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SOUTHERN STANDARD --MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, OCT. 10, isoi.
A Household Remedy J
FOR ALL V.
BLOOD and SKIN$
Botanic Blood Balm
UPuroe SCROFULA, ULCERS, SALT
lUrCS RHEUM. ECZEMA, every
form ol malignant SKIN ERUPTION, be- ()
ciues Being emcacious in lonmg up me a
vvfm ami .Astn.lnn lh mnfttltntlnn
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when Impaired from my cause. Its
almost supernatural healing properties
Justify us In guaranteeing a cure, II A
directions art followed. 1
VtN I rfith "Hook of W uutli r.." $
0 BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga. t?
8imi(t little fort tines have been made at
tvuik lor lis, by Am if. I'nar. Austin,
I . and ,1 no. lionn. luleuo, Ohio,
it. Olhcrtnretlninfraawetl. " hy
iL- 7C ' Jt yu- t'n work In pare lima
f' iw-M f all Mm lime. ItlfT nionry fur work-
, , tfjf' esa. Failure unknown among them,
ViWL- M .W ml wnntUrful. I'arll. ulur-free.
IJ.Uullrlt A: Co..Uox WPOl'oi tluuti.Muluo
Timo Table McK & M B B
Lv. Kparta 10 50 am. 3 05 am.
" Doyle 1120 am. 3 35 am.
" Holders 1145 am. 3 54 am.
" Walling 11 55 am. 4 02 am,
" Rock Island 12 05 pm. 4 10 am,
" Rowland 12 45 pm. 4 35 am.
" McMinnville 115 pm. 5 05 am.
" Smartt 1 45 pin. 5 25 am.
" Morrison 2 10 pra. 5 45 am
" Summitville 2 35 pm. 605am.
" Manchester 3 15 pm. (J 30 am,
At. Tullahoma 4 15 pn. 7 20 am.
U. Tullahoma 10 00 am. " 5 30 am
" Manchester 10 45 am. 6 30 am.
" Sutniuitville 1115 am. 7 00 am,
' Morrison 11 35 am. 7 25 am
" Smartt 11 65 am. 7 50 am.
" McMinnville 1215 pm. 815 am,
" Rowland 12 45 pm. 8 60 am,
" Rock Island 105 pm. 9 15 am.
.. Walline 113 pm. 9 25 am
' Holder 1 21 pm. 9 35 am,
Doyle 1 40 pm. 9 55 am
Ar. Sparta 2 05 pm. 1025 am
Passenger trains pass Tullahoma going
south 9 53 a in, 10 24 p m and 5 5o p m ; go-
ing north, 4 32 p in, 2 58 a ni, 7 Si a m.
f ullahoma to McMinnville Arrives 12:10 p.
in.: leaves 5:20 a. m., daily except Sundays.
McMinnville to Sparta Arrives 6:30 a.m.;
leaves 12:00 p.m.; uauy except Sundays.
Through mail to and from beyond Tulla-
homa, arrives 8.00 a. m., leaves, 12.00 m.
Beersheba SDrines Arrives v.m p.m
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; leavea
6:00 a. in., same days.
Smithville (route No.l9355)-arrlves 12:00
tu., Mondays, Wednesdays ana Saturdays;
leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
Woodbury Arrives 12 m., Wednesdays
and Saturdays; leaves l:uu p.m., same aays.
Horse Shoe Falls Arrivesl2:00 m., "Wed
nesdays and Fridays; leaves 2:00 p. ni.,
Methodist Ilev. J. T. Curry, pastor;
Preaching every Sunday morning aud
(light. Sunday-school ut 9:30 a. in. Pray
er meeting every Wednesday night.
Presbyterian Rev. J. D. Murray, pastor;
Preachiug every Sunday morning and night;
Suuduv-scnool utyiou a. in.
Christian Services every Sunday morn
ing and at nignt. rrayer raecung every
Wednesday night. Sunday-school at 9
Cumberland Presbyterian Dr. O. T.
Stainbackpastor;servicesevery Sunday and
at mgui; prayermeeiing weuueauay uignt.
Sunday-scnooi 9.JU a. m.
iia 11181 ur. A. V. i nun . a, jm'ur.
T. 1 TA Tit. Hi! I I
Preaching every Sundav morning and
night. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
night. Sunday school u:au a. m.
nuAJSCii;UY-sits4U Monday -in juayand
y woTemoer; w.B.Bearaen.i.nanceiiorj
J. C. Biles, Clerk.
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.Tudire: W. V. Whitson. Attornev-Genernl.
