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SOUTHERN STANDARD-MCMINNVILLE, TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, NOA.r,i80i.
a is s i:ci: or
LITTLE WPS '
.UMKS WlIITCOMIt niLKY
Senee little Wesley
11M so stnniKO nml Mill!
W'y I iiiUh liisyell o' "k'rnn'p!" "s l'1' ,,1's' !
tlie wliipperwill! !
Ami to tliink I net to scold liiiu fer liis ever
When I only rikollect liini as tlio hest o' lit
I v it.li ii hundred times a iluv 'at lie'd come
And all the noiss lie ever niadu was twiet't
as loud ni'in!
It 'u'd seem like soft music plavod on some
l.oiigside o' this loud Ioiiwdiiiuucss, pence
little Wesley wenj!
Of course, the clock don't tick, no louder
than it list to do
Yit now tliey's time it 'pear? like it 'u'd
lm'st itself in two!
And, it t a rooster, suddent-likc.crow som'ers
And scorn's ef, mijjlity nij;li il, it 'u'd lift inn
oil' tlio ground!
And same with all the cattle when they
'.; i vi mind tlie hai'H,
In the red o' airly morniu' er the. dusk and
dew and stars,
When the iieiuhhois' li ivs 'at pusses never
stop, lint just ',
A whistlin' kind o' to therse'v'ssi'iiee little
And then o' nights when inolher's settin' up
A-hilin' penis er somepin, urnl I set and
smoke and wait,
'I'd' the moon out thronnh the winder don't
look bijjger'n a dime,
Anil things keep gittin' stillerstiller stil-
ster nil the time
I've ketched myse'f uwisliiii' like an 1
clumb on the cheer
To iviiid the clock, ns I hev done fer mor'n
A-wishin' 'at the time hed come fer ns to go
With our Inst prayers, and our last tears,
Denes little Wesley's dead!
SWEETS FOR CHRISTMAS.
Home and Farm.
In making and baking cake for
Christmas, or for any other occasion
ns for that, there are a few simple
rules that insure success if followed
carefully. The old-fashioned rich
cake made of quantities of eggs, but
ter and sugar, requires more careful
manipulation than the modern house
keepor cares to give, so I, with oth
ers, prefer the more tnodern recipes
calling for baking powder or cream
of tartar. So much of the prepar
ed baking powder we buy is inferior
that I prefer to get cream of tartar
tint! make my own baking powder as
I need it.
When intending to bake cake get
everything ready before beginning
to mix ingredients. Use tested re
cipes and don't vary from them,
thinking n little more or less will
make no difference, (irease the pans
lightly with butter, not leaving ft
teaspoon of melted butter to be ab
sorbed and spoil the cake ; ay a cir
cle of paper in the pan the size of the
bottom to prevent the cake sticking
to the pan. Sift the Hour, prepare
the butter, spread the sugar on the
molding board and with the rolling
pin roll free from lumps, separate
the eggs. Measure the butter after
chopping in small pieces and beat to
a cream, (If hard set it over a vessel
of boiling water to soften it,) add the
sugar and beat till light. Beat the
yelks of the eggs till light and add
to the sugar, also the whites beaten
to a stiff froth, then the milk, then
the prepared flour and the flavoring
last. If you use cream of tartar and
soda instead of baking powder, the
proper proportion is a teaspoon of
soda to two of cream of tartar ; mix
and dissolve in water or sweet milk,
as it makes the cake richer. Alter
the ingredients are all mixed, beat
thoroughly and bake in a slow oven
To equalize the temperature set a cup
of water in the oven with the cake.
Frratic stoves must bo managed in
Cures and removes all Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps and Blemishes from
horses, such as Blood Spavin, Curbx, Splints. Rin-boue, Callous Swelhnps, Lame
ness from Sprains or Rheumatism, Stifles, Sweeney, Shoulder-jam, Collar Boils,
Wind Oalls, Enlargement of Gland3
Cough, Heaves, rounder, Etc.
It will always cure Bona Spavin ar.dPole Evil vrhen used in the early stapes
of these complaint';. S:iva S50.CO by US'; of ore bottle. J.t will not ptain or
remove the hair.
For Ciili'iiv JliTCHEYA; liOSTU'K. ;,Ic3JinnvilIc. Tciui. !
many ways to maki them IkiKc cak
properly. If it in linking too fast on
top, put a newspaper over i!, if too
hot at the bottom slip sticks under
! the pan. To test whether done, in
vent, the place seen ; s,.rt ,momslinv tliroiiL'h the cake.
it' there are any particles ndhcrcititf
to the straw, the cake is not done.
Take from the pan a soon ns done,
j pull oil' the puper from the bottom
and set aside to coll.
teste;! recipes will
be found suitable
for the coming
('liristum.i time :
The whites of nine eggs, two cups
of sugar, four cups of Hour, .oik; cup
of sweet milk, one cup of butter, two
teaspoons of baking powder.
