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It Happened in Chattanooga.
Rev, Charles E. Wright, pastor of
tho Second Baptist church of this
city, states that his loyear-old son,
who for the past six years lias been
sorely afflicted with epilepsy, having
I as many us a dozen , convulsions a
day,has entirely recovered his henlth,
has gained fifteen pounds in flesh ;
this wonderful cure was made by the
use of King's Royal Oermateur,
when physicians and other remedies
failed. Rev. Mr. Wright further
states that he gives the above infor
mation with Christian convections
and cheerfulness for the benefit of
suffering humanity. This reliable
family medicine cures rheumatism,
neuralgia, catarrh, dyspepsia ;
and kidney trouble are dispelled at
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Mr. T. E. Wiley, 140 Chambers st.,
New York City, says that Ayer's
Sarsaparilla cured him of a dry and
scaly humor which he had suffered
Intolerably. He adds: "I have, not
now a blemish on my body, and my
cure Is wholly due to Ayer's Sarsaparilla."
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 heed the warning, vou are
taking the first step into Nervous
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restored, and the Liver and Kidneys
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rriee ooc. at Uitchey & liostick's
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First Humorist "We are told that
the trees always leave in the spring,
Now, where do they go?" Second
humorist "Oh, they branch out in
all directions; but keep it shady
wherever they are."
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. . I
you have never used it and should be
afflicted with ft cough, cold or any
Throat, Lung or Chest trouble, secure
a Dome at once and give it a fair
trial. It is guaranteed every time, or
money refunded. Trial Bottles Fref
at Ritchey & Bostick's Drug Store o
Nine-tenths of the raisins so'd in
this country are made in California,
and yet California raisinmakers
I ship all their best goods to New
York and have them boxed and
marked a3 if they came from Spain.
They claim that the public looks with
more favor on imported raisins, and
for this reason they are obliged to go
to all this trouble.
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CHICUL. -ATLANTA. BA.eAI"i2?ls"
S7.tOUIS.MO. U.l-MjJlinA'i OALLAS.TEX.
THURMAN BROS' & C0M
McMinnville, - Tennessee.
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Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir,
A. ModernUM ArtUU of th Old Stjrl
Time-rise Now la Vu.
'Yh&t has become of the Tory big and
old grandfather clocks? asked a report
er of a leading jewelor.
"Well, there are still many of thorn
lingering behind as relloa."
"Do you koop in stook any such clocks
"No, but we sell some very largo
clocks, built, however, on a dlfforent
plan. The grandfather time-piece was
antique in its very make-up. Tall,
stately and almost reverential in appear
ance, the old clocks of our grand-parents
have given placo to the gonorally far
more attractive designs which now find
their place in the cheerful appearing
homes of our citizons. There's a very
pronounced tendency towards all sorts
liver Lf unique designs the odder the better.
"f eopio ton't iuo tne oia-umora, un
less It is as relics: and they are too
bothersome and exponsivo if it is de
sired to keep them in running order.
We have a number of customers who
still cling to their beloved old clocks,
but something is always wrong and re
pairs are continually necessary. We
have two or throo old-tlmere in the store
now for repairs, but the owners would
sell them quick if a would-be buyer
should turn up. They aro not so diffi
cult to get possession of as many think."
"New works can be put in thorn?"
"Certainly, but the charm of the old
rolics would then bo in a degree lost A
rolio is a relic, and any modernizing de
stroys Its value.
"Many styles of clocks are popular.
There's the onxy a low, solidly-built
clock, very favorably received but very
costly, some Belling for $40 and higher.
Marble clocks, those that are rather
small and worth S25, soil very roadily
among a certain class of people. Wooden
clocks don't sell so well. They former
ly were just the thing, but tiraos have
changed and people don't liko them as
a rule. A rather ordinary wooden clock
brings about 85, some selling for 810 or
815. Marblelzod iron timo pieces aro
quite popular. They aro a jet black,
and built on the same plan as the ordi
nary marble or onyx clock. They fre
quently sell for S45 or 50. Brass clocks
of unique design are also popular.
Hero's a new one in the form of a pad
lock and key, the lock part forming the
clock proper while the key part is made
into a neatly devised thermometer. All
sorts of figures, animals, towers and
houses of antique designs aro imitated
in the popular brass clocks of the day.
Lever clocks in all those designs aro
woll thought of. A lever clock is ono
that is constructed on the same princi
ple as a watch without a pondulum.
