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SOUTHERN! STNUARD--'MCMINNVILLE iTENNESEE.-cSATURDAYlFEB,.!8,'i8J6'
TimsTabloMclI&M B ft'
92 ;K.kA H 0 1 !Mt plj'AipVIif ! $!0 f a boy
s ""Freight" "Piihs." who Is learning to smoke!"-
.10 50 am. 3 05 am. ....
Doyle T.....H ;m nm.
" Holders:...' ...I.. 11 45 am';
" Walliug 4..11 55 aui, '
" llock Inland ,..12 05 pm.
" Kowland..... 12 45 iui.
" McMinnville i 1 15 iu. .
" Smartt........ ....... ..t 1 45 pu.
" Morrisou .j. 2 10 im. -
n r. '
4 02 am.
4 1U am.
4 :5 am.
5 05 ani.
5 23 am.
5 45 am.
6 05 am.
" Suiiimitville 3 2 35 pm. t
" Manchester :3 13 pm
Ar. TulliWioma.. ......... 4 15 ptn
--6 30 anr.'i
7 20 am.
GOINO NOETH. , j , , , - , .
, f , . Tass., r..j( Freight.
Lv. Tullahotua!.;.'.'.i..'..ll0 00 am.', , 5 30 am.
,k Manchester ..'.....'...10 45 am.' " 6 30aut.
" Sumuiitville 11 13 am.' i7 pOam,
' Morrison 11 33 am. 7 25 am.
" Smnrtt...; ......It 55 am." "'"7 RO am.
" McMinville.:..'....12 13pm. "815 am.
ltwlanfc.-;.-:.vjf:.:r..l3 4&pnv. - 8 60 ami
' U(irk Islund 1 05 Dm. 9 15 am.
,. , Walling ;i.-S...."l 13 pm. I) 25 am
Holder 1 21 pm. 9 35 am
" Do vie I 40 pm. 9 55 am
A.r. Suurta 2 05 pm. 10 25 am.
Passenger trains puss Tullahonia goiug
south 9 53 a ra, 10 24 p m anA535 p m ; go
ing north, 4 32 p m,ffl a pi 82 a niX ,
noma, arrives 8.00 a. m
Bcersheba Sbriucs Arrives
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday - leaves
tj:00a.W.,8nmedays. ' ' '
Smithville (route No. 19355)-arrlves 12:00
in., Mondays, Wednesday tinrf-Satnrdaysi
Inavcs 1:00 n.rn.. same ilavi. s 4 I :
Woodliury Arrives 12 m., Wednesdays
snd Saturdays; leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
Htrse Shoe Falls Arrives 12:00 m., Wed
nesdays and Fridays; leaves 2:00 p. m..
same days. ' ' ' ' '' '" ; ' '
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Methodist Eev. J. T. Curry.
,mstor ; services every Sunday morning and
night. Sunday-school at 9 a. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday night.
Christian Services every Sunday. Prayei
meeting Wednesday night.
Presbyterian llev. F. L. Leeper, pastor.
Preaching every Sunday morning and night;
prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
Sunday-school every Sunday morning at 9
Cumberland Presbyterian Rev. G. T.
Stainback pastorjservicesevery Sunday and
at night; prayenneeting Wednesday nigoi.
Sunday-school 9;30 a. m.
First BBptist Sunday school at 9 o'clock,
a. m., Preaching at U a. m. and at 6:30 p. in.
Pravermeeting every Wednesday night. Itev.
F. W. Baker, Pastor.
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COUltTS. - '
(III ANCERY Sits 4th Monday in May and
) November; W. S. Bearden, Chancellor;
J. C. Biles, Clerk. , ,
CIRCUIT Sits 2d"Monday in" January,
May; n'nd September; M.D. Smallman,
Judge; W. VWhitson, At-torney-General:
I. W.Smith, Clerk1.
COUNTY sTti by quorum 1st Monday in
every month; "full court eyery qimrter;
A. C. Myers, Esq., Chairman ; W. L.
OTHER COUNTY OFFICIALS I. L.
Rheay, Sheriff; Jno. L. Jaco, Register;
G. N. M. Newby, Trustee and Tax Collec
tor; John F. St. John, Tax Assessser;
Geo. T. Purvis, Ranger; Mat. .(ones,
Jailer; W. N. Mitchell, County Superintend
ent of Public Instruction.
MUNICIPAL OFFICERS Mayor, D. B.
