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Time Table McM & HL E R -
Lv. Sparta, ...10 M am.', 3 03 am.
" Doyle 11 2yi am. 3 35 am.
"Holders 11 4.) am. 3 54 am.
Walling 11 "5 am. 4 02 am.
Rock Island 12 0. pm. 4 10 am.
Row In iid 12 4') pin. 4 35 am.
McMinnville 1 l.' pm. 5 05 am.
Smartt...., I 45 pm. 5 25 am.
Morrison 2 10 pm. 5 45 am
Summitville 2 35 pin. 605 am.
Manchester 3 15 pm. 6 30 am.
TuUahoma 4 15 pm. 7 20 am.
Ly. Tullahonia..... ..10 00 am. 5 30 am.
" Manchester 10 45 am. 6 30 am.
" Summitville .....'....11 15 am, 7 00 am,
" Morrison 1135 am. 7 25 am.
" Smartt 11 55 am. 7 50 am.
" McMinnville 12 15 pm. 8 15 am.
" Rowland.; ,.....il2 45 iini. '8 50 am.
" Rock Island .... 105 pm. 9 15 am.
Walling.... 1 13 pm. SI 25 am
" Holder 1 21 pm. 9 35 am,
" Doyle .. 140 pm. 9 55 am
Ar. Sparta 2 05 pm. 10 25 am
Passenger trains pass lullalionia going
south 9 53 a m, 10 24 p m and 5 5o p m ; go
ing north, 4 32 p m, 2 58 a in, 7 32 a m.
;i v t. '; i. Mulls, i
Tullahoma to McMiunville Arrives 12:10 p.
m.: leaves 5:20 a. in., daily except Sundays.
McMinnville to Sparta Arrives 6:30 a.m.;
leaves 12:00 p.m.; daily except Sundays.
Through mail to and from beyond TuUa
homa, arrives 8.00 a. m., leaves, 12.00 m.
Beersheba Spriujrs Arrives 0:30 p.ni
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ; leaves
6:00 a. in , same days.
Smithvillu (route No.l9355)-arrIves 12:00
m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays;
leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
Woodbury Arrives 12 iu., Wednesdays
and Snturdays; leaves 1:00 p.m., same days
Horse Shoe Falls Arrives 12:00 in., Wed,
nesdaysand- Fridays; leaves 2:00 p. m.
" Methodist Rev. J. T. Curry
pastor ; services every Sunday morning and
night. Sunday-school at 9 A. M. Prayer
Christian Services every Sunday. Prayei
meeting Wednesday nicht.
Presbyterian Rev. F. L. J.ceper, 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 pastor;servicesevery Sunday and
at night; prayeruiceting Wednesday night,
Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.
Baittist Dr. A. I). Phillips, pastor,
Preaching every Sumhy morning and
night. Prayer meeting every Weduesday
night, unday school !:.0 a. m.
nilANCEUY Sitsth Monday in Mayatid
J November; w . b. liearden, Chancellor
J. C. Biles, Clerk.
niRCUIT Sits 2d Mondav iu January
U May, and September; M.D. Smallman
Judge; W. V. Wnitson, At-torney-General
I. W. Smith, Clerk.
ftOUNTY Sitsby quorum 1st Monday in
J every month; full court every quarter
A. C. Myers, Esq., Chairman ; W. L
ATIIER COUNTY OFFICIALS-I. L
V Rheay, Sheriff; Jno. L. Jaco, Register
G. N. M. Newbv, Trustee and Tax Collec
tor; John F. St. John, Tax Assessser
Geo. T. Purvis, Ranger; Mat. .ones,
Jailer; W. N. Mitehell.CouutySuperinteud
ent of Public Instruction
MUNICIPAL OFFICERS Mayor, D. B
Carson; Aldermen, J M Cunninghnm
V S Lively, W II Sagar, Geo S Stroud. W C
Arledge, Frank Maddux. Street Commis
sioners, D 15 Ca-rson, W II Sagar, J M Cuu
F& A. M. Warren No. 125 1st Thursday
. night in every month, in their hall over
the court room. , I. J. Tiukman, W. M.
ROYAL ARCIT CHAPTER 3r Thurday
nightiu every mouth.
T. C. LlN'D, II. P.
IO.O. F. McMinuville, No. 146;every
Tuesday night, in their hall over Worn
ack & Colville's store.
