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mt election da
J). L. Brown went to Nashville Jioii-
day with an emigrant party bound for
The horses in tho livery stable at
this place have the epizootic in a mild
Dunks, fine green headed mallards,
are plentiful in Mud Creek, near the
The mills on Collin's river find the
i. water exceedingly scarce, as there has
been no rains of consequence for some
Mr. F. II. Davis, alter an absence of
a few days, returned home from Indi
ana, on Monday.
Romeyn Mead's horses ran away last
Saturday. No serious damage except
one horse badly hurt.
We learn that Mr. Foster, a lawyer
at Smithville, accidentally poisoned and
killed himself one night this week. No
Jasper Bain is preparing his river
road, near the railroad bridge, for win
ter. A rise in the river would stop
his wood express to town.
Rev. J. K. Hickman, ;of White
county, passed through town Thursday
ou his way to the meeting of Synod in
Dan Officer, col., with dog and gun
one evening last week caught seven
opossums. It was not a good night
either, for the marsupials.
Several vvagin load.-! of fine apples
sold in town this week for 20 cents per
bushel. We heard of one load selling
for 10 cents per bushel.
Prof. Seitz bus dismissed hi school
for a while in consequence of the inca
sels which is prevailing in his school
and among the families of bis patrons.
Messrs. Kl.im it Uanlrell have pur
chased of Mr. Hudson the contract to
carry the mail from Mc.Minnville to
Beeisliebn, Woodbury and Smith villi.
.Capt. Wade and Mr. Crowlev, of
SmUhvillc, spent a few days in town
this week. They hrought. the election
returns from DcKalu county to this
We observe that there has been some
repairs on our sidewalks in places and
more very much needed. We hope
the example set will be speedily fol
lowed. Revs. wTjT HadciMmd M. B. De
Witt accompanied by (leo. M. Smiirtt
and Prof. N. J. Finney, left Friday to
attend the meeting of the Middle Ten
nessee Svnod at aftirfreetboro.
4 liiiiM't'ry Court.
Judge J. V. Burton opened his
court hero last Wednesday and has
been dispatching business with his usu
All the bridge builders who have
been engaged in erecting the Collins
river railroad bridge, having finished
that structure have gone to U'inchester
to complete the work of the company
Several parties from the lower coun
ties passed through town this week
with dogs, guns, provisions, spirits of
"terpentine" etc., going into camp in
Cumberland mountain to enjoy the
Fly Johnson has been alternately up
and down this week as the news flashed
over the wires for and against his pecu
liar jwlitical faith, but he has been con
doled with the fact that many of his
friends were in the same fix.
Mr. John Hughes, one of the most
extensive brandy manufacturers in this
county, cannot take care of the apples
offerod at bis distillery. Many of our
brandy makers are equally short of
tanks. The enormous fruit crop is the
See what is said to the public this
week by II. II. Faulkner A Co. in the
way of fall and winter goods and new
goods of every ilescripii m in their gen
eral furnishing store, where you will
nlwnyt find what you want at the low-
The following is the amount of freight
nhippcl from this place during Octo
ber: Sheeting, 17 bales; Molasses, 32
barrels; Brandy and Whiskey, 122
barrels; Apples, 12S barrels; Flour,
245 barrels; Dried Fruit, 57,72(5
pounds; Bacon, 1,707 pounds; Laid,
775 pounds ; Com. 823 bushels;
Wheat, 54 bushels; Lumber, 4 cms;
Horses and Mules, 2 cars : Hogs, 1 car;
Logs, 2 cars; Misctlaneous freight,
. A 1 V I I
Dr. Kiichey not only ioul) nis'..;t)rsc
sitting up with Johnson in the telegraph
office Tuesday night, but ho also lost
his opportunity to contribute SI, 000 to
pay the State debt. Alvin Hawkins
after n political nap of 15 years was
aroused by Frank Wilson, and thanked
Mr. G. W. Jones, Ritchey and others
for their kind offers, but assured them
that Teunessee could get along without
Huso Brooks kept a sort of Delphic
Oracle bulletin board this week, and
turned it to suit the wishes of all his
friends. When a Wilson man came
along Huse gave the figures for Wil
son. When a Wright man approached
the figures were yery pluiu for bis
favorite; when a Republican passed
by, Brooks showed him Hawkins as the
coming man. But the cold wave from
the lorth froze out II use's machinery
so that it showed only the north side
with Garfield alone in the field.
