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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE SATURDAY, SEPT-5, 189I.
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TERRY r.VF'Q CO., nashyiiiejenn.
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remote from Washington.
beud model, drawing or photo., with descrip
tion. We advise. If patentable or not, free of
charge. Our fee not due till patent la scoured,
A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patent," with
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town, sent free. Address,
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THE OLD KELT ABLE.
Little Rock & Memphis
ARKANSAS, lEXAS ad CALIP01IA
Shortest, Quickest and Best Route
TO AND FROM A Lb POINTS IN
Arkansas, Texas and California.
SOLID . WXiJClTS.
Parlor Conches, Pullman Reclining
Chair and BuflW Sleeping Cars, Run
Memphis and Texarkana, via Brink
ley and Cotton Belt Route.
DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS between LIT.
TLE ROCK and MEMPHIS, making close
connection at Memphis with daily line of
To New York
Via LOUISVILLE and CINCINNATI, and
with Through Pullman Sleepers to
WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK
Via CHATTANOOGA aud BRISTOL.
Woodruff a Pullman .'Buffet Sleeping
Cars on all night trains between Mem
phis ml Little Rock.
SHORte; ND QUICKEST ROUTE
from all South-eastern points to the cele
brated Hot Springs of Arkansas,
The World's Groat Sanitarium.
Excursion Tickets 011 Sale the
For further information addrei,
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II. . HOItltl.SO.Y
Gen; Freight and Ticket Agent,
Littlk Rock, Ark
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East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia Ry.
NEW TIME TO FLORIDA.
3 Dally Trains.
CHATTANOOGA TO ATLANTA.
Oct. IW, 1MUO.
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Lv. Union Station . 11.00 p.m. u.55 p.m. 7. to A.m. 5.00 p.m.
Lv, CcntMl Station. 11.15 p.m. 1.05 p.m. 7.30 A.m
Ar. Dilmn t.m. 130 p.m. S. 41 a.m. 7.96p.m.
Ar. RoMli 8.05 A.m. 3.50 p.m. 11.105 A.m. 8.50 p.m.
r. ATLANTA.. 515 A.m. 6.45p.m. t.lop.m
Lv. Atlanta .... 5 Jo a.m. 7.00 p m .
Ar. Marnn . . . , 8.50 A.m. io.io p.m
Ar. tl-SUP. . . . 1.4a p.m. 3.50 A.m
(3. r. & W. By.)
Lv. hum t 5jp.u1. 4.00 A m
Ar. WaVCROSS .. 4 p m. 5 15 A.m
Ar. JACK VILLB . 7-35 P ". S.joA.m.
H. T. V. G. Ry.)
Lv iksup .... 3.00 p.m. 410 A.m
Ar. ll-unswick . . . 5.00 p.m. 6.10 A.m.
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..v. ihsup .... j.iop.m. c.o a.m
W Sivannah . . . 7.50 p.m. P. 40 A.m
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. 1'AYCROSS 10.00 A. 1
Vm isville 1.48 p.m
KtiMT 4.00p.m. 11. 10 A.m. 8.55p.m.
i .rlti'ti . . , P 5.10p.m. ia.iap.ro. 9.40p.m.
-' ''IniMnr 6.06 p.m. 12.41 p.m. 10.10 p.m.
''''"I 6.47 pm. 1.08 p.m. ion p.m.
v fll!,,,i I 7.11p.m. i.i5pmjio.5op.m.
;i.iriiA 1 6.48p.m. i.fop.m. 11.4fap.rn.
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' ..I...IA. . . . . 6,.op.m. 3.35 A.m.
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' M'. -rr.on . . . . . :i2 43Am. 8.45a.m.
r. M.lltn.h ... I I j.roa.m. lo.ooA.m.
THROUGH CAR ARRANGEMENTS.
N. 6 rarriM Pullinan Bjffet Slttpin? Cr Cincinnati to
N i 11 arries Pullman IlufTct Sleeping Car ," Chattanooga It
ij. nrriM Pullman rtntTrt Slfrtiin? rar Chafanooa K
., i:i.l Puliman Coniiariniciii Cjr Atlanta to l)r-n,:.k
B. W. WREKN,
General Tass. it Tkt. Afc
Got. Buchanan's Position.
