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On (lie uorlli side of Ihe square
next tloor to the. Savings lSattk.
You will always iiiul a good
fire, ami a largest stock of heavy
winter lioots in town; besides
a very iargv stock of cheap and
line Overcoats, overshoes, gum
goods and any other goods that
cold weather will require, allot
which, we promise to sell as
low as any honest man can sell
them, lou will find here
special lot of very cheap Boots
and bhoes jrood lor coughs and
The Avarice of Mankind.
Amongst the diabolical means
of making money no more hellish
mode could be thought of than
robbing the graves of the dead.
The widow of the merchant prince,
A.. T. Stewart, is now offering a
reward of ?50,000 00 for the re
covery of his body and the convic
tion of the thieves. Any person
visiting the establishment of P. T.
JdUERATand witnessing him selling
hU solid leather standard screw
boots at two dollar a pair, his
rcady-m ide clothing at cost, good
two hundred yard spool cotton at
twenty cents per dizen, ladies'
h its and dress goods at bankrupt
prices, gent's hit, standard screw
shoes, jeans, fl.tniK-ls and all price
gooi? at such prices as were nev
r offered belore, will come to the
ttjncluioR that it will be safe to
bat ten to one that his widow will
not b-j nbltf to offer 50 cents for his
bjdy if any coatumaceous t-coun
lrel should have the hardihood to
IC7" Xo lady should buy a
Shawl or Cloak until she prices
the large block at
Money Saicd is Money 3Iade.
This is an old adage and one
which you will find to be true
by buying your goods in the
bard ware line from It. II. Ouil
viu & Co., North nde of the
Square, next door to the Nation
al Hank. AVu have a large and
well selected stock of iron, horse
hoes, nails of all kinds, carpen
ter's tools, the best cross-cut
saws made, axes, mauls, wagon
und buggy materials, a very and
Mount plows, corn shellers,
Whitewater wagons, and every
thing that is usually kept in a
lir.t-class hardware house. We
also have on hand 800 bushels
of slacked lime for sale. Call
and examine our stock,to which
we are weekly adding new
goods all of which we will sell
tt the lowest figures and guar
antee satisfaction as to the qual
ity of goods.
. EST Ladies, misses and chil
li ren knit saques at
Itliouinatism Quickly Cured.
lttransr' 1t1tiinwtle I.Vmr.ly." Hie (jrent In?
Tins ti. ilfcPU'iSK. ill poMlivi-ly cure nny casa
of Kln-uinntiMB on the lace of the earth. Trice V
n liottlc.i botilcii.fi. (Sold byall Wholesale and
Kclsll HriiKyits. Uon't fail tu msiul lor circular
to llcliiciitiuc! Jt lloialcv, Urugaiau, WaMilnirtou,
D i; oct. 18 0m
If yon want 10 pounds of su
gar for 1, call at
Pitts & Co's.
jj, Cheapest to very best
Idack Alpaccas, and all other
beautiful dress goods at
fXs The Trade Palace has
the cheapest and hest stock ol
Hoots and Shots that was ever
brought to this town. Come and
t53 The glove,
neckwear and notion
is ctnnph'te at
Full line of
If you want 41 pounds choice
coffee for 1, call at
Pitts & Co's.
Oc? The largest and best
utock of clothing for men and
boys we ever sold, and the low
est prices at jatmpkin j.
Call at the residence
J. E Caldwell and Kee the lately
improved light running Do
mestic Sewing Machine with the
most perfect underbraids ever in
vented. The tost Machine Oil
ud Nerdl for all Machines al
ways oti h'ind.
tf J. E Caluwfll &; Co.
If you want old whisky, cheap
for cash, by retail or wholesale,
call at Pitts & Co's.
tj5 Cloaks and Shawls in
endls variety, ftyle, color and
price at the Tijade Palace.
Rett sugar, coffee and
other groceries at Lumpkin's.
SCF Rst cheapest etock
of I' urnit lire in town at
5 The cheapest and best
line ot Alpaccua lit the
If you want a 7 bushel bar
rcl of salt for $2.50, call -at
J'lTTS & (Jo's.
esr Go to T. C. Goodrich &
Co for jour Boots aad Shoes.
Thtirsdaj, January 9, 1879
tT For thorough instruction,
firm discipline without harshness,
and board and tuition at prices
to suit the the times, send to
Mulberry Institute. .
EDW. W. 1IALBACII,
I will have on hand at Cald
well's corner a well assorted
stock of Christmas Books, "Va
ses, Toilet Sets, dolls, toys, can
dies, nuts, fruits and notions.
