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linrstla v,Docrmbi:r 23. 1 SSO.
A Household Newl.
Blake & Sou are 'oflcring their
fctoek of hardware at reduced
prices for cash.
Xassaucr&ilipsh are offering
cliap Christmas presents that
VAllV ri!.n,l.. t 1 ' I .
i i jinjuua tun Keep a me ume.
There will be a Christmas tree
t Bright Hall Friday night un
der the auspices of a competent
Rev. Wm. Huff, of the Bap
tist church, Mill preach at the
court-house next Sunday morn
ing nnd night.
Office hours at the telegraph
office on Christinas and .New
Year's days will be from 8 to
10 a. m. an 4 to 6 p. m.
A hog shipped - from Peters
burg to Columbia a few days
ngo weighed .750 lbs. This is
the heaviest of which we have
Jas. Ridge's Christinas beef, a,
heifer two years old and weigh
ing 1,140 pounds, was exhibited
on the square Tuesday. It was
fattened by F. 3d, Kelso.
An order for new goods was
Btartcd bv mail to 2ev York
city, on Tuesday morning, of last
weck,and Saturday evening they
were hi, the Trade Palace, in
this -place, i Tins is the quickest
time on record.
In Countv Court, the KithlTV.
JV Hamilton qualified as admin
istrator of Tcler Hamilton, dec.
And ,A. A s'lliit miJifiAfl n imnr.
diaii orXannie D. Ashby, minor
.jieir oi y lunmi snoy, aec.
Our carriers will be around
'Christmas day with their greet
ings. They have served ypu
faithfully-during the? past i year
i through foul as well as fair
weather, and we "hope you will
.show that you esteem their la-
bors by giving them a handsome
t testimonial. , . .
llen ry McDonald, col.,wa3 ar-
iragiicdikefbre tlie Recorder last
.Sunday for running horses on
the higlrways and disturbing the
public peace. He was lined
$2y5Q and costs in each caso.
.Mingo Hickman,charged with
namo oOensfts, continued his ca
uses. rl TVif f"" fp . will nAf 1 -
sued next week. It is a custom
with the best establishments of
the country to suspend during
the Christmas holidays, to give
employees a needed "rest and to
prepare for entering upon the
duties of the new year. The Ob
server approves the custom,
i and, therefore, as stated will not
; appear until January. Cth.
Mrl "W." R. Hardison, of Giles
, county, 6taycd in Fayetteville
! last Friday night with a man
in charge named Pendegrass,
who is wanted in Pulaski for
horse stealing. . , lie was cap
. tured in Franklin county, "six-
, vvv.. - . ... "J
mountains. hue eating dm
ncr at jJccherd lie called lor a
, cup of hot coffee; on receiving it
he dashed it in liardisoivs lace
and fled, but was recaptured af
ter an hour s chase. .
Our Molino correspondent
r. : .1 .... :iL
lent letter this week. We would
like to secure correspondent in
. every part of the county. There
is latent talent all ' oyer this
county, aiid all that is nccded is
something to awake it from its
Rip Van iWinkleilcep Suppose
you arise lrom your lethargy ana
begin next year toy giving us tne
news items from your neighbor
hood, -consisting of marriages",
deaths, crop prospects,- runa-
j ways, nreH, 2 iiodds,? accidents,
- personals, etc. ; - .?
The following are the ship
ments from thel ayetteville mar
ket by rail for the past week;
Tuesday,14.-15 bale cotton,
2 barrels tallow,' 1 organ, 8 box
es tobacco. - t ' r
Wednesday 15thcars bulk
TliursdayrlGth.T23 bAles cot
ton, 2'kcgs native vine, 1 car
bulk corn, 2 bales yam, 13 sacks
bran, 100 i-sacJis Jlour, 23 sacks
meal, 20 Stacks flour. -
Fridat,17thT packages of
rag?, 37 bales soiioii, .2 boxes
jean, l'car -caUle, 47 Acad, by
llairston & Bro. - ' v -
Saturday, 18rh.-G0 balei fbt
ton, 2 barrels "whiskey; 3 bales
jrarn. - ' ' , . , , .,v
Monday; 20th. U txiles cot-
ton,2SS J-sacks CourjoSfil-eacks
Jo 2 bales yarny 7 barreU green
apples. .'!' :.7iX " 1
lceyQ bales. cottonr14-.;-sacks
flour, 232i-eacks do, 210 sacks
corn. " j -
Bring along , the lovely babe
and secure the ' shadow ere the
substance fade. Shull beats the
world in making pretty -pictures
of babies.?; ' ' '
Real Estate Transfers.
