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SOUTHERN STANDARD - MCMINNVILLE! 'TENNESSEE-SATURDAY,' JUNE'J.W
Sweat-Groan-Growl. I if I yoi fa, What else Is tot expected of th eld fashioned way of blacking the shoes? Try th new way by using WOLFF'S Acme Blacking and th dirty task becomes a cleanly pleasure. eafrmwT iVJollTsACHEBIacWng REQUIRES NO BRUSH. ' . Sheds Water or Snow. Shoes can be washed clean, requiring dressing only one a Week for men, one a Month for women. It is also an Eltgant Harness Dressing. WOLFF & RANDOLPH.Phlladelpula Scrloner's Magazine for June. The evolution of the railway and of its rolling 6tock follows the same av8 which govern the rest of the world : adaptation to circumstances decides what is fittest, and that alone survives. The tcrap-heap of a greut railway tells its own story. Our railways have now reached a development which is wonderful. The railways of the United States, if placed continuously, would reach more than half way to the moon. Their bridges alone would reach from New York to Liverpool. Notwith standing the number of accidents statistics show that less persons are killed annually on railways than are killed annually by falling out of win dows. ii i ii Growth of American Hallways. Time Table McM&M B B GOING SOUTH. Freight. Pass. Leave Sparta 4 15 p ui Gloam " Doyle 3 15 p m. G 30 a m " Holders 2 40 p m. 6 46 a m " Wallinz 2 15ini. Go3am Rook island 1 50 p in. 7 00 am Rowland 1 25 p m. 7 15aui McMiuuville 12 50 p m. 7 35 n m Smartts 12 25 p m. 7 50 a m Morrison ... 12 15 p in. SOoaui Summitville ... 12 05 p m 8 20 a ni Manchester 11 40 p in. 8 40 a m Arrive Tullahoma 11 10 ui. 15 n m GOING NORTH. Pass. Freight Leave Tullahouia 10 00 a in. 5 15am " Manchester 10 40 a in. 6 15 a n " Suuiniitville 11 05 a in. 6 50 a m ' " Morrison 1120aui. 7 20am " Swurtts 11 35 ant, 7 50 a m " MoMinnville ...11 50 a m. 8 15 a m . Rowland 12 10 p in. 8 40 am " ' Rock Island 12 25 p ni. 9 15 a in " AValling 12 33 pm. 9 25 am " HoldeVs 12 40 p m. 9 35 a ui " Doyle ; 12 55 p m. 10 00 u in Arrive Sparta 115pm 1030 am Passenger trains pass Tullnhoma going south 9 55 a in, 10 24 p in and o 06 p m ; go ing north, 4 32 p in, i 30 a m, y lib a in. Mulls. lullahoma to McMiunville Arrives 12:10 p. m.: leaves 6:20 a. m., daily except Sundays. McMinuville to Sparta Arrives ti:40 a.m.; leaves 12:00 p.m.; daily except Sundays. Beersheba Springs Arrives 8:00 p.m.; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ; leaves 6:00 a. in., same days. Smithville (route No. 19355) arrives 12:00 m., 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. Ilorse Shoe Falls Arrives 12:00 in., Mon days and Thursdays; leaves 2:00 p.m.. same day. CIIUllCIIES. Methodist Rev. A. T- Ciawford pastor; services every Sunday morning and night. Sunday-school at 9X'a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday night. Christian Services every Sunday. Praj ei meeting Wednesday night. Presbyterian Rev. F. L. Leeper, pastor. Preaching every Sunday morning and night; Draver meeting every Wednesday night. Sunday-school every Sunday morning at 9 o'clock. Cumberland Presbyterian Rev. G. T, Stainback pastor; servicesevery Sunday and at night; pray erineeting Wednesday nigm Sunday-school 9:30 a. m. BaDttst Sunday-school at v'A a. m. Praver meetintr every Tuesday night. First Baptist, colored Rev. L. McGhee, pastor. Services every Sunday morning and night. Sunday-school 9:00 a. m. The blood must be pure if the body would be in perfect condition. Dr. J. H. Mclean's Strengthening Cor dial and Wood runner makes pure blood, and imparts the rich bloom of health ana vigor to the whole body. Sold by W. 11. Fleming. Our happiness arises from wluxt we are, not where we are, says the Chris tian Union. If we take Christ at his word when he says, "I am with you always," then we can rejoice in him always. Personal. Mr. N. II. Frohlichstein.of Mobile, Ala., writes: I take great pleasure in recommending Dr. Kings JNew Dis covery for Consumption, having used it for a severe attack of IJronchitis and Catarrh. It gave me instant re lief and entirely cured me and tried other remedies with no good result. Have also used Electric letters and Dr. King's New Life Pills, both of which I can recommend. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, is sold on a positive guarantee. Trial !ottle free at llitehey & Stroud's Drug Store. 1 A Twenty Years' Experience. 770 Broadway, New York, March 17 188(). I havebeen using Alixwk'is, Porous Plasters for 20 years, and found them one one of the best of family medicines. Briefly summing up my experience, I pay that when placed on the small of the back All- cock's Plasters fill the body with nervous energy, and thus cure fatigue, brain exhaustion, debility and kidney difficulties. Forwomen and children I have found them invaluable. They never irritate the skin or cause the slightest pain, but cure sore throat, croupy coughs, colds, pains in side, back tr chest, indigestion and bowel complaints. C. D. Frkdkicks. Nature usually makes a gallant fight against disease, and when help ed by Dr. J. II. McLean's Strength ening Cordial and Blood runner will eradicate it from the system. Sold by w . 11. Fleming. CONSUMPTION SURELY CURED. To the Editor Please inform your readers that I have a positive remedy for the above named disease. By Its timely use thousands of bone less cases have been permanently cured. I shall be glad to send two bottles of my remedy free to any of your readers who have consumption If they will send me their express and post office address. Respectfully, T. A. Slocum, M. C, 181 Pearl St. JNewYork. 27 The Last Trump. New York Star. A man may play the winning cards all through life, but Gabriel will play the last trump. Bobby and Flossio were playing 'boarding house," with Flossie in tne roie or applicant. "Have you parents?" inquired Bobby with great stiffness of manner. "Yes, sir, two," replied Flossie, timidly. 'Sorry, ma'am, but we never take children who have parents." New York Sun. Going West. Browning says: "Where Christ brings his cross he brings his presence; and where he is, none are desolate and there is no room for despair. As lie knows his own, so he knows how o comfort them, using sometimes the very grief itself, and straining it to a sweetness of peace unattainable by those ignorant of sorrow." The dangers of a malaria atmos here may be averted if you will oc casionally take a dose of Dr. J. H. Mcl jean's Chills and ever Cure. f0 cents warranted. Sold by Fleming. Emerson says a man ought to carry a pencil and note down the thoughts of the moment. Yes, and one short pencil, devoted exclusively to that use, would last some men we know about 2,000 years, and then have the original point on. Rare-Bits. COUIITH. pHANCERY Sits 2d Monday in May and KJ November; w. s. Bearaen, cnnnceiior; J. C. Biles. Clerk. niRCUIT Sits Thursday after 2d Monday J in January, May, and September; M. D. Smallman, Judge; W. V. Whitson, At tornev-Genernl; A. J. Curl, Clerk. rtOUNTY Sits by quorum 1st Monday in VJ every month; full court every quarter; I.'B. Neal, Esq., Chairman; v, . L. swann Clerk. OTHER COUNTY OFFICIALS U. Van hooser. Sheriff: Jno. L. Jaco. Reeister Dr. T. C. Smartt, trustee and Tax Collec tor; Geo. T. Purvis, Ranger; Mat. .Jones, Jailer; Lwmg Grizzle, County Superintend ent of Public Instruction. TITUNICIPAL OFFICERS Mayor, Jssee xTJL Walling; Aldermen, J. E. Jones, Al. A. Dotv. A. II. Gross, Thos. Black, E. G Mead, M. M. Phelps; Recorder, J. E. Jones: Treasure!. A. II. Gross: Street Commission ers, M. A. Doty, M. M. Phelps, J. E. Jones, LODGEH n & A. M. Warren No. 125 1st Monday . nightin every month, in theirhall over the courtroom. T. C. LINP, W. M DOYAL ARCH CIIAPTER-3r Thurday ail uigin iu evury iiiuiiiu. I. J. TlIURMAN, II. 1 I" O. O. F. McMinnville, No. 146; every JL. luesday night, in ineir nail over Worn ack & Colville 8 store. A. Nl'fiXEi.LY, N. G. T. S. Arlkdge, Sec'y. Rebekah Degree, meets First Thursday oiglit in earn montn. Mks. W. S. Livuxy, N. G. Miss Jennie Lively, Sec'y P-NIGIITS OF IIONOR-Mountain City IV No. 140; meets in Masonic hall 2d and 4th Monday niehtsin every month. A. B. Ramsey, Sec. Thos. Black, D I7NIGHTS AND LADY'S IIONOR-2n IV and 4th Thursday nights in every month A, 11. uross. r. T O. G. T Ben Xomond Lodge No. -L meets every Tuesdy night at Masonic Hall. M. Gakfin, W. C. T, R. R. Gafkin, Secy. r fTYn h n raiBa bcs