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when you feel weak and debilitated,
and your nervous system feels shat-s '
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when .there is a general functional
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of the whole system it is superior to
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, has saved thousands frp.tn a prema
lure crave. ; You wrong yourself
when you delay giving it a trial.
Philadelphia the ' Great ' Carpet City.
The Philadelphia Pies says the
textile industry is the greatest of all
industries in Philadelphia, and the
jargest branch of that industry, is
carpets. The trade has been in ,a
flourishing condition, and 'in one
ward in the city more carpets,, are
made than in all England combined,
the former home of the industry.
There are at least one hundred and
fifty mills in the city producing
goods worth probably $40,000,000 a
year, employing fully seventeen
i KeninrkaDie uescue.
Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plninfleld,
111., makes the statement that she
caught cold, which settled on her
lungs; she was treated for a month
by her family physician, but grew
worse. He told her she was a hope
less victim of consumption and that
no itediclne could cure her. 'Her
druggist suggested Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption; she
bought a bottle and to her delight
found herself benefited from first
dose. She continued its use and after
taking ten bottles,found herself sound
and well, now does her own house
work and is as well as she ever was.
Free trial bottles of this Great Dis
covery at Ititchey & Uostick's
The wealthiest Indian in the
United States is Sam Call, whose
riches are put at near a million dol
lars. He Is well educated and a good
0 TRAINS CHATTANOOGA to
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Currying Pullman BuffettSleepers through
For any information apply to
M. SUTTON, D.P.A., Chattanooga, Tenn.
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It Happened lu Chattanooga.
Rev. Charles E. Wright, pastor of
the Second Baptist church of this
city, states that his 15-year-old son,
who for the past six years has been
sorely afflicted with epilepsy, having
ns many as a dozen convulsions a
day,has entirely recovered his health,
has gained fifteen pounds in flesh
this wonderful cure was made by the
use of King's Itoyal Oermateur.
fSvQRTj&jlD when physicians and other remedies
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.
NEW YORK HOUSE-TOPS.
Th Roofs of th Big City Arc rat to
' Many Cnrloui Uses.
The other daj the newspapers told the
story of how some girls on one root flirt
ed with a young man on another roof,
and how the young man, in endeavoring
to go from his roof to theirs, slipped and
fell into eternity. , To how many, even
in New York, did that news paragraph
suggest the important part the roofs
play in this olty. We have all heard of
the roofs of Jerusalem, muoh the finest
features of the town, no doubt yet the
whole of Jerusalem is a trifle compared
to the life on the roofs of Now York. In
n place whore land is valued as it is on
this island, there is a great city under
ground and a great fraction of the life
of the place is spent on the roofs. In
the summer the tenement roofs are the
pleasure rosprts ol the' poor. ' Begin
ning at Baxter street and continuing
north to Harlem, on the east side, the
demand for sleeping places on the cool
and breezy , roofs is to great that only
first confers find places the tardy ones
find, no sleeping room left. It has al
ways been astonishing to me that no
artist makoa and no journal prints a pic
ture.) of , a mldaummernlght'' scone on a
roof, say in Baxter, or Forsyth or Mul
berry street. The crowding of the
Blecpors, their light attire, particularly
that of the men and boys, and the dis
comfort the scone suggests would open
the eyes of Chatter's readers to condi
tions they never droamed had existonce.
Then, too, the tenement roofs ara
greatly in use as ball-rooms on early
summer evenings. Thoro the boys and
girls dance to the music of mouth-or
gans -and accordions. They are great
places for lovers to woo in. The parks
and tho roofs are the courting-grounds
of the poor, for there is no privacy in
the tiny crowded homes. Tho roofs of
hundreds of the cheaper apartment-
houses aro the clothes-drying grounds,
and tho tenants aro obliged to agree to
tako their turns at this uso of the space,
the first-floor tonants having the roof on
Mondays, the second-floor tenants on
Tuesdays, and so on.