The following transfers o( real
estate have been made since our
last report: . -, ''
J.R.Gillespic and wife to Jas.
Smith,-interest "in .-10 acres in
12th dis, G0. '
J. G. Woods to J. C. Leather
wood and wife, 30 acres iu 21st
X. S. B. Rives to H.P.George,
104 poles in Cth dis. $20.
H . C. Sharp to Jas. M. and
Robt. D. Bag ley, 153 acres in
Cth dis. $100.
C. II. Kellcy to Chas. Kelley,
40 acres in 24th dis, 90.
L. L. C. Iseece and wife to
John Good and sons, 47 acres
in 1st dis, $812.
Martha C. Hodge to John
Good and sons, 73 acres in 1st
John Coston to J. T. Pollard,
801 acres in 24th dis, $1,000.
John Coston to L. J. Barn
wcll,51 acres in 24th dis,$100.
John Co6ton to John Sewell,
302 acres in 24th dis, $G50.
John Coston to J. F. Coston,
63 acres in 24th dis, $126.
J ohn Coston to M. S. Murphy,
101 acres in 24th dis, $202.
T. J. Pollard to J. L. Burson
and wife, 200 acres in 24th dis,
C. G., P. T. and W. C. Colli
cott to AV hi taker Bros., 2 acres
in 6th dis, $1,000.
J. R. Abernathy and wife to
W R. Faulkenberrv. 80i acres
in 18th dis, $400. ; -i
Shot While Resisting Arrest.
Last Friday the U8iiallT quiet
C(... , tl 1
with excitement. German Por
to r. colored, about 30 years of
age, has the character of being
a. turbulent, irascible, impudent
person. The public peace being
disturbed by one of his out
bursts, Mr. Bingham was detail
ed by the projer authorities to
arrest him, the regular police,
Mr. Jetton, being absent. Por
ter resisted arrest, showed fight
and defied all who might came
against him. At this time he
was shot three times, and it was
thought killed. Mr. Jetton come
up about tluV time, and as he
approached Porter sprang to
his feet, picked up rocks and
hurled them with vigor. He was
then shot again. His recovery
is considered doubtful.
Dr. L. Lapire
Will remain at the Pettey House,
Fayetteville, until January 3rd,
1881. I Persons afflicted and in
terested would do well to call
and be "referred to many -that
have recovered from long stand
ing and extreme chronic difficul
ties. ; The Doctor, is actually
proving his ability to cure here,
as he was represented to do be
fore he camc,as the many speedy
recoveries will attest.
If you want something really
nice, go to Pettey's Book Store
and you will find a great many
nice things. They always have
something nice. Go and see.
"Wait for the Wagon and We
Will all Take a Ride."
Wait for Murray's new stock
of goods and you can then take
a long ride.
Wait before buying until you
sec Murray's five and ten cent
counters more useful things for
the money than you ever saw
in your life.
AVait until you compare price
and quality with Murray's im
mense stock of boots and shoes,
manufactured by the Bay State
Shoe & Leather Co., standard
screwcd,every pair warranted at
as low prices as you can buy
shoddy goods at other places.
Wait for the. wagon and ride
homo with' a suit of Murray's
clothing, which he sells at fabu
lous low. prices. ; . ..T; :;'
Wait and Supply yourself with
ono of Murray's hats, which he
is- celling at from twenty-five
cents to three dollars each, the
cheapest you , probably ever
bought.11 , .' , ,
' .iWait'nnd make a general in
snection of Murray's cloths, cas-
simercs, jeans, linseys, flannels,
ladies' shawls, dry. goods, and
everv thiiifir usually m first class
stores,1 purchased from the best
houses in "New York for cash,
with discounts off, making a nice
profit to commence with.
Ti. lVi nrLl ID all M. nitre.
Whwe tear of the poor are never dried,
Wter pleasures paw iikc nreain on giw,
' lml n!r the rich can ride. . ...
