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MRS. C. W., PRIOR, JT rth Side Public Square, McMinnville, Hiis Just Rjccivcd a Kplon.li I Stock of MLL1NERY GOODS, NOVELTIES ;SrOTTOIsTS, Iiltc. McMiiiHvllle, Tcnn., Oct. 29, 1881. Wanted. I U7ANTKD Wood at the Standard omce VY for subscriptions to the paper. I . WANTF.li Those who have promised to pay for the standard in wood to bring it i-i without further delay. PATTKRNS FUit- .ifiM, t I .... 1 )..; u i.t f I lit t I It i ll!,, and .he Public anu-Rilly to .-all and rxmiiaie her goods and work. . . . i t i . 1 1 r . .... ... i B'l.jr i ii nn in iaitcsl fit vies. i-.w V iimina piu '";-, :" . :.. ; i.t.;..w..f tt. l.ti.s of McMinn- g II a .ii i. 1 '" J fj li ii Uia DAYS The mo-t e ni!il:'tn M;. chine of t!iO (lav Dim VERTICAL FEED MACHINE. A u ii-pteinher, I B iii i, ti.e l P3YTSEURG EXPOSITION louiim' awards wciv made to this eelcbi idcd machine luCl'lOIIS. productions. . ... i i -1:. a: i.ii I f.... .li.niile thivnd Sew in1' Machine. ' IMKST IT.FMU'M and rWK lor plain sii'ehing. , T II lis t' PHI' MH'M and PIMZF. for Fancy Work, machine pr a .- its P PitF.Mll'M and Plli.K for Knilin.idery, machine pre It is Operated with Ease and fr.eTity v Ladies which U a distin-'iiUl.i.!- r.-ntiire from t!e "specimen work" of geiilU iiK ii'cxiici is merely to si ll the m..'-l'iiii Till: WOUIv IT DO.KS. Usui wilimut l.as.iu..: and u'thmi; l.l.t.iisl, lints P.onne's. P.askHs, Oiased v ,..., a, ,,v kind of ':o"l in Scollops. Points, !-.i;iinicsr r.m 1 ,ri lei'.ii''; n Silk, Satiti, I'luli, eivet, I in. .hoard, Ciolh, Leather nod IV pc, anil a" ;' o; slazy goods, loiivt haired I''", 1 'Taken without break ol Thread or Xcedlo. . THE BEST Yirr MADE FOItSALK BY H. H. FAULKEi & CO. McMinnville. ii invili-il 10 l all mm s,v me mariiiiii- im uiniim-oi. Lndlrn, Your Attention. If you want fancy and fashldfiable things go to Mrs. Trior's prior to going elsewhere. Arrival). F. Corzelius, Tullahoraa; Mrs. T. J. R. Sworford, Miss Millie Bailey, Stanton Dibrell aud Bud Marchbanks, Sparta ; Miss Nannie Bostick. .-. Mr. Walter F. Adams, of Westboro, Mass., writes: "For years I suffered the horrors of dyspepsia and indiges- .i.t i . i. , . i i , ... i n..,.., x, i lion, .iney seeraeu.w weuneu cycij my nervous system. At uight when I lav down I felt I could not live until morning. Heartburn pained rue most terribly. I tried Brown's Jron littters; it suited my case preeitly, and now tnv stomack digests any kind of food, and my sallow complexion and other symptoms of ill health are gone, .wl . imlif I a tn nit niitat rprrpcliincr nn averasre the corn and cotton ., " . ureuiineoo oiuuiuci crops of South Alabama are better than they were last year. We had nn extra train one day this week. Northeut. . C..1.T. C-Isbell, of Manchester, i snciit. :i fow (lavs in town this week. liandolph, f Shelbyville, wns up this week on a viit to his pa rents at this place. Mnj. W. J. Sykes was in town this week looking after some important in vestments for which he is agent. I.: .lies are epe :,ol The & rest is the Bast a I'd Cheapest! THE HARTFORD Life and Ammy Insurance Company l.(- l. Mh-o- o:i -he plan of tt-e K S ' ill I r ami a.ier k.x yearn yoo Bei " A UP POLICY. No 1 ml,' to atiend. A Safety IViw is deoosited ill a Hi--ii.V v-oiiipsiiiy, I i oli'-v I t. Mi is nuaiiiKi voiilin- U- ui.ilt'i' the inaniij-'emelit ol C.'llfU'H an i I ; oy the l."-is;itliire o An e lie " 1 , roitilfitui't. A; e -alt ! v ' 1 " eompa;i.. il'el 1 1 1 M I'ltl I' A.! pa W. a II"'.'. ,1 . I. .11.1! 