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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE-SATURDAY, JAN.io,t8l
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THURMAII BROS' & C0M
McMinnvil'.e, - Tennessee.
Shiloh's Consumption Cure.
This is beyond question the most
successful Cough Medicine we luive
ver sold, u few doses invariably cur
the worst cases of Cough, Croup, and
Jronehitis, while it's wouderlul suc
cess in the cure of Consumption is
without a parallel inx the history of
medicine. Since its lirst discovery
it has been sold on a guarantee, a
test which no other medicine can
stand. If you have h Cough we ear
nestly ask you to try it. Price 10
ems, o'J cents, and $1,00. it your
ungs are sore, Chest or Back lame,
use Shiloh's Porus Plaster. Sold by
W. II. Fleming. 4.
Egg shells crushed into small bits
and shaken well in decanters, three
)arts filled with cold water will thor
oughly clean the glass. Raw pota
toes pared and out Into small bits
and shaken ubout with water in bot
tles will also clean them well. But
some housekeepers like to use shot
better than anything else for cleans-
ng glass bottles. By rubbing with a
damp piece of flannel dipped in
whiting, the brown ' discolorations
may be removed from cups and por
celain pudding dishes in which cus
tards, tapioca, rice, etc., have been
baked. Emory powder will remove
ordinary stains from ivory knife han
dles. Alcohol and ammonia, used
on a sort cloth with whiting is as
good as anything for cleaning silver.
To Xenons Debilitated Men.
If you will send us your address-
w; will mail you our illustrated nam,
phlet explaing ail about Dr. Dye's
Ccleuratcu Electro- oltaic Belt and
Appliances, and their charming ef
fects upon the nervous uelulited sys
tem, and how they will quickly re
store you to vigor, and manhood
Pamphlet free If you are thus af
llicted, we will senu you a Belt and
Appliances on a trial
Voltaic Bi:lt Co.,
For ivy poisoning, boil woodashes
enough to make a strong lye; wah
the poisoned parts in this, let it re
main on a few minutes, and wash off
in soft luke-warm water, when dry,
annoint with vaseline. Repeat this
process as the poison develops itself,
one or two applications will effect a
If Your II0U30 Is On Tire
You put water on the burning tim
bers, not on the smoke. And if you
have catarrh you should attack the
disease in the blood, not in your nose.
Remove the impure cause, and the
local effect subsides. To do this take
Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great blood
purifier, which radically and perma
nently cures catarrh. It also makes
the nerves strong. Be sure to get
Is there no way in which decent
people traveling on railroad cars can
be protected from the foul language
of the blackguards whe occupy ad
jacentseats? We have lately had
special occasion to raise this question,
ana we commend u to tne managers
of our railway systems. Nashville
Good Advice in a Nutshell.
w There are four organs in the human body
chich are vital in their functions and deli-
ate in tneir structure, and which give us an
mmense amount f trouble. These are the
Heart, Storoach.Kidneys and Liver. If they
cive ub trouble it is because we neglect or
abuse them, aud of course we nuiHt take the
consequences. The diseases of these organs
are verv numerous and often 'dangerous.
Luckily we now have a remedy which has
proved just the thing for this class of dis
cuses. 11 is I'e-rn-na, a lum-ly vegetable
compound, that ulrikes right at the root of
tne wnoie tromiie. ihis preparation was
used by Dr. llartmun most successfully in
ins general practice lor years iieiore it was
placed before the general public; and it was
its remnrkauli! success in his lir vate nrnc
tice that led him to place it before the pub
lic tor t lie benclit ot mankind everywhere
As a Tonic it is unexcelled, building up the
srstem weukeued by constant toil, either
mental or physical. As a remedy for Lung
1 roubles, such as Consumption, it has ac
complished wonders. Its action on the Kid
iieys is mild and effective. lis use will keep
the blood pure, r.egulate the Bowels, if
nccessarv, with Man a-lin. Price $1 per
bottle; b lor
ON A SUNDAY TRAIN.
Utile TVUUn'i Argument Were Too Log
ical to He Iterated.
