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Time Table Mel! & M S 2
Lv. Sparta 10 50 am.
" Doyle 1120 am. "
" Holders....; J....U 45 aui. ; J
" Waltin,'...;.........U 55 am. V
" Rock Island ....12 05 pui.
" Kowland 12 45 pin.
McMinuville 1 15 pin.
" Smartt......?. 1 45 pm. "
" Morrison ... .,. 2 10 pui.
" Sumuiitville ....,..v 2 35 pui.
" Manchester'..?.?..'.' S 15 pm.
Tullahmna 4 15 ni.
. A aOIJTG HOKTH.VI
Smartt. 11 55 am
" McMinnville..;. -1..12 15 pm. :
" Rowland k.l..i...l2 45 pin.
" llock Island I 05 pm.
.Walling iimim4U pm
' Holder 1 21 pm.
AA f parfit" .u.v' 2i5 jmij
"PastdWer trains ..pass Tull
south. DMi m, 10 24 p m
ing nortM 32 .p m, 2 58 a
3 05 am.
. 3 35 am.
, 3 54 am.
4 iYl am.
'4 10 am.
4 35 am.
5 05 am.
5 25 am.
5 45 am
0 05 am.
' 0 30 am.
7 20 am.
Crossing the Limbs.
Ladles who sit with their limbs
crossed to sow or rend, or to hold the
Why, W not uwfire that they are in
viting serious physical ailments, hut
it Is true nevertheless,, says tho New
.York forni)ff JourM. !! 'iv j1
man craves1 hiljeg-i hd placed Ihe an
kle of one limb across the knee of tho
The oraen J God, less Them
''(i' 'i' nil It'll ' ' '
What would the world be without
women f f)ur!ni'others pur Bisters
and our wives what would there be
withoutjthem.in, life .worth Hying?
And yet whom ! do we neglect so
cruelly? Our horses and our cattle
are carefully, sheltered and . fed, and
their first symptoms of ailing given
the truoTacts of life, doath, and eter
nity ; which will make us remember
that man doth not live . by bread
alone ; which will give us before ' we
woman more modest and restricted among the gentler sex grow thin and deep a: few thoughts worthy '-of a
What to Bead.
' i 'I 4 ' 1 ' I j I'
' li isVfavorite pararlol' or some,
.. ... .. ,, ii. n n iMvorue jjuruuo oi some,
It is wise at nighf to readT byl for that the greatest dandies make tho
a fey'ininutes-8ome', boo'k3 which bravest 'soldier-;; uV many" lake 5 pleas-
win compose ana sootne the mind ;
which will bring us face to face' with
other.Hfid ft -Ms "It Ifciifiy rthere7 A quick attention. But our best friends
in her rnoVeihents'11 rests the entire jwde , before' our very ej;es, and because Christian man with an immortal soul the world. Th
ve!sht)ne llii'.ohhe upper' part they do not complain we fall to no- in him. ; , that brave men
of the other and 'this pressure upon tice it. f( Oh ! vlet the mist fall, from ' " And, thanVcrod no' Me need gh (At eral, neither d
the sensitive neWes md cords if in- our eyes and let ua realize how weak An'd such books. I do 1 not mean hut simiiviPt
oma w i ' " ' io 00 am '-. 5 30 ain. duld)n fori a' fop'tihiiwl, length of and fragijeiU worpnn, and hqw .eal- merely leligious books,'1 excellent ' as of course, there aru exceptlon$.of both
lestwr ;.r.i!I!ri0 4.3 am! u.'iOant! time, lis Is oheil xloiio by ladiesi vho otis we should be in their i.ehalf they are In (these days I mean'any kinds. '"(Ifo'iit menalsflii'-hawbw'n,
itTilie-t.-X.tJ.il'W : . 7 oo aio. stW'pfV'Wl4r()i(ior; i-lll' pro((i,ice (lis- wheo.lt comes to a question of health, books which help to make us 'better, in general, neither little 'iioV' ig'.
ure in repeating that great men "have
usually hail small irsons?; These
opinions spring froth' that' 'love of
finding or making a wonder, whicli
is one of tho mast tenacious -''principles
in human nature, a,nd is the
cause of half the error llhttreists in
The fact seems trt bo".
have been,"'(4 ge'ii-
andies nor slovens,
but simply neat and cleanly, though,
7n0nm. eiuse. He auca. neuralgia t ana omer
8 15 am. ooHmis troubles freouehtlv result from
O CA- I " A V . .
