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I v - boomer & co..
n! . I..-. v
sun, imii wuaSy
to (ha holii.B loll.. .
pugh crngs nf,,., curren't break(
FaiVA and TForit
.lieae, in fact, gel-
tany great distance
k'Tt CIO CtC I J 1 LI I1IH
a dry rot. The
oned in li is bodv
in fruit a anA viJa
Vth nil his i,entnl
nut endure the
jupartof hid earthly ten
with what philosophy
hour when the cancerous
H a viuu point. Tins
many years; it may
. The traditions of
no); point to ay individ-
urtfiiereby the patient
,r. 7'- .' . .
jr fever so tamt a hope. It
)wcruis.f J be inscribed over the portal
'Iowjpe who enter here leave all
, were five of us in the party
drove out through the hot streets
d the 'forbidding suburb facing
c-Dr.; Burgess, an American
ysiciiiu and United States
jar; an invalid doctor from
lit TtlirPA imii'iTillvta Hon
fti-o is located iust where, in n mure
t.V.i-,-., i.a i i e . i .
siuiil vuy, we miglll iook ior a Dig
Jrospunius hotel. It looks out
'trw low houses upon the fair
naroora mouth, ana
its unfettered waves
the northward, dash-
ny almost to its walls.
founded by a philan-
in a trifle of two
d was restored in
:quest of nciphbor-
always afforded an
for its support, but
the government has
of property, and
''not so good."
a large quad-
a chapel. A
dniiSthe wards of the men
unci the women. nntpi-firl thn main
v uimi unem uixt. j ne lending peculi-i-.
....p.i . . ...
. may oi uifi nrsi patients met loitering
hi the corridors was a claylike appear
ance of the skin and a depression or
u caving in of the nasal portion of the
Cicu. " The nostril flnd lobes of the ear
Ne globular and boles were formed
i&ejM-'brows. The voices of the
'vefefr early all change!-
:oner is a military title that is
lusable, especially in the South.
w . . . -
rartot America. The salutation.
W morning, Colonel." alwava
. . . - ... --j-
teets with a smiling response. It
makes not a nartmln nf am
whether a eftizen has been in the mili
tary line or not. He never failijtore
spond to the address of "Colonel."
"Hello, Colonel 1" pronounced in a
njodf rately loud tone of voice oa Main
street and every citizen within hearing
ot the words would res)ond, thinking
himself personally addressed. One
reason for the almost universal custom
is that the word "Cukn"is easier to
pronounce than "Mister And
then, in the whirl of business, one for
gets sometimes the names of acquaint
ances, and the handy "Colonel" conies
in to supply all deficiencies in that re
spect, and wten once the habit of
styling an awjiviintnce a "Colonel" is
lormed, the habit sticks closer than a
brother. Another reason, not to be
lightly considered, is that there is just
the lauite8t suspicion of rank connect
ed with the title. It is true, it is only
a bare suspicion. But unless a person
has been intimately associated with the
"Colonel" for the past twenty years.
there will always remain a shred of
belief that possibly, iu the remote past
the reputed "Colonel" might have seen
service at the head of at leait a regi
ment of home guards. Two classes of
citizens are, however, wholly exempt,
while another class is only partially en
titled to receive the honorable title.
Doctors and preachers are never called
"Colonels," but every lawyer who is
uot styled a "Judge" is a "Colonel."
The right of editors to the title is un
disputed, and they are all "Colonels."
without exception. ' With the excep
tion uf doctors and preachers, everv
nitizen, is "liable, some time or other, to
be styled a "Colonel." The slightest
notariety of any sort is quite sufifcieut
to convert a very modest and peaceable
citizen into a full blown "Colonel."
The chairmanship of a ward meeting
has been known to make a younz poli
tician a life long "Colonel." Another
citizen, who has come off first best in a
tussej wth the Monroe street "tiger,"
has ever after been known as the "Col
onel. While it is hard on the "Colo
nels" who have seen service at the
head of regiments, in real war, yet it
must be confessed that there would be
a big hiatus in this world of military
titles, if the word was strictly confined
to a designation of those only who are
or have been, some time or other, sura
"Colonels." Memphis Avon.
Grout Declines a Gift.
New York Herald.
,?The Mexicans are telling all sorts of
pries about the meanness of General
nant. When the party arrived at thn
charming mountain of Orizaba, a col
eadero, or twisting of bulls' tails, was
given in honor ot the ex-president.
the performers was ft woman.