Willio Mamma, isn't it wicked for
u to rido on a Sunday train?
Mamma No, my son. Wo aro on tho
way to church.
It's wicked to work on Sunday, isn't
"Then it's wicked to run trains on
Sunday, isn't it, mamma?"
'I presume so. Don't bother me, Wil
"But it isn't wicked for us to rido on
"flush, Willio. Look at your lesson
"The men that run tho trains can't jro
to church, can they?"
"I suppose not. Quit talking, my
"That's tho reason .why it's wicked
for them to, run tho trains, isn't it.mam-ma?"
"It's a work of necessity to run theso
trains, Willie, homebody lias to doit
Now, don't talk any more."
"You wouldn't want mo to work on
a Sunday train, would you, mamma?"
"No, my son."
"But it's all right for me to ride on one,
"Don't talk any more, Willio."
"Say, mamma, ain't it a good thing I
don't have to work for a living? I might
have to run on Sunday trains, you
know, and that would be wicked,
"Willio, you must hush."
"But there's nothing wicked in my
riding on 'em, is thero?"
Willio is lifted up and carried
squirming into the next car. Chicago
SHE WASN'T AFRAID.
tntl &ir tutors.
$3. For sale by liitc-hey &
TIih heroic soul does not sell its
justice and its nobleness. It does
not ask to dine nicely and to sleep
warm. The essence is the perception
that virtue is enough. Poverty is its
ornament. It does not need plenty,
and can verv well abide its loss.
CHEAPEST KErMCIXE ISNOT73
CONSIDERING QUALITY AND SIZE OF DOSE.
IT WILL ALSO CURS
AND CHRONIO COK3THATION.
W. H. FLEMING,
IHrcct tocii'tomrrs from
lie:id'iiaru-r.-, lit whole
sale prices. All goods
gnnruniei'ii. iNO money
I itskud until Ini-trunients
arc received and fully
tested. V rite lis iNMore
liuirhashic. An invest-
men t of 2 cts.may save j ou many dollars. Address
Jesse French Piano 2 Organ Co.,
NKSHUILLE. TENN. -
The Xew Discovery.
You have heard your friends and
neighbors talking about it. You mnv
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 thinjr
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
arhicted with a cough, cold or any
Throat, Lung or Chest trouble, secure
aoottieat once and give it a fai
trial. It isguaranteed every time, on
money relunded. Trial Dottles Pre
at Kitchey& Dostick's Drugstore f
Pastuer, the great Frenchman, dis
covered that microbes causes chicken
cholera, and Ganter found that his
magic chicken cholera cure destroys
Ititchey it Dostick, druggists, tie
sire to inlorin the public that they
are agents for the nio..t successful
preparation that has yet been pro
duced for coughs, colds and croup. It
will loosen and relieve a severe cold
in less time than anv other treat
ment. Ihe article rclerred to is
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
It is a medicine that lias won
fame and popularity on its merits
and one that can always be depended
upon. It is the only known remedy
that will prevent croup. It inu-t be
tried to lie appreciated. It is put up
in 50 cent and $1 bottles.
them. Sold "no cure,
V. II. Fleming.
no pay" by
"Flnno! Tom. Olml to iee yon, M fellow I
III almost ti-n y.-ar lnoe we were man led. tit
doT: iiave ua cxjuritucu meeting; llow'.i
"Ob 1 slirV. Fo.M. vin sp 't'iial, uhvayj w&nt
1::? 'iinpi.il int.: t can't LlY-ni!."
' V I'll., mo ml w iu; eou:etLiU3 nvrc than wo'vo
ft. Doii'.t ymi f "
' Ye : lint 1 ii'-is ' wr-t will bo ny ma-tor.' I
a-arted to l;;'- p d-mii exn-e'-. n-iil now I.il
I'm nit-3':.' Mini slie't- 1 1 re . v of tmviti and neve'
1-at in- ni-.H-i-i!.' I rlio-v l.iril. 1 yaw your ife
il'iwn h'l-et anil fiif.itxikeil a- Impnv at nonet n ! '"
" I tlii'i!; -'.' i : ii'iil in-' ic-i -o-nical, too.-Iiavet-ih.
