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SOUTHERN STANDARD -MCMINNVILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, NOV. 19,1891.
1 FRIEND" !
KSS butd L!!A33 fcSSJi
Endorsed ty t!ic Lending Physicians.
Jloofc f ".VofJn rs mailed FIIEV.
BRADFIELD RECULATOR CO.
ATLANTA, GA. C
Tims Table McM & M B
10 50 oiii.
11 1!0 uni.
3 45 i.m.
4 15 am.
4 34 am.
4 42 am.
4 50 am.
5 15 am.
5 45 am.
U 05 inn.
li 25 am
(i 45 am.
7 10 am.
.S 00 am.
Lv. Spar tn
Holders 11 4."j urn.
..11 f5 am.
..jl'J 05 pin.
...12 45 pm.
... 1 15 pin.
... 1 45 un.
... 2 10 pin.
.... 2 35 pm.
3 1.) pm.
r. Tulluhomti 4 15 pn
5 15 am.
0 15 am.
(i 45 am,
7 10 Jim.
7 35 am.
8 00 am.
t 35 am.
!) 00 am.
9 10 am.
0 20 am,
) 40 am.
10 10 am.
Tnlltilioniu 10 00 urn.
Manchester 10 45 urn.
Siininiitville 11 15 am.
' Morrison lLljum.
" Smartt 11 55 am.
" McMinnvillo 12 15 pm.
" Kowland 12 45 pin.
" lloek Island 1 05 pm.
" Walling 113 pm.
' Holder 1 21 pm.
" Uoylo I 40 pm.
Ar. Sparta 2 05 pm.
Passenger trains pass Tullahoina going
south 9 :! a in, 0:28 and 11:12 p. m; going
north, 3:2:5 and 8:11 a. m., 4:14 l. m.
rullahoma to McMinnville Arrives 12:10 p.
u.: leaves 5:20 a. m., daily except Sundays.
McMinnville to Sparta-Arrives 5:30 a.m.;
leaves 12:00 p.m.; daily except Sundays.
Through mail to and from beyond Tulla
l.oma, arrives 8.00 a. in., leaves, l'.'.OO.m.
i).....uK..l.,i SnriiiL's Arrives 6:30 p.m.;
ruesdavs. Thursdays and Saturdays; leaves
o:00a. m , same days.
..,:ti,v;i!, iVnntfi No. 193551-nrrlves 12:00
m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturday
leaves 1:00 p.m.. same days.
Woodhury-Arrives 12 iu., Wednesdays
Saturdays -.leaves 1:00 p.m., same days.
Horse Shoe Falls-Arrives 12:00 m., Wed
aesdaysand Fridays; leaves 2:00 p.m.
Mntl,n,1ist llev. J. T. Curry, pastor
i-r..,w.i,;iw nverv Sunday inoruing and
u ight. Sunday-school at " !': 30m i .'
! meeting every Wednesday night.
Presbyterian Rev. J. D. Murray, pastor,
I i-ntm It i n if VPI'V Sundav mornini'aiid niL'lit
praver meeting every Wednesday uight.
-Sunday-school at !):.10 a. in.
Christian -Services every Sunday morn
r.ii? and at niu'ht. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday night. Sunday-school at
I ii in norland Presbyterian Dr. O. T,
rftainback pastor;servicesevery Sunday and
a: night; prayermeeting Weduesday night.
uiulay-scliooia:.iU a. in.
lt.mtist.n.-. A. D. Phillips, pastor,
SnniHv liHxninL' and
'..lit. 1'rnviT meetintr evcrv Wednesday
p.inht. Sunday school 0:30 a. m.
rill.VNCERY Sits 4th Monday in Mayand
) .ltd Mondav in November; w . b. Jitar
:.Mi, Chancellor; J. C. Riles, Clerk.
rtlRCUIT Sits 1st Tlninlny after Second
U Monday iu January and May, and 3rd
Monday in September. M. U. Muallman
.'udue; W. V. Whitsou, Attorney-General
:. W. Smith, Clerk.
"10UNTY Sitsby quorum 1st Monday in
U every month; full eourtevery quarter
i'. M. Womnel;. Esc. Cliairinan : A. R
' lammcr, Clerk.
AT1IER COUNTY OFFICIALS-1. I
J Rheay, Sherill'; W. W. Mulliean, Regis
:r:Wm. O. Ettei, Trustee and Tax Col
'.-dor; JohuF. St. John, Tax Assessser
i'. F. IiruKter. Ranger; I. L. Uhony
J. viler; W. X. Mitchell, CouutySuperintem
e;itof Public Instruction.