Curson ; Aldermen, J M Cunningham,
W S Livelv, W II Sacar, Geo S Stroud, W C
Arledce, Frank Maddux. -Street Commis
sioners, D B Carson, W II Sagar, J M Cun
T,1 & A. M Warren No. 125-lst Monday
1 , night in every mouth, in their hall over
the court room. I. J. TuuEMAS, W. M.
OYAL ARCU CIIAPTER 3r Thurday
night in every month.
i. t.'. LISD, 11. V.
IO. O. F. McMinnville, No. 146;every
Tuesday night, in their hall over Worn
ack & Colville's store.
. J. B, Wemi, N. G.
F. L. Lekper, Secretary.
Rebekah Degree, meets First Thursday
aight in each month.
M&s.W.S. Lively, N.G.
Mrs. J. II. Shekkii.L, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF IIONOR-Mountaia City.
No. 140; meets in Masonic hall 2d and
Ith Monday nlghtsln every month.
Tiios. BiiA.CK,Rep. G. V. Bkittain, D.
rNIGIlTs'AKn LADY'S HONOR 2nd
IV Bnd4thThuraday nights In every month
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, t. "Polities run pret;,high ,in your
rullahouiiitqfMcMinuville-Arriv.fal'lOp. stjlte, loa7 ihey'.'.'l U h t,
ia.i leaves 3:2o:a. til.', jlnj except SAiidays. ffhrfiifii inlnfii'l I 'Miouhl siv so'
McMinnVjllc to SpJ.-jviArtiM 5:30 S Lpl VjSAU " VW
leaves 12.: 00 .m.; daily except utdays.'! A &ngH M Otf( thinr much
Through mail to and frolii beyond Tulla- - twfmtv-fl vp iImIIImin " -'
, leaves, lL'.(K) m. I " .
1881"Eri? ""'1890 trairt stP for refreshments at Cahesa
w ' rtUit !v) 'ku !iti u- ' wagagy?" Porter "Yes, " tria'm.
AaftOTTtfUAii' WEEKLIES. ;
Farm Crops A Processes, ' ' '
LIveStoctt Dairying; '
While it also includes all minor departments
GraDerv. Veterinary Uenliea. Farm Ques-
tions and Answers, Fireside Reading, Do-
mcstic Economy, and a summary of the
News of the Week. ' Its Market Reports are
unusually complete, and ruuph attention is
paid to the Prospects of 'he Crops, as throw
. mg light upon one of the most important of
all questions When to Buy and IVhen to
Sll. It is liberally Illustrated, and by Re
rcut Enlargement, contains more reading
matter than ever before. The Subscription
Price is $2.50 per vear, but we offer a special
REDUCTION in bur
va.l,l IAICS I Wft lOMi
Six Subscriptions, ' do do ; 10
Twelve Subscriptions, do 1 ' 'do' ' ...... l8
in aivnnrt now, we win send me paper
WEEKLY, from our receipt of 'the remit
tance, to Jonuary 1st, 1S0O, vmiorT
ll.W'.i.K. Specimen Copies Free. Address,
M I IIKK TIC KKK V SO, Pub'?.
ALBANY, X. Y.
-?. 773 Y6iYfr,S;2oker.
wMl9 there anything in print on the
J it At i 11 1
loiwcuo qurauou uihk wouiu do use-
Probably not. There is something.
however, that might be usefni to
place in the hands of his ' father liy
way of a ccrii'ctive, ',
-ThIs remedy i?i becoming; so well
known and sj popuhtr'ns to need no
.special Tiieirtion. , All who have used
Heetric Bitters sing the same song of
praise. A -purer'' medicine 'dot s not
eisand- lt;is gpVmteed;'JtJico all
that. ,is clajiiieU., Jilwtric Bitters
Vvill dure till diseascs'of the Liver and
Itidney vill remove Pimples, Boils,
Saltltheum and bother Rttet'tityis
caused by Impure blood.-" VVillUfrYe
i r 1 . ! .1 . . 1 -.1.
as well as cure all M:larial fevers.
For cure of 'lreadacn'e"; Consfljijjtyon
and Indigestion try Klectric-JUttcrs
l'r'ui' )t) 'tts.
ner bottle at liiteheV
'Basticfc VlJriigstore. Ti
s;ivsT .hnunivrr years
since, while siilt.-nn troiti a mutodicc
tack Clilflamatury ivItviiiQiUism niv ntluii-
tiou called t: Ferimliiif DalsHin, ti ml
ulthoiigh nfraid' that it, would,' like 'ifdier
reiuedies, jfive iuu' no relief, I tried it, and
am gratified to say, thai Hiwr its use I have
not only been relieved, but am absolutely
cured. ' ." ' ' OLiyKll MOORE, (
', '! f' ' 'i. (Vrleston, Si C.
