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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCM INN VILLE. TENNESSEE-
M AY 30,1891
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A CHIME LA GTS A VJL.L 'A.
A hV.DCCME POLICM.
EVERY Household FVERY Office
EVERY Mechanic FVERY Stable
Will Stain Old a rvtw Fuhnitupc
Will Stain Clash and Chinawahc
Vill Ctii Tinware
Viill Stain tour Clci Cickcts
Vl ll Eta 1 n Ckbvt. coach
WCLX? PANECITH. Philadelphia.
ia 111 iiutf, i'-juU viui Jiuumfvrnitliiu.' atom.
ani other special,
tics for Gentlemen,
Lad lei. etc. are war
ranted, ana o stamped on nottum. Auurcss
W. L. DOUGLAS, Urocklon. Mass. Sold by
FOR SALE BY
J.C M. ROSS & SON,
FINE SHOW CASES.
SAslc for catalogue.
TERRY M'F'G CO., Nashville, Tenm.
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ut i?2Jl.iry removes
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Pimples, lilack-lleads, Sunburn snPy made of china silk, plain or fig
and Tan. A few applications will ren- uretli an(1 cord ani tassels to match,
ler the most stubbornly red Rkin Rnft
smooth and white, Viola Cream is
not a paint or powder to cover defects,
but a remedy to cure. It is Bunerior to
nil other preparations, and is guaranteed
to give satisfaction. Atdramnstsormail-
va icr ow cents. lTepared by
Ci. C. BITTXER A CO.
NESS k HUB MOISFS BOHfB hT
l'eck'a INV1S1ULK TUBUUI EAR
CUSHIOIS. Whispers beard. Com.
aalr. Hit Br'wj. lrk. Writ, for kk .1 imb Wli
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PackiKQ makes u piiUnnM. DuliciuuH, ttpRrkhn, and
nppnti.init. Sold l- all deiktin A beautiful Picture
Book and carcU font h'Hh'K to any one sending
Address to tue C. E. MIKES CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
BOILING WATER OR MILK
8 W P
LABELLED 1.2 LB. TINS ONLY.
Cleanitoi and beautifies the t&.
Promotes a luxuriant trowth-
Never Falls to Restore Gray!
r w jib lomaiui jior.
Cure, icalp diftpnflca ft hair UlUu.
I He Parker's Ginger Tonio. ll cutl-h the worm Couph,
Weak Lunu'". lieliility, indigestion, Pain, Take in time. AO eta.
HINDERCORRS.. The only ;mire enre for Comi.
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USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE.
Clean decanters with Btrips of
coarse, brown paper and cold water,
filling the decanter quite full with the
strips. Tea-leaves, potato-parings and
shot are also used, hut nothing gives the
polish of the brown paper. Ladies'
Iireakfast Gems. One egg, one pint
of milk, a little salt and flour to make
a stiff batter; you will need a hot fire,
and the gem pans must be very hot
when you put the batter in; put a small
piece of butter in each one before turn
ing in the batter. Household.
The scrubbing of floors should be
done with bath brick dust or sand and
ordinary household soap. The object
of the brick dust or sand is to whiten
the boards. After washing leave all
the doors and windows open for it to
dry very quickly, which also helps to
whiten the boards.
To prepare cocoanut cones whip
the whites of five eggs to a stiff froth,
adding gradually one pound of powder
ed sugar; then beat in one teaspoonful
powdered arrowroot and one-half pound
01 grated cocoanut. ISutter a sheet of
writing , paper and lay in the baking
pan; mold the cocoanut into small cones
and bake lu a moderate oven. N. Y.
Okra Soup. Take a small shin of
beef, and, after washing it very thor
oughly, put it on to boil in one gallon
of water; skim the water as it boils,
and add salt; let it boil about five
hours, then add one onion chopped, one
tablespoonful of chopped parsley, one
fourth of a peck of okra and one quart
can of tomatoes; allow all to boil to
gether an hour and a half longer; re
move the meat and serve. Boston Her
ald. The best time for changing the
linen of the patient is in the morning.
