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Aifc) - At 'jrjtio -Same DJd Staiul.
V O, Wallace;
. A e Lax: made arrangement
with. .(Jjc .Nashville . Christian
Advocate, organ of the M. E.
Church, South, by whichwe can
furnish that journal m, the
Observer for $5.50, casli in ad
The AYpstcrn Farjncnsi Alma
nac for 631 is a yery valuable
book, pontahiiiig. 72 pages ; and
will post the purchaser only tew
cnts. It )ia,9'artiric8 cn Mock,
t,n?her, , silk-culture, seeding,
jnulching, &c.. cf intercut. Jt
may be ordered through IVttev,
of this place. ; .-. : '.
- Prof, Plnl. J Green, of ?,jpli-
?io, is a candidate for State Su-
pcriiitejulejit of I'ubiic: Instruc
tion. IU is rcccxQ mended by
the best citizens cf Lincoln Co.,
without reference to politicsf -He
is an enthusiast on the subject
of education. lie is an excellent
teacher, and thoroughly, familiar
with, the .educational needs bt
the State, and if selected to fill
the station named,, would prove
an efficient officer, ,,. : ;; V;7;-:
The 'gi-cgatost cf the fete
is' Pytlk Sectary: of tlie Trea
FJ.put at J$6,70a,720,5Q9," This
is what t costthe north to main
tain .the Union. : The cost to the
south of .'the effort' to destroy it
was not probably-less than $4 -VpMWJO.:
Add this 'to the
tirst, item, and the, 'cost fc; the
whole .country, is foumj tp have
bqen oyer ten billions of -dollars,
oi- ?250 Tor. each man, woman
in.tj oluld in the 'United States.
"We Jjaye jecjarcd Ihc 'Janua
ry number of Our Utile Onh,
which'. is, as its name iraplies, a
magazine for juveniles. It has
a corps of correspondents that
have tha peculiar gift pf wrjn
ting for. the Jittlol ones. Its il-1
lustrations: are elegant and' 'in
structive as well as entertaining1.
A years subscription would1 be
a holijlay -present that .would not
lad to gladden tlie heart of the
little one.. $1.50 a year. 'Ilus-,h;-II
Publishing Company, 14 ) A
Tremont Stiject, Jioston, ?Mass.
Wo expect to:Soon sendji Jist
(of new Kubsc'riircrs to thejfoitte
and Farm,' and any persons : de
sirous of; haying. hcir' names
inclyded will let us'toipw at once".
Of several publications that were
.ollcrcd to ; us as premium?,' we
.selected Home and' Faini ; bc
.o.nise it is a most excellent lite-,
jary and farm journal it is' a
Suit hern publication, and, there
fore, adapted to our climate, soil
.and customs, and it. is published
by a responsible' firm that' wiJI
perform its promises.. There
will-be no missing mimbciB.
investigation 3 into tiic
fraudulent Jlifo insurance busi
ness of Pennsylvania makes'1 a
great sensation, and start liner
facts have been brought out, It
seems that agents x of co-operative
associations - iaveA,been in
the habit of pjacjng risks on ged,
.sick and trying people,, and get
ting them passed as : good risks
.by -4he subservient- doctors.
(Generally relatives or friends of
the persons; insured -arc. made
.the nominal beneficiaries, but the
understanding was"! that; the
speculators should keep up the
policies by paying the assess
ments aiid take the 'lion's 'share
of the 'money when the patients
Mil". J .
'SomeOpinioiis of Legisl&r
; ; tors." .
Under .tlie above heading a
correspondent of the .-Louisville
.Courier-Journal gives the opin
ion of Judge of Nashville,
as to the entire list of Demo
cratic members elect to our next
( J encral Assembly.
"Wc extract so much thereof
.as refers to' our own immediate
members: ' ' ; . ' .
"J,'IqCuJlough", of Marshall
county V" . . ' : ' .' 'i :'
"I xlou't know him personally,
but he is said to be a staunch
and reliable man. lie represents
a rich country, and I guess he,
is all O.K."
"G: .W. lIiggins,'of Lincoln?"
"lie is a sale man. ' Lincoln
is a powerful Democratic coun
ty. The Democrats there would
hang a' man if he was to go back
on the pari y." .
F. U lelb of Lincoln, and
Giles, is a good man, "of good
family : ; t
We cannot cyen 5icfs who
Judge' is, but his head is
."perfectly level" as to our mem
bers. , We endorse all of the a
ovc extract most emphatically.
