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C. A. BENSCOTER, A. G. P. A.
B. W. WRENN, G. P. & T. A.,
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CHEAPEST MEDICI E KNOWN
CONSIDERING Ql ALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE.
IT WILL ALSO CURB
AND CBRONiO CONSTIPATION.
Tiivrt tn cu-tnmoi-s from
heudnuaitcrs. ut whole
sale price. All pxxls
ciuirantceil. No monev
usked until lntrumenu
aro received and fully
tested. Write us befovo
Diu-eliaslne. An invest-
meutof 2 cts.may save you many dollars. Address
Jesse French Pianos Organ Co.,
and Whiskey HaMU
cured at home with
out jmiu. Book of rar-
e t 3 tirnlrs sent I Kkl).
AUuil, Ua. OUice liXS W hiieball Hi
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Sure Death to JJorers. i
Do not liunt for borers at all, snys
the N. E. Homestead, but just doctor
them a little. Make a mixture1 of'
about one quart of wood ashes to a
pall of water, and stir it well. Next
make a bridge of earth around the
tree a few inches from it, and high
enough so when you pour your mix
ture into the circle it will run into the
holes and kill the worms. It is sure
death to them and costs less than one
cent a tree. I have used it for years,
says the writer, with perfect success.
You may have to do it twice the first
I year, but after that a very little care
will keep your trees free from them.
If you have no wood ashes, use a thin
whitewash of lime in its place. " If
you have a large number of trees,you
can ' use strips of zinc or sheet iron
about four or five inches wide and
long enough to put about the tree
in place of the circle of earth.
. Enpepsy. , -,, ,.
This is .what you ought to have, in
fact you must have it to fully enjoy
life. Thousands are searching for it
daily, and ' mourning because they
hnd it not. Thousands upon thou
sands of dollars are spent annually by
our ueople iu the hope that they may
attain this boon. And yet it may be
had bv all. We guarantee that Elec
tric Hitters, 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 Eupepsy. " e recommend Elec
tric JJitters tor Dyspepsia and all did
eases ot the Stomach, Liver and Jvis-
neys. Mold at 50c and SUM) per bottl-
by Hitchey & Bostick, Druggists. 4
Language comes more easily to
some than to others ; but it is a de
sirable acquisition, and therefore it is
essential that the book and the teach
er in the schoolhouse should join in
inducing the student to express him
self. Not that men and women must
be able to talk all the while. Under
i this fashion of things the world would
soon be talked to death. The essen'
tial thing is that the mind be made
capable of examining a subject, of
i amplifying a theme, until it shall as
sume some fullness of symmetry and
A Scrap of Paper Safes Her Life.
It was just an ordinary scrap of
wrapping paper, out it saved tier me.
She was in the last stages or con
sumption, told by physicians that she
was incurable and could live only a
short time: she weighed less than
seventy pounds. On a piece of wrap
ping paper she read of Dr. King's
New Discovery, and got a sample
bottle ; it helped her, she bought a
large bottle, it helped her more, she
bought another and grew better fast,
continued to use it and is now strong,
healthy, rosy, plump, weighing 1 10
pounds. For fuller particulars send
stamp to "W. II. Cole, druggist, For-
Smith, lnal bottles ol this wonder
ful Discovery Free at Hitchey tfc lios-
tick's Drug store.
How often do we see people tramp
ling about in the mud, with shoes
soaked through ; and, how often do
such people when they return home
sit down by the fireside and permit
their feet to dry, without changing
euner stocKings or snoes. Utn we
then wonder at the coughing and
barking, and rheumatism and inflam
mation, which enables the doctors to
ride iu their carriages? Wet feet
most commonly produce affections of
the throat and lungs ; and when such
diseases have once taken place, "the
house is on fire," danger is not far off;
therefore, every one, no matter how
healthy, ought to guard against wet
Shiloh's Consumption Cure.