These clocks aro of all shapes, octagons,
heptagons in short, angular figures of
various shapes being principally made.
Then there are cottage clocks, the
Gothic, Tudos, Spartan and numerous
other designs, which take name from
some historical personage or country.
French clocks aro of poculiar design and
are generally made oi polished metal
this latter characteristic is their distin
guishing one. A great many of them
are sold. Here's something rather new;
this watch? It keeps time according to
tho 24-hour system that is, the faco of
the watch indicates 84 hours, instead of
13 as all ordinary ones do. We don't
sell time-pieces ot that description;
simply keep them as curiosities. Up in
Canada, however, such watches and
clocks aro usod quite a great deal. Many
railroads, I beliove, use such a system
of keeping time. Hero's a very popular
kind of clock. It has, one might say,
takon the place of the grandfather
clock. You see it is very tall. They are
called antique hall clocks and aro really
beautiful and striking pieces of furni
ture, some of them being 10 foot high.
They are made ot oak and mahogany
wood, finished with antiquo brass trim
mings, gold tippings and so on. The
Iter. Sara Jones
says after twenty years of untold suf-
eriug from nervous headache and
neuralgia, nls wife was cured in two
weeks with King's ltoyal Genua-
teur. I he same grand remedy he
wills has cured my two daughters of
catarrh. Write to him at Guters
ville, Ga., for particulars.
Delays are dangerous. Don't wait
lor your child to have an epileptic
fit. Kill at once the worms that are
making her feel so poorly by giving
Dr. Hull's Worm Destroyers.
(Jen. U. p. M. Turner,
who for years past was a great suffer
er from rheumatism, has been thor
oughly cured by the use of King's
Koyal (Jermateur, afler having tested
the treatments at Hot Springs with
no result. Write him at Memphis
I have been an invalid since my
sixteenth year.untll five months ago,
I began the use of Dr. Bull's Sarsap
arilla. Now at the age of twenty
three I feel myself, for the first time
ia my life, a intn filled with health
and ambition. I want you to publish
this, although I do not sign my true
name. James Smith, Lexington, Ky.
Is Life Worth Living.
Not if you go through the world a
dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspejwia
-ablets are a positive cure for the
Torst forms of Dyspr-p.sia,Indigestion.
Flatulency mid Constipation. Guar
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All made In Congress, Button and Lace.
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hare been most favorably received since Introduced
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lime Table Mcfcl&Li 5 E
Lr. Sparta '.0 50 am. 3 05 am.
" Doyle 1120 am. 3 35 am.
" Holders 1 1 45 am. 3 54 am.
" Waltiug 11 55 am. 4 02 am.
" Rock Inland 12 05 m. 4 10 am.
" Rowland 12 45 iuu. 4 35 am.
McMinnville 115im. 5 05 am.
" Smartt 1 45 )tu. .5 25 am.
" Morrison 2 10 pm. 5 45 am'
" Summitville 2 35pm. 605am.
" Manchester 3 15 pre. 6 30 am.
At. Tulluhoma 4 15 prn, 7 20 am.
Lr. Tullahouia 10 00 am. 5 30 am.
" Manchester 10 45 am. 6 30 am.
" Summitvillu 11 15 am. 7 00 am,
" Morrison 1135 am. 7 25 am.
" Smartt 1155 am. 7 50 am.
" McMinnville 11 15 pm. 8 15 am.
" Rowland 12 45 pm. 8 50 am.
" Rock Island 1 05 pm. 9 15 am.
Walliug 113pm. 925am.
' Holder 1 21 pm. 9 35 am.
" Doyle 1 40 pm. 9 55 am.
Ar. Sparta 2 05 pm. 10 25 x
Passenger trains pass Tullahoma going
south 9 53 a m, 10 24 p m and 5 65 p m ; go
ing north, 4 32 j ui, 2 is a ui, 7 32 a m.
Tallahoma to McMinnville Arrives 12:10 p.
m.: leaves 6:20 a. m., daily except Sundays.
McMinnville to Sparta Arrives 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 m.
Beersheba Springs Arrives 6:30 p.m.;
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ; leaves
6:00 a. m., same days.
Smithville (route No. 19355)-arrives 12:C0
m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays;
leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
Woodbury Arrives 12 m., Wednesdays
and Saturdays; leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
Horse Shoe Falls Arrives 12:00 m., Wed
nesdays and tndays; leaves 2:00 p. in.,
U.tlinJ let Pn 1 T -......
pastor ; services every Sunday morning and
uigbt. Sunday-school at 9 a. M. Prayer
meeting Wednesday night.