Ten eggs a pound of sugar, a half
pound of Hour, it pinch of salt, the
grated rind of an orange and lemon.
Fill pans half full; bake forty-live
One enp of sugar, two cups of mo
lasses, four eggs, one and a half cups
of butter, one-half cup of milk, one
teaspoon of soda, one pound each of
raisins and currants, one-half pound
of citron sliced iinc, one teaspoon each
of cinnamon, nutmeg and clove, live
etips of Hour. Bake two and one
ICK CUKAM CAKK
One cup of butter, two cups of su
gar, whites of eight eggs, one-half
cup of sweet milk,',three cupsof flour,
two teaspoons of baking powder.
Bake in thin sheets in square pans
and put together with icing.
White of one egg beaten a little,
mix with two-thirds of sugar, moist
en with a little water, steam until
thick, then beat stiff.
One grated cocoanut to be used
with the icing. One cup of sugar,
one-half cup of butter, one-half cup
of sweet milk, one and one-half cups
of flour, two teaspoons of baking
powder, whites of four eggs. Bake
in three layers. For the icing beat
one egg to a stiff froth, thicken with
powdered sugar and grated cocoanut.
Spread over the layers, piling one
above the other and sprinkle the co
coanut thickly over the top layer.
One cup ot butter, two cups of su
gar, tnree cups or nour, lour eggs,
two-thirds of a cup of sweet milk,
one teaspoon of soda and two of
cream of tartar. Bake in shallow
pans, spreading the batter evenly
over the bottom of the pan. Flavor
with vanilla. Spread with any kind
of jelly desired and pile together, not
putting jelly on the top, but may put
icing on if liked.
One cup of butter, two cups of su
gar, four eggs, one-half cup of sweet
milk, one spoon xf soda and two
of cream tartar. Flavor with vanil
la. Make a soft dough with flour,
roll thin and bake quickly.
The grated rind and juice of two
oranges, four tablespooons of sugar,
four eggs, one tablespoon of butter.
Cream the butter and sugar, add the
beaten yelks and rind and juice of
oranges and lastly, the whites beaten
to a froth and mixed in lightly.
Bake with under crust.
COWAN CT PIE.
Grate one cocoanut, saving the
milk. Add one cup of sugar, three
eggs, a pint of milk, a pinch of salt,
and the cocoanut
for two pies.
IS TilFE WORTH LIVING?
Not if you go through the world a
dyspeptic. Dr. Acker'a Dyspepsia
Tablets are a positive cure for the
worst forms 01 Dyspepsia, Indiges-
uon, Flatulency and Constipation
Guaranteed and sold by W. II. Fleni'
BLEMISH CURE KNOWN.
from Distemper, Sore Throat, Hacking
A Lost Child.
I am trying to find my fattier. I
am told his name is Jas. . Bailey.
I have no recollection of him, nor do
I remember that I ever looked upon
the face of n relative. Mv mother
died liftcen years ago in Boone coun
ty; la., when I was only a year old.
Shortly after mother's death I was
adopted by a neighbor named Mor
gan. When I was about eight years
old we removed to Nebraska, and
tit this time father seems to have lost
track of me. 1 understand that he
endeavored to lind me, but was base
ly led, by an interested party, to be
lieve that I had died, I have only
recently learned that the Morgans
were not my parents, I am passing
my days among strangers. They are
nothing to me; I am nothing to
The thought nihkes me bome.-ick
and lonely and sad, I believe my
own dear father is living somew here
in this wide, w ide w orld, and if he is
I mean to find him. You can assist
me, if you will; hut I can offer you
no reward at present except my grat
itude and my
If you are un;
pleas' help me to ptibM
late this notice, and oblige, sincerely
yours, Hkta Bailey,
San Bernardina, Cal.'
(Papers please copy.)
Prevention is Bettor
Than cure, mid those who are subject
to rheumatism can prevent attacks
by keeping the blood pure and free
from the acid which causes the dis
ease. For this purpose Hood's Sar
saparilla is used by thousands with
great success. It is the best blood
Constipation is caused by loss of
the peristaltic action of the bowels.
Ilood's Pills restqre this action and
invigorate the liver.
"No disease among my chickens,
finest of plumage, plenty of eggs,
with less food, is what W. B. Smith,
business manager of the Glasgow,
(Ivy.) Times, says since using Can
ter's magis chicken cholera cure for!
three years. Sold "no cure, no pay,
by W. II. Fleming.
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of FRANK G1VENS,
Where you will see displayed the luiinlstmicst
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.hie to give me any I mi
regarding my father, ' SJQ
robes, bide Hoards, Hat Lucks, t lulloincrs Hook ( uses, Desks, holding Heels, nla
Lounges, Extension Tnlilc s.iiml every iiriicic k-pt in a first class Furniture House,
at prices lower than can he found elscu lieie, nnd eveiy nriiele warranted to
be just as represented. Special inducements ollVred to liu reliant.