- Fernolinc Balsam if foraule by us.
'. 'RITCIIEY & B03TICK.
Very Proud. "Jla'tis, you got pun
ished' todayj what for?'' "Because,
papa, Edward Lang hud been fight
ing." "And with whom had Ed
ward been fighting?" "With
papa." " ' ' ' .
is Life North Living:.
. Not if you go through the world a
dyspeptic. Dr. . Acker's Dyspepsia
-ablets are a positive cure for the
Torst forms of Dyspepsia, Indigestion
.Tlatulenty and Constipation. Guar
Anteed and sold by W. II. Fleming.
They speak no more. She "I am
so; fond i of animal stories:" He
"Whfch'do you prefer Edgar Saltus
or Amelie -Rives?" j '. I t. , ; i . O
Enamored swain "For you, darl-
ing, ! wad lay me down and dee."
Practical maiden "TJiat sort of
thing is clear out of date, Willie.
What a girl wants nowadays is a
man who is willing to get tip and
hustle for her."
t . m .
We Can And Do
Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir,
for it has been fully demonstrated to
the people of this country that it is
superior to all other preparations for
blood diseases, it is a positive cure
for syphilitic poisoning, Ulcers, Erup
tions and Pimples. It purifies the
whole system and thoroughly builds
up the constitution, hold by w. II.
A heartless wretch Young Sophly
"If you refuse me I will jump into
the river." Dollie Footlite "Oh,
don't do that.. Come around and
shoot yourself on my doorstep. It
vv'Ul be such a splendid advertise
ment!" , . ., ,
. ' v A Duty to Yourself. " ! '
It is surprising that people will use
a' common,: ordinary pill when they
I can secure a valuable. EngUsh one. for
the samo money. l)r. Acker's En
glish pills are a positive cure for sick-
headache and all liver troubles; They
are email, sweet, uasiiy iHKn,nnu uu
"Waiting for ah opportunity Old
lady ! (on the 1 limitedV-uDoes ' the
Shall I telegraph an order, ahead for
you?" Old lady "Oh, no, I've got
a lunch here in my ba;, , and J just
wanted 'Jo 'know , when I'd have a
chance to eat if." , , '.' ! ...
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i i Can't Sleep Nights i .
Is the complaint of thousands' suffer
ing (rom Asthma, Consumption,
Coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr.
preparation kiiowu iur an unS
Troubles. Sold OQ a positive guaran
tee at 25N and 50c. by t II. Flem
ing. i . , .- , , 2
Mrs. Josie Rawlings was In Nash-
vine th first or the week- claiming to
be on the hiint of her husband, who
had promised to meet her In Chat
tanooga, but failed to do so. She says
shp wo lnnrrlffl trt llnwlSnfra in Pftl
nmhna Mtaa huf TOiurt nrnvra Ihdt
the' not , ih e
general supposition is that she has de-
sorted ner legal huami to Tollow
Iuwungs, and that llawlings has sly
ly deserted her.
Don't nijjli with pains or bum or accidt-nt
But use Salvation oil, the greatest liniment'
' rney come Hign. iNevf ) one man.
6:30 -11.111.: -i 3 . ...... li J ?. ,5
Krtia xr hat-lie
Head the following: Mr. C. II.
Morris, Newark, Aik., says: "Was
down with''IAbscesw, of JLuhgs;"and
frlenUs and physicians pronounced
mean Incurable Oonsutnptlve. Be
gan taking .4 )r,.(.lvlng'8 liew Dis
covery for Consumption, am now on
my third bottle, and able to oversee
the work on i my .farm. 1 It is the
ilnest medicine ever made."
Jesse MuWIewart, Decatur, Ohio.
wiys: "Had it hot been for Dr. King's
JNew1 Discovery lor Consumption 1
would have died of Lungi Troubles.
Was given up by doctor Am; now
in best of health." Try it
liottlcs free 'At Ttitchey &
ey iV, uost ic-k's
li! I'l.il .' 1"-
'' A 1. I ia, C
.Court.ln j lefuswtj, tyt .ttl.hjw,,. VflW
$tates. cnjius.,, agnt fet ;outi from
(v ash ing.ttjn. . , , aectjss. .. , (j)istltyopKS.