I. W. Smith, UerE
COUNTY Sits by quorum 1st Monday in
every month; full court every quarter;
f . M. Woniack, Lsq., Chairman : A. R,
OTHER COUNTY OFFICIALS I. I
Rheay, Sheriff: W. W. Mullican, Regis
ter: Wm. G. Kttci, Trustee and Tax Col
lector; John F. St. John, Tax Assessser;
O. F. Kruster, Ranger; I. L. Rheay,
Jailer; W. H. Mitchell, CountySupenntend
ent ot ruDiic instruction.
MUNICIPAL OFFICERS-Mavor, W.
xT C. Womack, Aldermen, Geo. W. Hood
enpyl, John R. iiiles, I. W. Smith, J. E
Jones, Thos. Black, C. II. Seales; Recorder,
1. w. mltll: Treasurer, J. 1:. Jones; Mar
shal, II. P. Maxwell.
F& A, M. Wnrren No. 125 1st Thursday
. night in every month, in their hall over
the court room. J. G. MoGnr.K, W. M.
ROYAL Alien CHAPTER 3r Thurdny
nightin every month.
W. W. Fairbanks, n. P.
r O. O. F. McMinnville, No. 146;every
L. luesuny nignt, in their hall over Worn,
ack & Colvule s store.
T. S. AntEDGE, N. G
s. T. Lively, Sec.
Kcbekah Degree, meets First Thursday
uigni in earn mnnin.
Mrs. W. S. Livf.lv, N. O,
Mrs. J. II. Shkrrill, Secretary.
I7XIGIITS OFHONOR-Monntnin City,
IV. No. 140; meets in Masonic hall 2d and
ith Momlaynightsin every month.
TUOS. lil.ACK.Ut'p. W. G. RRITTAIX.D.
rNIGIITS AND LADY'S HONOR-2nl
IV anl li!i Iluir l.iy mgliis in everv month
T TT&r .'V1'1 v"u- r over ft
I . ; luoiiili. Vou i Bii do the Work tnd l(v
tAw "fv'111 w herever you ere. Kven be-
& V pinner are rmilv enrnltiir from 1 5 to
9 J M ...... U'..k hnM
iS. T. I.1V11LV, P.
"The Fathers JKave
TulniHe, in New York Observer.'
There is such h tiling us good blood,
und there is such h thing as bad
blood. There are families that have
had a moral twist in them for a hun
dred years buck.. They have not
been careful to keen the family
record in that regard. There have
been escapades and marauderingsand
scounderelisms and moral deficits all
the way back, whether yon call it
kleptomania, or promania, or pyro
mania, or dipsomania, or whether it
be in a milder form and amount to
no mania at all. The strong proba
bility is that the present' criminal
started life with nerve, muscle and
bone contaminated. As some start
life with a natural tendency to
nobility and generosity and kindness
and truthfulness, there are others
who start life with just the opposite
tendency, and they are born liars, or
born malcontents, or born outlaws,
or born swindlers. In this country
we are taught by the Declaration of
American Independence that all
people are born equal. There never
was a greater misrepresentation
put in one sentence than
in that sentence which implies
that we are all born equal. You may
as well say that nowers are born
equal, or trees are born equal, or ani
mals are bom equal. Why does one
horse cost $100, and another horse
cost $5,000 ?. Why does one sheep
cost $10, and another sheep cost $500?
Difference in blood. We are all wise
enough to recognize the difference
of blood in horses, in cattle, in sheep,
but we are not wise enough to make
allowance for the difference in hu
man blood. Now I demand, by the
law of human fairness, that you be
more lenient in your criticism of
those who wefe born wrong, in whose
ancestral line there was a hangman's
knot, or who came from a tree the
fruit of which for centuries has been
gnarled and worm eaten.
A Little Girl's Experience in a Light
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Treseott are
keepers of the Government Light
house at band Iseach, Michigan, and
are blessed with a daughter, four
years old. Last April she was taken
down with a dreadful Cough and
turning into a fever. Doctors at home
and at Detroit treated her. but in
van 8ne grew worge rapidly, until
she Wflg g mpfe ..hanjrulrof bones."
Then she tried Dr. King's New Dis
covery and after the use of two and a
half bottles, was complely cured.
They say Dr. King's New Discovery
is worth its weight in gold, yet you
may get a trial bottle free at Ritchey
& uosuck's Drug btore. u.
Honey in the Goddess' Head.
