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McMiunvllle, Tenn., April 0, 1881.
LOCAL ITEMS.
Wonuck A CoivlUe'i Column.
IHHHMH
See legal and non-resident notices.
Col. Marchbanks passsed up yester
day to Sparta.
Mrs. Livingston goes Monday to get
goods and notions for everybody.
Kx-Gov. Porter says the watchword
is: On to Sparta with the railroad !
Go to J. P. Lively's lor picture
frames, blinds and sash and furniture
cheap.
General stock of furniture always on
hand cheap at the steam factory of M.
B. Harwell.
Two thousand yards all wool ingrain
carpet, very cheap to clow, at Brown,
KiwiAitiw & Co'h., Nashville. 492.
Ueed's (Jilt Edge Tonic prevent
night tiwcaut.
Huckot says thoy have the finest lot
tit neck tics ever exhibited here, at J.
U M. hosa and llacket is not extravagant.
Iveed's Gilt Edge. Tonic cures kidney
UMcaso.
Mn. T. L. MarthaU.
GREAT ATTRACTIOifS
it. loud Hotel,
10 North Summer street,
Nashville, - - Tenn.
This Hotel has recently beeu entirely refur
nished, and is now ready to entertain tran
sient as wen as permanent boarders. Tran.
suuit $1.00 per day. 4U
OFFERED BY
The Sparta Expositor under the man
agement of Mr. R. P. Baker presents
a neat appearance.
We promised to give our opinion of
the road law, but an we have not a
copy of it as amended will have to de
fer it.
Five tltoifcmnd yaixh heavy two-ply
carpet at 4U cents a yard at liROWN,
Richards & CWs., Nashville.
Wotnack & Golville
Heed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures indigestion.
uotoj. t.. jm. koss lor ginuine
Seed-tick Lotlee the best liio.
IN THEIR
NEW SPRING GOODS,
James Caiup, of the firm of Haynes
& Camp, job printers, Nashville, came
up Monday to attend the burial of his
father, Dr. J. T. Camp.
See new advertisements of J. C.
Martin, J. C. M. Ross, Womack &
Colville and J. B. Ritchey. They are
in earnest and mean business.
Ladies' and misses' Newport ties and
other f resh eoods. and cents' walking which Mr. Wnmnnk Kab lust nnrMmpd
shoes and spring hats, of all styles, at at the most favorable time and best
Uements. He would have said this terms for sellinz at
1 - 1 I , 1 1 T 11.1 1 I
last ween out oia uoreas naa not closed
his brumal concert. So now's the
time. Come everybody. 3263
Wanted 500 bushels of corn, 1000
pound of lard, 5000 pounds of good ba
con at Hubble & Seitz's. 423.
GREAT
BARGAINS
R. R. O. stands for Rather Red
Onions, which are for sale at Brewer A to their customers.
Northcut'a Fancy Store. 3194
Non-Eesidont Notice.
In Chancery at MeMinnvUk.
Cyrenin Stcpp et al., vs. Francis Rhea et ah
IN this Cause it appearing to the satisfac
tion of the Clerk and Master from nnm
plainants' bill, which is sworn to, that the
defendant, the children and heirs of Sarah
Ann Daniel, whose names are unknown,
Matilda Clark and her heirs and children.
whose names are unknown. Elizabeth 8ims
ana tier husband James Sims, and their
neirs ana children whose names are also un
known, Francis Pool and her husband John
Pool, are non-residents of the State of Ten
nessee, or whose residence are unknown, so
that the ordinary process of law cannot be
served upon them, it is therefore ordered
tnut publication he made for four conseou-
tive weeks in the McMinnville Southern
Standard, commanding the said defendants
to appear on or before the next term of this
court to be held at the court-house in Mo-
Minnv lie, Tenn., on the 1st Monday of May
1881, then and there to plead, answer or de
mur to complainants' bill, or the same will
tiiKen lor confessed ns to them and set for
hearing ex parte. This 24th March, 1881.