0 IS n.iiv this simple cause, The muscles and
25 ain.-U,erves irr thetippr portionf wo-
.10 Bill, , 1 nvtvumnli. onuullii'ii
itu. and iuuct, ol her.,whpifl( physical
ruilaHidij 'gti'pg structure can jb(H.'Oinede)-ange(l jf they
w'Vlftiirt'ii0' .aro.oj-lax.jp' the manner referred
Let uii jjurueiqber that- for. ! thin pale
wan looking women Dr John I Bull's
Sarsaparill i is just- their i needwo It
will.makq their cheeks rosy and they
willtgrotvi Q ! Htrength and:1flehi.
Gainsvill Advocate i .i.i u.in'j
' 1 1 i III 1 ' fuiTTo r"' i! i')l Ui'.i
t A Scrap of Taej. JiiiTc Hevifc.,., ,
uuvt wiou, nun njjuuin, iinu iuuio inougij it'iu nave ueejj jnnT op vpfii
charitable persona j any: book rvvhlch classes.',, ,r?i.e ''has nothing U,- do "wj'th
will teach to despise what in' vul- the question; and the iHiddiersiajed
gar and mean; foul and cruel, and ; tb class has prtxluml the-gFtttestHi-
.ir. lovo wjiat is noble and: highrmhulod, her of geniuses kimjily !h(cau.sd-'1t " U
,i , pure and just.,!, ,,;!-, i ..h , m J; u,
In our own Jbnglish Slanguage wp
inay read by hundreds, books which
k. -. ,rf
rullahoma to XlcMiiiiivillc Arrives 12:10 p.
m.: leaves 5:20 a. m., daily except Sundays.
McMinuville to Sparta Arrives 5:30,a.m.j
leaves 12:00 p.m.; daily except Sundays.
Through mail ta ana trom Dej'oua. luiia
homa, arrives 8.00 a. m., leaves, 12.00 m.
Beersheba Springs Arrives ' 6:3Q p.m.;
Tuesdavs, Thursdays and Saturdays ; .h aves
'i:00 a. ni , same days. ' t ''
Smithvillc (route No.l9355)r arrtes 12:00
m., Moudays, Wedne.sdavs and Saturdays;
leaves 1:00 p.m., same days. C 4
Woodbury Arrives 12 m.; Wednesdays
nd Saturdays; leaves l.OOp.ii., eanie days.
Horse Shoe Falls Arrives 12:00 m., Wed
nesdays and , Fridays; leaves. 2:00, p. in.,
saint days., , '
Methodist Kev. J. T. Curry,
pastor : services every Sunday morning and
uight. Sunday-school at 9)j a. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday night.
Christian Services every Sunday. Prayei
meeting Wednesday night.
Presbyterian Uev. F. L. Leeper, pastor.
Preaching every Sunday morning and night;
prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
Sunday-school every Sunday morning at 9
Cumberland , Presbyterian Rer, G. T.
Stainback pastor; servicesevery Sunday and
at nignt; prayerineeiing neaneRuay nigni.
!) ) InW r i Imi t.,i-.U Jit
, t ... .1 . ., . . ' . i- . . ; . t .
This is what you ought to have, in
fact you must have it to' fully enjoy
life. ' Thousands aro searching' for it
'daily, and mourning because .'they
find it. not. i- Thousands upon thou
sands of dollars are spent annually by
bur neoiiloln the luie that thCV may
attain thl-? booh'. ' 'Ahd yft it may be
had by all.; vd guarantee that luep
trie Bitters, if used according to direc
tions and the use persisted in, will
bring you Good Digestion and oust
the demon Dyspepsia and install in
stead Eupensy. AVe recommend Elec
tric Bitters for Dyspepsia and all did
eases of the Stomach; Liver nnd Kls-
neys. Sold at 5tc and $100 per bnttl-
by ltitchey & Bostick, Druggists.,
tell of nil virtue and of all praise the
stories of good anti brave !men - and
women: of deeds which we ourselves
i It was just .nu ordinary , scrap of
wrapping paper, but it saved her life.
