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Saturday, February 5, 1881
A. M. BURNET, Bailor.
Th STANDARD i not run in the in
Urest of any one man, or set of men, let
in Vie interest of all clasees of people, and
not for nor against any elms. It advocate
'. progress and improvement in every branch
j of industry and everypunu.it and calling,
t Tht subscription price is $1 a year in
1 advance. We cannot publuh it on credit.
j 10 All persons indebted to this office for
Subscription or Job work are requested to
5 tettle the tame at once. "Low Prices and
Caih Payments," i our motto.
Secretary of Slate, Tennessee lias
"Go West, young man," if youwnut
office; i. e., to West Tennessee.
The elction of State Librarian will
come off on Feb. 16. Now's your
East and West Tennessee are now
even. East Tennessee got none and
11T- rt T.
Congress is a long ways behind time,
It meets next Wednesday to see whetli-
er Garfield or Hancock was elected on
the 2d of November last. Why, we
gave that up the day after the elec-
uoesany nest leunessee euuor
want to swap places with us? Let
him name his trade. No matter
whether high tax, low tax or no tax.
We want to "go west, llicre was a
mighty rumbling in these mountains
for office ia the late canvass, but the
niountaius did not bring forth even a
mouse the lightuiugs all struck ou low
Gov. Hawkins vetoed the House
joint resolution to pay the railroad tax
assessors 91,482 . on constitution!!
Mr. Stewart was unseated bv a strict
party vote of 35 to 33, and the Gov
ernor has issued an order for a new
electiou on the 15th inst.
Mr. Smallman's resolution fur a ten
days recess of the Legislature from 3d
iust. was adopted.
D. A. Nunn, republican, of West
Tennessee, was elected Secretary of
State, Jas. Nolan, Republican,, of
Waverly, was elected Comptroller, and
M. T. Polk, Democrat, was re-elected
Immense excitement and confusion
prevailed when Messrs. Morgan, Davis,
Driver, Matthews, Buchanan and
Plumruer, low tax Democrat", voted
for Mr. Nunn, the Republican, against
r t r o j r w ,
inr. V, Xj. miougrnss, 01 u ime ; anu
also when Messrs. Davis, Buchanan,
Driver and riummer voted for Nolan,
Republican, against Gaines and Ballen
As the leading low tax Democrats
denounced their treacherous brethren
and branded them as vile traitors, we
will leave the renegades thus branded
in the hands of their friends and turn
their treachery over to their coustitu-
ents to visit condign punishment.
In some sharp words bctweeu Messrs.
Davis and Thompson, low tax Demo
crats in the Legislature, Mr. Davis
said : "I preferred Nunn to him,1
(Thompson). Isn't this a little equivo'
t a w . . 1 rtit
cair it may mean mat iiioinp.-oii
was his first choice, or that he prefer
red to be without a Secretary rather
thau have Thompson.
The Electoral Count.
Next Wednesday the two Houses of
Congress will meet to count the electo- tracked the records with wonderful pre
ral vote for President and Vice Tresi- cj8i0n and accuracy. Tnis we hope he
dent of the United btates. 1 rouble
in the count is anticipated from the
fact that the Democrats and Kepubli-
cans entertain widely different views as
to the powers of the presiding officer
on that occasion, which is the ice
President. If Mr. Wheeler should as-
suroe to act as a judicial officer in the
matter and decide questions which are
the prerogative of tl e t vo Houses to
determine, he will meet with a vigor-
toss opposition from the Democrats,
who will have a decided ninjrity on
The most difficult question likely to
arise in tha count is in reference to the
electoral vote of Georgia, which was
not cast on the day prescribed by the
constitution, but was cast at a time in
accord with Georgia's own statutes.
Whether the vote of that State be
couuted or not will not eflcct the dec
tion, but U will set an important pre
cedent for counts hereafter that may
seriously effect the general result.
Spring or Fall.
Nashville is discussing the question
of holdineher annual Exposition in
Kn tho hulk of influence
eeros to favor May as the most suita-
A Grand Triumph.