.1. C. BILES i;. & M.
3204 ?y A. B. Ramsey. D. C.
Smith & Fairbanks solicitors.
Another new plow in our field (the
Standard) this week, the Advance
Plow. See what II. H. Faulkner &
Co. say of it. We are now runninq
these plows.
Vienke, 14 Mars. La Cham Ire
des Deputes a elu pie-ident M. Smolka
par 184 voix, contre 146 dounes M.
Kechbauer. M. Smolka a accepte sa
nomination.
grammar ot the Latin language i i .l . l c. t?
f- r l.t J
.u. u.o uu in Buuuum nnu wwegts, rfeaf. Apply to V. 1 . Leiper & Co.,
witn exercises and Vocabularies ; and agents. 423
Latin Header adapted to the . ,ar . .. w Our fttonhln niW Mmnlfitfi
ft hrtlfO n n riftH I t-n mmnn 1. XT I - - ! '
KU U...UUI..., n itu a. I'iro store for the nicest straw hate imported,
and a Vocabulary, both by Wil-
iam Bingham. 'A. M.. author of He box paper, stationery aud tancy
w - i , ,, I . i . i, , i . l.
innrhnm a I 'nncnr and Rinrrhnni'o
b " " " " elty Store of Brewer & Northcut,
jiihmi vjiuiiminr, unu oupurinieiiaeni
Dr. W. II. Durnall, of Chattanooga,
arrived Monday, and has preached a
series of able and poiuttd sermons at
the C. P. church, where he has been
assisting Dr. DeWitt in an interesting
meeting.
Maj. Merriwether, of Huntsville,
Ala., on receipt of a telegram an
nouncing the de'ath of Mrs. L. Vir
ginia French, his wife's sister, started
and arrived here Saturday evening last
after her burial that morning.
Cupt. Jas. M. Davis says that he
desires lh.it distillers should obey the
law and save him the unpleasautuess of
the seizures which he has been com
ju'lled to make. lie takes no pleasure
iu such enforcement of the law.
of the Bingham School, Mebaueville,
, C.
These books, as the above authorship
clearly shows, were prepared by an ex
perienced and successful teacher, whose
It has been suggested that in the re
moval of the remains of deceased
friends from the old to the new ceme'
teiy the same regard should be had for
both localities, and the grounds left as
neatly arranged iu the one as in the
other. This seems right and only needs
attention called to it. The community
h sacredly interested in both.
Itiluriuulioii t anted.
11. P. Sloan of this section can ob
tain some useful information by apply
ing to the editor of the Standakd.
Revenue I rials.
J. C. Hughes was acquitted of the
charge of illicit trniffic in brandy last
Wednesday, and Jonah Hughes, Sam
Gibbs and Shade Gwyn were bound
over to Federal Court by U. S. Com
missioners Kennedy and Neal.
To tlie I'ublic.
I may have done Rev. S. P. Bell in
justice while drinking and under a pas
sion, and if such is the fact I take
pleasure in retracting the same. So
far as I know of my own knowledge
have found him a christian gentleman
April 4, 1881. Geo. Maxey.
I accept the above as a final settle
ment of the matter referred to.
Stephen P. Bell.
April 4, 1831.
Dentil.
ur. dames monta camp, a we
known citizen of wir town, died last
Sunday, April 3, 1881, after a sore af
fliction of some three months with
complication of diseases, mainly in his
lungs.
Dr. Camp was born Sept 2, 1823,
ju Giles county, Tennessee, professed
religion and joined the C. P. CliurcU
in 1871, and died in full faith that his
eins were pardoned. He was buried
en Tuesday by the Masonic fraternity
according to their funeral ceremonies
in connection with the funeral services
of the church, conducted by Dr. De
Witt. The bereaved family have the sym
thies of our community in this their
ead loss.
Popular Latin Text Books Noticed.
Butter, eggs and all kinds of country
produce taken in exchange fur goods at
Hubble & Seitz's. 423
ron mi-
No mistake about Homestead. See
certificate of Jackson Gribble, Esq.
