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Saturday, January 22, 1SSU
A. M. BUKNEY, Editor.
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in Hit interest of all clasecs of people, and
not for nor against any elan. It advocate
progress and improvement in every branch
of industry and every pursuit and calling.
The subscription price is $1 a year in
advance. We cannot publUi it on credit.
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Subscription or Job work are requested to
teWjt the same at once. "Low Prices and
Cash Payment," is our motto.
Jefferson Davi?, with his wife nnd
daughter, will suii for Europe next
The best interest of the State de
mands that harmony be restored to the
A telephone is in stisfactory opera
tion between Baltimore and Washing
tor. There's where the telegraph be
gan. The colored population of the Uni
ted States w ill figure up over 6,700,000.
The votes must number at least 1,000,
000. Georgia ha9 forty cotton factories in
operation and many more in process of
formation or establishment. Why will
Tennessee stand all the time idle in this
great matter ?
The population of Georgia : Males
761,152; females, 777,831; natives
1,528,673; foreign, 10.310; white,
814,218 ; colored, 724.7G5 ; total, 1,
538,983. The Lower House of the Legisla
ture, with Stewart admitted to his seat,
has 37 Republicans and 37 Democrats,
with one Greenbacker, who has the
balance of power.
Col. Sloss and Mnj. Peters, of Birm
ingham, bought a small tract of miner
al land in Blount county, Ala., and
soon after Major Feters sold his half
for $10,000 to a Memphis capitalist.
The city authorities of Troy, Ala.,
are removing all the large shade trees
from the square and are supplanting
them with umbrella chinas. A row of
these fine shade trees will bo planted
on each side of the square.
1 ho Austin, lexas. Keview, in a
lengthy article, says it in quite proba
ble that Texas will be divided into four
States bv the next Legislature. This
will give the Democracy six new Sena
tors and two new Representatives.
Hon. Henry W'aterson Respected
Sir : You are charged by the Chatta
nooga Times with having been the orig
inal founder of the McMinnville New
Era. Have you any reason to offer
why death sentence should not at once
be passed upon you ? Tobacco Leaf.
Tennessee, with her 60,000 Demo
cratic majority proper, witnesses to-day
for the first time sinco the days of
Brownlowism,- the inauguration of a
Republican Governor. And this is all
on account of Democratic folly. Han
ner. About four-fourths of Speaker Ram
sey, politically, is Republican. What
is "left of him belongs to the Greenback
party. Murfreesboro News.
Yes, at least three-thirds of Ramsey
are Republican, and he exhibited eight
tenths of it in appointing eight out of
the ten of the Committee on Elections
from the Republican party.
The Greenback party in theTennes
see Legislature voted "solid" for Col."
Edwards for United States Senator
last Tuesday, and the whole number
of votes which he received was one;
necessary to a choice 51. Edwards
only lacked 50 votes of being elected,
and he beat all his opponents in that
he carried the entire vote of his party,
which they all failed to do.
One of our exchanges from the up
ler country ought to send out a written
interpretation or an inter linear transla
of what the printer puts in the paper.
We know not what language it is print
ed in, for the reason we can't make out
the letters or characters in which it is
couched ; they are neither Iloman,
Italic, Oreek nor ILbme. Please give
us the key to these modern hyroglyph
ics if you want us to read your editori
Gov. Murray is punching his execu
tive pole into the Mormon bee-hive.
He outlaws a Mormon elect's claim to
a seat in Congress on account of irregu
larities, bigamistic and alienistic. The
Gentile is immensely tickled, but the
disciple of Brigham Young waxeth
wroth. The Governor is a sensible
' married man, and, like the remainder
of us, knows, theoretically and ex peri
mentally, that one woman is as much
as any one man can manage. Put us
II-.., , ., ; i,. .
Chips for Colored Voters.
