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SOUTHERN: STANDARD MPMINNVILLE; TENNESEE.-r SATURDAY, JVlARi 8, Wo
Time Table McM
GOISO BOUTH. 14 1
l.v. Sparta ...10 50 aiu.
Doyle I..,.; 1120 am.
" Holders..., U45aiu.
' Walling..;;...' ....11 55 am.'
" Rock Island 12 05 pm.
" Rowland... 12 45 im.
" MeMinoville 115 pm.
" Smartt 1 45 pm.
" Morrison 2 10 pui.
" Suiuuiitville 2 35 pm..
" Manchester 3 15 pm.
r. Tullahoma '.. 4 15 pm. 1
: OOINO koIjth 1
- ) "' Pass.
U Tulluhoiua. .;'..,... 10 00 am.
" Manchester J,. '...'.,.J0 45 am.
" Summitvlllt .11 15 am.
" Morrison...... ...11 35 am.
" Smartt '... 1155 am.
" McMinnville..'.. .'...12 15 pm.
" Rowland...;...'...'.... 12 45 pm.
" Rock Island:... 105pm.
3 05 am.
3 35 am.
3 54 am.
4 02 a m.
4 10 am.
4 35 am.
. 5 05 am.
5 25 am.
5 45 am
6 30 am.
7 20 am.
5 30 am.
I! 30 am.
7 00 am,
7 25 nil).
7 50 am.
' 8 15 am.
8 50 am.
9 15 am.
9 25 am.
Wn!llri?T.r..T.:.r.r 1' 13 pra.
soutli f .r J a ru; 0 24 p m utid b 55 p m ; go
ing north, 4 32 p m, 2 58 a m, 7 32 a ui.
rullahuma to McMinnville Arrives 12:10 p.
in.: leaves 5:2(1 a. m., daily except Sundays.
McMinnville to Sparta ArriveB 5:30 a.m.;
leaves 12:00 p.m:; daily except Sundays.
Through mail to and from beyond Tulla
homa, arrives 8.00 a. m., leaves, 12.00 in.
Beersheba Springs Arrives 6:30 p.m.;
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ; leaves
6:00 a. m , same days. ...
Siuithville (route No. 1935i)-arrives 12:00
m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays;
leaves 1:00 p.m., same days. ; ' '
Woodbujry Arrives 12 ru.j ' Wednesdays
and Saturdays; leaves 1:00p.m., same days.
Horse Shoe Falls Arrives 12:00 ru., Wed
nesdays and Fridays; leaves 2:00 p. m..
same days,1, j , '
MA V fcilWV. 111. AV ..V. J. VUilJ.
pastor ; services every Sunday morning ana
night. ' Sunday-school at 9 J a. M. Prayer
meeting Wednesday nlgnt.
Christian Services every Sunday. Pray ei
meeting Wednesday niarht.
Presbyterian Rev. F. If. Leeper, pastor.
Preaching every Sunday morning and night;
prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
Sunday-school every Sunday morning at 9
Cumberland i Presbyterian Rev. O. T.
Staiuback pastor;servicesevery Sunday and
at night; prayermeeting Wednesday night.
sundav-scJippl 9:30 a. m. . t
First Bsptfat Sunday school at 9 o'clock,
n. iu.. Preaching at 11 a. m. and at 6:30 p. m.
Prnyermeeting every Wednesday night. Rev.
i . W. tinker, Fastor.
CHANCERY Sits 4th Monday in May and
November; W: S. Bearden, Chancellor;
J. C. Biles, Clerk.
CIRCUIT Sits 2d Monday in January,
May, and September; M.D. Smallman,
Judge; W. V. Wnitson, At-torney-General.
1. W.i Smith , Clerk:.
COUNTY Sits bv quorum 1st Monday in
every month; lull court every quarter;
A. C. Myers, Esq., Chairman ; . W. L.
Swann, Clerk., .
OTHER COUNTY OFFICIALS I. L.
Rhesv, Sheriff; Jno. L. Jaco, Register;
G. N. M.'Newby, Trustee and Tar Collec
tor; John F, 8t. John, Tax Assessser;
Geo. T, Purvis, Ranger; Mat. Jones,
Jailerv W. N. Miti-hell.CountySuperlntend-ent
of Public Instruction.
MUNICIPAL OFFICERS Mayor, D. B.
