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OFFICE: AT HIE SAME OLDSTAKD.
N. O. WALLACE,
l-oltor uml lublilier.
TUurxiaj VorniQ AlhjI 29, ISIS
DEK3CRATIC STATE TICKET.
AL13KKT, S. MAIiKS,
' or FRANKLIN".
Our Washington Letter.
VeoVf Vrrcs).nuler,cc of lkeQr.r.v.v.R
(iencral Kntler evident! v l.o-
licvts th.cjc v.ns a well . under-
In 1 he Mountaiitsof Tnnessrc.
lliiyes nnd certain people who
could have prevented, but did
not prevent, the .-official decla
ration 'that lie. -was President.
It-certainly looks, as if thj
(iencral has good -reason for
bis belief. There is at least no
doubt that Sherman, Matthew?,
Foster and' olher intimate
friends of Mr. llayes were in
the mailxt .places, peddling
promises -of what he would do
if inaugurated. "What Haves
hiinsflf said' to 'Huberts, "of
Xew Orleans, is also significant.
The reason why Stanley Mat
thews docs not wish to testify,
and has even put himself in an
awful awkward position by re
fusing, may be that, as the rela
tive and specially minted friend
of Mr. Hayes, he knew more
thin hclikestotcll of that gen-;
tleman'ri personal connection!
with the 'bargain." Uutler
quarreled with Major IJurke,
yesterday, because the Major did
not Know or would not tel
-anai tnc General sonxrht to
prove on the subject of the
, "bargain." The Major has
womed to be a witness who
meant to tell the truth and the
whole truth, and he details the
huckstering that went on be
tween Hayes' friends and the
iouisiana men who were anx
ious to have their State relieved
frtfm rcderal interference.
As the General has assumed
ihe labor of collecting cvidenee
lor the impeachment of IIayc.j
is attempting to manage the
Xational party,. and is pushing
his. canvass for the Governor
ship of Massachusetts, besides
attending to a large law prac
tice, lie may be said to have his
l'eople generally were sur
prised at Colonel Mosby's ac
ceptance of office from the Ad
ministration." But the announce
ment is made this morning. The
Colonel makes, no secret of his
hope that Grant will succeed
Hayes as President, but ha
boen active in working up pub
lic sentiment in support of the
hitter's title. It is singular that
a civil service reformer like
Hayes nuts iu office only those
who ha.e been active in the
work fraudulent or otherwise
of giving him office and sus
taining him in it. All disquali
fications are overlooked if ser
vice of this kind can be shown.
In this case the wonder is that
Mosby, who is really a man of
character, conviction and abili
ty, should accept office under
It is understood that $100
each is what members of the
Cabinet have contributed to the
radical campaign fund. Mr.
Hayes is said to have "iven
Private letters from Ohio,
just received, represent Demo
cratic prospects in that State as
IVe are so far free from even
one case of yellow fever, and
little alarm is now felt. The
weather is cooler and clearer
than fof some time past, and no
cases ol the disease have been
reported at .Norfolk, through
which city, if at all, it would
come to us.. Our citizens are
making liberal contributions to
sufferers in other places. The
relief movement here originated
aiid has so far been.carried out
principally by our Jewish fcl-
jow citizens. justly.
Officers Attacked by Thirty V,rell
He venue Colleger ...Woodcock,
ot Nashville, received the follow-kjg'dispati-h
Lebajts, August21 We. wen
Attacked yesterday about G p. m
by CainpUdl Morgan and his band;
.We were under a heavy Ore torty.
live minults. Phillips, .Pippios
and Smith are badly wounded. 1
left the place at 7 p in. . When
the tiring commenced again Davis
difptttched Chas. Strane and my-
to you for a hundred men.
Our ammunition is j-hort ; get all
the men jou car." I'll try to ret
i t o
some nor.-es Dre. The place of
attack is io Overton county, nine
iu:us norm ot Uikjkvilla.
" Leg L. Ayers
Woodcotk telegraphed the ubovc
to Commisi-ipner Raum, Washing
ton, and received the following :
Washington, Aug. 21 You
are authorized to employ as many
men as you may deem mcessar
to constitute a itosse to aid von in
O'.a enforcement ot the Internal
enue lav in Overton county.
UEEEN 13. I3AUM
Ayers and Strain rode to Leba
non, sixty-two miles, ar.d took the
train ai riving in Nashville Satur
d,iy night. The revenue party
consists of Deputy Collector Davis
and ten men. They have been
raiding the surrounding counties,
destroying illicit property, and ar
rested a number of moonshiners.