The election of Judge Jackson to
the U. S. Senate is not only a Demo
era lie triumph full and complete, but
it is a grand triumph of patriotism
over partisan politics and office-seeking
demagogues, a triumph of that princi
ple which is peculiarly appropriate to
that office, and which teachxs that the
office should seek the man, and not the
man the office. In the reassertion of
this time-honored principle the Repub
licans who abandoned party shackles
and voted for Jackson are entitled to
duo credit. For, when they dispaired
of tho elec'ion of their man, they ex
hibiltd a high degree of good judgment
and patriotism in voting for a man of
such eminent qualifications, and ono,
too, that was not even an aspirant for
tho office. There were not less than
ni:ie or ten aspirants directly or indi
rectly for the place; and it is a whole
some lesson to them as w ell as others
to know that men may be appreciated
without making themselves so conspicu
ous as some have done.
It will be remembered by the readers
of the Standard that we gave no ex-
nrpssinn in fnvnr nf nrtv mnn. but rl-
. , .vp9 . ' I)pmofM.at!fi
Statesmai.. without d to the man.
Our principle has been well maintain-
ed and our choice fully gratified in the
election of Howell E. Jackson
And we hope- the lesson will teach
politicians and demagogues that this
country was not made for man, but
man for the country. Y hi!e the
Standard took no trrounds for anv
candi(lnt ,ve honestly believed that
Mr. Bailey was entitled to the scat and
,A i 1111.i1:11 ,i;alini;r l.; fr
j imiv si vising t w vi v i ta j iiim w
it. let while it was perfectly legiti
mate for him to aspire to a re election,
he had no right to suffer his name to
prolong a profitless struggle at the ex
pense of the public interest and to the
hazard of his party. Two distinguish
ed citizens of Tennessee, to wit : Judge
Johu V. Wright and Maj. W. J.
Sykes, announced iu advance the true
doctrine of the fathers ou this subject
when they declared that they would
not be candidates under any circum
stances, and if they had aspirations for
tlie otnue tliat tl,e.v liad 100 ,DUCl1 TCi
Pect for the CXIl,tcd position to seek it
' le lo or lialIs of tlie Leg'sIa
tu,e- The PomP nnd circumstance of
IIorace Maynard in presenting himself
a candidate before that body as he did,
deserved as it received, a merited re
bllke f,oni ,heir lian(k Whatever
else this LegMature may do, it has done
a11 h,,llor t0 bot1' IkpuMicatw
8,1,1 Democrats, in proclaiming once
more tllut hety aud qualification are
tbe true PassPort8 to omce
Llt'vliou oi l'. S. Muutor.
(Paraphrase of Casabianca.)
Scene : The convention in utter confusion:
the ship of Muynaril was sinking; Bnch
a mm was left on board without instructions
ntnid the surging billows of that hour; the
crew had deserted the ship
Buchanan stood ou the sinking deck,
Whence Butler and all had fled ;
Thlluines that lit the battle's wreck
Shone round him o'er the dead.
lis called aloud, "Ssv, Mavnnrd, say,
If yet my tusk be done?"
He knew not that the chieftain lay
unconscious of his sou.
"Spenk, Maynard !" once again he cried,
"If I may only go 1
UiirU Solon wants lis chance tried,
Aud is palling me so."
P There enme a burst of thunder sound;
T..1. ...I 1...
I lull lliiun u liri c in iici
sk tlle bull((ts that far Brouud
Elected Jackson to be
Tho Senator so mnnlv and fair,
That well will bear his part-
But the meanest thing thut perished there
Was that young, faithless heart.
Hie Anticipated Stir
The press generally is anticipating a
sensational stir when the lortlicoming
book of Jefferson Davis is laid before
the public, which will bo within the
next ninety days. It hat been given
out that Mr. Davis has written the
book witli'ltftat'ljeliberaflonind has
has done, and if he has, there need be
no trepidation as to the result, for
truth is its own vindicator. We hope
Mr. Davis has risen above all persona!
considerations and .given us the facts
from the records. This is what we
want, and nothing short of it will be
satisfactory to the South. If it turns
0ut that he has done this, he will be
sustained and upheld by the people
whose cause he npreseirfed, though
L g,e gtur3 f.,
The great fault with all the histories
heretofore written on the subject of the
late civil war, whether by northern or
southern men, is that they are too par
tisan and too personal. That is, they
have been written to foster some party
or sonio person. As Mr. Davis has
taken sufficient time iu which to let
passion subside we hope he has steered
clear of these faults.