Rev. C. Henslcy, who has been sta
tioned ut Sparta for the coming year,
preached at the M. E. Church, South,
here last Sunday night ou his way to
Sparta, His subject was, "Christcame
to seek and save that which was lost."
He handled the subject iu a very ublu
manner and to the satisfaction of oil
who heard him. We congratulate the
people of Sparta on their good fortune
in securing a minister who will doubt
less prove himself worthy his high call
ing. We have on our table a bud of the
(liijiuitic Qilladium the tropical fern.
The calladium never was known to
bloom in this country until the present
year so we are informed. The bud
we have was cut from the ne.-t, after
tro.-t, at River Cliff, growing in a ba.-in
that was a lake. The (lower, when
perfect, must be very beautiful. It is
twenty inches long, six wide, ami re
sembles the (.'alia lily. In in its natu
ral section the leaves grow eijrht feet
loi.g and three or four broad. Mo
stock or in-eet of any kind will bite or
eat the leaf, stalk or iuiiiiof this plant.
Two gentlemen who.e combined
weight is 4'S5 pounds avoirdupois, while
sitting in the telegraph office and on
being informed that the news was rath
er unfavorable, became impatient, be
lieving thai better tidings were in wait
ing for them, and made up a pony
purse by mutual eoniiihulions from
themselves, and at once ordered the
operator to bring the latest loid best
news. In a few minutes the "cold
wave" set in on them and immediately
each bethought himself of some urgent
business at another point leaving the
The t liolr ouccrl.
Understanding that there would be
a lawful assemblage of men, women
and children on Thursday evening of
this week at the residence of Mr. J. F.
Morford, in the capacity of a "Singing
Choir" Concert, a Staxdaiid rejsirter
was dispatched to the scene of action
armed cap-a-pie in editorial stylo and
authority, and look in the occasion as
There were personally present about
thirty individuals, and by proxy about
half a dozen or less, ten cents constitu
ting a bono fide proxy the way we al
ways at tend such gatherings. The re
ceipts of the evening-wcre three dollars
and thirty cents, good uuisic and lots of
fun. The concert closed about 10,
and our reporter returned five min
Wiikki.ku and Wilson. These
names have long been associated to
gether in the luamifitcturc. and sale of
the most popular sewing machine ever
made in this country. Alter a lime
the name Wilson disappeared, and the
business was thereafter conducted un
der the name of Wheeler alone.
The names have been in a similar
way associated in another little affair i
ol courtship, love and marriage, which
resulted as ! (ore in tlx
Y heeler prevailing us the partnership
name of the new firm that recently en
tered into the business of life for better
or worse. They courted as Wheeler
and Wilson, they loved us Wheeler and
Wi'son, but they married ami became
Wheeler the twain becoming one.
On Thursday evening, Oct. 28th, at
the residence of the bride's lather, by
Dr. M. R. DeWitt, Mr. A. O. Wheeler
to Miss Victoria W. Wilson, al! of this '
county. v . I
The happy pair did not forgot the
SrvMiAi:i, out reiiiemiiernl il in a
,ery acceptalle maiiiur, tor which I hey
mve ourcoidi.d aekno.vlrd-'enientsaiid
have our con!
lx-st wishes for their
happiness thioiigh lii
3 10 uureri
-1 only daughter of
aft. 1 Greer, after a se-
vercMinTJ protracted illness of many
weeks, died Saturday, Oct. 30, 1880,
of typhoid fever, at the nge of twelve
years. Her funeral was preached at
Methodist church Sunday, Oct. 31, at
half past two o'clock by Rev. R. J.