Friday they destroyed the distil
lery of Brown & Bradley.
The party then rode to the rest
deuce cf James Peck, nine miles
north-east of Cookville, inteniin
to paps the night there. Tney
were unarmed, walking about the
yard. Davis and Phillips were
in the garden.when suddenly ashot
was heard, and from a hill, a hun
dred yards away, arose a cloud of
smoke. The ball struck Phillips
in the left side.
The attacking party then sprang
from cover and opened a regular
fire, using shot-guns, pistols and
squirrel rifles. Revenue men ee
cured their arms and replied. Fight
raged fiercely for forty five min
utes. Moonshiners advanced to
within fifty yard?. Revenue men
took positions behind the fence
and house. Moonshiners charged
wice, but were repulsed. S-jme
of the moocsbiners were seen U
all. People along the road' told
Ayers the moonshiners had been
been preparing for the fight for a
week. Woodcock started to the
relief of the revenue men with
twenty five selected men.
The scene of the fight is in that
region made famous by the Biaesel
Tii3 Yellow Fever.
"May God Have 3Iercy"oii Us'." is
the Prayer from Grenada.
-A peculiar phase of the dis
ease in Grenada is that all ca
bos 'so far have proved fatal.
Not a single one of those pros
trated up to . the 21st has re
covered. Old and experienced
men say that people were never
so.tcrribly alarmed by the plague
before. The city of Grenada is
built on a hill, and is in appear
ance one of the prettiest towns
on the road. A dreary, deso
late appearance has taken pos
session of the whole place, and
the faces of those ' persons' re
maining in the village present a
terribly sad and forlorn appear
ance. hole families have
been swept away by the terri
ble scourge. The fever is con
sidered to be of local origin, and
was caused by the opening of
ah (Ad sewer, which had been
closed lor years. At first it
Was thought it had hern
brought here .by an express
package sent from New Orleans
to an old lady named Fields,
since dead, but parties cogni
zant of the fact deny this.
To illustrate the effect of the
scourge it is only necessary to
iiguies. xnree weens
ago it was a place of 2,200 in
habitants, and one cf the pret
tiest towns along the Jackson
route. To describe its trial is
only to repeat a storT of monot
onous misery to families, of
sudden bereavement, and of
hasty burial. From nearly eve
ry house still occupied by fami
lies, bodies have been taken
forth without ceremony or with
out service, carried by the un
dertaker up the slight hill and
into the Odd Fellows' burial
ground. In this cemetery a
number of negroes have been
constantly employed digging
h""") uiu mu underta
kers have filled the graves as
made with bodies. The situa
tion in which the few persons
who remain in the town are
placed is dreadful to contem
plate. No one dares now to
leave it, and no one will enter
it, for the country people here
watch carefully to see that no
one shall bring the fever to their
Ethcridsre Noitiiiiutcd for Govern
or And a Hayes -llesolutioji
Nashville, August 27 At the
State Republican Convention to
day a little over a hundred Dele
gates were present, includiog fif
teen negroes. Forty nine out vt
the ninty lour counties of the State
were represented, and .many cf
them by proxy. At the outset a
question was raised as to postpo
ning a nomination, prominent
leaders favoring waiting until af
ter the Nationals' Convention.
The Convention finally concluded
to nominate candidates. Gov. II
S. FX)le was made .permanent
chairman. A very animated scene
was caused by the introduction of
a resolution endorsing and prais
ing Hayes' Administration. Foote
declared from the Chair that un
less it was adopted'he would have
to retiro. Strong feeling came
out on both sides, and finally ii
was referred to a committee and
The majority seemed opposed to
The Convention on the third
ballot nominated Emerson Ethe
ridge, of Shelby, formerly one of
the most extreme Democrats, and
who, in a speech a taw years ago
at the Capital, uttered the follow
ing, which attracted much atten
tion : "May the crass wither un
der my feet, the woods deny me
Hung for Rapo.
Kavishcr Taken from Officers
by a 3IoIa:id J.ynchcd.
M. li. HOWELL, President. JAS. CIUGSBY, Secretary and Treasure.
Kishtcousiy put to Death,
SiiEiBYViLLi:, August 23.
