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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, JAN. 24, ,891
Wait a Little While.
Yes, take your time, for it is better
late than never, and if you will not
at once try t he proper remedy to re
store your heal Ih wait until your
doctors says you can't live and then
try it. Doctors make a mistake
quite often and doctor symptoms in
stead of diseases. A patient com
plains of mysterious aches and pains,
sleeplessness, gloomy foreboding,
nervous disquietude,etc. He is given
County Commissioners of Agriculture.
We would suggest to our represen
tatives in the legislature the impor
tance of creating the oflice of county
Commissioner of Agriculture. Such
an officer is badly needed. It is well
known that in most of our counties
ns a matter of necessity the mass of
the people are engaged in agricultur
al pursuits. Many of those thus em
ployed have poor opportunities for
a liniment for his aches, a narcoctic acquainting themselves with the
for his sleeplessness, whisky to make adaptation of our soil and climate to
him cheerful, and mix vomica or special crops, fruits, &c, and the best
other poison to quiet his nerves, methods of crop culture. The ooun-
Verily, the last condition of that J ty Commissioner of Agriculture
man is worse than the lirst. How should act iu concert with the state
many fall into the whisky or opium commissioner, and aid by reports,
habit and remain continued invalids lectures, pamphlet and other proper
until death brings relief. You don't methods of popular education to pro
need such stuff. You need an alter- mote a better knowledge of profitable
ative. .You need a remedy that will agriculture. His attention should be
merely assist nature in regaining her given specially to discussions of the
oquilibrim. You need a remedy that comparative.importance of different
will assist the digestion and assimi- crops and practical ways of making
Ask Your Friends
Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla
what they think of it, and the replies
will be positive in Its favor. One has
been cured of indigestion and dys
pepsia, another finds it indispensa
ble for sick headache, others report
remarkable cures of scrofula, salt
rheum, etc. Truly, the best adver
tising which Hood's Sarsaparilla re
ceives is the hearty endorsement of
Its army of friends.
lation of food you eat, a remedy that
is easy and kind to the.stomach, kid
neys and liver. Such a remedy is
Dr. Bull's Sarsaparilla. Try it and
you will then get well in spite of doe
tors and eroneous treatment.
the soil pay.
A Safe Investment.
Is one which is guaranteed to bring
you satisfactory results, or in case oj
'failure a return of purchase price. On
this sate plan you can buy lroui our
advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump-
Ititchey & Bostick, druggists, de
sire to inform the public that they
are agents for the most successful
preparation that has yet been pro
duced for coughs, colds and croup. It
will loosen aud relieve a severe cold
in less time than any other treat
ment. The article referred to is
Chamberlain's Cough llemedy.
It is a medicine that has won
fame and popularity on its merits
The Decline of Rural New England.
Prof. Amos N. Currier, in the Popular Sci
Not only is the area of cultivated
land decreasing in this way, but the
land-owners are Bensibly narrowing
their tillage. The land is growing
poorer, partly from natural causes
and partly from less careful working
and the marked decrease in the
amount of live stock kept upon it.
The fact is, farming does not pay, es
pecially if help must be hired to do a
large part of the work.
xne larmtr nnas himseir the vic
tim of all the evils of a protective
tariff without its supposed benefits,
The promised home market he has
found to his cost, if not his ruin, is a
delusion and a snare. If the manu
facturing centers in his vicinity
have raised the price of some of his
products, they have advanced the
cost of labor in a greater degree, i.d
drawn to themselves the best brain
U """L'L AND SUGGESTIVE..
K i tie tuvn or rnn'o free from
soot in nil us parts. A hot-air passage
clorrged up wiili soot will prevent the
oven fru.i halving well.
If ono wishes to cool a hot dish in a
hurry, it will lo found thut if the dish
be placed in a vessel full of cold, salty
water it will cool far more rapidly than
If it stood in water free from salt.
Spun candy may bo mado after a
fashion with a fork. When the siirar
has reached the propor degree, if a four-
tined fork bo dipped in and drawn slow
ly out it will spin a thread, which may
be wrapped around a framework of
whatover you may chooso.
Grandmother Pudding. Take a pint
of bread dough and lot it riso; when
light, make Into round balls the Bize of
a goose egg; throw into a pot of boiling
water, cover the pot and boil quickly.
Serve hot with powdered sugar, buttor
and grated nutmog. Farm and Fireside.
Oyster-loaf is a good luncheon dish.