The Mayor of Nashville has issued
proclamation requiring all persons, old
and young to be vaccinated as a pre-
ventative of small pox, which is now
raging in cities with which Nashvtlle
is in communication. The city lias
made provision to vacinnte gratis a
1 who are unable to pay for it.
The Fall or Maj oarrt.
(Parnptirae of "The Destruction ot Senna
Horace Mavnnrd came dowu like a wolf on
Ilia PostoftVe Department ull gloaming with
His cohorta gathered like the fierce waves
Ou the sea,
From the remotent corners of old Tennessee.
Like the nabob of th' East, from Turkish
Three rooms in the Maxwell he ordered to
Like the leaves of the forest when summer
These cohorts were daily at his quarters to
At the dawn of buttle thev were daring and
Tempting the Democrats, if any could be
To one poor wretch the temptation was
They bought up his franchise, but ould
purcuace no more.
Like the leaves of the forest when autumn
After the battle thaf host lay withered and
And thern lay the great chieftain, distorted
and pale ;
He lost the Senate and vill lust the U. S. mail.
His quarters were left silent, the banners,
The bags were nnlified and the money un
The unterrified Democracy by him uusmote,
Elected Jackson the vuy Teinetemn vote.
FKOM DTEK (OlMV.
How we Spend Christmas at Ko Ellen.
Editor Standard: I supjMise it would
not be uninteresting to some of your
readers to have a sketch of the method
used by the Ro-Ellen Sabbath-school
in furnishing entertainment for the
children during the holidays. The
Sabbath-school at this church is second
to but few, if any, in West Tennessee.
Though in the country, the attendance
is from 70 to 80 both winter and sum
mer. Notwithstanding the severe
weather whole families, from two to
three miles distant, are found iu their
places every Sabbath morning. For
several years it bus been tho aim ot its
officers and teachers to furnish such en
tertainment durinc the holidays as
would interest and amuse the young,
thus leaving them without excuse for
going to places of dissipation, balls
Christmas eve was spent in decora
ing the church with suitable mottoes
cedar, such as "Christ is born,"
'Joy to the world," etc. The pro
gramme for Christmas day was to have
a sermon, but as our pastor was absent
at another church the sermon was sub
stituted by appropriate raidini! from
the Scriptures by the officers and teach
ers, interspersed with music. On Sun
day we had regular services. Ou Mon
day the school was to have been enter
tained by a .leading club organized in
the community, but from some cause
this was a failure.' On Tuesday, 10
o'clock a. m. the school assembled nt
the church, the exercises were opened
with music and prayer. Then followed
an interesting concert in which all
took part. The exercises consisted iu
tlie presentation ot the various names
and titles by which our Savior is known
in the Scriptures, also His reltitiohship
to man, the Way, the Life, the Door,
etc. Ihe classes had committedto
memory the parts aligned to them
and when called upon would arise and
repeat the Scriptures beating on the
part assigned to them. To thse unac
customed to such scenes it seems iucred
bio that children so young could repeat
so accurately so much Scripture. After
about one and ahalf hours of this in
teresting exercise, we were told tha
dinner was awaiting us iu the college
near by. Each teacher took charge of
his or her class, the youngest going
first. Two long tables iu the college
bountifully filled with turkeys, old
bams, chickens, boiled custard, cakes
and confectioneries in abundance, ac
eommodated the entire company. The
teachers iu waiting on their classes at
the table seemed to experience as much
pleasure as if they were waiting on the
President and his family. I am sure
they couldn't have been more atten
tive. The remainder of the evening
was spent in promenading, the little
boys with the young ladies and the lit
tie girls with the young men.
The programme called for a musica
entertaiumeut Wednesday evening, but
it was so cold it was deferred. Thurs
day evening found large numbers wend
ing their way to the college with their
pounds, as the programme called for a
pound supper that evening. After
some delightful music from violins and
organ accompauament, the crowd was
entertained by a class of young ladies
iu calisthcnic drill. Next came the
reading of the "Pepper Box," a paper
prepared by the young ladies for the
amusement of the crowd. It was
rightly named since, in an amusing
way, it reproved the faults of many
that were prTsent. After this came
the reading of some select pieces. Then
came the supper, which was fully up
to the demand of the occasion. Our
Superintendent received a small box of
beautiful white sugar, but ou tasting it
ho found that it contained large quan
tities of salt aud quinine. This, of
course, was quite amusing to the little
folks. This closed the Christmas fes
tivities, and, as far as I know, not a
member of the school was seen at a sa
loon or a ball. O.
