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SOUTHERN STANDARD-MCMINN VILLE. TENNESSEE-SATURDAY, JAN, 10, 189,
If you have mado up your mind to buy
Hood's Sarsaparilla do not bo induced to take
any other. Ilood's Sarsaparilla is a peculiar
medicine, possessing, by virtue of Its peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparation,
curative power superior to any other article.
A Boston lady who knew what she wanted,
and whose example is worthy imitation, tells
her experience below:
" In one store where I Trent to buy Ilood's
Barsaparilla the dork tried to induce me buy
their own instead of Hood's; he told me thelr's
would last longer; that I might take It on ten
days' trial; that if I did not like it I need not
pay anything, etc. But he could not prevail
on me to change. I told hira I knew what
Hood's Sarsaparilla was. I had taken It, was
satisfied with it, and did not want any other.
When I began taking Ilood's Sarsaparilla
I was feeling real miserable, suffering
a great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak
that at times I could hardly stand. I looked,
and bad for some time, like a person la con
sumption. Ilood's Sarsaparilla did me so
much good that I wonder at myself sometimes,
and my friends frequently speak of It." Mas.
Ella A. Gofp, 61 Terrace Street, Boston.
Sold by all drnggistt. ft 1 ; tlx for f 5. Prepared only
by C. I. HOOD 4 CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mas.
100 Doses Ono Dollar
McMDtNVILLE PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrected weekly by Mead & Ilitchey.
Office Southern Standard,
McMinnville. January 9 1891.
The only change in the price of pro
duee this week is in eggs. For the
Following is a brief summary of
items of general interest transacted
by the Court at the quarterly session
F. M. Womack, Esq., of the 15th
district, was elected Chairman, O. F.
Bruster, Esq., of the 1st district,
elected Chairman pro. tern.
Frank's Ferry road was changed
from the east to the west side of the
railroad, along the property of of F.
M. Smith and Mrs Black.
Ordered that hereafter all road
overseers shall settle direct with the
chairman for extra labor done oil
Ordered that all claims against
county must he filed with the Clerk
ten days before meeting of the quar
terly court, or they will not be acted
upon until the following term.
Messrs. Isaac Thurman, V. L.
Swann, W. V. Whitson, 11. M.
Reams, and II. L. Walling were ap
pointed a board of trustees of the
Carroll Academy property and
funds. T. C. Lind was appointed as
attorney to file a bill to Bell the Car
roll Academy property. Proceeds of
this property when sold to be turned
into the public school fund.
A. C. Myers, former chairman, al
lowed $200 salary for 1890.
The following named gentlemen
were appointed as a bridge commit-
tee : J. C. Biles, S. McRamsey, Frank
Hill, J. M. Rust, and Jas. Webb.
The duty of this committee is to ne
gotiate with bridge companies for
the construction of a bridge, to agree
upon location of first bridge, and re
port to next term of the court.
It was ordered by the court that
Messrs. R. II. Mason, F. M. Smith
and J. J. Meadows bo appointed
last few days eggs have declined in
all the markets anu still tending commmee to examine the upper
downward. Eggs are higher now story of the Courthouse, and report
than they have been but twice before upon the practicability of convert
in 13 years at a corresponding date, ing it into a commodious court room,
New York Price Current of the Oth
hist says: "Severe weather may pos
sibly cause a temporary further ad
vance, but with the very moderate
demand, any increase in receipts, or
and the probable cost thereof.
Dr. Jesse Hill appointed guardian
of W. T. Swann's heirs.
F. G. Smartt appointed adminis
trator of the estate of Josie-Smartt,
USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE.
even favorable weather at producing dee'd.
section, is likely to cause a decline."
We continue to quote 14 to 15 here,
but liable to change any day.
