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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE,; TENNESSEE! SATURDAY, SEPT.' kg, 1891;
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It is that 'impurity In tli(lilood, which, ac
cumulating in tho gluiuls o tho neck, pro
duces unsightly lumps or swelllnps; which
causes painful running sores on tho arms,
legs, or Icct; which dcvclopes ulcers in the
eyes, cars, or nose, often causing blindness or
deafness; which is tho origin of pimples, can
cerous growths, or the many other manifestar
tlons usually ascribed to "humors;" which,
fastening upon tho lungs, causes consumption
and death. Being tho most ancient, it is tho
most general of all diseases or affections, for
very few persons are entirely frco from it.
By taking Ilood's Sarsaparilla, which, by
the remarkable cures It lias accomplished,
often when other medicines have failed, has
proven itself, to be a potent and peculiar
medicine lor this disease. Some of these
cures are really wonderful. If you suffer from
scrofula, be euro to try Ilood's Sarsaparilla.
" My daughterMary was afflicted with scrof
ulous sore neck from the time she was 22 months
old till she became six years of age. Lumps
formed in her neclc, and one of them after
growing to the size of a pigeon's egg, became
a running sore for over three years. We gave
her Ilood's Sarsaparilla, when tho lump and
all indications of scrofula entirely dis
appeared, and now she seems to be a healthy
child." J. S. Carlile, Kaurlght, N. J.
N.B. Bo sure to get only
8oldtylldruftgliti. $l;itxfor85. Prepared onlr
by C. I. HOOD & CO., ApotUecriea, Lowell, Mum.
100 Doses One Dollar
The Redistricting Bill.
MIMVILLE PRODUCE MARKET,
Corrected weekly by Mead & Ritchey.
Officb Southern Standard,
McMinnville. Sept., 18 1891.
Dried fruit, all kinds, dull and
tending lower. 2 to 2 for apples,
and 21 to 2 for blackberries, all
they are worth in this market at
present. There is still much com
plaint about the quality of Tennessee
apples. Until we are more careful
itbout the way we cut and dry our
apples, they will not sell for much,
especially when the general crop is
large. , They are cut irregularly with
core in, and handled in such way
generally that no one wants them at
home or abroad. They are unsala
ble .when people can get., better.
Blackberries dried have about gone
out of use. Eggs advanced to 14 to
15, at which they are still selling, but
the markets are rather too well sup
plied to hold long at these prices if
the production continues to increase.
Poultry is in better demand, especial
ly for large young chickens.
Wheat, $ bushel new, 85 to 90
Corn; bushel to 80
Flour, $ barrel $4.50 to $5.50
Meal, bushel 80 to 90
Oats, " 30
Eggs, $ dozen 14 to 15
Butter, $ K 8 to 10
Hens, 33 1" 5
Spring Chickens 8 to 12
Turkeys, 33 lb
Ginseng, p tf to 2,50
Beeswax, $ It) 21
Feathers, $ tt 35
Tallow, 33 ft VA
Green Hides, 33 ft ;....2to3
Wool, unwashed, 33 lb 20 to 23
" tub washed 30 to 35
Stock Peas, 33 bushel
White Beans, 33 bushel
Dried Apples,33 lbs 2 to 2li
Beaches, 33 VA to 1?4'
Blackberries 1 to VA
Green Apples, per bushel
NASHVILLE MARKET REPORT.
Corrected from the Nashville American
every Thursday evenine.
Wheat, from wagons, 85 to 00
Corn 5 to 75
Oats 24 to 40
Hav. prime timothy, per ton $15 to $10
Dried Apples VA
Dried Peaches, halves 'ixA to 3
" quarters 2 to 2 12
Dried Blackberries 3
Feathers, prime... 3930
Ginseng, dry to $2.75
Butter 9 to 16
Eggs to 15
Chickens, frying $1.32 to 2.16
" hens $2.16
Irish Potatoes, perbbl 75c. to $1
Wool, unwashed, 20to21
' tub-washed,.; 30to3l
FOR SALE OS EXCHANGE FOR
OLSTEIX-FRIESIAN BULL, named
"Ware," No. 449, sire "Onethee," D,
F. II. B.. 325; dam "I'unkee." V. D. F. II
H., 301. Four years old, a good breeder,
very uiicile and centle; have kept huu as
lout; as we can use him; will sell cheap.
W. A. JOHNSON,
One Fare for Kound Trip.
On September 22 tickets at the
rate of one fare will be sold from all
points in territory south of the Ohio
river and west of Indiana to all
points in Ohio, Indiana and
.Michigan on the line of or reached
via t he C, II. D. or its connections.
