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McMinnville, Tcnn., April 23, 1881.
BREVITIES. Spring opened Tuesday at 8 a. ni. The Municipal election, May 7th 1881 Dr. Smurtt laid oQ' his talma at 7:30 a, m. Mrs. T. II. Faulkner is gone on a trip to St. Louis. Judge 'Williams panted to Spencer court Hi is week. Mr. Bonner, of Viola, Tuesday. . was in town last Teter Gartner says grass grew two inches Monday night. Doty finds no trouble In supplying the de mand for coal. (irecn tipples by the wagon load are 'still Helling on our streets. The wife of Judge P. Ilickerson died last Sunday evening ut her home near Manchester. Eggs will drop after Easter. Chattanooga Commercial. Many were dropped before. See what Mr. Livingston says in the Kta.ndaki) and then call and see the things mentioned. Ed Tynes, of Nashville, took laudanum by mistake for cough syrup and is yet la a critical condition from its effects. Mr. A. A. Fall, of that substantial firm, Cray, Kirkmau & Fall NashvilU, was anion; his friends and customers here last week. Itouiantlo Kscapc. James Etter and Miss Jennie Macon in a bridal excursion, partaking, it Is said, some what of a runaway affair, attempted to ferry Collin's river at Mead's mill last Sunday. The current proving too strong, bore the boat, buggy, horse and the happy pair down the stream till they were nenring the mill dam, with the fearful thought that very soon they would be precipitated over the fall into a watery grave. Mr. E. made good his es cape Tiy jumping out and perching upon a log, and some spectators by this time had launched a skiff in which they rescued the bride just before reaching the dare. The boat went over the fall, with horse and bug gy unmoved, down into the water and shot up nguin, bo as to let the water out behind, and poised Itself on the surface with the horse and buggy still on board, and floated down till all was anchored and rescued safe and unhurt. Fact is stranger than fiction. Index lo First and Four 111 Pages. We have made arrangements to furnish our readers the latest news from all parts of the United States and foreign countries on our first and fourth pages, and State and county items on the second and third pnges, thus giving all that any one could ask in the way of both local and general news. We present this week as a sample of general news the following list of contents: News Notes, Summary of Important Events, Per so nul and General, Congressional Proceed ings, Terrible Calamity, Murderers of Czar Convicted, Terrible Story of Hardship and Starvation, Far Northwest Experiences. A Woman who conld Swim, Science aud Indus try, Pith and Point, Poetry, Balm of Vesu vius, Home and Farm, Bulb Planting, Sen ate Eras, Nature of Hydrophobia, General Markets. J. II. Koberson, clerk, says the forms will soon be ready for the assessors. TAX LEVY FOB 1881. For County purposes. On each $100 of taxable property, 20 cents ; on each poll, 25 cents ; on each suit In courts of record $2 60 (except upon applications for dower and homestead, upon which no tax was levied); on each suit before magistrates in criminal eases, $1 on all privileges, same as State tax. For School Purposes. On each taxable poll, 50 cents; on privileges on each $100, 10c ; privileges on saloons and liquor deulers same as State tax ; on each $100 taxable property, 10 cents. , f OVEK THE COUNTY. CROSS ROADS. Corn is going down in the ground and wheat is looking up. Fruit not yet killed. Ladles, Tour Attent Ion. Before you thiuk of buyiug else where, co and see what Mrs. J. C. Martin has in store for you in the best stocked Millinery Department eyer opened in this market. Dr.' Rasrland'a celebrated Liglitnine Relief isjthe greatest discovery of the acre lor the reliel 01 pain. J. 15. Kitchey. odUmb "BLACK-DRAUGHT" cure costive- liens and Siek-lleaUaclie. For sale by J. H. Ititchey, druggist. What is it that never fails to cure rheumatism and neuralgia? Dr. Rag- land a Lightning Kelief. J. 15. Kitchey. TYoniack ft Colvllle's Column. C. Martin. Ohas. R. MaRtin. NE FIRM. MARTIN & CO! FAMILY GROCERIES GREAT ATTRACTIONS OFFERED BY -AND- General Furnishing Store, Bpriug street, commmiioating with J, C. Martin's store, McMinnville, Tennessee., :o: it i i () f I l f J. C. Martin, oi the new firm, has Just returned