Mrs. Wm. Martin, living in the
twenty-fifth district, near Xcr
mainly, was outraged yesterday
morning, jusl before day, by a
tramp- laborer named Dennis
Beelar, who lived with her fath
er, 1 atrick v i hams', in l ho.
- Martin and "Williams were ab
sent on a deer hunt at the time.
Beeiar was arrested, and last
night about ten o'clock, iust as
the officer and five other armed
men arrived in the edge of town
with the . prisoner, they were
overpowered by about one hun
dred armed men.
The prisoner was taken from
thorn and carried three miles in
the country on the Tullahoma
pike and hung to the same limb
on which the two negro ravish
ers were hung in 1S72. He was
found there this morning and
cut down by the Coroner at 8
Office Xo. Xortii Inrliet Street,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Paper.
WE arf f on'J Paper manufacturers in the State, and our facilities for rrocurin
V f cood and caesp stock are such that we can olilr superior inducements to all Pr
ties u.sins pr kind ol good. .
Newspaper a Specialty and orders' from publishers solicited
nighest cash price patdlor all kinds of paper stock. july 4 3m
shelter,- the earth a grave, and
heaven a Crod, if I vote the K9
publican ticket." The nomination
was not made without 6tronjr on
position, the above epeesh being
brought into the discussion. The
platlorm is greenback and State
ciedtt. .Lthendge is for low tax,
being regarded as one of the ori
inators of the repudiation move
ment m Tennessee. The Nation
al leaders present were disgusted
Emerson's nomination was Dressed
by those who opposed the indorse
ment ot llayes.
- Etheridge declines.
iXSr The invasion of Mexico
by Col. Mackenzie, with cavalry,
artillery, iSicwell supplied with
ammunition and 'provisions, in
search of cattle tolen and carried
into Mexican territory, looks like
a deliberate purpose to force a war
with that weak and unoffending
power. It is scarcely reasonable
to- suppose that all the cattle
thieves are on the Mexican side
of the Kio Grande, but as the
Mexicans are not invade the Uni
ted States territory j;o recover an
imals etolen from them, all the
invasions are on our side. A war
with Mexico would no doubt Le
popular with several classes of
people. The advocates of a large
ckndm" armv would favor it as
furthering the projects of the Ar
my King ; greedy speculators
would rejoice in it aa a means of
great gain, and the Fraudulent
Administration nould welcome it,
with the hope that it might divert
nih'ic attention from the crimes
to which it is indebted far its existence.
Gallatin Examiner: Iq 1870
the State debt was the great ques
tion, and what to do about it.
John C. Brown was the nominee
of the Democratic State Conven
tion, which unanimously adopted
a resjlution affirming its validity
and the determination cf the State
to pay it. A. A. Freeman was
the . republican nominee. Both
if-ndidates stumped the State and
both declared to the people that
if elected their policy would be to
fand the dolt. Both agreed upon
this policy. The people nppjoved
of it almost unanimously. Brown
was elected and at the tame time
a legislature was elected by the
people upon the same platform,
instructing them to do as they af
terwards did. They funded the
debt just as the people told them.
It is the only instance known in
the history of America, that we
are aware of, that the people ol a
State without regard to party, a
greed upon a policy. It was car
ned out litera l just as the peo
ple voted and instructed. And
now we lave a party rising up
years afterward?, flyirg in tbe
face of this unanimous will of the
people, undoing their work and
dishonoring their State. The peo
ple would never have been tempt
ed to this dishonor but for the art
ful suggestions of politicians who
are taking advantage of their
troubles induced by the oppres
sior.s of the Federal Government
homes. Xot a person will talk
with the Grenada people from
the trains that go through oc
casionally. The cars run through
at the rate of 30 miles an hour;
every window and door is care
fully closed, and when the trains
have passed, carbolic acid, is
plentifully used upon the seats
and floors of the cars.
The most distressing thing a
bout the pestilence at Grenada
is the fact that many of those
ho have fallen with the fever
were compelled to remain in the
place because one or two mem
bers of the family were taken
ill. They remained, hoping
there would be. a favorable
change, and have, one" by one,
succumbed to the disease, and
in three days' time have filled
the graves on the hill. The dis
ease has not developed rapidly
enough to kill its victims in the
streets. All who have had it
have known what their fate was
to be. They have felt ill at
night when they lay do ;yn; pains
&Hiot through their bones, and
their heads ached in the morn
The August number of the
llorld is on our table and fullv
sustains its reputation as the
leading Musical Monthly. The
music in this number consists
of a new Song and Chorus,
"My Grandmother's Chair," a
charming Scotch ballad" Jamie,"
by J. L. Molloy, and for the
piano - ''Spring Tide Polka "
"You and I AValtz'and "Drosh
kee Galop," three sparkling
I ut-w pieces. Ttiese five pieces
or music are alone worth more
than the subscription nriee of
the TFbrZda year, which is only
Si.ou including premium. The
literary contents are fully up
to the high standard of this
journal, which should be in the
1 1 mm .
nanus ot every lover of music.
