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orrnii: At HIS SAME OLD STAND
N. o. walLacf,
Thursday lloiss, J.innarv 9, 1S79.
Our Washington Letter.
'x-ck? Com?w??(7?cc 0 Vie Obrksvku
Wasiwscgtox, D.. C, Jan;2,'79
To-inoixoy cveinng 1he sub
CViirnullcc of SRi-ica" lilaincV
outrage .Ccimnittec lcav.es fur
iXcvv Orleans. The money for
its expenses has' been secured .In
uorverbkh of law. The infor
mat ion it bases the Southern in
cjuiry on is four.d in Xorthcrn
newspaper stories and the reports
of uncom-titutional Federal offi
cers, and the design of its Oiair
anan i to prepare Padical cam
paign material- fcr 1S0. May
the Ccmmittee find out tlvc wliole
truth and be content with that.
It is jceeiillv rq;oi1ed by the
ILH. Consul at Barcelona that
Ihe fnt cargo of American
wheat arrived there in Xovcm
ber, and was pn.nonnccd on tlie
Exchange to be as ocd h that!
from the Black cn.aiul further
that contracts were entered into
for three cargoes more by one
lhm. Tl"he cargo above men
tioned consisted of 72.0(50 bush
els, which -cold for abcut $1.S."
per bushel. .Jt was expected
that twenty-five earg es in all
u'tuld arrive from the U. S. du
ring the season. All this carry
ing trade is done in English
steamers, of which, the one men
tioned above, earned about $18.-
(MXbOO freight." - This new mar-
liet is an important one. In-pi dif.ert nt current, when it was
deed, cur products and manu- wafted in an opposite direction
factures are finding their wavjuniil lost to view,
rapidly to all parts of the world, j The next day the pastor of the
Jt is a pity that we cannot tend U. V. chinch of this place, Rev.
lliem in our. ovin vessels. jDaud Strong, who sspent tev-
(icneral Sheridan renews what era! yejiis in Eg pt us a mis
has now become a contest be- Hionaiy dtlixcred an inlerest
1 ween the Army and Indian Ru- ing and instructive lecture on
naiu Hie last letter of Gener-jthat land and the manners and
il Jlieridan, jjist published, is
lailicularly severe upon thema v
agement of Indian a Hairs by the
.liurcau, and' upon many of its
agents. Xo doubt the head of
the Bin can, Mr. Iloyt, will reply.
This is well. Controversy will
throw light upon the subject. If
the Bureau is not to be transfer
red to the War Department, still
thc criticisms of Sheridan and
other oflicers of the Army will j were conducted for the most
help the Commissioners to reform J part by thu more advanced pu
its workings. If it is to be trans- j pils, w ho did themselves great
ferred the Commissioner's attack credit b their rendition of ma
upon the Army will enable Ar- ny excellent pi uduct ions. Bo.ird-
mv oflicers to be more clhcient
when the work falls to them.
Int. crest .will be renew ed in the
melancholy events of the Custer
"missacre by an inquiry to be
made by Army oflicers at Chica-
go into the conduct of Major
Mono, who commanded a force
of troops not far from the place
of Custer's death. The inquiry
is made at thc request of Major
Keno, who is charged with cow
ardice on the occasion.
There was a little absurdity in
making resumption take place on
a holiday, when no public busi
ness is transacted. However,
there was substantially resump
tion several days before the 1st
rf January, and it may now be
safely said that everything in
thatdirection premises well. Sen
ator Ingalls may now rise and
ask for an 'investigation. They
have here a letter of his, written
to the Postmaster at Atchinson,
Kansas, to the effect that he, the
Postmaster, must pay over .nK.) a
month of his salary to a iriend;
of the Senator, ""if not," wivs '
Ingalls, "I will find a man for
the Atchinson post-omce who
will." This may be put down,
perhaps, as the worst piece of
Senatorial littleness ever known.
The sales of West Point Cadet
ships made by carpet-bag Sena
tors and Iieprescntatives were
nothing to it. Ater one? get
ting thc price of a cadet ship it
is not of record that the Senato
rial seller blackmailed the cadet
through his term of oflice.
An Ohio peddler docs bus
iness on an extensive scale. He
carries 'five wagon loads of a
.great variety of goods, and is
accompanied by several sales
men. He puts up a large tent,
Avith counters and shelves, and
show windows in front, like a
regular store. His stay in each
stopping place is regulated by
the business, and when the sales
fall off he packs up and moves
There are different avenues to
f.,mr The Maine pacrs an
nounce that ''the lady who made
the first pair of tronsern for the
lamented William Pitt Fessen
den died recently at New Glou
cester at thc age of ninety-six
years. Her name is Judith
Joseph BeoJccrt of Kilbourn
City,A1s, married a yomig,'pct
tv," and accomplished widow.
The match was in all respects
lit ting, except that the husband
wns a Roman Catholic priest. I Ic
b jsnot waUcd to be disciplined
by bis church, but luis resigned
from l!ie priesthood.