Mounted upon a fine mustaiic.
rnied many surprising feats of
tnanship. Gen. Grant expressed
iimiration of her prowess and
the horse. In the usual Span
e. the latter was at once oflered
tlw general, who accepted it. It
Avas, however, pointed out to him that
must make ome present in return,
(i rather than do so he'sent the horse
-pU)g.K lite as
. "H condit;ona it
hese breatliiog skeletons,
pose whs the attitude of
picture of Dore's illustra
'itirno could -.overdraw a
js. Enough 'of this. It
test relief that we walked
pleasant garden, planted
iis in id figs, flud entered the
rd, under the'uidance of a
out Mother jSuperior. All
her and her staff of nuns,
r lipre among the hopeless,
heir fainting steps upward
through the heat of years
Hhe sufferings "tf those with
v i r -appointed to live. The
i women were but a rep
""j9 the rectangle. A
l boads, some sew-
i and furrouud-
TIME TRJES ana PROVES ALL THINGS.
This li true of the Time-tried and Well-tested
Wood -work Shop
Old Stand on Spring St,
Where be will be pleased to serve the pub-
- . , lie in
' -BY SKILLED WORKMEN
-in the manufacture of the-
Mountain City Wa$07is,
AU Kindt of.
RTiUfiTKS nnd YEHIfUVES.
J C2J nil Kinds ofO
Painting and Repairing
Don on ihort notice and at reasonable
prices. Thankful tothe poblio for the long
uu of work and conf5nce he has received.
l! e.nowrev?-fcuIr iivitfsa continuance
Wlwlemle Dealers in
: ' . i
No. 223 Main Street,
Louisville, - Ky
H. H. FAULKNER & GO
HAY? OPENED THEIR.
SPRING & SUMMER TRADE
1 Ft fi m isj
.and all kinds of...
.Also Publisher of..
WMUSICAL 0A1JIXETS, OR
GUIXETTES, and all other kinds
of Mechanical Organs that render
the most dillicult music easilv
played by anybody, a specialty.
Se)id for Circular to 161 ith Amnio
Louisville, - Kv
TIIOH. H. MAlUt, Pres't.
Ruv ami sell filll.l Silvor T'nita.l Bl.l..
. ) -' " ' . ' 1 WUtlCI1
htnte, County, City uud Kailroad Eonds.niid
Money loaned on culliiternls at reaonnhli
Interest allnwed nn T)pnnila rUn Inft
ior a sneciueil tune. feb-28-ly
Sale of House and lot
IN WARREN COV'XTY COURT.
8. F. Pennebnker and wife tj. John V. Stpn?
TiY VIRTUE OF A DECREE TiFVUFP
in thn ubiivp tiilmnil itnima of tl.A
Atiril tl'rni. 1RS0. of I lip Wnrrun ' Pnn.ilu
n l t : 1 1 it l . . .
vuuri, i win unur ior suie iiifiuiilic auction
... iL . t- - .1 .I'll.. . . . .
iu me nignem umuer, ni i lie court nouse
uour iu the town of McMinuville, Tenn., on
Saturday, the 8th day of May, 1880,
the House and lot mentioned and described
in said cause, situated iu the town of Mo
Minnville. Tenn.. And hnniwlml u inllui
... 7 1 ......... iuiivfn.
tl'M'it.. Oil tllH U'Kl. llV (llianDurv Ktrnnt in
the north by the lot of J. S. Maddux, east
ny ne lupus, ot uoini n. r rcneli, and south
lv loeust street eoutiiiiiing about two acres.
Minimum viiluation of said house and lot
seven hundred and fifty dollars. ,
TERMS OF SALE. On a ereilit nf twplvo
and eighteen mouths, except the sum of seventy-five
dollars coU, which must lie paid
on. day of sale. Notes with aouroved seen-
nty for balauce of purchase money. This
the 10th duy of April, ItWO.
SAM HENDERSON. Cleric.
aprl0-4w Bv J. 11. Robkkson. D. C,
Ayer's Ague Cure,
-.'.r i he better prepared to
lorrtTO na Airub. intermittent irever,
Periodical or Bilious Fever, &o., and indeed
all the affections which arise from malari
wub, uiarau, ur miumsao pOiyUS.