Send 15 cents to the publishers
for a sample copy. They also
offer to send their large Descrip
tive Catalogue of sheet music
and ransic books free to all de
siring it. Address Williams
& Maxss, 74 V.4th St., Cincin
and luring them on to ruin.
A man who fainted at a camp
meeting was sadly disappointed.
lie expected that a dozen men
would rush up, pull whiskey flasks
out of their pockets and give him
a drink to revive him. The flasks
were forthcoming, but tlev didn't
contain enouch liouor to moisten
bis lips. He fainted too Jate in
The Tennessee Baptist
and Western Methodist newspa
pers have suspended publica
tion during the prevalence of
yellow fever at Memphis.
St. Louis, steady.
New York, inactive,
Si. Louis, firm,
St. Louis, 6teady,
94 95 J
6 (s) 9i
The contract has been let for
the extension of the D. L Y.
R. R. and work is to be resumed
at once. That part of tbe road
from Lewisbnrg to Smiley ,
whicn lias already been graded.
will be completed probably by
the 1st of October, if the sub
scribers will pay, their subscrip
tions promptly. 'Ihe work on
the remainder of the road to
Petersburg will be pressed for
ward as rapidly as possible
The Company has not been able
to raise all the money necessary
to build the road to that point,
but our people will certainly not
let it fail lor the additional a-
mount of subscription required.
Let everybody put their shoul-
der to the wheel .and complete
this great work" which will be of
so much value to the county.
He -Telegraphs that lie Cannot
Accept the domination.
Duesdex. August 23.
To Henry S. Foote and others
I cannot accept the nomina
tion. Ejieeson Etheridge.
Tor Ral A fine rniintrv rpi1onr xrifli
. j --1
choice surroundings, etc. This frequently
means that the occuDant wishes to recain
health; because a resident in a malarial
district will induce blood poisoning, and
hence dieas This rn.n hA most pvnp.li-
tiously counteracted by the prompt ad-
... ' . r TV- 1 11.. TI J . . j
uuiusirauou 01 ur. xuu s Jjioou auxiure.
Overtasking the Energies.
It is not advisable for anv of us tn nvar-
task our energies, corporeal or mental, but
111 me enger pursuit ot wealth or f .me or
knowledge, how many tmnsgress this salu
tary ru'e. It niu-it be a matter of great im
portance to all who do so to kcow how they
can regain the vigor so recklessly expended.
The remedy is neither costly or difficult to
obtain. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is pro
curable in every city, town and settlement
in America, and it compensates for a drain
of bocliljor mental energy more effectually
than any invigorant ever prescribed or ad
vertised. Laboring men, athletes, students,
i'Hirna'ists. lawvers. ciertrvnipn. nlivai.
tniis, all bear testimony to its wondrously
renovating powers. It increases the capa-
ont jes lor undergoing fatigue, and counter
arts the injui-jijis eliVcts upon the system
of exposure, sedentary habits, unhealthy
or wearying avocations, or an insalubrious
climate, and is a prime alterative, diuretic
and blood depurcnt.
AKD MAKCFACTOnY ( F
Poors, Sash, Blinds, Moldings, !
TT'E ANNOUNCE to our hrmn friend
f f and putrons that the r.e.it session of
this Institution will open the
First Monday in SEPT. next,
l and continue forty-one Ke.k. (including:
;tn wek of boh.lays from ChiUtiuas t
ew j ear; cio-iiig June, 1378.
Tsm3 : 2.C0, 3X0, ICO, asi 5. 03 '
per month, according to advancement.
Iueidental fee l.OO
tor term of five months. Payable, in all
cases in advance.
.Accounts due at the end of ever four
Tor further particulars, address,
E. S. BRADSHAW,
At R. II. OgiIvie?s Old Stand, West side
of the Sqsare,
O AVE opened a large, new and well se-
lected stock of
:I have IaUly increased my Tower ami
Dressing Much Cheaper !