XTUNICIPAL OFFICEllS-Mayor, VV
itl C. Womnek. Aldermen, Geo. W, Ifood
i-npvl, .lnhn 1. i?iles, I. W. Smith, J. E
.'cues. Th os. liluek. C. H. Scales; Recorder
.". W. Smith: Treasurer. .1. E. Jones; Mar
-:ml, II. P. Maxwell.
T,1 & A. M. Warren No. 125 1st Thursday
1. . uiu'lit in evcrv month, iu their hall over
: he court room. J. G. M (il'IliK, W. M
nOYAL ARC II CIIAPTER-3r Thurday
IV night in every month.
W. W. Faihuasks, II. P
I O. O. F. McMinnville, N'o. 14G;ivery
i. Tuesday night, in their ball over W otn
.t Colvulc s store.
T. S. Ai;i.l:n.K, N. (
S. T. Lively. Sec.
Rebekah Degree, meets First Thursday
-ii srht in each month.
Mr.s. J. II. Siiki:rill, Secretary.
"NIGHTS OF HONOR Mountain City,
i No. 140; moetsin Masonic hall2d and
ith Monday nijihtsin every month.
L'llos. l!l.ACK.Re. W. G. lllUTTAIN, D.
I7NIGHTS AN D LADY'S HONOR 2nd
.lint 4th Thursday nights in cerv niontli
S. 1 . I.ivilLY, P.
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A Mule Breeder on Mules.
It Is a very .sijrnificunt fact that the
best places to find expensive good
mulen are those celebrated for the
prod net ion of good horses. In all
probability, mule breeding pays
better than horse breeding; the
young mule requires less trouble to
raise and brings a higher price. The
mule is u beast of burdeon ami
and nothing more. They are sure
footed and have strong limbs and
hard hoof's, which do not, like those
of a horse, dry up under the in
fluence of heat, and a quick, sol id
step. Mules step longer than the
horse, and have a remarkable power
of going up or down steep places and
of cleverly turning sharp corners,
sure on the worst of roads, quite, easy
to please as regards food, tolerant of
heat and thirst, requiring drink less
often and in less amount than the
horse, more intelligent than usually
givpn credit for and susceptible of
attachment and amenable to good
treatment. He is a model animal of
transport. lie can be ridden, driven
or used for pack purposes, gives but
little trouble? over shoeing and may
be left unshod, behind for long
time without detriment.
The mule is rather choice in his
selection of water, and moist, cold
weather is unsuited to him. Though
ie exhibits a notable freedom from
disease, he suffers severely from spe
cific affections. He inherits the so-
iriety, patience, endurance and sure-
footeduess of the jack, and vigor,
strength and courage of the horse.
Making allowance for size, he carries
one-third more weight than the
lorso, hence is essentiully a pack an-
mal. Nebraska Farmer.
Dr. Feuner's (iolden llelief is war-
anted to relieve toothache, head
ache, neuralgia, or any other pain in
to 8 minutes. Also bruises,
wounds, wire cuts, swellings, bites,
burns, summer complaints, colic,
(also in horses,) diarrhoea, dtsentery
and llux. If satisfaction not given
money returned. For sale by J. I).
ate A: Co.
i . L .
The Toledo Weekly Blade Froe.
The proprietors of the Toledo
Made, the best known political
weekly ot the Lnueu Males, ;ire
making preparations to create a sen
sation this winter by sending a mil
lion specimen copies to as many
leaders in all parts of the Fnitod
States, who do not now take that
paper. To that end they invite every
body to send the ad reuses of asmany
icople as they care to, by postal card
or letter. Send one name, ten, twen
ty, one hundred or a thousand. A
many as you have time to write, on
ly take care to send correct addresses
of people that you know appreciate
good reading. It will cost but a lit
tle trouble, and the thousands who
receive sample copies will feel grate
ful. Send all the names and addres
ses you please to The PSlaiik, Tolc
Not a Bright Outlook.
The cotton question in the South
is becoming a somewiiat serious
problem; There is an abundant
crop, but tho planters in their desire
to sell all they can have over stocked
the market and consequently the
prices are exceedingly low, so low in
fact that those planters who are able
are holding their cotton Lack. Mis
sissippi, as far as quantity is concern
ed, is the largest cotton growing
State. Chas V. Ilichardson, former
ly of this city, but now giving his
extensive plantation in Mississippi
and Louisiana attention, is in the
city. He made the following state
ment yesterday to a Times reporter.
