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SOUTHERN STANDARD MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, NOV. "-, iku.
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Endorsed by the Leading Physicians, g
Itook to "Mathers" mailed FREE, g
3RADFEELD REGULATOR CO.
o ATLANTA, GA. t
5 GOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Timo Table McM & li S R
Lv. .Spuria 10 50 aiu. 3 45 am.
" Doyle 11 20 am. 4 15 am.
" . Holders U 45 am. 4 34 am.
" Walling 1155 am. 4 42 am.
" Rock Island 12 05 pm. 4 50 am.
" Rowland 12 45 pm. 5 15 am.
" McMinnville 115 pm. 5 45 am.
" Snmrtt 1 45 put. C 05 am.
" Morrison 2 10 pin. (i 25 am
" Summitville USnpin. 645 mn.
" Manchester 15 pin. 7 10 am.
,r. Tullahonia 4 15 pm. S 00 am.
Ly. Tullahonia 10 00 am. 5 15 am.
" Manchester 10 45 am. tl 15 am.
" Summitville 1115 am. (i 45 am.
' Morrison 1135 am. 7 10 am.
" Smartt U 55 am. 7 35 am.
' McMinuville 12 15 pm. 8 0i)nm.
" Rowland 12 45 pm. 8 35 am.
" Rock Island 1 05 pm. 0 00 am.
" Walling 1 13 pm. 0 10 am.
' Holder I. 1 21 pm. ! 20 am.
" Doyle I 40 pm. 9 40 am.
A r. Sparta 2 05 pm. 10 10 am.
Passenger trains pass Tullahonia going
south 9 53 a 111, 0:28 and 11:12 p. m; going
north, 3:23 and 8:11 a. 111., 4:44 p. 111.
iulhihonitt to McMinnville Arrives 12:10 p.
m.: leaves 5:20 a. m., daily except Sundays.
McMinuville to Sparta Arrives 5:30 A.m.;
leaves 12:00 p.m.; daily except Sundays.
Through mail to and from beyond Tulla
honia, arrives 8.00 a. 111., leaves, 12.00 m.
p.iralntia Sonnes Arrives 6:30 p.m.;
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; leaves
6:00 a. 111., same uays.
Smithville (route No.l9355)-arrlves 12:00
m., Mondays, Wednesdays ana saiuruHjn;
leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
Woodbury Arrives 12 ui., Wednesdays
and Saturdays ; leaves 1:00 p.m., same days
Horse Shoe Falls Arrives 12:00 m., "Wed
nesdays and Fridays; leaves 2:00 p. m
Methodist Rev. J. T. Curry, pastor;
PiHnchinir every Sunday morning and
night. Sunday-school at 9:U in. Pray
er meeting every Wednesday night.
Presbyterian Rev. J. D. Murray, pastor
. . 1 1 ! ..I. .
Preaching every sunuay monuug mm uigui,
prayer meeting every Wednesday night,
Sunday-school at 9:30 ft. m.
Christian Services every Sunday nioru
ing and at night. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday nieht. Sunda y-school at 9
( umhe rland Presbyterian Dr. O. T,
Stainhiink nastor.servicesevery Sunday and
at night; prayermeeting Wednesday night.
Sunday-school 9:30 a. m.
flautist Dr. A. D. Phillips, pastor.
Preaching every Sunday morning and
night. Prayer meeting every Weduesday
night. Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
nHANCERY Sits 4th Monday in May and
U 3rd Monday in November; W. S. Bear-
den, Chancellor; J. V. lines, werK.
CIRCUIT Sits 1st Thurday after Second
Monday in January and May, and 3rd
Monday in SeptemDer. 01. u. sraaiiman.
Judge; W. V. Whitaou, Attorney-General,
I. W. Smith, Clerk.
riOUNTir Sits by quorum 1st Monday in
U every month; lull court every quarter
F. M. Womaek, Esq., Chairman ;. A. R.
ATHER COUNTY OFFICIALS I. L
J Rheay, Sheriff; W. W. Mullican, Regis
tertWin. G. Ettcr, Trustee and Tax Col
lector: John F. St. John, Tax Assessser
O. F. Bruster, Ranger; I. L. Rheay,
Jailer; W. N. Mitchell, County Superintend
eut of Public Instruction.
A MUNICIPAL OFFICERS Mayor, W.