This is a eomnonnd rnmpilr. niwnanul vllh
scientific skill ftom vegetable Inm-mllfinta. whir.h
rarely fails to cure the severest cases of QhUU
uu r oyer ana me concomitant disorders. ; Suct
a remedy the necessities of the people In mala
rious districts demand. Itsarrentsuoerloritv
over any other medicine yet discovered for the
cure or intermittents Is, that it contains no qui
nine or mineral, and those who take it are free
from danorer Of Olllnlam or n tntnrtniia efrjwtjr
and are as healthy after using It as before. It
has been extensively employed during the last
thirty years In the treatment of these distressing
disorders, and so unvarying has been its success
that H has gained the reputation of being Infal
lible. It can, therefore, be sa rely recommended
as a sure remedy and specific for the Fever and.
Agxt or the West, and the ChUls and Fever of
the Sooth. It counteracts the miasmatic poison
m the blood, and frees tho system from Its influ
ence, so that fever and ague, shakes or chilli,
once broken up by it, do not return until the
disease is again contracted. '
The great variety of disorders which arise from
the irritation of this poison, such as Neuralgia,
Bhramatlun, Gout, Headache, Blindness,
Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal.
pltatlon, Splenic A flections, Hysterica, Pain
In the Bowels, Collo, Paralysis, and derange
of the Stomach, all of which become Intermit
tent ox periodical, have no speedier remedy than
Ana's Aoi'K Cckb, which cures them all alike,
and protects the system from future attacks. ; Al
a preventive, it is of Immense service in those
communities where Fever and Ague prevails, as
It stays the development of the disease if taken,
on the first approach of the premonitory symp
toms. Travellers and temporary residents are
thus enabled to defy these disorders, and few
Will ever suffer If they avail themselves of the
protection this remedy affords.
For Liver Complaints, arising from torpidity,
It la an excellont remedy ; it stimulates this organ
Into healthy activity, and produces many remark
able cures whore ether medicines fail.
prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
SOLD BY ALL VKb'OOISTi KVXIITWHEBK.
Of all kinds neatly printed at the .Standard
office at low rates ami' on short notice. Be
sure to get onr price before purchasing elsewhere.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION",
NOTIONS- to suit Everybody's Notion:
Arm llfis J 1 al
-Or ALL SIZES AND STYLES,
BOOTS, SHOES & HATS
FOR MEN, BOYS and CHILDREN,
PEffllE, HARDWARE, P10WS, Hp MI) FARM TOOLS,
Groceries and Provisions,
...Country Produce Bought and Sold....
CALL AT THE OLD STAND
n"""27- II. II. FAULKNER & CO.
flQTMr, S. F. Pennebake? has retired from the firrn, mid recommends his
imwicowio unuer mo same nrin name.
TB-All iwtiea indebted to the old firm will enme forward and settle ii
Latest Styles and Finest Make
u-Jinnuiacturcd and Imported ly
M. B. HARWELL, McMinnville,
, COXSJST1KG OF
Bedsteads, Bureaus, Dressing Cases; Wardrobes, Tables,
jjuua uioii, xJiOAo, SEUliLTAlllESi
ALL MADE Oil IMPORTED TO ORDEIl !
Done at lowest rates, and attended by Mr. Harwell in person. The nicest HEARS? In
.very style ot UUrylllg f'ase from the Fine Cincinnati Cimket to tli commonest
wooden collin. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
All Carpenter's work done to order and ou most accommodating
W. S. MADDUX & CO.,
large Ready made Stock kepi always is store,
iiicliiuiDg E?erytmns Needed to Epp a Lady or Gentleman for Horse Baci Rifling
And all the Findings Necesry for Fitting up Work all Descriptions,
Also, Upper, Sole and Harness Leather.
.A.11 Shop "Work Guaranteed..- -
Higlitd Cash Prices Paid for Hides of all Kinds, and Fur Skins.
i mm wm Mia nr iw VTbl , ; a ?S
ftl V II 1- t
J, M. EOBISSO.
GEO. a KOJtTON.
G. H. M01INi3(
J. M. ROBINSON & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of
Tlrv (rnnrl.Q'& nfiATiQ
Compare our matchjess low vrices with del style
houses and you will find you will save 15 to,
25 per cent
MORFORD & CO.