1WJ IVe Fajctteville Observer.
Lincoln, Tenn., Dec. 30, 7S.
Tliis community has recently
been enjoying' a (season of unu-
J sua! activity, soci a 1.1 y-a n I mtel
lectiiallv. l'aities ami social
meetings have been of frequent
occurrence, and .0 u r school,
which has been successfully con
ducted for the past few mon.hs
by Prof. O. S. .Jftewart) assisted
by !Miss Jennie Have., termi
nated in a grand exhibition giv
en in the U, P. church of this
place on the -evenings of the 19ili
and 20lh inst, A commodious
stage was erected ami furnished
with everything calculated to
insure the success of the cntcr-talnmplit-the.
ed apartment and humbler place
of abode being truthfully rep
resented. The first evening was princi
pally devoted to the exercises
of the younger members of the
school, in which they displayed
marked ability and the results
of careful training.
"We have not room to partic
ularize, but will say that iranta
CI a us, Temperance Alphabet
and other se'ectiotis were well
rendered and elicited remarks
of admiration from the manv
who came to witness the even
ing's entci tainment. At the
close of the evening's exercises,
and soon after the company had
emerged from the building, a
large and tastefully constructed
balloon, the workmanship of
our enterprising m reliant and
postmaster, J. F. Montgomery,
was seen slowly ascending, pre
senting a luminous and beauti
ful appearance. Its course was
South until attaining considei
abb- elevation and meelinir with
customs of its peculiar peoph
Notwithstanding thc inclemcn-
ency of the weather, a large
company assembled and listen
ed with marked attention to the
discourse which threw much
light on many imperfectly un
derstood passages of II0I3 Writ.
This was followed by the clos
ing night of the exhibition, on
which occasion the exercises
j inir Around, The Maniac, and
other selections were well ren-
tiered, and a beautiful tableaux
j representing Faith, Hope, and
Charily, with Sweet Home, in
the back ground, was well con-
Instrumental and vocal music
on both evenings contributed in
no small degree to. the enter
tainment. 'We congratulate our
teachers, and members of the
school on their success, and
when a like occasion presents
itself may we be there to see.
St. Louis, slow,
Louis ille, firm,
Xew York, quiet,
92 (Si 00
91 ft I 033
29 1( 29 i
33 ? 351
2? 4 J
Sr. Louis, active,
, Louisville, white,
St. Louis, quiet,
Railroad Time Table.
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do Brighton ,
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Anivcat Dcclicid ....
9 30a. m
11 1.! do
1 1.4 do
. 2.80 do
. 3.13 do
. 3 40 do
. 4 05 do
, 4.30 do
4 40 do
Arrive at Favcltevillc. .
T A beautiful and accom
plished young lady at Bowling
Green, K'., asks damages lor
her bruised and wounded heart
of a wealthy gentleman of the
same neighborhood. The pro
ceeds of the suit, it is distinctly
stated, are to be appropriated
for repairs on one of thc
churches. - .
Mr. Moffet, the Virginia leg
islator who invented the "Moffet
bell punch" now used in the sa
loons and bars of tint Statc.is dis
satisfied with the returns it yield
ed the Treasury last year, and
contemplates an additional law
embracing severeal penalties.
KoolP arc made on thc Pacific
coast with pockets for pistols in
Gen. Grant is in Ireland. ;-,.
A man in Florida walked
ninety-oue miles to voie.
A St. Louis woman died in
convulsions on learning that her
lover was a counterfeiter. '
A man at Leominster, Mass.,
has been killed bv inhaling' the
f CD '
sulphur from friction matches to
cure an attack of diphtheria.
In Detroit a woman sixty-two
years of age was stamped to death
by her son. lie did tins in the
presence of his o wn little daughter.
-x . n m . 1iwiv ui'i v ro A' m. k on Jauu 'l Mill
inkstands fn a court at Lebanon, i t,iat ,f ck'tU'a e.culd
Indiana, the other day, spatter- many bun; if defeated it .would
ing the walls and the presiding jbe an indefinite time before their
Judge as well as themselves. union could be consummated.
Mrs. .T. P. Meintrye, of Pen-j The; district contains seme of the
der county, X. C, aged twenty-1 strongest. Pepubliean counties in
four, has just presented Iter lord the State, and has always given
with a son, his twenty-fourth. .
child. lie is eighty, and she is
his fourth wife.
prescription that he had written
for a boy with diphtheria because
the mother had no money to pay
tor it, and within a lew Hours the
boy died for lack of medicine.
A Chicago paj)er pubMshc-j
weekly , all inimw lias. .
with the ages of both the male;
and female "annJicnnts. This is
not looked upon with favor by
the parties pi iacipally interested.
The church in Pom fret, Vt.,
has lost its most aeiive member,!