Ill C.Womack. Aldermen, Geo. W.Hood
eupyl, John IS. Biles, I. W. Smith, J. E,
Jones, Thos. Black, C. II. Scales; Recorder,
I. W. Smith: Treasurer, J. E. Jones; Mar
shal, II. P. Maxwell.
PA A. M. Warren No. 125 1st Thursday
, night in every month, in their hall over
the court room. J. U. AlcuuiRK. W. M
nOYAL ARCn CHAPTER 3r Thurday
11 night in every montn.
W. W. Fairbanks, II. P.
I O. O. F. McMinnville, No. 146;every
I, Tuesday night, In their hall over Worn
aek & Comae s store.
T. S. Arlkdgk, N. G
S. T. Lively. Sec.
Rebekah Degree, meets First Thursday
night in each month.
Mrs. W. S. Livklv, N. G
Mrs. J. H. Shkrrill, Secretary.
ITNIGHTS OF IIONOR-Mountain City,
IV No. 140; meets in Masonic hall 2d and
1th Monday nigbtsin every month.
Thos. BLACK.Rep. W. G. Brittais, D
fNIGHTS AND LADY'S HONOR 2nd
IV ami 4th Thursday nights in every month
Q S. T. LIVIILY, P.
mlK'f noil Is mi 111I11II1I1I0
l ure for rilfn. 1'rieef 1. Ily
liiwiristsorniml. Snmn cs
viir ilox 2410, New lurk City.
J. XIAO X ill Xili. p. Howell ft Co' NewMumr
Advpnimaft Hurxoui iopm-p ' i. wr nanrtiina
coulucu uuur I utUa Xor U IX AKW XUttlU
Never give up! there nre chances and
Helping the.hopefiil 11 hundred to one;
Anil, through the dark chaos, High Wisdom
Every success-if you'll only hope on.
Never give up! for the wisest is boldest,
Knowing thnt Providence mingles the
And of all maxims, the best as the oldest,
Is the true watchword, never give up!
He Had Plenty of Nerve.
Dinner was just finished in the
mess-room, says n Calcutta paper,
and several English officers were sit
ting around the table. The conversa
tion had not been animated and there
came a lull, as the night was too hot
for small talk, The Major of the reg
iment, a deancut man of .V, turned
toward his next neighbor at the table,
a young subaltern, w ho w as leaning
back in his chair with his hands
Insped behind his head, staring
through the cigar smoke at the ceil-,
ing. The Major was slow ly looking
the man over, from Ids handsome
ice dow n, w hen, with sudden alert
ness and in a quiet, steady voice he
"Don't move, please, Mr. Caruth-
rs. J want to try an experiment
with you. Don't move a muscle."
"All right, Major," replied the I
subaltern, without even turning his
eyes. Hadn't the least idea of mov
ing, I assure you. What's the
I5y this time all the others were
istening in a lazily expectant way.
"Do you th'nk," continued the
Major his voice trembled just a little
that you can keep abundantly still
for say, two minutes to save your
"Are you joking'.'"
"On the contrary, move a muscle
and you are a dead man. (.'an you
stand the strain?"
The subaltern barely, whi.peivd
yes," and his face paled slightly.
"Burke," said the Major, address
ing an officer across the table, "pour
some of that milk into a saucer and
set it on the floor here just at the
back of me. Gently, man. Quiet."
Not a word was spoken as the offi
cer quietly filled the saucer, wal ed
with it carefully around the table and
set it down where the Major had in
dicated on the floor. Like a marble
statue sat the young subaltern in his
white linen clothes, while a cobra de
capello, which had been crawling up
the leg of his trousers, slowly raised
its head, then turned, descended to
the floor, and glided toward the
mute, budaeniy tne silence was
broken by the report of the Major's
revolver and the snake lay dead on
"Thank you, Major," said the sub
altern, as the two men shook hands
warmly, "you have saved my life."
"You're welcome, my boy," re
pled the senior, "but you did your
Chamberlain's Eye and
A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eye?,
Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples
and Files. It is coding and soothing.
Hundreds of cases liavo been, cured by
it after all other treatment had failed.
It is put up in 25 and SO cent boxes.
For Sale By Ritchey & Bostick.
A Gold Mine in the Teeth.