from purchasing a new and seit atoeK 11 nYVtnrt? V I ifilDlll P of Goods, consisting of Family Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery, Farming InipIemU, If vou want somethiue to cure tooth- Jos. P. Cope is on a visit to the Lone Star ache and earache, use Lightning Re- IN THEIR State. lief. J. B. Ritchey. o30m6 A trial package of " BLACK-DRAUGHT" free of charge at For sale by J. B. Ititchey, dreggist. No mistake about Homestead. Sco The State debt settlement is the topic now. r..i l.. i i . ii i .i. ni - . vuuu a uuiuuer uuk 01 leaving uie oiuic. A new postoffice at Riverside is in the hands of the department. Dr. G. W. Turney has returned with one of Kentucky's belles. Mr. Jas. Martin, after a confinement of I certificate of Jackson Gribble, Lsq. about ten years, died a few days ago. 424 T?0flnlvtd tlinf If la nine bnnni-flltlA tnr I A . e i i i. it. ueooleof the State of Tennessee to refuse ?I,VVV tltlltu. to pav any part of the bonded debt than to Received and on sale $1,000 worth pay as our legislators have aereed. is the ot spring clothing lor the people at subject to be discussed by the members of prices to suit the people and the times. NEW SPRING GOODS, which Mr. Womack has just purchased at the most favorable time aud best terms for selling at GREAT Farm and Garden Seeds, Stoves and Tinware. We will also keep full supplies of Flour, Meal, Meats, and other provisions, and win pay HIGHEST MARKET PRICE For all Kinds of Country Produce. OPTICAL S P E C T A P I, E S . Thf FYEFlf IED Eye Glasses The best stock vet offered. 493 II. II. Faulkner & Co. JNew stock of JNice Jewelry in ereat to their customers. variety, of the latest styles, at Brewer & Northcut's. Now's the time to get bargains. . 4164 George W. Parks, tax collector, has not yet been fully domesticated to town he strays back to the country seini-occusiumtlly. Maj. P. II. Coffee, of the Postoffice De partment, Washington, came in last Mon day to spend a few days with his kindred nnd friends here. Gen. IHbrell nnd Maj. W. G. Smith, of Spuria, passed this way to Nashville this week in the interest of the railroad exten sion from Caney Fork lo Sparta. Messrs. Itoulett nnd Pentecost, lumber dealers, have been in our midst this week, They are making the trade iu walnut lum ber rather lively. He Hit it Exactly. Baffled and foiled by Tice and Vennor for mouths past about the opening of spriug, we concluded last week to risk our hopes nearer home, nnd ventured .to predict that when Dr. Smurtt laid off his talma we might expect spriug, and not before. Last Tues day nioruiug, when the canopy of heaven was dark with mist and fog, the Doctor re moved his time-worn garment, folded it care' fully away for the next November blasts, and very soon the sun broke forth in vernal beauty, the buds commenced to expand into sweet-odored flowers, the birds began to eel ebrate the joyous event to the sentiment of Thompsou when he said: "Come, gentle Spring, ethereal mildness, the Oasian Society next Saturday night J. II. T. We commend the above as a sample of the report we desire weekly from every part of the county. Ed. viola. Mr. Bonner, of the firm of Chidsey, Bon nor A rpnrDfiall Is all nl.lot nn tiaonuful in the vicinity of Viola. - Farming is active . VUPc!e. John" Baid a briSht. little and trad is eoi-i-esnmuiineiv innoiivfl n. g1" ot eight summers to a gentleman people prefer to make hay at home while wnose hnir was Just showing tints of the sun shines. Prof. Ellis is doing well 8lver, "Why can t you walk as fast as with his school. The oeoDle eenerallv dis 1 My dear, I once chased the but nAHfil .t imi'Ont till 100.3 BPhlaiYian r we aa terflv with a li?ht elastic sterj like vours. , .w . , . w...w...v... - o - - ;-r a choice.lut as au alternative to be prefer- but I am too old for such sports DOW, red to further agitation, of which the peo- am besides a victim oi Klieumatism, pie are sick and tired. and must therefore stop at the nearest drug .store for a bottle of Coussens Lightning Liniment, which will cufe Rheumatism, Lame Back, sprains, j compieie siock or plows at uur u t ti p;ti,n,- ATnt;.,;iin COQUELLES, lTlIESTER, OF all Kims. nnDRLt sir - sir iirj , At GOODSI DIAMONDS WATCniS, JEWELRY, -A FULL STOCK. Our stock is now complete GEORGE R. CALHOUN & CO., Maxwell House Corner, IVasliville, - - Tcnn, FOB TUK LACONIC LOCALS. and Mekel double shovels, lowest prices. tiold 4232 SPRING TRADE, at Mr. A. M. Cawthon, dealer in stoves and tinware, proposes to say something next week in the Standard to quiet complaints. But call and see what he hns to talk about. Replanting will now be the order iu your gardens, since spring has delayed its anuearance. Brewer & Northcut. uloV our 'laiScseud drrpingcloud anticipating the second planting, have In ten minutes we were in the Warren House barbershop with George Matey trim ming our hair! seeds for this purpose. 