'II 1, tki i- A M It'ii ii 'i'jic coiiipany i i'1" a'i t Nn aim. r ie! .'linen t )' .1. iV I. ii :iiir. i' iiii'l 1 1 '.In s.rin i ii f 'iination eoaceriiiiia the p. in loilouiiie, je.i.ei i.o!de!: 11. II. Kifl- . . ,M '!. Ih'U ill, 1-" M Smith, S f P. .1:1 I!:il and V i' Sivimti. 01 Yc yii!:.. j.;!V polieies, paid tip. Slediui! ailii Pi inii i - no; reiii! six veal s iiss.ss;i' ,11 a-i ns ill -sl.l-llls . he v aie nei'i nml yi.iirp liev 1 I. Ir. , s 1 ael i'aiiie. S. F. Pemiobaker Agent. t-t s l is n - ( ft l '.J 1 . f . ) Hi O r I o to. CD 5i 5: S s. i rs. . 0? 0 (!) (J 0 Slilmi 1 ( t j F.I MMiickeNler Ileum. A. M. Moore went to Nashville last week as a representative torthe (irand Lood I. 0. 0. F, Protracted-flleetings have been in progress at the Christian and Cumber- Dr. J. B. Bitchey had two of his best sheep killetltbw week by dogs, J rm,,terittn cliurches Some 30 1 1 ...11 .v.. I converts-at the latter. Maj. II. F. Cummins, railroad claim and narrowly ext'.tped losing more. lHjMlelaB'a Advlee ! Hw to Health. ' mi 1 1 T . 1 erf 1 T 1 ne urauu ljwige oi vjiwii icmpiaio held its annual meeting recently in Harwwburo, Pa., March 30, '81. Notbinir is more charming and at tractive than a thoroughly healthy, perfectly formed woman; a bright eyed, rosy, laughing, joyous, happy- faced girl, one who nnds keen pleasure in merely living. . An invalid wife or mother is a constant object of sympa thy iu an otherwise conteuted house hold. Happy the home whose women folk enjoy perfect healtu. In my prac tice I have always recommended sickly women. to use Browns Iron Hitters. In case of irregula. ities, dyspepsia, in digestion, heartburn, nausea, sour stomach, nervousness and exhaustive debility, I fiud that it exceeds all other remedies as a true medicinal tonic. It never fails to geutly soothe, refresh and strengthen the general system, and es pecially those parts made weak by con tinued distress; and what satisfies me most is, that the cures, although in some instances gradual, are always per manent. M. D. KOT ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS That Latin Ode. Nashville, Rev. If. A. Jones, of Mem phis, G;.W. C. f., presided. The Grand Lodge reeved to carry on the war against King (Alcohol and to this end to support none; for office- utile's they are known to.be for the option law, and to org nuke, county conveu tions. in nil the counties of the Slate. " l- : . . . Beauty; health, and happiness fur ladies ' in "WINE OF CAfiDUI." iu.,.. For mile by J. 11." Kltehey, dreggiiit. I niportai'il to . Everybody. Th amount of unclaimed money orders of the Postoftice Department for seventeen years pnt is $1,800,000. lWmnster-Genernl Jaines desires it to bo kno'vn that most of the failures to collect are due to misdirections or want of sufficient directions. 'Will people I ignore m fact longer and pay so dearly for it? '''' Ms Delia Wat, of Short Moun tain, returned home this week after ngent, was iii town hist week adjusting pending some days with frinds here, claims for property burnt by the rail- 7 . . . road Fred Stntu tt, the prompt and active clerk of the Warren House, went to Nashville this week, probably to con sult the jwteers that be. II. II. Faulkner went to Nashville lu,st week as the representative of Mc Minnville Ialge in the Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. of Tennessee. Sellers' Liver Pills have been the Htnndard remedy for malaria, liver complaint, convenes?, etc., for fifty years. Nashville, C'hHltauoogftd; St Loala ltallway. Offie of Gf.n'l Supt. ) Nashville, Oct. 20, 1881. j By order of the