French statisticians have recently
made some curious calculations of the
amount ot gold which is annually
buried in the United States. M. Vic
tor Meunir asserts, after making care
ful inquiries, that the American den
tists annually insert into the teeth of
their patients 1,800 pounds of the
precious metal, which would be
worth $450,000. This gold is never
recovered, of course, but is buried
with the person in whose mouth it is
placed. Making allowance for the
rapid increase of our population and
for the continued deterioration of the
human teeth, it appears that in less
than 100 years American cemeteries
will contain more gold than now
exists in France. This is no fancy
sketch, but the results of study and
La Grippe Again.
During the epidemic of La Grinne
last season Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, proved to be the best remedy.
Reports from the many who used it
confirm this statement. They were
not only quickly relieved, but the
disease left no bad after results. We
nsk you to give this remedy a trial
and we guarantee that you will be
satisfied with results, or the purchase
price will be refunded. It has no
equal in La Grippe, or any Throat,
Chest or Lung Trouble. Trial bot
tles free at Ritchey & Rostick's Drug
itore. Large bottles, ode. and $1. '2,
Cures inJiftecn minutes ; Preston's
Running a Husband.
lie had a wife. .
His salary was 2t-(M per annum.
But she complained.
She wanted a better house.
Nothing fit to go out in.
No country cottage.
.She coveted a place on the ragged
edge of the -100.
She kept it up.
Night and day.
And moaned and
He lacked style, also,
As well as new clothes every six
weeks and various other tilings. f
He knew how his employer made
several hundred daily on the street.
A thousand or so would not be
missed for a few hours. "
So he took it and went up the street
He bought her a sealskin.
He took more and lost.
lie wears the penitentiary check.
Others are going, too.
Better is a modt st. room up two
pans 01 luicU stairs Mian a cell 111
Dr. rennet 's Cough Honey will re
lieve any cough in one hour. Equal-
gi oil lor horses, dives energy and
refunded if satis-
fiction not given.
Tor stile by J. D.
Home curious experiences are re
torted front Italy as to the c fleet of
olors on the nerves of the sick and
tisane. In the hospital for the in
sane at Alessandria, special rooms are
trranged with red or blue glass In the
windows, anil also red or blue paint
on the walls. A violent patient is
suddenly brought into a blue room
and left to the effect of that color on
his nerves. One maniac was cured
in an hour; another was at peace in
a room of violet. The red room is
used for the commonest form of de
mentia melancholy usually accom
panied by refusal to take food. Af
ter three hours in the red room, a
patient affected in this way began to
be cheerful and ask for food.
The Locomotive Interest.
There are about 30,000 locomotives
in the United States being one to
every five miles of railroad and
1,100,000 cars of all kinds, of which
27,000 are passenger coaches. The
locomotives cost $lo0,000,000, the cars
$800,000,000, making the approxi
mate cost of the rolling stock $l,.r00,-
Cures while you wait Prestons'
How to Start a Balky Horse.
A writer in Our Dumb Animals
6ays that whenever a horse driven
by him has balked, he has got out
of his carriage, gone to the horse's
forefoot, lifted it from the ground,
and struck the shoe a few blows
with a stone. He has never failed
to start a balky horse in this very
Neuralgic Persons .
And thoso troubled with nervousness resulting
from care or overwork will be relieved by taking
Brown's Iron Hitters. Genuine
has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.
A Little Drawback.
"Dick Skinner says marriage is a
failure." "A failure? I thought he
married a fortune?" "Yes but the
girl that went with it has suspended
Immediate relief by using Preston's
The National Live Stock Associa
tion of the United States was organ
ized at Chicago last week. It is i
combination of the various herd book
and breeding associations, and $500,
000,000 of capital is represented in the
It has been discovered that Chicago
butchers have been supplying certain
restaurants and cheap hotels with
horse flesh instead of beef.
Preston's "Iled-Ake" is a speciic
Subscribe for the Standard, $1.
Pour regular lines of steamships
are soon to lie established between
New port News, Va., and Europe.
it- rnrn hack aches
Or you are all worn out, resliy Rood for notlilnff
it if (fpnersl rirliilitv. Try
niton. s iros juttkrs.
It, will cure you, and Rive a pood appetite. Soltf
by all dialer; iu uicUii iiie.
Why Not an Infidel?
I once inel a thoughtful scholar
who told me lie had read every book
he could which assailed the religion
of Jesus Christ, and he said tie should
have become an itilidel but for three
things: "First, I am a man. I am
going somewhere. Tonight lama
day older than I was last night. I
have read till such books can tell me.
They shed not one solitary ray of
hope or light upon the darkness.
