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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE-SATURDAY. OCT 24, ,89i.
Ask my nupnfs for XV. L. rtotiulna Shorn.
.11 not Jor mile in your pliico nsli your
ilonlcr to Nfml for nuilou ue, secure (be
iiKt-nry, mxl en ilirm lor von.
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WHY IS THE
IV. L DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE CENfeMEN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It U a Bcnmless shoe, with no tack or wax thread
to hurt the feet; maile of the -bent flue calf, ntvllsh
and easy, aud becauxe tit mat mora $hor of Ihit
firadt titan any othtr manufacturer, It equals hand
sewed shoes eostlnK from at.UU to (15.110.
Qe 00 (Si'iiiiiiir llanUewrd, the finest calf
shoe ever offered for $!S.0O eouala Freuuh
Import ort shoes which cost from $3.(10 to 12.(10.
Q A 00 llnml-Srwrd Writ Hioe, fine calf,
PTa stylish, comfortable, aud duruble. The best
shoe ever offered at this price nine grade aa custom-made
shoe costlm? from $.0U to tll.UO.
30 I'olice Miori Farmers, Kallroad Men
4s and Lottertarriersall wearthem; lluecnir,
seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, exten
sion eiie. one pair will wear a year.
CO 50 fine cnll't no better shoe evpr offord at
sJJaSa this price; one trial will convluco those
who want u shoe for comfort and service.
CO Ji'id 12.00 U'orkliiiiiiinn'R shoos
As nro very MroiiH and durable. Those who
nave given them a trial will wear no other make.
RCiVC' Si. 00 nml $1.75 school shoes are
UUJO worn by the hoys everywhere; theysell
on their merits, as the Increasing sules show.
9 Sac '!,'-00. lliind-Npwpd shoe, bent
kaUUILO Monola, very stylish; equals French
Imported shoes costing from $l.u5 to .(.
LmliPH 'J.50, -2.00 nuil SI. 73 shoe for
Mlhscs are the best fine Domiola. Stvllsh aud durable.
('notion. See that W. L. Douglas' name und
Drice uro stumped on the Ixittom of each shoe.
V. L. DOUUHS. Brockton, Mass.
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der the most stubbornly red ekin Boft
smooth and white. Viola Cream is
not a paint or powder to cover defects,
but a remedy to cure. It is eupcrior to
all other preparations, and is guaranteed
to give satisfaction. At druggists or mail
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and we can secure pa' nt In less time tliau thoao
remote from 'ahit,j;ton.
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A (tooilwtn,Troy,N.V.,Bt work for ui. Header,
you mny not inne at much but we can
tench you mickly bow to earn from ft to
flU a tiny at tha stnrt, and mora at you to
on. Ituth cie(all aiiti. In any mrt of
merica, you ran C"nitiienca nt borne, gtT
iii it all your litim.nr iiare mnmenta onlrto
.the work. All U nrw. (ireat pay M UK for
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W. L. DAXI.KY, G. P. & Tk Agtr
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:ent. McMi ii u vil It. Te
What halloaed memories, what
holy influences, what infinite tender
ness and resistless love, encircle
with gilded), 'glory this most
ivinelyj inspired and God given
Unwavering in her devotion, in-
mitablein the sweet melodies of the
oving voice, and matchelcss in her
ever failing fidelity to her offspring
next to Ood she has ever been the
mightieH power on earth. The
weeping infant pressed to her besom
falls asleep at the sound of her gen
tle voice, andjsmiles as it dreams of
angels regaling it with heavenly
oys. Childhood distressed leaps for
joy at her approach and flies to her
bosom for refuge. The young man,
trembling on the brink of ruin,
muses for a moment, and the soft
whispers of a mother's prayer leads
him back to reformation.
All ages, in every condition of life,
from the pauper to the king, yield
their willing homage to her resistless
nfluence. She has moulded king
doms, revolutionized empires, civil-
zed and 'Christianized heathen na
tions and peopled earth and heaven.
She is fist in every noble work, first
in every Christian reformation, and
first in the kingdom of heaven. She
was last at the cross, first at the sep
ulchre, and the only one to bathe
the Master's feet with tears.
No puiuttr's brush or poet's pen,
Id justice to her fame,
Hag ever reached half high enough
To write the Mother's name.
Make ink of tats aud molten gems,
And sunbeams miied together,
With golden pen and holy band
Go, write the name of Mother.
In every humble tenant's house,
In every cottage home ;
In marble courts, in gilded halls,
On every palace dome.
On mountains high, in valleys low,
In eveiy land and clime;
Ou every throbbing human heart,
That blessed name enshrine.
Take childhood's lights and manhood's
Celestial canvas given
In beauty trace that name and face,
And hang it up in heaven.
High over towering mountain,
Beyond the stairy skies,
Write it on every glittering-crown,
That's worn in Paradise.
