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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE.-
, JUNE a), 1891
IS WATERPROOF, 1 c.
A HANDSOME POLISH. I Bhoaiean
a Leather preser vfeR. f
NO BRUSHING REQUIRED: J -dlul-
uiwu ur roan, women ana cnuarmi.
Why Alloa, when did yra Ret a Walnnt ildnboard t
When t . NeTer. just ihia moment finished traru
farming onr old Oheetnut one to Walnut, to make it
correspond with oat other furniture. Did it with
. Sold BTerywhere.
WOLFF h RANDOLPH. Philadelphia.
rlK-UON will Main ilanwara as well at aid
board, and wuTlaoQuer tinware.
l - 'WU
W. L DOUGLAS
$r 3B ' :r" 11ml other special.
Z J. Sa ft "" !' fT Ucntlciiien.
J (J Vi lm lj,!ies.ete.,nn.'var-
runted, and so stamped 011 Imttom. Addrea
W. L.DOL'CJLAsS, Ui iielitnn, .1Tn.. bolJby
FINE SHOW OASEi
43Ask Tor cataloruS.
TERRY M'F'G CO.. Nashville. Tenn.
X 1rtin : ...
vi-r.?-J. 1 111a nrpmrniion.witn-
"i11 I out injury, removes
Pimples, Black-1 leads, Sunburn
and Tan. A few applications will ren
der the most Btubbornlv red ekin soft.
Huaooth and white. Viola Cream is
not a paint or powder to coyer defects,
but a remedy to cure. It' is superior to
all other preparations, and is guaranteed
t'j n o Htiuiucuu.ii. ai uruggisis or mail
ed for CO cents. Prepared by
Toledo. Ohio. G. C. BITTXEU A CO.
ULI1IC t:iy ('nix-Is. Brushes
I CO PER CENT net on
i!.ii!i'sfroo, Write now. l)r,
iiiiiii,::, I !nialvay, M'W lurk.
Packiga maX- ii ilimw. IK-Ir-i u, DptrKiinK, an. I
UHWti.liia. .-.ii l.y nil lieilem A beautiful Picture
B.xik and cant, snt HI !: to nny one funding
tddroaa t tun U. I:. I1IUKS CO., PhiUuelphia, Pa.
Hawaii's Active Volcano.
News conies from Honolulu that
the volcano is exceptionally active.
Fiery fountains of liquid lava are
playing to a great height. The
area of the great break-down which
engulfed Ilale-maunau, Dana lake,
New lake, fourteen or fitteen blow
holes and the blulls surrounding the
pits was described by Professor Brig
ham as 3,000 feet by 2,500, forming a
pit with an estimated depth of 500
feet, tho sides being perpendicular.
Three weeks after the collapse the
lava began to reappear, and by April
20 it had risen in" the pit about 100
feet, virtually forming a lake of
liquid lava 230 to 300 feet in diame
ter. The level of this lake is now re
ported to be rising and falling as
much as CO feet within an hour, a
most splendid sight.
It is interesting to know something
of the details and labor connected
with the production of these handy
adjuncts to .the laboratory. The glass
is blown into a sphere about a meter
in diameter, shllicierK metal being
taken to give the required thickness,
as the case may be. Disks are then
cut out from this sphere with the aid
of a pair of compasses having a dia
mond at the extremity of one leg.
There is a knack in detaching the
disk after it has been cut. A good
workman will cut 0,000 glasses iu a
English Spavin Liniment remove's
all Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps
and blemishes lrom horses, JJlood
Spavin, Curbs, Splints, lling Bone,
Sweeney, Stilies, Sprains, Sore and
Swollen Throat, Coughs, ect. Save
$")0 by use of one bottle. Watrante
the most wonuertul Blemish Cure
ever known. Sold by Uitchey A
Mohammedan Marriage Ceremony.
Instead of the ridiculous words that
bride and bridegroom are made to
utter by the established church mar
riage f-crvice, I would suggest the
substitution of the words in the Ma
hommedan marriage ceremony. The
bride says : stand here in the
presence of God, and'all w ho are as
sembled, to unite my heart to your
heart, and my destiny to your des
tiny, and to be called by your name."
The bridegroom repeats the same
words, omitting "to be called by
II UVK LF.B ER It Y.