My Saw Mill is in the country, and I can
fill orders at short notice and cheaper than
1 have ever sold Lumber. I will sell
mmmi mi mm.
consisting of everything usually kept in a '
w m-reguiateu Hardware store. Our stocH i lot3 0f 500 feet or m,u ..i
IHE fall term of this Institute will le-
Monday, August 2GtIi, 1S7S,
and continue twenty weeks. The course
of instruction thorough, embracing tbe
The N ew York State Democrat
ic Convention met in Saratoga last
IP MORE GREAT QIESTIOAS
FIRST That all who buy their goods from
0. Lt. bit i AM CO. are prosperous
SECOND That J. L. BRYANT & CO. have
the latest purchase, and the cheapest,
freshest and newest styles of goods in
Of course thev are selling them cheaner
,t ., . . . "...
man inose who bougtit at higher prices,
without any "Bulldozing," which they do
net propose to resort to.
They invite all their friends, and espe
'2153 IxA DIES .
to call End examine their goods and prices
before they buy. They have all the new
est Ffylcs of Collar?, Cufis, Buttons, Dress
Goods. Hats. Bonnets. Ribbons.- Scarfs.
Flower.-'. Jewelrv. Ilosierv. Corsets. T'ara.
, j , j , 7 '
sol8,UmbreI!as,Gloves,Fans, and everything
that a I.lil V nrp(l Thrv a!n bpn Pv. rv
. J -r j
articleayouniimanNEEDS, and all that an
old man WANTS, in the Clothing nd Agri
cultural line. They ask all to come and
see their coous and learn their oiices. and.
in fact to buy what thev need, and so
home and grow rich. They keep
The Best Sewing Machines,
The hestReaper and Mower,
THE BEST HILLSIDE PLOWS,
The best TuriiiisgPlows,
The best Double Shovel Plows
now manufactured, and are sellin? them at
the lowest prices.
1 heir estab.ishment is headquarters for
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Their stock of Drugs, Patent Medicines.
etc., is umqualled.
The farmers can rind no n!apf pnnal nt
which to buy their Seeds.
All their trade is mutual anil TnlinViTn'
If vou d n't wnnt SlHO worth, tatn u-bjit
you want and they will thank you.
an-. 2 o J. L. BRYANT & CO.
FAR1J HARD VTA It E
Of every description,
Cirfkj, Carpsnters' and Builders'
Horse and Mule Shoes, &c
We propose to off.-r the nublic Rnch In
ducements as will insure to us a liberal
share of their patronage.
Give u-j a trial and see if wo do not give
satisfaction. HUGH M. BLAKE.
march.28 6. D. McPHAIL.
Wagons and Buggies
W. E. TCRLEY, Fayetteville, Tcnn.
VAUGHN & ACHLLY,
have for sale the
Languages, Mathematics and the
Terms ST?, .7, $4 and 3- per month, ac
cording to advancement, payable at the
end of each month, al which time all ac
counts will be presented. Tupils received
at any time. Except ic case of protracted
sickness, charged from date ot entrance
until close of session.
Incidental fee in advance, $1.
C. S. CLARK, Principal.
TlHu4 lit I IM ', V li.I' (4 tr- n D.. :.. i .
Audress J, iVoBia i Co., St loul ilL
T. 0. GOODEICH & CO.
East SidaPuUtc Square,)
U A VE just received and opened an en-
tirely new stock of the
light draft and durable, equalled by few,
surpassed by none, and
And will be sold at the very lowest price.
They also manufacture
Carriages, Buggies and Spring
of the best material and iu the most
I cf all kinds done on buggies, farm wagons,
j agricultural machinery, plows, etc., at short
j nonce on reasonaoio terms. Whkelbah
style goods, all of which will be sold at Bow for sale of good finish and substantial
the . make.
notch, as ther were bono-tit nhn-t-n f .00V.
pticc-S. We will not ttt-mpt to enumerate i obtained for new invention!!, or for improvements
the great variety comnosin" this altrnctirp ! o'1 uJl ons for nteaicul orother coiurinls, tra.to-
nA woll j :!, . -ii I :"? "V"01?- VT?at?. Awisrnunt. Inter-
tion a few of the leading article?, viz
Dr Goods, Hclions. Shoes, Soots, !
HATS, READY-MADE CLOTHING.
Coats' Spool Cotton oc a-Spool.