Don't buy until you see mine.
J. W. Goodwix.
Prepare for severe weather,
by buying the cheapest bill of
you ever bought lrom
anybody at Lumpkin's.
We can duplicate any bill
you can buy at retail in the
State at Lumpkin's.
Mens shawls, ladies' shawls,
sacques, underwear, and cheap
est bed blankets on the market
Don't forget the house, and
remember we can sell you goods
cheaper than some merchants
can buy them and will meet
any man s prices, iajmpkix.
"ALL THE TIME COMING."
When the weather opns I will
again commence the manufacture
BRICKS, which I will sell to
the people or lay in pood mortar
for.K reasonable consideration in
I btill keep up the Carpenter
hop at the same old utand, (uxt
dour to Limb & Tillman),- where I
would he plad to see any person
in want of work, but as I cinnot
always be at the shop, I have, at
great expense, secured the services
of ihtit prince of young mechanics,
R. II. Bell, who will at all times
in my at)8eic, wait on my cus
tomers. W. J. Davidson.
500 Corsets at 50c, worth 75c
A large line all qualities of Cor
sets at equally low price at the
XZSr' 12 lbs. nice Brown Sugar
at liarley Bio's for one' dollar
This id cash, recollect. nov2S
100 pairs 2 button ladies'
kid gloves at $1 worth 1.50 at
the . . Tbade Palace.
CQ- Flannels and jeans o
nouirh for a wholesale house at
wholesale prices at
THE REASON WHY
iVe can offer to'the trade of Fay
etteville and vicinity the bvtt se
lected and the cheapept stock of
good ever laid before any com
munity is, we buy for cash from
first hands. Having one of the
closest, ablest and moat experi
enced buyers in this community.
We are selling at a fitihII proti'
and make prices to suit the6e hard
limes. Examine our goods, pri
ces and be hnppy.
Nassauer & Ilirsu. -
Elk River Flouring Mills.
These mills, one mile from
Fayetlcville, have recently been
thoroughly' io paired and fur
nished with new bolting cloths
and ihclatcfetand most approved
machinery,und can turn out 'let
tor Flour than any other mill in
the county. We are now ready
to grind at all time and guaran
tee satisfaction to customers.
We invite farmers to ghc us a
trial. Reakden & Thomas.
oct. 24-1 f.
First qusdity ht nt Pipe
lowest priets fit puuniittcd at
the Tkadk Palace
Sales to tike Place.
. All sales of properly adver
tised in the Oiiskhvek, r for
which handbills may be printed
at Ibis office, will hereafter be
muccu under tnc aoove neact
nfv&g f 'cc of charye.. Wcaskr.t-
icnuon io uie loiicwing:
Rv Alf. S. Fulton, V. and M.
and s)ecial com., at the couit
house, Saturday, January 25th,
the remainder interest in the
homestead of AV. M. Reckett in
111 acres and 40 poles in civil
district Xo. 23.
Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 1,
1870. To Prof. IJJtc. W. Jlal
lach Dear Sih I have had
occasion to witness your teach
ing, and take pleasure in stating
that your laborious metliod.coup
led with your high attainments,
fit you in an eminent degree for
conducting the education of chil
dren. As you have adopted
teaching, as a profession' and
have -pursued it for many years
as a matter of love and choice, I
think vou deserve success wher
ever you may be 'engaged to
teach. 1 am. Sir, very lvspeet
fully yours, Leon Ti:ousialk,
State Sup. 1'ub. School.
A Man in ft Thousand.
When doath vra tiouilj espoctt-d, all re
medics liav ng failed, and I'rll. James wa
ryperin entinj; with Indian Ucnip, lie acci
dentally cured Lis only child of Consump
tion, and now gives thin Lecipe free for Iwo
stamps to pay expeuscs.
Address. Ciuhdock & Co., 1C32 Itacn St.,
rhiladtlphia, Tu. doclli-lt
Marriages in 1878, :
In Lincoln county, in. 1S78
issued, of -which number 220
were' to white persons and 77 to
colored. They were distributed
among the months as follows :
white oolored totaj
23 6 29
13 6 19
15 7 22
5 3 8
12 9 21
9 7 16
18 5 23
21 8 29
24, G - 30
2G 5 31
21 4 28 1
30 11 . 41
220 .77 297
For convenient comparison,
we gather from the Observed
files an bastract of the licenses
issued in the county during the
ast eleven 'years:
In 1867 there were 38G
Total in eleren vears,3,435
Second Hound of Quarterly Meet
ing:. Rcl vi d ore mi ssi c n , a t Fa ri s Ch a p
el, Jan. 11, 12.