Hen. : John 21. Bright.
Wasliinglon, Dec. 15, 1880.'
Ed. OnsERVEi'.r- Th H?illtle farmer only got 80'cts. for
takes made by the political par
ties come prominently before the
country here, both as to party,
policy and individuals, amthey
are seldom corrected out are
allowed to go on until the party
niakiug them Use their prestige
lor good to their people.
V.e say tins after careful con
sideration of the-past campaign
in our state; we all know what
we lo:?t, but it is not too late to
correct. our blunder and; again
gain ourg prestige in the, nation
al ' legislature.' We ' are' cn the
eve of an election of a U.: S. Sen
ator by our next legislature that
body is very close and it '.be
hooves us not to ' throw ' "alW
chance away in squabbles oyer
the position tor the reason 01
rewarding any ' individual ". for
party services rendered."
.What we need is a man who
will iibt forget that he is the ser
vant of the people ' and not the
dictator, a man who will not for
get that he is the impartial judge
between a powerful government
and its people, whose whole du-
ty is-to rentier impartial justice
to'loth:'''..- -'V:;; ':i
We have taken' up men and
rewiirded them for, services renT
dercd tlie party nhtir we'; haye
lost control of. the T lower branch
of Con jrrtss. V ' !A " 'srl ance'at th
members vrcturtied to the'ripxt
it tn jongress uy .tne pgppie. pi
the hbrthcii 'states' is ery clear
evidc'ifce;: -to;; us , that' it .is;; the
inaiis titiicss-for tlie nlacer'aVid
not1 his popularity'-')vTucJi . is con
sidered; ' 'Xow would it not be
well for us at home at this "time
to" look over the names of those
mentioned as candidates lor the
senatorsliip ' and see. which one
lias the. peculiar fitness' for this
position. ,' "-. ' .
, ; Hon. John M. Bright ha been
jpiig' a ta'eniber pf the House of
Representative's from 'the 5th dis-
. . . c. '. : a v ? - it
met pi, our Dtate; Dy.nis univer
sal liiirness and honesty' upon
all ' questions that come , before
congrcss?during his official terra,
has given him 'influence and
prcstjge upp;i the floor of Con
gress which- js recorded to" to"
member of that body,and his de
cided knowledge of parliameutr
arv law lias been of 'great bene
fit to, the country at large, and
1 ? - J. 1 ..1 ... - An. ' C f n 4 . t Lo
chairman' of .the' committee Jpver
which he has presided'' in rth'c
House' his sanction of f any 'mat
ter 'coming from them to ' the
f Jouse was a guarantee'that'they
were just . am) ,: l ight n and,' no
member '"of t cither, idc of" 'the
House refused , to vote Tor tho
measure, be they what they may.
Now we think this, influence is
worth the serious , consideration
of every member of the legisja
ture of our Sfatie,''ahd let rewards
foiDart v . services go. ; ' ' ' : ' '
' We would not- pluck one leaf
from the laurel crown upon the
brow of any of the other gentle
men named for' tlie senatorship,
but ' wc- do ; say no one could ' be
selected who can .be more useful
and "whose interest in the wel
fare of our State and her ad
vancement -is greater thari is
Ion: John M. Blight's. He has
been a life long democrat' of that
school whose only ''ambition has
been to advance the interests -of
our State and its people. 1 J
- And ' in presenting IiTs name
for consideration we; believe' we
express' a sincere wish' of a very
larcrc maiority of ; the people of '
our State that he may represent
-lthM881.: H.'0. J.,: :
' At Asheville, Kl rC; :. Frid'ay
night, a lot of young ' men !coii
eluded to havopmofurt' at"the
expense of 'a young man rtairied
Wells, who wa of a weak niind
and had been 'drinking. One of
the boys Jrcteftdih to be anof-i
liccr, made an attempt to orresi
him, f iind being frightened- b
left and started for his home on
Sandy1 Musk,' 'but ' missed thd
way Ilisfriends in the morning
found him dead iii tlie woodsi1 '
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In the railroad suit recently on
triat in the Winchester Grcnit
Court,' inwhich Mrs.: ' Garner
sued the K. and C. R. It. for
damages siistaincd in, the death
of her. husband in the bridge dis
aster near this . place about ..a
year ago, the jury gave her?20,
000.' -i A) new trial wag granted
by the Court! for the reason, wc
are told, that tlie amount award
ed is excessive.