Board of Directors of this company, no special arrange ments for a less rate of fare than three cents per mile will be made after Nov. 1, 1881. J. W. Thomas, Gen'l Supt. m U liy are You KIIIIou? Because you have allowed your bow- . i . . .. i i: . :j els lo oecoine costive, aim iiver iuiijiu. Use Kidney-Wort to produce a free Rev. J. G. Myers is spending a few davs with hi family, and then he re turns to his old charge, by order of gtate of the bowel?, and it. will etiniu l - Conference. late the liver to proper action, cleanse tiiA skin of its vcllowness. cure billions D. O. Jenkins, recently i'rom Ken- headache, and cause new life in the tnckv, re I u r ied to that State Wednes- blood. Druggists have it, both dry day t" wind up his business, and will and liquid. Ziots Herald. return in two weeks. DNfnci.'tie s nintoms, such as relast- ing of the food, helehii'g, heat in the ! stotnae!), heartburn, etc., promptly lv Brown's Iron Iiitters. pretty clunks and d.iihnat s at Alore intttv c : ji titiii at lower liiiiet tlia.i H 4 o -- Li j U t i- -.3 o w o u o (' t 0 h X r 1 it ." ri H ii 'r S - 7 t.t.r (..- aim ai ni'.ier u 'inn in. iii vi iif f'nrp. This state of ihiniis wiil last only a few days for they are going ra nidi v-mid Ross in iv rise. 29l2 ft " Tumors, ery-ipliH, I'leiciirial dis easas, eKdular, nud general debility hv "Dr. Iindaevs Jilood 1 Or. ftf JKf are eureil Seatrlier." V e in viti- the attention ofuur rcttilcrs : to the "iid." ..f the Buckeye M'l'g Co., I Marion, (Piio., in another column. They ofli r rare itiduceinents to earn nt: l honest liviier. ' Dr. T. V.'. Rit r.ts, President of Bur- rlit Ci -lleije, returned ibis week through town from an extensive Irip in the in terest of the College and is much en couraged fiom the prospects. C'oulereiice Appolptuieuts. The Methodist Conference at Leba nnn made the following appointments Cor this section of the McMinnville District : Rev. G. W. Anderson, P. E. Rev. W." V . rimnmr MxrM l Station; lv.,U. U. uavis supernu- meiiiry. Rev. W. P. Swindle, McMinnville circuit. 4 . Rev. C. M. llensley, Sniithville R v. N. A. Antliony; Sparta circuit Manchester to 1 e "Sltjiplied by Rev, A. L. Coiner. Rev. R. J. Craig was assigned to Belllniekle station." Rn R. P. Ran sum located. . . , It will be remembered that the Ger man singers sang one of Horace's Odes at the funeral of the late President, and the American published the ode in Latin. In order that the common reader may know what the foreigners sang in an unknown tongue, we sub mit the following translation of the ode into English prose : Horace's odes book l, ode xix. O Fuscm, a man of integrity and free from guilt, needs not the Maurian .i i .1. - : spears, nor me dow, nor uie uuiver aden with poisonous arrows, when journeying through the sandy tides or the inhospitable Caucasus, or the places which fabulous Hydaspea laves; for the wolf flees me unarmed in tlje Sa bian forest, while I sing about my Lalage, aud roam beyond due bounds free of care : such a prodigy neither the warlike Dauuia cherishes amid her broad-spreading beeches, nor the land of Juba, the desert home of lions ever produced. Far behind me in the dark plains where no vegetation is enlivened by the summer breeie, iu that quarter of the globe which an inclement eky op presses ; far back under the chariotof a too-near-approaching sun, in a land denied to human habitations, I will ex tol my Lalage sweetly singing and placidly smiling. THAT IIKNRY RAHM, after nn eventful period of 20 years, njient on Main street McMinnville, Teiin., in