Winchester station, at Winches
ter, Jan. 18,19.
Marble Flair.b circuit, at Pleas
ant Grove, Jan. 25, 20. .
Fayetteville station, at Fayclte
ville, February 1, 2.
Union circuit, at Union, Feb. 1,2.
Flintvillc circuit," at Liberty,
Feb. 8, 9.
Pleasant Plains circuil,atSmith's
chapel, Feb. 11, 12.
Flkmont Springs circuit, Kocky
Point, Feb. 15, 10.
Pc te ihbu rg ci rcui t, at Xc wllopc,
Cornersvillo station, at Corncrs
ville, Jeb.22, 23.
Lcwisbnrg circuit, at Lew isburg,
Rich Yallev, at Dryden's Chap
el, March 8, 9.
Flat Creek circuit, at ,Mirch
r. i.i 'Xfiill KiiM'v ttii I
at Lynchburg, March 22, 23.
Fayetteville circuit, at Oak Hill,
March 29, 30. .
District Conference at Fay
etteville, May 16-18.
James A. Ohman
Prices in 1845 and 1878.
From a copy of the Nashville
Union of June 1st, 1815, we are
led to run a comparison between
the prices of leading articles of
general consumption. It is es
pecially interesting at this time,
as we are so much disposed to
forget the past and think that
the present is always the worst:
1 00 1 25
4a4 50 2a3 00
1J., Scottsville, Texas. Many
thanks for your kind expressions
for the "excellent and time hon-
ored Observer," and Mould be
nleased to irive our readers the
benefit of your experience and
observation of lone-star life. Wc
mail the "Home Guide" to you
T., Prairie Lea, Texas. Yes,
you are entitled to "Hie Home
Guide," We send it to you this
week, and it would have been
forwarded sooner, if you had ex
pressed a wish for it.
Dr. Christian, of Kentucky,
has moved to this place, we are
glad to note, as his future home,
lie will soon open a drug-store,
and we take pleasure in asking
for him a liberal trade, lie de
Prof. J. A. Holland, an emi
nent educator, favored fis with
a call on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobt. C. Kereh
eval returned from their bridal
Charlie Clark left; Monday for
Chattanooga, to engage in the
practice of law.
Following the Marriages and Deaths.
Oak Hill Institute.
Sewing Machine for sale.
Must be closed.
EST Frosted cars is the pre-
vailing style. '
I . TrZS 'lltn hni-o ?t- eit
flST Tlie man who prophesied
a mild winter has gone to his
UT The very cold weather
interferes with the building in
Jf3 Congress reassembled
Tuesday, after its holiday ad
journment. Hon. Caleb Gushing died
in .Newburyport, Massachusetts,
last week. ,
Duties will be resumed
next Monday at Oak Hill Insti-
Jtute, Xorris G-eek.
Tliis is no cold compar
ed to what the oldest inhabitant
experienced in '35.
(JP The tuition fees have
been reduced 20 per cent, at the
'ESTTis an ill wind that blows
no good. Severe weather is the
J3 Every old professional
has begun the new year by
turning over a new leaf.
JE3 Overcoats a ith a belly
band and a big buckle on it is
the height of the season.
The Female Academy
was opened last Monday with
very flattering prospects.
!53r There is quite an im
provement in the tone of the
mercury, it is Jetting up a little.
Another frigid wave roll-
j ed over us last week. On Fri
j day the thermometer marked
U3T Elder J. G. Woods de
livered an able discourse at the
Methodist Church last Sunday
8T Scotland has beat-the
world on bank failures, and now
she is trying her hand on snow
Hon. 1). Simpson
will succeed h. S. Senator A ade
'Hampton, as Governor of South
J3 The weather is not as
pleasant as might be desired to
renters. They are generally on
the move now.
"Ofcif5 "We extend a cordial in
vitation to tramp's to visit Fay
etteville. The chain gang is in
need of recruits.
gjgp The . scarlet fever, twin
brother of the terrible yellow
jack, is raging with frightful
virulence in A'ew York.
QSgf Where are the people
that examined the corn husks
and prophesied "the mildest
winter in fifteen years?".
2ir Many a troubled heart
will find inexpressible relief in
the assurance that last winter o
vcrcoats are very fashionable.
3ST W. B. Sicks and Kob
ert Brown have been appointed
Storekeepers and Gangers in this
(the Fifth) collective district.