Carson ; Aldermen, J M Cunningham,
Vr S Lively, W II Sagar, Geo 8 Stroud, W C
Arledce, Frank Maddux. Street Commis
sioners, D B Carson, W II Sagar, J M Cun
n & A. M.-Warren No. 125 1st Thursday
I. night in every month, in their hall over
the court room. I. J. Thckman, W. M.
ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER 3r Thurday
nightin every month.
T. C. Lisd, n. P.
IO.O. F. McMinnville, No. 146; every
. Tuesday night, in their hall over Worn
ack & Colville's store.
J. B, WKtsn, X. G.
F. L. Leju'kR, Secretary.
Rebekah Degree, meets First Thursday
night in each month.
Mrs. W. S. Livkly, N. G.
Mrs. J. II. Sherrill, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF IIONOR-Mountain City,
No. 140; meets in Masonic hall 2d and
1th Monday nightsin every month.
Thos. Black, Rep. G. W. Brittain, D.
andthThursday nights in every month
8. i. lively, r.
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Farm Crops A rocesses,
Horticulture & Frnit-Froulog;,,
. Live-Stock fc Dairying, . i J :
While it also includes all minor departments
of Rural interest, such as the Poultry Yard,
Ktomology, Bee-Keeping, Greenhouse and
Grapery, Veterinary Replies, Farm Ques
tions and Answers, Fireside Reading, Do
mestic Economy, and a summary of the
News of the Week. Its Market Reports are
unusually complete, and much attention is
paid to the Prospects of the Crops, as throw
ing light upon one of the most important of
all questions When to Buy and MArn to
Sell. It is liberally Illustrated, and by Re
cent Enlargement, contains more reading
matter than ever before. Ihe Subscription
Price is $2.50 per vear, but we offer a special
REDUCTION in bur
V, CLUB RITES, FOR 1890
Two SbscriptionS;inoneren.ittance I
Six Subfccriptiena, do t (la 10
Twelve Subscriptions, do ' " U ' Ig
:-? c fEW Sultscrihetv J'vr 1890, pcry
inainad'w'ncr, noic, we will send the paper
WEEKLY, from our receipt of the. remit
tance, r-to Monuary 1st, l?00, TVtnrofT
t'UAKcE. Specimen CopiesFroe. Address,
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, ALBANY, N. Y.
' Holder .r. 1 21 piu. . 9 5 am.
rW.tyajrt r..t.n..."25 pmj J f 02$.an.
Paisairfer trains 'miss Tullaiiotnl 1 ir:ln2
., , All In the. Tamlly..T
An Eastern young man returned
home n few days ago from h trip to
Cohtrndo for his health, and in nar
rating his adventures he told about
buying a silver tninu lor $3,000..
i "I knew Jhey'd rope yoi jn,!, ex
claimed the old man. 'So-you'-were
ass enough to buy a humbug mine."
"Yes.'but.I duin't lose anything.
I fo.'med a company and sold half
the stock h Counectjcut man, for
j"Y you did!", gasped the old man
as he turned white. 'I'll bet I'm
the one who bought it." 1 '.' I . .
know; you iire,V coolly observed
the young man, as he crosstd his legs
and tried' to appear very' much at
home., . . . j . ... i , .
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....'.A'lke PulpU mid the 8luire.-. -
Jlev,.F, M. Sbrout, Pastor, United
lirethren Church, Blue Mound, Kan
says : "I feel it my duty to tell what
wonders Dr. King's New ' Discovery
nas aonu -lor mo.' iMy: uungs were
badly diseased, and my parishioners
thought. .1 ; could live, only a. lew
weeks. I took five bottles, of Dr.
King's New Discovery and am sound
and well, gaining 20 lbs. in weight."
Arthur Love, .Manager Love's
Funny Folks Combination, writes;
'After a thorough trial and convinc
ing evidence, I am confident Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion beats 'em all and ' euros , when
everything else fails. The greatest
kindness I can do my thousand
friends is to urge them to try it."
Free trial bottles at Ritchey A lios
tick's drug store. Itegular sizes. 50c.
and $1.00. . 3
Where the Dollars Go.
A Massachusettes manufacturer, in
payment of his seven hundred opera
tives, gave each one a crisp ten dollar
bill. Each bill was marked so that
it could be recognized. The Tuesday
following four hundred and ten of
these bills had been deposited in the
banks by the saloon keepers.
Protect Your Lungs.
