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Spring is fast approaching
and now is the time to prepare
for it.... So come at once and
buy yonr hanies, trace, .collars,
plows, garden toolsjfishing tack
le anl in fact e ci tiling 30a
iiccd from 11. 11. Ogilvie & Co
at panic prices. We are receiv
ing goods every week and keep
the hist; Ladies will do well to
call and examine their stock of
Table and pocket 'cutlery, ,wc
have the finest and best scis
sors in America. All persons
indebt! to us or 7. . Ogtlcie
must pay up: we need money
and must have it.
Sr Ve have goods and are
hound to sell them. AVc mean it.
T. C. Goonnicn &Co.
Elk River Woolen Mill Store
Oilers inducements in an extra
Jot of Jeans Girthing;
All wool Jca js;
Gray. Jeans, IJ yards for $1;
Varus, Linsoys, U'ankets.
Men's Sh.a w ls,sno v- w hi t e G u n
lerpanes, Dry Goods and Gro
ceries at reduced price.
Our Mr. J. IV. Harnett will
lie pleased to see his old friends
Country Pitdnce wanted.
2r If you want ready-made
Clothing go to
'J'. C. Goodkich & CV.
HERE. WE ARE, ..
. On the south side Public
"Square under Bright Hall, of
fering at Hard Pan prices our
fresh stock of drugs, medicines,
coal oil, garden seed, toilet
roods, school and miscellaneous
O J ... ,
booksfcgars and tobacco.. Our
resei iptionist, Dr. 'W. C.
JJIMGUT, will fill your pres
criptions with great accuracy.
Don't -forgeV young man", thai
we have a large lot of Valen
t iocs. , j. (fooi)Wi N & G11.L.
Heavy Skirmishing at Hie
At the Aquarium in Xew York
the leading, feat, in-the exhibi
tion, i. putting into a large can
non a beautiful young lady and
shooting her out in the arena
litanee of .thirty feCt. If 'du
ring the' late war the Yankees
had fired such missiles at the
Johnny Kcbs .the war would
c'iutiuued until -now. So says
1. T. Murray. he having a!-
1 1 - t . . . 1 . . . . 1 1 1 .
1' 1 1 t
out his B.y State Shoe anil Lea
ther CVs Standard screw boots
and allocs. His geni's, boy's
and youth's hats,his ready-made
clothing, ladies' hats,T shawlsT
1 1 oaks an I d res's
As Phil, is now "paddling his
wn canoe," he is desperately
in need of money and will scilj
unheard-of bargains from now
until the first of March.
Villicr Bead nor Sleeping.
But I have removed my shop
from next door to Lamb & Till
man's to the
HILL 'SMITH SHOP
one lot South of my residence,
where I will be, pleased to meet
m'y (ormer cu-tonH-r- or others
in need of work. I ie only the
l)C8t seasoned lumber and can
fm -nislryou a good job for low
money in cash.
AV; J. Davidsox.
KlicuniattKin Quickly Cured.
I)urnnif- IthiMimaUc UciiuMv." the prrat Is.
TliiNil. MUtuCIMt. w ill ix.silivoly chit nnv cjim
ir li'.i -uui iii " " nf 1,''h I'rit-e II
r Im.:i1c fix t'til. 5 9oll 1V H hil.i.alw.inl
1'i-inil Ii iitf.Sila- Kou'tlail Ij m'U'I l'"r irvular
,., !l, l.oiitiue X l-.cuik-v. OrtissiM. W.Miinrtou.
J, . ct. 1B-6UI
. . .
If you want 10 pounds of su
trar for ?l, call at
fc PJTTS & Co's.
3 The Trade Palace hap
the c'iinpest nnd hcl stck ol
VtVts: and ShH'8 that whs ever
brought io this town. Come and
If you want -1 pounds choice
coflee fr 1, call at
Pitts & Co s.