Cut the tops from several small French
rolls, scrape out tho inside crumbs, and
fry them brown in butter. Now fill the
empty rolls with a mixture of oysters,
bread-crumbs, salt, pepper and butter,
set In a hot oven a few minutes, and
Bread Pudding. Boat three eggs,
add three tablespoonfuls sugar, a little
nutmeg, or any flavoring you like, fill
your dish to within an inch of the top
with sweet milk. Put in fine dry bread
crumbs one pint and bake one hour. A
three pint tin dish is the best. Yankee
Salmon a la Mode. Take two toa-
cups of milk, add. two tablespoons corn
starch, one beaten egg and a large table
spoon butter; boil until thick. Heat a
can of salmon, throw the oil away, put
Time Table IMS &M E R
U. Sparta... Jtiooam.
" Doyle 11 20 am.
" Holders 11 4") am.
" Walling 11 fif, am.
" Rock Island .12 0.1 pm.
" Rowlaud V2 4") . m.
" McMinnville lj pm.
" Sinartt 1 45 imi.
ti M ......
Morrison a lu pm.
Summitville 2 35 pm.
Manchester 3 15 pm.
Tullahonia 4 15 pm.
3 05 am.
3 35 am.
3 54 am.
4 02 am.
4 10 am.
4 35 am.
5 05 am.
5 25 am.
5 45 am
6 05 am.
6 30 am.
7 20 am.
I and muscle irom the farms, lie is
tion. It is guaranteed to bring relief and one that can always be depended- being heavily taxed for the benefit of tne not salmon on platter, pourovor tne
in every case, when u-ed for any HulhonnU'l-nn r..m.lv the whole list of theyp ns.Kfant in. dressing and cover with slices of hard
ilutTll" iiiiu.il, uuiiRn ui viicni, . . . ... nttn . T l, MnJriw H.it w,h hi.n ,f hl
such as Consumption, Infiamation of i"c,uu'ui'' " "'" u,: r""H,,w "
Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whoop-
ins Coush, Croup, etc., etc. It it
pleasant and agreeable to taste, per
fectly sife, and can always be de
pended upon, trial bottles tree as
Ititchey & IJostick's Drugstore. 1
tried to be appreciated. It is put up
in 50 cent and $1 bottles.
Fixing The Real Value.
A general health adviser says: "It
is not at all uncommon to have
toothache, however, with perfectly
sound teeth, or in teeth that have
been recently filled. Without ex
plaining the cause for this, I would
simply recommend a very conven
ent little application which you can
readily prepare yourself and keep on
hand. Take a piece of chamois skin
or of fine, closely-woven flannel, and
soak it thoroughly in Jamaica gin
ger, or, what is better still, in tine
ture of capsicum, which you can ob
tain from any druggist. Let this dry
and put it away until the time of band, madam
need. To use it in the case of the in reality."
toothache I have last mentioned, "And you advise
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nun n iiiui 111 mimwia vm u ciutwi 1 ". j
piece off and place it between the
gum and the lip, directly over the
root of the offending tooth. This
will act as a counter-irritant, and its
effect is really marvelous.
She was a large, resolute-looking
woman, and she sat in tho attorney's
consultation room and stated the
case to him without any emotion.
"The thing for you to do, madam,"
said tne lawyer, "is to sue tne wo
man for alienating the affections of
"Can't I have her put in the peni
tentiary ?" she demanded.
"Urn-no. You can sue her for
damages, though, and make the fig
ures as large as you please."
"Damages? .What for?"
"For robbing you of your bus-
It amounts to that
me to sue her
force, while the competition, intensi
fied by labor-saving machines suited
to the large prairie farms of the West
and stimulated by lavish gifts of land
to settlers and subsidies to railroads,
ruinously reduces the prices of his
products in his natural home mar
ket, lie buys Western flour and
western corn lor nw own consump
tion at a cheaper rate than lie can
produce Uiem with hired labor, and
by reason of the long winter is una
ble to compete with the West and
South in cattle-raising for the eastern
market at lu door. Confining his
attention to the few crops that from
their bulk or perishable nature, are
not subject to the destructive com-
j etion of the West, the ordinary far
mer merely lives and pays current
expenses, while his less shrewd and
careful neighbor falls behind each
year, and sooner or later will be sold
out of house and home.
Mr. William T. Price, a Justice of
the Peace, at R'chland, Nebraska
was confined to his bed last . inter
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 llemedy 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 &
"Then I'l! do it ! " she exclaimed
vindictively. "I'll make her pay
his full value ! bue her as quick as
"What damages will you claim ? "
"I am an abused and insulted wo
man," she replied, with dignity;
"but I am aconscientcious one. Make
the damages about $1.50."