It may be go I cannot know-
Yet thia 1 ar 10 aay,
My lot baa been more sad than (rlad,
yt Murray expecia 10 not oiue uj.
Tt vou want some of the best
Ready-made Clothing in the
market at tne lowest prices go
totho " Farmers Store.
If you want bargains in La-;
dies',! Misses' : and Children s
4hocs go to the
H armers ctore. ;
Yl Booming. .
;ilain or shine Shull's' Gallery
is booming with work.
BARGAINS at Xaylor &
Son's in HosiertUxdekweaii,
etc. IVsg stock jnst opened.
If you want bargains in Men's
boots and Shoes go to the
OUR NATAL DAY.
31st Year of the OBSERVER'S Ex-
An indulgent public allows an
individual or company after they
have made a success of a busi
ness venture to indulge in a lit
. On the 15th inst. the Obser
ver entered upon the 31st year
of its existence. Ihe present
editor and proprietor has been
connected with it since its initial
number; and every issue since
has been under his personal su
pervision a longer continuous
service, we believe, than can be
shown by any other member of
the Tennessee press.
- Our town and county are grow
ing in population and wealth
their genial clime and fertile soil
a ill continue to attract emi
grants. They -cannot be at a
stand still. Their movements
arc progressive. ' They have
made wonderful strides in the
past decade, and will do better
in years to come. The Fay
ettevillk Observer will keep
pace with tins times and endeav
or to make itself worthy of be
ing classed , among its valued
industries. We will continue
to advocate, every enterprise that
may add to the good of the peo
ple. Our past has been success
ful, the present satisfactory, and
the future promising. In cir
culation, it has few if any equals
among the country press of the
State. As in the past, so in the
future shall it be our aim to make
the paper one that should find
its ' way regularly into every
household' in the county. The
weekly newspaper of the pres
ent day should, we think, con
tain' not only the carefully com
piled news of the week, but it
should furnish useful informa
tion to the farmer, the mechanic,
and the. household. It should
not forget the old nor neglect the
young in the homes of its rea
ders, nor should it contain any
thing in editorial or advertising
columns that could be properly
construed as offensive to ood
taste or pure morals. Realizing
these responsibilities and . ho
ping faithfully to discharge them,
we expect to merit and hope to
receive a continuance of the
generous patronage heretofore
accorded to the. old Fayette
Lincoln County Prosperous.
Not since the . county was
flooded with greenbacks just af
ter the war, has there been such
an indication jof financial pros-j
pcrity for Lincoln county as at
present. Indeed, he must be a
chronic grunmbler from nature,
who will cry out hard times now,
when almost anything produced
On the farm from a dozen eggs
to a first-class mule is command
ing prices never realized before,
and scarcely realized since the
war. Take any article you will,
whether for home consumption
or export, and compare prices
and we are compelled to admit
that an era of prosperity, for if
not already upon us, is in the
And now, while everything is
lovely, money is plentiful and
the "goose bangs high," let us
look to home comforts; prepare
to keep warm during the cold
winter, and 6pply ourselves
with all the necessaries of life,
including, always, a supply of
"Isaac's" choice coffee, kept on
ly by Lumpkin, and observe
the following six rules, avail
ourselves of the advantages pro
posed in them, and be happy:
1st That my stock is ono of
the largest and most varied in
, t . .
the county, .j . ,
2nd. That I come nearer
keeping everything , called for.
3rd. That I sell thoDcst goods
the Eastern markets afford, and
in many instances for less mon
ey than shoddy goods are sold
4th. T keep the largest 6tock
of Custom Boots and Shoes, and
i warrant every 'pair of them.
Cth. That I can fit the largest
man or the smallest boy from
' : . .- i
head to foot, and that my stock
of Clothing is superior to many
and inferior to none. '
6th. That no man can or sliaU
sell goods for lower prices than
J. A. Lumpkin. '
Go to Xaylor & Son's 1 for
Plaid Calicoes. Jb resh hue
just received. i
New DnEf8 Goods at Xay
lor & Son's, call and examine
them. '. v, , . .
for. , ' ; X?
Dedication of ProsperityChnch.Ser
iacn by Rev. A. S. lcan Mar
riage BellsPersciials and
December 17lh, 1880.