Call at the residence of
j Oaldwell and see ihrf bitflvJ
Jmorovwl lig? ti ; -ranninjr-. D
tnetic Swiitf M. chine with the
most perfect ur.J.-Tbwi.l- vv in- j
vent-j' j "f "eLiue- 2 '
1 - I "'" '
J. E. CALmVfLL & Co.
car For through instruction,
d boaiM nna.iumon ai pnet-H ,
u sait the. times, tend to Mul-
11 . M.Vlif .t..,
- - Principal.
If you want a 7-buhel bar-
1 if s ilt for 82.50, call at
l i itts CVs.
ATTLN 1 10. li A 1)1 LS,
rin r..r!Sf.t8 nt ot) w 1 Hi 7oc.
OVJ ,, ,. . t
i ,! lre al1 quall,,t,,, u,r
t,. at equally l" pric t the
fcetS til I TllADE I'ALACE -
ways a lnc 01 me oeau.uiu h- i.t. n!,bt ami in.isf rxpen
lore his eyes, tells the 1 1 ulh as : Hll(.lH hu.,s in ibi eonirnunity
well as vU 'the cheapen goods j ye ',u lt a midi r (i
in the -country, taking quality 1 ,,,.,1,. lt(.,.lt 8uit ,1,,. lfir,
into eon'uleialion.. So uian,Ljim,s Exnuiiue our gouds, pri
woman or chihl sliould be with- Le. .....1 ... i,.,,,,,..
1 1 ' l rheuiuatisni, w itli great lienenr. T iheer
tt r.n 'want old Whisky, Chcap lun recommend it.- It never fail to
If yoil uLUK.A -"-re- S .id l.y !l Dn.p.U. S.nd Tor
.1, liwri'tilll Or -Wholesale, ... . lt-V ---.-..J!.: r..i.:-
at Pitts & Cos.
Thursday, March 0, 1879.
TVewcftaiM-r Advcrtlkin- Iturrau n r,:UC
SiS ME?f VRfSff
nity Uu ruuilu Jur n la
Yes, that's it: we presume we
rliave to resume, and in order to
resume we' are now selling our
entire stock of merchandise at
resumption prices. I will give;
von a few just to open your eves
Jjest tted Ticking- 18- cents,
worth .() cents. Medium 10$
cents "worth cents. ' Pest
Brown Domestic (5 cents. A
Good Jeans for 28 cents, worth
10 cents. Best All - AVool 9 oz.
.Ie:niK '.Y.M rents ' .-A' Good l)ne-l
skin Jeans X7h and ."40 cents, j Satterfield the latter said, "John
worth 50 and GO cents. Bleach ny, go away and let me alone:
1 )oniestics 5, G," 7i, 8 nnd 10
cents. All Wool IJnsey for 18
cents, good, and heavy. Best
Brogan Shoe $1 .25. Cable Screw
Shoe $1.35. Heavy Boots 2.
Clothing at. and below cost. I
stated some time ago in my cir
cular that I wanted to make, a
change in my business; I am;
still in the same notion and mean
what I say. If you 'want the
advantage of low prices come
q u i c k . Because resumption j western part of the county, is a
placed gold at par you must not bout fifty years old and has a
get it into your head that we are j wife and several children. Sat
too proud to take Bring it a- terficW u al)0ut lhirty.five vcars
J. A. LUMPKIN.
fZzjjr Cloaks and Shawls in
t'ndlffd variety, ptyle, color and
price at the Trade Palace
Jir The cheapest nnd . best
line ul Alpaccnn ht the
13 100 piiis2 b-itton ladies'
I'll . iM ' .l lMFft .1
kij giuveu uii worm i.ou aijvour valuable paper, I hope I
If you want to send,"1 circle of correspondents; I
your children to one of the best have taken your excellent paper
.schools 111 the South, Kcnd them
10 Jiuioerrv institute.
KDW! W. HALBACH.