Stolon's Catarrh llemedy.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, a mar
velous cure for Catarrh, Diptheria,
canker Mouth, and Ilead-Ache,
w nn eacn bottle mere is an ingen
ious iNasal injector for the more suc
cessful treatment of these complaints
witnout extra charge. Price 50 cents.
Sold by W. II. Fleming. 2
Shiloh's Consumption Cure. '
Ths is beyond question the most
A curious padlock, probably the
most ingenius ever made, was con
structed inJEngland in the twentieth
year of Queen Elizabeth's reign, by
a blacksmith named Mark Scarliot.
It consisted of eleven pieces of iron,
Physicians informed me that I was
threatened with paralysis or apo
plexy. I suffered terribly with pain
on the right side of my head, espec
ially when I would read or write,
and on rising to my feet would be
come perfectly blind and had to hold
to something to prevent my falling. I
am happy to say that Bull's Sarsap
arilla has entiiely relieved me. My
appetite is good and for the first time
in a long while I enjoy my dinners.
Mr. B. C. Rivers, Louisville, Ky.
1 Merit Wins.
We desire to say to our citizens,
that for years we have been selling
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Dr King's New Life Puis,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve and Electric
Bitters, and have never handled
remedies that sell as well, or that
have given such universal satisfac
tion. We do not hesitate to guar
antee them every time, and we stand
successful Cough Medicine we have
ever sold, a few doses invariably cure
the worst cases of Cough, Croup, and steel and brass, all of which, together
Bronchitis, while it's wouderful sue- with the key and chain to which it
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.... aaaw v v v- wa vw.a. iw a. a a. a v.. M'J . .t.OQ O T T Ik ft It fit a ll'mnhml 1 lo i I linn ,-tna
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wuiiuui i imi.u.ti in nit; insiurv ui . , , ,, ....
mpiiicinp Kinpp t tirar rUunnveirv grain and a half. The gold chain
it has been sold on a guarantee, a which fastoned lock and key togeth
test which no other medicine can ex had fortv three links, and when
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a, yz ,;v tb ms? , s ?arlil put yma??
cents, 50 cents, and 1,00. If your the neck of a common flea, and the
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lungs are sore, cnest or uacK lame, nine mseci urew nover a suver piaie
use Shiloh's Poms Plaster. Sold by with peifect ease.
w. 11. F leming. 4.
boiled eggs; garnish with crosses. De
troit Freo Press.
Fruit Cake. Raisins and spices to
tasto, ono cup molasses, ono cup brown
sugar, ono cup shortening, two eggs, two
teaspoonfuls soda, three cup", flour, two
cups dried apples (not Boaked). Beat
all togothcr and stir in raisins and
spices to suit Soak the apples over
night. In the morning put in tho mo
lasses and sugar, boiling down quite
thick. Boston Budget
Roast Goose. Remove pin feathers,
singo, draw and wash welL Wipe, stuff
and truss., Sprinklo with salt and pep
per and dredge with flour.' Bake one
and a half hours, hasting often. Stuf
fing Mash six or eight hot potatoes.
Add two onions cut fine and fried until
yellow in two tablespoonfuls butter; add
two teaspoonfuls sage, one spoonful salt
and one spoonful popper. Gravy Turn
off the fat from the pan. Add two table
spoons flour, brown and add the water
in which the giblets were cooked and
enough more hot water to make the gravy
of the right thickness. Strain, add the
chopped giblets and salt and pepper.
Poultry should he picked and drawn
as soon as possible after killing, then a
day or night should elapse beforo it is
fit for cooking. Rinse out tho fowl sev
eral times with clean water, dissolve a
teaspoonful of soda in that which is used
last Rub a little soda over the skin,
let it remain about ten minutes, then
wash off in clear water. Any strong or
unpleasant tasto will thus bo preventod.
Preparo a dressing for turkey by mixing
bread-crumbs with butter, pepper, salt,
pulverized sage and a dozen oysters
chopped fine and stirred into it if you
like. A et tho whole with sweet cream,
milk or water. Rub tho turkey with
soft butter and dredge with flour. The
giblets may bo cooked separately, chop
ped and added to the gravy. While
roasting baste the turkey every fifteen
minutes, renewing the water as required
to keep the bottom of the pan well cov
ered, then dredge with salt, pepper and
flour. -N. Y. World.
Lv.-Tullahonia 10 00 am. 5 30 am.
" Mauchester 10 4") am. (J 30 am.