My w ic-- n ;.n'se -i liitle i-o fr.rtiiri
t - in ' i :i'i i c I "ever knew. -' t-he'o aiir.-ivK ur
jiriK ut- ni 'v tli Hi;i aiii'y rfiiilrlvanre tl-.ut,
adiU i-i'ti-p.i.nf r ml 1-.i-.i of our li: tie home,'
aiul -ii -s al.'..;.-s in--n'.v a- r. ,-.r.. ' When 1 ak
liie.V l:i.- nnn-i-W e i i-.- -n . ;;.l M(VS;
'nil! I'- ' iv e-t-l'' ;hlnk I've ilis.
rov-i'-il ii r'-'.-r-;.' Wi-'n in- murrieil. see both'
kuvw ' !i i"! - 'iiiv" to lie very car- fill, but sl.e
imuleo lecoMrli-ioi-: ne Hor.iii l"ato her Mnjjaxlna
Ami i ii- r:l:t ! I woiil-hi'l d.) wdlioct it ray.
elf for il'iiible ;!i nireriiition price. We rear
i togetii-r, from m thle-pe to the last word-.
1!ii 'inrifi keep our li"nrt youny: the ynoi
of iT.p-ir mi! e-'etils ami n i-oitiflc mattera kep
me p -'t 1 m f Hut I ran t.iik i;tuli-i si niK.iiily or
iiui is j-. lint' on : mv wife in alvrnj s iryinif burnt
new iil.M from the lioliwholil department; fb-mrikf-tli
tierdrcaami and tboKefor the children,
ail he geta ail lier patterns fur nolliinff, with the
Mie. R.'.iMe ; and we civet! .)e when he waa mi niek
with tii r'mip. by ilolm; Jnt aa illieclcd in th
t-atiitnrrn D.-i-urtine' f 15nt I can't leii you llulfl"
" VVh.it wo'Ul.-r'ul Miit-uzine if. it ?"
' Demnr.-'sr Fainilr Magazine, anil
'Wh:i! Why that'll w hat Ml wanted eo bad,
ami I to'il her it wa an cxtravaeance."
" Well, mv frend, thatV where you made a
prund mintnke, iiml one you'd better rectify as
toon an you ran. I'll take your 'aun.' rht here,
on my wife's acrourt : tbe'a'bound to have a china
tea-act In time for our tin wedding next month.
My jrolil watch waa the premium 1 cot for getting
tip a club, llere'a a copy, with tile new Premium
l.iat for club, the bluett thingoutl If yon don't
ace in it wlint yon want, yon've only to write to
the publisher and tell him what you want, whether
it i a tack hammeror a new carriage, and he will
make special ternia for tou. eit kft for a club, or for
part ca.ii. Better au tacrine ripht off and anrpriae
JHra. Tom. Only f i.00 a year ill t ave fifty timca
that tnaix montba. Or rend lOcenta direct to the
rmblialier. YV. .teniiinc Demorest. 15 Kant 14tl
Street, New York, for a specimen copy coutalnlnf
W'e will club Deiuoests' Mn.inp nnd the
i?rAXM)Ai:i (on ver year lor Imtli. Send
orders to the Stand a ki."
English Spavin Liniment removes
all Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps
and Blemishes from horses, Mood
spavin, curbs. Splints, Ring Done.
Sweeney, Stifles, Sprains, Sore and
Swollen Throat, Coughs, ect. Save
$")() by use of one bottlp. Warrante
the most wonderful Blemish Cure
ever known. Sold by Kitchey &
Durdock leaves are good for allay
ing lnuammaiion ana easing pain.
ror looinacne, neuralgia and sore
throat, they are also good. If green,
you should wilt them on the stove
before applying; if dried, warm and
soften them with warm water or vin
Female Weakness Positive Cure
To the Fditoc:
Please lufoi-m your renders that 1 have a
pisitivc remedy for the- thousand aud one
ills which arise from deranged female or
gans. I slinll be vim I to send two bottles
of my remedy FKkk to any lady if they will
send their Express and P. O. address.