Leaving these crowded hivos wo turn
to what the English call the "solf-con
talned," or separate dwellings, and here
again the roofs are utilized. Some are
quite elaboratoly fitted up in summer
with potted flowers and awnings, and
swinging hammocks even 'with cots at
night We know of one which supports
a glass-inclosed apartment with a bath
tank for uso all the year around. Now
York has a concert hall on a roof as
every one knows, and too roor ol the
palatial Lquitablo Building is ono of the
show places of tho city, tho best place
from which to view all the othor roofs
that shelter 3,750,000 persons in and
around town. From there and from the
Brooklyn Bridge you can soe that bus
inesses are also carried on above tho
garrets, tho businesses of solar printing,
of pelt and fur drying, of preparing
rushes, wickor stuff for chairs and many
other callings more than any of us avo
aware of. Chatter.
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin
A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eyes,
Totter, Salt Rhoum, Scald Head, Old
Chronic Sores, Fever Soros, Eczema,
Itch, Frairie Scratches, Soro Nipples
and Tiles. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of ca4cs have been cured by
it after all other treatment had failed.
It Is put up in 25 and 50 cent boxes.
For sale by Ititchey & Bostick.
For lame back there is nothing bet
ter than to saturate ft flannel eloth
with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
bind it oil the nffivttl Siirta. Try it
and you will be surprised at- the
prompt reuei it anorus. "The same
treatment1 will cure ' 'rheumatism.
For sale by Rttchey & Bostick.' '
Cures in fifteen minuUs;, Preston's
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Subscribe for the Stasdahh. $11
TSiac Tjble & 1! R R
Lv. Spuria 10 50 am.
I ).m u 1 1 m a...
Holders U 45 am.
.Walling 1155 am.
Rock Inland 12 05 pin.
Rowland... 112 45 pm.
McMinnville 1 15 pui.
Smartt 1 45 pm.
Morrison 210 pnl. i
SummitvilJe 2 35 pm.
Mancnester 3 15 via.
Tullnhouia....i.....ir is in.
3 05 am.
3 35 w.
3 64 am.
4 02 am.
4 10 am.
4 35 Bin.
C 05 am.
: 5 25 am.
' 5 45 am
6 30 am.
r t .
nirrniTAlT W. L. Duntrlaa Rfcaea
vAUAlllil warranted, and every pair
ha la nam mad frtca stamped f PoUani,
5 30 am.
6 30 am.
7 00 am,
7 25 am.
7 50 am.
8 15 am.
8 50 am.
9 15 am.
9 25 am,
9 35 am,
1 9 55 am.
10 25 aai,
JfeoJ 111! life
Fine Calf and I.aced Waterproof Grain,
Tbe excellence and wearinr qualities of tht shoe
cannot be better ibown than Dy the strong endorse
ments of Its thousands of constant wearers.
"C-OO Genuine lland-oewed, an elegant and
Z3 stvllsh dress Shoe which commends Itself.
$ 4.00 lland-aewed Welt. A fine calf bhoe
unequalled fnr style and durability.
$0.50 Goodyear Welt is the standard dress
O Shoe, at a popnlr.r price.
SO. BO Poltcemna'a HWoe Is especially adapted
w iot raiiroau men, iarmers, etc.
AU made In Congress, Button and Laoe.
$3&$2 SHOES LADIES,
have been most farorably recelred since Introduced
and the recent Impmrements make them superior
to any shoes sola at these prices.
Ask your Dealer, and if he cannot supply you send
direct to factory enclosing adTertlsed price, or a
postal for order blanks.
. a., uuiulaej, orscaisB, man.
FOR SALK liV
M. ROSS & SOW,
STORIES OF ANIMALS.
A Gander's Lore and Devotion ana a
Mule's Implacahlo Hatred.
Some years ago the only white resU
dont on a Louisiana plantation was an
old gentleman who was very fond ot anl-
mala. Ho had dogs, cats and a pet
motherless pig. . During his lifo there a
goose and all her brood were destroyed
by "varmints, as tho darkles say, with
tho exception of ono woo bird.'