When able to bear a daily freshening
of the toilet, it should be done as near
ly as possible at the same hour. I5e-
for convalescence or strength will per
mit of daily toilet, a frequent sponging
of the face and hands with tepid water
to which has been added a little good
Cologne water, will be found very re
freshing, especially to a fever patient.
When & complete sponging is ordered,
if done just before the hour of sleeping,
it will be found much more refreshing
and will conduce to sleep.
Sponge Steak. Remove carefully
every particle of bone, fat and gristle,
also the "tough end" from four porter
house or two sirloin steaks; place in a
Btew-pan with just enough water to
cover them; let them simmer (not boil)
until they full to pieces when taken
from the pan; if the water cooks away
before the meat is done, add a little
more, but keep closely covered and see
that all the water is absorbed. When
cooked, remove from the fire, mince
very fine, add pepper, salt and catsup to
taste; press out all the juice, and work
in an unbeaten egg; with your hands,
form into cakes about four inches long
by three wide, and brown quickly in
hot butter, and lay on a bed of fresh,
green parsley. Good Housekeeping.
The newest sofa pillows are very
Cut a lame square piece of the silk.
large enough to make both sides of the
pillow, and fold the corners together in
i.n nnmm r,r,int ,', An
them. Instead of letting the edges of
t, c;iv v.. i-i.
the silk meet, separate them by a thicl
puffing of silk of a contrasting color, or
if figured silk is used, take a silk which
will harmonize with one of the figured
patterns, and after sewing the puff un
derneath the sections of the large
square, lace it back and forth with silk
cord. Of coupsc, the corners are brought
over the stuffed pillow, as it could not
be done afterward. . Y. Ledger.
INFORMATION FOR WOMEN.
Snmrestloim For Those M'ho Are Not
l'rtinllliir AVlth IluHlnoRH AflUirs.
lite otner aay a laay sent some
money in bank-bills in a letter to a
friend. She might have registered the
letter for ten cents, or she might have
got a postal order for the amount, or a
check, but she did none .of these things,
The letter did not come to hand, and
both parties were in a worry for some
days. Ten dollars is not a large
amount, but ten cents spent in insuring
its safe delivery would have saved wor
ry and waiting, and having ".searchers''
sent out by the postmaster, and sus-
picion on innocent parties. If any one
is foolish enough to send bills in un
registered lettors, they should be per
fectly new. Old bills are detected in let
ters by the peculiar odor they have ob
sorbed while passing from hand to hand
and being carried in pockets. Nothing is
more dirty or malodorous than old
When a deed is given or a mortgage
made, it should be at once recorded. A
young girl, a year or two ago, lent all
the patrimony she had, and received a
note for it secured by a mortgage. The
mortgager told Iter there was no hurry
in recording the mortgage, and she be
lieved him. In some mysterious way
iter mortgage paper was lost, and she
has no means of enforcing the collec
tion of her note, and may lose her little
all. The recording of the mortgage
promptly would have saved an expen
sive litigation and a great deal of worry-Contracts
should be reduced to writ
ing. A mere understanding as to what
certain payments for services rendered
are to be. ofter results in loss to the em
ploye. If the undcrstimdirg is reduced
to writing, unpleasant eomnli";iioTi:
may be avoided. Cliris'J-.m .Sivoeate.
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V lit'iX niTTKMS.
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-t liio genuine.
Why suffer? Preston's "Iled-Ake"
will cure you.
1USINESS AND 1NDVSTHIA1,.
Copper is to be smelted by electricity.
Montana has the largest copper mines.
Silesian linen weavers earn 13 cents a
In Germany 2,000,000 average $150 a
Alaska has exported $1,000,000 in pre
Portuguese wine growers are settling
Cattle will bo killed by electricity at
the great abattoirs.
Nearly 18,000,000 hogs were butchered
in the West last year.
Minneapolis tin, sheet, and cornice
workers want nine hours.
Two hundred trade journals are pub-
ished in New York city.
The cignrette trust is said to have made
03,000,01)0 since its formation.
Kansas City is promised ico at 5 cents
a hundred, as result of competition.
Two Wisconsin girls have gone to
France to learn the art of clieesemaking.
Kansas's output of coal last year was
C0,000,000 bushels, valued at $3,200,000.