There' a light iu tin; window for me,
To ennhlo mv ers to M'e
That the other fellow's got there iilieud,
And I'd better go home to my folding
For the evening is cold for three.
Under the Dakota statutes a man
w!io robs n stage can be sent to pris
on for life. If lie attacks but fails to
get any plunder, he can bo sentenced
to half a lifetime. In a case where a
judge figured that fifteen years was
half a life, the Supreme court has up
set the sentence, figuring that nine
teen years, tseven months and four
days is the correct figure.
After all, the way to know the real
merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla is to try
it yourself. Be sure to get Hood's.
The fastest mile man has traveled
by various methods of locomotion is,
to date, as follows: Swimming,
2G:52; walking, .0:23; snow shoes,
5:39J; rowing, 5:01; running, 4:121;
tricycle, 2:4!) 2-5;. bicycle, 2:29 4-5;
Skating, 2:12 3-5; trotting horse, 2:083;
running horse, 1:35; railroad, 0:40J;
balloon, pneumatic tube and electric
ity records are yet to be made.
One hundred and fifty (150) worms
from two doses of Dr. Tenner's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup. See, his circular
Money refunded if satisfaction not
given. For sale by J. D. Tate & Co.
"Overproduction of inferior prod
ucts causes some men to fail as far
mers." If everybody determined to
try to produce . first-class live stock
and crops, everybody would be ben
Headache and Neuralgia like a
dream fades away under the magic
influence of Megiimiue. Free sam
ple on application. The Dr. White
hall Megrimine Co., South Bend,
Ind. For sal' by W. II. Fleming.
Two or three poles, fifteen to twen
ty feet long set up at as many con
spicuous points in the cornfield, and
a barrel inverted on top i;f each is
said to be an initialing protection
against even the best educated crow.
THE DEST world, THE LATEST IMPROVED
With Non-Friction Cotton Box and Llnter AttneW
ment, New Automatic Apron Fender and Cabinet
Condenser. Hnna very liRht. lu Punt. Make
Kino Sample. Two BruHh liollH on all Vint, insnrlni;
Steady Motion. No Ctioktiitf. no breaking tho Roll.
Patent Flange Brush Sticks, keeping tho SawB Free
and Clean when Ginning Damp seed Cotton. Every
Mtie.tilne Fnlly Cluarantrru. Delivered Freight
Free at the following Prices: Gin, ft.'l.oo prr aaw
Feeder, $1.00 per aa w Condenaera, $1.00 x-r aaw.
We also mamtfarlurt Sana, Ribt nni othrr matrrtalt for repair
ing Vint of other mnkeri, at grttit'.y rrdwoi pricu.
THE BROWN COTTON CIN CO., New London, Conn.
Sir be next ttjuue of tlila paper.
Do Not Fail to Visit Tiifc Mammoth
of FRANK GIVENS, 228 N. COLLEGE St,
Where you will see displayed the handsomest stock of Bedroom Suits, Parlor Sets, Ward-
Lounges, Extension Tables, aud every article kept in a first class Furniture House,
at prices ldwer than can be found elsewhere, and every article warranted to
be just as represented. Special inducements offered to merchants.
MR. A. M. ST. JOHN has permanently connected himself with us, and will
be glad to see all his friends and will take great pleasure in waiting on them
and showing them that he can make it to their inserest to see our goods aud
get our peices. All mail orders will receive the most prompt and careful attention.
No. 228 IT. College St., - . Nashville, Tenn.
The Peoples National Bank of McMinnviile
AUTHORIZED DEPOSITORY OF STATE FUNDS.
CAPITAL, - - $55,000.00.
EXTRACT OF BEEF
is known mound the world iind has
liitely been curried into "Ofirkest
Afririi" by Sou. ley. It is unap
proachable for i-iuity, llavnr n ml
beneficial elVeeis. As l'.etf Tea, de
licious and refri'sbiiitr. Indispensa
ble in Improved and Kconon.ic
B$$S HAIR BALSAMS
raOfiWJl?; Cloinwi and beautifii the
fcXi-rii - f l'r"'il'i luxuriant growth.
f'--?n' - loK Never Fail, to Koitoro Gray
Ki Vv-il; '! Ha" to Youthful fjlor.