The old gentloman was sorry for the
motherless gosling, and fed it himself,
watching it and keeping oft othor crea
tures whilo it ate its butter-milk and
bread from a pan which ho had prepared
for it So, as might havo been expect
ed, the gosling becamo vory much at
tached to him, and followed him every
where oven miles into tho plantation
when ho was riding over it looking after
the crops. It grew to be a fine gander,
and at meal time would sit at the din-
Carta?, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat
ent M'.nesi conducted for Modiratc fna.
Oiu A rpi ... i Mbmma.w II A
ei. J wo can secure patent in less
tune tii c
ro.-n.5tu from Washington.
taud model, drswlnir or nhrrfa.l with descrlrt.
tion. We advise, if patentable or notj free of
cTTc uar zee not cue tin patent is eecurea.
A Pamphlet. "How to Obtain Patents." with
na:nes of actual clients in you State, county, or
ujwu, euut irce. Anurous,
Opp. Patent OrncE, Washinoton, D.
O YOU READ
Lv. Tullttlionia.. ..10 00 am.' '
Muuclicsler 10 45 am.
Suiumitville .........11 15 am.
Morrison ,...11 ",5 ant.
Bmurtt.. ..-..11 55 am.
McMinnville ..12 15, pm. i
Rowland 12 45 pm.
Rock Island 1 05 pin.
Walling 113 pm.
Holder.., 1 21 pm. 1
Doyle.. 1 40 pin. v
Ar. parta. 2 05 pm.
Passenger trains pans Tullahonia eninc
touth 9 53 a ru, 10 24 p in' and 5 55 p m j go
ing north, 4 32 p tu, 2 53 a ui, 7 32 a m.
Tallahoma to McMinnville Arrives 12:10 p.
m.S leaves 5:20 a. m., daily except Sunday.
McMinnville to Sparta Arrivei 5:30 a.m.;
leaves 12:00p.m.; daily except Sundays.
xurouirii uiail to aiul Iroiu beyond lulltt-
hoina, arrives 8 00 a. ni., leaves, li.OO ui. .
Heersheba Springs Arrives 6:30 d.iii.:
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ; leaves
6:00 a.m., same days.
amnnviue (route wo.!93ooj arrives 12:00
m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdaye:
leaves 1:00 p.m.,' same days.
wooaoury Arrives 12 m.. weduesduvt
and Saturdays; leaves 1:00p.m., same days.
uorse ohoe r ails Arrives 12:00 ni.. Wed
nes Jays and Fridays; leaves 2:00 p.m.,
Methodist Rev. J. T. Currv.
pastor ; services every Sunday morning and
night. Sunday-school at 9Ji A. M. Prayer
meeting Wednesday night.
Cnnstian Services every Sunday. Fravei
meeting Wednesday night.
rresbyterian Kev. r . ju. L,eener, pastor.
Preaching every Sunday inoriiinnnil ni'ht;
prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
Sunday-school every Sunday morning at 9
Cumberland Presbyterian Rev. 0. T.
Stainback paatorjservicesevery Sunday and
atmirht; prbyermeetine Weduesday night.
Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.
liHiiliU Dr. A. I). Phillips, liantor,
Preiirliinv' every SiiikIhv morning and
niitlit. Prayer niPeting every Wednesday
night. SiinilHy school 9:30 a. in.
November; W. S. liearden, Chancellor;
J.C. Biles, Clerk.
ClilCUIT Sits 2d Mondav in January,
May. and September; M.D. Riuallman,
Judge; W. V. Wliitson, At-torney-tienerp''.
I. W. Smith. CierK.
COUNTY SitK by quorum 1st Monday in
every month; full court every quarter:
A. C. Myers, Esq., Chairman; A. Ii.
OrilEll COUNTY OFFICIALS I. L.
Rheay, Shurill; W. W. Mulliean, Regis
ier;Wm G. Kttei. Trustee and Tax Col
li-ctor; John P. St. John, Tax Ansessser;
(J"0. T. Purvis. Uaneer: W.R.Bennett,
I;iiler; W N. Miti'hell. County Superintend-
ent of Public instruction
yfU.VICI PAL OFFICERS Mayor. D. B.
tVl Carson ; Aldermen, W: S. Lively, W.