Henry liabcoek. Convicted of j
e 10 ms ,nni, 10 .Vr
nsurance company, he
fraud an insui
has gone to prison fornix )eai
.11. maniage oi a .. r .a i -
isco widower to Ins stciMlaugh -
llie marriage of a San Fran
ter so displeased his neighbors!
that thev stuck ti: and feathers i
on his door as a hint of what
they would do if he did not move
awav. He moved. .
Boston sands thc story of a
terrible Christmas Eve tracdv
the murder of a vouni wife bv
her aged husband, who comple
ted his bloody work by suicide.
Jealousy wtis, of course, the mo
tive of the crime.
A poor law officer at Green
wich, N. Y., lately decided that
a wooden leg furnished to an in
mate of Workhouse was "furni
ture" and not a ".surgical appli
ance," and therefore could not be
paid for out of the poor fund.
The most elaborate recent wed
ding in Nashville was that of a
negro couple, J. C. Napier and
Nettie Langston. The bride wore
an imported dress of cream-colored
silk and fine lace, and many
ot the guests were attired with
equal cost and generally in good
- During thc war General But
ler gave an old wood-chopper
permission to cut wood in thc
swamps near New Orleans. The
old man is not only still hack
ing away under cover of that
permit, which he says he never
has revoked, but sells thc right
to cut to others.
This story is told by a South
ern paper. A pond of water on
the Deshlcr place, in Ncrth Al
abama, embracing ten aces, sud
denly disappeared early one
morning recently -with, a loud
rumbling sound. A. large hole,
down which the water poured, is
all that remains to rAavk thc spot.
John C. Clark left property
worth about thee millions when
he died, in Texas, thirteen years
ago. He made no w ill, and was
not known to have a relative.
The State took possession of
the vast estate, ami until this
year no claimants appeared ; but
now several real or pretended
heirs have commenced legal pro
ceeding. The jury of the Church' in
Chicago that convicted Mrs. J.
Anderson of renting ground lor
a beer garden recommended her
to mercy. lhis was well. In
times when minislrants some
times perform through the week
in beer gardens ami on Sundays
in church choirs, beer and for
bear may well be the motto for
the sin of an erring sister like
Mrs. J. Anderson.
The other night a number of
young men at Owen's Grove,
near Mason City, Iowa, under
took to charivari Mr. Henry
Dunbar, who had recently been
married. They blew out his
bedroom window, but failed to
bring him out. On the follow
ing night they returned, deter
mined to succeed. Dunbar was
prepared, ..and tired into the
crowd, wounding six of them.
One lost an eve and another had
10 shot dug out of him.
A Chicago girl did not wish
to marry her lover, but 6aid yes
to his proposal for thc fun of
being engaged. The young man
was very much in earnest, and
when she at length informed
him that she had only been jo
king he threatened to kill her if
she did not keep her promise.
Thus bulldozed, she submitted
to matrimony.' This was a year
ago. Lately she appealed to
the courts, and . thc Superior
Court has decided that the mar
riage, having been accomplish
ed by a threat of violence, isjfigM 011 straight-out Democratic
Bob Taylor, of Tennessee;
How He Won a Wife and the Hon
ors of n Congressman- Short
Romance of the Mountain Tltfe
Beardless Hoy ami His Fiddle
Wednesday, 18th ult., at A sh
ville, X'. C, CVjngressman-elecf
Pobeit Taylor, of Tennessee, was
united in marriage with Miss
Sallio Band, a nieceof Govern
cr Vanct of Xorth Carolina.
The marriage -is the conclusion
of a somewhat romantic story.
"When Taylor was nominated by
the Democrats as their candidate
tv-two or tweivtv-three hundivd.
jino bi desires were, therefore,
not at all promising.", besides,
j he had as an opKnent Pettibone,
ono jf tilc J0pub!ican chieftains
f)f thc .m vmrimt 1Voin
j Michigan, p;ssessed of unusual
L.!,, In the r1Vb5(len-
tial contest, as one of the lie-
I publican Electors, he bore the
! banner of his party as gallantly
as possible, worrying thc Demo-
crats considerably. For Taylor;
hc entertained seemingly nothing!
- ; bllt. contempt,
j TavIoi,8 nolni
mination was sim
ply ;i luehy stroke of fortune.
, Jn tj,e ll.1uWicail Convention
1 r , , ,
Av lKJ' " " 1--
"ouneed Republican, was thc
principal candidate for the nom
ination, against Pettibone; but
the latter, after a biiter fight, se
cured the honor. Pcpubliean
Taylor's friends were all angry,
and the Democrats conceived
that it would be a good thing to
nominate his Democratic broth
er, who would probably draw
votes from thc Bepublicau ranks.