They shall not take away the guide
and leave me stone blind. Second, I
have a mother. I saw her go down
into the dark valley where I am go
ing, and she leaned on tin unseen
arm as calmly as a child goes to sleep
on its mother's breast. Third, I have
three motherless daughters. They
htiveno protection but myself. I would
rather kill them than to leave them
in this sinful world, if you blot out
from it all the teachings of the
No other preparation combines the
positive economy, the peculiar merit
and the medicinal power of Hood's
One hundred and fifty (l'.O) worms
from two doses of Dr. Fenner's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup. Sec Ins circular
Money refunded if satisfaction nut
given. 1-or sale by J. I ). l ate iv Co.,
Yen. good measure, pressed down
mid running over.
Some of these little proprietors of sarsa
parillas put u in half-pint bottles are cu
vious of the increasing popularity of Dr.
John Hull's Sarsaiiarilla, put up as it is lu
larj;c quart hottles, and intimate that theirs
is more concentrated. This is as false as
deceit can be. A teaspoonful of Bull's
fiarsapaiillw contain: more concentrated
medicinal virtue than a tuhlespoonful of
any other sarsaparilla imnle. A bottle of
Dr. John Hull's Sarsaparilla contains six
tirecs the curative virtue of a hutlle of nny
other blood purifier made. No exception
is made. Now an invalid wants his
money s worth, lie wants good measure.
Therefore, unless misled through ignor
ance, when his system needs a blood puri-
fier, when his system needs a tonic, when
his system is breaking down from blood
impurity or some wasting disease, he will
demand of his druggist a bottle of Bull's
Sarsaparilla, and on no occasion be per
suaded to take any 1 1 1 i l ik that may be off
ered in its stead as beintf "just as jrood."
There is no other remedy so good as Bull's
Sarsaparilla for such diseases as sprofula,
syphilitic affections, salt-rheum, itch, ec
zema, pimples, sorea, rheumatism, lamo
back, swollen joints, aching muscles, nerv
ous weakness, nervous debility, loss of
apjietite, loss of flesh, loss of strength,
sleeplessness, premature old ao, etc.
T.k Woodruff JerTorsouville.lnd., writes l
"For ten years I hud been an invalid. I be
came a chronic medicine taker. There Is
not a blood remedy or u tonic advertised
that I did not try. From uone of them did
I derive nuy pcrmunent icood. 1 became
discouraged. My Kyutem wan full of blood
impurities. My skiu was covered iu placoa
with brown patches and little sores. My
muscles bud lost their ulrcntlii. 1 wos very
weak. My appetite and digestion were mis
rablo. I kept (crowing worse and worse
until I bei;an to use Dr. Bull's Kurt-Hp mi II a,
I Hi en beKun to rally at once, mid grew
stronger and stronger. 1 have now used
firobably M bottles, and my improvement
n looks and feeling Is so groat 1 seem like
another person. I am now well and strong,
and Klve the whole credit of my recovery to
Dr. Bull's .Sarsiiparillo.''
9Your children will be more healthy,
lappy and pretty. If yuu occasionally give
,hem Dr. John Hull' Worm Destroyers.
Frlce i5 ee;it-..
SBO-When you have chills urn! fever, if
you want a stiru cure ami one that does not
taste bud, t:ilo Smith's Tonic Syrup. It
will pleas you hKtcr than quinine or any
other chill nif.ll-.liif.
175, i'. ....
Sons, IT' ofKir Agentt,
,. . u.i.i'if .-(., i.iiieiniiatl, C
For the Ailments of
r.lAU aid BEAST
IN M A N "hum'i'n. Sprains, Bruises,
111 IIAIl Swellings, Soreness, Stlflnets,
Sore Throat, Weak Back, Crajryg, Corns,
Bunions, Warts, Insect Bites, Frost Bites,
Pains. Aches, Pains In the Back, Breast or
Side ; Wounds, Cuts, Hurts, etc.
IN RFACT Spavin, Splint, Ringbons.
Ill DLAol Scratches. Bruises. Wind
Galls, Strains, Swellings, Swiney, Soreness,
Stiffness, Harness snd Saddle-hurts, Knots,
Lams Back, Stiff Joints, Puffs, etc.
No Stock Baiser Should Be Without It.
SITRLOCK, NT. AL A; CO., I'mss..
A CME BLACKING is cheaper
at 20 cents a bottle than any
other Dressing at 5 cents.
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAYS
boc.iur,e shoes once blackened with it can
lo kept clean by washing tliein with water.
