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SOUTHERN STANDARD -MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSER-SATUR DAY, AUGUST 8,1891.
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I FVFfiV Housewife
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EVEHY Csrrirjo Owner
EVERY Thrifty Mechanic
EVERY Body abl; to hold a brush
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Vk'iu. stain Daov Coach
WOiir ft RANDOLPH, Phlltwlelphi.
Ask my agents for W, V. Douglas Shoes.
If not for snl In your pi nee auk your
denier to aend for cntalogue, secure the
ugenry, ana get in em lor you.
CTTAHE KO SUBSTITUTE. -43
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE CENTLtfl EN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY P
It la a seamless shoe, with no taoki or wax thread
to hurt tbe feet; made of tbe best flue calf, stylish
and easy, and because we make more ehoet of thit
iraae twin any otntr mamtfacturer, it equal band
pewed shoes costing from S4.U) to BS.UO.
(te 00 Genuine Hand-sewed, the finest calf
shoe ever offered for 5.00 1 equals Frencli
liuporieu mines lvnica cost rrnm &s.w v B12.UU.
CA 00 Hand-Hewed Welt Shoe, One calf,
JJ stylish, comfortable and durable, Tbe bent
fhoe ever olTerod at this price t same grade at out-torn-made
shoes costing from $6.00 to $9.00.
CO 30 Police Hhoet Farmers, Railroad Men
H9m and Letter Cnrrlorsnll wear them; Hue calf,
N-uiiuumi, .iihkhu. Miami), lieavj mreo soies, eXieU1
slon edtre. One Dalr will wear a vear.
P f 50 fine calf no better shoe ever offered at
!. this price; one trial will convince those
who want a shoe for comfort and service.
AO 5M nnil hi. 00 WorkiiiEinnn's shoes
i mm are very strong and durable. Those who
have Klvou them a trial will wear no other make.
t)Aii(l HS'i.OO nnd 91,75 Bchool shoes are
UUi S) worn by the boyseverywhere; they sell
on their merits, ns the Increasing sales show.
I orllOC Hnnd-newed shoe, best
kCIU ICO UoiiKola, very Btylish; equalsFrench
Imported shoes costlne f rom 84.U0 to SCO).
I, adieu' 2.30, Si.00 nnd 91.73 shoo for
Hisses are the bent Hue Uongola. Htyllsh uud durable
('mil Ion. See that W. L. Douglas name and
price are stamped on the bottom of each sboe.
W. L. DOUU1AH. Brockton, Mass,
How to Treat Icgersoll.
The following question having been
submitted to a college professor, he
replied in the Albany Journal . from
which we quote:
Dear Professor: Are not Ineer-
boH's arguments unanswerable?
What are you going to do about it?
So you are out half a dollar apiece,
are you? Jo. no: 1 cannot answer
him. Boys, I recall the incident in
ray eager and impetuous youth of
wasting a pound and a half of bird-
shot on a small owl. I followed him
from tree to tree, and shot away as
much as a hatful of feathers, and
when he died of fatigue, I found that
his body wa9 about as large as a rob
in's, and I could put it to no earthly
use. lie was a deceptive target. If
I understand the gentleman from
Peoria, he wishes to liberate youth
from the! incubus . and thraldom of
superstition. That devastating influ
enceof the country clergyman, on
$500 per annum and a donation, is
what worries Itobert, and he pro
poses to cure it and eradicate it for
the trifling pittanceof $250 per
lecture. For the sum of GO cents he
proposes to liberate your mind from
that influence which filtered into
It from the trembling lips of your
mother, and free you from the chains
of superstition loaded upon your soul
by the rough but loving hand of your
father.? 'Of course, he worries abDUt
you more than those old fogies did
for fifty cents. '
You look around you in the city
here andldiscover several millions of
dollars invested in hospitals, semina
ries, asylums, forced on the suffering
community by this same mythical,
miraculous,and superstitious incu
bus of religion. You ask the gentle
man from Peoria where his little pub
lie Institutions are founded by his pe-
age isjaway from God. The problem
is, How to get back?
God wants us to come back to him.
He has no pleasure in the captivity
of the wicked.
We must desire to return. God
will not force us to return against our
The foundation of return must- be
sorrow for the sin that took us away
We shall need his help to regain our
lost position. It was to render this
assistance that Jesus Christ dwelt on
earth and died on Calvary.