J. 15. Wi:i!H, N. G.
F, L. Lekckk, Secretary.
Rebekah Degree, meets First Thursday
night in each month.
Mns. W. S. Lively, N. G. .
Mrs. J. II. Siiekrili., Secretary.
rfNIGHTS OF HONOR Mountain City,
IV No. 140; meets in Masonic hall 2d and
4th Monday nightsin evefy month.
Tuos. Black, Rep. G. W. Bhittain, D.
NIGHTS AND LADY'S IIONOR-2nd
and 4thThursday nights in every month
S. T. Lively, P.
It Has Turned
A chance to make MONEY bv selling our
new book, ' t IIAK VCTl.lt .SKETCH.
ES." It is the fastest selling book ever
brought out in the South. Filfj-tuo
Full I'age Original Illustrations,
fresh aud striking ; humorous and serious.
It is the CHEAPEST BOOK for its size and
character ever published.
One agent sold 1011 Copies in Nashville
in 8 days. Price of outfit only75ceuls.
If you are not satisfied when outfit received,
money reiuuueu. Address,
SOUTHWESTERN PUD. HOUSE,
LIME and EOCK.
LEFIWIOE & ItAEBUET
will keep a full supply of fine Lime on hand
at their quarry on the Creamery bluff, and
it. man aurillMl
many nu:i ntities. Orders for Rock Work
oll kinds solicited, and satisfaction guar,
ameeu on every contract.
Weakness, Malaria, indigestion and
"li 1111'. Hl.lMIK.
iCioW.VS HlOX HITTERS.
jr 'i-i 'I'lii Uy. l or sule by all dealers In
in uri mu geuuiue.
Subscribe for the Standard. $1.
Fear Not Always Cowardice.
When any kind of fear so takes
possi'Ksiun of mini as to destroy or
palsy the antipodal quality of cour
age, then it is that it degenerates into
cowardice. Fear and courage are
counterparts In the human character,
each needing the other to balance and
imit it. The fear of fire, for example,
i3 absolutely essential to preserve life;
but let it be unaccompanied by cour
age, and the pitiable coward crouch
es in terror while hU wife and his
children perish in the flames.
There Iaa Time to Dance
According to St. Paul, and a time to pray ;
time to work nud a tune to play, for
tunate is that person who does the right
thing at the right time. Success will crown
all his efforts and he will end his days in
happiness. Such li person is lie who keeps
his system opened up in Mimmcr Willi 1'e-
ru-na, the matchless ionic. When the
thermometer is standing nt 1)0 degrees in
the shade, and you can almost teel your
stamina oozing out of you, then is the tunc
to take something that will vitalize your
blood, build up your wasting tissues, and
put new energy into your body. Pe-ru-na
will do this. Jt acts like a charm, no prompt
and effective is it. It uot only gives renewed
vitality and vigor, but it Is a splendid cure
for all Lung Troubles, Fevers, Diseases of
the Heart and Stomach, Colic and Diarrhiea,
Kidney, nud all Female Diseases. Now is
the time to take it. Give it a trial. To reg
ulate your bowels, Man-a-liu is superb. For
sale by Riteliey & Bostick.
The Frolics ot Fashion.
What could exhibit a more fantas
tical appearance than an English
beau of the fourteenth century? lie
wore long-pointed shoes, fastened to
his knee by gold or silver chains;
hose of one color on one leg, and an
other color on the other; short breech
es which did not reach to the middle
of his thighs a coat, one-half white,
the other half black or blue; a long
beard, a silk hood, buttoned under
his chin, embroidered with grotesque
figures of animals, dancing men, etc.,
and sometimes ornamented with gold
and precious stones. This dress was
the correct thing in the reign of King
The New Discovery.
You have heard your friends and
ueighbors talking about it. You may
yourself be one of the many will
know from personal experience just
how good a thing it is. If you have
ever tried it,you are one of 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
nmictetkftvith a cough, cold or any
Throat, Lung or Chest trouble, secure
a bottle at once and give it a fair
trial. It is guaranteed every time, or
money refunded. Trial Dottles Free
at Ritchey & Bostiek's Drug Store 6
Man must have occupation, or be
miserable. Toil is the price of sleep
and appetite, of health and enjoy
ment. The very necessity which
overcomes our natural sloth is a bless-
ng. The whole world does not con
tain a' briar or thorn which divine
mercy could have spared. We are
lappier with the sterility, which we
can overcome by industry, than we
could have been with spontaneous
plenty and unbounded profusion.