" Suiniuitville 1115am. 7 00 am.
" MorriHoa 113". am. 7 25 am.
" Smartt H 55 am. 7 50 am.
" McMinnville 12 15 pm. 8 15 am.
" Rowland 12 45 pm. 8 60 am.
" Rock island 1 05 m. 9 16 am.
,. Walling l I3pra. 9 25 am.
" Holder 1 21 pm. 9 35 am.
" Doyle l 40 pin. 9 55 am.
Ar. Sparta 2 05 pm. 10 25 am.
Passenger trains pass Tullahonia going
outh 9 53 a m, 10 24 p in mid 5 55 p iu ; go
ing north, 4 32 p m, 2 6f u hi, 7 32 a in.
Tullahoma to McMinnville Arrives 12:10 p.
m.: leaves 5:20 a. in., 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 1 ullu
homa, arrives 8.00 a. m., leaves, U'.OO m.
Beersheba Springs Arrives 6:30 p.m.;
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ; leaves
6:00 a. m , same days.
Smithville (route No. 19355) arrives 12:00
in., 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 Arrivesl2:00 m., Wed
nesdays and Fridays; leaves 2:00 p. m.,
Methodist Rev. J. T. Curry,
pastor; servicesevery Sunday morning and
night. Sunday-school at 9J A. M. Prayer
meeting Wednesday night.
Christian Services every Sunday. Prayei
meeting Wednesday night.
l'rebl,yteriau Uev. J. D. Murray, pastor,
'reaching every Sunday morning and uight;
prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
Sunday-school every Sunday moniiugat9
Cumherland Presbyterian Rev. G. T.
3tainbackpastor;servicesevery Sunday and
at night; prayermeeting Wednesday night.
Sunday-school 9:30 a. 111.
Baptist Dr. A. I). Phillips, pastor. .
Preaching every Sunday morning and
night. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
night. Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
CHANCERY Sits4ih Monday in May and
November; W. S. Bearden, Chancellor;
J. C. Biles, Clerk.
CIRCUIT Sits 2d Monday in January,
May, and September; M.D. Smallmac,
Judge; W. V. Whitson, Attornev-Ueneral;
I. W.Smith, Clem.
COUNTY Sits by quorum 1st Monday in
everv month; full court every quarter:
F. M. Womack, Fsq., Chairman; X. 1',.
) VTIIER COUNTY OFFICIALS-I. L
'J Rh iv, Sheriff; W. W. Mullican, Regis
rer; Win G. Kttei, Trustee and Tax Col
lector; .T0I1 11 F. St. John, Tax Assessser;
). F. I truster. Ranger; I. L. Rheiiy,
failer; W. N. Miti-hell.CountySuperintend-eutof
fUNICIPALOFFICERS-Mayor, D. B.
4YL -'arson; Aldermen, W. S. Lively, W.
II. -a.'iir, W. C. Arledtre, G. W. Hoode'npyl,
John B tiiles, A. II. Faulkner. .Street
Committee, G. W. Iloodenpvl, W. H. Sugar,
J. B. Biles.
-Warren No. 125 1st Thursday
ight in every month, in their hull over
the court room. J. G. McGlire, W. M.
nOYAL ARCH CIIAPTF.R-3r Thurday
l uightiu everv mouth.
W. W. Faikuanks, H. P.
17 & A. M.
L1 . nis
A society has been' formed by the
women of Asheville, N. C, which
proposes to take action on the ser
vant-girl questiou, and promises to
abate some of the nuisances connec
ted with that proliGc branch of in
uustry. A housekeeper's union
was lormed which will un
dertake to secure good servants,
none other being recommended by
them, and to fix a uniform schedule
of wages. The idea will
Ayer's Pills are constantly advanc
ing in the estimation of those who
use them. They improve the appe
tite, promote digestion, restore
healthy action, and regulate every
function. They are pleasant to take.
gentle in their operation, and power
ful in subduing disease.
Answer This Question.
Vhyao80 many people we see
around us seem to prefer to suffer and
be made miserable by Indigestion,
Twelve o'clock in Washington
marks the close of the working-day
for Congressional committees and the
bear im- hour of morning prayer. and begin
ning of the day for Congress. The
Congressional assembly always be
gins at noon, and expires at noon.