She wa9 in' the last stages, of con
sumption; told by physician that she
was incurable and coma live' only
short- timfl t. she. .weighed t Jess , th,
seventy pounds , On a piece of wrap- nobler thaii we are ourselves
ping paper snereau or nr. lvmg's ' ' , Jj '....- y'.
iew, inscovery, ana got a sample
null 'j i T". (),:. i,ii).u(jT'-i im
' ' i Everybody Knows'i " '
That ut thtase&ijou the.Uood is .filled
with inl purities"; Uie'accumiriktion of
inontlis of close eonfinemeoi' poor
jyi ,a should be proud of doing of persons 1y ventilated stores,- workshops, teno
t'han whom we feel 'to be" better. Wiser, nicnts ;yiir"t)i9se'mpuritie3 ' and
bottle;, It . ,helpt'd her, she bought
large uottie, it heipeu ner more, she
bought another and grew better fast,
continued to use it and is now strong,
every trace of scrofula,- salt rheum, or
other disease may be expelled by1 tak
" Thc.Oreatcst ftemedy on Earth,1' " ing Ilood's-.SarsnpariU'lfthe best
uruninuitrcii iu u purely vt'Kt-lHUlc. rctfOUl- I Hiuwu muiiuu , u&vfvui.uv4.
mended by physicians; , it never fail
neauny, rosy, piump, weigning mo
pounds. iFor fuller particulars send
stamD to W. II. Cole, druccist. Fort
. , .,-., ., i , (' , , ,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lameness,
ings, Sprains, Weak Joints, Bums,' Scalds,
Chilblain, Frost I5ites,; Bunions,' Bruises,
the only medicine! of -which -"lOU
doses one dollar" is true.;
. - -.-i.-M . IK. ,
Smith. , :Trial bottles of this wonder-
ful Discovery Free at ltitchey & Bos-
ticK's Drugstore.. ... , ... .. t i,.
When we are in the company tit-
Sore throat, Insect Stings, and afflictions of sensible men, we. ought; lfbe, tjpfibly
First Dsptlbt Sunday school at 9 o'clock,
a. in., Preaching at 11 a. ui. and at 6:30 p. m.
Pravermeeting every Wednesdny night. Rev.
F. V. Baker, Pastor.
, : ,., COU11TM.
pIIANCERY Sits 4ili Monday in Way and
U November; W. S. Bearden, Chancellor;
J. C. Biles, Clerk. '
CIRCUIT Sits 2d Monday In January,
May, and September; M.D. Sniallman,
Judge; AV. V. Whitson, At-torney-General:
I. W. Smith, Clerfe. ' '
COUNTY Sits by quorum 1st Monday in
every month; full court-every quarter;
A4 C. Myers, Esq., Chairman ; W. L.
S-wann, Clerk. 'l
OTnER COUNTY" OFFICIALS-1. L.
Rheay, Sheriff; Jno. L. Jaco, Register;
G.N. M. Newby, Trustee and Tax Collec
t'r; John F. St. John, Tax Assessser;
Geo. T. ' Purvis, Ranger; Mat. Jones,
Jailer; VV. N. Mitfhell, County Superintend
ent or Public Instruction '
MUNICIPAL OFFICERS Mayor, D. B.
Cnrsou ; Aldermen, J M Cunningham,
W S Livelv. W II Sacar, Geo S Stroud, W C
Arledge, 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. Thukman, W. M.
ROYAL ARC II CHAPTER 3r Thurday
night in every month. '
T. C. Lind, H. P.
f O. O. F. McMinnville, No. 146; every
1. Tuesday night, in their hall over Worn
ack & Colville's store.
' ' J. B, Webu, N. G. '
F. L. Lkkpkr, Secretary. t
Rebekah Degree, meets First Thursday
aight in each month. .
Mrs, V S. Lively, N. G.
Mrs. J. II. Shekrill, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF IIONOR-Mountain City,
No; 110; meets in Masonic hall 2d and
ith Monday nightsin every month.
Tiros. Br.ACK.Rep. G. W. Brittain,'D'.
KNIGHTS AND LADY'S IIONOR-2nd
and 4thThursday nightB in every month
1 ' ' ' S. T. LlVKLY, P.
1831 "SB. 1800
,. THE BEST OF THE,
: SXVOTKD TO '
Farm Crops & rocesaes,
i r; LlvcSt6cIt & Dairy In-' , f
Milling World. ' - i - '
United States Senator Teller in a
recent debate contended that agricul
tural depression' is! not 'confined to the
United States. 1 It prevails in all the
countries of the world except France.