Yours respectfully. Dk. J. Ii. MARCIIISI,
183 Genesee St., Utien, N. Y.
A missionary church and parson
age on wheels is a novelty in the far
West. . It is in the form of a car,
sixty feet long, and two Daptist
home missionaries are to live in it.
The car will run on the Northern
Pacific and otlier railroads. In Da
kota, the Episcopalians have a simi
lar missionary ear, which has been
in use for some time and is doing ex
Sure cure Preston's "Iled-Ake.'
A Farmer's Wife Who Was Posted
the- Habits of Angels.
Ono summer ovonirifr an old farmer sat
on his door step smoking a pipe before
poing to bed, says tho Mifllnburcr Times.
Presently a tramp approached and said:
"Good evening, sir."
"Good evening," answored tho farmer.
"I have been walking a long dis:
tance," said the tramp, "and if you 11
permit me I'll sit a few minutes on your
"All right," was tho answer.
The two men fell into conversation,
and as the farmer discovered his guest
to be an intelligent man, their talk was
continued until a late hour.
"Would you mind giving nio a mug of
eider?" asked the tramp, at length.
"Not at all," said tho farmer. "I will
do it with pleasure!"
The cider was procured and disposed
of in a summary fashion, and then came
the next request:
"I've traveled a good distanco to-day,
and I should liko very much to lodge
with you, if you have no objection."
"All right," answerod the farmer, "I
can accommodato you."
Meanwhile tho wife, who had long
beforo retired and was listening to the
conversation from her bed-room, .called
"No, you won't. I won't have him
here. Come, husband, it's timo for you
to como in and lock up."
"Madam," said tho tramp, seriously,
turning in the direction of tho voico,
"you should not speak so abruptly to a
stranger. You might bo entertaining
an angel unawares."
"I ain't a mite afraid," returned tho
old lady, calmly, "angels don't come
around begging cider after dark."
Lv. Kpartiv 10 50 am. 3 05 am.
Uovle llL'Uum. ;i ;i:i urn.
Holders 1 1 45 am. 3 54 urn.
Walling 11 55 urn. 4 am.
Uoek Islaih-t 12 05 niu. 4 10 am.
" Vfnvi'l.itwl lo AX ..... A e .....
WUIUU4 , it, 1,J f'lil. -i oo mil.
McMinnvilie 1 15 pin. 5 05 am.
Smartt 1 45 inn. 5 25 am.
" Morrison... 2 10 pm. 5 45 am
" SinmmittMllo O ir .....
u.u....i...ijv tt iiu 21U U VJ (IID.
Manchester 3 15 pra. 6 30 am.
kt. Tullalioma 4 15 jm. 7 20 am.
by. Tullalioma.....' 10 00 am. 5 30 am.
Manchester 10 45 am. 0 30 am,
tiummitville 11 15 am. 7 00 am,
Morrison 11 35 am. 7 25 am.
Smartt 1155 am. 7 50 am.
McMinnvilie 12 15 pm. 8 15 am.
Rowland 12 45 pm. 8 50 am.
Itoek Island 1 05 pm. 9 15 am.
Walling l 13 pm. 9 25 am.
Holder 1 21 urn. 9 35 am.
" Doyle 1 40 urn. 9 55 am.
Ar. Sparta 2 05 pm. 10 25 am.
Passenger trains pass Tullalioma eoiuir
louth 9 53 a m, 10 21 p m mid 5 55 p m ; go
ing north, 4 32 p m, 2 58 a m, 7 32 a m.
rullahoma to McMinnvilie Arrives 12:10 p.
m.: leaves 5:20 a. iu., daily except Sundays.
McMinnvilie to Sparta Arrives 5:30 a.m.:
leaves 12:00 p.m.; daily except Sundays.
rl' I. .1 !l . .....I 1 l (li. II .
iiruugu niuii m nun iruui ueyonu luua
homa, arrives 8.00 a. in., leaves, 12.00 ui.
ueersheha Springs Arrives 6:30 cm.:
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays j leaves
6:00 a. m , same days.