The amount of ice under cover along
the Penobscot River is about 200,000 tons.
New York beer brewers want 10 hours,
010 to $18 a week, and weekly payments.
A citizen of East Portland, Ore., has
a lien which he claims has cleared $100
Scandinavian sailors are said to pre
dominate on vessels of nearly all nation
Philadelphia ship brokers are charter
ing vessels to load lumber at Puget Sound
Lowell held a parade and mass meet
ing to indorse the bill making a week's
work 54 hours.
Fifty-two pairs of shoes are turned out
every minute of the working day at
A large amount of English capital is
being invested in East Tennessee in iron
and coal lands.
The total product of barley in the
world is 825,000,000 bushels, of which
Europe produces 030,000,000.
In Pennsylvania the total drink bill is
not less than $85,000,000 a year ; $50,000,-
000 is paid by working men.
St. Louis is to become the financial
center of developing the rich lead and
zinc lands of northern Arkansas.
Samuel II. Rumph, of Fort Valley, Ga.,
is said to have an income of over $60,000
a year from his peach orchards.
The rug factory which has been in suc
cessful operation at Malaga several years
is to be moved to Carajlcn, N. J.
"A little more than $-10,000,000 of the 4i
per cent loan mature next September.
The Treasury Department is ready to
Reports to the Chattanooga Tradesman
indicate a steady growth in the establish
ment of new industries throughout the
South since the first of the year.
In 1860 the producers in the United
States owned 43 per cent of the wealth ;
in 1870, 30 per cent; in 1880, only 20 per
cent ; in 1890 don t mention it!
One foul germ conveyed into the
body by impure water, tainted food,
,or polluted air, may generate a pesti
lential swarm. The germs which
are responsible for typhoid and ma
Iarial fevers will not tind lodgement
in the system, if the stomach, liver,
and bowels are kept in a condition of
health by the use of Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla. Be sure to ask for Ayer's. It
is the best.
PERSONAL AXD PEUTIXKXT.
Mrs. Evaline Neal, who has turned up
in Pans with 43 husbands, seems to be
proceeding more or less with a view to
making a record.
The Southern man who is constructing
i steam walking machine says he will
walk it to the Worlds Fair. Perhaps he
will, and then again it may go in on the
r-anic flat.ear with the. flying machine
General Pacheco, Mexican minister of
public works, resigns his post to establish
an industrial colony at Motzorongo, where
ne will teach Mexican boys to raise sugar.
An American boy does not require any
special training in the business of raising
Sir John comes high, but the people of
Canada must have him. The debt of tin
Dominion is now $290,000,000, and tenor
a dozen millions are being added each
year. The population has ceased to grow
and taxation increases year by year. It
will probably not be long until Sir John
will be kissing his hand across the bordei
and begging to be annexed.
William Watts, of De Kalb, Tex., rose
from bed the other morning and said to
his wife, as Othello said to Desdemona
that if she knew of any crime of hers un
reconciled to heaven and grace it would
be a good scheme to solicit pardon for it
t once, as he intended to kill her as soon
is he had put on his shoes. Mrs. Watts
ts not a praying woman nor a meek one,
nnd not wishing to die just at that time
ho slid out of the other side of the bed.
wrought in an axe from the yard, and
while Mr. Watts was putting the finish
ing touches on his shoe laces knocked
out his brains with it. The modern Des
demona is certainly a very practical
OUR YKI1Y 111 ST PEOPLE
Confirm our statement when wo say
that Dr. Acker's Eugli-h Remedy is
in every way superior t any and all
other preparation-! for t!w Throat and
Lungs. In V. lif .i.'i g Cough and
Croup, it i
r'.tid relieves at
once. e filer oii n sample bottle
free. Ilrmember, this Remedy is
sold on a positive guarantee. For
-ale by W. ll. Fleming. 2
Our Local Fences.
Ntt-diviDe A iiiericiin.
Near TreiUnii, 'IVnn., it fanner is
following wluit hi xiippusi's to ln the
law (Icllning it lcv: l I'.-nec and eon
Htructcd a tliret' suic ffi,nurnr(Hng
My. lie notified hU neighbors whose
iis ran itt lnrg' I tint lie would eirw
pound all hogs li'iiml within his en-
Insure and hold their owners respon-
ihle for lnniHgt'. The fitrniers in
Gibson are very much worked up
about it, ind uredown on the law if
this progressive neighbor is right. In.