THE REASON WHY
vVe cn oil'T to t lj e triidii ol .Faj
eilevilltf nd vicinity, the .bott t
lected nnd th'' cheapest etcck' of
'mi l- nvi r 1 iid licTirM nnv (niii I
umni'.v is, we buy fur cah (romov ,ml 1,1KT.V stIV ovcr the
1 ' " ' ' ' NasSAUER cVTIlI'SII
Elk Hi ver Flouring Mills. '
Those mills, one mile from
Fayetteville, have recently been
thoroughly lepaired and fur
nished with new bolting cloths
land t he latent -1 nd most approved
machinery, and can turn out bet
tor Flour than avy other mill in
the county. YVe are now ready
to grind at all limcVand guaran
tee satisfaction to customers.
YVe invite farmers to gie us a
trial. Ueaudkx & Thomas.
CLOTH LAG! CLOTH 1 3 G!
Firrst q-iaiity lattst styles
lowest piiciB fit fiuiranUed at
t he Tkade Palace
From J'er. W. I). Cherry.
I rrt s ' T .
j enn esse? Conference. I liave;ti,e BWeetest of fiowers, is the
known my friend, Prof. .IlallMcb, j wisu uf a true friend.
irsevyi aiyvars, anU regara himj;
as one of the best t"cachers:nnd I
most5 thoroughly ported gentle-
men in l ho Slate of Tennessee;
AY'e are 'prepared to print Horse
and .lack bills in the best style! Dr. J. L. Shy, a prominent phy
and at the lowest prices. ()urLician of this county, living four
stock of pictures is unusually -i r 1 1 .
. ..- " - ! miles from here. - last evening
large and attractive. , th j , . , ,
- 11l;.': .. 1 . 'rode up to where a hoy named
From Jhm.,lL M. Tilhiiati.Yotr was attending to some
hjbiville. 2W-llaving had
nl """V10 nIrf
V t , " ; "ltrom Ins grounds. A bitter
teacher, I lake pleasure 111 y-au. t,nsn wi Shv c!rew: a
ingthat he is an erudite and
-I I . "1.1 . ..
niorougn .cuuK.rau , i.auat. eami
- fiu - icni teacher; in lact, I know
inent clunic!eni:cs as a bkill-
till illlU BlICL'CfSllll fililLiUUI. II
i.. I 1 r..i . 1 . i
Xew Ad veil ferments.
X. P. Caiht-k, Fsq., will give
j)rompt and satitl;ctory attention
to all business entrusted to him.
The Vibrator Thresh.er.
2 cents Keward. ...... r
y..t. imct ion btlUs0 (0XlKU coV
miction bouse doubjf-
uniiijtnd particularly note the
very low prices. -
HON. A. H. tTi:iIIi:NS, the prat
Siau Mnu tif the South, v rich: 'I Lave
'usid burniig'it llheuinaiic l.'enitdy for
rheuiuatisni, with great lienefir. ,T iheer-
un, u. c. utv. 7 m
" ll III -llllll IfMMglli I illlll IIIH II III II F' ' - .m
A Tight lYliIch May rroye Fatal.
Last Monday evc'nliig, about
sbc oVcck, JchnBlsir andYil-
lis Satterfield became involved in
a dispute at, Alexander's saloon,
i 011 the west side" of the Square,
.both being under the influence
jot whiskey, whicli terminated in
the former cutting the latter in
the region of the heart, inflicting
an ugly wound, about lour inches
in length, which will possibly
The circumstances arc as fol
lows: Satterfc'eld was in the sa
loon and Blair went in and began
to curse him, whereupon Satter
field drew his knife, but was in
duced to put -it in his pocket.
On Blair beginning to advance on
I'm not "afraid of you." Blair
continued to advance when Sat
terfield picked up a chair and
knocked him to the floor with it.
As Blair arose he struck at Sat
terfield Avith his knife inflicting,
as is thought, a death wound in
the vicinity of the heart.
Both are well-to-do farmers.
Blair, who is from the south-
old and is also a man of family.