A recent parliamentary inquiry has
shown that the British farmers have
within twelve years sunk more than
half their capital. The trouble is
neither free. trade nor protection
Sinee the United States resumed
specie ' payment in 1870, there has
been a continuous drop in the prices
of farm produce. . The wheat crop of
this year, with 'only a difference of
of 8,000,0(10 bashels in quantity was
$180,000,000 in value less than the
wheat crop of 1880. , The corn crop of
this year was 500,000,000 bushels more
than that of 1882, but it brought the
farmers less. Evidently the Ameri
can depression, great as it is, is far
less than the European depression,
whatever the cause of the depression
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 lielt 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 Uelt and Appliances
on a trial. oltaic 13 ult Co.,
, : - 1 Marshall, Mich.
Turning Out Tenants in Brazil.
One of the things that first strikes a
person newly landed in Brazil is the
want of verandas. It would not be
80 6txange, perhaps,; it' the Spanish
palio were common to the houses,
but that is almost never seen. In the
country, 'some bf the' r'fargef : houses
have verandas, though even these
generally are bat poor affairs. The
eloping red tile roof Is universal,1 and
rightly so in so wet a climate. It is
easily put on; ' easily'repaired, easily
taken off, and affords exeellcnt shel
i woman who knows it to be a fact
says some men will cct up out of bed
at night in the coldest winter weather
to go to a fire, who cannot be induced
to get up at 7 o'clock to start one - in
the kitchen stove.
- Protect Tour' Langs.
the Throat and Chest. Sufferers from Ear
ache and toothache will find almost Instan
taneous relief by un'mg it. Pemoline Bal
sam is n pure extract; of the Yellow Pine
rae. Call on us and try it.
', ' ' RITCHEY A BOSTICK. '
Th Farmer a Skilled Laborer. 1
..! . ,ir.J-:t , '. ti ','fl' .'.1 .'.iV
R. Welch, in the Forum., , ; , , . . 1 . .
Viewed from the lofty 'standpoint
of the New York Hodcarrier's Unioii,
considered from the hall of the Phila
delphia Billposter's Protective Asso
ciation, the prairie farmer is simply
a clodhopper.' . lie is a man who de
cides to have corn, wheat, and pota
toes, instead of wild grass, grow1 on a
certain piece of land, and plants the
seed that will produce them. In point
of fact, more knowledge and skill are
requisite for prosecuting his craft than
that of any city' artisan! - It 1 is
more difficult to managa .a reaping-
' Winter is harder on the Lnngs than ' on
any other part of. the body. Its chilling
breath comes dangerously close to their
warm and delicate tissues. Its icy hand
almost touches them. The one thing, there
fore, to do in wiuter, above all thiuus else,
is to protect the Ll'NGS. But it through
carelessness or by 1 unavoidable exposure,
you should contract a Cold, or be laid up
with Pueumopia, or Bronchiti or Tleurisy,
or that dreadegt of all Lung diseases,' Con
sumption, do not delay a moment, but get
a bottle of Pe-ru-ua and commence taking
it at once.' You will be both surprised and
pelighted at your rapid recovery. If your
dowels huDtien to be out of order at the
same time regulate them with Manalin, a machine than aTuachlne, that turns
Monderfnl wmtle bat effective laxative. ,,llf iti. n,0t0 l.;J.A,iJ,.
OnW U bottle for, -either. For sale, by , "lH ,
Ritchev i Bostick. , I needed . to, sow. grain than to move
1 t f i ' '-Nr " t
An Irish Gentleman.
The seats were all full, and one
was occupied by a rouglMooking
Irishman. At one of the stations a
couple of well-bred 1 and: intelligent-
looking j'oung ladies came in to
procure seats, but, seeing no vacant
ones, were about to go into another
car, when Patrick arose hastily and
offered them his seat w ith evident
"But you will have no seat your-
eelf," responded one of the ladies
with a smile, and with true polite
ness hesitating to accept it.
"Never ye moind that," 'said the
Hibernian; "yer welcome to it. I'd
ride upon the cow-ketcher any toimc
from here till New York for a smoile
from such gintlernanly ladies;" and
he retreated into the next car amid
the applause of those who witnessed
the incident. Perhaps the foregoing
hint to many ladies will shov, that
a trifle of politeness has often a hap
py effect. .jt. , ,, ,
cautious of talking too much, lest we
lose two good things their good
opinion and our own improvement;
for what we hay to ,sayr we know,
bujj Watthey have to! say we know
- That Terrible Conh r
In the morning, nurrled or difficult
breathing, raising phlegm, tightness
in thechet, quickened pulse, chilli
ness in the even ing or sweats at night,
all or any wf these things are the first
stages of consumption. .DrJ Acker's
English Cough , Itemedy jtill euro
these fearful symptoms, arid is sold
under a positive guarantee by W. II.