Tipton county it is different. The
teporter mid Faleon says: "The
view taken by this paper of the scope
of the fence law passed by the Legis
lature seems t meet with general
Approval throughout the State.
There seems to he in) doubt that the
Legislature lias given us a three-wire
fence law, and n large number of far
mers ire adopting it. Out of nil the
abuse being heaped upon the Legis-
ature, there are some in this county
who say amen to this mistake which
gave them a sensible fence law." It
claimed by some who say they
have taken the trouble to Investigate
the matter that there Hrt no less than
five different statues, defining as
many legal fences in this State.
A destructive agent, that, like fire, eon
inmei and annihilate! life.
Is there a single particle of blood poison
In your veins? Beware! Like the de
vouring flame, it increases in force and
leaves only destruction in its track.
Poison in the blood is due sometimes to
contagion. Sometimes it is inherited. It
ruins health, no matter from which source
it springs. It feeds in a horrible manner
on the flesh, and devastates every organ
of the body. Pitiable in the extreme
would be the condition of that man await
ing death from the effects of scrofula,
syphilis, deep-seated ulcers, rottening of
the bones, sloughing of the flesh, aching
joints, etc., were there no salvation for
him. But there is; for, although these
conditions continue to grow worse if neg
lected, he nevertheless can be saved to a
life of usefulness, and every trace of blood
poison can be eliminated from his system
end he be made sale from further suffer
ing, and his posterity insured against the
possibility of a fearful heritage, easily and
quickly, if he will only use that infallible
antidote for blood poison, Dr. John Bull's
itarsaparilla. It contains just such ingre
dients as nature has provided for cleans
ing the blood of every Impurity, for re
storing strength to the digestive processes,
for assisting in the correct assimilation of
nutrition and building up new tissue.
Try it when other remedies have failed.
It has never and never will disappoint any
one. J. B. Morse. Clinton, Ind., writes :
" I was for many years affected with con
tagious blood poison. Portions of my llcsh
neemed to be fairly putrid and mortifying.
My hair fell out, and I was ah object of re
pulsion to every one. Jjy cream smenea
horrible, and I had catarrh so fearfully bad
that pieces of frontal bones rotted and came
out toy nostrilB. I lost the sense of taste
and small. I became a veritable bag o'
bones, and weighed only eighty-nine
pounds. I could hardly sleep from pain,
and was so weak I could hardly walk. The
doctors Raid I could not live many months.
A druggist persuadod me to try Dr. Bull's
Barsacarllla, and strange as it may seem,
that lemedy saved my life and brought me
buck; to health. I now weigh 1 pounds,
am free from pain and sores, and although
have deep senrs where sores were, I consider
myself in excellent health."
' KsrDon't wait for your child to have
spasms. Remove the worms at once with
Dr. John Bull's Worm Destroyers.
OrTMy wife had chills and fever for
nenrly a year. At Inst Smith's Tonic Ryrup
broke them up, and I now prescribe it In my
practice. Dr. A. W. Travit, Silver Lake, Ka$.
John D. Park & Sons, Wholesale Agents,
Vi5, 177 and 179 Sycamore St,, Cincinnati, 0
Do Not VaUj to
of FRANK GIVERS, 228 N. COLLEGE St,
Where you ilisjilriyt'd the hiinilsnniest stock of licdroom Suits, Pnrlor Sets, Ward-
robes, Side. Hoitrtln, ll,il Harks, t'liiirnuifrs, Hook Cases, Desks,-Folding Bed9, Sofii
Lounj'i'S.Exiriisioii Tnlilt'S, mill every nrticlo kept in u first clnss Furniture House,
at prires Inwt'r iliini cmi he fiMmd elsewhere, Htid every tirliele hii minted to
be just us rem senleil. Secuil induceiuenls offered to merchants.
Mil. A. M. ST. JOHN bus perniiini'iitly connected himself with us, and will
be glad to see till lii.s friends and will take great pleasure in waiting on them
and showing theiu ilnit he can make it to their inserest to see our goods and
get our pe'ires. All miiil orders will receive the most prompt and careful attention.