Suiituville (route Jso.l93o5) arrives 12:00
m., Mondays, ( ednesdavs and Saturdays;
leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
Woodbury Arrives 12 m Wednesdays
and Saturdays ; leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
uorse Shoe r alls Arrives 12:00 m., W ed
nesdays aud Fridays; leaves 2:00 p. m.,
Methodist Rev. J. T. Currv.
pastor ; services every Sunday morning and
aight. Sunday-school at 9Jj"a. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday night.
Christian Services every Sunday. Travel
meeting Wednesday night.
Presbyterian Uuv. ! . L. Leeper, pastor.
Preaching every Sunday morning and night;
prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
Sunday-school every Sunday morning ut 9
Cumberland Presbyterian Rev. G. T.
Staiuhack pastorjservicesevery Sunday and
at night; prayermeeting Wednesday night.
Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.
iSaptist lr. A. I. rlnllips, pastor.
Preaching every Suinliy morning nnd
ni-lit. Prayer iiieeting every Wednesday
night. Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
till ANCERY Sits 4ih Monday in May aud
) November; W. S. Hearden. Chancellor ;
J. C. Biles, Clerk.
CIRCUIT Sits 2d Monday iu January,
May, and September; M.I), mailman.
.fudge; W. V. Whitson, At-tortiev-Gerieral:
I. W. Smith, CierK.
COUNTY Sits by quorum 1st Monday in
every month; full vourt every ijtiartei :
A. C. Mvers, Esq., Chairman; A. I!.
TIER COUNTY OFFICIALS-I. L-
SheriO'; W. W. Mnllioan, Regis
ter ; m . Kitfi, trustee anil lax l-ol
lecto : .1 Ii ti . St. John, Tux AssesSM-r;
r.eo. T. Purvis, Ranger; W. R. I'.ennett,
lailer; W. N. Mitehell, County Superintend
ent of Public Instruction
f UNIC1PAL OFFICERS Mayor. I). P..
ivJL Carson; Aldermen, W. S. Livelv, W.
H. agar, W. C. Arledge, G. W. lloodeiipvl,
J i n 15. liiles, A. II. Faulkner. Street
Committee, ti. W. lloodeiipvl, W. II. Sugar,
J. 15. Riles. .
U R ,. t
The First Step.
Perhaps you are run down,
can't eat, can't sleep, can't think,
can t aoanytningtoyour satisfaction
ana you wonder what ails vou. You
i 1 1 . . .
snouiu neea xne warning, vou are
taking the first step into Nervous
Prostration. You need a Nerve Ton
ic and in Electric Bitters you will
hnd the exact remedy for restoring
your nervous system to its normal
healthy condition. Surprising re
sults tollow 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 HOcts at Kitchey & Dostick's
Drug Store. ti.
Ihe infant reason grows apace and
calls for one more application of that
good friend, Salvation Oil, which
never disappoints but always kills
Mr. William T. Price, a Justice of
the Peace, at R'chland, Nebraska,
was confined to his bed last winter
with a severe attack of lumbago ; but
a thorough application of Chamber
lain's Pain Balm enabled him to get
up and go to work. Mr. Price says :
'The Remedy cannot be recommen
ded too highly." Let any one
troubled with rheumatism, neural
gia or lame back give it a trial and
they will be of the same opinion. 50
cent bottles for sale by Ititchey &
No other remedy is so reliable, in
cases of sudjn colds, or coughs, or
for any and all derangements of the
throat and lungs, as Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. This wonderful medicine
affords great relief in consumption,
even in the advanced stages of that
Tired of Drumitlcks.
"What do chicker.9 look like, Mrs.
Codhooker?" inquired tho bank clerk of
tho landlady, as bo inspected tho drum
stick on his plate.
"Are vou in earnest, Mr. Wanks?" she
"Look something like' centipedes,
don't they?" ho continued, frotfully.