Tho tickets will bo good thirty days
from date of sale. Ask your local
agent for tickets via the ('., II. A- P.,
.ir address K. O. McCormick. 0. 1 A
T. Agent, Cincinnati, O.
Tho total rewards offered by the
people of Tullahoniii for tho arrest
and conviction f tho murderer of
the negro boy, Will Lewis, now ag
gregate about eight hundred dolhrs.
Following Is the new apportion
ment bill agreed on by' the Demo
cratic caucus last Saturday, and which
has passed both houses of tho General
Section 1. Re it enacted ' by the
General Assembly of the State of
Tennessee that until the next enume
ration and apportionment of voters,
each of the following counties shall
elect one representative, towit:
Bedford; Blount, Bradley, Campbell,
Carroll, Carter, Claiborne, Cocke,
Coffee, Crockett, DeKalb, Dickson,
Dyer, Franklin, Giles, Greene,
Hardeman, Hardin, Hawkins, Hay
wood, Henderson, Henry, Hickman,
Jackson, Jefferson, Lauderdale, Law
rence, Lincoln, Macon, Marshall,
Monroe, Montgomery, Obion, Rhea,
Roane, Robertson, Rutherford, Se
vier, Smith, Stewart, Sullivan, Sum
ner, Tipton, Warren, Washington,
Weakley, White, Williamson and
Wilson. . .
Sec. 2, Be if further enacted, That
the following counties shall elect two
Representatives, to-wit: Fayette, Gib
son, Hamilton and Maury.
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That
Knox County shall elect three Rep
resentatives. Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That
Davidson and Shelby Counties shall
elect seven Representatives.
Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That
counties jointly shall elect one Repre
sentative as follows:
First District Johnson, Sullivan,
Washington, Unicoi, Greene, Haw
kins and Hancock.
Second District Grainger and
Third District Knox and Union.
0 Fourth District Anderson, Mor
gan and Scott.
Fifth District rolk, Monroe and
Sixth District Hamilton, James
Seventh District Grundy, Se-
quatchee, Bledsoe, Van Buren and
Eighth District Putnam and Fen
Ninth District Clay, Overton and
Tenth District Trousdale, Sum
ner and Wilson.
Eleventh District Rutherford and
Twefth District Bedford, Moore
Thirteenth District Giles, Maury
and Williamson. '
Fourteenth District 'Davidson,
Cheatham and Robertson.
Fifteenth .District Montgomery
Sixteenth District Humphreys,
Perry and Wayne.
Seventeenth District Henry, Do
catur and Benton.
Eighteenth District Carroll and
Nineteenth District Obion, Lake
Twentieth District Madison and
Twcn ty-flrst District Lauderdale,
Tipton, Haywood, Shelby, Fayette
Section G. Be it further enacted,
That until the next enumeration and
apportionment of voters, the follow
ing counties shall compose senatorial
First District Carter, Johnson,
Unicoi, Washington and Greene.
Second District Sullivan, Haw
kins and Ilamblin.
Third District Hancock, Grainger,
Claiborne, Union and Campbell.
Fourth District Knox.
Fifth District Knox, Jefferson,
Cocke and Sevier.
Sixth District Anderson, Meigs,
Loudon, Blount and Roane.
Seventh District Monroe,McM in n ,
Polk, Bradlyand James.
Eighth District Hamilton.
Ninth District Rhea, Bledsoe,
White, Cumberland, Sequatchie,
Van Buren and Morgan.
Tenth District Scott, Fentress,
Picket, Overton, Clay, Jackson and
Eleventh District Marion, Grun
dy, Franklin and Warren.
Twelfth District Rutherford, Can
non and DeKalb.
Thirteenth District Smith and
Fourteenth District Macon, Sum
ner and Trousdale.
Fifteenth District Montgomery
Sixteenth District Davidson,
Seventeenth District Davidson.
Eighteenth District Hickman and
Nineteenth District Maury, Lew
is aud Perry.
Twentieth District Bedford, Cof
fee and Moore.
Twenty-first District Lincoln and
Twenty-second District Wayne,
Twenty-third District Cheatham,
Dickson, Houston and Stewart.
Twenty-fourth District Benton,
Humphreys, Rmifur and Hardin.
, Twenty-fifth District Henry ami
Twenty-sixth District Henderson
Twenty-seventy District Harde
man, JUcMatry and Chester.
Twenty-eighth District Obion,
Weakley, and Lnkp.
Twenty-ninth District Gibson and
Thirtieth District Dyer, Haywood
Thirty-first District Fayette and
Tipton. ' . .
Thirty-second District Shelby.
From Our Washington Correspondent.
It has been said that Mr. Wana-
maker is no politician; but if his
scheme to organize a grand national
political machine embracing every
postmaster in the United States,
with the county seat postmasters as
local bosses, isn't the idea of a poli
tician we should like to know what
it is. The plea of improving the
postal service by this method of
county inspections, while an ingene-
ous one, will fool nobody. What
Mr. Wanamaker is after is improv
ing the chances of Benjamin Harri
son for a second nomination.