The. plan was carried out. Tay
lor was only twenty-eight years
old, and in that region had made
considerable reputation and pop
ularity as a fiddler. At the fre
quent gatherings for dancing he
was a w elcome guest. His nom
ination seemed to lire the young
men with enthusiasm. Numbers
of Republicans and two or three
Republican journals left the par
ty ranks and went over to Tay
lor's side. Pettibone was ac
cused of being in with the Rev
enue and Custom-house Rings,
which had controlled politics in
that section. It -was an under?
stood fact that Federal money
was to be. showered on the dis
trict. Taylor, as he afterward
told his friends, had only 5 to
commence the canvass with, but
once out, monev and assistance
of every kind poured in on him,
fothat after the campaign was
over very little of the 5 was
spent. Pettibone looked down
on him with contempt, and in
the opening speech merely re
ferred to him as the "beardless
boy who fiddles."
When it came Taylor's rejoin
der, he' approached the table Avith
j 11 earpet-bag- in one hand and a
! fiddle in thc other. He com-
meneed his rejoinder with thc
statement that the serious charge
had been made against him that
he fiddles. . Then laying the fid
dle and carpet-bag fcidc by side
on the table, he asked the crowd
to choose " between them.,.' The
point was taken up and carried
from one end of the district to
the other, producing any amount
of merriment at Pcttibone's ex
pense. Pettibone, afterward,
never alluded to Taylor's fiddle
more than once or twic-e. Tay
lor taunted Pettibone with the
fact that his regiment, at the
close of the war, had more men
th"an it started with. Thc young
Democrat was a ready, eloquent
speaker, and never failed to a
waken enthusiasm, Frcouentlv
UL'I1 uiu sjjchkiii wus uwr, i.e
would entertain the crowd with
his violin. Thc district had its
share of moonshiners, and they,
with all their friends, were for
Taylor, as Pettibone was in with
1 , i.: 1. 1
and supported by the revenue
men. the enemies of the moon
shiners. Taylor's majority was
nearly fifteen hundred, making a
Democratic gain of one Con
gressman from Tennesse. His
father represented the State in
Congress just after the war.
AVhen nominated, Taylor was
advised to take a very conserva
tive course, but answered firmly
that he proposed to make the
principles, lie did h, and Avor.
Vanishes from the Sight of His
blister McPhereon used to live
at Crossville, Tennessee, but lie
don't now; he took his departure
for the happy hunting grounds,
December 25th, ult. - Joseph Pi-
brell lives and enjoys the certain
inalienable lights endowed by
his Creator at Sparta, Tennessee.
Joseph had occasion to visit Mr.
Mac's place of nativity on busi
ness. "While there McPherstn
and his brother adorned them
selves with war paint and went
in quest of Joseph's scalp; but
Joe happening to know the use
of a pistol used one with the ef
fect of putting Mr. Mae. to rest
beside his departed ancestors,
and to give a surgeon a job of
digging bullets out of Mr. Mac's
Dibrell was tried, and oil the
ground of shooting in self-defence,
was allowed to return un
trammeled to Sparta where he is
at liberty to enjoy all the liber
ties of a free American citizen.
'GtSr We arc indebted to the
Sc ien t ific A m erica n fo r s p e c i m e n
of Uranine, thc newest and per
haps the most remarkable of
the aniline coloring substances
extracted from coal tar.
coloring power is astonishing;
a fe,,rc rr, ain will impart a
marked color to nearly five hun
dred gallon. of water. A most
interesting experiment, which
anybody may try, con-ists in
sprinkling a few atom- of Ura
nine upon thc surface of water
in a glass tumbler. Each atom
immediately sendsdown through
thc water what appears to be a
bright green rootlet; and the
tumbler soon looks as if it were
crowded full of beautiful plants.
The rootlets now begin to en
large, spread and combine, until
we have a mass of soft "green
colored liquid. Viewed by
transmitted light, the color chan
ges to a bright golden or amber
hue; while a combination of
green and gold will be realized,
according to the position in
which the glass is held. The
editors of the Scientific Ameri
can are sending out specimens,
free ol charge, to all tlu ir read
ers. The subscription to the
paper is $3.20 for a year, or
$1.00 half year; and a better in
vestment for thc money could
hardly be named.
Jg A young man of music
al turn was shot and killed in
Xorth Carolina thc other day be
cause he persisted in playing
"My Grandfather's "Clock"- in
slow meter. This, we hope, will
be a lesson to all grandfathers to
keep their clocks regulated, and
on no account to allow them to
run too slow. The musical tal
ent of our country must be fos
tered and cultivated, instead of
beimr killed off to slow music.
"Jgf"" The grand jury of Boone
county, Mo., has memorialized
the legislature in favor of estab
fishing the whipping-post for
petty offences, declaring that un
der the present system of fine
and imprisonment it is thc hon-csttax-paycr
that is punished.
Is )-our liTc worth 25 conls? If it is
do i ot nrglecl a cough or coM. U.-e Dr.
Hull' Cough Syrup at once aud be cured !jj
that ne'ver Jailing remedy.
The San Francisco Chronicle
says that thc hoodlum fraternity
in that city dates from lbbz.
and now comprises some GOO
members, composed chiefly of
half-grown boys. All are not
criminals, but the leaders are as
a rule. They have a regular sys
tem of passwoids and signals,
and a slang dialect, which is,
however, sparingly used lest thc
police acquire its terms.