Since we are condemned to captiv
ity because of broken law, we must
have the pardon of the Law-giver to
We cannot purchase pardon or
merit it, but we can have it freely by
believing In Christ and asking for it
in his name.
The sinner is a long way off from
God, but the journey back is a quick
one If he takes the right road.
What a gracious God, that he pro
vides a way for his banished children
to return to him. What strange chil
dren, that so many of them have no
desire to return.
There is no hope for anything but
misery in bondage of sin; there is cer
tainty of happiness in the presence of
Cause and effect are nowhere more
sure; sin and sorrow are root and
fruit so are righteousness and joy.
Repent and be saved. Come away
from Babylon. The gates of the new
Jerusalem wait to open for you.-
You cannot build a ladder long
enough to reach to heaveu, but you
can enter at one step through Jesus
Christ. "I am the Way, the Truth,
and the Life; no man cometh unto
the Father, but by me."
A Sermon on Push.
THE BESTS THE LATEST IMPROVED
Do Not Fail to Visit the Mammoth
of FRANK G1VENS, 228 N. COLLEGE St,
Where you will see displayed the lmndsomest stock of Bedroom Suits, Tarlor Sets, Ward
robes, Side Boards, Hat Racks, Chiffoniers, Book Cases, Desks, Folding Beds, Sofa
.uouiikcs, EiAieusiiiir xauies, ana every arucie Kepi in a nrst ciass f urniture 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 ulnd to see all his friends and will take great pleasure in wailing on them
and show ing them thxt he can make it to their iuserest to see our tfoods and
get our peices. . All mail orders will receive the most prompt and careful attention.
ZF-iHSnK: GKETTIE ZESTS,
No. 228 N. College St., - Nashville, Term;
The Peoples national Bank of McMinnvillp
AUTHORIZED DEPOSITORY OF STATE FUNDS;
When Cousin Will was at home
for vacation, the boys always expect
ed plenty of fun. The last frolic be-
lore ne went uacK to his studies was
a long tramp after hazlenuts. As
they were hurrying along in high
glee, they came upon a discouraged
looking man and a discouraged look
ing cart. The cart was standing be
fore an orchard. The man was try
ing to pun it up lull to ins own
house. The boys did not wait to be
invited, but ran to help with a good
will. "Push! push!" wa3 the cry
The man brightened up; the cart
trundled a3 fast as rheumatism would
let it, and in five minutes they all
stood panting at the top of the hill
"uoiigea to ye," saia the man.
"You just wait a minute;" and he
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TITT Tiromrntinn witli --""j uunieu imu me uuu., w nut; two ui
out in jury removes and creates a freakthe livin& skele- three pink-aproned children peeped
ion, ui mi woman, iue iwu-neautu gut. Of thedoor.
girl. So there is about one inhdel to "Now, boys,"
a million sane men.
icular teachings, and he says, in an
absent minded manner, "Fifty cents
at the door."
Hoys, you see sometimes a poor
man's funeral procession with a dem
ocrat wagon, and a little coffin in it
so small you can carry it under your
arm. A poor couple walk behind it
with breaking hearts. Their hearts
are broken. Oh, if we only had Bob
there to tell them about liberty and
myths and miracles for fifty cents
how it wnnlfl fheer them un
v e,$ FAIUIU liut you say, "There are so many
flylll'iRHBRA's infidels." Boys, you are mistaken.
lULA'UREAWl 3 an aonormal growth.
xxaiure ieeis iunny once in a wniie,
FOR SALE BY
SV1. ROSS & SON,
lar r uuu mil
""eui: Freckles. ftvcr-Mntai.
Pimples, lilack-IIeads, Sunburn
ana lan. A lew applications will ren
tier the moRt ntuhbornlv red akin soft..
f-mooth and white, Viola Cream is
not a paint or powder to cover defects.
but a remedy to cure. It is superior to
all other preparations, and 13 guaranteed
to give satisfaction. At druggists or mail
ed lor 5U cents. iTepared by
Toledo. Ohio. G. C. BITTNEB A CO.
Thousands of dollars worth of
diickens are destroyed by Cholera
every year, it is more fatal to them
than all other diseases combined.