Referring to the Knoxville Trib
une's suggestion that Gov. Buchanan
will find himself in an embarrassing
posltiou "between sheol and the iron
works" if he undertakes to abide by
the will of the majority of Alliance
men, the Chattanooga Times Bays:
"The'very convention of the Tennes
see Alliance, addressed by the Gov
ernor, swallowed the Ocala demand,
sub-treasury and all, without a gulp
or wry face. Therefore, the Govern
or is fully 'committed,' etc."
The Times is evidently right. If
the Governor's remarks to the State
Alliance Convention were sincere
and we presume none will doubt his
sincerity he very frankly commit
ted himself to the Ocala platform.
On the morning of August 12th
Gov. Buchanan was present at the
meeting of the State Alliance, and in
answer to a call for a speech he ad
dressed the delegates briefly. He re
ferred to his pleasant affiliation and
identification with the order, and
said he thought it was the duty of
the order to demand such national
legislation as would give the people
relief. He said all members should
stand by the majority of the order.
The minority should acquiese in the
decision of the majority. He said all
questions should be settled within
the councils of the order, and that no
differences should be carried outside
of the order. The Governor was
heartily applauded by the conven
tion. . The Governor was in the secret
conclave of the State Alliance as an
Allianceman, for none other could
enter. As an ex-President of the or
der and as an Allianceman who had
been honored conspicuously, he ad
vised the members to abide by the
decision of the majority of the order.
It follows therefore, that he, as an
Allianceman, is also pledged to abide
by the action of the majority ot the
representative convention of the Al
liance. What did the majority do? Not
only by a majority vote, but by a
practically unanimous vote, the state
Alliance severely condemned the
American's assault on President Mc
Dowell, declared their abiding
confidence iu McDowell and en
thusiastically endorsed and ap
proved the platform of political de
mands. If the Governor was honest
in giving his advice to his brethren
of the mystic political order, and
those who know him cannot doubt
that lie whs honest, be supports the
notion of the majority of his brethren.
An old physician, retired from
practice, having had placed in his
hands by an East India missionary
the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy for the speedy and perma
nent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis,
Catarrh, Asthma and all threat and
Lung Affections, also a positive and
radical cure for Nervous Debility and
all Nervous Complaints, after having
tested its wonderful curative powers
in thousands of cases, has felt it his
duty to make it known to his suffer
ing fellows. Actuated by this motive
and a desire to relieve human suffer
ing, I will send free of charge, to all
who desire it, thin recipe, in German,
French or English, with full direc
tions for preparing and using. Sent
by mail by addressing with stamp,
naming this paper, W. A. Noykh,
820 Powers' Block, Rochester, N. Y.
Signs of a Severe Winter.
We are going to have an extremely
hard winter, according to the signs of
t x n -. i i
uoumy surveyor c?nenon, wno is
just in from Humphreys county,
where he has been engaged in the
woods for the past two weeks, sur
veying large bodies of land, and ob
served that never failing sign which
indicates a cold winter the hornets'
A- 1 T t.
nests. lie says ne never saw so
many in his life, and they all with
out a single exception hang low to
the ground, none higher than two
feet, and are all built in the hollows
on the south hill side, so the fcwind
canuot strike them from either the
north, east or west. The hornet's
nest says Mr. Shelton, is an invaria
ble indication of the winter. When
they build high from the ground, in
the trees and bushes, ;the indication
favors a mild, pleasant winter
A Safe Investment.
Is one which is guaranteed to bring
you satisfactory results, or in case of
failure a return of purchase price. On
tins s;ue p:an you can miy irom our
I advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr
King's New Discovery forConsunm
tion. It is guaranteed to bring relief
in every ease, when used for any
. direction (if Throat, Lungs or Chest.
such as Consumption, Intlaination of
it B ulmln-f anil ia an iiiiallillo Lilly's. Bronchitis, Asthma, W hoop-
5 E Pa V V,,,'fn.r,,, I'ncci-i. i'v in.; Cough, Croup, to., etc. It it
, J d B5lriTPwiirt-vs"A.Ki.s: . plea.mt and ngreealiie to taste, per,
KS i3 Vu JjX SIM, New Vorls cuy. t'ectlv -if. ami nm always he dr-
"OrossuV th Divid."