The. clerk )folds thari:side,tit.i of-jlhe
tatC fihouldj hvqibeen; apjKuntrl
m't oWP-.j.Kihe,, nfyna,tioii
Ue,.sir(:d byUi .census. DqriUv .,.,f,
' "The Greatest lie in f d y on l!ai-tli , V "
i'ii, . , ( . i i). "', i.i r i i
uurtianteed lo he purely vegetable, reuoin-.
meiided h'i ili'ysicinhs; it ti ever' fails.' 'Cures
Rheumatism, Neuralgia,1 ' Luinertefcs','' Swell
lhg; Spniins.'Weak Joints,' Bnrtis,- S:alds,
Chilhlaines, Frot-t Bitea. Buniona, Bruises,
Sore throat, Insect, Swings, uud alHiutioiis of
the Xhroatj aiulChest, , , ntl'rf, Irym ; Ear
ache and toothacho uillfind iilmost instan-
liiueous rvuei uy using u. ( r vi noinie iui
Vanl a pure extract of'tlie Yellow' 1'iue
ee.',,nll.nt.sHhd,t'ryit'.1, '' "''
-:.a t-.nn i - ' i RITCIIEY & BOSTICK.
ii v-i lMt'' !! i; ' '' "HI
i ti i )ThB Wisa Grammarian.' .
- ,t i! i ' i ) 1 1 i. ! ! I ' 1 1 : i i - ii I i ' I
Teacher:-r" What part of speech; ' is
'but?',' v.i.v'. ( -.i i ,r. .o '
Micha'l:-."But is a conjunction'? 5
Teacher: "Correct.1 Now give me
;an example of its usei".. .i
.Michivl:""See the goat but the boy.
.'But connects the goat and: the boy.
A Child Killed. ' ,
Another child killed by the use- jo
opiates given in the form of Soothing
Sprup. Why mothers give their
children such deadly poison Is sur
prising when they can relieve: the
child of its peculiar troubles by using
Dr. ACKers uaoy soother, it con
tains no opium or morphine. Sold
by w. II. Fleming. 2
Tho Observant Small Boy
A teacher in one of .the public
schools in Yonkers,'N. Y. was exam
ining a class in physiology. She
"What are the last teeth to come?"
"l'alse teeth," fairly shouted the
small boy to whom the question was
" Fernoline Balsam,' ' '
The great Fwraily Remedy, should be kept
in every house. Good for almost any emer
gency. It contains no mineral to poison the
svsteni. We warrant it to be a pure extract
from the Yellow Pine tree without any
adulteration. Ask for and take no other
thart Fernoline Divlsiiin. This wonderful
reniedv is for sale bv us, come and pet a hot-
le. RITCIIEY & 150STICK.
A small box tilled with lime and
placed on a shelf in the pantry or
closet will absorb dampness and keep
the air in the closet dry and sweet.
"Dashaway" all opium prepara
tions and give only Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup to the babies. It is the only
remedy which contains no opiates.
Dandruff. The application of chlo
ral hydrate in solution of five grains
to the ounce of water, is said to clear
the head of dandruff and prevent fal
ling of tho hair from the latter cause.
, If you have been over eating your
self, take a dose 'of Laxador before
you have somerhing worse,. It is the
hncf romflj in aiH'h niiwn
He that Is'lmbituated to deceptions
and artificialities in trifles will try In
vain to be true in matters 'of impor
tdnce ; for tru'tlf is - a thing ' of habi
rather than of Will1. Y"6u ' cannot' in
any given' case by any sudden ftnd
single effort win to bef true, ' If the
liabU of your Hfe'nas been Insineerei
-F. W.'Bobertsori:"' ,; " ' " u"
l' t ,; i n.i i i -4. a ; 1 1
We shall, ceve.r cease tp Indorse Df,
Bull'p Cough. Syrup, for, .without ,,it
our paper would have, been short of
reading matter this.weekj ,4we, , had, a
shocking cough and a earful cpldf;-
Two men named Lowery aud Cole
had a quarrel at Carter 'a Depot about
Lowery's separation from his wife.
Cole drew a knife and Lowery told
after wards slipped up behind Lowery
nnd cut hlii throflt. : , Cole inae hi3
escape but was afterwards captured.
The wounded man did not Jive but a
few minutes. ... n, ..
THE COMING HOG.
Napio qmowtm. splendid
COR EXHIBITION. MOST
PORK FOR FOOD CONSUMED
Tj. . blUII.W fcww.