" XorthernDcmocrats cast ncar7
ly 3,000,000 votes, and had but
17 electors.' 'Northern Republi
cans threw 3,250,000 votes,1 and
yet had 214 electors. If 'any
body imagines that. the present
system of cJiopsingPrcsidcnt and
yicc-lrsidcht isj list and fair or
suited .to, the! present needs of
the country, his ideas must be
grotesque," or Jiis, imagihatioii,
out of gear. '" " '
Over, four Thousand ixopTe
witnessed' the hanging of Ed.
Long," col., for themurtler of Ti
tus RogerSjSatuiday at Jackson,
Tcnn. He made, a brief rpecch
on the scaffold, declaring he
killed I'ogcrs in cold blood jthat;
he deserved death by the gal
lows, and was ready to meet it
Err. Obskhvep : We showed
in our article of IGth inst., that
his 'bushel of wheat, under our
present, financial fc.ystcm,swhen
he should have had ope dollar.
It' is not onh' the wheat" raiser
that fails to get a just prjee for
his labor but is the case' w ith
every majj j.u.this country, with
out he is either a banker,bpiid or
office holder; these hree classes
are fucking the life blootTout of
other, classes of society. These
three classes grow richer year
by year and awrapioly absorb
ing all the wealth of the country,
while other classes are! growing
poorer. How: are 'you to rcme-
dyitlnsf. I am asked; "I will tell
you how it pan. and will be rem
edied, 'or a dompstixi government
is nothing but a financial dream:
5 'First, by paying oft' all U. S.
bonds as they fall due, with gold,
silver; and nonrinterest bearing
treasury notes, making! them a
legal tender. for all debts, public
and private RepeaJ the nation
al hanking laws, let tna goveni-
ment make all tins money, -and if
there1 is ny fear that the money
will not be properly distributed,
there can be depositories in every
town, if necessary, i: Pay the dis
tribntirig .'officer a salary, and let
him loan to the! people at a veiy
lo wl rate of interest, jiist- enough
f o pay expenses.;' Pay the bonds
ofL i Men thtti have" means in
vested in bonds -are not going to
l. xl T 1 ' ,1 'tv
They j wJII start saving banks;
engage infin.litufacturing, niin-ingbuilding-milroac's!
tiling oi tne tma ta maKe more
moneV.en ,tvJj';iiCi;i: 1 O'-nof:
i -The: resources for investing In
this country appear inexhausti
ble and sucu investments would
find .employment for all tlie sur
plus labor of the country. ' Un-
ilcr '' this system' of - finance, the
wheat farmer would gvt a dollir
a! bushel for his! wheat; the men
who handle it between producer
and customer would get pay for
their-Iaborj the customer would
get it near the tame price he does
now.' -J Bat neitiier producer or
consumer would be robbed of
part of j-their labor to pay inter
est on the bond and the national
bank for its currency. The pres
dent of the national bank would
be transformed into president of
a. ; cotton mill' flouring nill or
some other branch of industry,
the cashier of his bank would al
so haveltlie same sort of transfer.
u, jWhen the bonded system and
the usury system are abolished
thk'coun try will befrce, not un
til j then. It is more despotic
and dangeroiis to American lib-.
erty ; than, African , slavery that ;
was. cjpnpned to ctl)r; . I his ex
tend to all debtors, oi all colors.
Let us be free. Who can object?
Rally ; aroiuid the flag of, progr
ress. 'Tis there,and there alopc.
you can find jjope and. freedom.
;.i ',--:;-.i.ih;ii:( XSATIOXAI.iJ.
. Tribute of Respect:.', nl .
