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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, JULY 8, ,89i.
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LACK INC '
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Other day" w:: : it their;
EVEKY Countinj Room.
EVEHY Carriago Owner
EVERY Th.-iftj Kb-nia
EVERY SoJy abl: vj hold a brush
T3ES 0 'I ' w
$ 'Afr rr o-r 7TtV 7
Will tT.i Olo 4 "iv ruiiiTmx ' onrf
Wi-;. r.-.u:i cuao amo ciiNA'jtfAna Farnf'
WILL CT..1N Vl.CVAriJ l ' 'l"
. Will Otm.-i vn.i Ol-i 0snf:T iwijn''
WGli-'V ! RANDOLPH. Philadelphia.
Ak my ngenta for W. L. Douglai Shorn.
IT not for anl In your place nuk your
dealer to aenil for catalogue, secure the
agency, aid set them for yon. r
UTTAKE KO 8UBSTlTUTE.ua
WHY IS THE
. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE cePerm EN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It Is a seamless bo, with no tacka or wax thread
to hurt the feetj made of the best lino calf, gtyllxtt
and easy, and because w make more shots of this
trade than any other manufacturer. It equals hand
sewed shoes costliiK from $4,110 to 85.U0.
QC IMHJennliip Hnnd-newed, the finest calf
PJm shoo ever ottered for $5.(10 1 equals French
Imported shoes which cost from giiMto irj.nu.
CiA OW II anil-Sewed Welt Shoe, lino calf,
stylish, comfortable and durable. The best
fhoe ever ottered at this price; sumo rado as custom-made,
shoes costing from $6.00 to (num.
30 I'olire Slioet Farmers, llullrond Men
4 and Letter Carriers all wear them; llnecnlf,
seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three toles, exten
sion ed)to. One pair will wear a year.
CO 50 fine onlft no better shoe ever offered at
HfGtm this price; one trial will convince tliono
who want a shoe for comfort and service.
CO 3 nud 8'i.OO Woi'kliiEiiiun'H shoes
j?Cm are very mroiiK nnd lurable. Thoso who
li n o plvcn them a trial will wear no other make.
BaVCI nml 1.7. seliool shoes aro
worn bv the bovseverv where: thevsell
on their merits, in the Increasing sales show.
S filttt 34)0 MoiKl-iewed shoe, best
fca4U ICO LioiiKola, very stylish; equals l'ruueu
Imported shoes costlimfrom (4.i) to ffi.ui.
l.ndii'H' Vi.50, NJ.00 nnd SI. 7 5 shoe for
MNtesnre the best fine Uongola. styllRh and durable.
Cunt ion. Sec that W. L. DoukIbs' name und
price are stamped on the bottom of each shoe.
V. L. UuL'lil-AS. Urocktuu, Jlasn.
FOR SALE BY
j. c r.1. noss sou,
and Tan. Afrvn-.!
'it the most fstub'ji.n
li. utions will rcn-
rtd Rkia Bolt,
Muooth and white,
not a paint or pow.! r
hut a remedy to cure,
nil other preparation.,
to give eatisfaction. A
e 1 ior 50 cents. Pif
Toledo. Ohio. O. c.
a.: fjrcaia is
t cover defects,
It i:i superior to
!m 1 is guaranteed
: ' .i -.rr-itaorinail'
a re. I hy
$25,000 in Gold!
i!'D HAl-TSDE F?.I3!i;i3
lo Kiil.erilers lo
The Memphis Weekly Commercial,
Whnt will the Cotton Crop of the V. S.
Amount to fur the Season 1S!0-!1 ?
$1,500 in oll to the one milking
the liest Kue".1:.
!w50 in ;iil to tlic one inuUintr sec
I on. I best j'lie.ss.
Hitiiilsoine IvONewonil l'i;ino for thir.l
ijiiSl.OOO in other .ici)iinn:s.
SetnJ postal card lor sample ropy inni
illtistiutetl siipieiiieiit eoiiiainint,' full
h Comir.srclil PcbHslinj Co,,
. 4- Iirect toeuatomei-s from
ZydMi'iti? lieadtinnrterb, at whole-
' ? t --IS.'n 81110 priee. All rimmU
agryj etiarnnteed. No nionev
WS'' .?',rfW'3t!l uskcil until instrument's
VA WU nrc received und fully
iatearibJ tested. Write us lieforo
"'if.. rm imrrhnslnir. An invest.
ii.ent i f 2 cts.may save you many ilollurs. Address
Jasse French Piano I Organ Go.,
Private & sexual Diseases
WE TREAT and CURE
THE BOOK OF LIFE.