Bill raised himself tremblingly
upon his arm and looked at me with
a strange pallor gathering in his face.
was alarmed aud tried to persuade
him to lie down. But he would not
and remained in his upright posture,
resting against me forsupport.
"Ralph," he said in a hoarse whis
per, '.'do you remember the time we
crossed the divide together and went
to prospectin' on the slope?"
"Yes, Bill," I answered soothingly,
"but we'll talk about that some other
time. You must be quiet now."
"I can't be quiet, Ralph. I'm run-
nin' down I can't last long an' I
must speak. Ralph!"
"We had a hard tussle when we
crossed the divide, didn't we?"
"It was a rough trip, Bill." .
"But we kept cheerin' each other
on by talkin' about the Golden Gate
an' the yeller dust we was goin' to
git didn't we?'.'
"We were goin' to become rich in
a few months, Ralph, but that was
thirty year ago, an' here we are in
the same old rut."
I did not speak and Bill continued :
"An' the Golden Gate there
wasn't much sparkle about that, was
"Only rocks, Bill."
Then Bill was silent, nis head
fell on his breast and I was about to
lay him down when he roused up
"Ralph, old friend, am I goin' to
find any gold across the divide?"
I could not answer him. My heart
was full and I turned from his plead
"'Cause I can see the white tops of
the mountains," he went on shading
his eyes with one trembling hand and
looking up at the dark rafters, "an'
they're harder range than the Rock
ies, Ralph," he shivered. "There's a
cold wind comes down from the
snow an' Ice on their tops an' it
makes me cold. Let me lie- down,
Ralph, an' cover me up. There
thank you, old boy. I'm afraid," he
added after a pause, "that ray life
ain't been right I'm afraid I shan't
find anythin' but rocks when I get
over there. No Golden Gate," he
mused wearily, as his eyes closed,
"only rocks rocks."
And I wept beside him and lived
an nge in the hours of , that night.
And when the sun came and threw
his beams over the lonely mountains,
my comrade had gone. He had
"crossed the divide."
Dr. Fenner's Cough Honey will re
lieve any cough in one hour. Equal
ly gi od for horses. Gives energy and
strength. Money refunded if satis
faction not given. For sale by J. D.
Tate & Co.
The annual reunion of the Tennes
see Division, Confederate Association,
will be held at Winchester, Sept.
1R. ACKER'S ENGLISH PILLS.
Are active, effective and pure. For
sick headache, disordered stomach,
loss of appetite, bad complexion and
biliousneas, they have never been
equaled, either in America or abroad.
For pale by W. H. Fleming. 2.
Gov. Page of Vermont, has noti
fied Secretary of War Proctor that
he will appoint him as United States
Senator to succeed the Hon. C. F.
One hundred and fifty (150) worms
from two doses of Dr. Fenner's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup. See his circular
Money refunded if satisfaction not
given. For sale by J. D. TateA Co.
A new military company has been
organized at Trenton, and will be
known as the Norman Rifles.
Dr. tenner's Kidney and Back
nche Cure is warranted to give satis
faction in every case or money re
turned. For sale by J. D. Tate & Co.
The manufacturer's building at the
World's Fair will cover forty acres of
til BESTS THE LATEST IPJIQVED
With Non-Friction Cotton Kox and i.lnter Attach
ment, New Automatic Apron Feeder and Cnlifne'.
Condenser. Kuna rrrjr liirht. Gin Part. Mkm
Klue Sample. Two Brimh llxlis on nil Uliu, liiNtirlni,
Steady Motlou. No ClnkluK, no lneukliiK the lioU
Patent flange Brown Ktlckis kceplnu the Sawn riee
und Clean when Ulnninic HHitip m-eil Cotton. Kvrry
Machine Pullr Unarantrtd. lull . red Kit IkM
Vrr Ht the following PrltrcK: Glim, (to per naw.
Feeders, $1.00 per saw Condenser, 1.00 per saw.
