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McMINNVILLE,
TENNESSEE.
enter her protest against that particular "y J3QHON,
ionium vi wio luuurire uuuinuo wnicu
hag loner out-lived the Doliticnl occasion
of Mr. Monroe's message of 1823, and McCOltl), BOOMER & CO.,
8ATUKDAY, APRIL 24, 188X
IIORITIO SEYMOUR'S CAREER.
TVhy Ills Present Nomination is Be
C , s ninnded.
From tit New York Sun.
Is it necessary that a man should be
a candidate in, order to be nominated
for the Presidency? Has the office
Bunk so low that no roan is to be con
eidcred available for it unless he has
pot a machine in operation to capture
it?,,, ijoratio .Seymour was never a
candidate for anything. Every office
he has held came to him unsought. As
far back as 1845, he was talked of for
speaker of the assembly. Silas Wright
was Governor. Mr. Seymour went to
aim and said: "ily name has been
mentioned for speaker. If it will em
barrass your administration in the slight
est degree to have me occupy that
place, or if for any reason you prefer
that another candidate should be clio-.
gen, just say the word and I will retire
from the field.". But Wright did uot
say the word and Seymour was elected
In 1&50, hea the two hostile wings of
theDemocracy came together iu the
State, Seymour was nominated for
Governor. But he was not a candidate
then. In 1852 he was re-nominated
aud elected, bat without an effort on
his own part, and hardly with his own
consent. Iu 1854 he was very anxious
to retire, but was driven into running
again. The only time that he ever de
sirred,., an office (even if he did then)
was'iu 1862. He saw and appreciated
the ' necessity of leading the party in
the right direction on, the war Lwue
He was a Union man, and he was re
solved that the democracy of New
York should be a Union party, what
ever it cost. He ran willingly and was
elected. But iu 18C4 he unqualifiedly
refuses & re-nomination. It was only
when. McCltllan's freinds peremptorily
demanded that he should sacrifice al
persoual considerations to the good of
. i . ..... . ' ' . . .
the cause,, tnat lie consented to , stand,
Nowninn whojollowed the course of
events in. 1 63 needs to be told that
Uov.beymour was not then a caud
date "for, the Presidency, The nomi
nation was forced upon him in a way
that admitted of no honorable with
drawal, and he consented to run. II
will r!ot now engage in scramble for the
Presidential" nomination. If' others
want the place, they can have
for him. He meets all overtures
with the frank and truthful statement
that he U uot a candidate. But if the
convention nominates him, he will not
decline. That is his position, as defin
cd by Senator Kenmn and others whose
relations with nun are most intimate
and who have never yet been mistak
en in regard to his true position. He
is indisputably the strongest man iu
the party, lor thirty years he was
the friend and associate of Tilden. There
has never been a difference between
them on questions of public policy,
lie suppurtede Tilden in his fight aginst
Tweed and in his war on the canal
ring. With the exception of a little
knot of personal followers, Tildeu's
friends are hw friends. Moreover, he
can lirilteln his support the entire dem-
ocratio party." His nomination would
bejso wise' that unless Mr. Tilden js
bent on sacrificing success to his griev
ance, it will come about in the natur
al order of events.' -
which has absolutely identified the
Monroe doctrine, in the minds and in
the passions of the American people,
with the assertion of our true national
position in the New World. The only
thing which led intelligent Americans
thirty years ago to tolerate the Clay ton
Bulwer convention was the plea made
for it by the American negotiators who
had blundered into the concessions out
of which it arose; that it involved a
recognition bj Great Britain of the
Monroe doctrine so far, at least, as con
cerned any attempt at extending the
colonial empire of Great Britain on the
shores of Central America. This plea
was blown to the winds within two
years by the conduct of the British
Government in regard to the . Buy
Islands, conduct which led Mr. Marcy,
in a dispatch to Mr. Dallas, dated May
24, 1856r to inform the British Minis
try through him that "the act of Her
Majesty's Government in establishing,
in apparent contradition to the express
letter of the convention of 1850, a col
ony at Bay Islands, has left a disagree
able impression on the minds of the
Government and the people of the
United States." This dispatch seems
to have escaped the attention of Mr.