The grave and responsi
ble duty of electing one thou
sand magistrates for their State
devolves upon the North Car
Jf One important problem
settled during the past season is
next summer's ice supply. The
danger of high prices for ice
is at an end.
Dt" The merchants on the
north side of the square have
employed a night-watch, S. - M.
Jones, as a prccaulionajy. meas
ure against fire and burglaries.
JT The owners of ice hous
es arc improving the opportu
nity 'afforded .thein by the late
cold spell, and have been filling
them with im excellent quality
of ice. V, . V'
3f Kit .Vance, who was shot
some time ago by a U S. mail
rider -in the v lower part of the
county, an account of which we
published is, we arc informed, in
a fair way to recover.
A meeting of the lady
members of the society formed
for the relief of yellow fever suf
ferers, is called to meet at Mis
Bagley's, Friday morning, at
1 f 1 l .l,-rtl- I i .r mrliK t I,t.
President. " '
-A8 J'011 TaP yur com
fortable cloak around your well-
fed body, remember that starva
tion and cold are clutching with
deadly gripe the helpless throat
oi poverty. .
J2ir Fayetleville begins the
new year in a splendid business
condition and a cheering out
look for the future, " judging
lrom the increase in the busi
ness of the Observer. .
IJ3M. R. Elliott, of San
dersville, Tenn., State Lecturer,
U. F. T., will deliver a lecture
at the Methodist Church in Fay
etteville on Sunday night, 12th.
Let every one hear him or they
will miss a treat.
Last Sunday there was
good ice on the creek and many
availed themselves of the oppor
tunity of having' a day's sport.
James Smith, being unable to
keep his feet, fell, and was se
J3 Holland AVkigiit, who
may generally be seen at the
house of Wright & Wilson, is an
authorized agent of Cold Water
Nursery, for the sale of fruit
trees. Orders left with him will
receive prompt attention.
1. L. Twitty.
litlE? wiiiu marriages uiv;
use in that they produce a very
humble and repentant state of
mind. They . are said, however;
to have a startling resemblance
to an electric machine. It is ea
sy enough to catch hold of the
handle's, but alas! when you re
gret that you ever touched them
you find that you can't let go.
A monument is to bo e-
rected to the memory of Major
Andre, of revolutionary fame, at
the spot on w hich he was execu
ted. Americans are noted for
their energy in the monument e
recting line. The Washington
monument forms the eighth won
der of the world the unfinished !
OiT As "New Year's Pres
ents," we would like to have our
friends send the sums they are
owing the Oiisekveh. We have
waited on some of them for years,
and now a ortion at least must
be paid. We do not refer to
those owing for a few months on
ly, but to some subscribers who
we have been earn ing for years.
r Last Monday morning.
Jell'. Bay, jr., was brought to
town and placed in jail for bur
glarizing the store-house of our
friend G. 1). Wicks, at Ivelso.
He pried open a shutter, entered
through a window, and was
caught in the building. He con
fessed, we are told, that his ob
ject was to steal.
EsSf At 'an election of the
stockholders ofthe Lincoln Sav
ings Bank on the 1st, the follow
ing gentlemen were elected Di
rectors for 1879 J. W. Holman,
D. y. HolmaivD. W. Clark, II.
C. Whitaker and Alfred Bear
den. All belonged to the old
board except the two last, who
superseded J. L. Bryant and T.
O. Bagley, who declined a re
Qurmr: "Why will men smoke common
tobacco, wlirn they can buy Marburg 15ros.
'Senl of JXorth Carolina," at the s.imo
jgr" We have received many
congratulations lately upon the
improved appearance of the Ob
server accompanied by expres
sions of friendship, for which we
offer thanks, and would say to
our friends that we have 'room
for more new subscribers. Send
them in freely. There is room
for them. We expect, life and
health permitting, to make the
paper better in 1879 than ever.
At the municipal elec
tion, last Saturday for Aldermen
of Fayetteville several combina
tion tickets were voted. The
following gentlemen were elected,
first three named being the only
members of the old Board who
were reelected C. . A. Diemer,
Jno. Y. Gill, C. C. McKinney,
Lewis Peach, K. S. Douthat, W.
C. Morgan and John J. Morgan.
For Constable, there, were three
candidates, and a majority of
votes was cast for Sam. Hill, the
The Board met Tuesday night
and. elected the following
Officers: Mayor, C. A Die
mer; Treas.,B.S.Douthat; Clerk,
C. C. McKinncyj Becordcr, F.
P. Fulton; Constable, Sam. Hill.
Finance Com. C. C. MeKinney,
"W. C. Moigan, J. J. Morgan;
Street .Com. j. Y. Gill, B. S.