Ed. Observe The weather
is mild and lovely and we are
having a resume of the agreea
ble climate for which the valley
of the Tennessee is so remarka
ble. The make-up of one fall
and winter here, although some
what various, is generalljr the
loveliest season of the year.
Last Sunday we attended the
dedication services at the new
Prosperity church, erected, re
cently' on the. site of the old
building, which - was destroyed
by fire nearly a year ago. Ser
vices were conducted and the
sermon preached by Rev. A. S.
Sloan, pastor of Xe wllope. The
new edifice is commodious, and
though plain, is a . handsome
frame structure, modern in de
sign and a great improvement
in every respect on the old
building. There is an air of
neatness and propriety about the
whole edifice that is eminently
pleasing, and the finish shows
superior skill in the workmen
who completed . the job. 1 he
dedication sermon was such as
one would expect from a divine
of Mr. S's character, and was
highly edifying,entertaining and
eloquent. But we cannot with-.
hold the opinion, that if the Rev.
Doctor would throw away his
paper wings and talk directly
and earnestly to his hearers the
effect would be better, and the
interest more fully sustained.
Although the weather was quite
unfavorable, there was present a
very respectable congregation.
and the house was well filled.
We would remark in passing,
that we have seldom, if ever, ob
served in a coimtry congrega
tion, a larger per cent, of gen
teel, and apparently cultured la
dies than we met here.;
In our village, for the past
week, serenades, music, singing,
dancing and diversions general
ly have been the order of the
evening. Much good cheer,and
many social greetings and ex
changes fiave passed the rounds
and - none of us feel any the
poorer or the worse for them..
Mr. Wesley. Watson has, re
moved toMr.Leatherwood's farm
on Cold Water, where he has,we
understand, rented :! for three
; Mr. Pat. J. Green, has removr
cd to Camargo where he will be
gin a school on the first Mon
day in Janutuy. ' . !,fM r..
' Mr. Wm. Wyatt, an. old rand
highly respectable citizen of Lin
coln county ,died at his residence
in the 13th district. Ho filled
during his life several responsi
ble stations in society, and his
loss will be deeply regretted by a
large circle pf friends. He was
a true patriot, good , neighbor,
kind friend and father, and a
man of eminently religious in
stincts. Our being a stranger
precludes any very lengthy no
tice of the deceased.
Dr. J. M. Stewart and R. B.
Pitts started "Wednesday, for
Missouri,where the former thinks
of locating, and the latter goes
to attend the sale pf some lands
in which he is interested.
Tuesday night Mr. Calvin
Dale took a helpmate, in person
of: Miss Letitia Fife, of Camar
go. Bully for' Calvin I Since he
has made, up his mind to shuffle
off the mortarcoil of bachelor
hood, he looks ten feet high and
feels his manhood all over. But
it is enough to 6tir the vitality of
a boa constrictor to be warmed
up by the loving embraces of a
Camargo lass; and if the Molino
boys don't want to go into mat
rimony unprepared, we would
advise them to give Camargo a
: On dit that B. B. Bryan, Esq.,
is about to wheel into line with
Mrs. Smith for the rest of the
journey. Smooth grade, a little
down hill but no breakers.
.With a careful engineer there
will be no danger. Tvro. '
Lookout for Oar Mammoth Stock
'.- : ; ' " of Holiday Goods
.:. , Which we will open about the
18th inst. It consists of gift
books and fancy stationery, card
cases, vases, toilet sets, dolls of
any description, boys', wagons,
hobby . horses, rocking' seats,
photograph and autograph . al
bums, china and tin toys, and
other articles' too numerous to
Our stock of drugs and sta
tionery is full and complete.
Call and examine our stock be
W. A. Gill. Jr.. & Co.
at Elk Eiver Woolen Mills Store.
bush. Dried Peas.
lbs. Dried Fruit.
lbs. Bacon. .. .'
and butter and egirs.
For which the highest market
prices will be paid in exchange.
Best Clothliiff aud Card Maker.
Beautiful RUBBER' STAMP of jour
nam, bottle indelible ink, pads, box and
60 fancy riaitffig curds, all pre-paid. Bent
onreceiptof00ce.il. JOHN BliUXO, .
dec23.lt " CalUlin, Tenn.
Sir. A. H. Turner, of Hunts
ville, is in town.