All committees cease to act as com
mittees at the stroke of twelve, and
except by some special regulation,
any action taken by the committee
T .riea nf A n,
ready to refund the purchase price, if detite Coming Up of the Food, Yel
saiisiaciorv results uo nor 10 low ineir t.. n , ,.-ii
use. These remedies have won their ePn thm shiinh'a s,.f.m v.tai..r fter that hour is not binding. The 1vL ,,,.
ttnnnlni.4iT .in ril 1, Mi m a I ... . .... ' I 1 . . . t 1 ,.1 ! . i 1 . L I
trert Munlolnnn Who Have Grown Kiel.
In Kel Kitate Iloom.
Several weeks ago two plainly dressed
middle-aged women appeared on the
streets here as mendicants. Both had
accordeons, from which they pumped
the most doleful specimons of harmony
imaginable, and to the accompaniment
they sang in high, cracked voices. With
characteristic American careless gener
osity, the crowds contributed mcklos
and pennies by scores and tho women
reapod a liberal harvest.
Among the hundreds who saw the
women hero was a lady who recognized
them. "I have seen them in New York,
in Portland, Ore., and in Salt Lake
City," she said. "They go to Salt Lake
City every year to look after valuable
property they have there. The truth is,
I am told, they are wealthy. They
javed several thousand dollars from
their street earnings and invested the
sum in real estate in Salt Lake City.
Then tho boom camo on there and in a
few months tho women were rich. Now
they have valuable investments in vari
ous cities, and their business judgment
seems excellent. The groat bulk of
their wealth is in Utah, howevor, and
their property there is growing more
great popularity purely - on their
merits. For sale by Ititchey & Bostick
guaranteed to cure
Yv. II. Heming.
them. Sold by
Travelers may learn a lesson from
Mr. C. I). Cone, a prominent attor
ney of Parker, Dakota, who says
"I never leave home without taking
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi
era anu inarrlnea llemedy with me,
and on many occasions havb ran
with it to the relief of some sufferers
and have never known it to fail.
For sale by Ititchey A Bostick.
tv rovR hack achkh
Or you ore all worn out, really rocI for nhililny
It ir FtMicrul iii-1-ii'tv. Trv
JlUOWys 1H1) li ITT Kits.
It will cure yon, ami wive a enl appelate. Sold
ty all ilcalerc in lnt dii Uie.
Why suffer? Preston's "Iled-Ake"
will cure you.
Preston's "Iled-Ake" is a specfic
hour of twelve being so important,
the Capitol is abundantly supplied
with clocks, numbering nearly one
thousand in all.
Unction's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Pvhcum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap
ped Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles, or r.o pay required.-' It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
money reefundod. Price 'J.', cents per
box. l or sale by Kitchey V Bostick,
Worm medicine ! The very name
puts a bad taste in a child's mouth,
unless her mother has been kind and
given her Dr. Bull's Worm Destroy
ers. These little candies taste good.
If you have headache try Preston's
I no llrown'a Iron Itktrrn.
Physicians r-voinmeinl it.
A'.l ilf'lilors koi-p it. is-r l-ott;.-. ;. .:!!. i:
has mule-mark mid eros-ed red lines on w rn:ri.
'The women like their old profession
of harping to the public, and stick to it
as industriously as ever. They make a
surprisingly largo incomo from it and
Bave a great deal every year, which goes
to swell their investments. Tho possi
bility of these women following mendi
cancy as a profession, and prospering at
it, is a striking comment on the vn
thinking, unquestioning generosity of
the American people." Indianapolis
Dr. Acker's English Tills.
Arc active, effective and pure. For
sick headache, disordered stomach
loss of appetite, bad complexion and
biliousness, they have never been
oqualed, either in America or abrod,
Hold by W. II. Fleming. 1
IO. O. F. McMinnville, No. 146;every
. Tuesday night, in their hall over Worn
ack & Colville's store.
I. N. Marsh, N. G.
L I GARTNKU, Secretary.
Rebekah Degree, meets First Thursday
night in each month.
Mrs. W. S. Liykly.N. G.
Mrs. J. II. Shekkii.i., becretarj .
KNIGHTS OF IIOiNOR-Mountain City,
No. 140; meets in Masonic hall 2d and
ith Monday nightsin every month.
Taos. Black, itep. u. w . litvirrAis.D.
KNIGHTS AND LADY'S HONOR 2nd
and 4thThursday nights in every month
S. T. Livkly, P.
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I.lve-Slock A Dairying,
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paid to-tlie Prospects of the Crops, as throw
ing light upon one of the most nnportnnt of
all ouestions IJ7irt to Buy and U hrn to
Sell. It is liberally Illuttrated, and by Re
cent Enlargement, contains more reading
matter than ever before. The Subscription
Price is $2.50 per vear, but we oiler a special
REDUCTION in our
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