41G4 The railrond company have made a new bridge across their track for the public at the crossing near the Falcon Mills, of the Manchester road. This is the right thing iu the right pluce. Esquire .las. It. Smith has moved back' to MeMinnville, having bought Mr. John AVheeler's place on Chancery street. He says he and his wife have graduated in mov ing, having reached the perfection of hatch ing chickens on tho road as they move. Question : Are the three chickens hatched on the rond natives of Smith ville or McMinn- ville? Ilcfcrred to the debating society at Cross Roads. Two thousand yards all wool ingrain carpet, very cheap to close, at Brown, Kichards a Los.. Nashville. 492. Racket says they have the finest lot of neck ties ever exhibited here, at J. C. M. Ross' and Hacket ia not ex travagant. Reed's Gilt medicinal. EJge Tonic is purely e present our readers tins week; an in teresting supplement, containing some very readable correspondence from far and near, together with other valuable items of infor mation among which there is a wise snggf s tion to young ladies, which we hope they will adopt with unanimity. And while talk ing to the young ladies about Jennie June's suggestion, we would a.sk them to read llcv. Mr. Patterson's letter, nnd then re-read it, nml then ponder the subject well, for it is one of weal or wo to them. Mitvnge'N Success. Dr. Savage, general agent of the Ameri can Bible Society, attended and addressed the Warren county Bible Socicy, assembled pursuant to appointment in the C. P. church, of this place, last Sunday. The response lo the proposition heretofore mentioned as made by the parent society to this society, was very liberal indeed and very gratifying to all parties concerned. Dr. Savage only asked for o0 to complete the proposition, and through the liberality of the different churches represented and the judicious management of the collector. Dr. DeWitt, he received $02.20 cash in hand, with some few promises on short time, besides. We do not know how many country churches were represented in this praiseworthy contribu tion, but our attention has been called to iho fact that the six churches of McMinn vine all participated in it, as well as a num ber of members of another denomination which has no organization at this place. This shows most clearly that the different Fresh Can Goods in creat variety. branches of the christian church, although land a large stock of fresh candies and Go to the furnishing store of Brewer t ii r . i ..'Ti.i i iv- iNonucui ior uerman miiiei eeeu. 4234 Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic stimulates digestion. Latest styles of Shoes for ladies and gents just received at Brewer & North- cutt's Faucy Store. 4164 Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures torpid ity ot the liver. Nicholson House, comer Uhurch and Spruce streets, near Chattanooga Depot, Voh1i ville, Tenn. I. Cm Nicholson, STEAM FURNITURE FACTORY, M. B. HARWELL, Prop'r, Chancery street, McMinnville, Tennessoe. Keeps constantly in stock, of the latest style and best make, Dressing Cases, Bureaus Bedsteads, Tables, Safes, Desks, Bookcases and SECRETARIES. And is prepared to do all kinds of CAR- PESTER" WORK TO ORDER. . COjrSISTIXO OF DRESS GOODS, FOR LADIES, Reaily-Me and Materials for Male. ' We keep in stocli a complete assortment of Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry, PLATED JEWELRY, PLATED AND SOLID SILVERWARE. Call on us when you come to the Exposition, Be pairing promptly attended to. Twenty Years Make a Score, Kahm has served that and IVloro H ENRY KA.HM, n Fan II! BOO MAKER. 