Wlwlmile Dealers in
GLOVES
..AND..
H. H. FAULKNER & GO.
.HAVE OPENED THEIR.
SPRING & SUMMER TRADE
.IN.
JVb. 223 Main Street,
Louisville, -
anlf-bm. - y
EMILY TRIPP,;
fil 11 1
(Successor
..to...
.DEALER IN...
LOUIS V
TRIPP,)
.
PIANOS
.AND.
.lj varus m:u lie wus pri'puruig ms re- -w-v vj a mT" fH
cent reply to a resolution of Congress, a I t-i I A
.and all kinds of.,
It will not escape the attention, how-
ever,ive suspect, either of Congress or
'hack i,,.,f "n. i. ii.k.o
able impression on the minds of the MlrS ItjAL (jUULu
I 1 I it TT 1 w
uovernmeni ana people o; me uuueu
DRY GOODS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
NOTIONS to suit Everybody's Notion,
V
...OF ALL SIZES AND STYLES,...
BOOTS, SHOES & HATS
FOR MEN, BOYS and CHILDREN,
HARmVARE, PL01VS, CARI)E AMI Mill TOOLS,
Groceries and Provisions,
... Country Produce Bought ami Sold....
CALL AT THE OLD STAND-
mar274y II. II. FAULKNER & CO.
Biay55n'S. .F. Pennebaker has retired from the firm, and recommends his
successors under the same firm name,
Compare our matchless low prices with old style-,
houses and you will find you will save 15 to "
25, per cent.
MORFORD & CO.
Invite the attention of the citizens of lVanxn and
adjoining counties to their unusually Large v.
SPEING STOCK OF DEY GOODS,
Consisting of ..V
Furnishing Good sv
HOSIERY, GLOVES,
Embroideries, Laces, Corsets, .
Fans, Parasols, Umtrellas, Neck Wear, Veiling Husliing, Towels, Napkins'
' Table Damask, Eod Spreads, Cross Buttons, Trimmings,' Eibbons" 1 ' ;
" 1 . AND
l?"jmey IVotioiiw of TiiiitlH. r
-OUR STOCK OF-
Gents and Boys Clothings
-IS UNUSUALLY LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE.
BSrGIVE VS A CALL-WILL HE GLAD TO $EE Y0U.-&1
rtinrL'7
.Also Publisher of.,
States" by the conduct of Great Britain
in 1852 and 1856 will now be revived
with considerable emphasis by the tone
which the leading organs of British
opinion seem to be disposed to take in
commenting upon what one of them is
good enough to describe 89 "the haugh
ty and almost defiant resolution of the
A.merican Hause- of Representatives."
The people of the United States have
not claimed, and they do not as now
advised propose to cbum, an equal
voice with Great Britain in "securing
the freedom of the existing waterway
between the Red Sea and the Mediter
ranean." They are perfectly well aware
that Great Britain pretends to a special
and predominant share in the control
of that waterway in virtue of what she
regards as its vital importance to the
safety of her Easf Indian empire, and
they have at present no interest which
makes it worth while for them to ascer
tain whether this nretension of Great
Britain is or is not supported by "the Sll6 Of HOUSG SUM! L()t
law ot nations, iiut the people ot the
United States do claim, and they mean
to ascert. not au "eaual voice" but a S.F.rennebuker and wife v. John W.Stone
., . , and others,
paramount voice iu lue couiroi 01 any
proposed waterway between the two
great American seas. There is no great
probability that this claim of the United
Sheet Music.
B-MUSICAL CAKINETS, Oil-
GUINETTES, and all other kinds
of Mechanical Organs that render
the most diilicult music easily
played hy anybody, a specialty.