MR. A. M. ST. .lt)H lias perniMnentlv cunnecUd himself wilh tis, nnd will
be i:lad to see all his friends mid will i;ike L'icat pleasure in wailing on them O
and show ing them that he can c il t tneir inserest to see our goods and
get our jM'ict s. All i.n.ii orders u ii, i i ecivc (lie most promjd and enrcful attention.
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No. 228 N. College St.,
Dr. .Vernier's Kidney and Back
ache Cure is warranted to gvesatis.
faction in every case or money re
turned. For sale tiv J I). Tato '& Co.
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1r1711u.il. .noon. f. e. v. m a .pl.oJ'.J m,Wn t:lu,
nd Dri. rlt It with grrat Mtlifntlon for til cure, of ill
fiTtnl nnd It.rnl of Prlmnrv. RoTilmv trit Tpr'.'.r
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bypuiln, Svphthtlj KtiuiuHlUm, ti-roiuiuiu likvrt nd
rorcs, iii!u;nitir Lwriiiigi, lUieumatlni, Mlrt, oil
CtiroHo Ukert that fcavt wUteJ all tmtmrPt, CAtarrh.
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r.n ItrMirn ronrf'ittnn, due i mnstrnil lrtf?nlnr!t!et, trt
(irtunnny Ueliftlttd liy Ittu von.urlill lulilC t:.l Mtxk.).
cltiu'lrj; propertiei of P. P. P., Prk'kly Aih, Pokt Hoot
nd Hot iiii'ti.
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LIPPKA1I EEC3., Proprietors,
OrtmrtaH, Lippman'g Block, BAVA5BAH,0Ai
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Visit tiik Mammoth
228 N. COLLEGE St,
stock of I'.cilrooni Suits. Tailor Sets, AVaiili
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U not for anle la your place nk your
donler to Heud for rniiilouue, secure the
UKCiior, and get loom lor you.
WTAKK RO ISUUSTITUTE. ,
W. L DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE CENMEN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It is (wnmleag 8I100, with 110 tarksor wax tlirrad
to hurt the feet; mmto of the hest Duo culf, Btyllsh
nnd easy, and becauno u make morm iif of this
ll'iiile tlitmuny otlier manvfarturer. It eyuula Laud
wwcl slii)o coHtlim from 84.uut.$").U0. .
CR UOlicniiiue llaud-H(el, the flnont calf
1J nIioh ever ottered for $Ml p(imls Freui.il
Imported sImh'S which cost from s.ivito$li.(iO.
CLA 00 llnnd-Srwcil Welt Hhoc, Ihio eulf
etyllsli, coinfortiihleaudduruhle. The lieBt
Rlino ever offered nt this price; wime urado OS cus
tom nmde shoes costing from $(i.(Kl to $U.u.
CO 30 l'oliee Mioei Knrmers, ltallrond Men
HfOm and LetterCnrrlersall wenrtheni; fine culf,
scaiidi'sa, Binootli Inside, heavy three Boles, exteu
slon edge. One pulr will wear aycar.
Sn art flue enlft no better shoe ever offered at
aaa this price; ono trial will conviuce thoso
who want a shoe for comfort anil service.
CO 'i li lv!.l)0 WoiUlniimun'H shoes
Jaua nro very HtroiiK and (lunihlc. Those who
:i'ivo kIvcii thein a trial will wear no other make.
F.rUfJ 'i.0rt nnd 11. 7. scIumiI shws are
t-J3 woru ly the loysrvcry where; they tell
on their merits, ns the liienMishi sales bIiow.
I! rl iac S!lW0 Hand-Mewed bIkk?, hept
imC UICO Doritfola, veryslyllsh; equalsKrvuch
Imported shoes costlnntrom il.uo to
LikUch' -2.5'). Si.tfll nnd $1.75 shoe for
Mlhsi'snre the best llheltiinyiila. StylKliand durable.
Co tl! ion. See that W. L. Doiilas' naino uud
Mm avu eUiupcd cm the bottom of each shoe.
vt. L. uuuu'.a-s. urocittou, Slass.
I'OK SALE BY
it injury, removes
ti :!(". Jjivpr-aiolp.t.
J I til . H
Pimples, Ulack-l. !!''!!, Sunburn
and Tan. A few iiti;lii.;:t!ms will ren
der the most Rtulibun lv r. J Bkin soft
ninooth and white. Viola Cream it
not a paint oi poworr lo rover defects,
but a remedy to cure. It is eunerior to
all other preparations, an 1 is puaranteed
ed for 50 cents. l'nMiared by
rolodo. Ohio. G. c. :r TTXEIl L- CO.
PnvaleS Sexual Diseases
WE TREAT and CURE
TEE BOOK OT LIFE.
DR. PARKER & CO.
340 North Cherry St Ntshville, Tenn.
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