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SOUTHERN STANDARD MMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE.SATURDAY, NOV, 7, 1891.
THE FATE OF SVS13IER.
A. P. Reed.
The pumpkin's golden yellow,
Tlie tipple's ripest red;
In tonwa subdued and mellow,
Proclaim of summer dead.
Yet still amid the red and gold
We find homo lingering green,
To (ell u of the niiuimer
We have so liitely seen.
And still there comes a balmy air
That speaks of otiier days;
And now nnd then ive euteh a glimpse
Of summer's silvery haze.
A summer's smile, nn autumn's gift
Are blended into one,
And golden summer still looks o'er
To see what she has done.
She is not dead, nor sleeping,
Nor sits she idly by;
Hut, joining hands with autumn,
She gives us pumpkin pie.
Fanner and Homes.
Are You Sound in The Democratic
Veatherford (Texas) Enquirer,
Iu those troublous times in the
democratic household it is well to re
cur to first principles, to aenrch for
the faith of the fathers and to meas
ure ourselves by the faith we pro
fess. Democrats acknowledge uo apostle
above Thomas Jefferson, they advo
cate no measures inconsistent with
his creed, they espouse no policies
not based upon his declared funda
mental principles of righteous govern
ment. At the establishment of this federal
Union he laid down in eighteen ex
plicit propositions those fundamental
principles he deemed absolutely es
sential to the proper, just and per
petual administration of this Re
public. By these principles and by these
alone democrats measuro the politi
cal faith of men in this government.
Men who profess any erred or part
of creed inconsistent with either of
these principles aie not Democrats;
Men who advocate any policy not
born of these principles are not Dem
ocrats; Men whaj acknowledge any
oracle above Jefferson are not Demo
crats. And Men who do not em
brace these principles; pure and un
defined as the substratum rock upon
which this government rests, and
must stand, are not Democrats.
The Enquirer presents the creed
of Thomas Jefferson the Father of
the Democracy. Study it, know it,
believe in it and stand by it, and
then you are a Democrat.
1. The people, the only source of
2. The absolute and everlasting
everance of church and state.
3. The freedom, sovereignty and
independence of the respective states
4. Union a confederacy, a compact;
neither a consolidation or a central!
5. The constitution of the Union, a
special writ of granted powers, limit
ed and defined.
6. The civil power paramount to
the military power.
7. The representative to obey the
nstruction of his constituents.
8. Election free nnd suffrage uni
J). No hereditary office, or order, or
10. No taxation beyond public
11. No national debt if possible.
12. No costly splendor of adminis
tration. . .
13. No proscription of opinion or
of public discussion.
14. No necessary interference in
individual conduct, property, or
15. No favored classes and no
1C. No public monies expended
except by warrant of special appro
priation. 17. No mysteries of government
inaccessible to the public eye.
IS. Public compensation for public
service; salaries moderate and per
I ioutl looks are more than skin
deep, deiHMiding upon a healthy con
dition of all the vital organs. If the
liver be inactive, you have a bil
lions look, if your stomach be disor
dered you have a dyspeptic look and
if your kidneys be affected you have
a pinched look. Secure good health
and you w ill have good looks. Elec
tric 'Hitters is the great alterna
tive and Tonic acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures Pimples, Illotch-
s. Boils and gives a good complex
ion. S.iid at Uitchey V Hostick's
"Mrng Store, "0c per bottle. 4.
I )rv sermons are had enough, but
lor the minister to preach them
t i'icIi his nose is iaexcusalile. l)r.
Hal I's ( 'o'l ji Sprup will s-ive both
itii-.:-if r an ! sermon if i !. ' iu
time'. Price -" cents.
The Real Australia.
Among the tacit misconceptions
into which distant critics aro most
likely to fall about antipodean affairs
is that which is based upon Ignorance
of the enormous area and possibilities
of the colonies. Especially is this
likely in the United States, where
the assumption may be that, as the
population of Australia is about the
eameas that of the thirteen original
seaboard colonies of America, the
surface over which they aro distrib
uted is also approximately the same.
As a matter of fact th&re is no such
proportion. New South Wales alone
is as large as they were; Tasmania,
the iViode Island of Australia, is as
large a3 that State with New Jersey,
New Hampshire, and Massachusetts
added; Victoria, the smallest colony
of the continent, is equal in size to
Great Britain; Queensland surpasses
the united areas of Austria, France
and Germany; South Australia, one-
third greater than Queensland, is
nearly as large as Western Australia,
which of itself has nearly four times
the extent of Texas, while the two
colonies together are larger than the
whole of Europe without Russia.
The seven colonies between them
occupy a territory greater than that
of the United States, excluding
Alaska. It is true that at preseut
Australia has barely four million in
habitants, but these immense areas
represent a potential population to
which it is impossible to set bounds.
No part of the continent is so hot
and so unhealthy as to forbid white
settlement, and if the strip of low-ly
ing coast-lands in the north be omitt
ed, there is no part of it yet colonized
in which Europeans cannot work.