4J
SPRING TRADE,
Stop and Consider.
Spring has coined and with it our
scholarship and life-lone labors in the ?PS B liave me .d a .cm"
. . ., Mnff- w e liave and are daily receiving
;m,u,-roum f.mu.eu mm w Know me . st(jck of Jregs pood9
m . . . I CD 1 O O
wants of both teacher and studeut in for ladies, and furnishing goods for
the study of the Latin language. It gents; dry goods of every description ;
would be strange, indeed, if an author re,y ,niu,e clothing for men boys and
with such peculiar qualifications, and cnimren! &,ocene8 ana P"vuio,
surrounded hr auspicies so favorable "r.(lw"'. queen waro nu ai wares.
. , , . , . , . . wmcn we win sen low ior casn or ex-
s u.ose u.mer wo.cn ne nas spe.n n.s chnn for coun( produce. Give us
Iw I 1 i' " 1 f I .11 - .
ne, snouju ian oi ins aim, t. e., tne a call. Walling & Gross.
reparation of Latin books to suit both 32G4
the teacher and the student. But thr
unparalled sale of these books declares
unmistakably that he h.is not failed
The Grammar is pre-eminetly "a
practical first book in Latin, simple
enough for beginners, and vet full
enough for more advanced students."
Dear brother teacher, is not this ex
actly what you want 7 Would not
this be your aim if you v. ere going to
make a Latin grammar ?
We cannot present all the distin
guishing merits of the book in this ar
ticle, but would say, if you find your
pupils are puzzled and discouraged in
the study of Latin, and you yourself
at a loss for a remedy, do as we did liilchey,
many years ago try Bingham's latin
Grammar. You will find the subiect
CONSISTING OF
DRESS . GOODS,
FOR LADIES,
Reaiy-Mafle and Materials for Mate.
Hurry up before it is all gone and
get your Fertilizer of Leiper & Co.,
agents. 426
No Mistake Now.
Mr. J. S. Maddux, to avoid all mis
takes about doors, or otherwise, now
proposes to bring Ins choice meats to
your oim doors, and for this purpose
will run Ins meat wagon regulaily in
the trade 6 times a week. 2lvd
Mr. Womack claims to know wliat nirliv
calico is, aim lias elrcu'd las stock accord
nig tolas best taste, also
WHITE GOODS,
MWINEOFCARDW" four tiaiei a day 0ing,mms
akeu a happy household. 7
Percales,
makes a happy
For sale by J. IJ. Hitchey, druggist
Dr. Ragland's celebrated Lightning
Relief is the greatest discovery of th
age tor the reliet or. pain. J. 15.
o30m6
Take " BLACK-DRAUGHT " and you
will never lie bilious.
treated in a natural, easy and simple For sale by J. 1$. Ritchey, drnjrgist.
Martvic's
manner. iMadvigs system of
der in the third declension
been adopted as the shortest
easiest learned, occupying
gen-
has
and
only
What is it that never fails to cure
rheumatism and neuralgia? Dr. Rag-
land's Lightning Relief. J. B. Ritchey.
Cretons,
Lawns,
Muslins,
Trmming Silks,
and in fact, any article of I-auies' wear tlu
may be called lor ; and a lull siul ci mnlet
sioc-lt ot
nbotit two pages, while the geude'r
is omitted in the vocabulary in order to
compel students to learn it from this
system.
The Reader is adapted to the Gram
mar, and is peculiarly suited as a read
ing book, intermediate between the dis
jointed sentences of the exercises in
grammar and the concise style of Ca;sar
which is the first Latin classic book
usually read.
For the benefit of both teacher and
If you want something to cure tooth
ache andcarache, use Lightning Re
lief. J. li. Ritchey. o30n6
Gents
Furnishing
Goods
Don't neglect to buy the Ifomestead
Fertilizer if you want to make your
land make big crops. Win. h. Leiper
& Co., agents. 423
U. W. Frizzetl
J. C. Martin.
Cms. R. Martin.