Craig to a very large audience of sym
pathizing neighbors and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Greer are in deed ami
in truth sorely and sadly bereaved in
the loss of this the child of their ol
age, and promise of much joy iu th
decline of their years. But death hath
no respect to age nor condition.
Our energetic postmaster, Mr. R.
Kennedy, has mtnle quite an improve
ment in the postoffice at this place in
the way of repairs and numbering the
boxes. This is always creditable, but
the more so ns it was done only a few
days before the election when it was
not certain who would be postmaster
under the next administration. But
that matter is now settled to the satis
faction of both Mr. K. and the com
munity, for if Hancock had been elect
ed Mr. Kennedy would have been the
choice of the most of our citizens for
the place he fills so well.
We understand that our fellow-townsman,
Mr. Jesse Walling has received
the contract to carry the mail by stage
from Lebanon via Sparta to Rock wood,
ou the Cincinnati Southern R. R. This
will add very materially to the mail
facilities of Sparta and the people along
that line, and when our road reaches
(.'any Folk, which it will do in a very
short time, the people will realize the
fact that railroads, after all, are a bless
ing to the country and not so frightful
a source of evil si.-, many of our would
be leaders have tried to make them ap
pear. Mct-liu; ol' Teacher.
The Teachers Institute of Warren
county met at Bluli' Springs, Saturday,
Oct. 30, 1880. After organization the
opening address was delivered by Prof.
L. P. Kvnns. Best method of teach
ing Orthography discussed by Prof.
A. Womack. Best method of teach
ing Reading by Prof. F. M. Womack.
Best mode of teaching English
Grammar, by Prof. L. P. Evans. Bust
mode of teaching Geography, by Prof.
F. M. Womack. Best mode of tench
Arithmetic, by Prof. A. Womack.
School government, by Prof. L. P.
Evans. How the common schools can
be rendered more efficient, by C. C.
Smith, County Superintendent.
The Institute ordered that a copy of
the minutes be prepared for publica
tion. Tendering its thanks to Messrs.
W. Cantrell and T. L. Richardson for
the music furnished, also to the ladies
for their attendance and the sumptuous
dinner furnished by them, the Iii.itilute
adjourned nine die. i
I. D. Womack, See?
.4 Jro!o.ilioii lo f!utlci!ls.
For the encouragement of students,
we propose to open a column in the
Stanhai:) for the publication of the
best composition, wriiiin entirely by
the student w ho furnishes it, and so en
dorsed by the teacher of that subject
iu the school of which the student is a
member. The luugth of the composi
tion must not exceed thirty-two lines
on foolscap paper. The name of the
student, school, teacher and postolliee
address must be written in ink plainly
on each manuscript. The composition
adjudged best only will be pub
I it lied with the name of the writer and
school. No inanusciipts.reliiriicd.
The subject is always to be announced
in these columns, and to be the same
for all competitors. The subject for
our next issue, Nov. l'lih, is "Human
,. . .1...
ill'' 'ssiiou. i lavor an oxnan-i
ive analysis r.i eaco sin,)i-ci,
1 should h iyveti as a part of the coin
; p '-i'ion, showing the iltlh reiit heads
mnli i' winch l lie suoj'-ei is ireaieo. im
illustration, take the character of
Wahsinuton. The analysis might be
something like this :
1. His character as a citizen.
2. His character as a soldier.
3. Ilis character as a statesman.
4. His character pre-eminently as a
Losses iiutl (Jains.
1-M ward-- retain entire control of the
"mush pot" amid all thelos-.es.
Those j;is.-ionute peixms who carry
their hearts in tin ir innuths arc rather
j ft rt,'-d I their threat,
1 enings servit g no other ptirp-e than to.
prosperity aiul '"'"'i in mm nun is uire.iie.ie l.
. i- i . i . .i . .