Winter is harder on the Lungs than on
any other irnrt of (he body. Its chilling
breath comes dangerously close to their
warm and delicate tissues. Its icy hand
almost touches thmi. The one thing, there
fore, to do iu winter, above all thinvs else,
is to protect the Ll'NGS. Hut it through
carelessness or by unavoidable exposure,
you should contract a Cold, or be laid up
with Pneumonia, or Rrouchitis, oV Pleurisy,
or that ureadest of all Lung diseases, (.on
sumption, dn not delay a moment, but get
a bottle of Pe-ru-na and commence taking
t at once. You will be both surprised and
pelighted at your rapid recovery. If your
jowels happen to be out of order at the
same time reeulate'thera with Munalin, a
.wonderful nentle but effective laxative
Only $1 bottle for either. For sale , by
Ritchey & Bostick.
In the western part of North Caro
una is what has long been known as
the sprint:. The sprine comes from
underneath n huge rock arid frequent
ly tempts the weary traveller to dis
mount. Nothing peculiar is noticed
until a stooping posture is taken over
the spring for the purpose of drink
ing. Then a most frightful face ap'
pears in the bottom, and as the
person's face approaches the surface
of the water this spectre face, with
most horrid grimaces, rises to meet
It. No one has ever been known to
hve the courage to drink the water
after the appearance of the appari
tion. To Nervous Men.
If you will send us your address,
we will mail you our Illustrated pam
phlet explaing all about Dr. Dye's
Celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belt and
Appliances, and their charming ef
fects upon the nervous debilited sys
tem, and how they will quickly re
store you to vigor, manhood and
health. If you are thus afflicted, we
will send you a Belt and Appliances
on a trial. Voltaic Belt Co., -,
. , ; Marshall, Mich.
The more one lives, the more one
learns to act toward people as if they
were inanimate objects namely to do
what you can for them, and utterly
disregard whether they are grateful
of not. Gen. Gordon. 1 i
. , . . Epoch, i
The transition from long, lingering
and painful sickness to robust health
marks an epoch in the life of the in
dividual. Buch a remarkable event
is treasured in the memory and the
agency whereby the good nealth ha3
been attained is gratefully blessed.
Hence it is that so much is heard in
praise of Electric Bitters. So many
feel they owe their restoration to
health, to the use ot the Great Alter
fttive and Tonic. If vou are troubled
with any disease of Kidneys, Liver
or Stomach, of long or short standing
you will surely find relief by use of
Electric Bitters. Sold at 50c. and $1
per bottle at Ritchey & Bostick's
True practical - philosophy makes
the moat of little pleasures, and the
,UWi w "t
FOR THE BLOOD,
V.eakness, Milam, Indigestion and
Ht,WX"S IRON BITTERS.
ilcklv. For sale by all dealer in
dec the genuine.
Subscribe for the Stamaki, I.hi.
Ths Virtu ef Hot Milk. . -It
is worthy, of. reiteration that
milk heated to as high a temperature
as it can be drunk or draped, above
1009 but not to the boiling point, Is
of great value as a refreshing stimu
lant in cases of over-exertion, bodi
ly or mental. 1 To most people who
like milk, it does not taste so good
hot, but that is a small matter com
pared with the benefit to be got from
it. Its action is exceedingly prompt
and grateful, and the effects much
more satisfactory and far more last
ing than those of any alcoholic drink
whatever. It supplies strength as
well as exhillratlon, which alcohol
never does. Ex.'
A Happy Man. ,
Read what he says: "About two years
siuce, while suffering from a peiiodiccnl at
tack of Inflamatory Rheumatism my atten
tion was culled tc Pemoline Balaam, and
although afraid that it would,' like other
remedies, give me 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.
Femoline Balsam f for sale by ns.
RITCHEY & BOSTICK.
( , A, Pertinent Question. ,iJ1( ,
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Lippincott's Magazine. .
De Baggs. "Hello, Pompous, old
boy. Thought you and Brindle were
down in Jersey, on a fishing-trip."
I'ompous. "So we were, but we
had to cut the trip short on account
of the snakes. They were awful."
De Baggs. "Too bad! Who had
them you or Brindle?"
JteaTEnglieh Spavin Liniment re
moves all Hard, Bolt or Calloused
Lumps and Blemishes from horses,
Blood Spavin.Curbs, Splints, Sweeny,
Stifles, Sprains, Sore and Swollen
Throat, JCoughs,; etc. Save $50 by
use of one bottle. Sold by Ritchey &
Bostick. McMinnville. Tenne?see.