J. L, BRYAJfT & 0.,
D E A L E K 3 IN
And All Manner of
Cool Stores an! House Fcrnistici Gcofls,
Clothing:, Hats, Boots, Shoes,
Ladies Hats, Dress Goods,
We also deal in Puodccf. f all
kinds and pay the highest market price in
Cash or Goods.
We keep the most varied stock fo
be found anywhere and invite all to exim
ine our goods and price. We guarantee
satisfaction. J. L. BRYANT & CO.
aim, mw-i-v.m unyjiiLiii
H lAKKli great pleame in informir the
1 Ladies (hat slie is now cneniui? tho
i Flnestaei 7i selected stock of
crer exhibited in Fayettevill. PATTKUX
COaM', I S li'immcd in the Latest and Mot
Elegant Style and at prices to suit the
times. Neatly Trimmed Ilau at the low
price of Si and Upward.
HATS and BONNETS
Bleached, pressed and rcsfiapeit, and deliv
ered the 1st and 15th of each month, in thc
of every description made to order. Old
Braids made nw, and Old Hair worked up
into new style.
Fruit, Nut, Bread, Cheese, etc., on hand.
QO Ladies of Fayettevillo and vicinity
can rest assured that my work and good
will surpass all competition in style, beauty
and low prices. Call early and make your
selection. sept. 19
(East Sale Pullic Square,)
HAVE just received and opened their
new stock of
Fall and Winter Goods.
Their stock of Dry Goods embraces a yen
eral assortment ot '
Dress .Goods, Notions. Shawls
MIMAS, JACKETS, etc.
A firiompplyof Rushing t prices to suit
the purchaser Always kept on hand, also
a inn or Hosiery kept that
CANNOT BE. CZCSZ.LED
by any. "Hard times" taken into consid
erati. n while purchasing the
fctock of Ladies' and Gents' Glove. D
not fail to call and sec the most
COMPLETE AND CHEAPEST
stock of Ready-mad ) Clothing ever brought
to this place. Gent.' and boy's ocrcofg
coats, pants, Tests and entire suits to Le
Almost any Price.
A gcr.cral assortment of custom nndc
Cools and Shoes ol alt mz-s, also a fin"
supply of GetiiS' and Roys hats, caps, t-ts.
Your special attention is incited to our as
sortment of lndius' and gents' underwear,
also Cs.itneres, Satinets, Jeans and Lin-
s?ys. We keep also all ki-ids T Soaps
Soda, Popper, Spice, Starch, Ginger, Ind
go, etc , etc. We cordially invite our Omuls
and the public generally to rail and exam
ina our stock, being fully satisfied that we
can make it to the r interest to bur or u
T. C. GOODRICH & CO,
oct 31, 1878
At R. IJ. Oniric's Oi l Stand, West sido
of the Sqtarc,
ri AVB opened a luge, new and well se-
looted stock of
consisting of eTerything nsually kept in a
well-regulated hardware storo. Our slock
Of every description,
Cullary, Carpenters' and Builders
Horse and Mule Shoes, &c.
We propose lo rfT r the public such in
duccnients as will insure to u a liberal
share of their palronaje.
Give us a trial and ee if we do nf give
satisfaction. HUGH M. 1'LAKE.
rudrch23 S. D. McPHAlL.
To tho Farmor!
ThU River Mill is bow ready
. to fill order Tor W
to, I'm, rt
every day in tho week. We have a first
class ibiller, and with onr excellent ma
chinery are making flour and meal
EQUAL TO THE BEST,
in quality and quantify. We Folicit a ton-
linuacco of t!ie liberal patronage that the
Will has recoired, and promise that ihire
shall be no abatement of etfort en our part
to accommodate and p!ase customer.
Flour, Meal and Ilrnn
for rale at roaonVe prices.
For grinding we toll tho eighth,
both wheat and corn.
GORDON & SAUNDERS
1 WARRAITED BEST AND CHEAPEST.
J trnotm reduced. J-rmph
l'l low reduced, fmnphlet J
Works : Christiana. I jmc-iter to.. Pa. . '
Ofllue; 1 . ISeavor bt., Tork, Pa.
Jan i ly
Tie Great Family Weekly
11ESBV WARO BEECHER. .
I.Y MAX AHwrtv.i witor..
?3.00 per Annum, Postage Paid.
8eml Sot, for Sample Copv. A large Cash torn
minion pnui auu. CUkihtian t aiox, S. X.
CONSUMPTIVES I?iJ Vi"""
Alli!U" I.MIIK b.ll-.IIM.
STOP THAT COUGH SSJYAK'Sr;
Alien's lainit Ualaui.
CUBE THAT COLD f?."Ur
Aliens l.up nalaii.