DR. PARKER-& CO.
3-iO North ClievrySt. Ksshvillo, Tcnn.
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Tho Extra Session.
It is nonsensical to he questioning
the necessity of a call for an extraor
dinary session of the Legislature.
The blunders and omissions of reg
ular session are so flagrant it is neces
sary to patch up legislation to avoid
the most serious consequences, The
nexcusablo failure of the General
Assembly to reapportion the legisla
tive districts of the State as positive-
y required by the constitution tnakes
an extra session necessary,
Besides, there is the blunder in the
congressional district apportionment
which leaves the county of Se-
quachee out in the cold and deprives
the people of that county of the
right of representation in Congress.
It would be a monstrous injustice to
permit such a wrong to go unreme
died. Then there is the blunder in the
act amending the registration law,
which practically nullifies the election
laws and throws the elective system
of the State into confussion. It is ab
solutely necessary that these laws be
corrected and amended' so as not to
imperil the interests of the people.
It is utterly absurd to talk about
there being no necessity for an extra
session. Unless Gov. Buchanan is
willing to let the State administra
tion ruii oh blindly he can do no less
than convene the General Assembly
in extraordinary session. It would
have been to his credit if ho had
promptly recognized his duty in the
premises nnd decide as Governor ol a
great State to issue a call in due time,
instead of trying to shift the responsi
bility of a decision and action on the
Demorcratic County Committees.
It is true the extra session will take
a good many thousands of dollars out
of the State treasury. It is true all
this expense would have been avoid
ed if the Legislature had done its du
ty and the Governor had not signed
important laws without reading
them. But the evil necessity has
been brought upon the State and
must be met to protect the interests
of the State.
A Little tiirl's Experience in a Light-
Mr. and Mrs. Lorcu Trescott are
keepers of thc-Govemment Light-house-
at Sand Beach, Michigan, and
are .blessed with a daughter, four
years old. Last April she was taken
down with a dreadful Cough and
turning into a fever. Doctors at home
ainl nt Detroit treated her, but in
vain, she grew worse rapidly, until
she was a mere "handful of hones."
Then she tried Dr. King's New Dis
covery iinu after the use of two and a
half bottles, was coniplely etued.
They say Dr. King's New Discovery
is worth its weight in gold, yet you
may get a trial bottle free at llitchey
& Bostiek's Drug Store. 0.
A Bit of History.
Speaking of the demand (Alliance)
for an income tax, as an alleged
Democratic principle, we give the
brethren who assert this a pointer
The Democratic party supported in
1864,1808, 1872 and 137B, candidates
for the Presidency, who had been,
during its existence, strongly opposed
to the tax. Another pointer: The
war income tax was repealed in 1871,
every Democrat in the House and
Senate voting for the repeal, as we
remember, and its chief champions
being Republicans of such promi
nence as Sherman and Morrill. The
bill to repeal the tax passed the Sen
ate hy 20 ayes, 2o nays; the House by
a very close vote, the ayes and nays
not being taken. It is a policy of
revenue that the Democrats may
adopt ; but to say that it is one of the
principles of the party is not accord
ing to the truth of history.
An old physician, retired Iron-
practice, having had placed in his
hands by an Last India missionary
the lormuia ot a simple vegettfblt
remedy for the speedy and perma
nent cure of Consumption. Bronchitis
Catarrh, Asthma and all threat nnd
Lung Aflections, also a positive and
radical cure lor iNervous Debility ant
all Nervous Complaints, after having
tested its wonderful curative powers
in thousands of cases, has felt it his
duty to make it known to his sufle
Ing fellows. Actuated by thi3 motive
and a desire to relieve human sufler
ing, I will send free of charge, to al
who desire it, this recipe, in German
French or English, with full direc
tions for preparing and using. Sent
ny mail hy undressing with stamp
naming this paper, V. A. Xoyks
820 Powers' Block, Rochester, X. Y
One of the items of revenue of
liroulvlvn liridL'e is u vearlv rent:i
- - - o ' v
-l:!.H0' from teloirrnnh and telen
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e )!M)!inies, for allowing their ci
to lie on the iron stringers.
Cii:iph r 1: Weak, tired, noappetite.