This is beyond question the most
successful Cough Medicine we have
ever sold, a few doses invariably cure
the worst cases of Uough, Croup, and
.bronchitis, while it's wouuenul suc
cess in the cure of Consumption is
without a parallel in the history of
medicine. Since its first discovery
it has been sold on a guarantee, a
test which no other medicine can
stand. If you h..ve a Cough we ear
nestly ask you to try it. Price 10
cents, 50 cents, and $1,00. If your
lungs are sore, Chest or Hack lame,
use fchiloh's I'orus l'Jaster. bold by
YV. II. Fleming. 4
Remedy for Roaches.
Take three pounds of oatmeal, or
meal of Indian corn, and mix with a
pound of white lead ; moisten with
treacle so as to form a good paste, and
put a portion down at night in the
infested building. Hepeat for a few
nights alternately, and in the morn
ing remove the paste and the corpses
to a convenient place.
Is Life Worth Living.
isot ii you co through the world a
dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's PyspetMa
-ablets are a positive cure for the
Torst formsof Dyspepsia, Indigestion
i latulency and (. onstipation. (itiar-
anteed and sold by W. II. Fleming. 2
A person that is weak and debili
tated assumes a very great risk if he
fails to give a cold, be it ever so
slight, immediate and quick atten
tion. When the system of such a per
son becones impregnated with a deep-
seated cold, it is almost sure to result
in pneumonia, a disease that is very
nearly always fatal. The timely use
of Smith's Tonic Syrup at the very
beginning of a cold will check it at
once, its timely use
ly saved many lives.
. wu.v. juvjy-
erties are unexcelled, and its good
eifect on the circulatory system is felt
at once, preventing congestion of the
mucous membrane and blood vessels.
It is the common sense treatment for
malaria, chills and ever, colds, influ
enza, la grippe, etc., and is far supe
rior to quinine in its action, never
leaving any harmful after effect. It
is the prescription of Dr. John Bull,
of Louisville, KyM in which city it Is
used almost universally. Any drug
gist will get you the remedy.
It Happenrd in Cliattnuooga.
Rev. Charles E. Wright, pastor of
the Second Baptist church of this
city, states that his lo-year-old son,
who for the past six years has been
sorely afllictcd with epilepsy, having
as many as a dozen convulsions a
day,has entirely recovered his health,
has gained fifteen pounds iu flesh ;
this wonderful cure was made by the
use of King's Royal Germateur,
when physicians and other remedies
failed. Rev. Mr. Wright further
states that he gives the above infor
mation with Christian convictions
and cheerfulness for the benefit of
suffering humanity. This reliable
family medicine cures rheumatism,
neuralgia, catarrh, dyspepsia; liver
and kidney trouble are dispelled at
once by its use, and for the correction
of female irregularities it stands with
out a peer.
Some one says: At ten years of age
a boy thinks his father knows a great
deal, at fifteen he knows as mnch as
his father, at twenty he knows twice
as much, at thirty he is willing to
take his advice, at forty he begins to
think his father knows something,
after all, at fifty he begins to seek his
advice, and at sixty after his father
is dead he thinks he was the smart
est man that ever lived.
A Boon for Suffering Woman.
It there are times in lite that try men s
souls, mere are also times tnat iry women s
souls. As woman's organization in general
is more delicate tuan man s so she has spe
cial functions of more delicate character,
which render her much more liable to de
rangemeut and dit ea.se, and which require
much more skillful end careful treatment.
No class of diseases tests a physician's skill
or a medicine's cllicaey more "severely than
t finale Diseases, ino mediciue lias ever
proved more successful in the cure of such
diseases than re-ru-na. In that most trying
of periods, which every middle-aged woman
must pass through, rc-ni-na has proved a
true boon to the sex. "I had been a great
sullerer lor three years, writes Mrs. S,
smith, of iiuisviue, 1'a. "1 hnd given up
all hope, when 1 commenced taking re-ru
na and Man-a-lin. isow 1 am as well as ever
in my life." Regulate the Rowels with Man-
a-liu. ! or sale by Hitchey & Rostick.
To one who said, "I do not believe
there is an honest man in the world,"
another replied, "It is impossible
that one man should know all the
world, but quite possible that one
may know himself."