Ilfi nrtlCltV Cao snow more evidence of real
NJ RtlVIkU I uJri' thauAllea s Lui. Ha'
tmV Kveryts liens. deeH-41
a week ia voar own town, asquint free
No risk. Kearlcr. If voa Vint shviiim i
which pcrsous of cither sex m wake fcrcat
nav all the time thuv work, wriio for par-
titulars to U. IIallktt Jt Co., Portland, jUaiue.
Rnn.fi f RahJ 1
Over 20,000 Ddlais worth of
)?y Gssis, Bssls, Shgei
Hats, Caps, Groceries,
rOR HALE AT
W1IITJEER k MAIN'S.
Large and full 1 ne of
LADIES' CL0AKS&SII AWLS.
Hand made Doots and Shoes
Hand made Shoes for WOMEN!
Hand made Shoes for Children,
And many olher articles wo haven't time to
mention. With many thank for pnst pit
tonagewo are Very Respectfully,
oct. 17 WHITAKER Sc 110LMAN.
ItfSZJ-W GOODS !
WE HAVE just boiiJi an c:.tircly new
nn l fiesh stock of
which we pniil for in cash consequently we
can sell for very low figures. We wi'.l buy
and pny cash for
COU, WAl mi E533,
Come and si-e us berore but ins eUewhere.
We have a full and complete Stock of
(Jrocetie, also a good and ik-w assortment of
TOBACCO nml CIGARS,
Give ns a t:i.il,
BUYSOX & LAUDERDALE.
C.dlege Street, F.iyetteville, Tenn.
KWKS3 Cr 122 P2K3.
The iln aixwnlinir t ll.trier Il.ts.ir wilt be
the nim nml amliition of tlte oJi.-n of Aiucrii a.
lioAUiu TrnuM rlit.
.-t fniiUdil rliroiiirle of r.tliion. ami a now.,
paper of domestic nnrt rh.iracttT. it ruuks
n iili.Mit a rivnl UnMklvu Kasle.
This paper h:i ainiix-.l wiilc popularity for
tue UithIo injvnM.'nt it nlTxnl-i. .tn.i hn bonir
an etallilivt milUority witlitUe luilie. X. V.
The volume of the Biur lie-in with the Ort
XunilM-rol Jauuanr ofra liHr. When m limu i
iiiunt ioneil, it will be uM-kr-iiJ Ibnt the ul-ri-ber
wi-ln-1 lo rooinifiic with the .NudiInt next
mftvr this rvc-ipt of hi onii-r.
'- HARPER'S "PERIODICALS.
HAnrKIt S MA.TAZIN t. One Year H 00
UAUI'KK'it 'VKKKLV, " " 4 W
IIAISI'KC S KA.AK. " " 4 W
TlieTH 1! tK puiilii-ations.nue year 10 uo
A n v T V . oii y ea r To
SI i i:tx-ripi ii"n. one yrar SO M
Tt-riu for lanrt- claim fiiriib-lKtl im apnllrain.
I'ostnu Vnm lo all MilcrUirk in rbo L'uiUMl
State or Lauarla. .
The Annual Volume of Htirai'S Bazar, in
neat cloth bind in t. will he utrttt br rxprcw. froe of
exK-ue (prnviiiuJ th freiicdt (lot's not cs-t-it on
ilollar per volume), for 1 W eadi. A omplete
S't. ronipi iinjf l-.U-ven oluuu-. eut on re
ceipt of rah at the rate of V i& par volume, frvtght
at exeiiM or purcnaMtr.
will be vat br mail, post p.iHl. on rereipt ot 11 .00
l loth case tor earn t oliiuie. mltaiilo for lutnlinir
Kemittanres ihoutrl be nm! hy rott-Ofllce Monty
Unlur or Kraft, to avoid chnreof li.
Newpniwra are not lo tM "'i ailrertiemonl
without the exprt- omcr or ii akpkk jt i.KOTiiFKa
Aihlres II AKl'tK A BlV) 1 11 Jew tors.
XOIS. Clark St C h icago, ILL
IR. BfCltLOW, k.Ttn TVT rtrtrtmM.
trrauMktAI.A.tD tur.oNU. aik-kH i
WOi acus 8.ru.r, KnritT, FmtT.TBLr.
MlRTOL'S MBHJTV, Trr,m nrnl or
.-(t THR FlIV a, M-lOTimt a4BMI5
SI, pc-k miu. Hi. B1UKHCK t:riin v rr
rT1IOUWT. X2. Mire. PC. IWATrmirit, wj.iair.in
CtttrllWKTUL. Tmtm xn, Frm. fm,llfc
Ika4 M at. a aiaiU) nUc Oowla, a. Uj Cxiinu.
h m.l na unr MM iiMWi4.riin.lr. UI
A GltKAT OFFEIt FOIC
HOIilU AYS ! ! !