The St. Louis Republic. Says
Officer Musgrove, otthe capitol po
ice at Austin, Texas, lately ascended
to the dome of the granite capitol at
that city to inspect the swarm of bees
which had settled in the nostrils of
the statue of the Uoddess of Liberty
The figure is seventeen feet high and
surmounts the dome, which is over
300 feet'high. Officer Musgrove says
there are probably several barrels of
honey in the bronze head of the god
THE FIKST SYMPTOMS OF DEATH
qiirIW f! rll l,Q,1V,0 5o
. . 1
'n various parts of the body, Sinking
m mo pn ui uib oiumauu, ius8,ui ap-
peine, levensnness, pimpies or sores
are all positive evidence of piosoned
blood. No matter how it, hpramfi
poisoned it must be purified to avoid
death. Dr. Acker's English Dlood
vi.-t. u.,a si.i
JillA" IWO 11CVCI IOIICU ICUJUVO
scrofulous or syphilitic poison. Sold
uu" rol""'l5'""'-n x vi naio
urirloi n rroitlTO miarantna ni oala
OW V. II. Fleming. 4
A day of rest. Sunday School Su
perintendent "Can any of you tel
me why Sunday is calledHhe day of
rest?" Little Dick (holding up his
hand) UI kin. It's 'cause we get up
early and hurry through breakfas'
's to dress? in time fer Sunday
School so we won't be late, and then
skip inter church 'lor the bell stops
ringin', and then go home to dinner
and get fixed up for afternoon service,
and then get supper an' go to bed so
pa and ma can get ready for evening
service. That's all we do. Street
Smith's Good News.
you wait Preston
Chamberlain's Eye and
A certain euro for Chronic Soro Eyes,
Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Read, Old
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairio -Scratches, Soro Nipples
una riles. It is cooling and soothing,
Hundreds of cases have been cured by
it after all other treatment had failed.
It i3 put up in 23 and 50 cent boxes.
For Sale By Ritchey it Uostick
Preston s "Iled-Ake" N n spectic
ni SISESS AND INDUSTRIAL.
Aluminum is $1 pound.
Humboldt, Term., has the biggest spoko
The last cotton crop amounted to 8,313,
It takes CO firemen on the steamship
City of Paris. .
A hotel will be erected on Pike's Peak
14,200 feet high.
A seat in the New Y -rk Stock Exchange
Is worth about $25,000.
Philadelphia leads the country in the
manufacture of quinine.
New York cigarmakers have won
nearly 100 strikes in a year.
The German idea makes every man
who fells a tree plant a sapling.
Oleo manufacturers at Chattanooga
have combined to raise the price.
The American railways employ 80,000
locomotives and l,73o,000 freight cars. .
Young women employed at the Brit
ish Museum receive Id per folio for copy
ing. A 9,800 foot tunnel drains a subter
ranean lake in the Centralia, Pa., coal
A new spool factory in the town of
Alpena, Mich., turns out 80,000 spools
The United States consumes more tin
plate than all the rest of the world com
Henry C. Byers, of Jackson county,
Ind., is setting out 60,000 hills of nutmeg
The number of passengers carried by
all the railroads in the world averages
6,500,000 a day.
England produces nearly all the 502,000
tons of tin plate per year, and this coun
try imports 369,000 tons.
The government of France has prohib
ited the employment of engineers and
etokers over 12 hours a day.
There is a pig at Junction City, Kan.,
which weighed 1,532 pounds. It is be
lieved to be the largest in the world.
A Texas shingle mill recently sold 60,
000,000 shingles to one concern, the larg
est sale of shingles over made in Texas.
In a Newark waist factory there are
bath rooms, and each employee is allowed
30 minutes for ablution. Meals are served
at actual cost.
The time is coming in which the man
who earns bis bread by the sweat of his
brow need not work very hard in order to
doit. Richmond Recorder.
Miss Amanda T. Jones, of Chicago, is
president of the Woman's Canning and
Preserving Company, which is said to
have a capital of $1,000,000.
A New York German Typographical
Union has fixed the wages for setting the
chirography of a certain editor at 25 cents
a thousand above the usual price.
The inhabitants of Rhode Island seem
to be putting aside a little sum for the in
evitable rainy day. In that State they
have $470 per capita in the savings
banks. . .
