FLOUR I FEED MILLS,
Hanlan, Warrea County, kn.
J. W. Johnson,
These mills are fitted up with the latest
improved Holler Process Machinery, and
are prepared to do the very best class of
merchant and custom work. Mr. J. W.
Johnson, the miller, has had long experi
ence. I have recently built a large addi-
. tion to the mill fur storing grain, and will
take all wheat offered at the Highest Cash
Price. Cu-t'm solicited and fullest satis
SYLVESTER BROWER, Prop'r.
In Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn.
Trustees of Carroll Academy, ctals.,
Trustees of Hen Lomond College, et als.
N this cause, it appearing to the satisfac
tion of the Clerk and Master from Com
plainant's bill, which is sworn to, that the
Defendants, J. W. Johnson, J. J. VVomack
J. L. Garuett and the unknown heirs of W.
iiiitton, dee'd, whose names and residences
:ire unknown, the bill being tiled to divest
title to Re 11 Lomond College lot in McMinn
ville, Tenn., formerly owned by V. Rritton,
and vest it in Trustees of Carroll Academy,
are non-residents of the State of Tennessee,
so that the ordinary prowess of law ennnot
he served on them. It is therefore ordered
that publication be made for four consec.u
live weeks in the Southern fctamlard, re
quiring siiid Defendants to appear before
the Chancery Court to be held at the Court
house in McMinnville on the 4th Monday in
Mav next, there anil th"n to plead, answer
or demur to Complainants bill or same will
be tiiken for confessed as to them and cause
vt for hearing ex parte. This Apr. 27, 18'.1.
J. C. BILES, C. & M.
AND EXPENSES PAID.
We want a few more good men to s-U our
nursery produeis. To euereetie and reliable
men we will guarantee liberal WlliSS
and permanent employment. Pre
vious experience not required. Terms and
tut tit free. Address stating si!e and enclos
ing stamp, NKIKM. IIKMtY A .,
Menrra Nurseries, rneva, ..V.
harmoniously and steadfastly ltthor
for the advancement of the material
of their common State. To
encourage worthy immigration from
any portion of the United Statew, but
only honest and industrious foreign
ers under proper restrictive legisla
tion. To cultivate friendly relations
between capital and labor.
'The officers ol this association
shall consist of the following to be
chosen at each annual meeting, and
to serve until tncir successors are
elected and qualified : A President
and one Vice President fruin each
grand division of the State, who shall
be designated First, Second and
Third Vice Presidents in the ?rder of
their election. Secretary and Treas
"It shall be the duty of the Pres
ident t o . preside at all meet
ings 01 the. association ana ses
sions of the Executive Committee,
and at the close of his term he shall
submit to the association a report of
the work of the past year, discussing
such matters relative to the associa
tion as he may deem advisable.
"In case of the death or resignation
of the President, absence or refusal
to act, the Vice Presidents in their
respective order shall perform the
functions of the office.
"The Treasurer shallcollect all fees,
dues and assessments, and disburse
the same upon the order of the Pres
ident and Secretary.
"The Secretary shall keep accurate
minutes of all meetings of the asso
ciation and of the Executive Com
mitttee. He shall perform such oth
er duties as are incident to the posi
tion of Secretary, and submit an an
nual report of the work done by the
association for the preceding year.
"The following standing commit
tees shall be appointed by the Exec
utive Committee at each annual
meeting, and sliail consist ol nine
members each, three from each grand
division of the State : Committee on
Commerce, Manufactures, Agricul
ture, Press, Labor, Public Policy, In
ternal Improvements, Mining, Re
sources, Taxation, Statistics, Finance
For want of space we omit the
sections defining the duties of the
"There shall be an Executive Com
mittee, composed of eleven mem
bers, two of whom shall be tho Presi
dent and the Secretary, nine to be
elected by the convention annually
front each grand division of the
state, and live snail consume a
quorum. They shall have general
control and supervision of the associa
tion not otherwise specifically pro
vided foi, and shall fill all vacancies
elation hall be hMd on the second
Wednesday in May of em-h year nt
Nashville. Culled meetings of the
aocintion shall lie held upon the
written call of th majority of the
ogaui.!ttiorm Hint nre members of
thN anuria I ion, r on cull of the ex
"This association shall be com
posed of commercial clubs, boards of
trade, merchants' exchanges, cham
bers of commerce, and all business
organizations which nre or may be
come members of this association.