! At a .mceti ng of ! the .Uuited
Friends ofiTemperance, &i Nor
ris Creek, Gleam of Hope Coun
cil,1 No. 420, December 9,18SO,
TJL; Williamson and Mrs: Can
non were appointed a committee
to1 draft resolutions on the death
of!6iir vodnir sister Belle GJ Ti-
gert:--" yvoda v -:r qrrroo
ed goodiiess and mercy ' has call
ed froni the .fields iofl labor and
sorrow lo thosej of -rest! and re
gard. onrdev6ted sisterj i Belle
Tigertih tbe"nioming'of alife,
Whoc daivnin crgare promise of
ns$hdnCss. and diTotion tor the
great iemperanca causes There
fore,' bos itJ j"txpnq iiirni:.! -jot ;
r! Eesohed, That wo have lost a
faithful w6rkcp and h true loyer
of temperarice,y et we would sub-;
missively.yield to this dispensa-1
tiori of Providence 'and-thank
God forf thc7precioiis -CTidence
we have thabshe-i how-drinking
of tho clear wafers ofiheayen:
and restingin the shade of a .tree
planted by Ilis!own;dcar hanxh'
JiwQlvtdffXh& wg tcj4ei:'our
heartfelt sympathies to thegood
father and mother,; who r, with
hearts; all torn and bleeding, are
living ;m sweet ntieipatioin.-of
the gpod tjmc fif :.iis-v.f.i; oJ
Wheu-friepds shall meet Bgein, who hare
VAni embraces shall t6 tweet " l i' '
11 At the dear sdetmer' foet, li ivwiui
When they meet to part no mor, hq haie
; i ; loTed. . " t ' . t
es'6lce& ThatWcbp'v of these
re'soluticns be furnished the fam
ily', of the 'deceased and; a copy
bo spread upon ; the minutes 'of'
this Ixdge ! ahd' a' copy be "feeht
to the Fatettevillk OBsisayEH
for publication. :;. '-;ia-''
: .' Mrsi. Iollie Cajstko jr. ' ;
i . f j i
r.'.-r.-!i : r in Vi
The time bag been when diseases ot the
Kidneys were considered serious affections,
but fortunately all rear or any lata! results
from these troubles are dispelled' by: the
etrtninty. wilh which Jay'a KJdney Ad,
always acts. , ., , ,
i What is , it that sever fails to cure Eick
ana ervona .tteaaacaer : ur.,. itagiana s
Ugh t,ni n g reltef.' ' Fat Bile by all drugg:feis
AGEKTS AXD lCANVASSEBS
Make from $25 to 850 per week sail
ing goods for E. C. HIDEOUT & 00. 10
Barclay Street, 2?ew York. ' Send. for their
Catalogue and terms! - i"aBgl9 '80-lr-!
- : : ''." -;. i:.
Dr. L'a eland's Lightning Belief is a sure
cure for liheumatisra and Neuralgia. For
sale by all druggists. l ; nov.!4-6m
i . 111 . i , ;
Dr. Eailand's Celebrated Lighlnina Re
lief is tho areatest discovery of the are fo
the relief of pain. .For jale by alt drug.
' Washington Letter.
Special Corretpondence of the Obbf.rveb
WsjtracTqx, D. C, Dec. 1 ft, 1880. .
Tlie Washington Iost is, so
far as I know, the only Demo
cratic paper . of consequence
which wishes to force uppn the
louse pf Kepresentiitives, at this
session, the discussion of joliti-r
cal 'Subjects. Just what is to be
gainVd'ni that way! it is imppssir
The only really- political sub
ject that has been before . the
House, j5o'far? iAthe proposition
to reenact the -substance of the
22nd Joint Kule; WTill any one
say that the DeToprat can make
a profitable, fight in advocating
that discarded and indefensible
Kule? The substitute 1 offered
for - it by Senator Morgan is a
great improvement, but; it is far
from perfection.' ' " ."u""
But, letting alone the denier
its of the measure, why " di$ciiss
any subject of a political char- j
aeter when necessary ousmess
pushes for attention? The ses
sion "must close,. on March 4th,
and every working day between
this time, and that is demanded
if the actually necessary work
of the session Is to be done. - By
necessary work, I mean, flrst,'fthe
apprppriatioii'" bills; ; 'second a
refunding billjthir&.'.a reappor
tionment bill, so that the ; grow
ingtscctions of the: country may
profit by: their growth v immedi
ately intne nouse oi-ivcpresen-
tatives as they immediate lyaini
in tlie Senate cn then? admission
as.States into the Lnipnj fourth,
!i 'bill ''ftimroriWatinir moiie'v .'for
the1 ' rJpro venieht ;of J the Missis-
si ppi river. There will uhdoubt-.