The output of North Carolina pine dur
ng this year is expected to be about 500,-
1)00,000 feet, worth $6,000,000, besides
300,000,000 feet of cedar, poplar, cypress,
holly, ash, and gum, worth about $4,
According to the Boston Transcript,
the production of paper in the entire
world is estimated to be 3,000,000,000
pounds per year. There are 834 paper
mills and 1,106 paper machines in this
Nearly 20.000 newspapers are printed
in the United States and Canada ; enough,
it would seem, to keep the population out
of mischief. The division bettveen tho
States isn't exactly lair, though; New
York has 1,958 papers and Alaska just
Between 60,000,000,000 and 100,000
000,000 codfishes are taken from the se;
around the shores of Newfoundland
every year. But even that quantity
seems small when we consider that a
single cod yields something like 3,500,000
eggs each year and that over 8,000,000,
000 eggs have been found in the roe of a
single cod. A herring of six or seven
ounces in weight is provided with 80,-
000,000 ova. After making all reason
able allowances ior the destruction of
eggs and of the young, it has been cal
culated in three years a single pair of
herrings will produce 154,000,000.
Ed. Ilovre'i Philosophy,
A great many people get into the swim
who can t swim.
A flirtation ia a Bmile to-day, a cry to
morrow, and a blush every day there
The world never knew a man who was
better than his mother thought he was.
There are a thousand and one ways to
make money ; there is only one way to
When woman obeys man she is his de
light ; when man obeys woman he earns
Before offending a man it will be well
to remember that enemies have wonder
fully good memories.
If it gags a man to kiss a man, why
does it not gag a woman to kiss a man?
Women are much nicer than men.
A woman never appreciates until sho
gets sick how much greater her mother's
love for her was than her husband's.
Women know men better than men
know each other; probably for the rea
son that it w women who marry them
The nice thingHaman says to a woman
before ho marries her he is called upon to
prove every day after he is married.
A man can usually tell his own fate by
gping out aud looking at the weeds on
the grave of a friend who died a year ago,
Men, as a rule, are furiously jealous of
their wives. But there never was a man
who would admit that his wife had a
light to be jealous of him.
There are very few women in the world
who will not get up an hour earlier in the
morning to find something to cry about;
r.nd very few men w'.o will not get up
an hour earlier in the morning to find
Something to -swear at. Atchison Globe.
Canada's Growing Debt. .
New England Mngitine.
The rapid, Ihe startling growth of
the debt of Canada, which has in
creased from $78,'J0!),742 in 1870, to
$223,000,000 in 18!)0, with a pop
ulation almost at a standstill
and a stagnant trudf, has struck calm,
impartial observers with the idea
i iiai mere has Deen Rometlung wronir
the government of a peaceful
young state of enormous extent and
great natural resources. . Of course, a
arge portion of this debt was incur
red for the construction of railways,
improvements of canals, and simi
lar political and commercial works;
but the results or returns do not com-
ensate for the vastness of the new
debt, with Its oppressive load of in
terest. They freely comment upon
the fact that while the United States
have reduced their debt from $59 to
to $16.50 per head In twenty years,
Canada has run up hers from $21 to
Dr. Tenner's Cough Honey will re-
ieve any cough in one hour. Equal-
y gi od for horses, (lives energy and
Ntrength. Money refunded if satis
faction not given. For sale by J. D.
Tate & Co.
ART AITD ARTISTS.
Emile Renoufs big picture of the
Brooklyn Bridge ia said to be attracting
attention in the Paris Salon.
The Art Association of Indianapolis has
used the occasion of its eighth annual
exhibidon to urge the establishment of a
fund for the running of a permanent
Indiana School of Art
Mr. Parelli, a local artist in New Or
leans, has completed what is said to be
an admirable portrait . bust of Paul
Morphy, the great chess player, for the
Chess, Checkers, and Whist Club of the
At a recent art sale in Florence the so
called throne of Gluliano de Medici (a
sort f sofa, with a high back supported
by columns), carved by Baccio d Agnolo
in the sixteenth century, was sold to an
Englishman for $7,000.
Alma Tadema's popularity is now at
its height, and London picture buyers are
paying liberally for any of his produc
tions. Three of his Italian pieces were
in the S-nturce collection, and at tho
recent sale realized $37,250.
Upon the pedestal of the statue of the
late Hon. S. S. Cox, which has been paid
for by contributions from the letter
carriers of the different cities, appear the
names of the cities subscribing, in which
Boston appears second only to New York.
The late Samuel Alexander Gerry, of
Boston, had won prominence as a painter
of landscapes and miniatures, and was
one of the founders of the Boston Art
Club. He passed 40 summers among tho
White Mountains, where he found sub
jects for many of his pictures.
The trustees of the Metropolitan
Museum of Art, New York city, have
voted to open the doors to the public
Sunday afternoons "until the further
or.lers of the Board." It is understood
that four trustees, Messrs. Daniel Hun
tington, William E. Dodge, Hiram
TTitehcock, and John Bigelow, voted no.