Flem ing. , , . , , , . 1
1 ''' ! 1 Dr.' Acker's EnitUsli Pill )
Are active, effective an(f pure. lor
sick headache, disordered- stomach,
loas of appetite, bad complexion and
biliousness, they have never been
equaled, ielther. bf Arn.eric or abroad .
Sold by . 11. 1 lenung. 1
switches in 'a freight yard. Much
inore information, experience,' and
skill are , needed to raise tobacco
plants, to cultivate theni, and proper
ly, to cure the leaves, than' io make
them into cigars. Laying drain" tile
is a urore difficult art than laying
brick.' Properly to remove n fleece
from a sheep demands as great dex
terity as to shave the beard' from a
face. The successful fanner Is neces
sarily a skilled laborer. He Is master,
not of one trade, but of many,' and
a long time is required to learn each
of them. He is also a merchant, and
to be prosperous he must bej a judge
of the quality of many things, and
know how to buy and sell them to
the best advantage.
" It is marvellous how a man like my husband,
who prides himself on his tidy appearance, can
carry so much hidden dirt. If the edge of my
skirt looked as abominable as the bottom of hU
trousers he'd fly In a rajfe. And all this nasti
ncss could be avoided If ha would use ,
A Happy Man.
' 1 ' Now, Give Attention'
To the, purification of your blood, for
at no season is the .body sp suspecti-
ble to the benefits to be derived from
a good medicine, as in, March ; April -
and May, .Hood's Sarsaparilla is the
favorite spring medicine, r.,Jt stands
unequaled for purifying,, the- blood,
curing scrofula, salt rheuu, etc,j . reg
ulating the kidneys and, liver, repair
ou his Shoes, but he won't j and yet lie says tt is
the Quest Pressing in the world for his Harness.
Some men are lust pig headed, and John U one
of them." A.i. 1 1 ..'
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
1 Soli in all Dealert and Earim Maker: ' ! -
JL ,4, ,,i ,
ter from the tropical down-pours. It
may sound Strange,' "but it appears to' am gratified t6 say. that siuce its use-1 have
be true, if one can believe statements
Read what he says : "About two .years intr nerve tRUes. Htremrtheninff and
Since, while suffering from penodicoaj at j vig0rating the' whpl body, l Well
tack of Inflaniatory Rheumatism my atten- T , . t 1 ,
tionwaa called to Fernollne Balsam, and uvM ,u
although Afraid that if would, like other cnrpnip yiseuse, apuiiestpring iqe?;fli-
remedies, give me no relief, I tried' if, and mcieq pansta a . Biiiurrri, Jiwauny
A iOlfRNAL' FOR ADVEKTISBRS
I ' ... IkJ .vl. Idilb in.i,il,l1ll Isanll '
If . . . ...... . J ' 1 u , rfH
made by both foreigners and Brazil
ians in 'high" public' 'sia tions, ",'that
that property in a roof the ' mo6t' de
sired is the one which allows It to be
easily taken off, as there is a law
that forbids the eviction of tenants
. r . ii . 1 ' . .1 1 1 I . .
aiie it also includes ah minor ucparunenis ior me non-paymeni 01 rem, anu me year, being its
,. "u wwreai, ucn as we roury 1 aru, remedy mwi Ia us tQ Surmount this sine the birth
Grapery. -Veterinary Replies, Farm Ques- difficulty is the removal of the roof once In 315 years,
tions and Answers, Fireside Heading, Do
mestic Economy, and a summary of the
News of the Week. Its. Market Reports are
unusually complete, and much attention is
raid to the Prospects of the Crops, as throw
ing light upon one of the most important of
ail questions When to Buy and hhen to
Sll. It is liberally Illustrated, and by Re
cent Enlargement, contains more reading
matter than eyer before. The Subscription
Price is 2.50 per vear, but we offer a special
r.ElH'CTION in bur
by the landlord under the , pretext of I
repairs, when the flret shower gener
ally produces the desired effect.