"As long as the present prices in cot
ton exist there need be iio", hope of
a better condition of financial affairs
in the South. The cotton crop was
unusually large this year. There
are not enough freight cars to send
it North, where a ready sale could
do secured atm the consequences is
that the Southern markets are stock
od. This, of course, brings about i
very low price.' ; i ne average price
for middling cotton is only about 7
coins per pound, i ntu enough cars
are put on the railroads or the price
goes up there need be no hope of a
slackening in the present money
stiingency. I have traveled consid
erably lately and find it dull every
where. The big business men them
selves do not hope for a better condi
tion of affairs until next spring. From
my observation I don't think mat
ters will eitsc up until after the next
lr. Fc-nner's Cough Honey will re
lieve any cough in one hour. Fqual
ly g' od for horses, liives energy and
strength. Money refunded if satN- i
faction not given. For s:i!e I.v J. I.
Tate A Co.
Thirty-six Tons of Pennies.
There are 72,K0i) pounds of pennies
encumbering the vaults of the Sub
Treasury. This is more than thirty
six tons, and the coins are still accu
mulating. There are 10,400 bags,
weighing seven pounds each. The
accumulation is partly the result of
tho general establishment of penny
in the slot machines. The head
quarters of the companies owning
thoe machines is in this city, and all
the pennies are therefore sent here
when the agents make their returns.
The companies thereupou unload
them upon the Sub-Treasury. The
Treasury Department will send these
pennies to be distributed among the
J. W. Yates, Tullahoma, Tenn.,
writes: "It does me good to praise
Botanic Blood Balm. It cured me
of an abscess on the lungs and asth
ma that troubled me two years and
that other remedies failed to benefit."
25 Cents a Month.
The Nashville Herald, every eve
ning and Sunday, thirty days in a
month for 2 cents per month. The
Herald is now under an entire new
management, and it is the aim to
make it the leading evening paper of
the great Southwest. Think of it, a
paper every day in the month for
less than u cent a day. The first
week at the reduced price, there
were 2,'-)o new subscriptions receiv
ed, and every mail now adds to the
list. Send cents, in either money
or stamps, bv mail t our risk, and
let vour name be registered for
month's subscription. Address
Tin-: IIkkatj) I'm. Co.,
Take Hood's Sarsaparilla.
All the Difference in the World.
She (suggestively) "Thpy say the
the little birds have all mated before
this." He "Yes; but bless you'
think how few expenses they have!',
For headaches, biliousness, consti
pation, dizziness, sleeplessness, the
blues, scrofula, the blood and all skin
eruptions Dr. Fenner's Blood and
Liver Bemedv and Nerve Tonic
never fails. Warranted to satisfy or
monev refunded. For sale by J. D.
Tate & Co., McMinnville, Tenn.
Harry "Stunning girl just passed,
eh, old boy ? Did you see her look
back to me?" Fred-" Yes; they say
it don't take much to turn a woman's
One hundred and llfty (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. Tate & Co.,
The Teunewee Mclhodist.
Wo have made an arrangement by
which we are enabled to club the
Tennessee Methodist and the Stan
dari) at $2. r0 per year for both pa
pers, or $1.2") for six months. The
Tennessee Methodist is the official or
gan of the Tennessee Conference, and
splendid church paper.
IS LIFE WORTH LIVING?
Not if you go through the world a
dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia
Tablets are a positive euro for the
worst forms of Dyspepsia, Indiges
iion, Flatulency and Constipation.
Guaranteed and' sold by W. II. Flem
Are kronen d.iw.i lVi,n , envoy'; or :v
cares j?rovvn's I ! Siinors
rebuilds the system. niV d!?etin. u nlaws ex
cess of bile, and cures icalnri'i. ' iet the geiiuiue.
"Did you run for office the other
clay V" asked Spriggins of a defeated
candidate. "No," said the candi
date, sadly, "I walked; the other fel
low ran." . . - -
Chamberlain's ' Eye and Skin
A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eyes,
Tetter, Salt llhcum, Scald Head, Old
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Trairio Scratches, Soro Nipples
and Files. It is coo'ing and soothing.
Hundreds of cases bavo been cured by
it after all other treatment had failed'
It is put up in 25 and 00 cent boxes.
For Sale I'y Ititehey it Dostick.
The greatest cold on record was at
Jakontask, Siberia, .January i", I Si2i,
when tested spirit thermometers ran
uown to -. decrees poiow the zero
point of Fahrenheit.
