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SOUTHERN ' STANDARD MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, OCT. lb 1891.
Makes tlio Uvea of many people miserable,
and often leads to self-destruction. DlBtrcss
after eating, sour stomach, sick headache,
heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, "all gone "
feeling, bad tasto, coated tonguo, and lrrcgu-
O I StrCSS gomo of tho more- common
After symptoms. Dyspepsia does
not get well of Itself. It
Uaiin, rcqUircs careful persistent
attention, and a remedy like Hood's Sarsa
parllla, which acts gently, yet surely nnd
efficiently. It tones the stomach and other
organs, regulates the digestion, creates a
good appetite, and by thus Sick
overcoming the local symp- i t,
toms removes the 8ympa-HaClaCnO
thetlo effects of tho dlseaso, banishes tho
headache, and refreshes the tired mind.
'"' I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I
had bub little appetite, nnd what I did eat
Unnta distressed mo, or did mo
aiT little good. In an. hour
bum after eating I would expe
rience a falntness, or tired, all-gone feeling,
as though I had not eaten anything. My trou.
bio, I think, was aggravated by my business,
which Is that of a painter, and from being
more or less shut up in a Sour
room with fresh paint. Last e.
spring I took Hood's Sarsa- Stomach
rilla took three bottles. It did mo an
Immense amount of good. It gave me an
appetite, and my food relished and satisfied
the craving I had previously experienced."
George A. Tage, Watcrtown, Mass.
Bold by all druggUts. f 1 ; six for fS. Prepared only
by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mast,
100 Dosos Ono Dollar
: . McMNNVILLE PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrected weekly by Mead & Eitchey,
Office Southern Standard,
McMinnville. Oct., 9 1891.
No change in market report o'
country produce; Dried fruit is dull,
and eggs no better.
Wheat, $ bushel new, 85 to 90
Corn; $ bushel to 80
Floor, $ barrel $4.50 to $5.50
Meal. 39 bushel 80 to 90
Oats. 39 " 30
Eggs,$ dozen v. 12 to 13
Butter, f lb i 8 to 10
Hens, 9 ft) 5
Spring Chickens 8 to 12
Turkeys, 33 tt
Ginseng, 39 lb to 2,50
Beeswax, 39 tt 21
Feathers. 39 tt 35
Tallow, 39 lb VA
Green Hides, 33 lb 2 to 3
Wool, unwashed, 33 K 20 to 23
" tub washed 30 to 35
Stock Peas, 33 bushel
White Beans, 39 bushel
Dried Apples, lbs 2 to 2
Peaches, 33 VAto
Blackberries, ii to VA
Green Apples, per bushel
NASHVILLE MARKET REPORT.
Corrected from the Nashville American
every Thursdav evenine.
Wheat, from wagons, 95 to 97
Corn, 65 to 68
Oats 33 to 35
Hay, prime timothy, per ton $14 to $10
Dried Apples 1XA
Dried Peaches, halves 2 J4 to 3
quarters 2 to 2 1-2
Dried Blackberries 3
Feathers, prime 39(230
Ginseng, dry to $2.75
Butter 9 to 16
Eegs 13 to
Chickens, frying $1.32 to 2.16
" hens $2.16
Irish Potatoes, per bbl 75c. to $1.
Wool, unwashed 19to20
" tub-washed 29 to30
J. II. Roach vs. M. A. Dudley.
I N this case, now pending" before me, at
L the suit of J. II. Knaeh vs. M. A. Dudley,
in which it is alled;ed that M. A, Dudley
has removed himself from the Conntv of
Warren, privately, and that he has abscond'
c:d, so that the ordinary process of law can
not be served on him, and said cause having
been set for hearing on the
24th day of October, 1891,
at my house in said county. Now this is to
notify the said M. A. Dudley to appear at
icy house on said day and defend tins suit,
or the same will be proceeded with ex parte
us to mm. This Sept. 24, 1H91,
T. M. FRAZIER, J. P.
' Y. A. Crisp vs. M. A. Dudley.
IN this ease, now pending before me, at the
suit of Y. A. Cntp vs. M. A. Dudley, in
which it is r.Heged that M. A. Dudley has
removed himself from the County of War
ren, privately, nnd that he has absconded,
so that the eidinary process of law cannot
lie served on him, and said cause having
been set for hearing on
Saturday, October 24, 1891,
at my house in said county. Now this :
to notify the said M. A. Dudley to appear f
inv limiKP nn Kiiiil dnv nnd ilpfcnil thin Hiii
or the same will be proceeded with ex parte
us to lum. Tins sept. zh, iwi.