V will tiirln iho II()I.II YS .li-poso of 10J
ri.V.NO.t A ORliA.V-. at tMKAltuiHAJ.i
LOW nrire- for rash. SPI.KNDII OUCJAN.hS 3
5 ol rooria tm. 3 M)tt with Sub Ba an l i oup-
ler 3 1. art 1 M!t 1 -t f,V 1 ottave an
KOSEW'HIIM'I VXOSl 1i 3(iotU'l wnrranti-
for f-JX ream. AGEXTfi W , ViKI Illtixlrntfl
t ataloRiie Mailcxl Music at half price. IIOK.M E
WATKKS Jt SONS, JJanuracttirers ami I'Mim.
40 E. UiliSt.. . V. iIoj l -4t
Geo. C. Ware,
Manufacturer and Whole-le Dealer In
Xurc -Apple Cider
CIDEIC YIN EG Alt.
Pole Proprietor anil Maniifa -rurerof
k b.co.vditi T.ni-KNi;cr,
n i k f . v - - - f
mut V ''.! fi Tr.-(7. Tha bt ua
vnr awl& Aa r alii, atrtj. tnl mT "r
hnHatH Ot Infc-lor r'- 'hat Jkm'i
m awry pint. BU fcy all a.-a!f fewl (or aaainl.
frea. U C. A. JiCtJOJ Co.. Mfra, I'Mcnoura, a.
-iay a DAT to AjrenU ranvain? tor ne rir
?3 aide 'litar. Term an. I outfit Free
AiMraaa I. O. ViCKfcKY. Aj;uta. Mahie.
GKXTS WANTED for the best anil futt-t
.'Vu-llin-r Pictorial Hooki anl Kiblea. rri re
duced 33 per cent. AMre X A T. I'L'll. CO .PSil,,Pv
i-J hromnC'anN c ,t"npi-l.Mottoe.'loer.. X'o
'twoalike.with r.aioe.Hlc Umia JirlCa. Sko.S.T.
Mirl fsnli .nwflakP.Damak.,l c noi alike
""with name. lOots. J. it inkier j..Nas.aa. . X
uytlXF.1 CAn'OHwth aame 10 rts. Atrt-nts
"uoutflt 10 cts. U JtX a-S CO .JSassiin, X. V.
"KrirrpaAiTrrtiiiaj" 5ara, 10 Sprwa St, K. I.
II 31 Includlna; Shoottna; Outfit,
ll 1 1 13 S h Every Cun Warrant,
UUIiUV li-ar A.' Maara a M. Law
neat and cheap, at the
sad Xornbla carJ.
Tk O riz I n a I a-l 'a1 a.i Ma
K.ln. I. W B Bnlra,
piririr'w watch xsnrmnr-a
cm-winder.r're.' WTttirrry oi-dnr. (rut
in rrer. i ii. ba) lic1 1 1.. ( I.I. aim. Id.
XS, Prices of Job Printing
have been lowered at tlic On
seuvejj ollicc to suit tlio times
Uring.in your orders. "We war
i i;i ik 'ii
QAdTt rtlsemcnUarc inserted ia the or
d tr in which they aro handed in.
SWEET AY Y
MMaawA.'gs!i i.ja'i..iniuA ".grfl-yuaVWiW
A 9 i
Fajctteville, - - Tennessee.
office at OIvie's Hardware Store. J. T.
SSHT Warehouse near tne dfwt. jnl7
Wagons and Buggies
haT for sale the
light draft atfd durable, equalled, by few,
surpassed by none, aud
And will be sold at the very lowest price.
They also manufacture
Carriages, Buggies and Spring
of the best material and in the most
of all kind.- done on bucroics, farm wapon.
'agricultural machinery, plows, etc., at xhort
notice cn reasonable ternn. hiei.bar
rows for &alu of good finish and substantial
make. leb. 21-oly.
axd MAxuricTonr tr
Poors, Sash, Blinds, Moldings,
If ressvil Lumber.
I liavo lately inereasnl my Tower and
My Saw Mill is in the country, ami 1 can
Gil orders at tliort noties ami cheaper tliao
I have ever sold Lumbor. 1 will sell
in lots of WX) feet or more; small and cltoico
W. F. TUBLET. t'ayetteville, Tenn.
Manhood How Lost How IlfslorpJ.
&fyi "- Pnbli-lieil. ! a rew el it ion of Dr.
.-f'y t'l vertrell'a C'elebrntrd Kuiy
' i on the r.t. ical rare (S'itliout mitio inr)
tij "f perin.jt.rrhfa.or St-minal Ve.tkiuaa,
ft itf Involuntary St-minal I.o-sf, Imoti'iicy.
Mi-nt and Phr.lral Incaparlty. Iiitpedi.nenu t
M.-irri ie ftc : al-o. I onuuiptioii. tpi! liv. ami
Kit. iudiiceil by svli-induluucc; or miauhI vxti ara
g inre. Ac.
fsjf Price, in a -e.tT.il envelope, only ii ent.