The body and the mind are improved
by the toil that fatigues them. The
toil is a thousand times rewarded by
the pleasure which it bestows. Its
enjoyments are peculiar. No wealth
can purchase them, no indolence can
taste them. They flow only from the
exertions which they repay.
The First Step.
Perhaps you are run down,
can't eat, can't sleep, can't think,
can't do anything to your satisfaction,
and you wonder what ails you. You
should need tne warning, you are
taking the first step into Nervous
Prostration. You need a Nerve
Tonic and in Electric Bitters you will
nnd tne exact remedy for restoring
your nervous system to its normal,
healthy condition. Surprising re
suits follow the use of this great
Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Your
appetite returns, good digestion is
restored, and the Liver and Kidneys
resume healthy action. Try a bottle.
Price 50c. at Ritchey & Bostiek's
Drug Store. ti
Why It Is Popular?
Because it ha3 proven its absolute
merit over and over again, 'because
it has an unequaled record of cures,
Decause its uusiness is conducted in a
thoroughly honest manner, and be
cause it combines economy and
strength, being tho only medicine of
which "100 Doses One Dollar" is true
these strong points have made
Hood's Sarsaparilla the most success'
fui medicine of the day.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy.
fehiloh's Catarrh Kemedy, a mar
velous cure for Catarrh, Dipthena,
Canker Mouth, and Head-Ache.
With each bottle there is an insren-
ous Nasal Injector for the more sue-
Icessful treatment of these complaints
wunoui extra cnarge. 1'nce M cents.
Sold by W. II. Fleming.
Nothing makes one feel so mean
and incapacitated for work as a touch
of malaria. How the bones ache.
What chilly and lifeless sensations.
What a poor appetite and what poor
digestion. Here, James, run and get
me some quinine; or stop, quinine
doesn't just agree with me either. It
makes my head feel like it would
burst. It creates a buzzing sound in
my ears. It Impairs my digestion.
It makes me feel dizzy. It gives me
nausea; and a physician once told me
that quinine sometimes causes pat
ralysis. No! you needn't get it. I
won't take quinine. What is that?
You say your mother takes Smith's
Tonic Syrup when she has malaria,
and that it always cures her,, and that
it also cured your brother of chills
and fever. Well, get me a bottle of
Smith's Tonic Syrup, and be quick.
Come to think about it, I have read
that this medicine has all the good
effects of quinine and none of its evil
nature. Strange I haven't tried it
Tliat Terrible Cough
In the morning, hurried or difficult
breathing, raising phlegm, tightness
in the chest, quickened pulse, chilli
ness in the evening or sweats at night,
all or any f these things are the fir.-it
stages of consumption. Dr. Acker's
English (Jough Kemedy will cure
these fearful symptoms, and is sold
under a positive guarantee by . 11.
The Spanish Census.
The results of the Spanish census of I
1887 have not yet been entirely pub
lished, but it appears that the total
enumeration is 17,fV0,216 persons,
showing an increase of 951,001 upon
the number enumerated ten years
previously in 1877, equal to a rate of
increase of only 51 per 1,000 per an
num, a rate considerably less than
half the normal annual rate of in
crease of population in England,
The highest rateo of increase during
the last intercensal period occurred
in the provinces of Huelva and Dis-
caya, and the lowest in Soria, Teruel
and Almeira, where the population
is mainly rural, poor and scantily
supplied with means of communica
tion by road and rail.
Do Not Suffer Any Longer.
Knowing that a cough can
checked in a day, and the first stages
of consumption broken in a week, we
hereby guarantee Dr. Acker s J'-ng-lish
Cough Kemedy, and will reiund
the money to all who buy, take it as
per directions, and do not find our
statement correct, hold by V . 11.
The Number of our Ancestors.
To one who has not thought upon
the. subject, it is quite inconceivable
how rapidly a person's lineal ances
tors multiply every generation that
he carries back tho calculation. If
one is asked how many great-great
grandfathers he had, he will, in all
likelihood answer: "two," while in
reality he had eight, if there have
been no intermarriages of relations
among his ancestor. In fact, the
number of male ancestors doubles
every generation. Thus, every one
has had two grandfathers, four great-,
grandfathers, eight great-great-grand
fathers, sixteen great-great-greatgrandfathers;
and, fifteen generations
back, he had no less than sixteen
thousand three hundred and eighty-
four lineal male ancestors.