He lives on the Johnson place
four miles south of town. Blair
was arrested and put in jail.
Xeau Pi:Ti:nhKrrG, March 3,
1870 Ed. Observer Ah this is
'mv first attempt at writing for
i may be admitted to your plcas-
;rur some months, and have read
a n d enjoyed communications
from other places, and I would
like you to aecept one from cur
vicinity. Petersburg is growing
extensively, a tin shop is to be
opened there soon, it 's rumored
that Mrs. Doily will open anoth-
store; I hope that she will and be
successful. AVe have had some
pleasant weather, and the farm-
ers seem disposed to umake hay
while the sun shires," as they
are ja-eparing to plant ;-corn.
Some of them are plowing up
their wheat and "planting corn;
this argues bad fc.r the county
if it is general. Mr. Hannaway
has moved into our midst; we are
glad to have his family in our
vicinity, his two lovely daugh
ters add to our community very
much. -AY'e have, lost one of our
gay young ladies, but hope some
other will fill her place.
On the evening of the 21st
at the residence of Mr. Jas
Tally, James P. Tekkv, of Flat
Creek A'illage, and Aliss Mollie
Tally; the Pev. J. E. Frost
performed the ceremony, AYl X.
Tally and Aliss Fannie Pigg,
Air McCill, of Shelbyville,
and Aliss Alary Edmiston were
the attendants. The bride was
indeed beautiful. Air. Terry has
'a fair flower, one that he may
be proud of. A woman whose
attainments, both intellectual
and domestic, are of the first or
der. Many will join me in'wish
ing her and her '"liege lord" all
the happiness imaginable. May
their pathway be strewn with
FatalFight near Franklio,
I11 Which Doctor Shy is Shot to the
Fraxkli.v, Tenn., Feb. 27.
stock, and demanded why Young
removed a diul eow
tft, u1 1 fi. Yni1T,
v,ho ymV a show(r of
jSniK,s Shy advanced on Young,
wlio ran into Ins Jiouse near by.
n,T wT .,
and firetl, causing a terrible
wound in Shy's left side just a
j hove the vest pocket. Shystag
jgercd home, dying in the night.
To-night a sociable for the ben
efit of St. John Ixdgc Xo. 121,
tol-i001 Templars, will be given at
vuo-rcuos iuui,au.i ail inei.iusiffrocns fn,m the well-known nur-
Ul illlV V tllU Illll.H lf ill
tend. Kefi-eshments will be
supplied under the management
of a committee of ladies and
gentlemen. Admittance 25 cts.
H2eT Kight to fifteen inches J
snow in Ohio' last Sunday. I
- r, .rr;-
Congress adjourned cn
: Three white men were
jailed on Monday last. - .
fjSF3 There was no Xorthern
mail on last Tuesday evening
OSf The Spring fights open
ed lively last Monday. There
were several collisions.
115 "o ; religious services
were held in Fayetteville Sun
day night, owing to the inclem
Jjlf President Hayes has ve
toed the bill limiting Chinese im
migration to installments of fif
teen. A severe lreezing spell
is predicted on the 12th day of
March, 1870. Every one J)c
JiP Governor Maries' veto of
the insurance bill is cordially
approved by business men and
CSir The corporation scales
have been removed to Smith's
meat market. The scale house
is to be fitted up for the fire cn-
HgJpAbout forty medical stu
dents graduated from thcXash
ville Medical College last
Wednesday. Xow look out for
In accordance with the
old adage that March comes in
like a lamb and goes out like a
lion, we may expect boisterous
weather at the close of the month.
t&gT If all the 'property in
tic state of Tennessee was tax
ed .proportionately with two
horse wagons it would yield the
enormous sum of seventy-eight
million dollars. " .