But the discovery of a liquid remedy
that positively destroys the Microbes
has been made. Half of the young
chickens are killed by Microbes
before they are fryers. A 50-cent
Dome is enougn lor 100 cmckens.
it is guaranteed, it, alter using
two-thirds of a bottle you are not
satisfied with it as a cure for Chol
era, return it to the druggist from
whom you purchased it, and he will
relund your money.
For Sale by W. II. FLEMING.
fflftOO.OO rrnr I. h.lnit mtl bv John It
Gnndn in, l r.'.N.Y.,t ..ik for In. lli)r.
j.u inn, him nuiKr a. ntUCn, Dili Ca
t-Arh youqtiirklr how to rani from & ia
$ 10 d.y mi Ihe ttirl, and more ..you ro
on. otb .el., all In dt ,rt of
Xmwet, tou en commence nt honi.,
iiig all vour tltm'.or ire mum.nt. onlvtn
Ihe work. All U new. (;rel ay M UK for
evenr worker. We alert vou.romthhif
verrlMnr. KASII.Y, M'KV.HII.V learned.
1'AKI li l LAWS Fiil- r". A'l.lrrn at onre.
fnTTT d T A 'P'h,7 r,"T b" f'"W on me at rvaA.
"- J-u r. Unwell i (Jo's NewHOanet
Advertilna IlunMiu ' '-.oniceS. whet ndverTiHn
cuutmcu uw Im u.o lor 1; I.VSEW roitlU
The most of these noisy fellows are
amateur infidels. They talk Inger-
soli in fair weather and pray them-
selves'hearse every time it thunders.
A well developed case of cholera
morbus will knock their infidelity out
of them, and leave them in a cold
sweat like a china dog in an ice
house. I know them. The most of
them are like Ihe boy who runs
away lrom home and comes back to
to stay with father nights.
Then, again, boys, take a look
around you when you invest another
nay cents lu noerty, and compare
the crowd with the kind of people
you find in almost any church. Is it
the odor of sanctify you smell?
Hardly, hardly. But you can eat
peanuts there, and choke on the
shells, while you applaud the funny
jokes about heaven where you know
iu your hearts you hope your mother
is, or hear the humble Nazarene rid
iculed, who you thiuk, and always
will think, gave a home to your
weary old father when he left the
Yes, boys, his arguments are unan
swerable, and 1 thins the seasons
will come along, and the churches
will continue to bloom, and all nature
will most exasperatingly and calmly
periorm her junctions, 11 nooert is
not answered. You know, when the
first steamer crossed the Atlantic, a
great pnuosopner was delivering a
most conclusive argument to prove
that by no possibility 'could a steam
vessel cross the ocean, and that pro
voking steamer came snorting and
sizzingand spurging right into the
harbor. Boys, so will God's foolish
children go right on praying and
preaching and dying and going to
heaven in spite of argument.
e are in captivity, tvuan is our
captor. Sin is the chain which binds
This chain binds us all, and none of
us are without sin.
He who is held in the devil's bond-
said Cousin Will,
"tnis is a small thing, nut 1 wish we
could all take a motto out of it, and
keep it for lilje. TushH It is just
the word for a grand, clear morning
11 anybody 13 in trouble, and you
see it, don't stand back push!
"Whenever there's a kind thing,
pleasant thing, whether it is your
own or not, whether it is at home or
in town, at church or at school, just
help with all your might push!"
Those who deny the doctrine of
God's particular providence, necessa
rily limit the power and perfections
of God. If men could interfere with
the final purposes of God, it would
overthrow an we have learned in
the Bible of the omnipotence, omnis
cience, and omnipresence of God
which arc among his distinguishing
attributes. Herod could not destroy
the infant Saviour, because God had
purposed otherwise. The Jews
watched the gates of Damascus to
take Paul, that they might kill him
but their efforts were in vain, for
Paul was a chosen vessel to bear the
gospel to the people of Antioch
Derbe, Lystra, Berea, Athens, Cor
inth and Macedonia; and as these
places had not yet been visited no
plans of the Jews to thwart the di
vine purposes could possibly succeed
The doctrine is full of comfort to the
believer. God has promised to sav
him, and no earthly power can inter
lere with the divine purpose anc
promise. If the Christian only keeps
his eye on Jesus, he may confidently
believe that the eyes which fell on
Mary from the cros rest on him also
To Nervous Debilitated Men.