Wheat, 3 bushel 1.00
Com; bushel 50 to 05
Flour, $ barrel $.325 to $5.25
Meal, "ft bushel 50 to 60
Oats, ! " 30
Eggs, dozen 11 to 15
Butter, lb 8 to 10
Hens, lb VA
Spring Chickens .10 to 13
Turkeys, W lt hxA
Ginseng, "ft lb to 2,50
Beeswax, W lb 21
Feathers, lb 35 to 38
Tallow, $ lb ZA
(ireen Hules, rt lb 4 to 5
Wool, unwashed, 'ft lb 20 to 23
" tub washed 30 to 35
Stock Pens, W bushel
White Beans, bushel 1 00
Dried Apples,1:) lbs 51-4 to 5 3-4
reelings una cores I'A
" Peaches, W...
" Blackberries '. to
Ireen Apples, per bushel 40 to 50
' NASHVILLE MARKET REPORT,
Corrected from the Nashville American
every Thursday evenine,
Wheat, from wagons, gooddry, new,02 tol.00
Corn, from wagons 00 to b.i'A
i lats . tz to bit
Hay, prime timothy, per ton. . $8.00 to 13.00
Dried Apple 5 1-2
Mrs. J. C. GalHn appointed execu
trix of the estate of Morris Oaffin,
for the January term of the Circuit
Court were appointed :
1st dist J. II. Phelps, John Jones,
G. L. Marshall.
Jerome Collier, J. Crim, Jr.
J. T. Fatton, Alex Row
land. -J. A. McGee, L. II. Hillis.
Thos. Hcnnessee, Joe Hen
nessee. John Patton, A. P. Hill.
Eddie Cagle, Dudley Mead
ows. A. J. Willis, John St John.
W. II. Redmon, Hiram
10th " -Joe Patton.
T. B. Newby.
13th u W. M. Marler.
14th " Dock Patton.
II. K. Martin.
W. M. Jennings, constable
district, to wait on the court ;
I A 1
Use a clam shell to scrapo pot3 am?
-A good rulo is to uso pantry flour
whenever baking-powder is usod and
bread flour with yeast
Uso flannol to wash the children with
In winter, and thoy will be good-natured
Frizzled JJcof. Shave dried beef
very fine, put into a frying-pan; when
hot shake and stir, soason with popper
Buckwheat Cakes. Ingredients
Two quarts buckwheat flour, one pint
corn meal, one teaspoonful of yoast;
stir with water into thin batter. Let
rise over night Detroit Free Press.
Browned Sweet Potatoes. Removo
the skins from sweet potatoos previous
ly boiled, cut into thick slices, roll in
flour and salt; fry in butter until a deli
cate brown; place on a flat dish, and gar
nish with parsley. Boston Herald.
A somewhat uncommon dish is made
of oysters and onions. Cut four small
whito onions into dice, and fry in hot
butter until of a clean yellow color. Now
drop tho oysters with their juice into
the pan, add more butter, salt and pep
per, and when exactly dono, pour into a
hot dish, and servo with dry toast
A young housekeeper asks for some
thing that will romove indelible ink
stains. Cyanide of potassium, which is
a deadly poison, and roust bo handled
carefully, will remove so mo stains of so
called "indeliblo" ink. Got directions
for its uso from tho apothecary where
you purchase tho preparation. Boston
llard Soap. Dissolve ono can of
potash In a quart of cold water, thon
stir slowly into it six pounds of melted
grease; the cleaner the grease the whiter
the soap. Stir a few minutes until it is
very thick; pour into a square pan. If
you want to cut it in pieces, you must
do it as soon as cold, or it will harden so
it can not be cut easily. Mixing oat
meal In this soap makes a good toilet
article; it is very good for the hands.
Curry of Mutton. Chop one pint of
cold, cooked mutton. Put one table-
spoonful of butter in a frying-pan; when
molted, add a tablespoonful of flour and
stir until smooth; add a half-pint of
boiling water, stir until it boils; add the
meat a teaspoonful of curry-powder, and
a half-teaspoonful of salt; stir until
thoroughly heated. Then heap in tho
center of a meat dish, and put around it
a border of nicely boiled rice. Good
Oyster Toast Wash ono pint oys
ters, drain, season with salt and pepper.