Dr. M. II. Bonner, is in Xash
ville, quite sick.
Miss Lizzie Havnes is visiting
friends at Decherd. -
Dr. W. J. Miller is visiting
his father at Fosterville.
Miss Lillie Webb is
friends in Shclbyville.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. M. Davis
arrived on Monday's train.
Miss Maria Blakemore is vis
iting friends in Iluntsville, Ala.,
. Mrs. Rice, of Florence, Ala.,
is visiting her daughter Mrs. Dr.
C. C. McKinney, Esq., re
turned irom AV est lennessee on
Monday last. '
Mr. Kich. Cashion, of this vi
cinity, left a few days ago for
Mr. T. D. Hill, of Mulberry,
leaves next Tuesday for Georgia
on business. , ;
Miss Lonella Ward, of Sum
ner county, is the guest of Miss
Mr. and Mi's. Maney Laird, of
Cowan, are visiting friends in
Mr. It. F. Gattis, of Mulber
ry, was in HuntsVillo several
days last week. ...
Thos. M. Rodes, of Murfrecs
boro, spent several days in Fay
etteville last week.
Mr. Frank Rutledgc is with
Bryson & Lauderdale, not Reiv
egar as we published last week.
Col. and Mrs. Jas. B. Lamb
and daughter, Miss Fannie Xeil,
returned last Thursday from
Mr. Thos. B. Ycates, a former
citizen of Mulberry, but now of
Texas, is visiting his old home
and friends of the county. : -'
Mr. Chap. Russell and bride,
nee Martin.came over from Shel
by ville Thursday, and was gn en
a reception 'by his sister Mrs. A.
J. Alford. ' '' :;- 'J!v;;
. Our young friend, Hortoii C.
Lamb, one of J.' A. Lumpkin's
popular clerks, has bought the
interest of Mr. R. II. Ogilvic in
the hardware firm of Ogilve &
Benedict. May success attend
the new firm. ' .
To the Farmers of Lincoln and
Adjoining Counties. ;"
Having studied well the inter
ests and wants of the men, with
whom we arc daily throwri.Tn
contact and with whom we deal
almost exclusively, we feel "war
ranted in saying 'to you, that we
areiiow, and jvill continue in the
future',' to be pix'phred to furiiish
anything in the Hardware line,
since our stock this Fall is lar
ger and more complete than it
has ever been.' We are carry
ing a large stock of cut nails,
horse and mule shoes,' plows,
traces, collars and hames, wood
en and hollow-ware, spring arid
farm wagon material, axes,ixck
et and table cutlery. Those
wishing Queenswarc will find it
to their interest to. examine bur
stock, which ist very large and
well assorted, and we propose
to sell it as cheap, if not cheap
er, than you can buy it. else
where. Ave desire to call spe
cial attention to tho best and
only warranted axe in your mar-1
ket, the Keen Kutter, and to
the Kock Island Chil led Plow, j
equal to any ichilled plow made
or money refunded.
li. 11. OOILVIE :& Co. -
Has just opened one of the lar
gest and handsomest 6tocks of
quadruple silver ware and 3 fine
jewelry ever opened in Fayette
ville, all of latest patterns, which
will be sold at manufacturers"
catalogue prices. It consists of
watches, rings, bracelets, lock
ets, chains, vases, fruit stands,
card receptacles, knives, forks,
spoons, casters, and many other
articles, al warranted as repre
sented and sold at low figures
A cordial invitation is extended
to the people of Lincoln county
to call and examine the stock.
Also, a large lot of clocks of .va
rious designs. dec.lG-tf
.. M You Bet .
That Heymann & Hill's, is the
place. to buy your . m . .;. ;
: , t Holiday Presents 1 . , ( , i
Just received , a new and com
pletc assortment of the latest
styles Jewelry, Silver Ware,
Clocks, etc. bee their goods and
prices ociorc you duv. ...
goods warranted as represented.
Dec. lb, 1820. . .
If yoii want bargains in La
dies' Shawls, Dress. Goods,Ham:
burg Edgings, Insertions, Trim
ming Silks and Iluchirigs go to
Xaylor & Son have a large
stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats
-w-. sr f 1
AND HEADY-MADE lLOTHLNO.
They arc offering great induce
ments, uive them a call.