Mr. Hayes, the next day; after the
election when he learned that he was
defeated, had but one regret to ex
press, and that was for the "poor col
ored men of the South." Soon after
by fraud he was seated as President
and has been in power now' tour years,
during which he has had nothing to
say or do for the "poor colored men."
He had tho appointing power but gave
no office in his cabinet or elsewhere of
any importance to the "poor colored
man." Mr. Garfield now follows his
example. He flattered the negro in
his gushing speeches before tho election
but now has no further use for him.
He got their votes, and that was all he
wanted. He and his pet friends will
take card of the offices.
Colored men, what think you of such
professions before the elections and
6uch practices afterwards? Have they
not played this game on you for fifteen
years past? The South has put a few-
colored men in Congress and the State
Legislatures, but the North has put
none in office. Mississippi sent Bruce,
a colored man, to the United States
Senate, Louisiana sent Pinchback, Ar
kansas has a few colored men in her
Legislature, and so has Tennessee and
South Carolina, but they have not
been put there by the North. The
North has had control of the general
government for twenty years, and she
takes care to keep the negro out of of
fice. Where is Fied Douglass to-day?
Out of office, and will remain so unless
he conies South. The sum of tho
matter is this : When no white Repub
lican can g( t the office he is willing the
negro has it rather than for a Demo
crat to have it. This is Xirlhurii phi
lanthropy, this and nothing more.
Colored men, what think you of
that party that has flattered you and
thus obtained your votes, and now Mr.
Garfield is selecting men to fill his cab
inet and other offices, and neither he nor
the Republican papers have a word to
say about office for you ? The Demo
crats made no promises and have not
deceived you. The Republicans did,
and you are now deceived. Which is
the more honorable ?
A Letter from Hon. John V. Wright.
The following extract from a letter,
received by a friend in this city from
Hon. John V. Wright, has been hauded
the American for publication :
"Having seen my name mentioned
in several papers in connection with
the office of United States Senator, I
desire to say that I have not been, am
not and will not under any circumstan
ces be a candidate for that exalted po
sition. "If I had concluded to take such a
step, I certainly never would have ap
peared in the lobbies and corridors of
the capitol soliciting, either by act or
word, the support of the representa
tives of the people, regarding, as I do,
the office as ono which "should seek
the man and not the man the office."
And, further, if 1 had desired to
present myself for so high a place, I
could not and should not have expected
to receive the support of any represen
tative who did uot in his heart and
judgment approve my views as publicly
expressed, and who did not believe me
fitted to discharge the duties appertain
ing to the representative of a great
I take pride in stating that I am still
in favor of the "maintenance of the
public faith, State and national," and,
iu my humble opinion, the restoration
of the State of Tennessee to a high
position on this question is paramount
to all other political questions, and one
in which the present and future gener
ations have more interest than the elec
tion of any man to any office, or the
success of any party. Let us save the
State, and when wo have done this, if
there be a party worth saving, let us
go to work iu good earnest and save
If political parties, as now organized,
are intended merely to divide spoils
and are to be held together by the co
hesive power of public plunder, then
the day has come when patriotism de
mands that honest men shall break the
shackles of paity and grind them in
dust, nod stand for the country first
and the party afterwards.
Respectfully, your friend,
J so. V. Wkiciit."
You should never give ndvic. If
the person to whom you oflerit is wise,
he doesn't need it; if heisu't, he won't
"The Grand United Order of Odd
Fellows have "established a relief bu
reau out of which the family, sister or
mother of a member, will receive
$1,000. A person can become n mem
ber of the bureau by the payment of
one dollar." Ex.
This is an institution for colored
folks, whose sad experiince with the
Freed men 8 Savings Bank and a few
other swindles is enough to cause them
instinctively to shun all sorts of bu
reaus, even those intended as furniture,
rw the furniture always goes the other
United States Senator. !
Nashville, Jan. 21. First ballot
for Senator May nard, 41 ; Bailey, 22;
Savage, 23 ; Bale, 2 ; Muse, 6 ; Bright,
2;Taylor, James, Wilson and Edwards,
1 each. Marks the dark horse.