31 Rev. Mr. Rodgers, of East Tennessee, was in town and attended the llible meeting last Sunday. He is now employed in canvassing Franklin county as colportor. He has heeu employed to canvass Warren as soon as he finishes Franklin and Moore. lie is repre sented ns one of the best canvassers in the service. Thirty-three years ngo hist Sunday he was in the City of Mexico as a chaplain in Gen. Scott's army, distributing Spanish Bibles to the Mexicans, while he held up the hands of the Americans. disagreeing on minor points, area unit on the great cardinal truth that the Bible is the Word of God confectioneries at Brewer & Northcut's. 4164 Adjourned Nt'ssion. The County Court is called to meet in ad journed session for Monday, 23th inst. All members requested to attend. Lookout Mountain House. Mr. Sam It. Read, well known here, has leased the above popular hotel and will run it in connection with the Read House, Chat tanooga. Under this popular management it will undoubtedly succeed. I. O. O. F.Mxly .Second Aunivrr- McMinnville Lodge, No. ltfi, I. O. O. F, will celebrate the anniversary of the order next Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the College street church with the usual ceremonies and an address by Rey. C. B. Davis, and appro priate music. The public are cordially in vited to attend. Choice Latin Books. Bingham's Cuisar's Commentaries, Bing ham's Latin Prose Composition, and Bing ham's Exercises for Translation into Latin. These books are all by that able Latin scholar and popular teacher, Prof. Wm. Bingham, whose Latin Grammar and Render we took occasion to notice two weeks ago, and which we have long used in the school room as choice hooks. The live teacher will not fail to gee and recognize the great need of these books in the progress of students beyond the gram mar and the reader. They take up the study where the reader leaves, it, and carry the student forward in the daily drill and prac tice of the language, which are necessary to make him full master of its mysteries. Tak ing these books together they form a series of Latin text-books unsurpassed by any heretofore published in America. This we are fully aware is a very comprehensive re mark, but at the same time, we will freely risk its verification in a thorough examina tion of the books by teachers whose busi ness it is to use the books in the schoolroom. We do not propose to submit it to publishers and book agents, but to the men who daily test the question by practice. We therefore invite an examination of the books by teachers. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures mala rial fever. Hurry up before it is all cone and get your Fertilizer of Leiper & Co. 4234 He also keeps and can furnish every style of BURYING CASE and perform all kinds of Undertaker's work on short notice and most reasonable terms. Call and examine for yourselves. 3121 Mr. Womirk claims to know what nrettv calico is, and has selected his stock accord ing tohis best taste, also WHITE GOODS, Ginghams, Percales, Cretons, Lawns, Muslins, Trmming Silks, Thanking his friends and customers for more work than he could perform for twenty I years and more past,lie asks a contiuance of the same upon the assurance on his part that he is now better prepared than ever before to accommodate them having fnrbihtc his shop rectly with a new and splendid outfit of Stock, Materials, Sew Tooia, LmkIn, PaleritN, and every thing in his line of work. Mr. Rabin believes that it U "better to give than receive," he therefore asks his friends to give him a call before try ing elsewhere. Shop East Main St., old stand. Sept 18, 1SM0. sepl8 psTKi my capital is limited, nil customers are requested to par for work on delivery, without which 1 cannot keep up my stock oi materials. ia 1881. Sash, Blinds and Doors. 1881. J. IV LIVELY, FURNITURE DEALER, McMinnville, Tcnn. ageuts. For the most select and fashionable Indies shoes go to the uovelty store of .brewer M JNortlicut. 42J4 THE LARGEST STOCK YET 1 and in fact, any article of Ladies' wear that may be called for: and a full and complete stock of Five thousand yards heavy two-ply carpet at 40 cents a yard at Brown, Kichards & Uo s., Is ash ville. More goods and better bargains than eyer at J. C. M. Ross', whero you will nnd the latest style spring hats. 4232 Go to the live Novelty Store of lirewer 6x JNortlicut for your time pieces both clocks and watches. 