All we ask ii fr yeu to examine our 3tok,
and if we do not suit you in style and
price, we do not expect you to buy them.
We cordially invite our old fripmU nrl nut.
rons, and the public generally, to come and
see for themselves that what we saV is
true. . T, C GOODRICH & CO.
March 28, 1878
01 1 51 E hotlna: Outflt.f-
t'ercuces. Appeal. Suits for InnincuienU, nnl
ftilc.isMri.Mi j iiuiti-i- the Patent Laws, nmmnt.
ly altendeil t. Inventions tH at have bees
EJ EOTEl)tl,l! 1,Bten' "Me
Ji.-L.tJ 1jV;I in may stj in m()st eH
ses. 1)0 pntuiitc.1 bv m. rtf int; opposite to iliu f J. s
Patent Dfpiirtnient, ami engage! in the rcnt
business exclusively, we can in.iko closar searches.
viuiB rwi'ius more pnjnipci v.airi witli iro.-v.
er claims, than tlio?o who aits renluto lrora Wash-
I X V E X TOUS M
your (lev ioo; we makeexnininations and adviso as
. 4i ..v.cii ii , 1 nr.r, uakk. j 1 1 corresixm-d'ii'-e
srririly onlldentinl frice low. nml 7St
V tlW.it. I.MISS P.1TEST is si;.
We refer in Washinpfon, to Hon. Postmaster
General 1) M Key, l et F.l). Power, The (.t-i inan
Ancric;in VtimtMl Rtnk tftnm.-iuU : it u
Patunt Ulfluti.aini to Senators and kcprescntativi i
.in k.ici:i.imt inonr ciimirj in every
tate iu tbe L'aion ami in Canada. Aihlres
Beardsn & Thomas,
1 Bjfff ft
HAVING recently purchased tliPFe pop
ular Milla (long known as the Mar
kuin Mills) we are now putting them in farst
class oider, and with superior machinery,
which is equal to any in the State, we caa
FLOUR, MEAL, BRAN
or other 3Iiilirjg Products,
equal to any iu quality and quantity.
So.icitin a liberal patronagj, we promise an,
untiring efFort to give 8ati.-fiCion.
To farmers and all others, we offer
Custom Grinding Every Day !
and ask them to give us a trial, assured, a
we are, that they will bo pleased with our
way of doing business.
BEARDED & TII03IAS.
P. S. Mat. IScanteii may always la
found at the Mills, and
personal attention. aUT. ls-tf
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposito Patent Offlce, Washington, D.C
i"-"i-T, er IH'kllity, -muaiiillT tn4; dnm
'," Utidr. Kldavy I.Ivit, l.rv A.thm. r.irii,
Hl.,ll tliruuicDllm,n.i Ui!fct..S K FKM ALfc.nJ
yield to lit nunl. Dr. OUa lu bl liVlori rwimit. wnj
H (nkdtnw ol tb. VUtcwn4 fvhool,
o mCTmrv, km lk. Irol prwtic in tb. II. S. LA Il E n
''"W Irtitinonl with private rriw and board, ll m wtlu. f.r.
"y C03V.BW1W for raLoaU. fS-od tly can for aupl. f B.ihkw
flo,l. nd tlnalw of imporU.it iufom.lo hv fjwm. DiL.
I.Ii1 r-em.lt PHI.. iKr.T. roo.ull.Mioa K.
MARE1AGE GUIDE fiffi,
ani m.dmi i aurtd of both SrroriaJ. dUas of a fviw atUor.
VaJntl.vlTi-fl lo th marrM awl tdoM con tempi sting Burnsy.
Howr to tM hm'.t'uf and truly hfy in the mum, relation. Ercrv
bodt aijoudd cct um buvk fhea M eaou, to as j aJdrvr-, Mij.
! AULA 1 MONKV pleasantly an-l !7
M-.. ..i nr.Jii.iLii, uiBiiY i lo. Atlanta, Ua
June 20 ly
WEST SIDE PUBLIC BQCAKE,
Some of the Democratic na
pers in this State that are .cryinjr
low taxes, to distract and di
vide the Democratic party, are
pursuing a very irood course to
put the Kadicals into cower, who
will pay the State debt in full
111 r m.