1 lie celebrated atitbor. in this a!imral!o K-
clearly di-nioiitrati-. fnun a thirty e:ir
ncciii-rul practire.th.-tt thcal.irniinx roiiM Ciienr
of 9eir-Abue may lie ladir&Ily rurnl without thi
daiijrt-roiix u-e of internal inc-iiii-ine. or Iheappti
catioiiot' th- knifi-: viiiiiux out a nnxte ol cum
at once simple, certain and effectual, by tue:iiiof
wbu-bevi ry MiCerrr. no in.tttt-r a hat hi ronditii
may be may cure himself cheaply, pi irately n I
tif This lecture should le in tire haiuU of
evciy youth and erery man in the land.
Sent, under m"I. in u plain envelope, to any ad
dre-i. on receiptor! rc-ut.or two pota! stamp
JiHn- the Publi-liem.
Til V. V I.Y KKH V.t.U MEIUCA f. ( O..
41 . Mil SU, Xew York; PostUlttcV; UoxLVS
lewis i m:aci r
baa removed to his
on Collect street 2 doors from the Square
A ND is now prepared to Tarnish MarbV
J. and Gray Stonn tvork at lor pricr
than ever l fvire. Call and examine de--igns
and prices. Jan. i'4.
obiaineil for new inventions, or for lmprivenient-
on old one.for ims lical orotner compound, trail. -marks
ami laliela. veat-i, Ai)rniuent4. Intel -ferenccs.
AppeaU. Snit-4 lor Infringement, and
all cae nrini umler the Patent I.aw.h prompt.
: attended to Imvintions Ihat ntrt irti
KV I V C rV K 11 k' 'hc l''cnt firtice
Zi'J Li w A Jli it mjiy .till, in mot ca-
rs. tie patented by us. Iteini; opxiito to the I'. .S.
Patent liepiirtineiit, and enyiitsd in the Patent
buine; exclin-ivcly, we can make closer c;irrh ,
and secure Patents more promptly. and with bniml-i-r
rlaiins than thoo who are remote I ruin Wash
ington. I ' VENTOKS -""a-tketcroV
cnnr ilevii-er wo makeexnminations andaitvia .
lo practaliility. Turk ok t it a no All eorreiKin-di-nce
stiicilv ronfldentinl Price low, and XO
cj n;fc ' L'MfiKM p.tn;.x r i.h nr..
ci it KI.
General U. M. Key. l ev F. U.l oi r The .i rmmi-
We refer in nashinvtnn, to II r rotnifiier
Amei ican Sa imial li.-ink, to nlliciaU in the IT S
Patent Oftice. aud to -Senators and Ucpreaeatative
n t.'ont-es-: and especiHEly toour clients in every
lata mi tiis I moil and in Lanad. Address
C. A. SNOW & CO..
Opposite Patent OOlce. Washington, I.C.
IF jou want to learn something for ynnr
own good and the good of jour fxtai'y,
I) IT. POWELL'S
viae eta i Lia
It without a doubt, the hest IJrer Med
icine in the wotU. There isn't Hie alieht-
e?t dotiM ahout that fact. It has heen tril
uiTiciciit'r in this country to have o f.r-
ther doubt about i:cuiir,g Pysnrpaia, Lit
er Complaint, I"i ious Attack., Cost i venous,
Sick Ut-adaclte, Cramp Coli, Heartbnrn,
Jaundice, Ku-h of I'lood to tho Head, Kirk
Stomach, all female weakmsn, and a Jen
eral family Modicine. For all diseases aria
ing from a disordered Liter or Stoinach,
it has no equal. I'r. rovreM'a Liver Medi
cine will irgulate every disorder of the
Liver aud Motnach. It is th cheapest
Mudicire now in our country; it is pure
and freh, has bectt but a few weeks inro
it was compounded. Ail I ask is for the
people to give it a fair trial. If it fad. to
do what 1 say it will you can havi your
money back. Go to Viniag & Stand's, in
FayeifeviUe. if you want lo find thc gen
uine I'owi I. 'h Sle-lic ne. A:lioii A- Co. at
Mulberry, have it !W sale. Hi g Jt Halt at
Lynchburg, kerp it for sa!e. To find it at
Oak Hi ! go to II. Ij. lloore. At Shcl'.y
vil'e, J. U WarUlaw &, Co. have thc gt-nuin,
Is fact, it is for sale t very w here, at 81.00
pT box. Lie ware of counterfeits such
tho cassin. The only genuine Powell's
Medicine is put n; by 1'.. F. IXtiLK,
march 7 Mulbtrry, 'J'enn.
2 ear the norlh-icatt corner H'juart,
IS now prepared to manufacturt fe"
Harness, Saddl.-s, Urhllcs J
and IMartinalos ii the b,.st t.rle.
and of tho Tery best material. Collars,
IIai.icn.ftnd Willi 0?1.,'a,,Jr
Repairing done with neatness and dV
Cheap for casu oc babtbr o.vlt Jan-J-l-w