tryliiR to relieve from the winter's frost and summer' heat, and keep the people shod with a preparation of leather suitable to the senson, may "till be found at the same place and encased daily in the mime humane mission, . better prepared to carry it out bv experience and willi material to make bools and shoe than ever before on liberal terms for cash. Let all remember to call, and that cash make prices low. ct ltf Boots and Shoes I "WINE OF CARDUI" four times a day makes a happy household. For aide by J. U. Hitehey, drtiKKist. McMinnville produce market. OFFICS SOI'TH KKS STANDARD, McMinnville, Oct 29, 1861, WllKAT V bu. lJOe (. 140 Coax shelled, mixed, !!.; white $1 FLOIK-W.50(ii4 ICOtU. ........ Mkai. .bu. II Oats bu. tsoe. - ltYB V " L.'i 1 . .. ClIHKESS 1 0(5. 15 ' . IU-TTF.R "B lb. atlfiiM Egos ilnx. 12e. Gissk.s- t. $1 35 MKKBWAX "f tt. lSe. Fkathkhs 1 tti. 40 to 4Se.' TaI.I.oW lh. 5e. - Green hides 7c Lauo-T? Mi. IVAQ Xm-:' ' llACO.N i Shoulders 12'i llains 15 Sides 15- . JIoK round 10 lUltl.liY "r bii.U'e. :. Wool, 18(.t0e, Turkevs, 4140 per pound Stock neas. 80c Apple Rrandy per (,'iillon $1.50. Rone dust $3 per hundred. - ' DBtEP APfl.KS "p . 4(Ui4VJe. . Peaehes halves o'A iuarlera HAVING removed to No. 3 WKST MA IX street, McMinnville for couvenieiit and more eomiuodious (juartcrs, 1 am now pre pared to make shoe and boots to order, out of the best stock and on most favorable.'., terms. I make ffishioiitihlc boots a specially and invite a comparison of my work Mini prices v4th anv iu this market. done to order with ncutucss and dispatch, fall and examine my work and decide for vourselves. V 22 dm John Fcrrcl. wear Fuuerwl Kllqnrlle, froiu Bj-Iiw. of American Nocletj. To avoid many painful interviews on the iikrt of the bereaved, it is customary to en- trust al! details ol burial arrangements to some relative of nearTTTeno IF vou utant to tuy (MotkiniJ for MenorBoys either ready-ituile ormsif b 'ordar, do not Fa.il to send., fpr pur Calaloui I I , 1. ..i .....ii if. I II UMJI 'I y:"Hf I Tlit' KiO-:i Bill lias Fussed! What is PnrtnlineJ Thin onei-tion is thus briefly and truthfully answered. Portuline, or Tahler's Veg table Liyer Powder, de- t ives its natne fnun the fact linititreg- ultites tlmM pi'itaWof the Ixxly through . , i ! i j: .. which t no nioM. uangroiw (ii,h, ftfey.iw..;:.wt?Artgiiii And the people murmur, .o. ie ivmedv li l'l ; to t but th'Te is ,e McMinnvi!! I MWi- .2 , : --i(e-'a..S Stove and 'Tin House an. I L'ct you one nf tin'M line 1 1.. id Mdea COOK STOTEIS. ni ike their en trance into the human .. lit P Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- -J'slem. h.mple root, and ..em ior which we nn? ltKieinni to tjoniiinui un- pound is a re mink tl i.e. remedy for till lliofo painful c.'.Miiplaiiits and wcnkns cs m eotnnion to our ln"-t female pepti htti.in, Semi to Mrs. Lydia E. Pink han, 2f,3 Ye;-!eni Avenue, Lynn, Ma--., fi r ptiinphlel-. tomed to mch formalities, and who will be prudent in their execution. All parade and pomp on such occasions are not only d srepeetful but vain and os tentatious. The ex pet sea-should be go erned by the position of the deceased, aud the limit iue.de Unowu to the frieud in char ire of the ccte. The corpse thouU be placed in the coftii and thus exposed to view in a d.twing-room or sittiinj-roinii, while the family should as semble in another apartment. , . At church the coffin should be placed in front of the sland pulpit or chancel, with the lid removed, and friends may passrom thefcrl to the head up one aisle and down an other, alter