cdly be other measure's of inipdr-
tance to - act ' on. - Unless tne
Democratic party wishes to' dis
appoint the people generally, it
will hardly: 'neglect these' maty
ters of business fpr ' other sul
jects.: . r"
The House debate-pn tne re
funding bill fwill probably close
on to-morrow, and a ypte be ta
ken then or on Monday". c;; "
; Conimon' expectatioiv is ; that
f ho;VVrsrt.-l hill nthrirl7:i110i"Jl lonf
time bond at three per1 ceht.'jfora
sufficient amount t; retire1 the
five and six ' per cent? "bonds;,
payable next year will pass. ;The
saying to' the government in in
terest, after the refunding is com
pleted,5 ; will be over $li2,0p0,000
peryear: : : As the refunding will
probably be limited J.by faw:' ag
to expense,;there is reason to be
lieve that Secretary , Sherman's
successor will ' be u nabl e to ' en
rich a whole, syndicate ot hank-'
W." A.i.GilL Jr, & Co.,
'Su&sors to G00D1VII & CHI,
i : ;. West Side' Public Square '-
,m. a.-.' ii ill
-1 Mooreheod Blocks !,.,,
' ' Fayetteville Tennessee
;T77'ILL be found'a clioiceand weU se
i f'.t li: ' '- .1 l
f. T f ' lected stock
'r. -XlirirrKrwrf; 'JO i-olA .VH1
. j Ah PEnrUMERT, 'f i
-'-.-a: utei - Toilet ArmctEs!
Paints Dies; '.
i 1 . Books,.
. -A-rnrrl l . ro 'itiiV : l- VllOlU:,
't .': TrVrtXrVTSS- !j P';;'li'iJ V"
and etery'bing'usuaDr Kent fna Drug n'nA
cStatlonry House.5; V have7, juei received
'a largeatock.of j)-;; i .-'j Oil' i
l-in i, 7is j-.u ua v.iti ii'jui''
KS-PE. W. C. BKIGliT, .who b8
his otBce.with us, will be our prescriptidnis't,
and all: prescriptions 'will 'be2 filled with
care and dispatch. - We respectfully! solicit
a liberal share of public patronage.
'; jaa ,'eO-fcf I' W; Al OILU JB, & CO1.
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f'r.:ii !? 1 ;..'i!ttr.'tn Oil.' ;, '.. v. vv.
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j iUSCAT-DIEMERSVLDiSTAXm '
I j f "Has just reooivod and k reviving an entire new stock of
f pnuas : CHimcAi pat:i
OIL, TOBACCO, CIGARS, SNUFF, COAL OIL,
TOILET ARTICLES; LAKDRETII'S
'i -- - GrARDE SEEDS ! - '
Pare lFines and liquors
-And la fact everything usually. kepi 4j
J;l.'. ' v r t r .
; JP re scrip l i on 9 Carefully
, ein be foand at the store day or night?
ers and personal friends by the
One appropriation bill passed
the House yesterday that for
fortifications. It appropriates a
little ovrHialf a million. Kep
rcsentatiye J ohnston, of Virgin
ia, eritleav)rcd" to secure an a
meiuhnVut increasing the amount
but alter' a ' strong speech b
Speaker-liantla I i,- who took the
floor, . tlie biU.wa, passed as- re
ported The-pensioii bill, which
appropViales about fifty' millions
for the ncxtJiscaL. year, will be
next couyitjered. , aj'p opposiiion
is expVcteti' to. any, of jthe, ap
propriaUu .'ball's, so far roportetl.
. ' In fhc'jenanQthing, pf a
partisiui ehriicter has. .been dis
cussed, unless' thg, lull to permit
the reappointment fi Fitz John
Poller tjo" the arroy . ipay be Oso
conside'retl.' . It was pugged by a
party "vote oh .Tuesday, ., and au
thorizes u',the appoiiitnient , of
Porter as a 'colonel in thQ,afniy
That .was the rank he hefd wlien
dismissed, thbtlgji. he .was then a
Major Oenei-al, of ..Yolunteers.
ITie House..will;prob-4bly . pass
the 'bill, and ' Mri Hayes will
mal,3 tho.nppointmett. . .
'ui.V.f'iJ 'is.Mi "'lMcJvat. r
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i ,,'. Off.fpx Tezas.:.c-H!
About one hundred persons
took tli evenihg'- train at -Pulas-ki.last
Tuesday for Texas. Most
of them! were t from Ithe souths
west portion irfV Lincoln a few
were from Giles. The immigra-
tion rtiovement iwunng into the
Lone Star Sfatd is immense.' o.'r
A Good SemiMonthly Paper Free
. to 0BSERVEE Subscribers. i
; "We have made rfnge'rants
to : present, j ,free,.to, , every, i ad
vancerpay ing1.. Subscriber to the
Observer for one yCar, : i .