Dip in melted butter, then in fine crack
er crumbs. Broil over a clear fire until
tho juico flows, riaco on toast, pour a
white sauco over and sprinkle with
chopped celery. Get as large oysters
as possible for broiling, as they shrivel
up in broiling a good deal. Season the
cracker crumbs, rolled fine, with salt
and pepper. Grease tho broiler, brush
ing over with melted butter or rubbing
with a bit of salt pork. Boston Globe.
"How many clever ideas come into
ono's head while lying ill in bed," was
said to mo by a relative who was ill the
greater part of last summer. She then
went on to tell me how she carried out
one of her own. She called it an invalid's
table-cloth. A napkin was never large
enough to protect the bedclothes from
tho tray and dishes, so sho bad taken
pieces of heavy linrn, making them as
long as the bed was wide and about
twenty inches in width. These sho had
stitched and embroidered. The result
has been something useful and pretty,
as well as novel. She sent tho first one
3he had mado to a fair and had been
much pleased to receive several orders.
N. V. World.
AND TOILET ARTICLES.
Perfumeries, Trusses, Shoulder Braces, etc.
Flemings Dead-Shot Vermifuge.
Cumberland Mountain Condition Powders
FINE CIGAES AND TOBACCO
8?Prescriptions Carefully Com pounded al all IIourB.
Tlie Peoples national Bank of McMinnville,
AUTHORIZED DEPOSITORY OF STATE FUNDS.
CAPITAL, - - $55,000.00.
J. F. MORFORD, S. L. COLVILLE,
J. C. BILKS, J. CM. ROSS.
W! C. WOMACK, J.A.ROSS.
.1. F. MORFORD '. President.
.1.0. BILKS Vice President.
FRANK COLVILLE Cashier.
C. M. MORFORD, Assistant Cashier.
Docs a General Ranking Business, Deposits Solicited
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE IN THE
Ol'R Tl RES are the heaviest of tiny wagon in the market.
There is more iron and better iron work on the "Tennessee" ilinn on nny other
wagon ottered to the trade.
Our Wood-work in thoroughly saturated in boiling lin-eed oil.
We lo not use uny chenp or mineral paints ; our work is till painted with the best
t tuls of paint, ground by ourselves in pure linseed oil, nnd finished with the best brands
of English varnish.
Our spokes are driven by machinery in hot glue.
Our tire-furniiee -jives uniform heat, nnd our tire cooler uniform shrinkage, which se
cures uniform diih in all wheels.
Our timber is till AIR DRY and thoroughly seasoned. The nxles are made of ben
hickorv: the tongues, bolsters, hounds, mid spokes of best w bite oak ; the bubs of New
Yoik black birch, "the best in the world," and our beds of cleiir Tennessee yellow poplar.
Uur tongues ana trout Hounds are so constructed that but little weight rests upon the
eeks of the team.
The hubs are steamed when driving the spokes, wbieb shrinks them to the spokes,
making the spokes as firm as if they grew there.
the bolsters are plated their entire length, nnd the Ling bolts m-e countersunk, which
prevents them from wearing the bottom of the beds.
Our BOX STRAPS are turned over the sides so as to give additional strength to the
beds, all of wh-ch are plated with beveled iron.
We use ROUND KDGE TIRE on our wheels for thu protection of felloes and paint:
also heavy WROUGHT IRON sand bands on wheels.
We buy tuem by the car load tmd sell them for Small Profit.
MORFORD & BILES.
HOW TEA IS MADE IN JAPAN.
Dried Peaches, halves 7 Cunningham, constable in 10th
Dr iuackbS:::::::z.7;o7 trict to wait on rand
Feathers, prime to 42 Mr. W. N. Mitchell was reelected
liinseng, ary $z.va io.f.uo i c i . t , -r
Butter. . . 10 to 20 County Superintendent of Public In-
Eggs to 16 struction.