"A Thing of Beauty is a Joy
If you want a splendid like
ness, beautifully finished in the
latest styie, can on .xaie. cmun
and you will get it at a low price.
If you want bargains in Boys
d Youth' Boots and Shoes
rrrt in iliA
In the Meliiodifct church, in Pulaski,
Wednesdnr, 15th rust., bv Key. Dr. Lefl
wicJu Mr. E. M. M IE II HILL, of Jlillville,
Lincoln couufj, and MisSALLIE EZEL,
Attendants: Mr. Ed. Martin with M!s
Willie McXairy, Mr. S. H. Stevensosi with
Miss Jennie bherrell, Mr. IJenry King and
Miss Paftie Kiell. Mr. Atha Baush with
M iaa Alice Osborne.
Near Banker Hill, Giles county. Thurs
day, 9th inst., at the residence of Mr. Thi s.
by Rev. John H. Nichols, Mr. KEU
BEN THORNTON, of LincoJa county, and
Miss TOM M IE Z. DAVIS, ofUiIes. '
Attendants: Mr. Thorns Thorntot with
Miss Nettie Smith, Mr. John Smith with
Miss M. I" avis :
In this pltce, at the Cumlierland IVepby-
terun cKurtli, 1 barctlay. lbth inst., bv Hey.
W. H, drove, assisted bv Kev. W. l. J tu
pleton, Mr. F. M. ULEIJSOE. of 1'etershurjr,
and Miss M ABEL BLAKE, daa-httr ef Mr.
lingh M. Blake, of Favetteville. Attend
snts: Mr. J. A. low ell with Miss Laura
Mr. Bledsoe has succeeded in carry inr off
one of Fayetteville a most popular youn
ladies, and we trust the happy raamape
may prove a harbinger or the happy life
that awaits them.
In Mulberry, Monday. 20tu inst- bv Rev.
W.J. Collier, Mr. W. B. ALEXANDER aud
Miss ELLA B. HAGUE.
Licences have been iasued to the follow-
inj parties since our Isst
J W. Moore and Mandy WadkinS.
W. C. Jordan and M. A. Summers. , ,
'John K. Neal and MaUie A. Alsup.
1L B. Uault tad 1 sabeth Aadurson. '
J. C. Moore aud Ava M. Long.
E. C. Morrison and Francis M. Fi's?. 1
ynn i . .i.ww..jiwl'UMiwi'ii3ii.iiii ii wiiirj. ytpw -mwt
At Oak Hill. Monday, 20th inst., f con
sumplion Mr. JOEL L, COLE, sfd M
He was recognised as one of the best
men in that community. He was so ear
nest, efficient member of the Baptist church
one of the warmest working friends ef
Oak hQl InstUuie, and was in every re
spect a food citizen, . :
In (his place, Friday, of meningitis, a son
of Mr. John. Little, .aged U year (j months.
11 Tossum Fire.
Xelson Kimes, cob, .who lives
near Oak Ilill,was unfortunate a
few day ago. lie caught a large
'possum, took it home and put it
in a pot to boil, over .a onsk fire,
arid left. ; ; Soon tlie water boiled
away, the 'possum caught fire,
the . building) followcd,andl the
cabin and contents were burned
up. . lins is tne scconciitime tnis
year that 2s elson has been burnt
Cheap Cash Store.
1 a - 1 - -' . - -
Cannot be Undersold.
If joxl want your mon-i
. sy'a worth go to '
Elk River Woolen Mills '
-.U ut". Store.
1 : '
( dclC2m . :'!'. 'r
j Copying Old Pictures.
If you 1 want your old. pictures
bnlarged in excellent sty 1 Shull
is the man to do it.'- Take them
to him, satisfaction guaranteed,
and no bulldozing' ', 1 1 1 ' t"
If you want to get best prices
for yours .Butter, ;.Egg; -'Bees
Wax, Feathers and all good bar
ter in exchange for, goods o to
tho ' ; Farmers' Store.
-You will find Yarns nnd New
Goods at Elk Eivek Woolen
Mills Stoke. dec9-4t ,
, If you want to see the only
entire new Stock of Goods in
Fayetteville go to the - ;
; . ' ' . . : Farmere Store.