SL.B.8llTet Co. CltTtlaad.O
ft unburn a di. tog
Tbil CtaqT oH w tf this
uauvi trcta aai Btuia uut vit.)
Subscribefor the Stasdard. $1
"l! r " .!NotOne In Ten:"' " ,;
1 Of tlio people you'lneet from day to
day' has perfectly pure healthy blood".
The hereditary1 scrofulom taint "af
fltcts the:' lagc1 hiiijority of people,
while many others acquire diseases
from impure air, Improper food, and
wrong indulgences. Ileuce. the. Im-
erative necessity fur a reliable blood
purifier like Hood's Sarsaparilla,
which eradicates every impurity, arid
gives to the,blood vitality and health.
It cures scrofula, Bait rheum, humors,
oils, pimples, and; other aiTections
cnused by , impurities or poispnogs
germs euuscd ii the blood. MAll that
is asked for Howl's Sarsaparilla is
thntlthegivehafair fHal.1" 1
hi nir.j-i i;(--4.i,.i,ii:.4u,iii ".ti
i The largest flrd that eveu occurretl
In hd Kittery navyi yardrtroke'i otit
Monday morning in tho boiler room.
A geuetal alarm was i rung i arid four
Bteameri lielonging ti.theiuivy yard
were! quickly on hand. 1 The total loss
to-UiitleSam is $100,000. "Ml 11 '. ;
I ,,. Shakinof tjhe Northern Coast ,of , i
t ranee. . ..
-'l' ''- 1(11 , .',' ill'.! 'li II I ', i
This has recently been proved by
measurements. , Since J881 the "gen
ie" corps of engi peers hiiyq been en
gaged in, , ejfectjng '. lcye , measure
ments over the wole countiy, and
it has been, shown that. the country
sinks from the,. south toward ,tho
north.; Tbus between Marseillea'aod
.Jiille-.n distance, .of .540 , miles tho
sitiKingamoums tOjien, incites annu
ally. If this ..movement continues,
tho northern part of France may in a
few centuries become ; submerged.
It may hers be mentioned that off
the'eoast of St'. Malo, Iri fine weather,
fossilized trunks' of trees may be seen
at the bottom 'hf the sea,1 indicating
that'' these parts were once above
water. Research. ! ' ' " 1
The Knoxyijle paving ; Bank and
the Middlesboro banks were swind-
ed last; week by an expert forcer.
lewasa smooth operator and sue
ceeded in slicking the Knoxville
bank out of $1,700 and the Middles
boro banks out , of $ 17,500 before he
skipped for parts unknown. ;
, Yield not to Depression. ..r,
.i-i i -I i
We canjiot carry out any true and
noble object in lite in a spirit of de
spondency, A depressed life a., life
which has ceased, to believe in its
own capabilities, its own .missipu a
ife which contentedly , sinks into
querlQus egotism or vegetating aim-
lessm-ss-nas .oecome, so iar.as ine
world is concerned, a maimed and
ah our lives aro in some sense a
"might have been;" the very best of
us must feel, I suppose- In , sad and
thoughtful moments, that he might
have, been transcendently nobler and
loftier than he is; but while life lasts,
every "might have been should lead,
not to vain regrets, but to manly
resolutions; it should be but the dark
background to a "may bee" and"will
be yet." Canon Farrar.
Eastman Battise, one of the most
desperate characters in the West, was
killed while ' resisting ' arrest Satur
day morning. He was, it is said, the
head leader of the gang who killed so
many1 nien out "there but 'always
managed to escape the authorities. ''
Three, .masketl merinrpbpednthe
postofllce, at, AlbuaueniUB, .Nr -M.
Hiinrlovmorninrf .nf. $10 Olio Wl.au
thpv bnd cffwtftil tlioir nrrnnr'ft ihov I
procqeueu jviin,inqn pmnoringn,,
large amount o the, (?to ,iTPB
was expense bonds apd. ,it, ,is bqught
that tUojoJjbers., wlj, .potOTderke
i. ..n it
iostjninein.(i, u. uUt ,1n, ,., v
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NERVOUSNESS and SLEEPLESSNESS
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LIFE ELIXIR CO.. 30 Veaey St., X Y
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WE authorize V. Tf! Fleming to rctnru
the monsv to anv reliable person who
has purchased Win. Hall's
Hog and Poultry Cure
'of him and used It aeeordtn to direction
ami is willing to say h liaa t been fully
bi ii-litted. t or curen nuule in this county
st-t ..ir circulars.
THE WM. HALL MED.' CO.
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