Douthat, Lewis Peach: Sanitary
Board Drs. C. B. McGuire, B.
i ! X" -1-1 T
' County Court.
Court being called for election
purposes, the following officers
were elected, viz:
John II. Thoniison was nomi
nated Notary Public and consti
tutionally elected. -
. T. J. Bives was reelected
County Superintendent. ;
N. O. Wallace was elected
Ranger by acclamation.
J. B. Morgan was elected Cor
A. C. McClain, W H. Wright
and A. S. Randolph tendered
their resignations "as Turnpike
Superintendents, which was re
ceived and. the offices declared
F. P. Fulton, Jno. Y. Gill
and Wr.' J. Stegall were elected
J. II. Burnam, Theo. I Ian-is
and A. S. Randolph were elected
Poor House Commissioners by
D. C." Sherrell, J. Wr. Rawls
and L. C. Butler were elected
Turnpike Superintendents by ac
clamation. The report of the commission
ers of the Elk River Bridge near
Perkins' mill was received and
ordered, to record. .
A motion to appropriate 7,-
500 to build a bridge across Elk
river near Bass' bridge was de
feated. The report of Superintendent
Rives was presented and receiv
ed, showing tho scholastic popu
lation to be white males, 3,liK);
do females, 2,921; total whites,
G,lll; colored males, 92G; do
females,827; total colored, 1,753;
grand total, 7,8(54. Teachers
employed, white males,- 53; do
Iemales 39; colored males, 18; do
females, 7; total, 117. Number
of schools, white, 91; colored, 25;
total, 110. Graded schools, 3;
consolidated do. 2. White pu
pils enrolled, 4,578;--lo colored,
1,245; total, 5,813. Average
pay of teachers, 30 per month.
On motion, the sheriff was or
dered to sell the old stoves and
piping not used by the county.
On motion, the superintendent
of the work-house was ordered
to make contracts for special
Judge N. 1. Carter presented
his report, on claims, as follows,
which was approved:
I(!e. & Co., coal $ 4Ci.LZ
John Duncan, indigency,. .
W. J. Slegnll,
Nuthau Uary, work in cis
tern S. J. McConls, coffin,
Marshall & l'ruce, books, . .
II. H. Carlin, repairing
W.J. Dafulson, brick,....
Sam. Davi, col.,
J. 11. ISurnnm, sand, ...v.
F. IS. Dickey, coftiiu
Wright & Wi'son, goods,..
Geo. II. lioyles, hauling, .
J. H. Hamelt, do ....
N. A. Taylor, guard,
J. C. & V. SI. Kelso, goods,
II. Harris, goods
Tavel, Eastman fc Ilotrell,
Foi-inwalt & Wilson, collina,
. W. C Morgan, receipt hook,
II. L. Moore, goods,
Dagley Bros., goods,. . . . . .
J . K. Urunion, cotlins; ....
Jack Goodwin, good,....
W. II. Foster, cos's,
'J. W. Bawls, lumber,
l'inkey 1'yiar.t, coflin,..
II. II. gilyio. & Co., good, 101 TO
Win. Msukum, wind,.
T. J. McGarvf y, work, Ac,
W. J. Stegall. bi-TCk, Ac... .
Lewis reach, cistern tops,.
Caimnck & Keeling, work
on bridge,. . 37.33
W. A. Webb, work, 7.X)
Ward & Short, goods 3 2"
N. O. Wallace, printing,. . . SMX)
Fmith & Miles, drugs GO
BlaVe MaPhail. goos.. . 22. 12
Elk Bivcr Woolen Mills,
E. J. Camlron, colHn 5 00
CIiewjACKSox sBEST Sweet Xarf Vobaec.
Real Estate Transfers
The following transfers of rea
estate have been acknowledged
since our last report.
Lincoln Savings Bank to J.J.
Cummins, 40 acres in Dili dis,
G. W. Lane, B. E. Lane, W.
II. Ashby and L. J. Lane to II.
li. Brown, 53 acres in 5th di,
. Pleasant Halbert to L.L.Cole
and others, 2 acres in 1st d'r-;20.
Quentin Marshall to Nancy
Vaughn, 22. acres in 1st dis,$S0
Eben. Hill to Sarah E-dick,
1401 acres in 21st dis, $1,500.