-uouar lor dollar. Tlren they
will have true cause to cry out
for low' taxes. If we will act
prudently and honestly now. we
caii compromise at about one
half that amount. Cleveland
n m i i
K5F" Nashville has contribu
ted to the yellow fever sufferers
over $2,000 in cash besides pro
JT That terrible scourge, yel
iow lever, still afflicts the country.
Memphis, Vicksburg, New Orleans
and Grenada are in the grip, cf
the monster and hundreds die
daily. There is no reasonable
ground for any one fearing its
spread in this part of the country.
While it can be brought here by
refugees there is no chance for it
to obtain a foothold.
Bacon, in the Knoxville
market, is beiDg offered freelv
from wagons, at 5 to C cents,
hog round. Best crades of wheat
sell at 85 to 90 cents per bushel,
AFTER years of experience
ber, dining which time I h
PFMIflMS AU So,,i"' 'i disable-!, Wiuous
t kiiuiwuu 01 in. .-.h who rroin tlm service,
all 14 day soliiiors ol 1812. nml their Vi,l,.iv ran
irft I'eiiDionK Write to A. , TO rt'orni ick.
v iwinnju. lorciiTiuars Rliowinu rights. li n
nions incrcascil. .Success or no tee. aug. Ij In
V. It. McELROY, Proprietor.
as a l)nr:;fniI.s li0k,j fforineri S-ffoM Hmia
n ta tbcfP(I 'lit . J .
the oualitie., t": I'Z . "n reopened o the public and
for the hair now in use iha ve discovered a Ie'ur Accomrno.ui.ons
rj? ONIC ti -Ji3 isx:s;rr,
which I think will p.ove far superior to moderate- leb-Cn,.
any other preparation for Cleansing aul ! MantlOod HoV LflSl HflW RpSfnrPrl
Invigorating the 8caln. Removinsr Tl.mrl-I iU',UU"U llU" L0H. n0'' IlfSsIOrPO.
ruff orScuif.and Vif iiiirfT the w..; I! f52
is the result of many experiments made &yi
j me, .un i am prepared IO warr.lUt Its ; if , O!'l,","i"rrna.or.-''niinai weakness
Boll & Oo..
Have moved their
TO SOUTH SIDE TIE SQUARE.
7HF,RE they will continue to ;rio bar-
f gains to all who favor them with t call.
Have just bought a nice bill n-oni tho'
of Charles Scott & Co., Importers, Xew
lork. 1 IiL-se goods were bought at 2." per
cent. less than cost of importation, and w
will guarantee that the people of this com
munity have nerei- had tuc!k opportunities
to buy good good at as low figures as we
now offer them.
We specially invite the ladies to call and
examine our goods. Our iiotise is situated
on the Square under Dri-ht Hall which
makes it conveniciit for all.
A Wan anted I'.ed Tick at 20c. A good
Bleached Domestic at lCc. Extra Bleach
ed Domestic at 11c. Turkey Ued Napkins
at 90c per dozen. Nice Linen Towels at
10c each. A tolerably good Corset for 33c.
a real good one for ;7)c.
lust PnhlUhr.I I't a lion- ilUI. r
C'ulverwcll'ia C clelrnt-d Enouf
in u.o ia.iii.ai cure (niuiout inedli-inf)
nf li'iinatorrnca orSiriinul Wm.iu...
Cflicacv. I havn thw ffa Tn,-,. Kr.ftt.l '" ,int.ar7 Seminal to, Impotcncy.
for salM nA T 1 i't r .i i .Munini an.l l nysiral Incapacity. Imped imenu to
for sale and would like for the people gen- s MarrwKc. etc.; also, t ousiimption, 'piiPy, auri
BELL & CO.
School and Miscellaneous
Notions, Candies and Nuts.
TOM SIIACKLEFOED, Salesman,
LINIMENT in the WORLD!
HAN 03 ' SSAST !
URES neuralgia, rheumatism, back
ache, headache. Knin.il ili:(a a ci,t-j,
bruises, big jaw, big head, bir shoulder,
sweeney, stiff joints, strains, splint, f prain,
poll evil and fistula in ihrir
. - ... J j tt,
ana any other uiseases wheie counter irri
itants can be of advantage.
It mar be had of the following Bpnta
V. C. fcherril!, Mcrryviile; R. R. Neil, Mill
viile; O. U. HaFris, Bunker Hill; E. S. Wil
son, xjoons Hill; Jo. Farrar, Cjruston; Zeb
(Jolcher, Toil Gate II an u fact tired by
J. S. Sc J. P. DOLLAR,
july 4 2m. Mcrryviile, Tenn.
erally to give it a trial. Price
OnC Ddll.ir .1 Ttff!n
! FORD WASHIYRTnV
Hines Block, next door to Mallarnee house
july 11, 1878
Ut iree. J B. taj lord A Co, Chicago. IU.