;, THE E6m$Tj&&!Z
Jah. exicpllent illustrated, semi-
monthlv naner'nrinted in Louis-
A LX 1111 1 T I ' t. f v i
lected it, because ofUts , mcnts;
and,, because .its pub hsliew iare
tysponsible ruen who will-fill or
ders 'faithfully.' EVcrV'subscri
ber to the- Observek who paj's
an arrearges, iiuu 9 ivi vuv j cui
in', advance yiihiii .rpasonable.
ti meri 11 i-ecci vo the liorae i and
Farm-free otatgcuL en ! i
; This is an mtisuafc. opportuni
ty! and will . remain i open only ia
ti 1 i
DR. C. A. DEMEE,'
Faycttcville; ' Tcnn.,
'J,ir.irri aid ';o r...uun.f.:o
Wholesale and 'Itfctaflf iia '
rvy.'f ' .C-. . o j s I at
dealer .in-. '
'.PljRE DRUGS AXB.MEBi-
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:;;jAmE oil;; ;i;i;n
1 . MFor!MeuicaVtiVrposesl1. U-
Hi 3 -r.y ;: Jft't- M.ii1-; ii-.il
mniie Ly rnysi laud well selected stock
of 4L usuajl y kept in a Daco Stobe.
Prompt and careful attention given to Pre
scriptions and ail calls in the Practice of,
Medicine. 'Jl " ' " '
Bfit (.-i:rijA i--'...!.'- ji
, feb-h.79 - . t, . , , ,i 'i, ,
fori Medicinal Purposes.
a Drug Store, all of, which wCt be sold
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m Kami Tfi 5 iP'B -
Compounded Day or JVight
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DRY GOODS AND JiQTlOriS.
T. C. GOODRICH & CO.,
Under Erfjht Hall,
Desire o call Siecial Attenlioo lo iheir
Just received, which we bought at bottom
, prices. : Our stock of ; ; '
Dry Goods, Boots Shoes & Clothing
Comprises the FINEST a 8'ortment erer
brought to this market. We pa j fyc
eial altention to our Notion De--:
partment, where we carr
a large and veil assorted
sti ck, so each and all .
cau be pleased in
! every respect.
Remember, too, we keep Dr. Warner'a cel
ebrated Health Corset.
' Our Groceries!
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Consisting of the best quality of augar, cof
fee, spice, ginger, soda, soaps, et? will be
sold cheaper than Vie cheapest. We will
sell our ladies and gents hats at prices nev
er before o ire red to the market. We have
niado up our minds that no man can or shall
sell goods at the reduced rates that we pro
pose. " ' . ' ' " , . '
Call Early and Secure Bargains!
Many thanks for, former patronage and
a- cordial invitation for continuance of
same. T. C. GOOCIUCH & CO.
; ,sept23, 1880. t, :,r ; . .- y
If you wish to your Gootls
Cheap go to this housey and yd u
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Kill buy1 1 them; CCrt'and'f
t ol i
n "We can't sel goods on a crcd-
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it and sell them as cheap, nor hoi
one else can do so. ?
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ANfi CKAI.EM IS
Clocks,, a -fijii
Jcivclry, ; , ' ; ;
Slisp at Blale MhiTt Hardware Store,
" , ; , jFayetteVillc, Tenn. ' '
All work done promptly aiid ''
CASH PAIDFOR OLDGOLDd: SILVER
' noy. 22-j ;., - i 1
; HOLHIiN & i WOODS, :
, ,. i".- f ' .;i
i . ;rii!!-"-
! iifif: iiri.;
AND ALL KINDS COUNTRY PRODUCE
' ,s.j' v.:;uin vili HVi'dA
I . College Street, ... . -.
,JL?nyetteville9' rOTenn ;
; )in. 80-tf . . - ' '.j-.,-.,.;-; i
We wanl a limited numrrct of aclive, en-
; i tt .
ergelic. tanvassers to engage in a pleasant
. .. it v; i l r... I I
ana proniaDie ivuBiuvt)., jjoou ue miui
tms a rare cnanca ......
I f . iiti ',"
f- OUVIA WIS IMCrtc pwb.'-i till, nuicj liav.
merit by letter eneloin Stamp for reply,
stating what Ibey hart been engaged -in.