VVJIlC! Cure. oalp di.fan-i ii hair miliiifc
g'.'lj .VicaniUlmlal rni?gil
l'tte Parker. UillKur Tonic. Jl rurvH the w.tr.i Couh,
Vt'eak l.iiniffl, Di-hiiity, Inili-fcHtion, rain,Takc intiine.5UclJ.
HINDERCORNS. The ony mrr curf for Conn.
Btopi ailuaiu. lis. at iJruiaU, ur 111SCUX a CO., H. Y.
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J irnch nny tun ly ii.fr!lip.-m p, rM,n ,,( rji,.f
nll.-r hi.lni.tlnn.wlll work iiidu.lriouily,
i In. iv In I'Hn: 'Ihn-. IhiihM.nil llnll.r.
-arinOi-tr -.i .... HOp..iOii-p-vi-rtlii.v llvp.l w ill nWifurni.h
thp iitiMtin tr -in:.,..vit)i-ut,Nt litrh y..u run nni r Iti.i huh .imt.
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h.vp tlrvii ly t.nviit mmiI ,irnviili il witli tin'li in. ,ii n i.i.L.
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For headache?, biliousness, consti
pation, dizziness, sleejilessness, the
blues, scrofula, the blood and all skin
eruptions Dr. Fenner's lilood anil
Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic
never fails.. Warranted to satisfy or
money refunded. For sale by J. D.
Tate iV Co., McMinuville, Tenn.
The Seal Secret.
"Tell me not of your doubts and
discouragements," said Goethe; "I
have plenty of my own. But talk to
me of your hope and faith." The
tone of complaint is one which we
are all too ready to accept, and which
is not only injurious to ourselves but
hurtful to all who come in contact
with us. In speaking of a young
woman who had filled several good
positions, but with no degree of suc
cess, an elder woman said: "She
could have kept either position and
earned a good income if she had not
been so dissatisfied. She was con
tinually finding fault, and never felt
that she was appreciated."
It may be safely said that this atti
tude of mind is one that almost pre
determines failure in any line of
work. Patience under adverse cir
cumstances will often bring about
favorable results, while complaint
only accentuates and fixes the cause
of complaint. Avoid mention of the
disagreeable things that may come
into your life. If you cannot be pa
tient you can at least be silent. The
secret of success lies not so much in
knowing what to say as in what to
uioou diseases are terrible on ac
count of their loathsome nature, and
the fact that they wreck the consti
tution so completely unless the pro
per, antidote is applied. 13. B. 13.
(Botanic Blood Balm) is composed
of the true antidote for blood poison.
Its use never fails to give satisfaction.
l)r. Fennel 's C'nunh Honey will re
lieve any cough in one hour. Equal
ly g -nd for burst's. (Jiven energy and
strength. Mom-v ivfunded it satis
faction not given. For sale by J. I).
Tate t Co.
A scarcity ot corn is always follow
ed by a sea icily of Ik j, ns the far
mers have to rush tinir stock off to
save feeding it. The iwxt full corn
crop then nni"! Ho ricr of boos to
the top nutch, tis ev.-rv one wants to
buy to "stuck ii;.." i iuuil cmps will
make high in itvs lor hoit-j this year
and the farmer who lias held on to
good lot of brood sows is in luck.
The school childn f New York
City have declared in favor f the
the golden rod over i he rose for the
State flower by l.'!,ltM tntijority in
total vote of H l."i;
Read, bo convinced, invest, and
get well quickly.
How many continue to suffer from-year
to year from the effects of blood poison!
Some seem to get possessed of the insane
idea that there is no cure. Yet nature has
provided a cure for every ailment. There
are herbs of such sure healing virtue that,
rightly used, they will eradicate every
trace of blood poison from the system.
These herbs are blended in the composi
tion of Dr. John Bull's isarsaparilla, a
remedy that has restored to health more
victim of inherited and contagious blood
disease than all other medicines put to
gether. Don't suH'or longer, but give this
remedy, a trial, it it did not excel in
curative virtue the many so-called blood
medicines that are commonly found in
drug stores, we would never spend one
cent to advertise it. Our object is to re
lieve suffering humanity, and every bottle
sold proves this to bo a fact. Mrs. Robert
A. A bite, of Carrollton, Ky., writes :
" I inherited scrofula. The disease did not
develop until after I wns married. ' The
elands of niv neck became find remained
swollen and uwe me great pain. I had mis
erable health and looked consumptive. I
begun a use of Dr. Bull's Sarsaparilla, and
ha rin less Pnston's
Little Horace was telling his
grandmother what he had learned in
Sunday-school. "Adam was the first
man, Methusaleh was the oldest man,
Job was the most patient man, Mo
ses was the worst man" "Why,
Horace!" "Yes'm, he was. He
broke all the ten commandments at
Cup's in fifteen miniiti"
ore I had used a dozen bottle the swell
ings disappeared, and l gained in nesn, ana
I am now in splendid health ; thanks to this
one remedy alone."