Port Darwin, the country about the
Gulf of Carpentaria, and an indefinite
belt toward the northwest, lie with
in the tropics, and are suitable for
tropica! productions; but the high
plateau of northern Queensland,
which runs close to the sea, is found
thoroughly healthy . for Euglish
miners and graricrs, and enjoys a
bracing winter. The back county,
though waterless j by comparison
with the Mississippi Valley, is able
to carry stock well in most seasons,
and ; with wells, tanks, and dams
may be made to do so in all years.
The desert county of Eastern Aus
tralia Jias yet to be found.
"My Daughter's Life
Was saved by Hood's Sarsaparilla,"
says Mr. 13. B. Jones of Alna, Maine.
'She had seven running sores in dif
ferent places on her body, but on
giving her Hood's Sarsaparilla there
was marked improvement and now
she is well, strong and healthy."
Hood's Pills cure Constipation by
restoring the peristaltic action of the
alimentary canal. They -are the best
The Wealthiest Women.
Here is the latest list of the wealth'
iest women of the United States
Mrs. Hetty Green ol New York is
credited with a fortune of $40,000,000
in her own right; Miss Elizabeth
Garret ' has $20,000,000; Mrs. Mark
Hopkins had $20,000,000; Mrs. Ed
win Steven $15,000,000; Mrs. John O
Green $10,000,000; . Mrs. Cyrus Mc-
Cormick $10,000,000; Mrs. John Ja
cob Astor $5,000,000; Mrs. Thomas
Scott $5,000,000; Mrs. John R. Barton
$6,000,000; Mrs. William Armour
$5,000,000; Mrs. Terry $20,000,000,
Mrs. Terry's baby daughter, 8 years
old, distances all competitors by
having wealth in her own right val
ued at $50,000,000.
Its Wonderful Effects on the Liver,
Stomach, Eowels and Kidneys.
For Biliousnes, Constipation and
Malaria, take Lemon Elixir.
For Indigestion, Sick and Nervous
Headache, take Lemod Elixir.
For Sleeplessness, Nervousness and
Ileartfauure. take .Lemon iMixir.
For Fevers, Chills and Debility,
take Lemon Elixer.
Ladies, for natural and through or
ganic regulation, take Lemon Elixir
Dr. Mozeley's Lemoa Elixer will
not fail you in any of the above
diseases, all of which arise from
torpid or diseased liver, stomach,
kidneys or bowels.
Prepared only by Dr. II. Mozley,
Atlanta. Ga. 50 cents and $1 bottles
A PROMINENT MINISTER WRITES
After ten years of great suffering
from indigestion, with great nervous
prostration, biliousness, disorderet
kidnevs and constipation, I havt
been cured by lr. Mozlev's Lemon
Klixir and am now a well num.
C. C. Davis, Elder M. E. Church
South, No. 2S Tatnall St., Atlanta ia.
Dr. Vernier's Ki'Iney and Back
ache fir is V:lT:ilitciI 'o give iti-
t.t. 'io:. in t very e,e-e or u.oiiey re
turned. For sale by J. D. Tate i: Co.
Sciepce in Bread-Making.
At the recent annual meeting of
the American Chemical Society,
held in Washington, D. C, the ques
tion of the value of carbonate of
ammonia as a leaveniug agent in
bread, or as used in baking powders
came up for ' discussion, in which
Prof. Barker, of the University of
Pennsylvania, and President of the
Society; Dr. Richardson, late of the
United States Department of Agri
culture in Washington; Dr. Win.
McMurrie, late Prof, of Chemistry in
the University of Illinois; Dr. E. II.
Bartley, late v Chemist of the Brook
lyn, N. Y., Board of Health, and
Prof, of Chemistry of the Long Is
land College, and others took part.
The consensus of opinion was over
whelming in favor of the employ
ment of ammonia. It was stated as
a fact that ammonia rendered the
gluten of the flour more soluble than
the original gluten, and that the
bread in which this action was pro
duced by carbonate of ammonia must
be more digestible aud hence more
healthful, and because of the extreme
volatility of carbonate of ammonia
and its complete expulsion from the
bread in the process of baking, it
is one of the most useful, most health
ful and most valuable leavening
These conclusions are borne out by
the very elaborate and exhaustive
experiments made by Prof. J. V.
Mullet, of the University of Virginia,
which show conclusively that bread
made with baking powder in which
one per cent of carbonate of ammonia
is used, in connection with the cream
of tarter and soda, is not only of uni
formly better color and texture, but
a product more wholesome, because
the ammonia serves to neutralize
any organic or lactic acids present in
An old physician, retired from
practice, having had placed in his
hands by an East India missionary
the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy lor the speedy and perma
nent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis,
Catarrh, Asthma and all thr at and
Lung Affections, also a positive and
radical cure for Nervous Debility and
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 suffer
ing fellows. Actuated by this motive
and a desire to relieve human suffer
ing, I will send free of charge, to all
who desire ft, this recipe, in German.