If you will send us your address
we will mail you our illustrated pam
phlet expiaing all aiout J)r. Dye'
ueieorateti Electro- oitaic ueit anc
Appliances, and their charming ef
fects upon the nervous debilited sys
tern, and how they will quickly re
store you to vigor, and manhood
Pamphlet free If you are thus af
flicted, we will senu you a Bolt and
Appliances on a triia
Voltaic Belt Co.,
i Q 1 0 1 mil
mi l Dlouounta.
With Non-Frtct Ion Cotton Rox nnd I.lnter Attach
ment, New Aiitomutlc. Apron Feeder unrt Cabinet
Condenser, lluna very llht. Glim Fast. Makes
Fine iSimi pie. Two Brush Hulls on all (ana, lnmirlnii
Sternly Motion. No Clmkinc, no l.reaklntf the Koll.
I'atent Flange Brush sticks, keeplmr the Saws Free
nnd Clean when UlnnliiK Damn seeil Cotton. Every
Machine Fully Guarnntrrd. Delivered FrrluM
Krre nt the following 1'rloos: Glim, $,1.00 per saw.
Feeder, $1.00 pt-r saw t'onilriiwra, $1.00 tcr taw.
It'e abo mnnufarl urrSiiivt, Kiln nut olhrr mntrrinlt for repair.
nif; uini nr omer miimi, ui frriray rrtiuern prices.
COTTON CIN CO., Now London. Conn.
ti rieu next lusue of tills pupcr. fiA
F. MORFORD1 S. L. COLVILLE.
J. C. BILKS, J. C. M. ROSS.
W! C. WOMACK. J. A. ROSS.
J. F. MORFORD, President.
J. C. BILES Vice President.
FRANK COLVILLE Cashier.
C. M. MORFORD, Assistant Cashier.
Docs a General Banking Business, Deposits Solicited
1 for omasa, fever, biliousness,
HEADACHE AND ALL
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
PREPARED BY RICHARD50H-TAYLCK MED.CO. ST.LOUiS MO.
"While You Wait,"
MERE ARE MANY
To clean tombstones.
To polish knives.
To clean dishas.
To renew oil-cloth.
To scrub floors.
To whiten marble.
To renovate paint.
To wash out sinks.
To remove rust.
To brighten metals.
To scour bath-tubs.
To scour kettles.
EVERYBODY USES IT.
Ventlita to clean false teeth.
Surgeons to poll.h their lintrumenta.
Confectioners to icnur their pans,
Ilochanlra to brighten their toula.
Cooks to clean the kitchen sink.
Painters to clean ell surfaces.
Engineers to clean parts of machines.
Ministers to renoTats old chapels.
Sextons to clean the tombstones.
Hostlers on brnssea and white horses.
Artists to clean their palattcs.
Wheelman to clean bicycles.
Iloiif nmaldi to scrub marble floors.
Chemists to remove some f tains.
Cat vors to aharpen their knives.
Fhrewil ones to scour obi straw b.tl
Soldiers to brlphtcn their nrins.
ivouovutors to clenn curpuu.
EVERY ONE FINDS A NEW USE.
SMOKE of Leaves,
Barks, Saturated Paper,
and Pastiies will
ASTHMA. ASTHMA is
is caused by a specific poison in
the blood (often hereditary).
ELIMINATES and DESTROYS thi I lHliLl ii k"- hloUt0 long list of
POISON. Hi..wrpiHs..J ff 'ISji tZj Vm ' i'fquirtJ
or months of treatment, nor anv clap-trap or nonsense resorted to. We only ask any
one suffering from Asthma to t"RY A FEW DOSES of Asthmalene. We make
A MaP Sol-tfe to HfioAe buffer
ing eJrorr fRiA crricfe Mafaely.
tSTSEND lift Vfllir TlJlTTlP rtrt fl Tnctnl nrxrA fnA i.m tirlll moil F3 TTl I : J I
enough of Dr. Tuft's Asthmalene 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 ASTHMAI FMF RAM CURE
ASTHMAi and you need no longer neglect your businets 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, J AFT BHOS., MEDICINE CO., ROCHESTER, N. Y.
BRYANT & STRATTON Buss College
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