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SOUTHERNS STANDARD -.MCMINNYILLE, TENNESSEE -SATURDAY, FEBt 15, i8?o
Time Tafcle HcM & H B R
3 05 am.
3 35 am.
3 54 am.
4 02 am.
4 10 am.
, 4 35 am.
5 05 am.
5 25 am.
5 45 am.
6 05 am.
t 30 am.
7 20 'am'.
5 30 Mn.
6 30 am.
7 00 am,
7 25 am.
7 50 am.
8 15 am.
8 50 am.
. 9 15 am.
9 25 am.
Lv. Sparta 10 SO am.
Doyle 11 20 am.
" Holders 1145 am.
" Walling 1155 am.
" Hock Islam! 12 05 pm.
" Rowland 12 45 pm.
" McMinnville 1 15 pin.
" Smartt 1 45 pm.
" Morrisou 2 10 pm.
" Suniniitville . 2 35 pm.
" Manchester 3 15 pm.
Ar. Tullahoma '. 4 15 pm.
- ' GOING NORTH.
.,., ; Pass. ,
Lv. Tullahoma .....10 00 am.
" Manchester 10 45 am.
" SuiumitvilUj .'...11 15 am.
" Morrisou.... 11 35 am.
" Sinartl , 1165 am.
' McMinnville... . ..12 15 pin.
' Rowland i.... 12 45 pin.
" Iiock Island 1 05 pin.
., Walling 1 13 pm.
' Holder 121pm.
" Doyle I 40 pm.
Ar. Sparta 2 05 pm.
9 35 am,
9 55 am
Passenger trains pass "Tullahoinu going
south 9 53 a ra, 10 24 p in and 5 5.) p m ; go
iug north, 4 32 p in, 2 58 a ni, 7 32 a m.
rullahoiun to MoMinnville Arrives 12:10 p.
in.: leaves 5:20 a. in., dally except Sundays
McMinnville to Sparta Arrfves 5:30 a.m.
leaves 12:00 p.m.; daily except Sundays.
Through mail to and from beyond Tulla
homa, arrives 8.00 a. iu., leaves, 12.00 in.
Beersheba Springs Arrives 6:30 p.m.
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ; leaves
ii:00 a. m , same days.
Smithville (route No. 19355)-arrlves 12:00
iu., Mondays, Wednesdays ana; Saturday;
leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
Woodbury Arrives 12 m., Wednesday!
ind Saturdays; leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
Horse Shoe Falls Arrivesl2:00 iu., Wed
nesdays and Fridays; leaves 2:00 p.m..
Methodist Rev. J. T. Curry,
pastor ; services every Sunday morning and
night. Sunday-school at 9i A. M. Prayer
Christian Services every Sunday. Prayei
Presbyterian Rev. F. L. Leeper, pastor,
'reaching every Sunday morning and night;
prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
Sunday-school every Sunday morning at9
Cumberland Presbyterian Rev. O. T.
Stainback pastor; servicesevery Sunday and
at night; prayermeeting Wednesday night.
Sunday-school 9:30 a.m.,
First Buptist Sunday school at 9 o'clock,
a. m., Preaching at 1 1 a. m. and at 6:30 p. in.
Pravermeeting every Wednesdaynight. Rev.
F. W. Baker, Pastor.
nilANCERY Sits 4th Monday in May aud
0 November; W. S. Bearden, Chancellor;
J. C. Biles, Clerk.
CIRCUIT Sits 2d Monday in January,
May, and September; M.D. Smallman,
Judge; W. V. Whitson, At-toiney-General:
I. W. Smith, ClerK.
COUNTY Sits by quorum 1st Monday in
every month; full court every quarter;
A. C. Myers, Esq., Cnairmau ; W. L.
Swann, Clerk. . r-,
ATHER COUNTY OFFICIALS I. L.
) Rheay, Sherifl'; Jno. L. Jaco, Register;
G. N. M. Newby, Trustee and lax Collet
tor; John F, St. slohn, Tax Asscssser:
Geo. T. Purvis, Ranger; Mat. Jones,
Jailer; W, X.'MUvhell, County Superintend
ent of Public Instruction.
f UNICIPALOFFICERS-Mayor, D. B
JL Carson; Aldermen, J M Cunningham,
W S Lively, W II Sugar, Geo 8 Stroud, W C
Arledge, frank Maddux. Street LommiS'
eioners, D B Carson, W 11 Sagar, J M Cun
.1 & A. M.
-Warren No. 125 1st Monday
night in every month, in tfieir hall over
the court room. 1. J. TIIUKMAN, W. M
nOYAL ARCH CHAPTER 3r Thurday
11 night in every month.