Every such organization may be
come a member upon nnulieiition to
the Secretary and aying the mem
bership fee and annual dues as here
The membership fee and annual
dues shall be as follows: For each
organization $10 as a membership
fee. Tho annual dues shall be 25
cents per capita on each member
of the several organizations Consti
tuting the membership of this or
ganization. The membership fee
shall be paid within thirty days after
application for membership, and the
annual dues on or before April 1 each
year. No association or organization
shall have representation at any
meeting which is in default of mem
bership fees or annual dues. .
At all meetings of this association
each organization shall be entitled to
one delegate for every twenty-five
members and fraction thereof over
ten, up to 200,nnd over that number,
one delegate- for every 200 members
or fraction thereof over fifty. Every
organization shall be entitled to nt
least one delegate. .
Proxies may be allowed between
the delegates of each organization.
but no organization can be represent
ed by anyone except a member of it.
"Amendments to this constitution
and oy iaws may oe made at anv
annual meeting by a two third vote
of the dele ates present."
it i r t r 1 . e t .
11011. u. xi. iuerrnweiner 01 jafKi
son, was elected 1'restnent, and Mr.
Geo. II. Armistead of Nashville. Sec
retary. Vice Presidents, one from
each grand division ol the htate ac
cording to the constitution, were cho-
sen as follows: First Vice President, F.
P. Gracey, of Clarksville; Second
Vice President, Robert Gates, of
Memphis; Third Vice President, J
B. Merriam, of Chattanooga. The
executive committee was selected as
follows: East Tennessee, Tomlinson
Fort, Chattanooga ; L. M. Ross,
MOEPOBD 6z BILES,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS IX
AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
Agents for the lluckeye Mower, Star Thresher, Empire tun! Keotueky (!r:iin Prills,
tiiiiil Cane Mills, Tennessee Wagons, mid Spring Whjioiis.
A large stock of Stoves, Plowv, Iron, Pai ins, I'.iicon, Snar, Coffee, etc., nlway.4 on linnd u
MOIirOKP & BILES, oM stand. Wo liny with (,'nsh from first hands for email profit.
The Golden Harvest Stove is tlio Kcst Stove Made,
f 33 -A-ZLT K"Xd"DU
STOVES, TINWARE and HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
TIN, SHEET IRON and COPPER WARE.
I have now 1.11 linnd a large stoek of
Cooking and Heating Stoves,
whieh I will sell cheap for Cash, or
Estlnji fit In t; M tittle.
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
DRUGGIST i APOTHECARY,
Keeps on hand a full rtoek of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
PAINTS, OIL, EXTRACTS, DY ESTUFFS,
AND DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
Knoxville; Adam Howman, John
son City; juiuiiie it'nncssee, T. r
Bridges, Carthage ; J. 15. Richardson,
Nashville; J. L. l'arkes, Sr., Frank
lin ; West Tennessee, George Arnold,
Memphis; C. II. Farrell, Humholdt;
Lee Hill, Covington. Frank Good
man, of Nashville, was elected Treas
At Tuesday's session resolutions
were adopted, requesting the Gover
nor, in case an extra session of the
Legislature should be called, to in
clude in the call the matter of an ap
propriation for a Tennessee exhibit
at the World's Fair, and the removal
of the penitentiary.
Dey Goods g Geoceries,
CLOTHING, HATS, HOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
We carry a w ell selected line of General Merchandise, and sell
STRICTLY FOR CASH.
Tim we are enabled to giyc our customers the benefit of the
We will Dial. it to your interest to give us your trade. JOXEM IS II OS,
Jvast Main Street. McMINXNILLE. TENN.
rv m rr
We acknowledge receipt of the fol
lowing subscriptions to the Stand
ard during the month of April.