the services are over, to take a (inn! view of the deceased. The clergyman leads the way of the pre cession from the house and in a carriage that precedes the hcare, while the imuiedi ,.tP famil follow next to the hearse. The Kenllemati who is master of ceremonies should precede the family lo the carriage aud close it after ihetn. At the cemeteiy the clergyman precedes the corpse to the grave. Pall-bearers should always be invited to THE ONLY MEDICINE if EiTircu uqwr ou'BBi 6b T1i A'ct At the same lime on ! TBS Lim, TBS BOWELS, : T3S K!DBSTS. WHY; ARE WE SICK? DtcauM ire allow thtu gnat organ to become : digged or torjilif, (wd ;innoi hvmoriarevarpore.forcea vuo i (hat MhotddbetxptUed naturally. ' MAY-" 0 M 1 iLUlii 1 1 tin-i. lmve been sci"ntilicallv combined. Hi.d prefiiled t a euie P nil Mifle: ing act as such, and must be immediate friends '1 I m . .. .1 ...1 It ist flttttiMii tins hefn overlooked of course the gentlemen of the V )t. l3iXr..sZ' I'll rj I A I S! 1an r V vt'" f! nf pf?rf.jv ". lTJi ..m. wA.-...jl.v iJw.,. . i i;.u.i and yon "ill 1 1 ' t miml the liiuli lax lmr ll.e luu tax. but ymi i!l ssvr i'oi'ii;r'i t" uiali, vnurtax s ci)!iir-.'V"!iv''l v ("' and 'h'' hur ilni canv A till! line of all kindt of Cook-in-,' an, I Ileatin,' staves o-.i haml al low i or i .'.sli. Plaii .T. G. Avl.'ioiie. cf Tuila;ioimt, at- tended the. Cr.-.nd L-nlc of Odd Fel lows at Xa-iiville !;i-t week and invited the members In Tuihihoma next sum n."r to jnek ht;c!.h l)( t nes, one h-df for t!i" (ither, ho furnishing the baskets aud Morale 'and they Uiarding themselves-. with constipation, billiousne-s, dyspep sia, and all d;seiws uriMng irwn a tor pid liver. Pi ice 50 cents a package. For sale by J. 15. Ritehey. While's cream whit:' Vermifuge, is i the lje.-t worm killer. nea-est frienils should act in that erpacity. Cure should be taken to avoid such omissions. Persons who attend the burial out of re sp el to the deceased will always remain till the grave is closed and the benediction pro nounced, unless there Is some good ana ur gent reason for retiring before. WILL SURELY CURE KIDNEY -DISEASES, LIVER COMPLAINTS, PILES, CONSTIPATION, BKINART DISEASES, FEMALE WMSSM". AND MEUVOCS PISOHDEBS, by 'cautlngfr action of thee organ and reiloHng their jmr to uirow aj uikuk. Wbf sa'ffur Bllioas nalas ad acl Wkr tormented with Plies, Coastlpatloal Why frlrhteB4 over disonland Kldaeysl Whyeadareaerroas or sick h4sehssl Uu KIDNEY-WOttTnnif rejoice in health. It li put up In lry VftM Term. Intta ouu one tswk of which nwkci ii qurn of medicine. Au In UnU For. w Comb ruiti, tar thoee tint cannot rendlly prp" rrn m with eaiuil elDcteocT In either form. t usr rr or Totra dboooist. pbicb, i.oo I WELLa.ElCHABISOAC.,rrop,s, (Winsondtno dry post-psm TT. EMPLOYMENT l-'OIl AM. TO SELL A HOUSEHOLD ARTICLE. rpHF, poor as well as the rich, the old a L well as the yoiiui., the wife ns well as ' lUe- Jiuthund, ihe yoiiiiff mtiideu as well as the young man. the girl as well as the boy, may just as well ear; u few dollars In honest employment as to sit arointd the bouse and wait for others lo earn it for ihcni. We can give you employment all the lime, or during your'spnre hours only ; traveling, or iii your itwu neighborhood, among your friends and acquaintances. If yon do not care for em ployment we can impart valuable informa tion to vim lice of cost. It will cost you only one cent for a postal curd to write for oiiTprospeetus, and it may be the means of making you a good mnirf dollass. Do not neglect this opportunity. Vim da not have to invest a huge sum of money, arid run the risk of losing it. You will readily see that it will be an easy matter to liinke from $ 10 to $ 100 a week, arid establish a lucrative and independent business, hou ornble. strii!hlforard and profitable.