Invite the attention of the citizens of Wavren ancJi
adjoining counties to their unusually Large
SPEING STOCK OF DEY GOOD
Embroideries, Laces, Corsets,
Fans, Parasols, Umbrellas, Heck Wear, Veiling, Hushing, Towels, Napkins.
Table Damask, Bed .Spreads, Dress Buttons, Trimmings, Eibbons -
Fancy IVotioiiH of sill Kinds.
OUR STOCK OP-
M. 511 A KT1 213 MATH STRPCT tmm SfTYTfl
maim uiu muui WlllJJUlj UUilHUil VLillllf
8. D. TOMPKINS.
TOIVipKINS & BRADLEY,
(Successors to Jos. T. Tompkins & Co.,)
70 and 72 Sixth Street, LOUISyiUE, KY.,
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods and Notions.
Solicit a Liberal Share of the General Trade.
April 10, 1880. aprl0-2m
HAILS, HOOPER & MITCHELL,
BOOTS A .X I) SHOES,
No. 2 City Hotel Block,
L. W. MALL,
r. . II ALL,
H. V. HOOPER,
W. U. MITCHEIJ..
brents and Boys Clothings
-IS UNUSUALLY LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE.-
WILL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU.Hn :
B&-GIVE US A CALL
THE CINCINNATI CONVENTION!
W0MACK & COLVILLE,
i Their Platform, i
Free Trade and Sailor's Eights,
MUM :B(Uffl dllll QM
IIS Or THE SEASON
Mr. NVomack has just returned from Cincinnati nnl has bought mid broucht
to McMinnville, without projutliciiig the claims of Til.len, Seymour ox ?
THE F1EST STGfK OF IfRV COODSS
While the convention will have to deal with some hard questions iu swonpintr
and giving ki, Womuck & ColvUle will deal in
HARDWARE AND QUEENSWARE,
4S WELL AS - - ;
SHOES and BOOTS
For Lficlies, Gents and Children.
Hats, Clothing & Notions,
The Fine4 Line of Dress Goods Ever Brovfit to this Marhi
The Convention will nn ilmilit Invni- fcn.- l ............ w- i. 1.
n , , v ,. . .. ... 4.....IV1, mil n IMIIIICK IV IIIVIIIC Will tUkO
Greenhaekutionnl Currency or any other good mvt tofjeiher with nl! kinds of
ttoTA good place to trade the old stand opMteite the Warren House.
Yes the Centennial Furnitnrp. nnt f.lmt tlo H limit lira iTcilf i'a y. tllttJMJl
" .iiiim.n, unin i3 u nunuini
years old but made la the latter part of the 19th century tian the accumulai
ted experience and improvements of mechanical skill for 100 yoms4 and thia
J. P. Lively takes the Lead
vand is at the..,
HEAD OF THE TRADE I
() ' ,
He now offers at lowest rates in McMinnville, the
ExccIhIoi Cotton Top 3XntioH.soHk
linsurpftsed by any thing ot the kind ever invented chtmper, better and more luxoriona
ma the feather bed, which is saying a good deal, but nevertheless it is true. Try them I
A FULL STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE
keDt nnd iiindp in nnlpr. A tun lu.tf l,i.tiw,-niu.lu .....I ;...r...Ai fi..: wt.. t r. .i
and picture rrames, all at lowest figures ( A lso .. .-"
always attended in person with a neat Hearse and Safe Driver and team. lie koeus'a fin
... v., vmiuiio 01 urn lunrnt iiikkiiiic ini'fH, UK sure 10 0811 On DllUbe
I 0 .... JVM,svllv0l K.'t.tjnitiv.yuu-juuraui,t;eu in ujj rnnen.
' J. I. LIVELY
He means to make the trade lively and Lively trades at low figures I ,"
fl-Country Produce taken in exchunge at'highes. market jjiiee. m27m
T. P. BURROUGHS.
J.. 8. UUSKOUOHS.
THE BEST IN AMERICA.
Th Kins? of. the Field
Oliver Chilled Plow.
r-Sold in McMinnville by
T. F. BURROUGHS & SON,
Groceries. Hardware, Iron & Nails, Boots & Shoes,
. Waggon and Buggy iluba, pokes, Kims, Axlps, Springs
XJiintN , unci Oils.
ISrBeware of Sduiious Imitfltions and gee that the name "OLIVER" i nn
every pl0v you buy. ... . . ja'u?; j.j