French or English, with full , direc
tions for preparing and using. Sent
by mail by addressing with stamp,
naming this paper, w. A. Noyes,
820 Powers' Block, Rochester, N. y.
. t Trimmed to Suit Him. ,
Logan County (Ky.) Union,
"Mr. Tim Mahoney recently told
the Crier a story that will bear re.
peating, we think. As the tale goes,
a Federal veteran, minus both legs,
both arms and both ears, was seated
on a wheel chair on a street corner
soliciting alms, when a Confederate
came along on crutches with one leg
gone. The Southerner stopped,
pulled out a five dollar bill and hand
ed it to the Federal. The latter look
ed his benefactor over carefully and
offered it back, saying:
"Take back your money. You are
a cripple yourself. I "get a pension
and the people are kind to me, and I
do not need the money as much as
you probably do."
"That's all right," said the donor,
"you keep the bill. I insist on it."
"Will you tell me what prompts
you to give me so largo an amount?"
"Yes ; to be honest with you, you
are the first d d Yankee I ever
saw trimmed up exactly to suit my
A CHILI) KILLED.
Another child killed by the use of
opiates given in the form of Sooth
ing syrup. Why mothers give their
children such deadly poison is sur
prising when they can relieve the
child of its peculiar troubles by using
Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. It con
tains no opium or morphine. Sold
by W. II. Fleming. 3.
What Dan Got.
Mrs. O'Flynn. "And was it for
less work or more wages yez struck,
Mrs. O'Flynn. "And was did yez
Poor Ireland will likely never
know what a blessing Canter's mag
ic chicken cholera cure has been to
America. It is not only a preven
tive, but it postively cures the sick
chickens. If it fails, remember your
money will be refunded by W. II.
Why suffer? Preston's "llead-Ae"
wi!! cure you.
Sure cuer Preston's "IIcd-Akc."
WHY DO YOU COUGH ?
-t"i' Use Promptly- A 25 cent bottle may save
l'uitn iminic 1'ili.h. :
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I CURE CONSTIPATION. SMALL, 1M.K.YSINT, A 1 AVOiilTE WITH T1I1S L ADITS.
S W. II. HOOKER & CO., 43 West Broadway, New York. :
"IIiiiiiiiiiiiiii milk. ...
vN Chichester's English, red Cross diamond brand A
THE ORirtlNAL AND GENUINE. Th. ...Iw fiatfn Bu m.i t. J
LaiHn, uk Druifiil tor C'k'i-
bout wilt blu. ribbon. Take
All pilla In pulelMud bout, luk wrapper.. r ditnf rraun untrirlt. At Dnjliti, or mi u
4p. In umi for p.rtioul.r., tratlmonUU, n4 "U.-lli-r fnr Lnlr," in Irtlw, by return Mall.
10, n Tllmoni.l Kam, Pa,,. CMICHISTtft CHEMICAL CO., M.dt.nn Miiirt,
Hold bj all Local Drugf Uu. l,UiLAl)tLl'Ul., 4.
. tr agood house-wife, who uses
SAPOLIO. it is well s&idrF he mouse
is muzzled inherhouseVTry it&nd keep
your house cle&nAll grocers keep it-
Cleanliness and neatness about a house arc 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 clccn 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.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
$MOKE of Leaves,
Barks, Saturated Paper,
and pastiies will
ELIMINATES and DESTROYS tht
POISON. Nil a SPECIFIC arid
or months of treatment, nor any clap-trap
one sufferinf? from Asthma to TRY A
Wm g m BUJ mW3 m
tySEND us your name on a po-t.il
enough of Dr. Tart s Astlimalet- to t how it power over the dis
ease, stop the spasms and give agood right's rest r.nd prove to VOU
(no matter how bad vour case) that ASTHRM1 FRJP fiAH tlUHF
ASTHMA ad you need no longer ncjl:ct your business or sit in a chair all night
gasping for breath for fear of suffocation. Send w vour full name and post-office
address on a postal card. THE DR, TAFT BROS., MEDICINE CO., ROCHESTER, H. Y.
HAS LED All VORM
IEVERY ESTTLE GUAIUHTECO SC10 EVERYWHERE.
mim W RKtURDStN-'t
The Le.-ivlhi Companies in loth lines represented. Unto.
ami terms p en on application.
R.M. REAMS, teent, McMimwille.
oULIiluil! oloUudl U.
J tks W bi y 'Wim- J
will stop a Cough in ono night, check a Cold in
a day, and CURE Consumption if taken inj
time. IF THE LITTLE ONES HAVE :
WHOOPING COUGH or CROUP 1
TASTED GOOD. I
Xnallik IHwnd Brand In UrA ml OoiA nruuia
ns olhrr kind, ktfiuit SukuMim m
E ASTHMA. ASTHMA i.
is caused by a specific poison in
the blood (often hereditary),
No long list of
We only ask any
or nonsense resorted to.
FEW DOSES of Asthmalene,
inborn mi emSfe Mafc;
card and we will mail EpSj
AYLOR med.co. stums ho.
"While You Wait,"
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