- At-- I tend to this mutter NOW, for there i I llOVl'V IV ITC.v.ill u,lm ..iirfti.rn u-ifl. nn We will surprise you and you will wonder' why vou never wrote to us before. Wk SEND Fl'l.l. I'AKTK Tt.AS FREE. Address IHTKF.YK M'F'G CO. Xainc this paper ilABIDS Onto. . "9 5!4 lim .' -PRESERVE YOUR " ' NoPurthsr Excusafor I with those who prefer its being the former color. F. W. (Jrecnlialg'o's (N'ushville, Teun.) iBESTORER does ftot gum the Imir; will not sUiiu the 1 skin : dispenses with the necessity for chum. j pooing by keeping the hair u nil scalp nicu and clean, which will siive yon more money than the ltestorativc wi.l cost you : sp'-cmiy restores gray hair to its former color; lctiu the head of all daiidrutV, itching humor, etc.; promotes grouth of the hair, prevents its falling oil', and renders it solt, glossy and beautiful. ; Sold at the reasonable - pnue of 50c A BOTTLE. The bottles bold ns much as the. dollar lot ties of other kinds, and the iiuu'.itv is ! guaranteed erUl to any in use, as iiolliing but utiiclly first class articlesVnlcr its cum ; position, '(live it a trial, and if it fails lo 1 salisfv yon, be sure U return it and get your money. sepLMiuO I ff -Sold bv all lruggists. KRS. LYDIA L PIKKHaM, OF UKU, Mil Win si ml Coppci' AVjiro, vll i.r it,.. I.iiisi sivli-.Mif tin ami win) ware, bird iM-'es, ban-iiief baskets, lamps, si i i. nn 'V"t lii-autii 3. Conic and l uy yourself vi- h ! toili-t pooling and Ktilteriiiu ilom s-liint notice am! warrann n. . uvrnug vou witni in on' uu, suei-i nun oi -"ri" i-ive nie ii call at tlm Me.M in n villi- Tin, JSiove and Iron House, ne.vt door to .1. ('. Mania's Fust Main stis-et. An Bl. Gawthon. FITIIMTITHK FA( T0HY, li. U.llWi;itL, Prop'r, M. (' liani'irv strtet, McMinnville, Teiiness. . i i-n- ii ii :lv in stuck, of the lun-si si , - i laal.i , ' tiik Liri: of 4T.A. GARFIELD Tho Islartyrsd President, Keep it in mind that W. S. M.iddux ai ' & Co. keep constantly on hand the best beef and other iinwts thai the market uil'rds ninl will deliver it tlnve times a week,, and oftenerif necesstiiy. Thev arc no new hands in the butchery business l.nt were trained t it from boyhood. Di'cssiii'J Caves, Bureaus Bedsteads, Tables, Safes, Desks, Booh vases iiid SECRETARIES. l-'iiibillished with a fine steel portrait nud niniiirouV wood eiigruvings, by JAS. D. McCAltK. author of "Pictorial History o,' the World. "Palhw: v f the Holy Land," I ( I'l.teueial HiMeryef the I'liilcd Ssti-s ' I'h is is tlie onlv emiiiili'le lite of (iailieli. 1 .... . t i . 1. . . t . 1 piilUtsccil, ll-'U is wri'ir'i n on. in i in- i tnut pitttJO. Ii-ll. Died, at lVmeCave, VanBuren co., Oct. 22d, of consumption, Miss Bettu Simrkmati, nt the aire of 19 years, 11 mouths and ii (lays. She died in fi.li faith in Christ and w-.is buriied in the new graveyard at Her funeral wtis preaehei From Dibrell. A L'ood mahv farmers have their Life Uea-!zed. t i i ...i nr. ..rT : . i:r :....! .il il,o I Vt'lieal sowed anu corn . nouseo. ue "Liiie is earucsi, ioc irui, uu uk think there has been an' average crop hopes that cheer us, tis well as the du- put in ; some-have taken pains to pre- ties that we bravely encounter, stimu- j pate their lands, which is one very ma- hite us to guard the treasure with uil- terial item in wheat growing..., Corn is censing vigilance. Therefore