It Happened in 'asln ille, Ten::.
Mr. Ij. A. Gupton, a well known
grocer, corner ol liroau and v ine
Streets, Nashville Tenn., says he has
suffered untold agony from inllama-
tory rheumatism, having been con
fined to bed from time to time ; was
induced to try King's ltoyal Germa
teur after all other remedies had
iaiieu. two Dottles nave maue a
thorough cure of him. Write him
for particulars. For sale by W. II,
Fleming, and Hitchey & Bostick.
In England and other parts of Fm
rope horse shoes are now in use made
of cowhide instead of iron. The shoe
is composed cf three thicknesses of
the hide, which is preased into a steel
moid and anerward treated by a
chemical prepartion. me shoe is
quite smooth on the outside surface,
no calks being needed, as the shoe
adheres firmly on polished pave
ments. It is claimed this shoo is
much lighter than the iron one, lasts
longer, and that the hoofs of horses
wearing them never split.
Rev. Dr. J. II. Hawthorne,
pastor First Baptist church, Atlanta,
Ga., was compelled to resign his pas
torate on account of chronic catarrh,
We are happy to say that he is eH-
tirely cured of this terrible disease,
not a symtom remains, and he is in
better health than he has been in
twenty-five years. King's ltoyal
Germateur cured him.
i i . Rey'Sam Jomr
says after twenty years of untold suf
ering(.from nervous headache and
neuralgia, his wife was cured in two
Weeks with King's Royal Genua-
teur. The same grand remedy he
adds has cured my two daughters of
catarrh. Write to him at Carters-
ville, Ga., for particulars.
uold is not costly when compared
with some of the metals. It is worth
about $240 a pnundtrov. The rare
met'11, alli!um' is Vtt,aed 4 V250 an
ounce. barium, $J75 a pound; calci-
uuj, i,oiw a ikjuiiu : cHrium, i,'ju a
pound. Mekel is worth about GO
cents a pound, and silver $12.
We have a speedy and positive
Cure for Catarrh, Diptheria, Canker
Mouth, and Head-Ache, in bill-
LOIl'S CATAIUUI REMEDY. A
Nasal Injector free with each bottlet
Use if you desire health and swee.
breath. ! Price 50 cents. Sold by W.
II. Fleming. . ... 6
w. 1.. uoagias Phon in
warranted, and verf Buir
nas nis name ana price tauipea on uotioiu.
W. L. DOUGLAS
Fine Calf and I.acea Waterproof Oraln.
The excellence and weirlnt aualltlea of this shoe
cannot be better shown than ur the etrntiR endorse
ment! oi us wousanas 01 constant wearers.
$E,00 Oennlne Iland-eewed, an elcRant and
O strllsh dress Hhoe which commends Itself.
Syf .00 llnnd-newra Welt. A nne call Shoe
unequalled for style and durability.
$0.50 (ioodyear Welt Is the standard dress
O Shoe, at a popular price.
$0.50 PollceniRn'a Hhoe Is especially adapted
w lor rauroaa men, larmers, etu.
All made la Congress, Uutton and Lace.
- v. - m m mm -mm tenvibw.
hare been most f arorablT recelred since Introduced
and the recent Imprnrements make them superior
to any shoes sold at these prices.
Ask your Dealer, and
direct to rector
enclosing adrertlsed price, or
ana ir ne cannot supply ti
postal for order blanks.
W. 1.. UOltiliAB, Brockton, Maita.
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" llnvlA 11 Oil a... V Q ...
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Holders 1 1 45 am. 8 54 am.
Walling... 1155 am. 4 02 am.
Rock Island 12 05 pin. 4 10 am.
Rowland ...12 45 juu. 4 35 am.
McMinnville 115 pm. 5 05 am.
Sraartt 1 45 pm. 6 25 am.
Morrison ... 2 10 pm. 6 45 am
Summitville 2 35 pm. G 05 am.
Manchester 3 15 im. 6 30 am.
Ar. Tullahouia 4 15 pm. , 7 20 am.