None but those who tneaa Jbusiccss need
ii.. lau i . nun mi a w.. -
: Atlanta. Uai
Ik; Halbitrt E. Piw. '
Late Commissioner o JPalcn ts. i ;
PAINE, OlSAFTOJr & LADI),'
A itotneyt-at-Laio tndSolicilors of A wer
ica and Toreigii Patents. . ; ; .
412 Firrk Stmkt. , , . ;) WasniwoTow, P,
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Practice patent law iii an its. branches in
phlet sent (re on receipt of stamp for post- J
we. i - ' - septZ-U-
INSOLVENT NOTICE. '1'
. .... (,,'!. ,
TJUKStfAKT io an order of the Clerk of
X- the County Court of Lincoln couaty
Tenn., upon the suggestion of the adminis
trator of the estate of : , .. ,,j ... .. ,
' , , ' A. S. Fulton, deceased, .:
of the insolvency of said decedent's estate,
notice is hereby given to all persons baving
claims against said estate to present them
to the Clerk of said Loart, authenticated,
on or beiore'nioy O, isl, lor. pro
rata distribution, or they will be forever
barred. - s ; : ' ' J. M. WILSON, Adm.
dec 9 ... . -.:,.! v .;i -
JTT T) A rTTQ Newspaper Ad vor
,11, DiUXjOtisingAgenMl Park
Bow, (Time9 Building), 5e Vork, is au
thoriied to' contract for advertisements ia
the Ossekvtb, at our best rate
the Patent OiBce, and in the Supreme and j Cigars, Oysters, Sardines, and other arti
Circuit Court of the United States Tarn- cIcs usually kept in houses of this class.
The Old Celebrated
Stoves of Any Pattern
v . FuraMetl to Snit Pircksen. i
COAL OIL AND LAMPS,
' Kitchen Furniture and Pumps,
. REPAIRS 70a OLD STOVES,; ,
Jobbing a Specialty,
' THOS. J, McGABVEY, .
GROCERIES' CON'FECTIQNER'ES, ETC.
B. Bfl Hatcher, jr.; & Co.,
Staple and l ancy;
: tl t.i
wmfeell as' Low ' ! ,
as the Lowest!
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All Articles Guaranteed
To be as Heprepentcd. , .
' Call and Price our Goods.
june24-tf . ..
. - West Side Square
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JTEErS on hand a full supply of
Canned Gopds, Tropical Fruits, ; ;
0RAGES, LE3I0?lS, FIGS,&C.
iii . r'! . -
Th e Bak in'gD e pairtm e n! is Complsfe
And Fresh Broad Tea and Orna-
- a f ir v .
stantly on Hand.
'J AJso.Tobacco.Cisrars, SnufT.
Home Fruits and Toys In Abun
CALL AND SEE ME !
Orders for: pJarlies and waddings solicifed
Satisfaction ; Guaranteed ! ;
i, jan lKf
Kcrfl-West Cornet f the Square.
IJnder tfracle Palace.;
u. I. i
fjf A3 bought the interest of J. C. Rright
JLJL; la the firm of Bright" & Daniel, and
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.Stokt B. LaboI1'1 con,"1 Ibe business at the, same
stand, with a choice assortment of
!j8taplc and Fancy
consisting of Coffee, Sugar, Teas. Flour,
ileal, Landies of all kinds, Domestic and
imponea xruits, iNuls, lckles, Tobacco,
7 seeping ood articles at reasonable
n,r" - Ts courrrous ireaunen 10 cusio-
loera, no nopes w receive a iioerai irsne,
LL parties desiring Divorces can ob-
taimtlicm for 'the fcmaH sum of five
cents each by calling at my office, whfre
at the same (inie, Tree of charge, they rn
tak a look at the tnbn in the moon. My
cat yet liveth. Yank handles the man in
the moon. nd I run the eat.
augliMf C.C. JAMES.
Ensincss Men, Ph-asnrj Seekirrs,
whatever point you are joiog,
HashviHe, Cfiattanoaga & SI; Louis
Is Your Best Route!
BUSINESS men and pleasure-seekers,
ih s route DflVrs ym good time good
i.v..(iiiiiiiu3 siiu accommodations,
j Hound-trip 'I Ukefs ran be purchased at
j principal ollkes l all ihe proiaiuent Springs
' and SuuinuT rcstnta both in North-west
, and South-east. ,.
rins w your Beat, Shortest and Quickest
Route by which o reach Memphis, St. Lobh
and cities of the Nirth-wet.