Thence upwards to the Kreat whitfi
'Midst music soft and sweet,
Thank Jesus fur that precious name,
And write it at His feet.
Win. Timmons, Postmaster of Ida-
ville, Ind., writes: "Electric Bitterr
has done more for me than all othes
medicines combined, for that bad
feeling arisiug from Kidney and
Liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer
ana stockman, or same place, says
"lnnu liiectnc liitters to be the best
Kidney and Liver medicine, made
me feel like a new man." J. W.
Gardner, hardware merchant, same
town, says: "Electric Bitters is just
the thing for a man who is all run
down and don't care whether he
lives or dies; he found new strength,
good appetite and felt just like he
had a new lease on lite. Unly 50
cents a bottle, at Ilitchey & Bostick's
Drug htore. z
A Romish Sunday.
St. Louis Presbyterian.
We do not mean a Sunday in
Mexico, for example, where priests
and people go to bull-fights and cock
fights, and gamble, but we refer to
how they do in this country.
The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette
tells us that on a recent Sunday, at
the laying of the corner-stone of a
new church, near that city, "a great
crowd was in attendance, railway ex
cursion trains were run to the scene
of the festivities, and during the day
rack, shooting gallery, wheels of
fortune and other such performances
were being operated, the proprietors
claiming that they were there on
the understanding that one-fourth of
the receipts were to go to the church
A beer-stand was running all day
Thirty-one kegs of beer had been do
nated to the church by brewers, and
this was being sold by a committee
who claimed that the proceeds were
for the benefit of the church. The
exercises conducted bv the priests
did not in any way interfere witji the
saloon and gambling business."
Would anything like this be toler
ated at the laying of the corner-stone
of a Protestant church? Would
Protestants degrade themselves and
disgrace religion rftid insult their
Lord by resorting to or coniving at
such desecration of Sunday in order
to raise money ?
lie said : "My love I am sorry to
disappoint you about the picnic, but
my trotter has a lame foot." That's
nothing We've got plenty of Salva
BITS OF IJfFOnMATIOJf.
There are 42,000,000 Australians.
California had 2,675 giant trees left.
There ore people who still eat minco
Great Britain lias a debt per capita of
Victoria's crown jewels are worth $15,
Americans are the greatest meat eat
ers in the world.
There are more than 250,000 Swiss in
the United States.
Under the law of Moses only 17 offenses
were punishable by death.
Molasses can be brought from Cuba in
a tank vessel for 2 cents a gallon.
The total forest area of the United
States is estimated at 481,704,598 acres.
An English statistician estimates the
world's indebtedness at $150,000,000,000.
Queensland, Australia, owes the largest
national debt per npita $333.46 a head.
An English statistician estimates tlio
world's indebtedneci at $150,000,000,000.
In 20 years there has been no counter
feiting of postage stamps in this country.
Ignorant Hindus believe in a-Cholera
Demon with a head like a huge earthen
The largest library is th Imperial of
raris, which contains over 2,000,000 vol
times. Fifty-three United States Senators have
been chosen by the legislature of New
T'c United States has 637,000,000 gold
coins, and only 411,005,000 of these are
The word nicotine is derived from tho
name of John Nicot, who introduced to
bacco into France.
There are about 2,800 counties in tho
Union, with an average size of about
1,000 square miles.
Of the 2,828 fires in Massachusetts last
year kerosene cauied 255, matches 262,
and electric wires 'A.
The coast line of Alaska exceeds in
length by 8,020 miles that of all the rest
of the United States.
The assessed value of property in Cali
fornia rose from $564,578,300 in 1880 to
$1,112,000,000 in 1890.
The growth of New York is marvelous.
The natural increase of its population
now exceeds 60,000 each year.
No monarchy has ever produced so
many millionaires in so shorft a time aa
the republic of the United States.
The product of gold in the United
States the last 16 years has aggregated
the enormous amount of $572,900,000.
If all parts of the United States wero
as densely populated as Rhode Island, the
population of the country would be 945,
700,000. . .
It is calculated that the expenditure
for liquors and narcotics absorbs the net
proceeds of one day's work of the world
Nearly one-fifth of the entire population
of the United States live in the 50 chief
cities, which have a population of over
Statistics compiled by the Census
Bureau show that the debt of the United
States is now $14.63 per capita as against
38.83 in 1880.
There are now 19,373 newspapers of
different classes in the United States
aud Canada, a net gain over last year's
record of 1,613.
Women are to be admitted to the phar
maceutical profession in Russia. The
Academy of Medicine will open special
courses for them.
Medical statistics prove that it is less
dangerous to life to go on an Arctic ex
ploring expedition than to have an at
tack of pneumonia.