. hem '. Following is the amount of claims
Irish Potatoes, per bbl 2.15
Wool, unwashed, 21to2.'l
" tub-washed, 28 to 33
Spring View, Neil, January 8.
Chief Yellow Horse, formerly Lieu
tenant of the Indian police at Rose
bud Agency,paased through this town
with a considerable following.
When asked if he was not afraid to
meet the warring element of his tribe
he replied : "No, we are all hostiles
now." Yellowllorse who was suppos
ed to be friendly, Swift Bear and his
band, formerly of the same agency,
also declared for war, Both chiefs are
supposed to be bearing for the hostile
camp near Fine Ridge.
BURNING A TOWN.
Salt Lake, Utah, January 8. A
special received here this morning
from Focatello, Idaho, says the In
dians are burning the town. Troops
have been asked for from Boise City,
Atlanta Constitution : Y hen po
pulation gradually drifts in this
direction in obedience to natural
laws, the new-comers will find
homes, and work, and a cordial wel
come, but if they fail to come, the
South will got along very well with
out mem. in the meantime we are
going to do a little advertising. The
South has resumed business at the
old stand, anil she wants the
to know it.
allowed for road work in the various
districts during the last quarter of
1st district $93.89.
xne cnairman s report snowed a
total of $4901.27 worth of warrants
issued during 1S90 for county pur
When painting the wash-board of
a room, paint two or three inches of
the floor also ; if the carpet does not
fit up tightly it will not be noticed.
An Art Peculiar to the PitoplA of That
Tea making in Japan is a flno art
Tho teapot is small and dainty like
thoso sold for bric-a-brac at Japanese
shops, and tho teacups, often of fine
Cloisonnes, with plain enameled linings.
are each no larger than a giant's thim
ble. With thorn is a pear-shaped pitcher
for boiling water, and a lacquer box
containing choice tea. Among the rich
these appurtenances accompany a brand
of tea so rare that nono of it is evor ex
The Japaneso host scoops out enough
o? the precious herb (with an ivory
implement shaped like a large tealeaf)
to loosely fill the little teapot He then
pours over it hot, not boiling, water,
and in less than a moment the tea
maker begins to pour off a stream of pale
yellow tea. into cups which are never
filled more than half-way up, and they
are at once served to visitors and the
family. It is needless to say that the
tea, losing no part of its delicate aroma,
is fragrant and delicate as any concoc
tion can possibly be. How different
from the coarse, clumsy teamaking of
the American, or rather of Bridget's
method! Of course, the tea is slowly
sippod, yet even then itis strongenough
to keep tho guest awake half the night,
unless he Is accustomed to Japaneso tea
making Is. . Star.
In grating a lemon never go below
the yellow rind. It holds all the
flavor and fragrance, while the white
skin underneath is bitter and tough.
As a result of the strike of miners
at Birmingham the city of Chatta
nooga is suffering from a coal famine,
world i having heen thawing its supply
I from Birmingham.
Ills I.st Name.
Teacher (to new pupil) What is your
last name, my littlo man?
New Pupil Tommy.
Toachor What is your full name?
Now Pupil Tommy Jones.
Teacher Then Jones is your last
Tommy iSo, it isn t. v hen 1 was
born my name was Jones, and thoy
didn't give mo the other for a month af
terward.- Cincinnati Commercial.