I Mi-, i ,l.r rr-t i 1 fr ;i w P Svi ro let 1
Prince of Wales' Income. I
The Prince of Wales' budget con
sists of 100,000 a year from the
Government civil list and the reve
nue of the Duchy of Cornwall,
amounting to from .38,000 to -10,000
a year. The Princess on her mar
riage received a very small dowry
from her father, the poor King of
Henmark, and she would have been
positively poor in her own right had
not Parliament voted her 30,000 a
year. Each of her children, und
there are five of tbem, receives from
the country an annual income of
0,000. Multiplying these sums by
five to get them into dollars, we find
that the revenue of the family is just
about $1,000,000 a year. This ought
to keep even a Prince.but it doesn't.
Every few years Wales' debts must
be paid off by the Government or by
his mother usually by the former.
He keeps up three residences Marl
borough House in London, Sandar
ingham in Norfolk County and
Abergelde in Scotland. These three
residences entail the presence of an
army of retainers care-takers, coach
men and grooms keepers, beaters,
gillies, gardeners and hangers-on. In
dependently of these the household
of the Prince consists necessarily of a
great number of functionaries and
officials, with whom he is bound to
surround himself. He has a comp
troller, a treasurer, three chamber
maids, four equerries in chief and
six others who are supplementary, a
private secretary, a librarian, a su
perintendent of the household with
two assistants, a house and three
honorary chaplains, three house and
five honorary doctors, three surgeons
and a substitute, and a dentist with
a yearly appointment. "In point of
fact," says the London correspondent
of the New York Sun, "the house
hold of Prince of Wales is on the
same,footing as that of a sovereign
with the difference that his civil list
is inferior to every reigning monarch,
with the exception of the King of
Cholera infantum has lost its ter
i ors since-the introduction of Cham
herlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhiea
Remedy. hen that remedy is u-ed
and the treatment as directed with
each bottle is followed, a cure is cer
tain. Mr. A. W. Walter, a promi
nent merchant at Walterburg, III.,
says : It cured my baby hoy of chol
era infantum after several other rem
edies had failed. The child was so
low that he seemed almost hevond
the aid of human hands or reach of
any medicine." 25 and 50 cent bot
tles for sale hy llitchey v Bostick,
Druggists, Alc.uinnville, Tenn.
"Madam, are you a woman suf
fragist?" "No, sir; I haven't time to
be." "Haven't time! Well, if ou
had the privilege of voting, whom
would you support?" "The same
man I've supported for ten years "
"And who is that?" "My husband."
Prestonrs "Iled-Ake" is a specfie
Yes. good measure, pressed down
aud running over.
Some of these little proprietors o sarea
parlllas put up in half-pint bottles are en
vious of the increasing popularity of Dr.
John Bull's Sarsaparilla, put up as it is In
large quart bottles, and intimate thatUieirs
is more concentrated. Tbi is as false as
deceit. can be. A teaspoonful of Bull's
Sarsaparilla contains more concentrated
medicinal virtue than a tablcopoonful of
.any other sarsaparilla made. A bottle of
Dr. John Bull's Sarsaparilla contains six
times the curative virtue of a bottle ef any
other blood purifier made. No exception
is made. Now an invalid wants hU
money's worth. He wants good measure.
Therefore, unless misled through ignor
ance, when his system needs a blood puri-
ficr, when his system needs a tonic, when
his system is brqakin down from blood
impurity or some wasting disease, ho will
demand of his druggist a bottle of Bull's
Sarsaparilla, and on no occasion be per
suaded to take anything that may be off
ered in its stead as being "just as good."
There is no other remedy so good as Bull's
Karsaparilla for such diseases as scrofula,
syphilitic aflections, salt-rheum, itch, ec
zema, pimples, sores, rheumatism, lama
back, swollen joints, uching muscles, nerv
ous weakness, nervous debility, loss of
appetite, loss of flesh, loss of" strength,
sleeplessness, premature old age, etc.
T.H. Woodruli; JeirorsonviUe.Ind., writes :
" for ten years I hud been tut Invalid. I be
came a chronic medicine taker. There Is
not blood remedy or a tonic ndvertlfted
that I did not try. from none f them did
I derive any permanent Rood. I became
discouraged. My system wus full of blood
impurities. My skin was covered in places
with brown patches and little sores. My
muecles had lost their at renin h. 1 was very
weak. My appetite and digestion were mis
erable. I kept growing worse, and worse
until I beqan to uxo Dr. Ftull's Sur.xapuiilla.
I tlieu began to rally at once, and grew
stronger and stronger. I have now used
probably A) bottles, and itf.v improvement
In looks and feeling is so great 1 seem like
another person. I am now well und strong,
and clve the wholo erodit of my recovery to
Dr. Hull's Sarsuparillu.''
ttfTYour children will be more liealtfiv,
hnppy and pretty, if you occasionally givo
them Dr. John Hull's Worm Des-troyers.