Eiuigs a nt h ixli in s 0 go to 1 lie grea t?outh-
wtst yon are oFered better Time and Con
i eclion by this route than by anv other
Lve NashTiHe . .lU:lo a. ni. 3:15 p.m."
do MurrreesLoro.il 27 do 9 40 da
uo irirace....iL':L"Jn.m. 10.50 dr,
do Tnllalicnia . . ,
do Cowan. .....
do Bridgeport . . ,
1:13 do 12:20 do
'1:45 do 11:35 do- ' '
20 do 12:10 do
3:15 do 1:30 a. m. '
3:37 da 2.X do
5.10 do 3:30 do
10:55 ' do 1.00 p. m
5:10 p. m. 6:00 a. nu 5
10:10 do 11:50 do
' Ar've Chattanooga.
Lve Nashville ...
Ar've McKenzic . . .
do UnionCity. . . . 4:30 a. m. 6:55 do
- do Memphis 5:00 p.m. 5:10 a.m.
do St. Louis 6:25 do 6:15 do
For full information of Bates anI
Time Table, call on or address
General Tassenger and Ticket Agent,
J.W. Thomas, Gen. Sept.
HAVIXO recently purchased ths pop
ular Mills (long known a tho Mar
kum Mills) we are nw putting them in first ;
class order, and wi:.h superior machinery,
which is equal to any in the State, wa can
prt'Uiiae , , , . ; -
' j '.'"'i ' ' . ' Ut-' '
: ; or other Milling Products" a
; equal to any in Quality snd ouaititr.
SftHciiin a liberal patronage, we promise aa,
j untiring effort to give satinfuclioa. ''J
To farmers and all others, we effor "
;;CusforaGfifi(ling.!&ei Day i;
and ak them to gire us alrial, assured,, a
we are, that they will be pleased with, out
way of doing business. t . i V'
; BEARDE3 & TllOMAS.
P. S. Mat. Bearden may always be 1
found at the Mills, and will give ordars his '
personal attention. " , aug. 15o-tf. '
ASD VAIVrACTOEr OF
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moldings,
I have lately ' increased my ' Power and. .
am doing .
pressing; Jluch Clicaperl
: ' : -
My Saw Mill is irt the country, and lean
fill orders at short notico and cheaper than
I htve ever sold Lumber. -1 will sell
. . ' . .
in lots of 500 feet or more; stnalTand choice
" " lots hipher.'
W. E. TCBLISY, rayetteville, Teoa.
. april 18. 1
Fatettelle, Tenkessee ' '
Carpenter and Builder,
WOULDTesjwclfiilly inform parties eon
. iemplatin; bnildinr. that he will ereo
any style of dwelling or other building, as '
cheap as asy one, for cash and on tima. 1
Orders lled in town-er country. : "
Satisfaction Giiaranteei J
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Orders may be left at the Ootibvm efflce.
1 ) L'efers to J. J. Lumpkin, F. W. Carter,'
W. A. Mile's, J- B. Wilwn, N. O. Wallace, .
and others for whom he has worked.
! .V.' , .: V .7' : 1 . 1 v.'
CIPITiL stock; : mook-
Does General Banking Eusinaat,,
II.' C. WniTAKM, ' J. T7. Hoiwr
W. W. Ji jhw, . w. W. Wilson '
- 'J ' D. W.Holmak. ,'.
.' M. !). CA3IPT0.V, Cashier. ' ' .
julyl7 D. W. HOLM!. Tres't
First National Bank) 1
. 'Fayctievillcy Tennessee,
C.'B. McOUIRB, Wl!. BONNER. J
JAS. 0. W00D& v5T. N. WHIGHT.
JNO. C. GOODRICH. 020. W. UOkOAH
JS. D. TILLMAN.
J. B. JTKKNEY. Cashier.
J. O. Woods, President.
Wx. Bovxkk, Jb Yiee-Prss'klent.
R- P. Feeney & Sons, ;
PL A3 TEJIEBS,
ABK prepared to fill orders anywhere hi
Lincoln county, promptly. in li best
style, and at reasonable prices, for ,
Lathing, Plastering in lime or. '
cement, etc., . " .
in nouses or cisterns. i :
1... I.in. rf m I ! ii r? . J... u. L
nfcoded, without delay. . : , .!
Order respectfully solicited, and satiV
For eale at tho
f Obsestes Opyinc
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