4164 J. B. EITCHET, Gents Furnishing Goods, JHcMlunvillo rrcNbs terial S. S. In stitute. The following is the programme furnished by the committee for the S. S. Institute, to be held at Caitisville, April 30, 18S1 : 1. What we work upon Mind, heart, life. Opened by John D.Wilson, Murfrecshoro. 2. What we work with Bible truth, illus trated from nature. Opened by A. M. Bur ney, McMinnville. 3. How we work Adaptation, common sense, study of personal character, patience, faith. IT. II. Norman, Lytle Creek. 4. Objects of our work instruction, con version of sinners, growth of christians. Opened by Rev. J. J. Moore, Baird's Mills. B. Questions answered. Music interspersed throughout the exercises. e notice that J. 1 . uartner ana id J. C. M. Ross have repaired their fl horse-rack, aud they sny it is free for their customers and theuirfic. e . m. r As there is nothing in politics now rs but unnecessary agitation, the Stand- ARD will be devoted to fthning andp. industrial intrest, to school, litcrarytht aud home matters. Frice $1. mission ,f,-vi Thomas merchant, by Ciiiiiin..- , hi brother-in-law John A. Chandler, nephew of the late Unitet Htates Senator Zach manager "of the San Times. DRUGGIST, has received and opened the largest stock of goods that he ever ottered in tins market, consisting of AND STANDARD MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES and BRUSHES. Paints a Specialty. XSlmilc BooliM, Butter, eggs and all kinds Of country School and Miscellaneous Books, Taper, Beady-made and materials for make,) Desires to stv that he haR an entire NEW STOCK of FURNITURE. SASH. GLAZED SASU, BLINDS. DOORS and PICTURE FRAMES, which he is going to sell at low rates, ivo mistake about it, he is determined to sell at low figures for CASH OE COUNTRY BAKTER. He means to sell if you w ill only call and give him a chance. Picture Frames a specialty. MATRESSES ALWAYS ON' HAND CHEAP . He also keeps a good stock of Coffins and Caskets, and is prepared to do all UNDER TAKER'S WORK in good stylo and on short notice. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IX ALL CASES. Spring stock of goods now complete ana celling rapidly and very low at J. C. M. Ross'. 4232 rHATS- Slioes nnd Bootn lYIcMinnvillc, Tcnn., China mattings, new style, lace cur tains and window shades at Brown, Kichards & Cos., Nashville. uotou. Kj. M. uoss tor giuurae beed-tick. Uonee the best liio. FOR THE 6EASON. ARE AGENTS FOR Ready Made (Mhing, FARMERS HEADQUARTLRS. Wm. P.; Leiper & Ik, TT lit BL 11 . Chandler, and bushiest XlUDDie Ot eeitzs, Francisco Spirit of th produce taken in exchange fur goods at 423 CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS, Ari;u. 18. The reassembling of theScnati & Co., amenta, Don't neglect to buy the Homestead Fert'dizer if you want to make your land make big crop. Win. F. Leiper 4234 ifter Its throe days' recess was marked by m chanse In the situation. Tho usual routln "WINE OF CARDUI " for Ladles OdIt. motions wwe pone thrrmsrh with Inapertune t.vv limnnor. The speaker of the tiny wer I or sale by J. H. Kitchey, druggist. Messrs. Dnwes, Sniilsliory, Hninsiiio urn luck. but. with the exc. ption ot "" ;. Our colored brethren have given up spiuiiiiif between Dawes and Bock, the orti , b , ' toiuui display was without especial inter all hopes of "forty acres and a mule cst; " . . , i T ,!,w 8 a g'ft frm tne government, and are Aruii. 19. As a step toward breaking th . B. , , , ' , eating deadio- k. senator Blair oBeved arcs resigning themselves gradually to the oiutioiidcciRi'iiiRtiiat.intiHjjiKiKiiiontoftb. knowledge that only by industry and Senate, the public interests rwiuire Cnnitrea gor-rect deportment can thev Win the to be convened in puMie ges-iou immediate . ', . . J ly Mr. Hiair, in support of bis resolution esteem ot their countrvmen. 