1 SECOND BALLOT.
Bailey, 22 ; Maynard, 37 ; Harrison,
3 ; Muse, 4 ; Bright, 2 ; A. A. Taylor,
1 ; Bate, 13 ; Martin, 6 ; R, L. Tay
lor, 1 ; James, 1 ; Marks, 4; Savage,
1 ; Neal. l; Thompson, 1; Smith, 2 ;
The third, fourth and fifth ballots
differed not materially from the second.
Latest. On the 11th ballot Thurs
day evening, Maynard, 35; Bate, 31 ;
Bailey, 13 ; scattering, 17.
"Representative R. Emmet Thomp
son, who erupted prematurely on the
railroad debt question hist Monday, of
fered a resolution Tuesday to purchase
'five dollars worth of stamps, and to
subscribe for two daily newspapers for
If the State must supply the mem
bers with literature, we suggest that
the able champion of the oppressed
people amend his resolution so as to in
clude the New York dailies, the lend
ing monthlies, Puck, the Police Gazette
and the dramatic and sporting periodi-
als. We also suggest that the follow
ing valuable books be added to the
list : Webster's Unabridged Dictionary,
Cushing's Manuel, Code of Tennessee,
Story on the Constitution, Darwin's
Origin of Species, Don Quixote, Baron
Munchausen, Boccaccio's Decameron,
JEsnps' Fables, The Saint's . Rest, and
Paradise Lost. Other select ions might
be made from time to time, if the
money in the State treasury holds out,
We suggest also a Pollyglot Bible,
Adam Smith's Political Economy, with
uotts and comments.
Dealk by Hydrophobia.
J as. C. Ilanna, Esq., of Camplxlh
ville, Giles county, Term., died on Sun
day, 9th inst., of hydrophobia, occa
sion d by the bite of a mad 'dog. The
facts are briefly these :
Mr. Hanna came home one evening
about tho last of November and went
to the barn to put away his horse am
found a senseless-looking dog near the
stable. He threw a cob at the anima
which served only to arouse his fury,
and springing at Mr. H. bit him severe
ly on the hand, and did not relinquish
his hold till Mr. Ilai.na cut his throat
and killed him dead. Every remedy
and expedient was applied to th wouix
including the mad stone, and it healed
up slowly, and on the first Monday in
January Mr. II. attended County
Court at Pnliiski, apparently as well as
ever; hut on the 6th he was afiecttd
with a peculiar painfulness, attended
with a dread of water. These feelings
grew into paroxysms of intense suffer
ings, and the fear of water became so
great that he could not bear to hear
even the pumping of it at the well, nor
taste it eveu in his food. The parox
ysms increased in number and severity
until Sunday, the 9th, when soon after
one of the most intense ones, he became
perfectly quiet and died amid the ut
We were personally acquainted with
Mr. ilanna, and from the particulars
given in the Pulaski Herald, regard
this as the saddest and, at the same
time, the plainest ca.-e of human, hy
drophobia of which we ever had any
Hadley, the negro doorkeeper of the
House, is a Nashville saloon keeper and
is now under indictment in two cases for
violating the Sunday laws. He was
preferred by tin Republicans ever two
colored graduates of Fisk University.
So much for the fnirty of great moral
ideas iu Tennessee.
1'iom While County.
Cami'4jkouni Tens., Jan. 17, '81.
Editor Standard: I have been here
only two days and, of course, I have
not learned jiiuch to tell you. I re
member I was rolled from McMinnville
toward my native shore a. little faster
than ever before, having come most of
the way on a locomotive. 'Those clever
railroaders I I've never met a more
Well, I have been absent some
months from this county, and I find
that some changes have taken place,
such as niariiages and duiths, some of
which are now too old to leport. One
death, however, 1 cannot forbear to
speak of. Sam Swindle, my friend
iu,d schoolmate, a promising young
man of nineteen years, is dead. The
causes which led to his death are some
what singular." The day after our Jast
election he accidentally chopped oil' the
big toe of bis left foot, or nearly so.