T. M. FRAZIEU, J. P.
Euttci, Cheese, Ejrcs, Poultry, Wild
Game, M eats, Apples, Potatoes, Green and
Dried Fruit, Vegetables, Cider, 'Wool,
Hides, Mi pep Pelts, Tallow, i urs, bums. lo
baeeo, Grain, Hay, Flour, Beeswax, Feuth
ts, Ginseng, Broom Corn and Hops. M. E
li.H.LAlU), General Commission Merchant
nnd Shipper, 217 Markvt tt. . St. Louis, Mo
For headaches, biliousness, consti
ration, dizziness, sleeplessness, the
hi uos, scrofula, the blood and all skin
eruptions lr. Tenner's lilood and
Liver lleinedv and Nerve Tonie
never fails. Warranted to satisfy or
money refunded. Fi r sale by J. 1)
Tate.t Co., McMinnville, Tce.n.
A Kinging Speech from Our New
Congressman Last Moaday.
Congressman II, C. Snodgrass de
livered an earnest, patriotic speech at
the Courthouse here last Monday
afternoon. The court room was
crowded with attentive listeners
throughout, and we have heard
nothing but favorable comment upon
the speech. We regret that circum
stances prevented us from hearing
the speech, and giving a fuller ac
count of it. ', We. give below a
synopsis of a portion , of the speech,
taken from the Nashville Herald of
A third party has recently been
born. Among its demands are the
Sub-treasury scheme, the land loan
scheme, the Government ownership
of railroads, the paying of $1,000,000,
000 more to Federal soldiers for their
services during the war, and woman
suffrage. It is to be an era of experi
I am opposed to the Sub-treasury
First, because it is unconstitutional.
Article I, section 8, of the United
States Constitution reads:
The Congress shall have power to
lay and collect taxes, duties, imports
and excises, to pay debts and pro
vide for the common defense and
general welfare of the United
The Federal Government is one of
limited powers. There is no pro
vision in the constitution authorizing
Congress to levy taxes for the pur
poses proposed by the Sub-treasury
advocates, and under the section
above quoted it must find warrant,
if at all.
The Democratic party has always
insisted upon a strict construction of
the constitution. By gradual accre
tions to these powers the Federal
Government has grown to such nn
extent as to begin to hide from view
the very purpose for. which it was
It is time the people should call a
halt to the march of the nation
toward centralization and paternalism
and return to the true intent and
meaning of the constitution. "Under
the constitution Congress has the
right to impose taxes on the people
to pay debts and otherwise to meet
the honest demands of the Govern
ment, but it has no right to tax the
people to enable itself to loan money,
or go in partnership with anybody in
any private business.
"' IT IS PATERNALISM.
I am opposed to the Sub-treasury
Second, because it is paternal in
the extreme. The history of pater
nalism in all ages and among all
men is one of tyranny, oppression
and enslavement of the people. Such
governments have always acted the
part ot a cruel and relentless mon
ster, robbing those who have been
placed in its power. When it speaks,
it does so in the bullying and im
pcrious tone of a master, and when
it says come, its subjects obey. It
penetrates every nook and corner of
private life with its intermeddling
hand. It regulates religion, habits,
occupations, wages, places of rest
dence, mode of living, the kind of
clothes we wear, what we eat, the
prices we pay and the markets in
which we shall trade. Peternalisra
has filled the world with more suffer
ing than all the wars, diseases and
famines that have ever affeicted the
The speaker announced his opposi
tiou to the Sub-treasury scheme, be
cause it was undemocratic and class
legislation of the most odious charac
ter; because it was visionary, ex
pensive and unwise, and because it
would fill the country with Federal
office-holders and transfer litigation
to Federal courts.
Who originated this Sub-treasury
tscheme? Macune. Who is Macune?
Mr. Snodgrass here read McDowell's
letters to McAllister and Middleton
in which Macune is accused of ac
cepting bribes from corporations.
Mr. Snodgrass continued:
I am opposed to what is known as
the land-loan scheme. Who origi
nated it? A Republican Senator
named Standford, who is several
times a millionaire.
If the Alliance is to bo run as an
organization of farmers to promote
their mutual interests, nobody would
object to it, but
IF IT IS TO F.E rF.KVEKTKl)
from its original purposes and pros
trated to the uses of a secret political
party, then it is dangerous to a re
publican form of government and free
Here are sume of the things the
leaders are doing of which I do not
First they have the idea that a
majority in the order shall rule, thus
controlling the political opinions of
Second, they have met nnd passed
resolutions that they, will not vote for
any man who does not favor the
Ocala demands, which means that
they will support no Democrat who
does not endorse and advocate these
demands. No oath or secrecy Bhould
be binding at the ballot box.
How has McDowell stood on State
finances ? Page 583, of Senate Jour
nal, session of 1887, shows that when
the people stood on one side and the
Bank of Tennessee depositors and a
large lobby on the other, McDowell
voted for the bill to put a burden of
$1,500,000 on the tax payers of the
Caesar had his Brutus, America her
Arnold, and the real farmers' organi
zation and the Democratic party have
their Macunes, Terrells, Livingstones
WHAT SHOULD WE DO
to gain relief from the hardships from
which we suffer? First, defeat the
Republican party and give the ad
ministration of the Government to
Democracy. Repeal all class legisla
tion. Give us a tariff for revenue, a
graduated income tax on the fortunes
of the rich, free coinage of silver and
National and State control of rail
roads. Repeal the 10 per cent tax
on State banks and deny the right of
national banks to issue currency for
A Government which controls the
lives, liberties and property of 64,000,
000 of people in its administration,
should . be fair, economical, honest,
efficient and constitutional; and in
its form of local self-government
should keep near to the people who
make and obey it, for in this lies their
safety and freedom.