The Four Mile Law.
There i now a law upon our statute
books which prohibits the 6ale of intox
icating liquors within the distance of
four miles from any institution of learn- j
ing, incorporated cities being excepted
from this law. It is said that a desper
ate effort will be made in order to get
the Legislature to repeal this law, On
the other hand, petitions by the cart
load have been sent iu from all parts
of the State asking that this law be
not interrupted. Under the circum
stances we do not believe that the law
will be interrupted. It should not be.
There is uo better law upon our books,
and it is good policy always for people
to let well enough alone. If any effort
is made to htve the law repealed, we
trust that the effort will be defeated.
If you have a cough or cold, or dis
ease of the throat aud lungs, use Cous
8eii8' Honey of Tar, the best and purest
conijiound ever offered the public.
There are a few worthless imitations of
this vuluable remedy, but it has no
rival as a ready relief for discuses ot
the throat and lungsj bad colds, and
severe coughs of long standing. Use
Coussens' Honey of Tar and get rid of
your cough or hoarseness and difficulty
of breathing, i rice 5U cts. 1 or sale
by J. B. llitchey, McMinnvule.
Mr. Beecber, in a recent lecture,
snid: "I want to see the ministers
sou studying beside the son of the min
ister's washerwoman in the public
schools. I want to see human nature
In further speaking of public Schools
ie said : "I am a firm believer in
giving suiirage to woman. "-iou
will never have a common school sys
tem uutil women become the commit
tee, the inspectors, the judges of com
Iieecher says the South should let
politics alone. That is the very thing
that preachers should do. But sup
pose the South had let politics alone iu
days gone by where would have been
the thirteen colonies without Thomas
Jefferson and the immortal Declara
tion of Independence ? Where, with
out Washington -end the victory which
his genius purchased by arms ? Where,
without Jackson and his victory : t
New Orleans on tin. 8tii of January ?
Where would Texas have been to-day
without Southern chivalry aud Sam
Houston to lead it ?
Our colored brethren huve given up
ail hopes of "forty acres and a mule"
as a gift from the government, and are
resigning themselves gradually to tlie
knowledge that only by industry and
correct deportment ct'ii they win tlie
esteem of their eountrvnien. They en
joy no special privilege or immunity,
but when fullering trom Dyspepsia,
Sour Stomach, Biliousness, etc., can
obtain relief by using Portaline, or
1 abler s Vegetable Liver rowdcr,
Price 50 cts. For sale by J. B. Kitchey
Vonder it it never occurs to some
people that others sometimes get tired
of hearing them talk, especially when
it takes them so long to tell something
that has neither pith nor point in iL
Very few people are content to be lis
teners all the time, but like an equal
divide, and fewer still are able to in
terest and instruct all crowds, and
upou anv and all occasions. The most
irksome thing in nature is n conversa
tion in which all the details, side issues
and ramifications are set out in bold
relief. Some people ought to learn
that brevity is the spice of conversa
tion. as well as the soul of wit. Ex.
Many of our exchanges are publish
iug the population of the United States
by States and giving Pennsylvania
2,283,738. This is an error of about
two millions, for that State is the sec
ond in the Uniou, being next to New
York, which has 5,083,173, and Penn
sylvania has 4,282,738.
The New York Herald recommends
as au excellent remedy for sprains
sores and bruises, sprained hock joints,
and stiff joints generally, in domestic
animals, a liniment composed of crco
sote, one ounce ; turpentine, one ounce ;
olive oil, two ounces ; mix and rub
upon the affected parts. It is also of
great advantage in thrush and foot
McMNVILLE PRODUCE MARKET.
OFKICS Soi THKRN STANDARD,
McMinnville, Jan. 23,1880. .
AVlIKAT "(? bu. 75c I'OO
CORN shelled, mixed, "c bu. 35c; white
Oats "f bu. 4060c.
KLorn $aoo t,MI ft's
Lard p lt. 6K(W,7e.
Meat, pbu. 40c.
IU ttf.r -pK Iti. IOrVi.15
Koos t d. lsri.i(c.
c.insrxo y m. f i
Beeswax lb. 18c. i
Feathers 'f lt. 37 to 40c.
Tai low f th. 4c.