Send for Circular to 161 4th Avenue
Louisville, - Ky.
xmmm wm mmdhy
111011 1 ILLU U.llUUtJ IVilllillllt
NASHVILLE, TENN.
TIIH. K. MAItll, IM-es't.
Buy and sell Gold, Silver. United State.
State, Count v, City and Kuilioad Bonds, and
L neurrent Money.
Money loaned on collaterals at reasonable
rates.
Interest allowed on Deposits, when left
for a specified time. feb-28-ly
IN WARREN COUNTY COURT.
.OP THE.
Latest Styles and. Finest Make
CTManufuPtured ana Imported 1 yj
M. B. HARWELL, McMinnville,
COXSlSTtyQ, OJp".,.WM'..
Bedsteads, Bureaus, Dressing Cases, Wardrobes, Tables,
book: cases, desks, SECRETARIES;
ALL. MADE Oil IMPORTED TO ORDER !
WORK
The nicest IIEARSE in
Done at lowest rates, and attended hy Mr. Harwell iu person
the mountain district
Every style of Ilurj ing Vase from the Fintit Cincinnati Cusket to the commonest
wooden coffin. SA TJSFA CTIOy G UA RA XTEED.
All Carpenter's work done to order and on most, accommodating
terms. mar7
SADDLERY STOIIE.
England and the Monroe Doctrine.
i r. !
New York World.
' It is probably true, as the leading
journal of the Government party in
Great Britain says, that at the present
time any canal through the Isthmus of
Darien, "whatever route it may take
and by whomsoever it may be made,
will be used when complete more by
British shipping than by the vessels of
all other natious put together, not ex
cluding France and the United States."
This,ould not, however, have been
true liud such a canal been constructed
twenty years or so ago, when a Demo
cratic President of the United States,
contemplating the probability of ys
construction, gave I'almerston pretty
plainly to understand that the United
btates were even then in the mood to
put an end at onoe to the mischievous
and entangling Iiulwer-Clay ton con
ft 1 m r ,- v n n
vcutton ot.,' isou.k .in ,i8t)U toe mer
chant marine of the United States had
overtaken and was fastoutgrowing the
merchant marine of Great Britain. It
ia not the intention of the people of the
United-Bute to acquiesce in the pet
niunenee of lhu conditions under which
we liive'sjnce' 18G0 permitted Great
Britaiu to recover all or more than al
of the ground lost by her before that
date, and it will bo well for those who
are charged jtjth .conducting the pub
luiJifltrfrTof Great Britain to bear this
in mind in dealing with the attitude
which has been deliberately assumed
by the President of the Unitied States
and by Congress upon this question of
the inter-occanio canal, nhen th
Ivuidnn Timfi declares tha ''Monroe
doctrina, even in its most restricted
hat, has never 'been admitted into
the law of nations," it merely recalls
. the attention of Americans to the fact
that England iu 1823 made haste to
Slates being calmly and firmly ad
vanced, will be seriously contested, and
there is no possibility at al) that it can
be successfully contested, by any other
country. Our British contemporaries
are hardly discreet and dignified, there
fore, when they hotly call upon the
British Government to "watch and if
necesnary to resist this claim."- The
oniy effect likely to be produced by
such language in this country will be
to lead Congress at once into co-opera
ting effectually with the President,
who has taken up his position with
equal precision and moderation, in se
curing a thorough revision of any "ex
isting treaties" under which any Europe
an power whatever may pretend to au
"equal voice" with the United States
concerning matters as to which no Euro
pean power whatever can pretend to
an equal interest with the United
States.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE REXDER
ed in the above limned cause, at the
April term. 1880, of the Warren County
Court, I will oiler for sale at public auction
to the highest bidder, at the court house
door iu the town of McMinnville, Teun., on
Saturday, the 8th day of May,1880,
the house and lot mentioned and described
in said cause, situated in the town of Mc
Minnville, Tenn., and bounded as follows,
to-wit, on the west by Chancery Street, on
the north by the lot of J. 8. Maddux, east
by the lunds'of John 11. French, and south
bv locust street j containing about two acres.
Minimum valuation of said house and lot
seven hundred and fifty dollars.
entvfive dollars cash, which must be paid JLi.iUUL -I I L. 1111 HJLxlUL KJIUlft J.VLI 1 LIIUU
on day of sale. Notes with approved secu
rity for balance of purchase money. This
the 10th day of April, 188a
SAM llkMJliliaus, Clerk.
aprlO 4w Uv J. II. honnKsoN, D. C.
W. S, MADDUX & CO.
Manufacturers of-
and Wt'iiAWJNESS.
InclnfiiBE ErerytiiiDa W&i to Epiii a Lafly or Gentleman for Horse Back Rifling
And all the Findings Necessary for Fitting tip Work of all Descriptions.
' Also, Upper, Sole and Harness Leather.
.. .A.11 Shop "Work 'Guaranteed..-
1anl7tf
IFiglied Cash Prices Paid for Hides of all Kinds, and Fur Skins.
J. M. ROHINSON.
GEO. C. NORTON.
G. II. MOURNING.
jio QK JcliaMoi
TIME TRIES ail PROVES ILL THINGS.
Thisls true of the Time-tried and Well-teBted
BLACKSMITH
and
Wood -work Shop
...OF...
J.P.GARTNER,
AT THE
Old Stand on Spring St.,
Where he will he pleased to serve the pub
lic in .
First-class Work
BY SKILLED WORKMEN
-in the manufacture of the-
Jllountain City Wagons,
SPRING WAGONS,
AU Kinds of..,,..
BUGGIES and VEHICLES.
CSaH Kind ofCO
BLACICSMITJIING.
Painting and Repairing
Done on short notic and at reasonable
j.riees. Thankful to the public for the long
run of work and confidence he hu received,
he now respectfully invites a continuance
of the same when he is -better prepared to
accommodate all who apply.
mr27-6n J. P. OAKTXER.
This standard article is compound
ed with the greatest care.
Its effects are as wonderful and as
satisfactory as ever,
It restores gray or faded hair to its
youthful color.
It removes all eruptions, itching
and dandruff. It gives the head a
cooling, Boothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by its use
becomes white and clean. '
By its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak
ing the hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing has been
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assayer
of Massachusetts, says, "The con
stituents are pure, and carefully se
lected for "excellent quality ; and I
consider it ' the Best Preparation
for its intended purposes."
Price, One Dollar
- . --.ft
Buckingham's Dyo
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may be
relied on to change the color of the
beard from gray or any other undesir
able shade, to brown or Mack, at dis
cretion. It is easily applied, being in
one preparation, and quickly and ef
fectually produces a permanent color,
which will neither rub nor wash off.
Nanufactored by R. P. HALL & CO.
NASHUA. N.H. (
fell f is SrcfjUti, M Buisrt la XsilstMf
j J. M. KOBINSON & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of
Dry Goods & lotions
aprlO-flt
Kos, 211 AND 213 MAIN STREET, CORNER SIXTH,
LbuisviL.r
8. 1). TOMrKKS.
LAWRENCE JUUDLEY.
TOMPKINS & BRADLEY,
(Successors to Jos. T. Tompkius A Co.,) .!
2 Sixth Street, LOUISVILLE. KY.,
70 and 7
DEALEKS IX---
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods &nd Notions.
Solicit a Liberal Share of the General Trade.