Give us the least government and
the largest liberty for tho citizen
compatible with the protection of
life, liberty and property, is the war
cry of Democracy. And as a safe
guard for this Democracy demands
home rule, free elections by tho peo
ple, and protects the poorest nian
from oppression and unjust govern
ment. It is the bulwark of the toil
ing people to resist having the power
and purposes of the government
changed aDd misused by the clamor
ous demands of selfish interests.
The speaker then appealed to all
Alliancemen to stand with the Demo
cratic party their only hope for re
liefand not to follow off strange
gods and thus disrupt the Solid
South and perpetuate the Republican
party in power.
What the Legislature Did.
The following i3 a list of the laws
enacted at the extra session of the
Forty-seventh general assembly of
An act attaching Cumberland
county to the Third judicial district.
An act attaching Franklin county
to the Fourth judicial district.
An act authorizing the governor to
appoint a commission of ladies and
gentlemen to solicit subscriptions to
the world's fair.
An net attaching Franklin county
to the Third chancery division.
An act empowering the governor
to call out the militia.
An act appropriating $25,000 to the
Army of Tennessee.
An act providing for a uniform
ballot the tickets to be seven Inches
long, three !nches wide, on white pa
per, without any distinguishing
An act to apportion the state into
representative, floterial and senato
An act changing the time of hold
ing chancery courts of Maury coun
An act amending registration laws
so as to apply to civil districts in
counties having a population of
An act to prevent the use of script
in payment of laborers' wages.
An act to prevent interference with
An act to change the times of
holding chancery courts in Fifth
An act to prohibit prize fighting.
An act to change times of holding
Washington county circuit courts.
An act to make counties liable for
costs in criminal prosecutions in cer
An act requiring the state comp
troller to pay over to treasurer all
moneys by him collected as soon as
he receives the same.
An act amending the poll tax
An net amending tho assessment
An act amending the revenue,
W'.. IllVELY &fO.,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS IN
0F ALL KINDS AND
We carry lam storks of nYdstea-k Dressinjc
the latest desiuns, and can furnish any
' CEILING, SIDING,
ftjrt) ft jsrjs iTTN
LUMBER FOR ALL
EAST MAIN STREET,
MOEPOKD . BILES, 1 '
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS" IN
AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
Agents for the Buckeye Mower, Star Thresher, Empire and Kentucky Grain DrilU
Giant Cane Mills, Tennessee Wagons, aud Spring Wagons.
A large stock of Stoves, Flown, Iron, Paints, Bacon, Sugar, Cyflee, etc., always on hand a I
MORFORD BILES, old stand.. We buy with Cash from first hands for small profits.
The Golden Harvest Stove is the Best Stove Made.
RRAFI HARTS J
uunu unn iu, BLACRSMITHIM) mm M mm
Corner Main and Chancery Streets. ' ' '
MCMINNVILLE, . , : - - TENNESSEE.
Is now ready' for the reception of guests, and solicits both regular board
ers and transient custom. Newly furnished throughout.
FIRST CLASS J FARE,--
Polite attention, Reasonable Rates.
MRS. G. W. HOODENPYL personally superintends every department
and will spare no pains to please every guest.
n i:LEits ix
Dry Goods Groceries,
CLOTHING, HATS, HOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
H'e carrv a well selected line of General Merchandise, and sell
STRICTLY FOR GASH.
Thus we are enabled to giye our customers the benefit of the
We will make it to your interest to give us your trade. JOXES UltOS,
East Main Street, McMINNNILLE, TENN.
PrlTllPso cf Lsftarfis, Mnecnm,
vnniNHOiit iintYvrKtty. lure
!.llicrg 413 pupil from leu Mntnc liivhmt !
FOR ALL PURPOSES-
Cases. Wash Stands. Tables, Chairs etc . in
article made in our line oil short lioticV.
WE CARRY A HANDS0M.!NE
ftfii&i, 6ufat9y- Cum,
Burial Robex, Etc.
-HGIYENiTOI EMBALMING &
AND THE DIRECTION OF
McMINN YILLE, TENN.
your buggy, carriage, wagon a::d
farm implements of all kinds to .
rum nave uieuj
W KEPA RED PAINITFn
done Promptly and Cheaply.
J. P. GARTNER.
Hnring Street, McMinnville, Tenn.
FORTY COLUMNS Vfi
ONE YEAR M
FIKIY-'PVO n EEKsUl"