IsTEW FIRM.
MARTIN & CO!
1 AM TL Y GKOCERIES
-AND-
General Furnishing Store,
Spring street, communicating with J. C. M.irtin'a store, McMinnville, TenietMi
:o:
J. C. Martin, of the new firm, has lust returned from Durchaoine ft new and Mlect lUeK
of Goods, consisting of Family Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery, Farming Implement.
Farm and Garden Seeds, Stoves and Tinware.
We will also keep full supplies of Flour, Meal, Meats, and other provisions, and will ftf
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
For all Kinds of Country Produce,
OPTICAL GOODS!
'DIAMONDS
SPECTlUfS.tHFFYCFlfp
CORN.;,
?u"f GENEVA
lTlilSTER,
Eye tilaHHn
COQUELLES,
The Lightning Sewer,
or
Wilson's
New Oscillating Shut- ALL KINDS.
tie Sewing Machine.
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
A
FULL STOCK.
4 '" J.''. .jffiiwiiiT'VT1"T,T 1
GEOEGE E. CALHOUN & CO.,
Maxwell Honso Corner,
IVfiwliville, - - lemi.
We keep in stock a complete assovtment of
Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry,
PLATED JEWELRY,
PLATED AND SOLID SILVERWARE.
Call on us when you come to the Exposition, Be
pairini promptly attended to.
A three drawer drop-leuf madiinei
with a full line of attachment and war
ranted for fire years. AU thee can be
had veru cheap bn callina on O. M.
TIIURMAN ct CO.. McMinnville.
C
1
Dumb.
HALL'S
.BALSAM
F. L. Davies & Brom
J" IB "W IE L IE 3,
41 flortli Cherry St., Nashville, Tenn.
'7
. The Best Plow.
The Advance "Chilled Flow, the best
in the trade. Lverv one warranted.
If not equal or superior to any other
plow, here or elsewhere we will make
it. ko. W'c friinrfintpe if. to crivA sfltis-
i ... .i ... . ' e. : - - : o
learner in pronunciation, me quantities faction. Cull and examine it.
of the vowels not long or short by no- II. II. Faulkner & Co.
1 f 1 i tit nA in Tlx nnlr a1 I
reauer, as wen as inrougtiout tne gram- materials just received at Hubble &
mar. 1 his guides the learner by sight Seitz's. 3123
in Fpeakinc the lantruaee from the b&
J t. , .,TT T I . 1 . .....
einnine till he reaches Cassar. when he . "Unc e jorni, said a Drignt mtie
Rendynnuie and materials for make,)
Ready Made Clothing,
SlioeH mid Boots
FOR THE SEASON.
LUNGS
Cares Consnmptlon. Colds, Pnenmonla,
Inflaenza, Bronchitis, Bronchial Dif
ncnlttes, Hoarseness, Astnma, troop.
Whooping Contrh, and all diseases of
the Breathin? Organs. It soothes ana
heats tno inemDrane or me Lnnn, in
flamed and oolsoned br the disease.
and prerenta the nlfrht-sweats and
tightness across the client which ac
company it. CONSUMPTION- li not
an incurable malady. It Is only
necessary to have the rtpht remedy,
and HILL'S BALSAM Is that remedy.
DON'T UESPAIIl OF RELIEF, for
this benign speciflo will cure yon,
ctoo uioua proicssioniu tuu itius
HENRY'S
CARBOLIC SALVE.
the Most Poiverful Ileal tng Oint
ment ana Disinfectant
ever Discovered.
JTenry'$ Carbolio Salv heal bum.
Unnry'$ Carbolio Salve eurrt core.
Jlrnru't Carbolio Salve alia tit vain.
llvnry'a Carbolio Salve eurr eruption.
Jlenry' Carbolio AalM Heals im(e.
Henry' Carbolio Salve heal bruise.
Ak for Henry's, and Take No Other.