D.AV. Holman and J. D. Till
man to C. A. Diemer, business
house and lot in 8;h dis, 2,000.
Why let your Baby suffer and perhips
e, when a bottle of Dr. Hull's laly Sh
ould at once relieve it anu emci a
cure, rrico cents.
LIST OP LETT EUS
Ilemainiiifr in the post-office,
Fay cttc ville,Tuesday , Ja n.7,79 :
RogleMis Dr 2
Bond Mrs Jemima
Drennan J J C
Everson ilrs Emily
Grity Mrs M C
Grills W J
Gunter T S
Hail J II . .
Hale Miss Nannie
Hnj;hey Miss Laura
IUrris T T
McDnugal David J
M. Cnllough W A
McCullough Mrs 0
Ri:chey A L
Soulhwortli W D
Stroet Mrs E F
Suflotd Dr David
Sorrow J P
Stokely S D
Thompson C N
Triplett Wm G
Vickeis O W
Wright J V
Wal;ea E J
Warren Mrs Mag
Jone Mrs Ammda S
Moely Mrs Sallio
McFarland D S
Persons calling for the above
letters will ilcase say adeertited.
W. B. DOUTIIAT, P. M.
List of Casualties in tbe 8tli Ten
nessee at tlic Battles of the
Company A Capt. Ban. O.
Puryear, head and heel, slight';
Lieut. Francis tunningnam,tool
and leg; David BuCord, knee
amputated ; Henry Bradley, toe,
slight; George Beal, mouth,
slight; Thos. 3Iaddon, leg and
heel, slight; John Blackwell,
Company B -Killed, John L.
Brown. "Wounded, L. A. Croft,
f1tf-wTtf- Tiimno T-ii'ifl Tr .
uulit csiim. taiuto xaiioj ve
slight; 'NVm. C. Beeves, thigh,
slight; George luves, groin and
thigh, severe; George Brown,
shoulder, slight; Serg't Colum
bus Davis, thigh; Obediah Har
den, back, slight; Wm. B. Har
rison, thigh, slight; John Gar
rett, head, slight.
Company C Killed, John
D. Bond, thigh, slight; Lieut.
J. G. McE-.ven, shoulder, slight;
J. M. Hives, flesh wound in
breast; H. R. Carty, 6houlder,
slight; E. W. Buchanan, leg,
slight ; J. R, Gilbert, leg and an
kle, severe; C. B. Metcalf, leg;
Orderly G. C. Carmack, leg and
abdomen; J. J. Cummins, arm;
H. C. Dembert, thigh; Corp.
Wm. II. Merritr, shoulder; G.
W. Porter, leg.
Company D Lieut. Henry
CIark, arm and leg; Lieut. Jas.
Leonard, back, severe; Frank
Moore, thigh; F. M. Pilant,
Company E Wm. Raney,
fool ; Peter Flannigan, foot; Lt.
Norris Flint, thigh broken; C.
Dcwitt, slight flesh wound.
Company F Stephen F. Cope
land, arm and wrist.
' Company G Killed, John C.
Brown. Wounded, Lee Saddler,
in leg; II. II. Roberts, knee and
arm ; J as. Ilamlett, in arm; John
D. Brown, slight. ...
Company II Jas. S. Brown,
- Company I J. L. Brooks, in
arm; Ja. S. Luna, in arm; Robt.
MeRory, in shoulder; James M.
Brooks, in hand; James Talley,
in leg; Serg't Thos. Brcnt,Mhoul
dcr. Company K--Wm. S. Scbas
taiu, shoulder, severe; W. N.
Brown, in hand; James Crane,
both eyes shot out; Wiley Car
rigan, in hand; Ben. I). Morgan,
in finger; Asa Street, in finger;
Julius M. Shelling, thigh,Hlight.
IlSlF Amounts of School
Funds. Pro rated Jan. 7, 1879.
1st di,"!?178.80; 2nd dis, $90.(30;
:rd lis, 119.40; .4th dis, 255;
5th dis, 274.20; Gth dis, 282;
7th dis, 170.40; 8th dis,550.20;
9th dis, 100.20; 10th dis, 240;
11th dis,148.80; 12th dis, 147;
13th dis, 204; 14th dis,101.40;
15th dis, 151.80; 10th dis,150;
17th dis, 198.(30; 18th dis,183;
19th dis, $218.40; 20th dis.159;
21stdis,204.00; 22d dis,100.S0;
2:3d dis, 108; 24th dis 104.40;
25th dis,139.80. Total;4718.40.
d3 Specimen copies of the
Farmers1 Review may be seen
at this office. This is the excel
lent monthly that, wc propose to
give to Observer subscribers.