Ex-Speaker Reed is a candidate
for party discipline. He calls
Blaine's Pan-American reciprocity
"an attempt to carry on commerce
by diplomacy," and adds that "the
commercial world can only do busi
ness on great commercial principles,
not on correspondence between State
departments." This is treason of the
rankest kind, and Mr. Reed will
probably find that he has no influence
with thi3 administration, when he
tries to get an official plum for some
of his constituents.
The proprietor of a Cincinnati ho
tel refused to allow an Ohio negro
politician to eat in his dining room.
If such a refusal had occurred across
the river, in Kentucky, the negro
loving republican editors would have
raised a concerted howl about the
"denial of lawful rights".
The republicans or Maryland are
devoting as much energy to their
family row about who shall boss the
campaign this year as if they had a
chant to win.
Democrats should not forget that
when they abuse any of the
candidates for Speaker of the
House they are furnishing the repub
licans ammunition to be used in
fighting the entire democratic party.
According to American Army ofli
cersthe much talked of smokeless
gunpowder is for small arms utterly
worthless. It may be that the Eu
ropeans from whom samples of this
powder have been obtained inten
tionally furnished worthless powder,
or.else there has been some extra
ordinary lying going on. The
smokeless powder used by the armies
of England, France, and Germany is
secretly manufactured by tne res
pective governments of those coun
tries and no samples will be furnish
ed to any one.
The proposed new German liquor
law, which is said to have originated
with Kaiser Wilhelm, must have
been intended by that young man as
a sort of peace offering to those of his
constituents who had become more
or less disgusted by his numerous
Secratary Foster is credited with
having ordered his subordinates in
the Treasury department to make all
the delay possible in the erection of
public buildings authorized by the
last Congress, so that he may use the
money which should go to pay for
them for other purposes. Mr. Foster
appears to confound trickery with
statesmanship, but. what is to be ex
pected of a man educated in the John
Sherman school of politics?
Having disputed with Providence
the credit for the good crops of the
present year it is not surprising to
find the administration claiming
credit for the removal of European
restrictions upon American pork,
which properly belongs to the meat
inspection law, which had its stron
est supporters among the democrats
when it was before Congress.
Instead of Benjamin Harrison be
ing ready, as has been asserted, to
retire in favor of Secretary Blaine, he
appears to be putting himself in
training to light for the Presidential
nomination of his party.
xDINING ROOM SETS,
East Main Street, - McMINNVILLE. TENN.
MOBPOED 6z BlldSS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
Agents (or the Buckeye Mower, Star Thresher, Empire and Kentucky Gruiu Drill
Giant Cane Mills, Tennessee Wagons, aud Spring Wagons.
A large stock of Stoves, TIowf, Iron, Paints, Bacon, Sugar, Cjfl'ee, etc., always on hand -..I
MORFOKD & BILES, old stand. We buy with Cash from first hands for small profit.
The Golden Harvest Store is the Best Stove Made.
Take your briggy, carriage, wagon and
farm Implements of all kinds to
and have them
RFPAIRFn .s PAIMTPn
, Everything in
'I BLaCKSMlTHING, WAGON and CaRRME
done Promptly and Cheaply.
J. P; GARTNER.
Snring Street, McMinnville, Tenn.
The postofliee at Summertown was
blown up witn dynamite last .Mon
day night. A man named Ruther
ford was arrested on circumstantial
evidence for the crime.
Corner Main and Chancery Streets.
Is now ready for the reception of guests, and solicits both regular board
ers and transient custom. Newly furnished throughout.
-FIRST CLASS $ FARE,-
Polite attention, Reasonable Rates.
MRS. (I. W. HOODENPYL personally superintends every department
and will spare no pains to please every guest.
Do Not Fail to Visit the Mammoth
of FRANK G1VENS, 228 N. COLLEGE St,
ere you will see displayed the handsomest slock of Bedroom Suits, F.irlor Sets, Ward
ohes, Side Boards, Hat Hacks, Chiffoniers, Book Cases, Desks, Folding Beds, Sofa
Lounges, Extension Tables.and every article kept in a first class Furniture House,
at prices lower than can he louncl elsewhere, and every amcie wurnuueu 10
he just ns represented. Special inducements offered to merchants.
Mil. A. M. ST. JOHN has permanently connected himself with us, and will
he glad to'see all his friends and will take creat pleasure in waiting on them
and showing them that he can make it to their inserest to sec our goods and
get our pcices. All mail orders will receive the most prompt and careful attention.
No. 228 N. College St., - Nashville, Tenn.
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