No. 228 N. College St., - Nashville, Tenn.
BRYANT & STRATTQN Business College
llookKecping,ShortIIand,Prnminshp,e.m aQflI I E7 If V
Write for Catalogue and full information.
The Peoples flafionai Bank of McMinnvillf
TEN 1ST ESS EE.
AUTHORIZED DEPOSITORY OF STATE FUNDS.
J. F. MOTtFORI), S. L. COLVIf.LF.,
J.C. BILES, J. C. M. HOSS.
W! ('. WOMACi;. J. A. ROSS.
Doosn (ioneral Dankini?
THE ORICINSL SND GENUINE.
f aille ut Ilrmd.t for CaicHntWe i'lgK.a IHami Brand In Krd and tiviH metaitie y
byic aiMi with blue rlbboa. Take as ether klae. HtfMt QvbaMutvnu mud hilatiom. V
All pill, to p. it board boaee, pic. wrappera, art danreroaa eeenterfrlta. At DruKciiU. or send as
lO.OIMI tv.tlrao-il.n. Aim. Paper.
tr. in .tamne I.-r particoiara, lesumooiaui,
Bold bf all Lecal 1 ratal. la.
i PimpUs, Headaches. Loss of:
: Sleep, a Weary Feeling, Pains in.
: Body or Lf.T.bs, Want of Appetite, :
Eruptions. If you suffer from:
iany cf thesa symptoms, take
n7 n r- . ,
'WHY? Because Your Blood Is Impure!;
S Have you ever used mercury? If so.j
! did touKlve yourself tbo needed attention a
sat tue timer Don't you know that aS
long as the mercury Is In the system, yon
wilt feel the cirects of it? We need not!
s toll you t hut you reouire a blood med Icine,"
! to cusure f reelom from the after effects.;
Doctor Acker'n EnglUh lllooda
alCllYfr Is the only known medicine that"
will thoroughly eradicate the poinon from
the system. Oct it from your druprtrf8t,
jorwrlteto W. H. HOOKER A CO.!
40 West Broadway. New York. g
mesa woieDraica chui.j.sii;
Pills are s. Positive Cure for S IcL ;
llcadoche, Blllon.neea, and;
ConaUpatlon. Small, pleaa-S
ant and a, fuTorlte with the
Indies. Sold In England for ls.S
id-i In America for 85c Gel
them from your Drumrlsts,
aend to W. U. IIOOIEB A (0.
ss new pnunr, w Turk.
r.n be taronl.toiirKKW line of work,
rapidly and bonorablv, by thot. of
fiihrr mi, vouiij or old, and in thilr
own loc.lillt.,wlim.er Ih.y Hrt. Any
On. can do Ih. Work. Ku.v tn Urn.
Wt furnl.h rfrythiuir. W .tart you. No riik. Yoa can dnota
your .par. moment., or all your tlm. to Hie work. '1 hi I. an
rotlnly new ld,and bring, wonderful .ucc.M to rrory worker,
ll.rinner. an aarnlng from S2i to SMI per week and upwards,
and mora after a little eirxiianoa. We can furnl.h you the era.
tlorment and teach ynu t ltKK. No .pace to ei plain here. Fall
ifrraatioa HOIK, TJt I' K V C O., ilbltilA, kUUI.
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CALL ON NEAREST TICKET
AGENT, Or Address
W.W.KNOX, IVket Agent, or
W L. DANLEY, . I & T. Atf't,
D. B. OAI'.SON. Anent.McMinnville.Tenn
Visit the Mammoth
kiWhaVIV V B baa ftai Baas'
J. F. MORFOIW, "resident.
J. C. 1JILES Vice President.
FRANK COLVILLE Cashier.
C. M. MORFORD, Assistant Cashier.
Rusincss, Deposits Solicited
ThrnnlT "atV. Pare. and rriiaM. Pill for aala. Y7
aoi "Henri "or baniNL" M (TMf, nr reiarn n.n.
CHICHECTEH CHEMICSl CO., M.dl.on Kqiiare,
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