toll M , I tut obMOl m w otfMtwi our J m . . f- HMO pt of veil, w.atao rimti-- ' niiiin tnflUfirrTnri.i rummi Ti ilwfm The general interest that has been taken in the opening of the Montana Indian Reservations is shown by the large numbers of people who have already gone to Great Falls to inves tigate the mineral and agricultural resources of that wouderful country. The low excursion rate announced by C. II. Warren, Gen. Pass. Agent oi tne bt. I'aui, Minneapolis & Mam toba Railway, makes the expense of exploring tins country merely nomi nal, and win undoubtedly result in a still larger number following. St Plain, straightforward morality and every day righteousness are bet ter than all emotion, and dogmatism, and all churchism, says the world, and Christianity says much the same; but plain, straightforward righteous ness ana every-tiay morality come most surely when a man is keeping close to Christ. John Jay is the only Chief Justice that the Empire State ever produced. He was appointed in 1789 and served six years. The others were: John Rutledge, South Carolina: Oliver Ellsworth, Connecticut; John Mar shall, Virginia; Roger B. Taney, Marylsnd ; Salmon P. Chase and Morrison R. Waite, Ohio. Melville V. Fuller, who has just been selected, represents Illinois. John Marshall served the longest, 34 years. Wonderful Cures. W. D. Hoyt A Co., Wholesale and Retail Druggists of Rome Ga., say : We have been selling Dr. lung's New Discovery, Electric Bitters and Bucklen's Arnica Salve tor lour years. Have never handled remedies that sell as well, or give such unusual sat isfaction. There have been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this city. Several cases of pronounced Consumption have hocn entlrelv cured bv use of a few bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken in connection with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them always. Sold by liitcney & Stroud. 1 Mr. Asheton Smith has planted the side of a mountain on his estate at Llauddoinolen, with forest trees so arranged as to display the words "Jubilee, 1887," in letters 200 yards long by 2 feet wide, to all the surrounding country. The letters are worked in trees of light-colored foliage planted amid others forming a dark background, and 630,000 have been used in the undertaking. Don't Get Caught This spring with your blood full of impurities, your digestiou impaired, your appetite poor, kidneys and liver torpid, and whole system liable to be prostrated by disease but get your-, self Into good condition, and ready for the changing and warmer weath er, by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. It stands unequalled for purifying the blood, giving an appetite, and for a general spring medicine. Vermont's maple sugar crop this spring is in quantity and quality above the average, owing to recently introduced improvements in its manufacture. The 5 ield is estimated at 15,000,000 pounds. iSMT-FIEIIT The Original Wins. C.P.Simmons, St. Lonli, Prop? M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Eit'd 1840, ia the U. S. Court pmriATs J. U. ZeUin, Prop'r A. Q. Simmons Liv er Regulator, Est'd by Zeilin 1868. M. A. S. L. M. hu for 47 yean cured Indigestion, Biliousness. DTJrirsiA.SicK Headache.Lost Ametiti, Sour Stomach, Etc. nev. i . B. Keami, rtor M. E. Church, Adams, Tenn., writes : "1 UiinK 1 should have been dead but tor your oenalne M. A. Sim mon Liver Medicine. I have) sometimes had to substitute! rTt "Zellin's stuff" for your Medi- am, oui 11 nun i answer uie plttrj purpose. Baptist. MemDhU.Tenn.. aavi: I received a package of your Liver Medicine, and have used half of it. It works like a charm. I want no better Liver Regulator and cer tiinly no more of Zeilin'i mixture. Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, j Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, I Chwblains,torns, and all Skin irrup tions, and positively cures rues, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For Sale by Ritchey & Stroud. Itch, Mange, and Scratches of every kind on human or animals cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's Sanitarv Lotion. Sold by Ritchey & Stroud, Druggists, Mc Minnvule.Tennessee. Titcomb says: "Meet every man honestly, seek to know him, and you will find that in those points in which he differs from you rests his power to instruct you, enlarge you, and do you good." In addition to the regular army of the United States, which consists of 25,000 enlisted men, and some 2,000 officers, the country has an organized militia force of 89,407 men, of whom 7,237 ar.e commissioned officers. After writing sentences one day, the scholars exchanged work for cor rection. A small boy marked an er ror, and then at the foot of the paper made the followingexplanatory note: He didn't begin Masseychewsits with a caterpilla." Harper's Bazar. No need to take those big cathartic pills. Dr. J. II. McLean's Little Liv er and Kidney Pillets are more agree able and enective. Sold by . 11. Fleming. When Baby was siok, we gave her CutorU, rThen she wa a Child, the cried for Castoria, rThen tht became Kiss, the clung to Castoria, IThra the had Children, she gave them Castoria, Peck's Bad Boy never could under stand why people would doubt the virtue of Ganter's chicken cholerr cure, when it is a fact that the money will be refunded, if the remedy fails to give entire satisfaction, by drug gists. The greatest life is that which has been the most useful, and has been able to perform its allotted tasks cheerfully and well. Excursion Rates. Lord Salisbury, Premier of En gland, who was formerly a working journalist, is always as courteous as his position will nilow to newspaper men, and frequently incloses news to men who were formerly his co-labor ers. Combined M Refracting Power. THEY ARE AS TRANSPARENT AND COLORLESS AS.NIG1IT ITSELF, And for softness of endurance to, the eye can not be excelled, enabling the wearer to read for nours without fatigue, in fact, they are PERFECT SIGHT PRESERVERS. Testimonials from the leading physicians in, the United Mates, governors, senators, legislators, stockmen, men of note in all professions ana in uinerent branches 01 trade, bankers mechanics, etc., ran be giv en, who have bad their sight improved by their use. ALL EYES FITTED AND THE FIT GUARANTEED BY W. II. FLEMMING, Druggist, McMINNVILLE, TENN. These glasses ore not supplied to peddlers at any price. WHOLESALE DEPOTS: tin, Texas. Atlanta, Ga; Aus Ruskin says : weakest-minded "They and the are the hardest- hearted men who most love change." Oregon and Washington. No section of the country is today at trading as much attention as Mon tana, Oregon and Washington; Mon A very complete list of tourists round trip rates and routes to western points for 188S. has lust been issued for free distribution by C. II. Warren, Wen. rass. Agent, bt. 1'. M. & M. Ry. St. Paul, Minn. 6t uacKacne, studies in tne side, m- flamation and soreness of the bowels, are symptoms of a disordered state of the digestive and assimilative organs, which can be corrected by the use of Ayer's Cathartic Pills. ARE YOU GOING Dr. Charles E. Simmons, the medi cal adviser Of the late Samuel J. Til- tana, because it now ranks first in the den, has just rendered a bill against; the estate for $113,000 for devoting To Ne- production of precious metals; Ore gon, because of its rich valleys, and Washington Territory by reason of its mild climate, timber, coal, miner als and wonderful production of fruits and cereals. The rapid growth of Spokane Falls, with a water pow er exceeding even that of Minneapo lis; Taceraa, on Puget Sound, the terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad, with 12,000 inhabitants; weattie, so miles distand, an energet icand thriving city,mark this section of the Pacific .Northwest as one tha; offers peculiar inducements to those seeking new homes. By writting Chas. S. Fee, General Passenger Agent, Northern Pacifie Railroad, St. Paul, Minn., he wilt send you illustrated pamphlets. maps, and books giving you valuable, miormation in reierence to tne count ry traversed by this great line from St, Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth and Ashland to Portland, Oregon, and Tncoma Seattle, Washington Territo ry. This road, in addition to being the only ran line to fcpoRane r ails. Tacoma and Seattle, reaches all the principal points in Northern Minne sota and Dakota, Montana, Idaho, uregon. and Washington, possesses unequaied scenic attraction, as well as superior train equipment, such as dining cars, the colonist sleepers for me use 01 inteuuing settlers, neitner of which conveniences are to be found on any other line ticketing business to the States and Territories named. eight years service to his of almost distinguished exclusive patient. If you find indications of malaiia in your system take at once Dr. J. II. McLean's Chills and Fever Cure, it will agreeably and effectually eardi- cate the poison from your system. 