, CLUB RATES FOR 1890!
Twe Subscriptions, in one rem
Six Subscriptions, , do
Twelve Subscriptions, da
ZZfToaJlKzvt Sxbtcrilifrt for 1S90. av-
fMi'tfi'witt!e,'we,wni iend.the paper
Our Very Beht People '
Conhrm our statement when we say
that Dr. Acker b tngiisn Kemedy. is
in every M ay superior to any and all
other preparations for the Throat and
Lungs, In Whooping Cough and
sfi.n. " fii! Croup, it is magic and relieves at
ltiance nn W'a nH-a .n a comnla htla
free. Remember, this remedy Is sold
on a positive guarantee. Sold by
. H. Pieming. 1
y, EEKLY; from our receipt of the remit-
ttuce, l to . Jonuary 1st, 1890,- Avituoct
CHARGE. Specimen Copies Free. Address,
LllIltK UlULU A NUY I'll bin.
ALBANY, N. Y.
rrr BROIYH'S IRON BITTERS
Cures indigestion, Killousne, Ppfps', Mala
ria. NervouMiess, and Graeral Debility. I'bysi-
cians recommend It. AUueaU-rs sell it. (.Jenuine
has trade mark aud crosseil red lines ou wrapper.
not only been1 relieved, but am absolutely
cured. ,1, 1, ,,(, .OLIVER. MOORE, 1
.,, ... . ... , Charleston, ,C,
Porn nli no Ralcnm iff tctr raIa hv
... . . aiaufii ciuusiiLa.
It is claimed that the star' of Beth
lehem will ' again be ' Visible in 1 this
of Christ. It Comes
and is of wondrous
brilliance for the space of three weeks;
then it wanes' and disappears after
seventeen months. It will be a sixth
star added to the"five fixed stars in
the constellation Cassiopea while it
remains in sight. , . , ,',.,,,,, ,
' The First Symptoms or Death. .'"
Tired feeling, dull headache, pain9
in various parts of the body, sinking
at the pit of the stomach, loss of ap
petite, feverishness, pimples or sores,
are all positive evidence of poisoned
blood, ino matter now u oocame
poisoned It must be purified to avoid
death. Dr.. Acker's English Mood
Elixir has never failed to remove
scrofulous or syphilitic poisons. Sold
under positive guarantee by W. II.
Eleming, McMinnville. 1
condition,. : If you have npvqr; tried
Hood's Sareaparill for your f 'spring
ineuicine.il m bo ims season,,,;)
' i . t- 1 " - i J T - 1- -i si: it
Produced from the laxative ;and nu
tritious juice of California' figs, com
bined with the medicinal virtues bf
plants) known tb be most beneficial
to the human system, acts gently on
the kidneys. liver and bowels, . effect
ively cleansing the system, dispelling
colds and headaches, andcuring hab
Itual constlpation. .! l-itnt !. .! -
1 m 1 -H (), 1
Ml IN BUlUMT 1M II M. n-,
4 'vumm'imt tM ttrt Hate ruu(
I t im Iwm MM ll
11 liiWWtiMlmliliaaftf topii
1 Ll m mniil miiiiT fwnrtn
. iiW AlwiMit Bmmv
, ALL WORK H AUItAXTEII.
Shop and Residence on Main Street, ppp"
,,. ,. site Methodist Church. n,, , 1
McMINNVJLLE, ,:i ,- v TENX.
, Wemoy here recentlyland; the WATCHES. CLOCKS f JEWELRY.
druggist said he didn t have any pr. I
Bull's Worm Destroyers, hut when I !
said I would have , no) pthcr, he, said
he would get some in a few days, and
so he did. I knowjwhat, Ihv Bull's
Worm Destroyers will do.l and .will
not give my children any, other;.- LIME and ROCK.
irs. j. d. uiair, isurton,;cai. ,,
"Lsrnricz ft mar ;ni
will Veep a f nil supply of fine Lime on haml
at their quarry on the Creamery bluff, ami
will also Burnish , . 1 , .
. 1,.. i 1 r
, yeuralgie Tenons
Andtlifiso troubled with nervousness resulting
from care or overwork will be relieved by taking
llroivn'a Iron Bitters, Genuine
has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.
Subscribe forthcSr.MJAi:u. $1.00.
for Kock Work
of all kind ollcite I. and Ktisfactii n gear-
in anr qnantitica. Orders
anteed n everr contract