vigorous generally light hut sound. I was pass- health should be preserved, and, as dis- ii,rr through my field the other day eases arising from torpid liver prevail with a largo basket on my arm when I in our warm climate, we recommend mpt bv a neiuhlxir who asked if I tor their cu e Portaline. or 1 abler s was gathering in my crop. Vegetable Liver Powder, the best rem- The flux has been raging to a consul- edy in the world for Dyspepsia, Lon- erable extent in this vicinity, but is stipation. Sour Stomach, Heartburn, ..Isomer P. (J. P. nml Ril iousness. 1 rice 50 cents a package. For sale by J. B. Kitchey. White's cream white Vermifuge is Air' is pivpan d to il,i ail ': i n PKN I'l l'i's; WOPK Tn (l;liri:. fj r i Ml- s ' :A i. s 9 s ( I if'. :r fj U r, j u u n r-ff by Uev. P. Moore. ! Xutiire'N Jilnh-e kidneys r.re n;ittnt'.s. flni ni P." ' to wasp out the debris of our constant- From Irvlnif College. i ,iKt,.si iinii'i sdf liar (lav. 1 in- Ihi,i K i-i'ii , lain.- "il 'i.';. s ociavo, i ml is gotten ep in 1 lh,- Li st si K- of -lie art of printing and ! with the lust man-rial. A (mnopli. i.f it ! ;.,-,; it !,.;', ;.'.' (- H r-ci-mpanies every I volume, i : al .ii r'HiMiiis pui tun's nl l'r- I .Vht and M's. iarfield. J-Iis. 1'r. Susan L.l- ! Ihe kidneys RYU lliittlft i f ll'lCe-V..ty s,,n. of ail the :ik tnln rs ot the ( annu l, nn ! Sin -rnl, w'-.ll '. I'lllll ll t III' "IlliOt i n' of his two wins, .lames and H "'' I lv clnDoiinr Ixulies. If thev do net ; ... t. ., r. ..r. .. 1 . .1 , 7 o t - 1 Mi- r.l'Tt! 1,111.1111 nuncio, i w. e', 'in i 1 I , , , , - p j lsJMie H-s.(ssi caiiean id his pistol. J work proK'rly ihii'ouble is felt every ! Published bv P. W . teieler In., IM'a rod sold bv r.r O'l si,.., Call . i. l.i'i-ps and can fai -;isa e. i r ' !.- -.if It V I. N" ( i CASK where. Then be w ise, and as soon R jvJsee signs of disorder get a pnekfge if KidtievW ort and take it faithfully. nrassiiip in lim h is .old olilv by tnliM-rtptioii t f.-r W: rr n cout. Price kii.il .,..i i, f?.b rod ei l ' 1 1 l Itl'l I s. V ,.,k 1 1 i ns in ftpui 1 a. T.oxn. Pwill clean Vhe sluice-way of sati, W e work ; gravel aud slime and purify the whole . , ti-..ii- -i thi- fS,- O ling Asmd for W: rr n cr .! 'ro. i (., $1.1.0. , Is von - Mil l- to oi'l the ff " V l"C -;.i 'tMssv.t iiV bis "WO 11,' lilt' 1, 'ii'.r l:io :i ! V :-.( system. Druggists sell it, lwdh liquid j me. ol f.v- dry, nml it iyl"'a'iy Mno-nt in urnuy ne win gyr wain riil. i r furiii. Judriicmltid. We have had refreshing showers and the best worm killer. vegetation is still verdant and flourish ing, much to the consolation of the cattle which are to stem the torrent of prospective suffering this winter when everything in the way of forage will b scarce. What has become 8 yojr lecturer on the subject of schools and educa tion? About the time he was begin ning to be appreciated he qVt. Can not you set him up again ? - Farmers are putting in their wheat with a!l ther-are and dispatch possible, Maj. Martiu haSfDot been out to the mountaiu in some time, but from the way he was gnashing his teeth las Sat- J OS 25 1881. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8 VEGETABLE C0MT0U1TP.. Is a Positive Cure -.. . .i. th wont lonnof PunsloCem- The Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. Of pl,,nt.nlwrtan(nUoa,Inrinin.tloDdrew. FDinal We.kne, end li perllruUrly sdepted to tho i i . i rri r ii : i . t t ir iNasiivnie last wees, ine loiiowmg -". rnnmtQ are the officers elected for the ensuing . e.ny eucoof deiormeu. TMD"";;ii It n-mow.Ulntnr,IUtulency. dr-Uer.Tli. forrtiuiuleuli. "d relleTrt weehnrt. 