Can't Sleep Nights
Is the complaint of thousands suiter
ing from Asthma, Consumption
Coughs, etc. Did you ever try
t h raw
"While You Wail,"
BRYANT & STRATTON Business Cqulebe
EookKetping,8hortIland,Penmanship,e.m fl0 I C V
Write for Vutaiogua ana. juu tnurmiuton.ga VU I W W athBMa
We acknowledge receipt of the fol
lowing stihseriptions to the ;.Staxd
aiuk! tiring the first "eight days of
New subscribers marked thus
S K McCulloch, Walter Hill, Tenn 1 00
T E McCuUoch, Jefferson, Tcnn 1 00
Mrs S Wagoner, Irving College, Tenn., 1 00
G W Parks, do do do 2 00
PAHoodennVl. do do do 2 00
Logan Seitz, Gillentinc, Tenn 1 00
Mrs T II Faulkner, Leeds, Teen 1 00
K C IVpper, Troy, Texas 1 00
M F McGregor, Lynchburg, Teni 1 40
Miss Jennie Thomas, Muncotah, Kaus., 25
G W Nelson, New Lisbon, 0 1 00
A P Moore, Jackson, Tenn 25
T U Gribble, Increase, Tenn 1 00
J T Gribble, Rowland, Tenn I 00
"George Brazier, Smartt, Tenn 50
J H White, Statesville,Tenn 40
Hardy Durley, Cincinnati, O 25
J C Berry, Trenton, Texas 1 00
Creed Taylor, Devenport, Tenn... ..... 25
J B Myers, Thaxton, Tenn 1 00
Jack Brown, Morrison, Tenn 25
Mobil Mercer, Viola, Tenn 25
Logan Crisp, Morrison, Tenn 25
C J Manley, Cleveland, O 25
Mrs E E Growden, Sacramento, Cnl 1 00
J N Bonner, Tullahoma, Tenn 1 00
Mrs E Waterhouse, Chattanooga 1 00
Rev T M McConnell, Wytheville, Va... 50
M Y Trogden, Evanston, Tenn 25
J W Terrill, Dcchcrd.Tenn 25
Jonathan Smith, McMinnville 1 00
lesse Walling, do 1 00
Miss Laura J Jones, do I 00
W T Blue, do 1 00
MraM V. Mini ford, do 1 00
W G Brittnin, do 2 00
T l Griffith, do ...2 00
Jos Snider, do 1 00
I At the Churciiett lomorrow
Acker's English llemedy? It is
best preparation known for all Lung
Troubles. Hold on a positive guaran
tee at 2")C. and c. by V. II. .Flem
J II Curl, do 1 00
E S Rowan, do 1 00
W A Mason, do 2 00
TIIMabry, do 50
A M Merriani, do 75
X G Cummins, do 1 00
R S Totter, do 1 50
John F Wilson, ilo 1 00
John Wilson, do 1 00
O Miller, do 1 00
W N Rndd, d.. 1 SO
T (' Maddux do 1 00
I, P. Wnl.TS, do 1. OO
Jos Melton. do .I")
J A Snipes, dn '-'
Usual services at 10:30 a. m. and
C:30 p. m. conducted by Elder (). M.
llev. J. D. Murray will preach at
the Presbyterian church tomorrow
morning and night. The regular
Wednesday night prayer meetings
will be resumed next week.
Services as usual at 11 a. iu. and
0:30 p. m. by the pastor, Dr. A. D.
Phillips. Subject of morning dis
course, "The Glory of God." Night
subject, "The Life of Abraham."
Preaching at 11 a. m. and C:30 p.
m. by the pastor, Rev. J. T. Curry.
It is very important for all the mem
bers to be present at the morning ser
vice. Everybody is cordially invi
ted. CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN.
Rev. J. T. Barbee failed to reach
hereto hold service as announced
last Sunday. Rev. Mr. Wiggington,
pastor of the Liberty church, will
preach at 11 a. m. and 0:30 p. in.
The sacramental service will be held
after the morning service.
Mrs. Levi P. Morten's doll took
the prize at the New york show as
the doll dressed in prettiest evening
costume and sold for $S0. Mrs.
Harrison's doll sold at auction for
$HH), while Sadie Martinot invested
!?11."in the mimic lady dressed by
Mrs. (irover Cleveland.