II. fa.'nr, W.C. Arledire, 0. W. Hoodennyl,
John Ii. I'.ilcs, A. H. Faulkner. Street
Committee, 0. W. Iloodenpvl, W. II. Sagar,
J. B. Biles. ' !
II I II 1 III il III I il
11 lUHillVI UIjII'iIi
Xhat Eiisjlit, Sparkling Manzine?
he Clieapsst Illustrated Moutlily in tlie
Jj ni(ht in every month, in their hall over
the oourt room. I. J. 1 UUKMAN, W. M.
ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER 3r Thurday
iiiehtin every month.
T. C. LiJtn, n. P.
THURMAN BROS' & CO.
xv m a iVjm'
JHtAl-iST HKDICINE KNOWN
CONSIDERING QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE.
a x- w iijij also cure
W. H. FLEMING,
Before the war the South produced
about four millions bales of cotton
and sold it at six and a quarter cents
a pound. Now it raises twice that
quantity and sells it for nearly twice
Wm. Timmons, Postmaster of !(!&
ville, Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters
has done more for me than all other
medicines combined, for that bad
feeling arising from Kidney and
JLiver trouble." John .Leslie, larmer
and stockman, or same place, says
"i ind Electric Bitters to be the best
Kidney and Liver medicine, made
me feel like a new man." J. W.
Gardner, hardware merchant, same
town, says :, "Electric Bitters is just
the thing for a man who ia all run
down and don't care whether he
lives or dies; he found new strength.
good appetite and felt just like he
naa a new lease on lire. Only &)
cents a bottle, at Ritchey & Bostick 's
Drug btore. 2
ing-room door and watch, occasionally 25 CtS 3 NllUlber. $2.40 PCf Yeaf.
poKing its noau in, out never onering to
IVirort to customers from
ncHUiiunrtiTd, at whole
sale lirices. All goods
guaranteed. No nionev
uskoil until instruments
aro received ami fnllv
tested. Write us before
TuirrhnMnfr. An invest
ment of 2 cts.may save you muuy dollars. Addreil
There is a Tennessee woman living
in Grayson county, Texas, who has
been legally married nine times,
j Her first four husbands were killed
in service in the confederate army
The fifth was convicted of felony and
sent to the Texas penitentiary. The
next two died. The eighth was torn
to pieces in a saw mill. She is now
living with her ninth. She is 51
yeawoldand has 11 children. She
dosen't let trifles impede her pro
stir from the spot until the moal was
over. men it wouia troDio goose lasn-
ion, as much as to say: "It is high timo
I had something to eat"
One night in summer when tho doors
were left open, the gander came to ita
master's room and made such a noiso ho
could not sleep. Ho drove it away sev
eral times. But itcame back each time,
and at last nibbled at the bed clothes.
The gentleman then got up, thinking
surely the creature did mean to tell him
something was wrong. So ho followed
it into tho back yard and found that his
fence had boon pulled down by somo
wicked people and a herd of cattlo waa
dovouring his corn.
Now, who would thimt a gooso had so
On this same gentleman place was a
negro who was so cruel to one ol tho
mules that the gentleman discharged
him from his service. . Several years
passed, and one day the negro had occw-
sloA ; to return. He went through tho
barn-yard where this mule was. Tho
mulo had not forgotten his old injuries,
and as soon as ho recognized his perse
cutor ho mado for him and chased him
'round and 'round tho lot It was im
possible to escape over the high fence,
or through tho large heavy gate, so
rapid and persistent was the pursuit of
the animal; and if assistance had not
come in timo it is likely tho negro would
have been killed.
So, you see, animals can both love and
nate. Detroit ireo Tress.
A Kansas City woman failed in meet
ing the last payment on her bed, and a
constable lifted 'lu-r sick, emaciated
body upon a cot, and carried away tho
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