Little Clarence, who had often seen
his grandma's false teeth, happened one
day to notice the gold bows of her glasses
hooked over her cars to keep them from
falling off, and exclaimed," Oh, grandma j
are your ears false, too?"
Isn't one Sarsaparilla as good as
another? No! No I! No! 1 1
Don't think it. Don't for a moment
think it. If you want Bull's Sarsaparilla,
demand it and take no other. It contains
Ingredients that are not found in any other
sarsaparilla. These very incrcdients that
make it different from other sarsaparillas
aro me most important, in fact, essential
to its cuiative virte. Omit them and
Hull's Sarsanarilla would be as inert m
the many inferior preparations of sarsara-
nna iouna in many drug stores. Hull's
Sarsaparilla contains no unimportant in
gredient. Each ingredient used is chosen
for its beneficent effect upon tho human
Dr. JOHN BULL'S
system. Combined, they exert a harmo
nizing influence upon every function of
the body, improving digestion, strengthen
ing the liver and kidneys, cleansing the
blood of poisonous matter, soothing the
nervous system, enlivening the mental
faculties, und In a word, by infusine new
strength and life, completely rejuvenates
every part ana makes one leel altogether
like a new person.
Elmer Hodson, Alvaretto. Tex., writes:
"My strength and health had been failing
me for several years. My blood was in a
very impoverished condition and very im
pure. My limbs felt lame, rickety and
rheumatic, and I could not walk without
tottcrmg. I felt myself urowinc prema
turcly old, and my face began to look
pincnea and shrivelled. I suttcred con
siderable, was restless at night, very ner
vous, and growing very melancholy. My
eyes were soro and I had catarrh. I tried
many tomes, and bitters nnd blood puri
fiers, but failed to get better. I finally
IS THE BEST!
bought six bottles of Bull's Sarsaparilla,
and before I had used it nil I felt like
another man. My strength and health
improved, pimples and sores disappeared
from my person, aches and stiff joints left
me, and 1 consider myself a well person."
Rff"Thern Is no other rmfdy fo plpnsnnt
To inue find so sure in its rtlect ns Ur. hull s
orni Destroyers. Trice zo cents.
" There is one rhlll reni'dv whoso ef
fect Is n rerlnlntv. It has hern tested In
many thousand seven' enses and never
known to fnii. It ts called Smith's Tonic
l-yrup. lake no other.
Joiiv D. Pakk oc Soxh, Wltnh-tnh' Agcnis,
17. 177 and i ieamoro St., 'i:;eInriaU, OL
MADE EASY J
" Mothers' Friend " is a scientific
ally prepared Liniment, every ingre
dient of recognized value and in
constant use by the medical pro
frssion. These ingredients are com
bine! in ? manner hitherto unknown
WILL DO nil tnat is claimed for
it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor,
Lessens I'ain, Diminishes Danger to
Life of Mother and Child. Book
i.? " IdoTHEks "mailed l-'REE, con
' .'M::y valuable information and
.-mjiiI, 'i.ii.i, . ii ut price 41 M per bottle
BRAOF.C'.D hOtsurex CO.. Atlanta. 6a.
' 'I i' i'lti (Kii.sTS.
For the Ailments of
IN MAN Rheumltllm' Sprains, Bruises,
In I Iflll Swellings, Soreness, Stillness,
Sort Throat, Weak Back, Cramps, Corns,
Bunions, Wirts, Insect Bltet, Frost Bites,
Pains, Aches, Pains In the Back, Breast or
Side ; Wounds, Cuts, Hurts, etc.
IN RFAQT sPav,n- Spl'nt, Ringbone,
111 PLAJI scratches. Bruises, Wind
Galls, Strains, Swellings, Swlney, Soreness,
Stiffness, Harness and Saddle-hurts, Knots,
Ume Back, Stiff Joints, Pulls, etc.
No Stock Raiser Should Be "Without It.
SPURLOCK, REAL & CO., Props..
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tti he earn m1 al our NKW Hn of work,
rnjiidlv nnd lionornhly, ly thoM of
either ifx, yaiu.fr or old, ind in their
own lucalitipa.whertver thrjr live. Any
one ran do ih work. V.mmv to lt&rn.
W furniih avcry thing. We atari you. No rink. You can dtvote
your pftra momemi, or all your lime to the work. This la an
entirely new I cud, and brtnfre wonderful aucren to every worker.
BeRinnera are earning from 026 to M per week and upwards,
and more after a Utile einerience. We ran fumi'h you the em
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