Alfred Connors. Memphis, Tenn., writes!
" I was born an Invalid. From my earliest
recollection, I suffered from eczema. My
CAN BE CURED.
limbs would become Inflamed and looked
almost liko raw beef, and the Itching was
terrible. I know my parents doctored ine
a great deal, but I never knew what It was
to be free lrom sullering. A year ago (1 am
now 1H) I visited my uncle up in Indiana,
and be eot me to try Dr. Hull's Sarsnpnrilla.
After using a few bottles I was surprised to
find the itching ceased, and shortly nfter
my skin neaied overana became clear, isow
I look and feel as well as anybody, aud I
cannot praise Bull's Karsaparilla enough."
Marv rowers, f orest l ity. Ark., writes
"I guttered from salt-rhcum and my hands
were in a terrible condition. My head also
was full of sores, and 1 nad many lance Mm
pics on my face. I am happy to write that
Hull s tsnrsaparina nas cured metnorougu
ly. I used about 15 bottles."
J. F. MORFOKD, S. L. COLVILLE.
J. C. BILKS, J. CM. ROSS.
W! C. WOMACK, J. A. ROSS.
J. F. MORFORD, President.
J. C. BILES, Vice President.
FRANK COLVILLE, ...Cashier.
C. M. MORFORD, v Assistant Cashier.
Docs a Goner.il Banking - Business, Deposits Solicited
for mm OR BEAST
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t?,7 i :-r-.i eti fr nan-
Li O b J (a J a si h &di3 w Civ
if he doesn't keep SAPOLIO in stock. No city store is
without it. The great grocers of the country handle no
other scouring soap because the best housekeepers will
not use cheap imitations which are liable to do damage
far greater than the little saving in cost. If your store
keeper does not keep SAPOLIO tell him to wake up. If
he offers you something' else when you ask for SAPOLIO
tell him to be wise and deal in genuine-goods.
n m:m to nave
SMOKE of Leaves,
Barks, Saturated Paper,
and Pastiles WILL
ELIMINATES and DESTROYS tht
POISON. It Is a SPECIFIC and
or months of treatment, nor anv clap-trap or nonsense resorted to,
one RufTerinK from Asthma to TRY A FEW DOSES of Astbmalene
ASTHMA- ASTHMA is
is caused by a specific poison in
the blood (often hereditary),
J No long list of
J answers required
We only aik. any
eK Uriaf Sottfe to UfioAe cBuf f er
ina eJrom fftiA TcrriSfc MaPaSy.
2?SEND us your name on a postal card and we will mail sp"!
enough ol Dr. raft s Astbmalene to show its power over the dis
ease, stop the spasms and give a good night's rest, and prove to you
(no matter how bad your case) that ASTHMALFNE CAN CURE
ASTHMA) ad yu need no longer neglect your business or sit in a chair all night
gasping lor breath for fear of suffocation. Send us vour full name and post-office
address on a postal card. THE DR, TAFT BROS., MEDICINE CO., ROCHESTER, N. Y.
BRYANT k STRATTOM Business College
HokKeeping,ShortlIand, Penmanship, te.n 0fll I f? IfV
Write for Catalogue and full information.
eafMany Hide children's lives nro snrrl
fleed by neirleotlnR to Rive them Dr. John
Hull's Worm Destroyers. They ouly cost
B-'My wife wa long afflicted with chills.
Quinine did nut agree with her. so we tried
8ml th ' Tunic syrup. Two buttles made
her well. V. ('. l.-e, KigU-e Valley, Miss.
Jonx D. I'akk A Sons, Yholfa1r Agent,
ITj, 177 and 17a Sycamore SU, Cincinnati, O.
"I III IU! 1 Mil" i 1 MM III I III