Or" The negro man who had
his leg crushed by Col. Bobin
son's team running away with
him .last .week, an account of
which we published, died Mon-
1 T A
liAYe are informed by
some of our farminu: friends that
the late cold weather has injured
their wheat to such an extent
lt,,nt t,KT will in some places
plow it up and plant corn.
ilSiF The Pennsylvania Leg
islaturej in a session of a month,
passed but one act, and that not
an important one. Oh, for such
a Legislature, and that it might
assemble but once in three years.
Jj" It is rumored that Sam
uel J. Tilden is physically inca
pacitated for ever again repre
senting his party, by paralysis
ol ins vocal organs. Jt is known
that he has throat troubles, but
not as serious as is reported.
Over one hundred and
fifty rats have keen killed at the
grain house of Ilolman & AY'oods
within the past thirty days. O
ver .fifty were found alter the
burning o f Kelso's stable,
that had been killed by the heat.
The con r t-h ousc at
tout nine years azo cost thei1
people of Jackson county twen-,1
ty-live thousand dollars, wrs
burned last week. It is believ
ed to be the work of an incen
diary. 0 Mrs. M. E. (Puss) Hill
of this place has removed to 'Mo
lino where she will have charge
of a school. She is an excel
lent teacher, cxpenenced, pains
taking and earnest, and those
who avail themselves of the op
portunity for educating their
children will be pleased.
flEThc bravest man in Ohio,
William Smith, lived near Tole
do. He married two wives and
tried to live with them both.
Mrs. 'Smith Xo. 1, presented him
with a fine boy, Mrs. Smith Xo.
2, a pair of Smiths bouncing
twins. Smith couldn't stand that
so he skipped out.
j3 T'e aixv informed that a
team owned by a man named
Moore ran away on the Peters
burg turnpike half a mile from
jtown, Monday. A woman was
in the wagon and on jumping
out had a no broken, the driver
wes dragged about two hundred
yards before the team
a as .
PSTMrs. M. G McDonald
jhas on hand a nice lot of ever-
scry of Truett's Sons & Morgan,
which she proposes to sell at
mu-sery prices. Those who may
stand in need of such will find
it to their advantage to call and
examine. Roses and pot How-(
ers will be received in season,
2fciF,,AY"c have been Compli
mented several times within the
week upoir the excellent letters
printed in the last ..Obsekyfk
from Blanche and Molino. The
i one from Petersburg a few weeks
ago was of the same character.
We would like to have corres
pondents from every post office
in the countyand will send the
OnsEiiVEH free to such as will
regularly, say every two or three
weeks, write us news letters for
publication, j .
EST -At the ammal meeting
of the 'stockholders "of. the Fay
etteville and Petersburg Turn
pike Company, held in this place
last Saturday, the. following di
rectors were elected: L. L. Clark,
Thos. Hampton, F. B. Terry j
Pleasant Halbert, AY. KAVrightj
Alex. McColIum and D. "NY. Hol
man. The Board organized and
elected D. AY. Holman, presi
dent; A. B. AYoodard, secretary
and treasurer. It was resolved
to build the road to Petersbunr
as soon as the weather will per
mit the Work to be done.
The stable back of Kel
so's store, in this place, was burnt
last Thursday morning about 10
o'clock. AVhen discovered the
flames had possession of the in
side of the building and were
passing' in seemingly uncontroll
able power through . the roof.
Soon the engine reached the place
and was speedily, put to work.
AVhercver its stream went the
ilames were ; immediately extin
guished. "The' Champion gains
friends with every exhibition of
its efficiency. The loss was small.
the stable being old, and , the
hay r.nd other contents being.
worth, perhaps, ?2j. The firei
was, it is thought,- accidental.
ii33 rne majority and minor
ity reports of the "ring'" commit
tee have been presented to the
t.IKL 1 I
coiuuiiiaiious 111 inistaii, as nas
been asserted. T h e b a d 1 y
smirched individual J s. Thos.
Atchison, editor of the Xashvillo
,. -,, ' t.nKenng tne judiciary. j imm
is a creditable tact that thev re-1 . . 0 .',..