We atfi mnnufnrturt Gnwt, Kihi nnd other mrttvriiili or r;iii(r.
1110 Mini of other maker; at nrmtly rrxiunJ vrtca.
THE BROWN COTTON CIN CO., New London. Conn.
T Het next lauua of thta paper, "at
Do Not Fml to Visit tub Mammoth
of FRANK G1VENS. 228 N. COLLEGE St,
Where you will wee displayed the handsomest stock of Bedroom Suits, Parlor 8eU. Ward
robea, Side Boards, Ilat Racks, Chiffoniers, Book Cases, Desks, Folding Beds, Sofa
Lounges, Extension Tables, and every article kept in a first class Furniture House
at Price, lower than can be found elsewhere, and every article warranted to ,
" JUJ rPrse;nte1' Special inducements offered to merchants. '
MB. A. M. ST. JOHN has permanently connected himself with us. and will
be glad to see all bis friends and will take great pleasure in waiting on them
and showing them that he can make it to their inserest to see our goods and
get our peices. All mail orders will receive the most promptand careful attention.
No. 228 N. College St.; - Nashville, Tenn.
The Peoples national Bank of McMinnville
AUTHORIZED DEPOSITORY OF STATE FUNDS.
CAPITAL, - - $55,000.00.
J. F. MORFORD, 8. L. COLVILLE,
J. C. BILES, J. C. M. ROSS.
W! C. WOMACR. J. A. ROSS.
harmless Pre stem'
An hour spent in thinking out the
best plan to accomplish a certain
piece of work, is worth a whole day
in the use of blind muscle to execute
the same work.
Cure's in fifteen minutes; Preston's
vSiitiMTil.i' for ii.,. .S.ANDAIID.
pp '' ! .'i. ThkI I'ottk's lice
liilciiey it lloftitk's Drugstore.
Xeuraltjii'. IV rsons
I And thotc tnmWrd with wrvoiwnoM resulting
from rare or overwork will l.e iclieved by tukinjj
I lirotrn's Jrnn J'.itfers. Genuine
! bas trade r.-.ar'.aiitir.-i.-M-l ml lin..son wrapt ier.
1 i Sure cure-Preston's "Hed-Ake."
J. F. MORFORD President.
J. C. BILES .Vice President.
FRANK COLVILLE Cashier.
C. M. MORFORD, Assistant Cashier.
Does a General Banking Business, Deposits Solicited
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T -".""- iMniDVDiraaarNMNirunrnlA
. AU pUL hi p.binl boiM, pink wrwm, m 4unraA Msaterfrlt A( Dnugtaa. ot An4
1!l52I".,,,n". !LJZ?r- CMICHMTM ChcMICAL Co., .n"o.!a7.i
BolA ht (01 Ual VrastrUt.
FOR MAN OR BEAST
LAME BtfrtPfWN; Etc. . , eA110
TiiiiiawH n naiisri-ti'a"'"--- m
While You Wait,"
evert WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF
- THAT CAN BE RELIED ON
isrot to omit.
Not to Discolors
BEARS THIS MARK.
KEEDS LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT.
THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF
COLLAR IN THE MARKET.
ASTHMA. ASTHMA is
is caused by a specific poison in
the blood (often hereditary),
SMOKE of Leaves,
Barks, Saturated Paper,
and Pastiles WILL
ELIMINATES and DESTROYS the
or months of treatment, nor anv clao-tran or nonsense rcKortpd to.
one suflering from Asthma to TRY A FEW DOSES of Asthmalene.
No long list of
We only ask any
g 3rom fftiA Herriofe MaPaaly.
df-bbNJJ us your name on a postal card and we will mail . fj ?
enough of Dr. Taft's Asthmalene to show its power over the dis- i I"
case, stop the spasms and give a good night's rest, and prov8 to VOU M I
fno matter how bad vour easel that AtTUP.l! CWC P.hti r.HDC U U I
ASTHMA) and you need no longer neglect your business or sit in a chair all night
gasping for breath for fear of suffocation. Send us vour full name and post-office
address on a postal card. THE DR, TAFT BROS., MEDICINE CO., ROCHESTER, N. Y.