50 cents per bottle, warrantee!. Sold by W. 11. Fleming. Go West. No portion of the United States to day offers as many opportunities for making money as can be found ai Great Falls, Mont., and on the reser vation just opened, in business, min ing, stock-raising or farming. Rates, maps and particulars will be lurnish- edby C. II Warren, Gen. Pass. Agent, St. P. M. & M, Ry, St. Paul, Minn. 4t e. o. w. A sound body and a contented mind are necessary to perfect happi ness. If you wish to possess these, cleanse your blood with Ayer's Sar saparilla. It is perfectly safe to take, and is a thoroughly reliable, highly concentrated and powerful purifier. Hood's Sarsaparilla is peculiar to itself and superior to all othet prepara tions in strength, economy, and medicinal merit. Kansas, Missouri, Colorado, braska, Oregon, California, Or any point in the West or North west? If so you will of course wish to be informed as to the cheapest, shortest and most pleasant route. You will wish to purchase your tick et via the route that will subject you to no delays, and by which through trains are run. Before you start you should provide yourself with a map of the Gulf Route, (Kansas City, Springfield & Memphis R. R.) the only route from the South to the West. This line runs its entire trains, with Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, free Reclining Chair Cars and Elegant Day Coaches from Memphis to Kan sas City, saving many hours' time over any other route. For emigrants from the South to Oregon, Washington or the far West, this route i3 especially desirable, as holders of emigrant tickets are by this route carried in first-class cars on first-class trains. Close connections are made at Union Depot, Kansas City, with overland routes, carrying iree emigrant sleeping cars through torortiand, Oregon. Thus, passen gers by this route have but one change of cars, Memphis to Portland, Oregon. When you go West you will save time and money by pur- chasing your ticket via Memphis and the Gulf Route. Sendjfor a large map of this short route. (Send for a copy of the "Missouri and Kansas Farmer," an eight age illustrated paper, giving full snd reliable infor mation in relation to those two great states, mailed free. Address, J. E. LOCKWOOD, Q. P. A T. A., Kansas lty. urn. 1). 1CLLI8. Ticket AgeU. 31 Mad boa St., Memphis, Tnnn. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE. NASHVILLE MEDICAL COLLEGE FACULTY. HON. WILLIAM P. JONES, M. D., Pres DUNCAN EVE, M; D., Dean. DUNCAN EVE, M. D., Prof. Science aud Art of Surgery and Clin; ical Surgery. WILLIAM F. GLENN, M. D., Prof.Physulogy,Genimito-Urinary and Ven ereal Diseases. . J. BUNYAN STEPHENS, M. D., Prof. Obstetrics and Clinical Midwifery. , WILLIAM D. HAGGARD, M. D., Prof. , Gynecology and the , Diseases of Children. WOODFORD M. VERTREES, M. D., Prof. Materia Medica and Therapeutics. PAUL F. EVE, M. D., Trof. General and Descriptive Anatomy. JOHN S. CAIN, M. D., Prof. Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine. WILLIAM McCAMPBELL, M. D., Prof. Medical Chemistry and Toxicology. WILLIAM G. BRIEN, M. D., LL. D., Prof. Medical Jurisprudence. JOHN G. SINCAIR, M. D., Prof.Diseases, Eye, Ear and Throat. J AS. Y. CRAWFORD, M. D., D. D. S., Prof. Prophylactic Dentistry and Oral Sur gery. JAMES F. GRANT, M. D., Prof. Principles of Surgery. OSCAR COPELAND, M. D., WILLIAM F. ARNOLD, M. D., Demonstrators of Anatomy. Preliminary term commences the 3d of September, 1887. Regular term will begin the 5th of Octo ber,1887. Clinical facilities eqtml to the Northern and Eastern Colleges. For information or Catalogue, af dress DUNCAN EVE, M. D., DEAN. NASHVILLE, TENS.