Tullahoma 10 00 am. 5 30 am.
Manchester 10 45 am. 6 30 nm.
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 12 45 pm. ' 8 50am,
Rock Island 1 05 pm. 9 15 am.
Walling 1 13 pm. 9 25 am,
Holder 1 21 pm. 9 35 am.
Doyle 1 40 pm. 9 55 am.
Ar. Sparta 2 05 pm. 10 25 aai.
Passeni-er trains pass Tullahoma coine
south 9 53 a m, 10 24 p m and 5 55 p m ; go
ing north, 4 32 m, 2 58 a iu, 7 32 a m.
Tullahoma to McMinnville Arrives 12:10 p.
m.: leaves 5:20 a. m.. daily except Sundays.
McMinnville to. Spartan-Arrives 5:30 a.m.:
leaves 12:00 p.m.; daily except Suudays.
inrougn mail to aim trom beyond Tulla
homa, arrives 8.00 a. in ., leaves,' 12.00 in.
Ueersheba Springs Arrives 6:30 .m.:
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ; leaves
6:00 a. m , same days.
smitnville (route o.lS).ioi) arrives 12:00
m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays;
leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
VV ooanury Arrives 12 m.. Wednesdays
and Saturdays ; leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
liorse Shoe r alls Arrives 12:00 m.. Wed
nesdays and Friilars; leaves 2:00 p. in..
Methodist Rev. J. T. Curry.
pastor ; services every Sunday morning and
night. Sunday-school at 9 a. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday uight.
Christian ServiceseverySunday. Prayei
meeting Wednesday uight.
rresbytenau Uev. t . L. hecper, pastor.
Preaching every Sunday mnniin;,'iiml night;
prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
Sunday-school every Sunday morning at 9
Cumberland Presbyterian P.ev. O. T.
Stainback pastor;servicesevery Sunday and
at night; prayermeetiug Wednesday night.
Sunday-school 9:30 a. in.
baptist Ur. A. I). I'lullips, pastor.
Preaching every Sundav morning and
night. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
night. Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
OUAKCEHY sits 4tn wonaay 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, Whitson, At-torney-Ueneral:
I. V. Smith, Clerk.
COUNTY Sits by auorum 1st Monday in
every month; full court every quarter;
A. C. Mvers, Esq., Chairman ; A. It.
OTHER COUNTY OFFICIALS I. L.
Rheay, Sheriff; W, W. Mullican, Regis
ter ;Vm. G. Etter, Trustee and Tax Col
lector; John V. St. John, Tax Assessser;
Geo. T. Purvis, Ranger; Vv It. Deunett,
Jailer; V. N. Mitchell, County Superintend
ent of Public Instruction.
If UNICIPAL OFFICERS-Mavor. D. B.
ItJL Carson; Aldernieu, W. S. Lively, W.
II. Sagar, W. C. Arledee, G. W. Iloodenpyl,
John 1J. Biles, A. II. Faulkner. Street
Committee, G. W. Iloodenpyl, W. II. Sagnr.
J. 15. lliles.
F& A. M.
. night in
-Warren No. 125 1st Thursday
every month, in their hall over
the court room. . I. J. Thurman, W. M.
ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER 3r Thurday
uightin every month.
T. C. LiSD, II. P.
O. O. F. McMinnville, No. 14G;every
Tuesday night, in their hall over Worn.
ack & Colville's store.
R. Patiekson, N. G.
L, P, Uartkek, Secretary.
Rebekah Degree, meets First Thursday
night in each month.
MRS. W. . LIVELY, IN . U.
Mrs. J. II. Sueiikill, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR-Mountain City.
No. 140: meets in Masonic hall 2d and
1th Monday nightsin every month.
Tuos. Black. Rep. G. w. Brittaix.D.
17 NIGHTS AND LADY'S
and 4thThursday nights in every month
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LIME and ROCK.
LEFTWICK & MAHBUHY
will keep a full supply of fine Lime on hand
at their quarry on the Town Spring Bluff,
and will also furnish
inany ijnantities. Orders for Rock Work
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