In tho text of the "Encyclopedia
Britannica" there are 19,000 words which
have never been formally entered and
defined in any dictionary.
It is estimated that the wealth of tho
United States now exceeds the wealth of
the whole world prior to tho middle of
the eighteenth century.
The astronomers of to-day confess that
they have no good reason to suppose that
any of the planets, great or small, contain
any sort of organized beings.
After a time sheep may be useful only
for mutton. Woo!, the chemists say, can
be made more cheaply from wood liber
than it can be grown on sheep.
There are 16,000 acres of land in tho
city of Berlin, and less than half are oc
cupied by buildings. There is an averago
of 55 persons to each house in the city.
Don t wager that 10- 10-cent pieces
weigh as much as a silver dollar. They
do not. The superintendent of the Mint
savs they only weigh nine-tenths as
Statistics now show that 500,000,000
of the human race wear clothing, 250,-
000,000 habitually go without clothes,
and 700,000,000 only cover portions of
Tho first census of the United States
was taken in 1790, a year after the foiiu
nation or the uovernment unuer n:e
Constitution, when the aggregate popu
latiou was 3,929,214.
The Brooklyn Bridge took 11 years to
build, cost $15,000,000, and was the first
joint investment of Brooklyn pud New
York. It has been, from every point of
view, a great success.
William L. Marcy, in f. speech in tho
United States Senate, January, 1832, sai',
"They see nothing wrong in the doctrine
that to the victors belong the spoils."" He
didn't express approval of the doctrine.
When the mosque of St. Sophia, i
Constantinople, was built, more than
thousand years ago, the stones and brick
were laid in mortar mixed with a solu
tion of musk, and the building Ins been
frar:mt with the odor ever since.
The Census Bureau has issued a state
ment of the debt of nations, which show
that the total indebtedness of foreign mi'
tioiis is over $25,000,000,000, that, of the
I'liiiisl States $91 5,000,000, andf the
btates aud Territories $223,000,000.
The only Guaranteed permanent
cure for hII forms of headache and
Neuralgia. Believes in l.j to 20 min
utes. A great blood cleanser and
nerve tonic, that in time permanent
ly cures, sold iy w. II. 1'leming,
MeMinnville, Tenn, at .0(1 cents tier
A little incident at a summer re
sort, brought into strong contrast two
different ways of training children.
he mother of a young jnrl, apparent
ly about eighteen, was suddenly sum
moned home, ami the (laughter was
left to pack the trunk and follow on a
ater train. It was a pitiful sight to
see the girl stand, helplessly before
the closets and bureau drawers.
Evidently it was her first experience
in self-reliance. All the boarders were
off on a picnic, save a girl of twelve,
who proffered assistance. She deftly
folded and packed the various gar
ments, not like an expert, but with
excellent judgement and fair degree
of success. "Where did you learn to
do all this ?" asked the other In as
tonishment. "I never packed a trunk
before," was the reply, but mamma
always makes me fold away my own
clothes and says I must think for my
self." The difference in this case was
wholly in the bringing up and not in
the natural capacity of the two girls.
One mother had cultivated depend
ence, by doing everything for her
child. The other had given just
enousrh help to develop self-heln.
Which method prevails in yonr
home ? Congregationalist.
liucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Bheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap
ped llands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles, or no pay required. It Is
guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
money reerunded. Price 2o cents per
box. For sale by Bitchey & Bostick.
The chief ot the department of live
stock at the World's fair now prom
ises to be a woman, Mrs. Virginia C.
Meredith of Cambridge City, ,Ind.
She is a widow who has entire .man
agement of her stock farm, and is
said to be one ol the most successful
the best informed stockbreeders in
the state, owning many valuable
herds of fancy stock.
If your baby is restless while teeth
ing, get Dr. Bull's Buby Syrup ; a
dose of it will relieve the little suffer
er at once. Only 2" cents a bottle.
A. box of Old Saul's Catarrh Cure
is invaluable for catarrh, influenza
or cold in the head.
Is Your Husband Cross?
Perhaps your cooking stovo la
the cause of it.
Well cooked food produces
good digestion end a
An mn (tndiaeattonsa
4 tiwy ittB'j iviinHiww"
I f VnrAft eneiof tkosfl vAolesama CXKra
Ii you Want the Best,
Bav tho Charter Oai.
rr a1 l vir; r- ru
TAKE NO OTHER.
For sale by MeMinnville Hardware Co
IS ITS WORST FORM. 1
Benton, Lap. Co., Win.. Ic., '83.
Eev. J. O. Ecrgrn vouches for the iolliiwim,':
lamps Koonny, who wne lf crlng from St. Vitim'
Luuoe iu Its worst form for nbout l'i years, una
treated by seTernl physicians without pffect;
two bottles ol I'ostor Koenig's Norve 'i'ouio
A .MONTREAL LETTER.