1 hey en- no special privilege or immunity, auce, nnd which bo believed could only be ac bllt When Suffering from Dyspepstft, eonipl shed by the calling oi a siuK-ialsessiorc. Stnmnrli Tlilinnsripws rrp ran of I onirics. Senator l-ojian made a speech oiotiur OlOIUHCU, UlllOUSneSS, CtC, Cfltl Mime it imth, in reply to ti.e ott-iepeaiec0Dtain relief by using Portaline, or chamo t'ntit be hd been in svnipatnj, , . , ,. f , , O . , with the fmh at the breaking out ot tin fablers Vegetable Ijiver PowdcR. rebellion, lie mui lie w nm net i p. gn ... ForRfllBbv.T K R tfhov refute Blunder, but as the i-hiiiyo thatlic b.u rlt cw; r "r 8810 "JO.li. lUlCney. been in nvmpathv with the rebellion bad nel2 80-ly-altern been aptln started h dsiie'l to review tin hit-tow ..1 bis conduct mid the breMkliiK out A nv amount of oprtiRontpq ran rfl of the war. - At the breaking out o! tl.e rebel- "J umouni oi ceruncates can DO uon u bad lived ut Marlon. Wiiiiuuisoishown as to the great benefits of Iimne- ( ountv III. People of that eoiintv Ivnd beet , . , . .r n t t i i)"tn.'cts.ii.ostottbe.niv.ii.ths.uih. Apply to V. I. Leiper fc Co., the l.'th of April, a few l;,nHratnrcnjs 404:t::, bad ifot totether at Minion nnd pa-M bv -m-u-k in May toiiowinir some men from wiiiiamso Lightning Relief is a sure cure for County bad been onianized into B cooipan ; L i rpmw h.i.tnh V cnn J. C. Kitchey. 9 EnMk'lopes and stationery in great variety. oilct oaps nnd intuit rtitfes GREAT ATTRACTIONS in the way of wall papers of thelntest pat terns anu most oeautitui styles, latest im provement in lamps and burners. Field Seeds, and various articles too tenuis to mention. Call and see this new and splendid stock. J. B. RITCHEY, Corner East Main and Spring streets, Mc- iainnviiie, lenn. 49 ALSO BURNT BONE FERTILIZER, the greatest thing out for q recovery of worn Ollt land. nd f increasing the strength of ricr i lands. No humbug, as we can show 100 cerlifi cates at our our office bearing testimony to its wonderful fertilizing qualifier Among the number we append the certificate of Mr. Jack Gribble, one of the best and most reliable farmers in this county : Certificate of Mr. Gribble. This is to certifv that I bought of Messrs Wm. F. Lciner & Co. 3 harrels of tJnii- nn Fertilizer, and used only i barrels on about 8 acres of corn, planted about . I cultivated about acres, leaving off the Fertilizer, and the result was that the groan! fertilized made double the amonnt of corn of the piece not fertilized. I found also that the corn was about two weeks earlier than any of my neighbors; besides, one barrel f 200 lbs is equal to at least 60 wagon loads of the best stable manure spread upon the land as the Burnt Bone Dust is a hind food, and remains in the soil till exhausted by sneeessl QUEENSVA&E, Wood and Hollow Ware, crops. I only nsed one tablcspoonful to each hill of corn. I cheerfully recommend tie Fertilizer as everything claimed for it for cotton, tobacco wheat and corn. JAVK80X GRIBBLE. e most respectfully solicit the farmers of Warren. White. DeKalh nn.l h nm.i4. ing counties to call ou us and get pamphlet giving full directions how to use this wonder ful Fertilizer. WM. TP. LXSIPliirc, Ac CO., DEALERS IS Non-Resident Notice. T.F. Bur- Thorndvke Ilrooks. a Man-Ian ler. and ha S'1- " iiwuiucuc. by Burroughs, adm'r, vs F. M. Smartt et al. Bill. F. M. Smartt and wife et ai rs T. F. roughs et al. Cross bill. T this cause it appearine to the Clerk and T i-'Master from defendants' cross bill, which is sworn to, that R. II. Mason is a non-resident of the state of Tennessee jo that the ordinary process of law cannot 1 served on mm. J heretore it is ordered that publica tion be made in the Southern Standard for four consecutive weeks commanding the said R. II. Mason to appear before the Chancery .Court to be held for the county of Warren in McMinnville on the 1st Monday in May, 1881, then aud there to make defense to Mid bill or the same will be taken for confessed and set for hearing ex parte as to him. This ApnJ8, 1SS1. J. C. Bii.es CAM. Family Groceries Wheat, Eye, Corn, Oats, Stock Peas, DRIED FRUITS SEEDS, BACON, BULK MEAT AND LARD. Will buy any amount of Sorghum Syrup paying the highest market price in oUslPon delivery. ' of the best quality, and everr article for the general trade. 0 kept We bought successfully, and ran sell lo for CASH or COUNTRY PRODUCE. Call and see onr goods, opposite Warren House, oeiore purchasing eisewnere Womack $ Colville. CHANGE OT? BASK. For more capacious quarters we lrnve moved and opened onr general bnMns Tor far triers at br.rk store house recently orrnpifd by T. F. Burroughs. Son, East Main lret where we will be glad to see !1 farmers and planters. feb l WM. F. LEIPER & CO. X