T. C. Lixd, II. P
f O. O. F. McMinnville, No. 146;every
1. Tuesday night, in their hull over Worn
ack u Col vine 's store.
J. B, Webb, N. G
F. L. Li:KrKR, Secretary.
Rebckah Degree, meets First Thursday
Qight in each month.
Mrs. W. S. Lively, N. G
Mrs. J. II. SHKRRILL, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF IIONOR-Mountain City.
No. 140; meets in Masonic hall 2d and
1th Monday nightsin every month.
Thos. Black, Rep. G. V Bhittain, P.
(NIGHTS AND LADY'S IIONOR-2nd
IV and 4thThursday nights In every month
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icg light upon one of the most important of
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The Coloro f the Bea. ,
The cause of the generally blue
color of the deep sea is accounted for
by reterenco to certain principles
connected with tho'science of optics.
Probably most an1 aware that light
consists of the Het of colors which we
see so beautifully -displayed in the
rainbow. Now, it is a law of light
that, when it enters any body, and
is either reflected or transmitted to
the eye, a certain portion of it, con
sisting of more or less of its colors, is
lost in the body; the remaining color
being reflected, strikes our visual
sense, and whatever color tout may
be, the object-' seenfa of that color.
Now. it chanres that th portion of
light most -apt to be reflected from
masses of transparent fluid is the
blue, aud hence it is that the air and
the sea both Mppear of this color. ' '
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i, The ew Discovery.
You have beard your friends and
neighbors talking about it. You may
yourself be one of the 'many, who
know front personal experience just
how good a thing it is. if you have
ever tried it.you are oneof its staunch
friends, because the wonderful thing
about it is, that when once given a
trial, Dr. King's New Discovery ever
after holds a place in the house. If
you have never used it and should be
afflicted with a cough, cold or any
Throat, Lung or ('best trouble, secure
a bottle at once and give it a fair
trial; It is guaranteed every lime, or
money refunded. Trial bottles Free
at Ritchey tfc Jiotiek's Drugstore. (J
Miles of Various Nations.
1 1 '
New York Mail and Express.
The Irish mile is 2,210 'yards.
The Swiss mile is 9,153 yards.
The Italian mile is 1 ,7H yards.
The Scotch mile is 1,984 yards.
The Tuscan mile is 1,808 yards.
The German mile is 8,10G j'ards.
The Arabian mile is 2,14!) yards.
The Turkish mile is 1,820 yards.
The Flemish mile is 6,8!)(J yards.
The Vienna post mile is 8.29C
The Roman mile is 1,028 or 2,025
The Werst mile is 1,107 or 1,337
The Dutch and Prussian mile is
The Sweedish and Danish mile is
The Knelish and American mile is
1 ,700 yards.
The First Sjmptoms of Death.
Tired feeling, dull headache, pains
in various parts of the body, sinking
at the pit of the stomach, loss or ap-
-rtrkt i f A mt'fiiiL'hiioua rn ii rloa fifi cnfitia
are all positive evidence of poisoned
blood. No matter how it became
poisoned it must be purified to avoid
death. Dr. Acker's English Blood
Fdixir has never tailed to remove
scrofulous or syphilitic poisons. Sold
under positive guarantee by W. II,
Fleming, McMinnville. 1
Honesty and Sincerity
What honesty is in deeds, sincerity
is in words the best policy. It is a
policy, however, to which the artifi
cial habits of society not 'favorable,
The forms of politeness, with all their
utility, have this disadvantage, that,
in teaching to restrain the real senti
mentsand ideas which cannot con
veniently be expressed, they are apt
to lead to the expression of others
which are not consistent with truth.
Onr Very Best Peoplo
Confirm our statement when we say
that Dr. Acker's English llemedy is
in every way superior to any and all
other preparations for the Throat and
jungs. in Whooping Lough ana
Croup, it is magic and relieves at
once. We offer you a sample bottle
free.. rItemember, this remedy is sold
on a 'positive guarantee. Sold by
W.'H. Fleming. r ; 1
An Exception to His Own Rule.
Jones Always be honest and
truthful, and you ara bound to pros-
P". V VJV.".
Brown I suppose you are right.
You always lived up to the principle,
Jones I have endeavored to.
Brown And you are not worth a
Jones My dear sir, you must be
aware that there are exceptions to all
. A Happy Man.
Read what he says: "About two years
since, while suffering from a peiiodiccal at
tack of Inflamatory Rheumatism my atten
tion was called to Fernoline Balsam, and
although afraid that it would, like other
remedies, give mo no relief, I tried it, and
am gratified to say. that since its use I have
not only been relieved, but am absolutely
cured. OLIVER MOORE,
Charleston, S. C.