HON. A. II. STEPHENS, the great
Statesman of the South, wri e: ' I have
used Durang's Rheumatic Remedy for
rheumatism, with great benefit. I cheer
fully recommend it." It never fails to
cure. S .Id by all Druggist. Send for
circular to II. K. IJe'phenstiue, Washing
ton, D. C. not. 7 8m
ESr If you want to send
your children to one 'of the hest
Schools in the South, send them
to Mulberry Institute.
EDW, ySr. IIALIJACII.
,ohvllc. Ten ii.
Rrnn, sneked in depot, I2 per ton.
Raci n sides A shoulders, 3(?3
hams, GJ; from siures nb. ut .'c. advsncn
Ctton mi Idling, 8'4'; good mi "tllinr, 9.
Coffee Rio, common to choice. I31H
P lb; Laguyra. 17018; Java, 25(27.
CornLoose fi-om wagon, 15.; sofd
sacked iu depot, A'l).
Cabbage per hundred, f 10.
Driod Fruit apples, 2c; peaches, (juar
lor, 2c; hulvcs. 2c.
Egs Fioni fi-nt hantN, 20; ps kel, 23c.
Flour fancy, bbl, 5.50; clioico family
5.00; Kuperlins, $3.50.
Feathers S rictly choice, 37c.
LardHart & Henslej's new Snow FUke,
tierces, fi'c; krg, 7,'jc; bucleN, 8.-.prim;t
Oats, in depot, 32
I'eanuts. 344 per pound.
Foultry hens, 15 young chickens,
8 'Cc. Turkeys, 5c, gross
Salt,T bushel barre?, $1.00.
Sirupa N. O. molasses, 35 J 12c; goldon
sirup 45 50c.
Wh.-at 75(2 .
' Wool unwashod,l7(320; waahed,25223
lttyorltd weekly for the Obskrvhr. fly II
T-. Cor ife Urn., i'rtxlac M rchanlt.
ovex White (ne) .
TrAs (Clay) ,
Bacos ShouMers . . ,
C. Sides . . . .
Bt'i K Shoulders . . .
Djies'd Chickens ...
Lard In bbls
In cans ,
Hcttek choice ....
3.75- a 125
" .00(31 10
' 75.d So
7 '-i n 8
....1.502 fXror bbl
FEATiiEHa Nevr. ,
....2.2.(33 25 verbbl
Last Mondav John K-
Neal, of Rhea county, wau elect
ed speaker of the State Senate.
D. C. Long," of Madin;n, clerk,
T. S. Steele, of Bedford, a.s't.
clerk. Mi-s. Eliza Cook, of "Wil
liamson, Eng r o s s i n g clerk.
Couldn't agree on sergeant-at-
In the House, H. T. Fow Ikes,
of Williamson,was elected Speak
er on the tenth ballot, E. B.
Wade, of Williamson, .clerk on
the second, and John Slack, of
Sullivan, assistant clerk on tho
Licenses hare been issued to tha f allow
ing parties since our last
O.J. Sebastian and Ellen Durham.
R.I). Whitworth and II. T. George
J. P. McClure and Elizabeth Gaott.
T. WT. Warren and Elizabeth Stcdia.in. .
Alexander Neeley and 8. J. Caker.
N. H. George acd Margaret Cojgs.
J. M. Cole and ilary I'hiiips.
Arch Greer and Mollie Curcphcll.
l'hil. Rftgins and Catherine McOavr.
Jim Patterson and Delia Bueli in-.n.
Riram Fulton and Sue Gilljpi.
Nelson Vinzant and Ann Stone.
Tn thiii county, in 22d dis, of paralvsis,
Tuesday. 31st ult., Mrs". ELVA UOI'lylXS,
relict of Green Hopkins, dec- aud about
In this county, nenr Lincoln, Thursday,
2nd inst., of inters usception of thu bowel
Mrs. ELIZAI5KTH MARY ANN Da
UAVEX, wife of Smuei De Uarcn, E.,
aged 50 years. H
FIRST-CLASS second hand.
sewing machine for half its ralue lor cash.
Apply at the 0i)3sitvBu office.
3Xiit bo Closed!