"tertainly not llavon t you ever
been in tho country and seen the chick
"Well, yes, but I've drawn only logs
and pin-foathcrs for eleven months in
youf houso, and I've sort of lost shape
of the bird. N. Y. Tribune.
M.-Warren No. 125-i
n & a.
Il night in every month, in their hall over
the court room. J. G. McGl'lfitt, W. M.
ROYAL ARCH CIIAPTER-3r Thurday
uightiu everv month.
W. W. Fairbanks, II. P. '
IO.O.F. McMinnvilie, No. 146;every
Tuesday night, in their hall over Worn-
aclc fc Colville's store.
R PatiErsos, N. G
L P, GvitTS'-u, S-eri-tary.
Rebekah Degree, meets First Thursday
night in each month.
Mks. W. S. Lively, N. G.
Mrs. J. II. Siikkkill, Secretary.
Preston's" I In I -for
Ake" N a sjK'ciic
Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint,
T . it L IL 11 . 1 1 , w .
ii "ui worm uic smau price 01 io
cents to free yourself of everv svmn-
torn of these distressing complaints.
If you think so call at our store and
get a bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizcr.
Every bottle has a printed guarantee
on it. Use accordingly, and if it docs
you no good it will cost you nothing.
Spld by W. II. Fleming. 5
udmtiuu tor me isr.M)AiU). yi. i
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin
A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eye?,
Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairio Scratches, Soro Nipples
and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been cured by
it after all other treatment had failed.
It is put up in 2o and 50 cent boxes.
For sale by Ititchey A Hostick.
Cures in fifteen minutes : Preston's
An Objeet Lcnnoii.
High-Priced Doctor You are now con
valescent, and all you need is exercise.
You should walk ton miles a day, sir;
but your walking should have an ob
Patient All right, doctor; I'll travel
around trying to borrow enough t pay
your bill. Puck.
The Colleee (.riiiluntc Vindicated.
Managing Editor So you'ro a dis
tinguished Yale graduate, aro you?
Applicant Yes; I was champion of
the foot-ball team.
Managing Editor Put what can you
do in a newspaper o (lice?
Applicant I can kick poets down
IIU l'rompt Reply.
Dash away Suppose you should come
around to my house some day, walk up
to my room, and find my lifeless corpse
in bed. What would you do?
Cleverton I would instittito an im
mediate search for that five dollars you
owe me. Life.
Uriggs I've got a crow to pick with
Watts. 1 intend to And out what he
meant by calling me small potatoes.
Braggs Thero was no harm in that
It is really a compliment this year to !
called any kind of potatoes. Indian
It is neither pleasant nor profitable
to hear people constantly coughing
when they could be easily cured by a
25 cent bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough
Why suffer? Preston's "Hcd-Akc"
will cure you.
KNIGHIS OF IIONOR-Mountain City,
No. 140; meets in Masonic hall 2d and
1th Monday niehtsin every month.
Thos. Black, Rep. G. W. Bkittain, D.
KNIGnTS AND LADY'S HONOR 2nd
and 4thThursday nights in every month
8. T. Lively, P.
THE BEST OF THE
Fnriu Crops A Processes,
Horticulture V Fruit-Crow ins,
Mtr-.HIock A Dairying,
While, it also includes all minor department!
of Rural interest, such as the Poultry Yard,
Etomologv, Bee-keeping, Greenhouse and
Grapery, Veterinary Replies, rami titles
tions and Answers, Fireside Reading, Do
mestic Economy, and a summary of the
News of the Week. Its Market Reports are
unusually complete, and much attention ih
paid to the Prospects of he Crops, as throw
ing light upon pne of the most important of
all questions When to Bun and Yhrn to
Sell. It is liberally Illustrated, and by Re
cent Enlargement, contains more reading
matter than ever before. The Subscription
Price is 2.50 per vear, but we-ollera special
REDUCTION in bur
CLUB RATES 10K 1891!
Two Subscriptions, in one remittance tit
Six Subscriptions, do do 10
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