April 10, 1880. , .U :'..4 c.:s i-P10-2m
; HALLS, HOOPER' & MITCIIEIl,
OF
LEGAL DLArXKS
Ot all kinds orally printed at the Standard
office at low rates'aod on abort notice. Be
L. W. HALL,
r. S. llALL,
. , ... j. i. -mi!., ,w I ti. v. nuurr.K,
VhcrV 8 i-v-.-.....-.-.. H MITCHELL.
f BOOTS AND SHOES
No. 2 City Hotel Block, r;
. JfASHVILiE, TENN. '
apr l0-6mj
AND
fhiinlr filnlnn mul f
Jim dim QM
THE CINCINNATI CONVENTION
Ilio ISToiuiiiocH,
WOMACK & COLVILLE.
i Their Platform,:
Free Trade and Sailor's Rights,
i n rra. ni
nnn TTnnmr
. .;
Jfr. Womack lias just returned from Cincinnati nnd has bouelit and brouehb '
to McMinnville, without nreiiidicini; the claims of Tilden. Seymour or an
other candidate, , ."
THE FINEST STOfK OF 11111' GOODS I HE C0C1IS 01 Till SEASON!
While the convention will have to deal with some hard questions in b wooing
and giving bout, Womaek & Colville will deal in . ; . ., , .. t
hardware: and queensware,
A V Ur V T. T A
For LatlieSi G ents and Children. -
m is -c- i . -. . a' rv . .
11UIS, VJlUtlllll xuuoiis,
The Fined Line of Drees Good ter Lroyyht to 3a?id.., t ;
l.V -HH.HllH "HI Sl 11' 11 (V ! lltll M1"" J It fc 11 Villi V I 1 V 1 1 1) Tl
Grecuhuck, National Currency or nny other good pupt-r together with n kudn o4 . '
COUNTRY PnODTJOE, r.X
BSrA good place to trade the old stand opposite the Wurreu Houjse. . C
. .. J -1
Ifli fi.ili bORfifllPil!;
.(o)
Yes the' Centennial Furniture, 1 not that the Furniture itself- is. a huiidrtd ;
years old hut made in the latter part of the lli'h century upon the accumula
ted experience aird improvements of mechanical tkill for 100 years, and in tbi -
J. P. Lively takes tlieIeai,
and is at the 1 ''''.'
HEAD OF THE TRADE!::'
(o) ;
He now offers at lowest rates in Mi'Minuvillc, the
Excclnidr Cotton Top Matrc8sc
AND
unsurpnHsed by any tiling of the kind ever invented cheaper, better and more luxurioua
than the feather bed, which is saying a good di al, hut iiuverthelexH it in true. Try tlieml"'
A FULL STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE
kept and made to order. AIro the best homu-niude and imported Cliaira. Window 8aah '
aucj Picture Frames, nil nt lowest fijjurcs 1 Also . ,. ;
UNDERTAKER'S WORK
t.. n II .... . 1 u..r.. t.: . . '.
piiBii auciuicu in ((cifliui mm u urat iiikioc niui omo iTiver hiiu teniti. lie keepi a DnQ
lot ot t,ity lasKfts ana v.oiiins at the low tut possible prices, lie mire to call on him b
foie purchasing and examine for yourselves. iSutisfaetiou gnui-anteed in till cases
. .... . i . . J. I'. LIVELY.
jie means to muse tne irnne iivny nnu i.trny trades at low figures I
3EerCouutry l'roducc tnken in exchance at'liiulics.
r . -..v.a ui-via
T. P. BURROUOIJS.
J. 8. BURROUGHS.
THE BEST IN AMERICA.
ThQ'B3ingJ;Qf .the:' Field,
Oliver Chilled ;ow,
Sold in McMinnville
fil Tf "HTTTiTI ATTMTTrt
a. j:. nunrv.iiiiiTi-irs &r . pnn
-HEADQUARTERS FQ?
Groceries, Hardware, Iron & F'
' ' t
Waggon and Buggy iluhs, Spok-''
3?tiintH ii
S" Beware of Spuriuus IraiLitiong ai
tfVry plow you buy. " '
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