W. T. 8TRANE of the firm of
VINIXG & ST KANE,
cn be found at tho FIRST NATIONAL
BANK with the bjoks of the firm. Vi
ar anxious t wind up tho old business,
which must be done at once. Jau9 3i
rJllE firm or
AVOODS & WOODARD,
attorneys-at-law, was di.soWed by ronlual
conscut on the lt inst. All persons ow
ing the firm must call and lottls, and thoe
having claims agaiust it will present theui
fir payment. j9 3t
ffHE spring scsmoo of this school will
X- be opened on
Tho 13th of January, 1879,
undr the supervision of
P. IIIMEDAUOlf f
assisted by able teachers. Tuition 20 per
ent. less than before. Incidental fee ne
dollar, to be paid in advance. Tuition one
half due at the middle of the session, the
other half at the end of the sos
sion. Board from eight to ten dollars per
month. For further particulars address,
j.m.9 lm Trincipal.
Vick's Floral Guide.
V !wauUr1 work of 19) Pusre. One CoJor1 FUwer
Plate, and 800 llliintrmioii. wliii l)?Tipi ku vt
b be Klowen nw VryetalHvs and how to irnw
Hiein. All fur a rivaCaT STiMr. Iu kngliib ur
l Klowrr and VeetaM Ganlen. 1T5 Ptgtt,
six fdoivti I'latM.aiM niMjr himdrwl Kni t jf .
Kor30reHti in p -rrvor; ll.UOiu elutfaut cloth.
In ;irmnn or Knlih.
Vlrk'a llluolrntrd Tlonlhly ?Ia-aali
W I'aifM. olirrd I'lMte in rrerr intra In-r ami ina
iit lim-fiijraTinirt. I'riw $1 K a'renr; Kirelnpies
f,rJ.sno. ix iinfB Nnmlx-r ent for 10 nti.
Vicka Kerl are tho l-t in tha wurM. Cen t
Fviitm.Zinr for riAkU OliDB. rontaininx
LLIanJ rrUen. and plentv of inrrmntion. Ad
d.eis J. JIM VK'K, ljo-liotcr, X. T.
k BLACK WELL'S
ran make money f.ikter at work for n than at
anvlhinx ! Capital not reitiirtl ; wa wilt
st.-irt toii. II'J por ilarit hunt tnnds by tha i
dustriu. 1n. w onico. bov and rirU wmitr.1
errrwht-re to work fr ui SW t the tim.
t ontiy otitilt and tunu Irwt. AdUroa Tarn A t o.,
AtisuiU, Jlalnc. march IS ly
Till BTV-rOl 111 II YEAR.
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Wrrkly NewtpitjMir of .'ixt.wn Pf. prinu.l in
tha ino.t hcautiful style, pruriiavly illutiu.i wlM
tplunilid ensravinx, rorerntin)f ilia witmI l
Trntions ami th int recent Advanrvt in tli .Vrt
ami ijienre; inrliidinx Sew and lntarvttiity
K;u-,t ill Arrii-.wlture. liortkaltura. thm llru...
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elildo puotae. Dwimnt to A)tiit4. finale tmp
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by km.iI vnit-r to ilLNN & Co., fulilikhrra, il
I'urk Kw. Nrw Voik.
1 TfF''W ronnrtion with Im
S.JL Mi M. 'cicnltfic AiNerla.
W?-!r. linn 1 Io. ara h.irinr- of Auiten.i
and Foreirn I'atonts. have had St rarrJ.i i-n .
aud now h.no Ilia l.irx-t vrtitti.hi:irnt in the
worl l I'ateut ara oliuiiiu I on Ilia I! of term-.
A irinl nfitii-a i nm-la iw the Mr IrMlli iti A
mcriraal ot mII lnti fnti-lft tlimuxh I'"
Af-ncT. wMh thv B:tin and rai.-nnr of tha I'ai
rHttH. Jlv II. a lUitixiitr rttrulmiiiu tim Klx-n.
puldio all DiiTi t! Oirrrled ti tlit nitriii l lh
lliti n. pitlcut. ai d nh oi lutrwluo juu QlUn ca
Any N'W ho h i iMV!a a Uuiv dhu-nrcry rr i
rention, can a'-frt:itn iter o! rhir. h-thw a
patnt ran pmlitil Ihj uluain. l. by rmn to
the undtiiiMhl Wa n rn. t'rr war Hnti
I'.uuk n x-t:! tha I'atrnt Imw. futntiti. t avi
Trat'it.ktrlL.. ihrir i-its. aiuf how .m aral. itM
hints fr rHm tun advaiu-v in inVhititH!.. .ti
drui lor lli" I'h mt or niiifcrumi r.iant-
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ricninntlr and fii. aPiir linl I dilrr
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