Sometime ago in one of the courts
in Athens a poor, half-witted negro
was brought up on some charge. He
came from the country and had no
friends or acquaintances in ; Athens
One of our prominent attorneys, now
connected with one of the railroads
volunteered to defend the friendless
negro. In the course of his speech
he quoted a good deal of Scripture,
and in addition to that he was 'quite
eloquent, so much so that he quite
captivated his client. As the learned
lawyer warmed up in his work the
enthusiasm of the negro was uncon
trollable, and after one of the most
eloquent flights, the delighted client
shouted: "Dat's right: talk on, Mars
Jesus." The eloquent lawyer gainet
the case, and the negro was discharg'
ed. Macon Telegraph.
Syrup of Figs,
Produced from the laxative and nu
tritious juice of California tigs, com
bined with the medicinal virtues of
plants known to be most beneficial
to the human system, acts gently on
the kidneys, liver and bowels, effect-
vely cleansing the system, dispelling
colds and headaeh?s, andcuring hab
An ear of corn grown on Kansas
soil is exhibited which is '2V, inches
long and 12 inches in circumference
at the base.
Bucklcn's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, L leers, Salt
ltheum. Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap
ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
riles, or no pay required, it. is
guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
money reelunded. l'nce 20 cents per
box. For sale by Ititchey & Bostick.
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The Niagara .River Hydraulic
Tunnel, Power, and Sew er Company
will now, it is stated, carry out its
plan for utilizing the fall of water at
Niagara, by. building its main tunnel
and connecting cross tunnels with
wheel pits. , The estimate of cost is
$2.2120.000. Jt is estimated that if
thirty mills of oOO horse power each
are built, it would pay five per cent.
upon a capital of $.1,000,000, while if
all privileges were taken the result
would pay the interest upon a large
block of bonds and a handsome re
turn upon the stock. One of best
known banking houses in Wall
Street is deeply interested in this
undertakine. The scheme is one of
sound engineering and is thoroughly
practicable. The Electric World.
The Greatest Remedy on Earth,
Guaranteed to be purely vegetable, recom
mended by physicians; it never fails. Cures
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lameness, Swell
ings, Sprains, Weak Joints, Burns, Scalds,
Chilbiaines, Frost r.ltes, Bunions, Bruises,
Sore throat, Insect Stings, and afflictions of
the Throat and Chest. Sufferers from Ear
ache and toothache will fiud almost instan
taneous rVlief by using it. Femoline Bal
vain is a pure cxtrnrt of the Yellow Pine
. rail on ns and try it.
IUTC1ICY Jc BOSTICK.
; Trying to Cheat Nature.
New York Ledger, 1.' i i ,
While we should pronounce that
mart mad who ' should ' endeavor to
keep back'thewavea at high 'tide, W
secure sunlight without a 'shadow,
the sanest of us are doing something
of the same sort iu another direction.
?or example, a man pursues wealth
without counting the cost. . He fore
sees its pleasures, Its advantages, its
opportunities, but not the duties and
responsibilities It will Involve, . nor
thesacrafice of other and perhaps
higher things which its eager pursuit
will demand. Gradually.'1 without
ntending It he resigns 6ne thing after
another in his absorbing work.' Per-
laps it is in his health',' his culture,
his family fireside, or Men' his self-
respect.' Presently 'he "gains' the ob-
ect ol his'chase ; but the Happiness
he expected , has meantime flipped
away, and tho account is i more than
balanced on the other slde.;.. He may
not see his losses with ,the,aatne viy-
dness that he sees his, gains ; but if
e is poorer in health, or. in power.
or in character, or in domestic liap-
piuess. he has overreached himself In
his vain effort to cheat nature.
, Don't Feel Well, . ;
And yet you are not sick enough to
consult a doctor, or you refrain, from
so doing for fear you will alarm your
self and friends we will tell you just
what you need. , It is Hood's Sarsap'
arilla, which will lift you out of. that
uncertain, uncomfortable, dangerous
condition, into a state of good health,
confidence and cheerfulness. You've
no idea how potent this peculiar med
icine is in Cases like yours.
Bird Trimming for Bonnets. ;
One day a . pupil of the painter
Gros came into his studio with a su
perb butterfly, which he had just
caught, pinned it to his cap. The
artist was so much excited by the
sight of the fluttering insect, that he
exclaimed angrily, "What, unfortu
nate young man, is this the demon
stration of your love for the beautiful?