The Docti.r clipped it off, and, hyKnmV
consent, threw it into the fire. Friend
after friend enme in, rem-.uked that
it was very bad to have his toe burned.
Sam began to think so too, and said he
felt his toe burning. The binning in
creased, but his toe continued to heal.
After some weeks a burning came in
reality. The eryipelas appeared in his
leg extending up to his knee. It gan
grened, ihe reult of which was his
death. His burial took place on New
Year's day. I wish I could do justice
o i..T -I 1 ,11 nt,
White county never lost a more moral
or promisitig young man.
At this place is one store and a post-
office. J. F. Bruster has lately set
up a stock of goods here. This county
now lias stores enough to supply us.
The free schools m this civil district
will last nine months, paying the teach
ers a liberal price. 1 have not heard
of any other doing so well.
At Rock Island, a few days ago, a
negro hireling got drunk, shot at a ne
gro girl nnd Ciinie near lulling ner,
threatened to shoot others if they pp.
proached him, and did present his pis
tol at one or two. He was soon picked
up by the sheriff and is now iu the
v arren county jail.
1 will not tell you anything more
just now. K 1 . 11.
State Treasurer Polk's report shows
the following facts : Balance in treas
ury December 19, 1880, $408,346,94;.
received into the treasury from Decem
ber 28, 1878, to December 19, 1880,
82,144,394,82. Total, S2,022,740,K(i.
Amount paid out in Comptroller's re
ceivable warrants from Dec. 20, 1878,
to Dec. 19, 1880, ?1, 400,310,47,
leaving a balance on hand Dec. 20,
18S0, of $222,424,29.
How to Make (ood Louutry Schools.
Normal School Visitor.
Elect none but live, educated men
Have good school houses, neatly built
and well ventilated, and thoroughly
supplied with good furniture and appa
ratus. Have the school year commence the
first Monday in September, and con
tinue, with a holiday vacation, till the
first of May follow ing,
Employ none but trained teachers,
or those qualified to lead rather thai) to
mislead the young.
Retain the same teacher through the
Pay said teacher enough to enable
him to live and have a little money to
spend for fitting himself fur higher
usefulness in his calling.
Don't employ a teacher because he
underbids somebody else, for in ninety
nine out of a hundred cases he is worth
less. Cheap teachers, like cheap jew
elry, are not made of good material.
Let parents, officials and others, visit
the schools frequently, not to find fault,
but to encourage both teacher and pu
pil. Don't be afraid that your schools are
costing too much. Your children, pa
rents, are more valuable than your cat
tle and horses; the theory of many
school patrons to the contrary notwith
standing. Have a special pride in making your
own the banner school of the township
or county. Faith as large as a mus
tardseed will remove mountains of dif
ficulties in our school woik. Parens
and friends to our public schools, thii k
on these things, and go earnestly to
work to make your schools what vmi
would have them be. Good schools do
not, like the manna of Lrneliiish times,
drop from the cloud-. They must be
made such bv money and work.
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The exercises for the (spring cession of this
Institution will be reMimed on Monday,' Jan.
31, 1881, under the supervision of the fol
lowing Faculty :
J.J. Mkadowh, A. 15., President and
Prot. of Mathematics!. i
V. M.J.xxks, A. M.. Professor of Lan
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r. 15. l'.TTKlt, A. IS., I'rotcssor of Meutal.
Moral and Phvsieul Sciences.
Miss Magoik L. Ettek, Teacher of In
The u)i'o-icliini pcNsinii will witness
many progressive ainl jiMieiuus re'oiius.