, Al . - . " ! h under consurrratKin redistnct
port the existence 01 normzsort. , . .
. . ,1 . r'i. L 1 ' liuq: the State into twentv-one
Banner, who, the report says, Hawkins; 2nd. Hancock, Clai
''oftered the influence of his cbl-j borne'. Union, (i rainier, Jiam
umns to the bondholders for a; hlen, JelVerson and Cocke;. .'rd.
money consideration,", and that ! vicr, iilotiut and Knox; 4th.
he received at one time "seven-! Andersou, Campbell, Scot-, lor
, . .. ' ' tfan, Koanc, X umberland, r en-
teen . dollars and fifty cents forjf Qverton and rutnam; othL
inserting an article as an
rial on the side of the bohd'.iold-
ers." Since then the lianner ed
itor has mouthed freely of rings
and conniptions, bloated bond
3 liefercncc to our Legis
lative 2votes will show that a bill
has been introduced in the Wis-
lature repealing the act estab
lishing Reconlers' courts in va-
rious places, Fayetteville among ,
the number. i o petition, to oiir Diekson, Humphreys, Stewart,
knowledge, has been forwarded' Houston, Hickman and Renton;
asking for the abolishment ..' tf! l"th. Wayne, Harden, Me Xairy,
1 . " . ;l)ecatur, Hendci-son, IVrrv and
our court, but on the contrary a ' T . ...x , ,, Tr - ,
.. . . - , ilicwis; loth. Carroll, Henry and
general desire is expressed for , Weakley; 17th. "Obion, Lake,
its continuance. The belief pie-j Dyer and Gibson; 18th. Lauder
vails, by a large majority, that it daIe,Haywocd,Tipton and Crock
has been a powerful agent in sur ' 19th. Madison, 1 lardeman
? . 1 , "
iow 11. wuoicsonie orcau .1
its enforcement has a )rompt
and salutary. influence with tur
bulent characters. On Saturda v
last at a meeting of our mtihici-ian election shall be held on .the
pal beard was held, at which the first -Thursday in August, 1879,
repeal of the law was deprecated, ! and that from and after Septcm
after which a petition was circu- i her. ; 1879, .the . courts shall be
lated and freely signed respect-1 held under this law.
fully asking the Legislature to! vT'
please let layettevilie alone."
Jj"" J. Tin mp. AVilsou, who
was killed in Texas, was held in
high esteem bv those who knewi011"'"' wi;h',aJ .rnin. illul siM.,w
1 1 ? i V i: i'i " htmi 'I 1 . -. T.J.
olth Jmrat savs ,
1 in. re-maws 01 u.e iare 1 ncm-
as "Wilson, the beloved and cs-
teemed Sheriff of ,Palo Pinto!
i-i : ri .1.. n-i i
county arrived by exi'icss iromj wcath.er, v. ith local rain or snow
Austin on last evening's train. 1 storms; 11th to KHli, clear cr
; "Thirty-six members f the'ek-arinsr: Kith to 20th. end in rr in
j Odd Fellows' Ixxlge of this city ,
were pivsent at the depot and re-j heavy and severe storms m pla
ceived the remains of their late xes; 20th to 22nd, clear or fair;
brother and escorted them in ' &$nl to 20 h, clouding and threat
state to their ledge rooms, where U-ning, ending with local storms;
the usual ceremonies were per-' 2(5th to 28th, clear, or fair; 29th
formed. ' , ho 31st, clouding, threatening
"The hotly w ill leave this city ' weather, with heavy and severe
this morning by special convey-
nnee I o r eatiiern 111, . where
f o r
If At r 1 i
jmany of his friends and familv i
relatives will meet thcin. AVe
, . lii.ii in 1. 1 . i !
unuersiaiKi inai ne w ui oc Durieu !
in AVcatherford, under the auspi- j
ces of the I. O. O. F. Lodge of j.