Christian services every Sunday. Prajei
meeting Wednesday night.
Presbyterian Uev. t. L. keeper, pastor.
Preaching every Sunday morning and night;
prayer meetiug every Wednesday mirlit.
Sunday-school every Sunday morning at 9
Cumberland Presbyterian Rev. G. T.
3tainbackpastor;servicese very Sunday and
at night; prayermeetiog Wednesday niirht.
Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.
liaptist Dr. A. V. Flumps, pastor.
Preaching every Sunday morning and
night. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
night. Sunday school 9:30 a. in.
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. Smnllman,
Judge; W. V. Wlntson, At-torney-Ueneral!
I. W. Smith, Clerk.
COUNTY Sits by quorum 1st Monday in
every month; full oouri every quarter;
A. C. Myers, Esq., Chairman; A. It.
OTHER COUNTY OFFICIALS I. L.
Rheay, Sheriff; W. W. Mulliean, Regis
ter; Wm. O. Ktter, Trustee and Tax Col
lector; John F. St. John, Tax Assessser;
Geo. T. Purvis, Ranger; W. R. Bennett,
Jailer; W. N. Mitchell, County Superintend
ent of Public Instruction
MUNICIPAL OFFICERS Mayor, D. B.
Carson ; Aldermen, W. 8. Lively, W.
H. Sagar, W.C. Arledge, G. W. Hoodenpyl,
John B. Biles, A. H. Faulkner. Street
Committee, Gj W. Hoodenpyl, W, II. Sagar,
J. B. Biles.
4 A. M. Warren No. 125 1st Thursday
, night iu every month, in their hall over
the court room. I. J. Thukman, W. M.
for it has been fully demonstrated to oa worK ! nnoiy "ea T!"f '
the people of this country that it fa piney are wortn commoniy irom eiuuto
superior to all other nreimrntinns for WOO and upwards. Thoso are provided
Diooa diseases, it is a positive cure
for syphilitic poisoning, Ulcers, Erup
tions and Pimples. It purifies the
whole system and thoroughly builds
up me constitution. Isold by w. 11.
with cathedral gongs and strike tho
half hours." Cincinnati Times-Star.
In the recent Wyoming election a
woman was elected Superintendent
of Schools In every countv in the
CHEAPEST KtEDICIKE UXOWN
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W. H. FLEMING,
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A Duty to Yourself.
It is surprising that people will use
a common, ordinary pill when they
can secure a valuable English one for
me same money. Dr. Acker's En
glish pills are a positive cure for sick
headache and all liver troubles. They
are small, sweet, easily taken, and do
not gripe, sold Dy w. 11. Fleming 2
A sunflower stalk fourteen feet
high, with 1G1 flowers on it, is the
pride of Versailles, Mo.
Can't Sleep Sights
Is the complaint of thousands suffer
ing from Asthma, Consumption,
Coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr.
Acker's English Itemedy? It is the
best preparation known for all Lunar
Troubles. Sold on a positive guaran
tee at 2')C. nnd 50c. by V. II. Flem
It is the opinion of noted specialists
on diseases of the nose, throat and
lungs that one baby in every three
has a growth in the nose that ol
structs nasal respiration. It is due to
covering up the head.
I H and Whiskey Habits
5 cured at home witu-
11 out pain, nook of rar
K I S ticulnm sent Fitl'K.
E ' .iswi an ii i t-u li.M.WOLLKV,M.l.
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Fortunes in liar Laces.
There are fortunes in laces in New
York City. Thoso belonging to tho sev
eral Vanderbilts must bo worth nearly
$500,000 and rival tho Prussian and Aus
trian crown laces. Tho Astor family
has rich laco treasures, which connois
sours value at not loss than $300,000.
The late Mrs. Astor loft from 840,000 to
$50,000 worth to the Metropolitan Art
museum. Tho late Mrs. A. T. Stewart
know more about laces than sho did
about most subjects and spent $500 a
pair for tho curtains at tho big, gloomy
mansion's windows. Her personal and
dross laces were worth S'250,000. Mrs.
R. Tx Skuart has a collection oqually
valuable. The Belmont laces aro al
most priceless. Mrs. Bradley Martin
and Mrs. Marshall lloborts have exquis
itely fine, choico and rare laces. Vice
President Morton's wife and Mrs. W. C
Whitney have laces worth from $50,000
to $70,000. New York buys moro laces
than any other city in tho world. N.Y.
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