Try them. 1'rlce SJ cents.
it-" When you have chills and fever, if
you wnut a s."v' e::re nnd one that does not
tn. t.ail, tike 'nitb's Tonic synip. It
will p; ey.vii i -r thon iiuinlii- or any
o;h'" -1 1 : II .;. -.li.-j :..
IP. i,'. :', Acjentg,
i :'i , I .:n iu.Kiti. C
THE DEST world. THE
THE BROWN COTTON GIN CO., New London. Conn.
ttT Hew uext Issue ot this pttuer.
Do Not Fail to Visit the Mammoth
of FRANK G1VENS, 228 N. COLLEGE St,
Where you will see displayed the linndsomest stock of Bedroom Suits, Parlor Sets, Ward
robes, Side Boards, Hat Backs, Chiffoniers, Book Cases, Desks, Folding Beds, Sofa
i,uuiiKes, uAicuBiun lauies, aim every article Kept in a nrst class furniture House,
at prices lower 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 K'lad to see all his friends and will take Rreat pleasure in waiting on them
and showing them that he can make it to their iuserest to see our goods and
get our peices. All mail orders will receive the most prompt and careful attention.
No. 228 N. College St., - Nashville, Tenn.
The Peoples national
AUTHORIZED DEPOSITORY OF STATE FUNDS.
F. MORFORD, S. L. COLVILLE,
C. BILKS. .1. C M. ltoss.
W! C. WOMACK. J. A. ROSS.
Does a General Banking
VI 9A n ITiIA n ir ii"" . . MJ V, V Y TJ m U
a yf5.good nouse-wiPe.who uses
SPOUO. is well saidrf he mouse
is muzzled inherhouseVTryiband keep
your house cle&nAU grocers keep it-
Cleanliness and neatness about a house are necessary to
insure comfort. Man likes comfort, and if he can't find it at
home, he will seek elsewhere for it Good housewives know
that SAPOLIO makes a house clean and keeps it bright
Happiness always dwells in a comfortable home. Do you
want cleanliness, comfort and happiness? Try SAPOLIO
and you will be surprised at your success.
SMOKE of Leaves,
Barks, Saturated Paper,
and Pastiles WILL
ELIMINATES and DESTROYS the
or months of treatment, nor anv clap-trap
one suffering from Asthma to TRY A
C"SEND us your name on a postal card and we will mail
enough of Dr. Taft's Asthmaienc to show its power over the dis
ease, stop the spasms and give a good night's rest, and provoto you
(no matter how bad vourcase) that A&THMAI FNF CAN TURF
ASTHMA) and you 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 D.R, TAFT BROS., MEDCINE CO., ROCHESTER, N. Y.
BRYANT & STRATTON Business College
JiookKecping,8hortlIand,Fcnmanship,JS:e.n I E? If V
Write for Catalogue and full information.
V ; V'.'. ;-
With Non-Frletion Cotton Itox nnd Mnter Atiueli
inent, New Antoiuulio Apron feeder und t'tiliinet
Condenser. Hun ytry light. ;ii KhkI, Muke
Kino Sample. Two llrusli lioltN on nil a, Insurim
Utemly Motion. No t'lu)kiiiK. no hrenklni: the hull,
l'utent KluiiKe r.rusli KtlcltH, keeping the tSnws free
and Clean when Olnnltnr Dump wed Cotton. Kvery
Maelilne Fully (iiinrantwil. Delivered F-ti;ht
Free ut tlio following l'riees: Gins, $:s.oo wr mwi
Feeders, $1.00 per row Condensers, $1.00 K-r uixvr.
M'e ujo m(ooior(uty .Vmu, Kiln and other materials or rrxiir
inn Huu of other makers, at urentlv reduced vrices.
Bank of McMitinville
J. F. MORFORD, President.
J. C. BILES,- Vice President.
FRANK COLVILLE Cashier.
C. M. MORFORD Assistant Cashier.
Business, Deposits Solicited
lame BwKprain; Etc. . . rROlP
i?nttAg orfE application CURtf CHfJ-r.
ASTHMA. ASTHMA is
is caused by a specific poison in
the blood (often hereditary).
No long list of
or nonsense resorted to. We only ask any
FEW DOSES of Asthmaienc. We make
While You Wait,"
Chaplrro: Strong, cheeiliil, hun