Mr. Wilkeison, of Obion county,
killed a hog lat week that had a
Subscribe for the Staxpakp, $1.
i o.; pvsrr.fsi
I s:- li'iui!M lri.il IUllrr.
I'Uysirl.iiK n-t ,,: rur!'il
i. a'l.Ti kr'i :l. ?1 i-i T I .oU!.-.
h:i- trade-mai k :itii fV- . t icdtiuoson wiapj'
Unusually large sowings of wheat
are reported from nil over West Ten-;
nessee and the cotton crop next year j
will be reduced proportionately.
A lo year old girl named B.n kie
Parker is reported lo have killed 0'5
rattlesnakes in one day while bunt
ing ginseng on the mountains of East
Forty thousand cases of enilu"nz.i,
or la grippe, are now reported in the
city of Berlin.
Aluminum ore is reported to have
been discovered in large quantities
and unusual richness in New Mexico.
Brazil has 200,()!K) square miles
more of territory than the United
West Tenn. Whig: There is no
dodging the road question if you
would. You either have to pay a
tax for good roads or else settle with
the blacksmith, the harness maker or
the repair shop.
The colored people of Richmond,
Va., have inaugurated a movement
to erect a monument to ex-President
Lincoln in that city.
C.ibson county niudo a quarter of a
million dollars out of its fruit and
vegetable crops last spring ami sum
Isn't one Sarsaparilla as good as
another? No! No!! No!!!
Don't think it Don't for a moment
think it. If you want Hull's Sarsaparilla,
demand it and tako no other. It contains
ingredients that are not found in any other
sarsaparilla. These very ingredients that
make it different from other sarsaparillas
are tho most important. In fact, essential
to its curative virtue. Omit them and
Hull's Sarsaparilla would be as inert as
tho many interior preparations of sarsapa
rilla found in many drug stores, llutl'i
fciar?aparilla contains no unimportant in
gredient. Each ingredient used is chosen
for its beneficent elk-ct upon the human
'Dr. dOWn BULL'S
lystcni. Comoined, 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, and in a word, by infusing new
strength and life, completely rejuvenates
every part and makes one feel altogether
like a new person.
Elmer Hodson, Alvaretto, Tex., writes:
"My strength nnd health hud 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
tottering. 1 felt myself growing prema
turely old, nnd my face began to look
pinched and shrivelled. I suffered con
siderable, wxs restless at night, very ner
vous, and growing very melancholy. My
eyes were sore und I kid catarrh. I tried
many tonics, and bitters nnd blood puri
fiers, but failed to get better. I finally
IS THE BEST!
bought six bottles of Hull's Sarsaparilla,
and before I had used it all I felt like
another man. My strength and health
improved, pimple3 and sores disappeared
from my person, aches and stiff ioints left
me, and I consider myself a well person."
B"Thero is no other remedy so pleasant
to take and so sure in its plied as Pr. Hull's
Worm Destroyers. Price 25 cents.
BThnre Is one. cliill remedy whoso ef
fect is a certainty, ll linn been tested in
mauv thousands severe cases nnd never
known to fail. It is called Smith's Tonio
Syrup. Tako no other.
John' P. Park & Sons, M'holemle Agentt,
173. 177audiD 'camoro St., Cincinnati, Q,
For the Ailments of
IN MAN hei"r-atism, Sprains, Bruises,
' ' I Iflli Swellings, Soreness, Stiffness,
Sore throat. Weak Back, Cramps, Corns,
Bunions, Warts, Insect Bites, Frost Bites,
Pains, Aches, Pains in the Back, Bre:ct or
Side ; Wounds, Cuts, Hurts, etc.
IN RFAQT sPav-n- Plint- P.ingbons.
Ill DLA3I Scratches. Bruises, Wird
Galls, Strains, Swellings, Swiney, Soreness,
Stillness, Harness and Saddlc-hurlE, Knots,
Lame Back, Stiff Joints, Puffs, etc.
No Stock Eaiser Eliould Ie Yi;!:c7.t !.
SITRI.OCK, NEAT, & CO.. Fro; s..
O Nashville, tenn.
We Can't do it
but are willing to pay for learning how to
niuke ua good an articlo as Wolff's Acme
ISlackinu of cheap material so that u
retailer can profitably sell it at 10c.
Our price is 20c.
Tho retailer says tho public will not pay
it Wo say tho public will, liecauso tney
will ahvavs pay a fair price for a good
articlo. To show both tlio trado and tho
public that wo want to give them tbe beat
for the least money, wo will pay
For nlxivo information ; this offer is open
until January 1st, 1803.