ITTt ' teaching both "Geometry
and Trigonometry. These book3 will
bo hailed with delight by every teacher
of these sciences, ns a long felt want
well met. The author is a teacher of
long experience, and, in common
all teachers of geometry, has found
that something is lacking to make
students take hold of that science and
master it, and has in his book attempted
to remove the difficulty by giving the
student "facts before theories," which
begets confidence iu himself to take
bold of the theories and use them as a
means for the acquisition of other facts,
and thus build upon bis own foundation
a knowledge of the sciem 2. The plan
here adopted is to devote Part I. of the
book to a. plain, simple statement of
the definition and principles of the
science, with illustrations and examples
that cannot fail to fix the facts on the
student's mind before he is required to
demonstrate anything. For instance,
the Pythagorean proposition is present
ed in the introduction, page 50, and il
lustrated by the simplest rules of men
suration, and the student thus made to
know it to be true before he sees the
demonstration. Ho now knows it to
be true and has his curiosity awakened
to see how the great truth is demonstra
ted, and is then referred to the demon
stration in Part II. of the same book.
We would advise all our teacher
friends who desire to make geometry
easy and interesting to their students
to send at once for these two books. If
we were in the school room to-day, as
we were for many years gone by,
we would not be without these two
books longer thau the mails could bring
them to us.
Head This Column.
Dr. liagland's celebrated Lightning
IJelief is the greatest discovery of tho
age for the relief of pam. J. 15
What id it that never fails to cure!
rheuuiatisni nml neuralgia? Dr. llag
I a nd's Lightning Relief. J. h. Kitehey.
..gnin.ng iu-i.e M a ,ure cure .or
s.ck and nervous; hea.lache. Lor sale
Lightning Relief i.i a sure cure for
"y - ii Jv"(:"e'-
"Thn tall inerclmot of the niotm -
tains," J. (J. M. Utws, has, and will
have'fora fev days only,' Now ami
Fancy DollnmnHand Cloaks, pretlvand
stylish, which he will sell very low W
If you want soinething to cure tooth -
ache and enrache. Use LiohuiiiiL' Re -
'u'f. J. 1). Ritchey. ootJtnO
Special attention U called to J. C.
Martiu's complete stock of Clothing
which he will now sell at close figures.
Hedesiies his friends and customers to
call and examine his goods. nG-'Jt
Now is the lime for pork and tur
nips, and Brewer it Noi l bent's is the
place where you will always find them
bs well as many other fresh eatables
utid fancy notions. lib -Ut
The election is over a.idJWuinack it
Colville Miveda few goods in the snuf-h
up for their customers, and have added
since some cloaks and dollnmns. They
will do their best to heul the wound by
giving good bargains. tit f"
"Uncle John," said a bright little
girl of eight Fiiininers to a gentleman
whose hair was just showing tints of
silver, "Why can't you walk as hist as
I?" "My dear, I once chased the but
terfly with a light elastic step like yours,
but I am too old for such sports now,
am besides a victim of Rheumatism,
nml inti-t therefore stop at the nearest
drug store for a bottle of ConssenV
Lightning Liniment, which will cure
Rheumatism, Lame Rack, Spiains,
Bruises, etc." Price 50 els. For sale
by J. B. Ritchey, Mc.Minnville.
For' Hit l.udies.
One dollar and fifty -cents will buy
the Combination I'Icater, the best
made, which doe; nil kinds of plaiting
or plaiting ami fluting. For sale at II.
L. Stanley's store, Mc.Minnville, Tenn.
Orders hy 'mail .promptly filled.
net Id oin 1
If you UiK'e a cough or cold, or di
eiiie ol' the ihroitt ami lungs, use Cons
sens' Honey nf Tar, the hest ami purest
compound ever iiU'red the puhlic.
There are a few worthless imitations nf
this valuable remedy, hut il has no j
rival as a ready relief for di.-ca.--cs nt !
the throat and lungs, had colds, ami
i ii i I;
severe cougns ui long t-:mili:g. I se
Cousseiis' Honey ol Tar and gi t ii.1 of
your cough ! lionrsene-.-s anil difliculty
of lireathiinr. l'l ie" "() cts. I'ur sale
hy .1. li. Kiichey, McMinnviUc.
jilln .'i.'.sll h.illlcni.
't ltlll N ! I 4 I'llIIICs!