His sudden and unexix-ctcd
death is the source of universal "'iM, J.v , T T
... i j. -v" it .! Almut Mrs Vary ' Itdniin I 4
regret tlmughout isorth-westi A1 Uon Mis, Heitie McLin iwthuij
Texas, where he was widely cnif)bii Wn rri GeoW,
known and liighly esteemed, by j tfJ.w f WelV slel c
hosts of friends, lor Ins etEcien-;nai heot Wm I . .
cy as an officer and as a trust-!
worthy, honorable citizen. Peace
'be with his ashes." i
'Monday morning, promptly,
Court was ordered called by
Judire AYtlliams. and the follow-
mil; a in tea n ei e 11 1 u v n uuu tv ui u .
T" -1 I
Gkaxd: X. II. AYhitaker,
foreman, J. M. Stevenson, II. H
Colter, J. 11. Smith, Xat. Hobbs,
L. L. C. Xeese, Jno. 1. Foster,
L. 11. .AY iley, K. J. Small, Jno
Maddox, Cx. B. McKenzie, Jo
L. Pigg and L. C. Butlerv
W. E. Carter, A. Eslick, S. M.
Emmons, J. M. -McAfee,. F. L.
Ezell, J, A. Smith, S. T. Walk
er, A . II. Bedford, J. AY . Jean,
Kichard Smith, J. AI. Dickey,AYi
T. Lauderdale and S. M. Mc
ColIum. The Judge's charge was given
to the Grand Jury,' after which
the Court began on the docket,
and the following cafes were
heard and determined:
' State of Tennessee vs. Green
AYebband Mary Denivau, lewd
; State vs. James Gray, carry
ing pistol, submitted, fined 1.0
and cost. : ; , :
State vs. Isaac Bonner, as
sault and battery, submitted,
fined 82.50. , ' 1
State vs. AV. il. Kilpatric, tip
pling,' submitted, fined 1.
Stale vs. YV.T. Crawley, car
rying pisiol, submitted, fiticd$10.
State vs. Alex. George, carry
ing pistol, continued. j
State vs. Jno, D. -Marsh, as
sault and battery, submitted,
fined 50 cents.
State vs. Reuben Holland, dis
turbing school, not guilty.
State vs. AY". B. Robinson, re
sisting officer, not guilty.
State vs. J. A. Myriek, carry
ing pistol, submitted, fined 10.
. State vs. John Hooper, gain
ing, submitted, fined 1.50.
State vs. Alex. Jean, assault
and battery, submitted, fined'.;";
i State Vs. "Austin Smith and
J;. Smith, assault, continued,
State vs. J. G. Jacobs -aminL-.
submitted, fined 50 cents.
Slate vs. Robert Slierron, ga
State ; vs. S. M. I HI!, assault
i and battery, guilty
riv... 1 ; 1.4. :
. . ! 4 1 Ml
Judicial (.'ircnits and ('hancery
l)ivisioii's, as follows 1
1st. Johnson, Carter, Sullivan,
Washington. Unicoi, (ireene and
litp-j3ionrw, Loudon, McMimuPolk.
Bradley, James, MeUrs and Khea:
lith. Hamilton, Marion,Sequateh
ie, llledsoe.A'an Bnren and Grun
dy; 7th. White, Warren, Colfee,
Cannon, DeKalb and Franklin;
8th. Clay, Jackson, Smith, Ma
con, Trousdale and Wilson; 9th.
Sumner, ; 'Robertson and Mont-'
Smery ; llitn. JJavictson ; l it h.