IS" BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. rl
TOWNSLEY'S
I T'"'" r f ' f'i""T'X?'1
Are now receiving an clegint assortment of goods auituble for all SeMOhK) boHaiiting et
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware. Diamonds, Rings, Clocks,
Triplicate Folding Toilet Mirrors,
all of our "W" importation. The prices can't be equaled anywhere. We solicit a .011
from tue citizens of Warren county. jaaZZul
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
. . i "ga
Twenty Years Malic a Score,
Kahm has served that and IVlorO
H A H M,
1
M Mm
10
it
MAKER.
Thankini; his friends and customers for more work than he fcoiild perforin for twtntjr
yearb ami more past, lie asks a contiuance of the Name Upon the nsourancc on hii pari
that he is now better pie)areit than ever beiore to gecommodHte them having furhithce
his shop rectly with a new and splendid outfit of Mtock, NaterlalN, New Tool)
I.llNtN. 1'ateriiN. and every thine in his line of work. Mr. Kahm believes that it It
"better to give than receive," he therefore asks his friends to give him a call before try1
ing elsewberc. pnop tact aiam St., oia stana. csept. 18, isu. eepiu
pis' ht my cupiiiii is 1 united, all customers are requested to pav Tor work on delivery)
w .tlndit which I cannot keep up my stock of materials. "15fS
girl of eieht summers to a gentleman
whose hair was just showing tints oi
Itt'ed's Gilt EJge Tonic is safe for
children.
1-000 Worth,
Received and on sale $1,000 worth
of spring clothing for the people St
prices to suit the people ana me umes
The best stock ret offered.
493 J I. II. FU'LKSLR & Co.
has acquired such a habit of correct
pronunciation that he is likely not to Ruver "Why can't you walk as fast as
depart therefrom. These works are I?" "My dear, I once chased the but-
now in use in the C. F. College, of tin's terhy with a light elastic step like yours,
place, and in Irving College, and many mi , nm, oiVJ V
loois oi me coun- . . therefore ston at th nmrMt
try, and can be had by teachers for ex- drug store for a bottle of Coussens'
amiuation gratis on application to J. W. Lightning Liniment, which will cure
Paulett. Knoxville. Tenn.. or Dr. J. Kheumatisra, Lame Hack, hprains,
.11 f r i i I
n ;ti.nw Mf:n:iu nv., urtuses, etc. rnce ou cts. x or sale
npfi-K )-H'ii t ernw
We presume it is out of resnect to
the office of Chief Magistrate of the . lightning Keliet is a sure cure lor
lT.;i,i .i .i t .u "'en aim nervous neauacne. forsaic
J u I LCU UUUC8 Ulttt II1B IllHUUgtTS 01 IIIB j J JJ JJj(cJy
Exposition have invited President Gar- ' ' '
ALSO
position
field to attend their exhibition iii May
next; and that they have invited Gen
Hancock because he is the most promi
neut civilian and soldier of the country.
Itt"oTiff"',Tftslinguished representative
men are to be invited, we hope the
QUEENSWARE,
Wood and Hollow Ware,
Family Groceries
Beauty, health, and happiness for ladies
in "WINE OF CARDU1."
For sale by J. B. Ritehey, dreggist.
Our colored brethren have given up
all hones of "fortv acres and a mule"
as a gift from the government, and are of the bc8t J1"';'' n f!erJ ,rtic,e kfpt
o
resipninir themfiplves prndnnllv tn thp
niauagers will uot be intimidatoJ by a knowledge that ofilv bv industry and
ffal(e tanatical spirit of loyalty from correct deportment can they win the
inviting ex-rresident Jefferson Davis, esteem ot their countrymen. They en-
whoisinfact and in history a true N0? no LpPecml J)r!v,,efe or """numty,
reprewiiuure or nis mcuon. o,lur Stomach. Ril oum. rt.'mn
.u.m .u.,t. r, v , .-.j .c, ...ue vur- 'labier's Yccctab e L ver Powder
Price 50 cts. For sale bv J. B. Ritchev.
tains and window shades at Brown,
Richards A Cos., Xflshville.
ucli'feO-lv-altern
AVe houcht sueressftillv, and can sell low
for CASH or COUNTRY PRODUCE. Call
and see our poods, opposite W arren House
before purchasing elsewhere.