The course of instruction will he thorough
and practical. Irving College is situated
liloe mites smith ot McMiiniviile, near the
.McMinnville and llccrsltclia road, nestled in
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government of the (students, and for the bet
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extrav agance in dress.
Expenses for five months, payable one
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Hoard per month, exclusive of
fuel, etc $8 00
Tuition per b months in Juve
nile b' paituo'iil 5 00
Primary depart men t 7 .M) to 10 00
Preparatory department lioOto 1; HO
Collegiate department no to i0
Contingencies flu to 1 00
Students will be charged from time of en
trance to end of session, IVductioii made
in case of protracted riekness oulv. .Special
attention given to the comfort and accom
inodati n of voting ladies, a large commoili
mis house having been erected lor boarding
and lodging facilities which will he kept by
.Mr. ami .Mrs. llutlege, under the direction ol
the President, For particulars apply to
J J. .Meadows, Pres.
or any member of the Faculty at Irving
College, lean. jaiifl
To tho Citizens of Warrsn County.
Necessity istlie hh'hest human law known
to man. From it thrre is no appeiil, and to
its rcqullx all are liable. In obedience to
its stern demands 1 now have to look out
for mvselt. In making mv detense to its
claims, I tender to you niv services in writ
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tracts of all kii.ds necessary to he written
the sale of hind in the county court for par
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solvent, and all proceedings for division
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the court home. Nov. 25th, 1 ssil. '
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Triplicate Folding Toilet Mirrors,
all of our own importation. The prices can't
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CO XS 1ST! KG OF
Bedsteads, Eureaus, Dressing Cases, Wardrobes, Tables
Ii 0 OK CA SES, DESKS, SEC J I ETA HIES ;
MA; math: OR IMPORTED TO 01?1KR!
Done at lowest rates, and attemlcJ by Mr. Harwell in person. The nicest 11EAIISE i
he ui o u n tai ii ilistriet.
Every style of Hiiryiiig Case from' the Finest Cincinnati Casket to the comiuontit
wooden cofliu. SA TISFACTIOX GVARAKTKED.
All Carpenter's work done to order and on most accom modatin
YOUR .A-TTJEIS TIOIV !
The undersigned would most respectfully cull attention to this advertisement,
we propose buying ANY AMOUNT OF
"Wheat, Corn, I3urley, Eye, Oats.
Bulk meat and Bacon Lard, Sorghum, Grass Seed,
Loose Hay Shucks and Fodder
We are naenti for the Homestead Cotton, Corn and Wheat Grower, which by the use of
150 pounds to the aere, will make one-tliird more wheat, corn or cotton, and by its u for
four consecutive KeaHonn, will restore land to its pristiue strength, ("all on us and get
ininiiihlct. No humbug.
POOR LANDS MADE rtlCH.
Mphht. M'.iri'.Il A l it. would call the special attention of farmers to their notle
of HOMTSTKAl) 1T.KTI LIZKlt. No doubt about its fertilizing elleets. If by u.-ing it
von can make one-third more wheat, corn and cotton, and at the some time enrich th
siil, why not try it. Call and get painplets.
Wm. IP. Leiper & Co.,
EhI Main Street, - H UIiiiMllIe, Teiio.
CrSeaniless cacks at cost to parties bringing ns grain. "Ut aug21Cm
THOS. H. MAltlt. I'ltK't.
lluv and Hill fluid, S'Mver, Culled frtale
Sinie, Coiintv,( it and l:aiirad Itnmis, and
I udirrer.t Mmn-y.
Money leaned mi eolliiu i :iU uCri-asonable
Interest Hib.wtu on I ' pi sit, when left
or a spe cilitd time. ftb-is-l
their interest to eall mid have their or-
hours hv a nhvsieian skilled in the nro-
be equaled anywhere,
We solicit a a'l
ltvyou,a vast amount of fun and good
reiniiot; if you fail to subscribe for the
STaMiakd immediately, fl a year.
(U; rulNTING d.me at the
See. on short uvlive.