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
Pik-Ron Is the name of a paint w hlch
does work that no other paint can do. A'ew
u'lMil painted with It looks like tho natural
wood when it Is stained and varnished.
PAINTERS AND BUILDERS
will find It profitable to lnvestlgato.
paint sioreg leu lb
pAS Scientific American
J'CSl, Agency for
vt ntr tii
s5 OesiCN PATENTS
For Information ana froe Hnndboolc wrlto to
mi;nn e co.. bhoadway, new yoiik.
OldcKt burnnu for sooiirtiiR put cut b Id A merles.
Kvery jmtetit tuknii out by us la brouitlit befnro
the publlo by a nutlce given free of cbuve in the
Lnreest elreulnt.'.on of any scientific paper In the
world. Splendidly llliwtrntecl. No lntelliirent
mini should be without It. Weekly, iK.'i.OM a
ymirj $1.50 six months. Address MUNN & CO.
lUbUBHKiis, 8611)ruadway,Now York.
A POPULAR FAMILY.
Jessie: " How is it, Knte.tlmt you always
eora to 'cntcii on 'to the lust new thing? lo
what I may, you always avoiu to set uheud
Kate : " I don't know! I certainly do not
make any exertion in that direction."
Jennie: " Well, during the Inst tow months,
for example, you have tukeu up painting,
without any teacher ; you ciimn to tho re?euo
when Mi.-is Lilurso dosertfd her Hcl-nrieeliis
Bo Biidilenly, mid eoi'tuinly we arc all linproy
inu-in irrtK-e uniler youi-intnu t:i ii : I lieanl
you tcllinij Tommy Panics List, cruinu how
his cltlli imi'lo iinstliliCH 111 l'iayir;! la.i-liall:
you seem t) he up on til! tlx- laii-st ' fans,' anil
tnow just what lo do miller all circu instances:
you entortnin heaiitil'ully: end in the lust
month you liuvo iiu proved o in hcaltii.owinjr,
yon tell me, to your physical eiilti;rccTcises.
When; do yiai net nil of your inlorniation
from in this littlu om-of-tho wuy plaeo'r tor
you never tro to the t ity."
Katb: "Wliy, Jennie, you will make me
Vain. I have (aily one source of information,
but it is surprising how it meets uii wanin. I
very whl iin hear of unytliintr new but wlut
the next few days la-inif mo full inlorniation
on the subject. Slutrie? No I Miiijazinel
Aii'l u irreat treasure It is to ill nil, for it
really furnishes the readinir for the whole
household: father has i.iven up Ills mnmizino
that he has taken lor eur-i, sis ho says this
nno ifivrs moi-e u:id belter information on
tho subjects of tho tiny; and mother says
that it is that llial. mali s her such a famous
housekeeper, la fact, we nil usrn-c that it li
the only really hmii.v nmaino published,
US we Imvo sent lor s imples of till of them.
aul liii'l tiiaioii'j is t.;l men. anolhcr nil
lor women, and another for children only,
While this ono nuil.-i exery ono if us; po we
only need to taUn ono instcd of pevernl, nnd
thut is where tho economy coires In, for it is
onlv S:MK) a vear. I'i riiaps you think I tun
too'laviiih in iny praise; but 1 will let you see
ours, or, better still, S"iid 10 cents lo the pull
lMier, W. Jenninrf Demorcst, 1.1 Tast 1 tt Ii
Btreet, New Vork, for a sample copv, nnd I
shall nlwava consider that 1 havo dono you
a (treat favor ; and may be you will lie cuttinu;
us out. as you sav we havo tho reputation of
being the best informed family iu town. If
that be bo, it in licmorcst's Family Mutfuzlue
that does it."
We will send the Soi tiieI'.x Standaek
and Demorest's Magazine both one jear for
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M'hili; it also includes all laiaor ilepiirlnients
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Kntniuolojrv, l(ee-Keeiinc, (.Ireenhouse and
(irnpery, Ve'erinany KeilieK, I-'ti rut Ques
tions and Answers, fireside l!eadin, Jio
identic Economy, nnd a summitry of the
News of the Week. Its Makkkt P.f.ports
nre unusually complete, and much attention
is paid to the Prospects of the Crops, o
throwing lisjht upon one of the most import
ant of all f!ietions Whein lo Jhiiund U'lim
In Sell. Il is libernllv Illustrated, mid bv
15ECENT ENLARGEMENT, contains more
readinj; matter than ever before. The
subscription Price is ?2. 50 per vear, hut we
oiler a SPECIAL REDUCTION in our
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