Fernoline Balsam if for sale by us.
RITCHEY & BOSTICK.
And those troubled with nervoimneu rcsulting
thua ciro or overwork will be relieved by taking
Hi'owh'h Iron Hitters. Genuine
has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.
Boils.and Cartuncles. . I
It seems strange that any one will
suffer with Niils, carbuncles, etc..
when Dr. Bull's Sarsaparilla will cer
tainly preveut all such eruptive ten
dencies. It is a sure and safe anti
dote for blood poison arising front
whatever source, and its use' when
needed should not be unnecessarily
delayed. Thousands who found ex
tensively advertised blood medicines
to have no efficacy whatever, are re
joicing Iu the fact that Bull's Sarsa pa-
rilla is ah exception; and that good
health invariably follows its use.
syphilitic and scrofulous symptoms
disappear, the skin becomes clear and
free from pimples,' the digestion is
Improved, aches' and pains cease, the
weight of the body Lesouies greater,
the flesh more solid, ulcerative and
consumptive tendencies disappear,
the power of endurance is increased,
weakness, dizzy spells and unnatural
fatigue vanish, in a word the user of
Bull's Sarsaparilla becomes a picture
of good health and strength. Try it.
"Use no other'. Dayton Enquirer.
Lime Water for Eggs.
Country Gentleman.. i r .
T. B.Terry writes that he is accus
tomed to preserve spring eggs for fu
ture use in lime water. Oblige a sub
scriber by giving the recipe for this,
so that there can be no failure, t. m.
m. : A recipe used for thirty years by
an old housekeeper was given on
page 47, 1888. Dissolve in hot water
quick-lime the size of a large coffee
cup. When cold add a good handful
of salt and us much . water as required
for your egggs. JJse a wooden pack
age if possible, pour in part of the
brine, arid put in the eggs, little end
down, as fast as gathered, keeping
the brine over them. After the brine
is poured in more water can be added
to the sediment left, and used. This
will be sufficient to cover 20 or 30
Do Not Suffer Any Longer.
Knowing that a cough can be
checked in a day, and the first stages
of consumption broken in a week, we
hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's Eng
lish Cough llemedy, and will refund
the money to all who buy, take it as
per directions, and do not tlnd our
statement correct. Sold by . II.
Held Captive by the Indians.
A United States officer has been
sent to McLeod, Mon., during the
last week, under instructions from
tho government to recover at any
cost a white child, 5 or 6 years old,
who is being held as a captive by the
Black Foot Indians. The child is
supposed to "be the daughter of an
American officer who was killed in a
battle with the Indians. As the In
dians are determined not to give the
child up, some treuble is anticipated
The Greatest Remedy on Earth,
Uuatauteeu to be purely vegetable, reuom
mended by physicians; it never fails. Cures
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lameness, Swell
ings, Sprains, Weak Joints, Burns, Scaldi
Chilblaines, Frost Bites, Bunions, Bruises,
Sore throat, Insect Stings, and atllictions of
the Throat and Chest. Sufferers from Ear
ache and toothache will find almost instan
taneous rV;lief by using it. Fernoline Bal
jam is a pure extract of the Yellow Pine
tree. Call on us and try it.
RITCHEY & BOSTICK.
A liussian army surgeon recom
mends to all military men, sports
men and others, a grease for boots
which is said to entirely prevent sore
feet, and so protects pedestrians from
the whole train of familiar affections
caused by that minor accident. The
ointment is made of four parts of
iara, lour pans oi oiive-on, anu one
part of choutchouc (raw rubber,)
which are melted together on a slow
fire. Having moistened the sole of
the boot with water, the inventor
warms the boot in a stove or before a
fire, and then smears it over with the
compound. The boot is said to be
come soft, pliable, shining, water
proof, and even more durable.
That Terrible Cough
In the morning, hurried or difficult
breathing, raising phlegm, tightness
in the chest, quickened pulse, chilli
ness in theeveningorsweatsatnight,
all or any f these things are the first
stages of consumption. Dr. Acker's
English Cough llemedy will cure
these fearful symptoms, and is sold
tinder a positive guarantee by W. H.
Blue soap, rendering the employ
ment of bluing in laundry work un
necessary, is made by incorporating
with ordinary soap a solution of ani
line green in strong acetic acid. By
the action of the alkali "of "the soap,
the green is converted into blue, uni
formly coloring the mass.
After dipthefia, scarlet fever, or
pneumonia. Hood's Sarsaparilla will
give strength to the system, and . ex
pel all poison from the blood
LARGEST ON RECORD.