IRIKD ArPl.KS-r.'P lb.
Totatoes Irish 40 Sweet 30
PYR V bu. 75ct.
(Jrecn hidet 7e
ItACos 5 to 7.
-Rarity bu. 6-'c.
Pried Peaches lb S to 4c
Dried Rlackberries thSc.
Wool, 3.(ii 40c
Turkeys, 4 ',;W4c per pound
HeAiio, white VHIe ta 100
Stuck tieui. 4'ic
Some mathematician has figured it
up and reports that during the late un
pleasantness the rebel loss was 200,000
men, while the Union loss was 327,184
Won. II. Smoot'ct al, ts. Isaijc Smoot et si.
IN obedience to a decree of the Chancer)
Court at McMinnvillc, Tenn., rendered
in the above entitled cause. 1 will sell at tht
court house door iu the towu of McMinu
Moiulny, Mar Hi 7, ISM,
the equity of redemption that the heirs oi'
Wm. iMimot, dee'd, have in and to the fol
lowing two duKcrihed tracts of land, to-wit :
One tract lying in tlie litis eitil district ot
Warren county, Tenn., bounded ou the north
by the lands of T. J. HcnncKar, on the eaM
bv James Cope, on the west by Thos. J
llennegsr nnd ou the south by Hurren Fork
river. Thu other tract lying in 10th civil
district of said enmity,' bounded on tin
north bv the lauds ol John Prewcr. on tin
east by the home tract of Wni. Smoot, dee'd
on the west by the lands of Isuuo Knv and
Daniel Anderson and ou tlie south by ICliinl
Anderson, l win also l the same time sell
a tract of land of one acre, more or less, ly
iiiK in the loth civil distr'ct, bounded on tin
north bv the lauds of A. J. Hunt, on tin
east bv Isuuu ltamst-v, col., ou the west b
L. V. Puty.
Terms of sale: On a credit of 12 and 18
months, except $301.84, with interest from
2tith nf April, 179, which will be required
in cash on the first described tract, and the
sum of $388.18, with interest from 26th of
April, 1879, on the other tract. A plat of
said lands will be exhibited on day of sale.
This Yb. 5, 1881. J. C. IULKS C. & M.
Corner Church and Spruce Hreets, near
! C, Nicholson,
To the Citizens of Warren County.
Necessity is the highest human law known
to man. f-'roin it there is no apiicul, and to
its result all are liable. In obedience to
its stern demands I now have lo look nut
for myself, in making my defense to fn
claims, I tender to yon my services in writ
ing deeds, deeds of trust, mortgages, con
tracts of nil kinds necessuiv to be written.
the sale of bind in the county court for par
tition, or to pav debts when the estate is in
solvent, and all proceedings for division,
where said court has juridiclion, and any
oilier business where there is not much J 1 1 1
untion. l'or any and all of the above Her-
vices my charue shall be as low as anv one
else. As u guarantee of success I promise
competency, faithfulness, close attention
and honcstv. dive me n cull. I pan ln
found nt all times in the priind jury room of
llic court House. Auv, ZjIH, WJ.
dec4t6 C. It. DAVIS.
The Lightning -Sewer,
Wllscn's Uiii CsclllstlM Shut-
tie Seivin? Machine.
4 three drawer drop leaf maclunes
with a fu l lute of attachments and war
ranted, for fire years. All these can be
had very cheap by calling on O. M,
TUUUMAS & VO., McMinnvdle.
Cures Consumption, Colds, Pneumonia.
Influenza. Bronchitis, Bronchial Dif-
Hcolties, Hoarseness, Asthma, Croup,
Whoopln? Cough, and all diseases of
me ureauun; urgans. it sootaes ana
heals the Membrane of the Lnntrs, In
flamed and poisoned by the disease,
and prevents the night-sweats and
tightness across tho chest which ac
company IU CONSUMPTION Is not
an Incurable nif.lady. It Is only
necessary to bare tho right remedy,
and H ULL'S BALSAM is that remedy.
lMhVT DESPAIR OP BELIEF, for
mis nenign sperino win cure jou.
ereu iuuuii iroiessiunui aiu iuud
E.-'-ni'v,1.:,,1,,, : ", ; : ,:'., ,,' i
the Mont Powerful Healing Oint
ment and Disinfectant
ITenry'i Carbolio Solve healt bum$.