Alreadv some eight or nine teleiihne.
arc ll iperalloii,,'cniincetuig liusiness
Ikhucs w it h resiii-!ic"s, ,Mr. 'I iios.
Wagoner has the agency and is putting
thi'iii up to order ami giving entire s:il
istucridii. Uut seeing is ! lieviug, ai.il
! if you want to see for yourself c ill ar
I anv one of the following p!ac-s: J.
i r. Live vs furniture stoic. (). ,M. 1 1 1 1 if-
r T ii
j.,.,... & N'"'-- Jes-e .... .mgs
sliire. J. (. .Martins store ami-.re
; Si am.ai;i ,,liic (. Mr. Wngon-.-r is
!.,,nv pivp ned top.,.t,p lelephoms lo
j oider at' l at iea-on.:Me rnt's. ( 'all mi .
j hi-n or leave ..i-l.-r- at II. L. Stanlev's i
v;.iA Y; Vcvii7'XV
fi;i:sii c.x.i:i) coons,
SI OA 11,
TO I! ACCOM, CJOAHS,
i,d"'r.';ftnor,ts Show, lints, of the latest style, sent i.N
;i lull line of family groceries. We have justV.
Winch wo ruiiisi ti. sell C III' A l ami W UK AXT just s we represent it. Cull mid H'e il 'ef're it is picked over. V
1.0OG Pounds Falcon Mills' Flour. ?ew
Sowin; ZM.'tcliino Needles and A-ttitcdiments'. always on iTahCif'
Mereerit I'mln- vs. i. '. Humble, before J.
P. Wiirrea enmity.
IX liiis eiius" it a t (ii'ii ri n lT from the nfli.ln
vit nf the ).l;,inii!i's tl,;it ili-l'chilaiit, li. 1'.
lluinlilr, is iiiir l.ti il to (lien iiihI is u ihhi
rcsiilcni nf tliii ,S;,.. I :iv i li lc ohtaiueil
I'rutii .1. .1. " tt i :i -k , :i Justice of the Peace,
mi oriirinal nttiii-lnnciit nuninst the estate of
the (h'lciiihint, ;onl tin- Mime liavitii; heen
lcvii il mi tin- ili U ii'hihtV property, il is or
dered, hy the Justice nf the Pence that the
(U l iiilunt tippi-iir licfnre snid .). ,1. Winiiiick,
.1. P., ut his oilice ia Mr Mi mi villi-, mi tin 17th
ilny of Noveinher, 1 SiO, to defend snid at
tachment suit, in-it will lie pi'oeeeded with
rs onrtc. Il i:i I'lirlin-r oiih-n d Hint thin no
tice lie pnhlishnl in the Me.MiniiviUe Staild
iird. This Oct. lii, lss'l.
J. WOMACK, J. P.
SO Tit K.
All ic-sniis- imlrhtcil to l'.itcliey it Scott
either hy note or account are earneslly re
quested to make 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , or 1 will he
compelled lo put the same out for collec
tion. The junior pin tner urires me, and t lit
condition ol the liusiin -s is sin li I inn com
pelled to close it up. Ihspi clfnlly,
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For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
which is at once
healthy, and ef
fectual for ure-
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; with the (loss and freshness of youth.
I Thin hair is thickened, fallim? hair
rlieekod. nml hnhlne--- ofren. thrmn-h
not always, cured bv it.s use. Noth
ing can restore the hair where the
follicles are destroved, or the jhuil-i
at liea nml iw: JJut slK.h a3
11 can be saved for usefulness
! hy this application. - Instead of Ibul-
1 i"K the hair with a pasty sediment, it
i ivill l;eep it clean and vigorous. Its
j occasional use will prevent the hair
. turning gray or t;il hng oil and
1 1) III.) IV U P'JllH.: l 1 J'tll ilLHII.- II till
, porous, and injurious to the hair, the
! Vigor can only benelit but not harm
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it. it wanteU merely lor a
nothing elso can Lo found so desir
id'lc. Containing neither oil nor
dye, it does not soil w hite cambric,
and yet lasts long on the hair, giving
it a rich, flossy lustre and a grateful
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