Corrected Weekly by T. J. Grmy. ,
Dacosr none. 1 ?"VT;..IU ' '
Cekt bj quarters, from wsons 3$ i ; ,
nfltEWAX ......... 1 1 . . 1
Bwtti a ,.1218
Chicehxs . j ; 12(8 "
OoBjr, .,. ........f. 40a42J
Cottos active, '
. : gwd ordinary Vi.I.V. '
. low middling... .10 i
' , ' - mlddli ng . ;. . . . ,!. 1 0,4 ! '
J good middling ...... ,..ll'
FXATUBRB. .;...,.., .40
Flour, from store. 33.75
Fkkrh Cidkb, pr fa!.'.. ...ISitf 20
Gbbex Arpias....,...'.;..". .40&b0
Gixskko SI 10
H iDKsgreen I..'....;'.....'..... 8 (g 9
Hokkt.. ........v...;;.;..:.. 8,4
Labo, '7g8 ;
lltiL, from store v, ......... f&CU .
; dry;... ...8313
Potat B rJriBh . '
;:sw. .............. 4c:50
Fobs IIoob, groes '........'.. 33 1 f
: y . ;;.. i. v.. 5iVii5- V'
ronTuT -Turkejs, grs;.wi J..o : 1
Salt, 7 bosh. bbL, froito stortf,'. . . $3 : ! ' '
6;',bnsh.bbL.....,.V. .,.52-60 0
SOBGHTX. ........ ......'.......20(530 ,
Wheat Bra 31 1 . .12 (3 IS
Whbat active and bibber, t '
- . choice '.'.'.'.$1.10(31.15
ovr rrades, nominal..
' The above quotations are tie prices paid
by oir dealeia. ' " 1 "
Bab Ieo .............. .4c.
Kails, retail,. per & .'.....,6c
' keg, per & 4'o
IIobsb Hhoxs, retail, per '.6c
, , kef.perlb., -..5if'5'
Scoa, retail,.'. .S(f 12e
Srux Thiiad.....". 10,llal2c
, ..................... . . . tr-'M v
NaHhTllle. Tenn; ','
BAcoxSides "6. 7
Hhoalders. ............ Romins 1
" . Ilsms Dominal
Cottok Middling .............. 11
Low Middling 10,V
Cork Loose from wagoo,. ..... 4143 .
Sacked in depot..... 52,'
Cabbags pr head,. 14
Dbikd Fbuit Apples 3 j .
reaches qasrters.. 4 .
. ; r ' i ' -' ' halrea.'... 6
Eqos From first bands. 27
packed........ 1. 28 - .
Flouk Fancy. ............... .6.75
Choice Family ......... 6.2i(S$ 50
- i- , : buperune.;
Fkathbb Strictly choic . .
L a rd Fri m e . ........... ,
Oats In depot, ., .........
rouLTTtT--chickens ss to sise
Potatoes pr bbl
o) A m
"WE OFFJEJja TO SEIjL
Wot a Eai'Hl ESosaef
Such as OIL
Jl Great IHany
ral by iPP6Siier
NASSAUER & KLPSH.
And (ho Balance of Mankind.
IT IS NOW SAID that tbe eoantry is
DresDerons aud hsppr, and that tbre is
plenty of Greenbarki and Silrer Bills for all
who will work, in prqcr 19 ao our pun
aad asaka room for new foods, ws will for
THE NEXT THIRTY DAI
Sell Many Goods In Oar Line at
And trm bona sona ta rreet Toa with a
Primnoruna ew Ye AT. and that all who
owe its hr 1879-80 wilt by the first of Jan
uary next, pay, ns the awwunt doe, ss we
ned all the money d as to buy a 'ew
ock. BcspectiuU, i . t
II. M. MiAKE &, SONS.
Fayctteiar Tenn, Dee. 13, lfWO." - ' v
y Harp GYB 3 az ax
; : 1LLUSTKATEI.