The First Symptoms of Death.
Tired feeling, dull headache, pains
in various parts of the body, sinking
at the pit cf the stomach, loss of ap
petite, feverishness, pimples or sores,
are all positive evidence of poisoned
blood. JNo matter how it became
poisoned it must be purified to avoid
death. Dr. Acker's English Blood
Elirir has never failed to remove
scrofulous or syphilitic poisons. Sold
under positive guarantee by W. 11.
Fleming, McMinnville; : l
Measurements have showu the
thickness of the human hair to vary
from the two hundredth and fiftieth
to the six hundredth part of an inch.
The silkworm's thread is one five
thousandth of an inch thick, and the
spider's web only one thirty thous
andth. Blonde hair is the finest and
red the coarsest. Taking four heads
of hair of equal weight, a patient
German physiologist found the red
one to contain about 90,000 hairs; the
black, 103,000; the brown, 100,000,
and the blonde, 140,000.
Answer This Question.
v ny do so many people we see
around us seem to prefer to suffer and
be made miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Ap'
petite, Coming Up of the Food, Yel
low JSkin. when lor To cents we wil
sell them Shiloh's System Vitalizer
guaranteed to cure them. Sold by
W. 11. iteming.
Subscribe for the Standard. $ 1.
Teaching tho "New Botany."
In iho New Botany, as described
ly Prof. W. J. Ucul, in Garden and
Forrest, pupils are set to studying
plants before books. Previous to the
tirst lesson, each pupil is furnished or
told where to procure some specimen
for study. If it is winter, and tlowers
or growing plants cannot be had,
give each a branch of a 'tree or shrub,
which may he two feet long. The
examination of these is made during
the usual time for preparing lessiJn,
and not while the class is before the
teacher. For the first recitation each
is to tell what he has discovered. The
specimens are not in sigfit during the
recitation, in learning the lesson,
books are not used; for, if they are
used, no books will contain a quarter
of what the pupil can setf for himself.
Jt there is tune, each member of the
class is allowed a chance to mention
anything not named by any of the
rest, the pupils are. not told what
they can see for themselves. An
ellot t is made to keep them working
after something which they have
not yet discovered.
Shiloh's Consumption Cure.
This is beyond question the
successful Cough Medicine we
ever sold; a few dos s invariably cure
the worst cases ot Cough, troup, and
lironchilis, while it s woudertul suc
cess in me cure oi uuisuinption is
without a parallel in the history of
medicine. Since its first discovery
it lias been, sold on a guarantee, a
test w hich no other medicine can
stand. If you haven Cough we ear
nestly ask you to try it. Price 10
cents, - cents, and $l,oo. If your
lungs are sore, Wiest or 15:ick lamt
iwe Miiioii s rortis
W. II. Fleming.
Plaster. Sold by
The peculiar enervating effect
summer weather, is driven on by
Hood's Sarsnparilla, which "makes
the weak strong."
ct a free copy of The Biuttlebo&O
hotbehold ior one year
li 11DI PRE HI
has proved a very acceptable gift In many
tnousanoa or nomes during me past ievr
years, and we will continue tne offer for 1890,
This offer amounts practically to a year's
subscription to THE HOUSEHOLD to every,
newly married couple in the United States
and Canada, the only conditions being that
the carties (or their friends) apply for the
present within one year from the date of their
marriage enclosing ten cents for postage,
and such evidence as will amount to a reason
able proof that they are entitled to the mag
azine under xma oner.
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Nearly every bride can send a copy of some newspaper
giving notice of her marriage, or the notice itself
cupped in sucnaway asiosnowmeaaieoi me paper,
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master acquainted with the facts, or some other rea
sonable evidence. But do cot send us "names of
Darents" or othtr witntanet who are strangers to us.
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"IN DARKEST AFRICA'
The complete story of Stanley's recent thrilling
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discoveries will appear for the first time in thii
work written by hlmaclf, entitled "Jit
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deceived by any of the so-called "Stanley
books" now being: offered as "genuine" and
" authentic." To no one of these has Stanley
contributed a line.
IprilTP The work will Ixj sold by sub
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to upitoint canvassers,
cants euouia stato
Remember that Stanley' own
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Charles Scribner's Sons
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