CJTi True Witnrss and Climntcle, Nontrral,
Can., JKihlt.ilied of,t4, 'M: We are in rweipt
of a letter from oneof our well-known citizvns,
Mr. E. Boitvert, who writes ihnt upon recoiu
meudntion of the most Hev. M. SIiiicIibihI, of
Dnmmioiidvillc, he. rtti induced to M! Ii-r taut
moat dreadful of all nervous disease. FITS, a
few bottles of Pastor Koenig's Nervn 1 nnic; ud
Is. find to say thr.t sfter having suffered Jor
eight years is now entirely cured, iiud heartily
recommends nil suflerurs of nervous disoam
to try this reused y.
t"rtf"B"A Valuable Itno on rvc
LULL Ii.eiics hent tree to anv sddn
I Ii I ""d lHM,r ltieiiu can also old
I 1 1 fen Lathis medicine lrt-o of cliurKC
This remedy has been prepared by the Rever
end I'jistorKoeniK.pt 1' rt Wurne.Iud.. since ls;C,
n:id la now prepared im-Icr !dn direction by tlm
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, Ml.
Sold by nni-Nt at "M per Rottl. 6 foi
S5. I.ar-e Nio, 1.7.1. G llotUes for 9.
, in nisi' j
A Household Rsmsdy J
FOR ALL P
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mmr sua 1? 'W Basf la? E I Ii V
r I es mm
It pi j,-,$CnoruLA, ulcers, salt
turm or mJ!(jr.ant SKIN ERUPTION, be
tides being efficacious In toning up the
tystcm and festering the constitution,
when Impaired frcm any cause. Its v
almost supernatural healing properties, (f
justify us In guaranteeing a cure, II
directions nre followed.
BLOOD BALM CO.. Atlanta. Ga. is
and Trnnoif CURED t no kalfst
boukfree. Uri.(ikTliiMT 4 Norsis
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feck's 1NV1MULU TU8UU8 EAR
rilSMlflHS. Whlroers heard. Coin.
farttM. hDrcMaralKBiriIIUnllNrsll. H.1J K. HINrOI,
alt. ! Br'dwai. Nw Isrk. Writ tor swa t( rU fUJb
Cleanioi and beautifies the ti!r.
l'romutcf a luxuriant (rrowth.
Never Fails to Ecstoro Gray
Hair to its Youthful Cilor.
Curt'i tcalp diKnwi a; huir ib.iini
PV-,nd tl.iost IViijrtnH
Weak I .unci, lichllity, Imligeition, rain, Take In time. 40 cu.
HINDERCORNS. The onlr sure em for Corns.
&iui all iuu. ko. at iJrugiiits, or lU'bCUX CO., M. Y.
"By a thorough knowledue of the natural
laws w hich govern the operations of diges
tion and nutrition, and by a careful appli
cation of the tine properties of well-selected
Cocoa, Mr. Epps tuts provided our break
fast tables with a delicately flavoured bever
age which may save us many heavy doctor's
bills. It is by the judicious use of such ar
ticles of diet that a constitution may be
gradually built above until strong enough
to resist every tendency to disease. Hun
dreds of subtle maladies are floating around
us readv to attack wherever there is a weak
point. We may escape many a fatal shaft
by keeping ourselves well fortified with
pure blood and a properly nourished
name." Oitut Service Uazttfe, Hade simply
with boiling water or ifllk. Sold only in
half-pound tins, by Grocers, labelled thut:
J.IMES EITS at CO., Homeapathic,
Chemists, London, England,
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8 b b U i I Qnt'itT fiiN'rtu liott.wlll work tniHiKtriouftly,
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tfcarfn thfirown loi niitips," li'Tt'frthfy Hvc.I will nlo furnUh
:ti(t oituntitm or fiHilyiniit.nl wliirli tn ch cnrii tliul mnount.
No iiioncv fir me uulfH ntr cusint nt iitiuvr. IIiimHv mnt ijntrklj
learned, j tt-iiv luit nn workt-r Iruni cue It itinirirt 01 enmity. I
liavr Hireatly ut:lil nml prlil-() willi riu riK-irt n lm c
numli'f, wh.i rn niakinir over U( inrriit-i. It t IV' KV
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Nashville Hi:i!ALi, why is it
that yntt aro
As it is a proposition capnble of
positive proof that there is no
You should not be. The Her
ald is the liveliest daily paper
in the State of Tennessee, and
One argument to be advanced
on the side of not reading it reg
ularly. ThkIIekald is - - -
Yet it is far from being an organ.
It discusses men and measures
in a fair and impartiel manner,
always rem umbering that
THE PEOPLE RULE,
And that nothbg can be accom
plished without their full consent.
THE PAPER OF THE PEOPLE
Is TlIR IlERALD'8 motto.
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