0 'mi.rh. It cures mooting, Beadhe. Kereoof Frortr. Ion. (leneral Dtblllty, 8leelaoe, Depre-loii Md Iwll- KTtaTtllng of bearing down, cmHi peln, weight ! (.,-k.che., kilwTi pea -or wwl b IU year : E. B. Mann, of Knoxville, Grand Master. J. H. Chrichlow, of Murfreesbo'o, Deputy Grand Master. M. V. Woodard, of Fayettville, Grand Warden. . J. B. Harwell, Grand Secretary. W. K. Barry. Grand Treasuer. t E. G. Budd, Grand RepresentaHvo. COIWCWEST! In making arrangements to move from your old to your in.w home, it would be will to consider what has been done to render such a Joiirnev not only cheap, but ns pleas ant and free from accident and d.mner as limiiiiii tnresii'hl nml skill can make it. Py uonstruelioii, eiUiiincnl, and good manage ment, ihe Juishvillc, t. Iiullioimiga Jt isi. Louis Pailway merits your fuil eonlideiiee, having the very best rock ballast, steel rail, fish-bar joint, iron bridges, and most thor oughly constructed roadwuv, w ith air-brakes and oilier appliances to secure Milety. speed comfort unit sure connections, Willi its su pior through coaches and sleeping cars, it has great, advantage over other lines, and it is enabled to offer the lowest rates' w hieh can be had. A few things of interest and importance we mention tor your iiifuimu- tion. The ipiestii f baggage 1ms always; i been troublesome to passengers. The rule of this line is to check free for each person, twelve veurs.(hl and over, one hundred and filly pounds of baggage, consisting ol cur lug' apparel aud bedding, securely piicked iu trunks or medium sj.e boxes securely strapped, and sevenly-live pounds each lor children between live ui:d twelve vears old. llaggage should be plainly marked with the n a nil) of the owner mid tie place to which lie goes. Tickets should be purchased from nr iliiniii'h reliable nnrties. and von shonld see that thev are liv toe route iiuu 10 me dace yon want logo before pay ing for them. Itemcmbcr that nassetigers have the right lo select their routes, and it is the duty ol li' k et agents to areomiiiiuhile passengers with tickeis by tlie route tlicy wish ifi niae, w m-ii it is possible lor lliein to.do so. You can secure the cheapest rales to Ar kansas, 'lVxiis, and the great Northwest by applving iu person or writiiiL' to. A l.llKMT It. Wi:KN, Pass. Ageiit, No. A Kimball llouee, P. O. P.ox 2G, Allanla, t.a. ; Wm. T. Kono-EK-s, Pass. Agent, and Jno. H. Pkkbi.KK, Ticket Agent, Chnttunooa, Tcnn.; ToM F. Fowi.kk. Pass. Agent, ami Wm, F. Maki ii, Ticket Agent, Church street depot, Nash ville, Tciiii. We refer with iiliasiirc lo the editor and publisher of this oiipi"'l' U. I.. IM.KV, ' (ien'l Phks, igenf. Tare "BUCIORAUGHT will never be bilious. For sale by J. B. Ritchev, rtrnj!,'!! nd yon 0 n.. .11'tlme.Md under aactrrometsneMoet In . . k .K i.wa that Borarn tho femalo 3 m. rorthoewroof KWnty Coptatatt ot otth lhla (Soiiinound la unsurpassed. ,l,TIH E. riKIIAW TE6ETABLE COM lMirVDI" prepared at tJJ and t Wotaem A-ranue, IantSa-. Prtco$L Siibuttkofot Id. 7 m'-t h. the form ol pOla. alw In tU for- J receipt Of price, 11 per bo. fortltlej fTw.ljanaworaalllott.r.of Inquiry. W"i lt. Adilrca na abowa. Jfenjwai wpr. SofamUy aboold be wtthowt LTTjIA E POTHAM WVE3I POM. They era eonottpataa. MUouenioi, and toapUttr ot ba Bwee. StceoHper boa. jt Hold ky U Dr.ggtwia. o Hicholson House, Corner Chutvh and Spruce- etreetJ, near CliattaiKMigu Dejait, Tauli vlllct, 'l'fiiil. I. C, Nicholson. TOB PRINTING ram at the Ftapakp Of ' J ufkein short nutice. I J: