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SOUTHERN STANDARD-MCMINN VILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, NOV-121."
I flakes CfcE'J Bi;G. Easy.
J Endorsed by the Lending Physicians.
JJoofc to "Moth" mailed FREE.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Timo Table McM&M B B
IV. Sparta 10 50 am. A 45 am.
" ltnvle 1120 am. 115 am.
" Holders 1 1 45 am. 434 am.
" WalliiiK 1155 am. 4 42 am.
" Hock Island 12 05 m. 4 50 am.
" Rowland 12 45 tun. 5 15 am.
" McMinnville 1 15 pm. 5 45 am.
" Smartt 1 45 pm. (5 05 urn.
" Morrison 2 10 pm. i 25 am
" Summitville 2 35 pm. 15ain.
" Maui'hf ster 3 15 pm. 7 10 am.
r. Tullnhoma 4 15 pn. 00 am.
IiV. Tullalioina 10 00 am. 5 15 am.
" Manchester 10 45 am. 15 am.
" Suiiiinitville 1115 am. i! 45 am.
Morrisun 1135 am. 7 10 am.
" Smiirit 1155 am. 7 35 am.
" McMinnville 12 15 pm 8 0(1 am.
" Rowland 12 45 pm 8 35 am.
" Rock Island 1 05 pm. ! 00 am.
" Walling 1 13 pm. 10 am.
' Holder 121pm. it 20 am.
Doyle I 40 pm. 9 40 am.
Ar. Sparta 2 05 pm. 10 10 am.
Passenger trains pass Tullahoiwi going
outh 9 53 a m, 0:28 and 11:12 p. m; going
north, 3:23 and 8:11 a. in., 4:41 p. in.
lulhiiioma to McMinnville Arrives 12:10 p.
m.: Ieuvcs5:20a. m.,dajly except Sundays.
McMinnville to Sparta Arrives 5:30 .ni.j
leaves 12:00 p.m.; daily except Sundays.
Through mail to and from heyond Tulla
houia, arrives 8.00 a. m., leaves, 12.00 in.
Beersheba Springs Arrives 6:30 p.m.;
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; leaves
6:00 a. m same days. ,
Suiithville (route No.l9355)-arrIves 12:00
ia., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays;
leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
Woodbury Arrives 12 in., Wednesdays
and Saturdays ; leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
Ilorse Shoe Falls-ArriveB 12:00 m., Wed
nesdays and Fridays; leaves 2:00 p.m.,
Methodist Rev. J. T. Curry, pastor;
Preaching every Sunday morning and
night. Sunday-school at 0:3 - n Pray
er meeting every Weduesday night.
Presbyterian Rev. J. D. Murray, pastor;
Preaching every Sunday morning and night;
prayer meeting every Wednesday night.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m.
Christian Services every Sunday morn
ing and at night. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday night, buudiiy-schooi at
Cumberland Presbyterian Dr. G. T.
dtainback nastor.scrvicesevery Sunday and
it night; prayermeeting Wednesday night.
Sunday-school 9:J0 a. m.
Katitist Dr. A. D. Phillips, pastor,
Preaching every Sunday morning and
night. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
night. Sunday school 9:30 a. in.
nflANCERY Sits4th Monday in May and
J 3rd Monday in November; w. b. Bear
den, Chancellor; J. C. Biles, Clerk.
CIRCUIT Sits 1st Thurdav after Second
Monday in January and May, and 3rd
Monday in September. M. D. Smallman,
Judge; W. V. Whitson, Attorney-General,
I. W. Smith, Uerfc.
COUNTY Sits by quorum 1st Monday in
every month; full court every quarter;
1'. M. Ytomack, tsq., Chairman; A. It,
OTHER COUNTY OFFICIALS I. 1
Rheay, Sheriff; W. W. Mullican, Regis
ter; Wm. G. Etter, Trustee and Tax Col
lector; John F. St, John, Tax Assessser;
O. F. Rrnster, Ranger; I. L. Rheay,
Jailer; w. in. Mitcneii.uountyHupenntend'
ent of Public Instruction.
MUNICIPAL OFFICERS Mayor, W,
C. Womack, Aldermen, Geo. W. Hood,
eupvl, John B. Biles. I. W. Smith. J. E,
.Tones, Thos. Black, . II. Scales; Recorder,
1. v. smith: '.treasurer, J. k. Jones; Mar
shal, II. P. Maxwell.
F& A. M Warren No. 125 1st Thursday
. night in every month, in their hall over
the court room. J. G. McGuirk, W. M.
ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER 3r Thurday
LV uignuu every uiontn. .
W.W.Fairbanks, n. P
f O. O. F. McMinnville, No. 146;every
l luesuay mgni, in meir nan over Worn'
ack & ColviUe s store.
T. S. Arlkdgk, N. G.
S. T. Lively, Sec.
P.ebekah Degree, meets First Thursday
nigm in eaca nioni,u.
Mrs. W. S. Livkly, N. G
Mr.s.J. II. SiIERRILL, Secretary.
J7NIGU IS OF HONOR Mountain City,
IV No. 110; meets in Masonic hall 2d and
4th Monday nightsin every month
TH08. Black. Rep. W. G. Brittain, D.
t7MGHTS AND LADY'S IIONOR-2nd
IV and 4th Thursday nights in every month
S. T. LIVHLY, P,
cured at home wit
out pain. Book of pa .
ticnlsrssent mi l'
i R M wnm n-v if i
frTTTQ p A PPT? T N fnnnil on flip at fl(V
Advrttlnir UurrauduSpnic-eSt I, whorw advcrti.lna
uuitkU uXJ ba luaUa Cur it IH flLIV V'OttiU
His Credit was Poor.
The following jletter from h farmer
nearOadsdfti, Ala., to the Ae-IIer-aid,
furnishes some useful hints and
excellent food for reflection. Head it.
Every one you may meet (with it
few exceptions) has something to say
about hard times, tight money, etc.,
and if you were to 'catch on' to the
complaints you would be about as
gloomy as the most of the people ap
peal to be. I have a short, faithful
story to tell in your paper and hope it
may aid the wise men in our State to
arrive at the causo and remedy for
hard times among the farmers.
In 1807 I found myself on a fair
average farm just where I am now
writing to you, with one good mule,
a broken down army horse, a fair set
of farming implements, mostly sec
ond-hund, but without a dollar of
credit and just $G.7") in cash. It was
tho last week in January nnd the
time had come for us to 'pitch our
crops' for the year. I had a small
quantity of corn, about enough with
economy to feed my stock and nive
my family meal for four or live
months. Times were then hard with
nie sure enough. My near neighbor
wasa little belter otl',but not as much
as I thought him to tie at the time.
We were talking over the matter
when he informed me that be was
going to Ciadsden the next day to
make some arrangements for credit
to enable him to make his crop, and
asked me to go with him and see
what I could do. We went to town.
t wasn't long before my neighbor
had secured his credit with a note
and mortgage, which he was to trade
out during the year.
I tried to do the same, but it was
no go. l he merchant uiu not know
me and I could not make the securi
ty demanded. Well we went back
lonie together, my neighbor with
smart load of bacon, flour, cofl'ee, dry
goods, and shoes for the children,
with a dress for his wife, and a Sun
day coat for himself. My wagon was
empty and I disconsolate with noth
ing to take to my fireside but a heavy
heart and a will to work. I told my
wife all about my failure to get cred
it and we talked the matter over un
til midnight: 'Well,' said she, "Tom,
we have got two good cows, some
hens, and a few pigs, a good garden,
and the best of health. So we will
stay at home and get our living from
our work." Tiles3 her soul, she was
the wisest woman, I think, that ever
lived on earth, and among tho best
that ever went to heaven. I took her
advice, and at the end of the year, I
had seven good bales of cotton, 240
bushels of corn, and saved 1,200
pounds of bacon, banked up snugly
100 bushels of sweet potatoes; while
my good wife had $14.60 made from
her eggs, chickens,butter, and honey,
and bought herself a summer dress
and bonnet and cloth enough to make
the under garments for all the chil
dren. And best of all, I did not owe
a man on earth a cent.
My neighbor who had the credit I
could not get made eleven bales of
cotton, a small corn crop, no meat,
and had his credit until he was sev
eral hundred dollars in debt. I met
him In Gadsden during the month of
January, 1868, after he had settled
with the merchants and had sold his
cotton. All he bad to show for his
year's work was a new buggy, that
he really did not need, and about
$80 in cash. In 1872 my neighbor
sold out to pay his debts and keep
the sheriff away and moved to Texas,
where he came to want. The same
year I had $2,350 loaned out and
drawing a good interest well secured,
and I have never borrowed a cent,
or a thing, or ever had my name on
a merchant's book for a nickle's cred
it. I have often thought and believe
most firmly that the best thing that
ever happened to me was my failure
to get credit in 1867.
Nearly 24 years have passed since I
had my disconsolate ride back to my
humblo homo from Gadsden. I have
since reared a family of seven chil
dren, given the best education the
country could offer, have built a large
house and barn, and have enough,
thank the Lord, to keep me and ray
family in comfort as long as I shall
live. I want no sub-treasury and
never have wanted It but once and
then, thank God, I could not get it.
There is not a farmer in Alabama,
worthy the name of a farmer, who
cannot do as I have done.
V. T. Mi C.
Dr. rentier's Golden llelief is war
ranted to relieve toothache, head
ache, neuralgia, or any other pain in
wounds, wire cuts, swellings, bites,
burns, summer complaints, colic,
(also in norses,) uiarrhcea, disentery
ana llux. ir satisfaction not given
money returned. Tor sale bv
Tate & Co.
A Parrot's Battle With a Hen.
Ashlnnd (X. 0.) Ili'iii I
Our next-door neighbor owns an
amushg parrot, which is always get-'
ting into 'mischief, but usually gets!
out ML'rtin without much trouble to!
hersell. When she has done any
thing for which she knows she ought
to be punished she holds her head to
one side, and, eyeing her mistress,
says in a sing-song tone, "Polly is a
good girl," until she sees her mistress
smile; then she flitps her wings and
cries out: "Hurrah! Tolly is a good
girl!" She has been allowed to go
free in the garden, where she prome
nades back and forth sunning herself
and warning off all intruders.
One morning a hen strayed out of
the chicken yard and was quietly
picking up her breakfast, when Toll
marched up to her and called out,
"Shoo!" in her shrill voice. The
poor hen retreated to her own quar
ters, running as fust as she could, foU
lowed by Poll, who screamed
"Shoo!" at every step.
A few days later Poll extended her
morning walk into the chicken yard.
Here, with her usual curiosity, she
went peering into every corner, till
she came to the old hen on her nest.
The hen made a dive for Poll's yel
low head, but missed it. Poll, think
ing discretion the better purl of valor,
turned to run; the hen, with wings
widespread, followed close after.
As she ran Poll screamed in her
shrillest tones, "Oh, Lord! Oh,
A member of the family, who had
witnessed the performance, thought
it lime to Interfere in Poll's behalf,
as the angry hen was gaining on her.
lie ran out and stooping down, held
out his hand. Poll lost no time in
travelling up to his shoulder. Then,
from her high vantage ground, she
turned and, looking down on her foe
she screamed: "Hello, there ! shoo!"
The frightened hen returned to her
nest as rapidly as she had come.
Why suffer? Preston's "llead-Ake"
will cure you.
Chamberlain's Eye and
A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eye?,
Tetter, Salt Rheum, Sculd Head, Old
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Soro Nipples
and Piles. It ia cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been cured by
it after all other treatment had failed.
It is put up ia 25 find 50 cent boxes.
For Sale By Ritchey & Bostick.
There is a coal famine at Minnes
apolis because of the wheat blockade.
All the cars being loaded with grain
and all the side tracks jammed with
waiting wheat, there is no movement
of coal possible. This is a curious
consequence of the great crops. It
shows' that railroad building, though
it has been pushed to an extent uw
known in other countries, is yet uu
equal to emergent occasions.
rOIt THE BLOOD,
Wenkuess, Malaria, Indigestion and
. i-WSS IRON BITTERS.
.j'lirkly. For sule by all dealers in
mi-. . (it t tho genuine.
When the czar journeyed recently
along the German-Russian frontier,
both sides of the railroadfrom the
first to the last station were guarded
by soldiers scarcely ten yards apart.
Houses and farms near the railroad
had to be illuminated at night, and
for days the inhabitants kept within
their huts. Great precautions were
taken to guard bridges; crossings.cuts
and woods. Finally the czar passed
through in safety.
For headaches, biliousness, const!
pation, dizziness, sleeplessness, the
blues, scrofula, the blood ana an skin
eruptions Dr. Fenner's Blood and
Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic
never fails. Warranted to satisfy or
money refunded, lor sale by J. D,
Tate & Co., McMinnville, Tenn
Immediate relief by using Preston's
DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH PILLS.
Are active, effective and pure. For
sick headache, disordered stomach
loss of appetite, bad complexion and
biliousness, they have never been
equaled, either in America or abroad
or sale by v . II. Fleming.
Cures Headache only Preston's
Dr. Fenner's Cough Honey will re
lieve any cough in one hour. Equal
ly gi od for horses. Gives energy and
Btrengm. jioney reiunaea it satis
faction not given. For sale by J. I),
Tate & co.
Cures in fifteen minutes ; Preston's
NeertinR a tonic, or children that wabnllding
up. "himM tnk
BROWVS ll'." 1HTTKRS.
It is picnsKiit to lnke. rure .Malaria, lniliKet-
Uon, and liillousiu ss. All dealers nee it.
I Sure cure Preston's "Hed-Ake."
The 'possum crop this season is
abundant and the harvest is well on.
Already countless numbers of rmr
supials have ceased their stuiiicht
perambulations and will smile no
more forever. The mmi who does
not hanker after brovvn-baked 'pos
sum Hanked with taters is n suspic
ious character whom it is well to
watch. Trust not the man who finds
no music in the good old song,
"'I'ussiiiii meat hiii good to eat,
You'll always find it good and sveet,
Kyarve 'mi to the heart,
Lny sweet tillers in the pan,
Kyarve 'ini to the heart,
Fines' eatin' in the land,
Kyarve 'mi to tlie heart"
or in that other soul-stirring song-
'O, who'll have taterK on their jjruvy,
And who'll have gravy on their tillers?"
A murrain upon the man who
urns up his nose at the savory 'pos
sum or whose mouth does not water
at the thought of say "three lingers"
of good old Lincoln sour-mash to be
followed by a dish of delicious 'pos
sum and a cane-stem cob pipe tilled
with North Carolina tobacco says
the Knoxville Tribune.
you wait Prestons'
Wliy is it so many grow old too
Said an old man: " If there is anything
that will make an old man feci young it ij
Dr. John Bull's Sarsaparilla." Yes, there
is a deal of buoyancv in a bottle of this
excellent remedy, and if it was more gen
erally used there would be fewer folks
growing prematurely old. The healing
and strengthening herbs that enter into its
composition make it one of the finest re
juvenating medicines that can be com-
Eounded. Haid a young wife, when asked
ow she managed to live so happily with
her husband, who was quite an old man,
"I keep him youthful hy giving him Bull's
Sarsapurilla." It is a good thing when a
feeling of old age or decrepitude creeps
into the system to rout it at once with
Bull's SarsaparilLa. It makes the old feel
young, and the young feel buoyant. An
active old lady said she "couldn't keep
up long when her bottle of Bull's Sarsa
parilla got empty.1' It's a good thing for
old people. Everyone, young or old,
should counteract the evil eftects of nerv
ousness, weakness, and debility by a use
of Bull's Sarsaparilla. It keeps the system
in line condition. You will sleep better,
you will eat better, your food will digest
better, you will feel better every way if
you occasionally use this great tonic and
Ephralm Burnet, Smlthland, Ky., writes l
"I am an old man, eighty-three years of
age, yet I can walk five ml let to town and
back, and feel none the worse for 1U Kvery
spring I take a dozen or fifteen bottles of
Bull's Sarsaparilla. It puts my system la
fine condition, and I feel good and uetle tha
whole year through. It has worked soma
great cures in my neighborhood. A Mr.
Bonsall'H wife lny bed-ridden for three
Tsars. Doctor did her no good. I got her
husband to try Bull's Harsuparilla. How
she Is well and does her own housework.
A negro living on our place had a bad cast)
of scrofula. Bull's Hanaparllla cured him."
"If you think your child has worms,
don't risk any chunce, but gtvs It Dr. John
Bull's Worm Destroyers. They are nlca
candles, and never fail. Price, J5 Cents.
a-"AH through the summer and fall I
was troubled with chills and fever. I
finally got one bottle of Smith's Tonlo
Byrup, and It cured rue at once." C. U.
Weils, Mldville, Or.
John D. Pars & Sons, Wholttale Agents,
175, 177 and 170 Bycamore St, Cincinnati, a
For the Ailments of
UAH uu BEAST
IN MAN Rheuml!lm- Sprslnt, Bruises,
I lAll Swellings, Sonnets, Stiffness,
Sore Throat, Weak Back, Crimps, Corns,
Bunions, Wirti, Insect Bites, Frost BUM,
Pslns, Aches, Pslns In ths Back, Bread or
Sids ; founds, Cuts, Hurts, etc.
IN RFAQT Spavin, Splint, Ringbone,
111 PLA3I Scratches, Bruises, Wind
Galls, Strains, Swelling!, Swiner, Soreness,
Stiffness, Harness and Saddle-hurts, Knots,
larre Back, Stiff Joints, Puffs, etc.
Xo Stock Baiser Should Be "Without It.
S1TRIOCK, NEAT, i CO.. Props..
4 ASH VI LLE, 'EN N .
m.:o jlcohol to make Wolff's Ac:j:
Ui.ackixo. Alcohol is good for leather;
it u good for the skin. Alcohol the chid
niiircdieiitol Cologne, Florida Water, nnd
Lay liuin tlio well known face washes.
u u think there is nothing too costly to use
i a good leather preservative.
Acino Blacking retails nt 20o.
eid at that price sells readily. Many
enple are 60 accustomed toliiiyinj, ;k!rss
'a or blacking nt U: and 1(1.-. ti bottle
ul they cannot undertat' 1 tl i n I lack
can be cheap nt 20c. Wcwani to meet
a ;n with chenpness ii we can, iiml to a
'inplish this we oiler u reward of
r a recipe which will enable us to make
Wolff's Acme Blacking at such a price
hat a retailer can profitably sell it nt 10c. a
xitlle. . We hold this cfTer onen until
Jan. 1st, 1S93.
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A POPULAR FAMILY.
JESSIE: "How is it. Knte. that vou nlwnvi
eem to ' catch on ' to the lust new tliinir t l)o
what I may, you always seem to get aheud
Kate : " I uon't know : I certainly do not
make any exertion in that direction."
Jknmk: " Well, durinirtbc last lew months.
for example, you have taken up painting,
without any teacher ; you came to the rescue
when Miss LuIhi ko deserted her Deisartc clasx
ao suddenly, nnd certainly wc are nil improv
ing in irrnec unilcr your instruction ; 1 heard
you telling Tommy 1 annus lust eveiiinit how
Lis club iniido mistakes in playing t iiM liall:
you seem to be up on till tin- Intesi ' tails,' ami
know just what to do under till circumstances:
you entertain ImmiuiiIuIIv ; unit in the last
month you have improved so in heultli.owinir.
you tell me, to your physical culture exercises,
where do you get nil of your inlorinutitin
from in this little out-of-tho wuy placer for
you never go to tho city."
Katk: "Why. Jennie, you will make me
vain. I have only one source of information,
but it is surprising how it meets all wants. 1
very seldom hear of anything new but what
the next few days bring me full information
on tho subject. Malc? No! MuKnziuel
And a great treasure it in to us all, for U
really furnishes the reading for thu holc
household: lather tins given up his niagnzlne
that ho has taken for yours, us ho siiya this
one gives more and better information on
the subjects of the day ; and mother says
that it is that t hat makes her such a famous
housekeeper. In (net, wo all ngreu that it Is
the only really family magazine published,
as we have sent for samples of ull of them,
and And that ono is nil for men, another all
for women, and another for children only,
While this ono suits every one of us; so we
only need to tako ono instead of several, and
that Li where tho economy comes in, for it is
only $2.00 a year. Perhaps you think I am
too lavish In my praise; but 1 will let you see
ours, or, better still, send 10 cents to the pub
lisher, W. Jennings Domorest, lr East 14th
Btreet, New York, for a sample copv, nnd I
shall always consider that 1 have done you
a great favor; and may be you will be cutting
us out, as you say we nave the reputation of
being the best informed family lit town. If
that be so, it Is Dcuoret's Family Magazine
tUt does it" . :
We will send the SorriiKR.s Standafu'
and Demorest's Magazine both one year for
1831 ; J.892
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