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A Soutn Carolina Man Raises 255
. Bushels of Corn'on One Acre
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The most phenomenal yield of corn
ever produced in America has been
awarded the prize of $500, offered by
me American Agriculturist for the
largest t-rop of shelled corn grown on
one acre in 1389. The cron was with
in H fraction of 255 bushel, rrrppn
weight, which shrunk to 2;!0 bushels
wlien kiln dried, and when chemi
cally dried contained 217 bushels.
The South Carolina State Board of
Agriculture doubled the prize, mak
ing the award $1,000 in all. This crop
was grown by Z. JV Drake, of Marl-
ooro, b. Jt is nearly twice as large
as the greatest authenticated crop
ever before reported.. The - $500
awarded for the largest j. yield of
wheat last year goes to Henry 'F.
Burton, of Salt Lake City, Utah, ,for
a yield of eighty bushels on one aere.
Dr. Acker's English Pills
Are acuve, enecuve ana Dure. For
sick headache, disordered stomach.
loss ol appetite, bad complexion and
biliousness, they have never been
equaled, either in America or abroad.
bold by V. II. Fleming. 1
Birmingham, Feb ' 8. (Sppcial)
I lawes has confessed. His confession
nowever, is not in writing as was
supposed yesterday, but was made to
his brother, Jim Ilawes, and Sheriff
Smith. He says that his wife had
agreed to take the children and leave,
and as the time for his marriage to
Miss Story approached and she did
not leave, lie did not know what to
do. John Wylie annroached him
and offered to rid him of them for
$200, which was agreed upon. A few
days later Wylie told him that they
would bother him no more. He
paid the $200, went to Columbus, and
was married. He denies all further
knowledge of the killing, and does
not know what part, if any the Bry
ant woman had in the affair. Wvlie
was brought back to this city from
Atlanta tonight. The excitement is
The great Family Remedy, should be kept
in every house. Good for almost any emer
gency. It contains no mineral to poison the
system. We warrant it to be a pure extract
irom the leiiow nne tree without anv
adulteratiou. Ask for and take no other
than Fernoline Balsam. This wonderful
remedy is for sale by us, come and get a hot-
le. KUUIUSY & BOSTICK.
Uncle Billy Magaffln (who has been
having his portrait painted to pre
sent to the Squeecaugan Turtle Club)
"I wouldn't 'a' minded pavin' vou
$3(X) fer the pictur if you'd 'a' work
ed fer the money; but I was a-watch
in' you tnera times when vou
thought I was asleep, and you jist
sat an' looked at me nine-tenths of
the time." Harper's Weekly.
I know the composition of, and
have prescribed Bull's Sarsaparilla,
and believe it an excellent prepara
tion for producing an alterative effect
upon the system. I consider it the
best article of Sarsaparilla in use.
Those who have enough individ
uality to think for themselves earnest
ly and deeply, find in that .exercise
a happiness which is all their own,
They may share it with others, and
it may be heightened by sympathy,
but it cannot be takeu avvay. It
opens a refuge from many troubles
and helps one to bear many burdens.
When you think your children
have worms, ask your druggist for
Dr. Bull's Worm Destroyer and do
not take any other. They taste good
and are always sure.
PEST BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
turi!H Indim-stion. Biliousness. Dyspepsia, Mala-
ria. Nervousness, and jenernl ienility. rnysi-
clans recommend It. All dealers sell it. Genuine
has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.
We will Club the Standard with
any of the publications named below
at the price given for: both :
Nashville American, weekly,
New York World, "
Nashville Banner, "
American Agriculturist, mo.
Scribner's Magaiine, "
Country Gentleman, weekly,
Texas Siftings, " f " -New
York Ledger, "
Rural New-Yorker, " .
N. Y. Fashion Bazar, "
Harper's Magazine, monthly,'
" Bazar, weekly;
The Forum, monthly,
Youth's Conipanion,(nev subs)v
The Housekeeper, sm-monthly
We can give our subscribers a club
rate on nearly any publication they
may want. Come and sec us when
you want to surwertbp for any paper
or magazine. We will give you the
WET WEATHER WISDOM
1f Lady. nave you bought a new pair of.
td Lady. Why. not These are the old ones-
dressed with .... i
it makes them look like new; and my shcs,
aU dressed with it, hold their pollfch ouder tho
rumxT, even should the snow creep in. It saves
the leather and waterproofs It : anil my husband
B'-vi it is just u good for lliHM;ss as for Snoei.
;CLFF & RANDOLPH. Philadelphia.
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