You find a charming creature and
you crucify and kill it in the most
barbarous manner, uo, never more
enter this studio, never let 'me see
your face ngaln!" ' WFZi
hat would the artist say to our
ladies, who encourage the wholesale '
slaughter of birds?
Femoline Balsam, '
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
from the Yellow Pine tree without any
adulteration. Ask for and take no other
than Femoline Balsam. This wonderful
remedy is for sale by ns, come and get a hot-
)e. luitiie,! & H04llCK.
Probably no one can ever fully es
timate how much influence he is
constantly exerting through his tones
of voice. Nothing is so powerful to
cheer the drooping energies of a dis
couraged group as the inspiring tones
of hope in the words of a new arrival.
Who has not seen the immediate
effect of a glad and sprightly voice
breaking in upon a party of dull and
uninterested people? How their
eyes brighten, and their brows clear,
and their eyes become erect! On the
other hand, let a solemn, or dolelul,
or fretful voice break in on a gay hnd
cheerful company, and how quickly
the smile dies on the lip, and the
depressing influence goes round!
The infant who cahnot understand a
word that his mother says is soothed
and plensed, or grieved or frightened
by her tones, and the seeds thus
sown of love and gentleness, or of
harshness and impatience, are- sure
to bear fruit In his latter development
and exert a strong influence in mel
lowing his future1 character, ' and
preparing It to ' contend the better
with the roughness of the world. ,M
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A New Strike. The working
classes have struck against highpriced
cough medicines, and indorsed Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup. i.Price 25 centsa
bottle. 1 -li .... 1
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Whalebone has become one of the
most expensive, substances in, (the
world except gems and some of the
rarer metals. It Is now quoted at
about 112,500 a ton at wholesale.
CONSUMPTION SURELY CURED.
TO THE K.DITOR r lease Inform your
reader that I hae a positife remedy for
1 - J 3 . ,
see loove namea aisease. uv its iiuieij
use thousands of hopeless cases have, been
nermanentlr cured. 1 I shall be clad to send
two bottles of my remedy frkc to anv of your
readers who have consumption H they win
send me theirexnress and postoffice address.
Respectfully. T. A. SIOCCTM, M. C, 181
Pearl St., New York. ' " -1
When the skin is bruised discolora
tion is prevented by applying to the
injured part potato starch moistened
with cold water.
. : . , titles Mid NickDani., , , :
New York Ledger.
Regarded froMiM , em union sens
standpoint, can there lie anything
more absurd than aristocratic titles?
Were it hot tlt linage "blind the
million to the practical satire of call
ing a fool "his majority," a person of
gravelling instinct "his' highness,"
a dumpy-dowdy "her grace," a sen
sualist "the most noble," tm empty-
headed popinjay ".my lord,'? a gum
bling spendthrift "th right honora
ble," and so on, how the world would
sneer at such 'misflts'in the momeii
clature of. rank,"1."'"',' , ' ' '
The irreverent rank and file liuve,
however, in all ages Indemnified
themselves for this sort of coilven-
flattery by giving characteristic titles
of their own invention to their lords
and !iiasters'.rTliMairesnr'the En
glish EinVAuns lives in history as
"Longshanks," the prodigal John
as ''Lackland,", the eldest daughter
of Henry VIII ns "Bloody Mauy,"
and in the list of EreijclV kings 'such
as graceless cognomens as "the bald,"
''the fat.'V'the simple," "the sloth
ful," 'the stammerer," "the. short,"
&c, are given as the nicknames ap
plied by the people to certain ,mon-
archs whose peculiarities they seemed
to suit. '
The "Great Unwashed' even in
the darkest days of Despotism, had
their fling at Power, and the bitter
appellatives they affixed to their op
pressors will cling to their memories
through all time. . .
Newspapers are excellent for pro
tecting house plants against frost.
The object Is to hold T body of still
air about the. plants, and thisthe pa-
pers, if pinned closely, do nicely.
.Ptuawioer Porter, don't put your
nasty Paste Blacking on these Shoes.
Tbey are blackened with ,y
Wolffs flCfilt Blacking
Just sponge them with clean water, ami
- ther win be beautlftiUy polished. Yoh
' " can earn your quarter easy this time I
By the way, I'orter, tell your i.ivery
Stable friends that It Is the Be ii llirneu
Drttting In the world. I've tried it t!
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
The Brt BUcklnf lot Men, Women and Childrn. .
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WATCHES, CLOCKS t JEWELRY.
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Shop and Residence on Main Street, opp-
, site Methodist Church. . 1 .'
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