People in Moderate circunistanci ; find it
pmMaUo to buy it nt 20c. 11 bottle, because
what thev ppend for Blacking they save in
It is the cheapest Hacking considering
its quality, and yet wo want to sell it
1 Ixnpcr if it can be done. Wc will pay
for a recipe that will enable in; to make
Wolff's Acme Elackino a. such a price
that a retailer can profitably sell it at 10c. a
bottle. This ofleria open until Jan. 1st, 1893.
WOLFF & It AKPOLPn, Philadelphia.
Old furniture painted with
(!l.n h the nam? of the paint looks like
s:;-. inod and varnisp'il new f irniturc. One
c i't will do it. A clii!l?an apply it. You
i :'.i change a pine to a wiilum, or u cherry
t"' '-.vthogany ; t' cre 5 m limit t your
i-r-ki. All retailers sell it.
, s.fcMA'! Scientific American
j;j.:h Agency for
U ' TRADEMARKS,
VVlU DESICN PATENTS
NVir1 COPYRICHTS, etc.
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Olilest bureau for aeturlng patents In America.
I'.very patent taken out by ns Is broimlit before
tlio public by a notice given free of ctiurue lu th
f timtitit JUumrmt
rarpejt circulation of any setentlflc paper in thn
world. Splendidly illustrated. No intellieont
man eliould be without it. Weeklv, !;.0l a
yeari fl.SU six months. Address MuNN & CO.
I'LliLisUEiis, 8a Broadway, New York.
A POPULAR FAMILY.
Jen'N'It:: " How is it, Knte, that, you nhvnyi
seem to 'eatcli on ' to the last new thing? ll.i
what I may, you always seem to get ahead
Kate : " I don't know : I certainly do not
make any exertion in that direction."
Jexnik: " Well, durinir the hint few months,
for example, you havo taken up paintiugv
without any teacher ; you came to the rescue
when Mins Lufurgo tlesertcd herDeUirleelnss
so suddenly, and ecrtiiinly w e arc nil Improv
ing in irrnco under j cmr insti ui -t.ii.li : 1 heard
you tellinir Toiumv I'liines Inst eveuiiii.4 how
Ills club mudu eu.stukes in phiyiiiK Inselmll:
you seem to he up gu all tl"' hil. st ' l.m,.,' unit
know just what to do iiiiilei'ttlieircuin.stiiuces;
you entertain be:iiitiliilly ; mid in the lust
mouth you havo improved so in heuitli, owing,
viiii toll mo, to your physical cu It uiv rxcivises.
Where do you itct all of your inloiniatiou
from in tliis little out-ol-tho wuy place? for
you never rn to the city."
Katk: '"Why, .leiinie. you will make nie
vain. I have only one gourecof information,
but it is siirpnsinir how it meets l.ll want. 1
very si'ldom hear of nnytliimr new but whit
the next few days brlnir mu full inf.irinntiou
on the subject. MukIc? No! Mngnxiiuil
And a ifiCrtt. tiuiisiirc it, is 10 us nil. lor it
really furnishes the rcndltifr for the whole
hou-u'liuM: lather Im'ipvcn up his nuiifuzine
that he Iiih taken lur yenis, as ho says this
one Rives inme and Irtter iiifornmtion ou
the swbjcct.s of the ili'.v : mid mother says
thnt it. is tliatthar.nml.es her Mich a famous
housekeciHT. In I'nct. we all nrri that it is
the only really fAHli.Y rmmnzinc published,
as we have sent fur simples of all ol them,
ami lind thtitoiin is nil tor men, another all
for women, and another for children only,
while this one suits every ore of us; so we
onlv need to tik1 on.. Insteiid of several, and
thstiis where the economy comes in, for it is
only $2.00 a year. l' rhtips you think I am
too lu visit In my praise; but 1 will let you see
ours, or. lietter still, send 10 cents to the pub
lisher, W. Jonninirs Demurest, l' East Utb
StnM't. New York, for a smnplo copv, and 1
shall always consider that 1 have dono you
a great favor j and may be you will lie cutting
us out, as you suy we have the reputation of
being the lx'st informed family in town. If
that 1m; so. it is Deuiorest's Faintly Muguzine
that does it-"
We will send the PnrTm:P..- Stan-uaho
and Dcmorest'e Mncaine both one venr for
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Entomolofrv, liee-Keeping. Greenhouse and
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