Jlenrtf't Carbotto Halve enm toret.
Jtnnr'y't t'ltrbolie Natva allay t pain,
Jiwf' Cnrbolle Salve currt eruptiom.
Henry's Carholle Salve heal$ pimples.
Henry 'm Carbolio Salve healt bruise.
Aak for Henry's, and Take No Other.
ty BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. Jt
CUBES IN ONE MINUTE.
Edey's Carbolic Troches,
A SURE PREVENTIVE OF
Contiurlona CiaeMM Colds, HoarsraMa,
Diphtheria, and Whoopinir Cough.
Pleasant to the Taste.
Cress's tapitel Siltsn
Heliave Dyspepsia and Biliousness.
IT FOB SALE BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
JOHW r. HENRY, CURUAN ft CO.,
34 OoHes Plaoe, New York.
For salety f . E. Fleming, Druggist.
The Ladies' Pearl.
Established 1852. .
VOLUME XIV.-NeW Series.
The Pearl is a literary magazine devoted
o the literary and moritl culture of woman.
Since taking charge of this publication, we
iiave enlarged it in many particulars. It is
oiinied on an excellent article of paper,
ind is gotten tip in most handsome style.
VT - 1 I . . . . . .
.m moor or means, wiutin tne limits ol our
ibility, will be spared to make it interesting
ind attractive, hoping thut our friends will
Mistaiu us in our efforts.
Single subscription, one year, including
lo"tnge $2 10
Single subscription six months, in-
"hiding postage...... 1 05
Au extra copy will be sent free, for oue
year, to any one getting up ft club of ten.
Money may be seut by Kxpress, Check or
l'oBtollice Order at our risk. Address
S. P. C1IESNUT, D. P.,
GO TO TIIK
Mammoth Drug Store
or anything you want iu the GENERAL DRUG LINE.
PATENT MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
Dye Stnfw, Glass, Putty, Toilet soaps, Perfumery, Pocket cutlery,
Brushes, Books, Stationery, confectionery, snuff,
SUGAK AND COFFEE,
Tobacco and Cigars, in fact everything kept in a
FIRST-CLASS RETAIL DRUG STORE.
PHYSICIANS will find it to
COUNTRY MERCHANTS will find it to their interest to call
and have their orders tilled for such articles as Essences, Paregoric, Lauda
num, Castor nnd Sweet Oil, hy the dozen.
1 physicians prescriptions filled at all hours by a physician skilled in the pro
fession, cheap for cash. Don't fail to call on
Dr. W. B. Qummings,
North Sitle Public Kqiixrc, Nparlu, !.
$&For poiieIu, colds, and diseases of the theft and luuus. trv a, few bottlei ot k
Compound Syrup nf Tar and Tolu.
F. L. Davies & Bro.,
41 Xortli Clierry St., Sashvlllc, Tenn.
Are now receiving an elegint assortment of goods suitable for all seasons, consisting ef
Vatches, Jewslry, Silvsrvare. Diamonds, Rings, Clocks,
Triplicate Folding Toilet Mirrors,
all of our own importation. The prices can't
from the citizens of Warren county.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
A Word to the Wise !
Farmers, Your Attention.
W"e Trcwent you tlie
Oliver Chilled Plow,
,hichhas Proved Victorious on Every Field,
AND IS "
Tlie liing- Plow of America,'
Beware of Imitations and see that every plow you buy has the name Oliter
on it. Sold in McMinnville by T. F. BURROUGHS SON, who keep ron
stantly on hand Groceries, Hardware, Iron and Nails, Wagon and Bngi
gy Hubs, S lokts , Axles, Springs, Oils and Paints, Hoots and Shew.
w'l!1 at. HurVouglis 1-Ieadquarters. East Main Suet,
McMinnville. T . x .)ai241yHiie7
Latest Styles and Finest Make
Manufactured nnd Imported lyZb
M. B. HAEWELL, McMinnvUle,
COXS1ST1XO OF i
fdstci.ds, Bureaus, Dressing Cases, Wardrobes, Tables
BOOK CASES, DESKS, SECHETAR1ES;
ALL MADE OR IMPORTED TO ORDKR !
, XJlXIEITLIiEXX'S WORK
Done at lowest rates, and attended bj Mr. Harwell la person. The nicest HEAIlSE
he mountain district.
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