Womack $ Colville.
Hi
TOOTHACHE 1
CUBES IN ONB MINUTB.
Edey's Carbolic Troches,
FARMERS HEADQUARTLRS,
m. F. Leiper & Co.,
IVIclVIinnvillc, - Tenn,,
ARE AGENTS FOR
BURNT BONE FERTILIZER,
the greatest thing out for the recovery of wot4!! riiif; 1 ri. tl r1 . antl Fo
increasing the strength of rich lands. No humbug, as we can show 100 cbrtiS
cates at our our office bearing testimony to its wonderful fertilizing qiialitie'
Among the number we append the certificate of Mr. Jack bribble) 011b bi lot
best and raost reliable farmers in this county :
Certificate of Mr. Gribble.
This is to certify that I houcht of Messrs Wm, F. Helper & Co. & bairrele bit their Bbe
Fertilizer, and used only 2 barrels on about 8 acres of corn, planted aboul - . I
cultiqated about acres, leaving off the Fertilizer, and the result was that the groand
fertilized made double the amonut of corn of the piece not fertilized. - I found a'so that
. i i t . i. . . i. I i. . : . L I. i L . I
i ...n. ... ine corn was auoui iwu wct-KB t-nriiur iiiiin niiy ui my uriniiiiuroj uesiurv, one Dami li
lOl bdlUUy Wi A. llcllllllj lirillill. 200 lbsis equal to at least 60 wagou loads of the best sUihlb manure spread tipoh the lied,
as tne Jiurnt none utisi is a lanu ioou, anti remains in tne son tin exnaustea DT tuces
crops. I only used one tablespoonful to each hill of corn. I cheerfully recommend the
Fertilizer as everything cluimed for it for cotton, tobaeCo wheat and corn..
A SURE PREVENTIVE Ot
Oontasiotis Ciseaaea Colds, HoaraeneM,
jjipntntina) ana w aoaping voagut
l'leaiant to the Taste.
C:t:i': kmii BillHi
Believe Dyspepsia and Billouanees.
tV FOR SALE BYALL DRUGGISTS.
JOHN I. HENRY, CTJRRAN & CO,
HOI.I PBOPR1BTORS,
34 Oollefre Plaoe, New Tork.
E
C
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T
EDGE
We most respectfully solicit the farmers of Warren, White. DeKalb and the inrrotiad
. . . ... ...... -. .
inc counties to caireu i
ful Fertilizer.
us and get pauiphlbU giving full directions how to use this wonder
WM. IEIPTSJR At CO.,
DEALERS IN
Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oats, Stock Peas,
DRIED FRUIT SEEDS, 0
BACON, BULK MEAT AND LARD,
I. a Thorough Iton.e.ly .,7 7 amount, fif SniWm. SliTlM imrn'nft
In every case of Fever and Ague, while for I 1 ,1 1 11 7 77 ''
disorders of the stoinaeli, torpidity of the (fW lUUM'SL DtUriCl, pVWC IU ZaSl Oil aCllVCril,
Live,, Indigestion and disturbances of the
Animal forces, which debilitate, it has no
TONIC
equivalent and can have no subslitnte. It
shnuld not be confounded with the tritura
ted compounds of cheap spirits and essential
oils, often sold under the name of Bitteis.
terFcr Sale ty all Ernggists and
Sosorai ccaicrs i.vcrywtcre.
CHANGKOP BASE.
For more capacious quarters we have moved and opened our general business for fr
mers at brf-V more house recently occupied by T F. Burroughs 4 Son, East Main atreei
where we will be glad to see all farmers and planters. frbSyl
WM. F. LEIPER & CO.

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