Kits; iniluci"! by If-in diligence' or scau.i1 ei
Z-Ttf Price, in a sealdil envelope, only six cents
A he celcbrnfea anttor, in tbit admirable Ka
y, clenrly tlemontratea. from a thirty years'
Successful practice.that tliealanninj? conquencea
of Self-Ahuse may I radicullvcuretj without the
dangerous nse of internal nwdicine, or the appli
cation or Ui:i knife; pointing out a mixie of cure
at once simple, certain and effectual, by uieainof
whicheveryanfferer.no matter what his condition
radTcnMVmjy CUr huuseU tUeiP1l'. privately and
This Lecture shoulrl be in tho hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain euvelope, to any ad
dress, on receipt of six ocots.or two postaito sUiuih
THKrrT.vii'iiwh-rr ltipTtin.ff . .
ii,? ork? f Ofiice liox.l.lSO.
and Eorphia fchitnnxf.
1 angina I m oi Motot
Opium Entiof. u w. B. Squira
Attention, Farmers and Gardeners!'
WE employ the best workmen, have the
best machinery. matnriaL etc an4
prcptred to do the beatPrinting.atreasonalle
rats and short notice.
OBSERVER OFFICE. FayeHtviV,
COL P, TURNET'S REGIMENT.
TURXIPS .' TURNIl'S !
I HAVE just received a lat and well se
lected supply of
Landreth fresh ami genuine
Garden Seeds I
such a are best adapted to this localiry.
Havin? gold them to tho conntv fi,r tlm l.-it
twenty years, I can anI do heartily recom
mend them to the public. For fa la at tho.
old stand, West Side Public Square.
aug.8-Sin. Yf. C. DIEM EI?.
n l 4 lit
A PHYSIO! nftlfMI
Victv of Marriase !
Tiutraa to Wedlock art
I uiiiwuiji irrat.aa oa Ul.
I Ir'u At m.r-. .k-
cra of Bopreduct ton ai.
the riflKM. Af Vnitin.
3 A ook fr. r'!Tit, con.id-
i w";1"" PrlTt9 JftKira axj.nt ljm 8lf
Bican.or iir.. i-,4 rr.j,,rr..prlcat-ir
AJureatCH. libTTa, Ho. il 3T. SU fit. fet louS , Xo.
j, VII perdsy made hy anr rker or either
L L) 1 f:!Jt-,r'X"' " their own 'oral; Hex. Pa"
1 1-CU lat ri ltnil (iirnriU. wa..I. .1 e 1
tarn , - : v : . . . ",W,W,TC- 1 tn
BT1N8QM A CO., Portland, JUiBe rnar'ebly
HTHE second annual re-union of the mem
X bers of Col. P. Turoey's Ut Tenncs-
eo regimen win De at Wincheter,
Sixth of September.
Every member 13 required to be present
if possible, and the people generally, both
ladies and gentlemen, are invited.
X. J. GEORGE, Chairman.
V. E. Donaldson, Sec'y.
-.V ear the north-west corner Square,
IS now prepared to manufactures-.
Harness. Kal1lo. t; .-1,1 iu ."l
ami Martingales in the best style. V
and of the Tery best material. Collars
Hiimes and Whips always on hand.
Repairing' done with neatness and dinpotch.
Cheap for cash on barter ojjlt. fan21-12m
has removed to Lis.
iS E S If .0 P
on College street 3 doors from the 5w(ire
4 XD i4 now prepared to furnish Marble
and Gray Stono work at lnw nri-
than ever before
signs and prices.
Call aad examine de-
TO MAKE IIOEY
ll..o. m.t t . ...1 ...
aaeO-ly tiLul lUavrr to., Atlanta, J?.
LL persons ov irg on the books of J".
. U. Caldwell for tbe Tears 1S7G-7
are rsouested to tin nt
counts by the
Fii-stof September next.
Those failin- t i'o 0 will find thf-ir
claima in tho han.N uf an ofli.-Pr f.., r.M..
. 1 1 '"'vv-
nu, 119 io Hirer munu
tug. 22-tf R. L. C
Ueucrt cannot be civen.