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Time Table !!cll & M E B -
UOIMU ' HOrjTH.
Lv. Sparta...... ...10 50 am.
" Doyle...'....., 11 20 in.
" Holders ...,1145 am.
" Walling... 1165 am.
" Itoclc Islam! ...,12 05 pm.
" Rowland... ...12 45pu
" McMinnville 1 15 pro.
" Smurtt 1 45 pio.
" Morrison 2 10 pro.
" Suramitville 2 35 pm..
" Manchester ,315 pm,.
Tullahomli., ......... 4 15 pm,
' ' Pass.
, Tullahotua... 1Q 00 am.
....10 45 am.
Summitvillt) ...,,....11 la am.
Morrison , 11 3o am.
Smartt... .........11 55 am. (
McMinuville 12 15 pui.
KowanU ...u 4o pm.
" Rock Island
Walling.. 1 13 pm."'
' Unliier uaj..U1 nm. p
" , Dojle i rw'-vi 40 Pmi i &5.ll0-
Ar. Sparti,-. ." 2 05 pmJ 1Q 25 aai.
l'asgenver traius pass . i uuanomn, going
south i 63 a ml 10 24 p m and 5 So m : go
1 05 pm,
3 05 am.
3 35 am.
3 64 am,
4 02 ami
4 10 am.
4 35 Bin,
0 05 ami
5 25 am.
5 45 am
6 30 am.
7 20 am.
5 30 ami
, 6 30 am.
7 00 am.
7 25 am.
7 50 am.
8 15 am,
8 50 am.
9 IS am,
"9 25 am.
9 35 ani.
seuyef iruius mna i uiintjumg uiu
M 63 a m; 10 24 p m and 5 55 p w ; go
Kli, 4 32 l m, 2 58 a iu, 7 32 ii m.
rullahoma to McMinnville Arrives 12:10 p.
oi.: leaves 5:20 B. m., daily except Sundays,
McMinnville to Sparta Arrives 5:30 a.m.;
leaves 12:00 p.m.; daily except Sunday.
Through mail to and from beyond Tulla
homa, arrive 8.00 a. ru.,'Jeaveg, 12.00 in.
Beersheba Springs Arrive 6:30 p.m.!
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday ; leave
6:00 a. m , same days. -v xi
Sinithville (route No. 19355)-arrlve 12:00
m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturday.;
leaves 1:00 p.m., same day, h'""
Woodbury Arrive 12 ni. Wednesday
aud Saturdays ; leaves 1:00 p.m., sauie days.
Horse Shoe Fall Arrives 12:00 m., Wed
nesday and Fridays; leave 2:00 p. m..
same day. . .-.
Methodist Rev. J. T. Curry,
pastor ; service every Sunday morning and
uight. Sunday-school at 9 A. M. Prayer
meeting Wednesday night.
Christian Service every Sunday. Prayei
llf-J J I U
meeting v cuuesua; uikih. i qU9-
rresoyierian xiev. r . i. weeper, pasiur.
Preaching every Sunday morning and night;
prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
Sunday-school every Sunday morning at 9
Cumberland , Presbyterian Rev, Q. T.
6taiubackpastor;servicesevery Sunday and
at night; prayermeeting Weduesday night.
Sunday-school 9:30. a. m. J ' . ' '
First Baptist Sunday school at 9 o'clock,
a. m., Preaehing at 11 a. m. and at 6:30 p. m.
Prayermeeting every Wednesday night. Rev.
F. W. Baker, Pastor.
(Ill ANCERY Sits 4th Monday in May aud
J November; W. S. Bearden. Chancellor;
J. C. Bile, Clerk. . . ,
CIRCUIT Sits 2d Monday in January,
Mar, and September; M.D. Smallman,
Judge; W. V. WhiUon, At-torney-Ueneral:
I. W. Smith, Clert.
COUNTY Sits by quorum 1st Monday in
every month full court e, very quarter;
A. C. Myers Esq., Chairman; W. L.
Swann, Clerk. -
OTHER COUNTY OFFICIALS-r 1 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. - Jones,
Jailer; W. N. Mitchell, CountySuperintend
eiit of Public Instruction.
. VTUNICIPALOFFICERS-Mayor, D. B.
iVX Carson; Aldermen, J M Cunningham,
W S Lively, W H Sagar, Geo 8 Stroud. W C
Arledcre, Frank Maddux. Street Commis
sioners, D B Carsou, W II Sugar, J M Cunningham.
II & A. M. Warren No. 125 1st Thursday
. night in every mouth, in their hall over
the court room. I. J. Tiicrman, W. M.
OYAL ARCH CHAPTER Sr Thurday
nightin every month.
x. v. USD, 11. v.
10. O. F. McMinnville, No. 146;every
Tuesday night, in their hall over Worn
aek & Colville's store.
J. B, Wnr,B, N. G.
F. L. Lkrper, Secretary.
Rebekah Degree, meets First Thursday
night in each month. . . .. -.
Mrs. W. S. Livkly, N. G.
Mrs. J. n. Sherriix, Secretary.
IV No. 140: meets in Masonic hall 2d ana
1th Monday nights! n every month.
Tiios. BLACK.Rep. G. W. Brittaik.D.
KNIGHTS AND LADY'S nONOR-2nd
and 4thThursday night in every month
8. T. Lively, P.
A JUDICIAL LAUGHER.
TbaTouadai rftprofesstoa Wbfeh TTom
Ism to KavolattonlB Legal Method.
- ''lit. McGinn. I suDDOBer said
jQbu8tiookngroanV;with an ashes of
roses of nose and a big mouth, walk
In; into the office of that well-known
merchant, jhepther morning-. , ; , I
; ; "You'll -i.haje to tcs me just
TtAW " Aalrl tKa KimlnAau.mnn: aft A IMtt n CF
tivn natvi kuvi uuoiUVOD uiuitf j . a
his watch; Tve ffot a bij case to attend
to in courtthls, fcorning."!! ; , . t
"Exactly P said "the ' stranger. ' "I
noticed it on the calendar,, so I called.
Don't you want to eofwre meP" ' .
"Are you a lawyer?"
'Gti&t Scott! No I haven't sunk
that low yet. I'm a leffal cachlnnator."
"A what?'' I -''''' '
Vhy,' (a" professional laugher., .1
soft o' cap all the jokes of my client s
lawyer; .don't you soe? Exasperates
the other sldo. Grapple with the idea,
don't you?". M ' '' '.. '. , .
VCaa't say-1 do. eactlyj'.,.,.- ..., ,
"JYell, I'll explain. You seo there
Is nothing so effective' in a jury .tritil
as ridicule,1 satire and things. Well,
it is also" a singular fact .that ninety-'
nine out ol a hundred juryraeu never
see the point of a joke, no matter how
plaip it is.5 but thoy are always ready
to chip in and follow up any one who
starts a laugh just like a flock of
sheep!"' ' " ' "
"Are',' eh?" " V. ' ' ' " ' '' ' "
"Yes, sir. : Experience lm proved
that the large majority of mankind
need to bo, told when to laugh., Thoy
haye to bo set in motion, so to speak,
like a row of bricks."
"But what has that to do with your
case,' oh? I'll tell you.' i You bee. I sit
in one of the front benches, whore the
jury can see. me easily, and whenever
your counsel cracks a joke and says
something funny, or Intended to bo
funny, 1 laugh like un ead-man of, a
minstrel show, and pound with a big
cane. Of course the jury joins In and
the other side becomes perfectly furl-
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I.I Til ER TUCKER A SOX, rb'r.
ALBANY, N. Y.'
"Makes 'era mad, eh?" said the mer
"Just breaks 'em nil up. And tho
madder their lawyer gets, the more
the jury and spectators are .impressed
in your favor. Why, in Skeggs vs.
Skinderly, last week, 1 actually laughed
the plaintiff clear out of courL"
' "Did. eh?"
Yes, Blr. You see, when tho op
position counsel try to bo funny in ro
turn I .Bcrape my feet on the floor,
cough., drop my stick, and look as
solemn as a darky undertaker. I
throw that iu, though, without extra
charge.": ""' ' - '
0"That's kind of you." 1
. "Don't mention' it. . Now, just retain
me in your case, nnd I'll do you more
good than nil the high-priced lawyers
in the country. Til coat you just
twenty-five dollars; and if you'll make
it thirty dollars, i ll also put on
a couple of boys tipprentlces
of mine. They're not very reliable
yet; but when we work together we'iv
a team I tell you. One of 'o:n is
particularly promising; has a mouth
almost as big as u darky, and can
break an ordinary window glass not
plate-glass, you know at six feet dis
tance, by laughing at it. five times out
of six. Nearly shook down tlio gallery
while doing thj 'deafening applause'
and 'uncontrolablo merriment' at a
political meeting at Steinway Hall tho
other night, and"
I'll ahem! I'll think of it. Yes,
I guess you'd better drop in again
this afternoon," sail tho merchant,
And as Purfy, the defendant iu Mc
Gluo va Turfy, is now trying to effect
a compromise. It Is fair to suppose the
specialist was engaged. Derrick
Dodd, in Puc'.c.
Metalic Facing tcr Walls.
A metalic facing for walls of build
ings, by which tho surfaco is made to
resemble cut stone work." is proposed.
According to this method, the grooves
representing' "joint's between stone
work are stamped or otherwise formed
upon thej outer faces of the .Hiiects, thus
producing extended projections on tho
inner side of the sheets. These propor
tions fulfill the purpose of bearings
against and hold the plain portions of
. the 6heet . awny, . from the work, ' suf
ficiently to form air spaces between
the walls luid metalic facings of the
structure'.' the' effect o! this-being to
insuro the very groat advanlngo of
protection of the building from damp
ness, as well as from cold in winter
and heat in summer, tho danger from
external fires being likewise dimin
ished. '""Of course, ,the. appearance of
buildings treated In this manner may
be improved by paiiting iu color, ac
cording to choice. N. Y. Sun.
Vlrat Cload th RorliH f th
( Honeyllp Household. . .
."Row glad I am, dearie, that our
tastes are so very similar," said youh g
Mrs. Honeyllp to ' her "husband, when
they had returned from their bridal
tour and were furnishing the flat la
which they were to be "so porfootly
We agree about everything, don't
we, darling?", she continued. "We
both wanted cardinal and gray to bo
the prevailing tones in the parlor, we
agreed exactly about , the blue room,
and both wanted oak . for the dining
room and hall. Wu lLke the same kind
of chairs. Oh, we agree exactly, don't
we, and how nice it is! I'd feel dread
ful If we didn't "'agree, particularly
about any important thing." " '
. i "So -would I, darling." he said. "It'a
lovely to live in Buch perfect harmony.
Now, I guess ril.haogthis lovely little
.water-color your jaunt gave us right
'. .V ! VI . ..I u t ait
over. mi.!j unumai, nuuu i f i , , i
"I don't harly. know,, dear.
Wouldn't It look; hotter over that
bracket on thj opposite wall?"
. "I hardly think so, love; the light la
so much better here.'.1 , , , . . .
"Do you think so, George?. Iteally,
now, I don't like it in that light"
"You don't? Why, its just the light
for it It's entirely too dark for a water-color
on tho other wall."
"I don't think so at all. Water-colors
don't want a great deal of light" . ;.
"They certainly don't want to be, in
"They cortainly doit want to hang
in a perfect glare of light." ' "
; "I guess I've hung pictures before
to-day, and" . , . ,
"O, George, how cross you are!" .
"I m no crossor than you, and
"You are, too, and I I oh,
"Pshaw, Helen, I only said "
"Oh, I know what you said, and it
has broken my heart!"
: "There, there, dear" ,
; "Oh, it has! ;I I George, do you
really want me to go back to mamma
and papa?" . ,
"Why, darling, you know"
"Be be cause, bob hoo, if you
d d o, boo hoo, I will. It would bo
better, boo hoo, thau for us to quarrel
so over every thing, and"
"There, there, my dear, I"
"Mamma , was afraid we were too
unlike in disposition to get along well,
but I I I oh, George, this is too
perfectly dreadful!" Detroit Free
Shortly aftera fire In a town ."down
South," a colored man called on an
Insurance-agent and said.
"Wants mv mnnpv Punn ' '
. ....... f
"I don't owe'you any ni6ney'.'
"Ain't yesse'f de 'sho'ence-agent?"
"Yes I am an Insurance-agent." 1
"Den yer owes me money, fur my
eto' burned up drin' de late fire, sah."
"You were not Insured In my com
"Golly, you say I was'n't ! "
"Come, get out of here." "
"Hold on,' boss. an' lemn'ie 'splaln.
Wuz Mr. Jones 'shored I n'yef compa
!7ork of ike Legislator.
The following list f law s enacted
comprehend the business of the two
extraordinary sessions just ended: To
pay the expenses of theextraordinary
session; to change time of holding
Chancery Courts in the fifth Chan
eery Division; to allow Johnson City
to issue school bonds; to allow same
to Issue Btreet . improvement bonds;
to change line between Union and
Grainger; to declare theatre-ticket
speculation a privilege; to abolish the
county of James; , to .allow the town
ofGreenevIlletoissue school bonds;
to amend the act preventing scalage
or cotton, so as to make the amount
of pounds deducted equal the weight
of bagging and ties; to prevent double
," Wall an' good. Jfow my sto' was taxation; to allow second-plaas taxing
"Yes.", , . (;()
"Wuz Mr.' Jackson?"
jus' bertwixt Mr, Jones an,' Mr. Jack
son. De wall o'dar sto's made.de
wal Is o' my sto'. F4 yer'd a took dar
sto's erway, my sto' woulder been
gone. Delnshoin' o'jdar own sto's
Insho'ed mine, doan yer see?" ' '
' "No I don't see." !
"Den I ain't goin' ter git nuffln Is
I?" ':' "
"No." . i .';'.:,.
"I'll recolleck, dis, sah, , an' see
whutde cou't'ous'U hab ter say;"
and, turning away he muttered, "Ef
I'der knowed de comp'ny wuz so
tricky, Iwouldn'ter set de blame sto'
districts to issue waterworks bonds;
to allow Trenton to Issue bonds for
water-works purposes; to allow Jack
son to issue water-works bonds; to in
corporate. Look out Mountain to en
large Nashville; to'allow Morristown
to issue water-worka bonds; to amend
the act to elect school directors bi
ennially; to allow Bristol to Issue
bonds for street purposes; to make
the payment of poll-tax a condition
precedent to voting; te make valid
articles of incorporation taken out be
fore Notaries Public; tq amend the
Lea law; to amend Myers' law; to
amend Dortch law; to amend the as
sessment law so as to limit assess
ment to three years; to amend , the
charter of Chattanooga; to increase
The First Sjmptoms of Death.
Tired feeling, dull headache, pains
in various tmrts oft ha lnulv cinirir,
how at the pit of the stomach, loss of an- 8alarJe9 of Tax Assessors In Davidson
1 n4i4. r ti 1 a At .
pvuic, levtrisnncss. pimpies or sores, county; 10 exiena me corporate nm-
are au posmve evidence of poisoned Its of Memphis.
"""Ai. iutmcr now 11. Decame
poisoned it must be purified to avoid
death. Dr. Acker's English Blood
Elixir has never failed to remove
scrofulous or syphilitic poisons. Sold
under positive guarantee by W. II.
Fleming, McMinnville. 1
A MOORISH GENTLEMAN.
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 Ilemedv. and will retund
The ship was lying in the '"-Y to a11 ht buv. take it as
uiiviiiuiio, aiiu uu iioi II 1 II t our
statement correct. Sold by W. II.
There Is hardly any doubts but
what Murfreesboro will have a stock
show next month, says the Home
' . ; He Rejected the Plan.
Stanzer I'd like to know how to get
this poem published. I've sent it to a
dozen editors, but it's of no use.
CarperYou might put it in an en
velope, leave it on your table, and then
commit suicide. All the papers would
haro it next day. fuck.
Don't urge children to take nasty
ft J . -
worm oils. , xney enjoy eaung jjr.
Bull's Worm Destroyers and will ask
for mere. '
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Cure Indigestion, Bilioutness, Dyspepsia, Mala
ria, Nenrousnesa, and General Debility. Physi
cian recommend it. All dealers sell it. Genuine
has trade mark and crossed red Hues on wrapper.
Courteur and Cnnt'deratloo with
Which lie Trait tl Ilia Wife. I
A Moorish officer we took to Jed
dah from Tangier had his wife with
him. She was his only wife,, and
though only eighteen years of age,
had been mat'rled to him five, years
and had had three children, one of
whom was dead and the other two
alive and left behind at their home in
Fez, whence thoy came. He had
twice before periormod the Hadj, and
each time had been accompanied by
his young wife. This time they wero
taking her mother with them, and in
deed the thoughtful and considerate
way in which ho treated them occa
sioned me a good deal of surprise.
This . bigoted Mussulman looked
upon by his European breth
ren as a jealous tyrant of woman, as
one utterly incapable of appreciating
their higher qualities, and merely
using them as means wherewith to
gratify his coarse passions could cer
tainly have shamod many of them in
the bay about a mile from tho city of
Tangier; the sea was running pretty
high, and long before they came along
side, both ladies wero very sick. Gent
ly he lifted them on board and laid
them down in a quiet corner, while 'ho
rushed about to seek the best place on
the deck wheraon to fix his tent Then
he tore open his packages, and drew
out from them carpets and pillows arid
cushions, and in a short while a well-
fitted tent , was ready, and into it he
carried the two women and laid them
down and made them t comfortable.
There they lay.lill tho noxt day, as
much like two bundles of clothes as
any thing' else,' for even ' their faces
and hands were invisible, ' and
I really believe they, did' not
move once, although in a fow hours,
as soon as wo had got through the
straits and entered the Mediterranean,
tho sea became pcrfoctly calm, and a
great deal of their indisposition must
have been of that inexplicable naturo
which would have tried tho patience of
many a Christian husband consider
ably. But he busied himself about
and lit a fire and presontly turned out
a nice little dinner and didn't lose his
temper a bit bocause they would have
none of it, but only gazed .sorrowfully
at the provisions that were to bo
wasted. Then he made them soma
tea, and then some coffee, and left
nothing untried In the whole category
of things to make them comfortable,
patiently sitting there fanning them,
or anon starting up to get them some
water or any other thing they might
want. Cornhiil Magazine.
"Why doesn't he take Hood's Sar-
A new hotel is to be erected In the
City of Mexico to cost not less than
$2,000,000. It will be the finest hotel
on the American Continent, and will
have 400 guest chambers.
Our Very Best People
Confirm our statement when we say
that Dr. Acker's English ltemedy is
in every way superior to any and all
other preparations for the Throat and
Lungs. In Whooping Cough and
Croup, it is magic and relieves at
once. We offer you a sample bottle
free. Remember, this remedy is sold
on a positive guarantee. Sold by
W. It. Fleming. l
.: . ; That Terrible' Coug ;. 1
In the morning, hurried or difficult
breathing, raising phlegm, tightness
in the chest; quickened pulse, chilli-'
all or any f these things are the first
stages of consumption. Dr. Acker's
English Cough , Remedy will cure
these fearful symptoms, and is sold
under a positive guarantee by W. H.
Statistics show that the lougest
lived people in the world are Norwe
gians. The average duration of life
In Norway is 48.83 years for the men,
51.:M)forthe women and 49.81 for
Isaac Hirsh, a newsboy of Nash
ville, is worth $1,600 which was
made selling papers. He won the
prize offered by the Nashville Amer
ican for selling tho largest number of
their papers for four Sundays, selling
Oscar Hill of Clay County Ala.,
died Sunday night from hydrophobia,
caused by the bite of a blue gum ne-gn.
; Dr. Acker's English Pills
Are active, effective and pure. For
sick headache, disordered stomach,
loss of appetite, bad complexion and
biliousness, they have never been
equaled, either in America or abroad.
Sold by XV. II. Fleming. 1
The human heart is like a feather
bed. It must be roughly handled,
wpll-shaken and exposed to a variety
of turns to prevent its becoming hard.
. Syrup of Figs,
Produced from the laxative and nu
tritious juice of California figs, 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
ively cleansing the system, dispelling
colds and headach?s, andeuring hab
itual constipation. , , ,,.!.,
B. W. Whilden, a prominent
young capitalist of Birmingham, ' has
mysteriously disappeared. The last
seen of him he started down the Ten
nessee river from Decatur in a skiff.
His hat was found on an island be
low Decatur a day or two later. '
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we will mall you our illustrated pam
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Appliances, and their charming ef
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' ' "' ' Marshall, Mich.'
. .. -M '! ' ' ' i . '" ' ' -I l'll
Clover hay is a very valuable' feed
for making rich manure; It is the
farmer's cheapest fertilizer, especially
when grown upon the farm where it
is fed. What it contains of starch
and carbon is mainly drawn from the
air. its mineral elements come
mainly from the subsoil, where roots
of other plants can not reach , them.
There is a good' reason to believe
that the shade of a growing clover
crop, combined with , the action of
the roots in the soil, helps to decom
pose, under certain circumstances,
the air in the soli, and make some of
its nitrogen available as plant food.
Do you want to get rid of that Headache
tlmt bothers you so much? Po you want to
drive away that Incipent Catarrh that is
settling in your head? Doyou want to
change that Sallow, aud Blotchy Complex
Ion for a skin that is bright and clear?
.Do you want to keep your mind clear,, your
breath weet, and yoG blood pure? ' lien
Pe-ru-na is the thing you nped-i ,Now is the
titnevf year when vou need something
that will make your b"lood purp'and' keep
you free- from those many Spring Com
plaints to which all are so subject.'. 'Of
course, if your Catarrh has become Chronic,
or the Impurities In your blood have 'devel
oped into a Disease, then La-cu-pi a should
be taken, and taken at once. Otherwise
Pe-ru-na is all that yon need, supplemented
always, however, by Man a-lid, to keep the
Bowels in good condition. These three
medicines re ru-na, La-cu-pi-a and Man-a-lin
no household can afford to be without.
$1 a bottle. JFor sale, by Ritchey and Bos
tick . , ; . " r
There Is a man in New York who
makes a comfortable living by going
saparilla?" is the general inquiry of around with a whisk broom and bag,
friends when a person
any disease of the blood.
To unfortunate chronic cougheis
we recommend the timely use of Dr.
Hull's Cough Syrup. 2 cts.
gathering up oats that horses scatter
about their noon eating places in the
Subscribe for the Stam.ki, $1.00.
George Francis Train and . Miss
Regina Rothschild started this 'week
to circle the earth. Train sailed west
ward from Tacoma, Wash.',' and Miss
Rothschild started east ward, by rail
from, Port, ...Townsend. intho jamo
state. Train will try to make the
trip In sixty days, and J "Miss Roths
child will try to beat Train.
SQrEnglish Spavin Liniment re
moves all itara, ssott or uuiouseu
Lumps and Blemishes from horses,
Blood Spavin,Curbs, Splints, Sweeny,
Stifles, Sprains, Sore and Swollen
Throat, Coughs, etc. " Save '$50 by.
use of one bottle." Sold by Ritchey A
Bostick. McMinnville. Tennessee.
Xenralglc rcrsons .
Anltli.wo troubli'il with nervousness resulting
fro-., rare or ovt-nvork will be relieved by taking
Br"''n Iron Hitter, rnulne
baa ::ado mar'.; aud crossed red lines on wrapper-