Tals papalar periodical U pr-.mley a Joar
sl for lb. bouMbold.-
Kniry Suaibrr fyi-aUh Ike lateat Infomtslioa
i. nril to rataioa la Ur. ami raam.at . Us
acwa.t mmd iuot approrl fatt.ra wkieh or
rrtirtiT. articlM acri4 front tn.ati and erig.
iaai niirwn wWll.lt. t.rt.i I"I A Otat
a Kor.iat at J luueuis Ttfpk siv t arMj ki lit
. HARPER'S PERIODICALS.
rUttFKirs MAG AZISt one Year ' t
IIAKPKB'S WKKKLT. One Tear . "
UAKrKK'9 BAZAR, Oa Tear ..-.. V
Any TUBEKsbTHUltealion. One Tear 10 00
A ay T'A'O a)T. am4, Uae V.ar . . .1
HARPER'S YOU JCU PEOPLE. One Tear. t SO
pouaira fy to all abaf Ibers la Ue United
fctatc aad Caiuuia.
' The volume of Ua Baaar bajflm wlih Ih. Srat
K umber. f Janunir t each year. hen uo lima
U niealioDad. it will ba anrtrniood fh.t II.. ub.
-ribr wnhe. to codmhw with liM N saltier next
aitr Ihe reerlpt l arUer.
l'h. ai Ktewm- Annual Toluioei of Ilarpar't
Baaar ia aaat rUrth biadiar. wilt ba acnt by
mail, pe.tar paid. or by riri. fraa of X(h-bmi
(prvvided tba rrrixbl de not cxt-aod a aoliar
porrolama). for fl 0 each. - '
4 Iota Caaea for aae Tolane.aaitabls for kindinr.
will Im mit by mail. pu.tpaHl.on raeciptol II e a .
RmiUan. bou)i b niatle by PoMi(Hua Aiuu-
Orrferor Kraft, u aOl'l rbUM of Wa.
M-paier are ct to eoar tb:s advertiaamact
witaoa. tba eipra order af Harper a Itrotbara.
Addrew UARt'KR HROTliP-Rrt. Xaw Tart.
A HOUSEHOLD IJEEDi
Baad S-at etsuai for aa 8-iag Book ua
'The Liver, iti Diseases and their
IStXUDISC M ALAKIALTRMVnt.K9. AO.
aUrwi SR. SANFOBD, ' (
(Wfa.4 IM BraaawartnawV.rk.
' M A i futtt frro.
YtAkunlrinwi t a?en'.
A'llr 1'. U. iCik.-
A)tow. paMeca. . P. alowail Co, 10 Spruoa
1 irr!WMlSl cn4 for ear Mct l.lt of lcal
Adverilsement - i
Keeii a UBtiffle !
SXTobb Things !
BeepectruIIj snnoonces toherenstomenand
the general public that she ia
DIRECT FROM THE CITIES,
A Fresh and Elegant Assortment of
Which she will be plessed to show to all
who may favor her with a risit.
The latest styles of
and many other articles of Ladies' Wear
will be found at ber store, in great
variety, and at
Very Reasonable Prices.
Ple&so Oh e Est a 0&11,
South Side of tht r ablio Square,
Como nntl Heo.
ROBERTSOSi, sFFOJIiLD 4 CO.,
HAVE npened a shop on the sooth side
of the Siiire,t wo doors west of Bright
Hall, and are prepared with
Clean Towels, Keen JZazors and
and prompt sttentlon to wai: vpon castoni-
err needing sharing, hsir estiinp, aiiatn
pooniny, etc. Shop open tmrs I o'clock) A
the morning nntil v at bigtu
jnno 29 "
Chi the First Monday in Janua
At the eonrt-honse door In the oww oi
raTetteriNe, I will offer for pwblie ssle tho
real es-ate belwiftinf to deJiwjeeat lea
ps jers for the year 1873, which real es
tate cn be seen uon my bowks in my of
fice. 11EXKY HENDERSON.
On Saturday, the first day of
January, 1S81, . .
I WILL open and hold an election at the
court-house in Ihe town of F.ijeHetille,
Tennessee, for Ihe purpose of elect Lug
: Seven Aldermen
for Ihe enrpors lion of Fayetletille for th
yesr 1881. H T. HOLLAND,
: R, RAMSEY,
Xear the port-rcst corner Sjuitre.
IS now prepared . to manafarturc-
IlArness, Sadillca, UrliU, j
and Mnrtliigralc in the best style.
and of the Tcry best material. Collars,
IIame snd "Vhlpa alwsya on hand.
Iteimiring doae with neatnea sad difpstch.
Cheap for cash oaBATio!LT Jii21-12a(