New subscribers marked thus
Herman Faulkner, Deeherd, Tenn ..
Sharon Roberts, Walling, Tenu
Mrs. E. Muzzy, I.ongwood, Flo ,..$1.0(1
C. J. C. McAfl'ee, Trenton, Texas 50
"Mrs. B. S. laiile, Heersheba, Tenu 1 00
A. M. St. John, Nashville, Tenn 1 50
V. P. Finger, Sawyer, Kans 1 00
Creed Taylor, Devenjiort, Tenn 25
Mrs. E. A. Mead, Seucca Falls, X. Y... 1 00
H. A. Moore, Cane Ridge, Tenu 1 00
J. J. Lowery, Temple, Texas 1 00
E. M. Lane, Leeds, Tenn 1 00
J. P. Clark, Horse Shoe Falls, Tenn... 25
Mrs. Betsy Long, Monteagle, Tenu.... 25
"Sylvester Brower, Hanlan, Teun 1 00
Mrs. E. B. Deakins, Dunlap.Teun 1 00
"Mrs. P. Moore. Caue Ridge, Tenn 25
Mrs. L. Deitz, Bogata, Texas 1 00
Mrs. M. Solomon, Irving College, Tenn 50
D. W. Parker, Blue Branch, Texas 50
Mrs. E. S. Biles, Thaxton.Tenn 1 00
G. W.Sturtevaut, Jr., Bushuell, 111... 25
J. K. Wallinc, Mertens, Texas 1 00
Mrs. Annie Shenaolt, Castntion
Springs, Teun 1 00
M. V. Grihble, Blevins. Texas I 00
II. Ebersteiu, Vervilla, Tenn 1 00
W. B. Cutnmiugs, Anderson, Tenn 1 00
B. F. Slmwver, McMinnville, Tenn 2 00
Mrs. Willis Xumielly, do do
John Beech, 00 do 1
S. Savage, do do
E. C. Gaffin, do do
L. D. Ilollamlsworth, do do
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Some of the Good Points of the New Dixio
It contains 600 pages more than Practical Housekeeping.
It contains n bill of fare for every meal of the vear, directions for everv article on iIicm-
bills of fare being given in recipes in this book.
It is lull ot practical and economical recipes.
It helps housekeepers who need to look after their expenditures.
It given directions in every department of housekeeping,
It tells how to give dinners and refreshments for receptions an 1 parties.
It make a dollar bring its full value in comforts and luxuries.
It tells everything worth knowing about washing and ironing
It tells h iw to buy economically and with good judgment in the market.
It makes war on waste in every department of the household.
It tells how to cat up and cure all kinds of meats. The recipe for brine for corm-d
beef is worth the price of the book.
It tells young husbands ho to carve game, poultry and meats.
It makes everything so plain that any girl old enough to undcrtnnO English can ook
It has a full department in regard to care of babies and children, with simple treatiiif nt
for simple ailments.
. It is illustrated on nearly every page, the illustrations helping to explain things otln r
wise hard to understand.
It contains many new things not in any other cook book.
Its article on dress and dress making is practical, and will save readeis ninny dollur.
Its medical department alone is worth the price of the hook.
It gives remedies and treatment for every disease whieh is snfe to treat wit.li home
remedies. Its medical department is safe to follow and is free from quackery.
It tells how to keep well and give a full chapter to health hints.
It contains a variety of ways for preparing every article of food In every day use,
Sold Only by Subscription.
Active Agents Wanted tessee
Address, R. M. REAMS, Manager
Tennessee General Agency,
A cyclone passed through western
Kentucky last Sunday night, doing
much damage at Taducah.
occuring, until the next election, ex
cept in the office of President.
"Thennnual meeting of thi
S. S. Clawson of Maury county, has
four hundred acres planted in Irish
vso- i potatoes this year.
FIRE AID LIFE
1 ii ii a i tj) 14.1
IHD U SkmMMM
R.M. REAMS, Agent, McMinnville.