Jiiunerioi-u, ietuom ami jitiore
12tli. .Lincoln, (iiles and Law
rence: 13th. Marshall. Maurv and
IV.VlUV.l CtVt 1'IWVI V
Williamson; . 14tlr. Cheatham,
ami x actiu, .'i 11. i.-iiviov ; im,
The bili provides that the Chan
cery 'Divisions shall be the same
as Judicial Circuits, and that the
(V ill nit - ouiirn iiiiu i; j i;i-
( 'fintiT-ellors. It is m-ovuled that
liof. 'Fice "fo recasts 'March as
follows: ; -
1st to ord, cloud v and threat-
forms: ord to'th clear or f
threatening weather, with, heavy
and neveiv stonns 111 places; Wtii
And 10th, clear c.r fair; 11th to
Hth, clouding and threatening 1
, -. . . , .. 1
cloudy, threatening weathc r,with
storms about 'Mat. 11:0 warmer
i. .... . .,.
davs will lie about Jst, 4th, J.iih,
IDth, 27th and 31st. The-cooler
.Isiv will hr .ilmnt .'Iril. (Itli lTitli
. . i
lt, ana l;olh.
list of Lirrn:K3
llemaining in the po&t-oflice,
Fa) :Qimv . '-Tt.sday, March
' Persons calling for. the above
letters will please sa y advertised.
IV. U. DOUTilAT, P. M.
Fiiycttevillc Produce Market.
AYheat," scarce and in demand ;
we quote, prime, 1X!?1; choice.
Corn, scarce with a tendency
ders, -3?; Sides, 4?5c. .
Lard, 6ic. by the barrel.
Seed Oats, 4iV'50.
Seed Irish Potatoes, Northern,
1.50; country, 50c.
But little cotton coming in;
the offerings are readily taken at
fair fijfures. ;
Clover Seed, 4.50Tr 5.
There' is no, German Millet
seed on the market. The opin
ion is that it will rule high the
1 UJ M' , glXJSS, tv.
Hens, 4 .
Butter, scarce, 12U5c.
rrl . t .
All who are indebted to
the Grm of "ATixixu & Stuane
are earnestly requested to come
forward at once and settle, or
the accounts will be put in the
hands of an officer for collection
within the next thirty days.
flic hooks and accounts will be
found in the hands of 11. A.
Kcister at the office of P. D.
Boyce. 11. A. K. Vixixg.
Vi'ortli Twice tic Saa.
Wo are just in reciipt of Thk Chicago
Lkuokb, tlie ieadin!? FntuiJy Taper of tin;
West, which is now enterirg upon iti sev
enth vohiin . Thk I.edimi is a large fortj
tihl cohunn wi-ekljr pap.r, juinteil upon
Ijoltl, )lain trre, wl.ich tail be real with
Hseliy cither the cM or vmra;, and t.4 fill
eJ wil! chorea stories and matter of partic-
sir interest lo very hoiisi hoM. 1 h s ex
cellent journal is tiupp'ie.l to suhscii'jers,
nostJ're i ai I, for the ex'reme'y lo' price
uf 11.! tlo !ar and fifty ceuts per year, lu
outer lo more rr.ph.ly increase ils p-eent
Lrge of leaJers, the u!isherj of this
pnpcr have just ma le a new coiiti ac. for the
iiiami'a t iie ( f scv. ia! then -find fiue ick-c-I'lattd
EnslisLStCel-Batr. l-j.ir!-Cylind r
!5'?ri &U ji n-.vrors 11 caliber which
tliey p!0;o"e !o d s rihide among tht-ir ub
sci.byts at cost, r.d, thi-reforo, rir r one of
these i li jrant viapo:'S of deft use ar.d The
I. kucku one year for Three I'ollars. Thu
revolver w.Ii be rent by mail, p sf: g pai'1,
on roi eipt of the l ie . '1 h'-y have a!i aly
i.istiiiniicii f',U (j revolvers, and aro mailing
hun !ri.'i!s daily.. Xo- ii ou- liuie 'o gt-t
II. st-c!ass ievo vcr '.id the b st p p r in
lh. country ior le: s than liilf tUu actual
i( rth of ci hi r. 'i hre. uij .h c; ie.i i f
I lit: Leioeu wi I be 8- lit loaiT d iress fi r
ten cent, viddr ss Tiiic l.i l; itit, ( hi
c c. L iu.'s. feb 4lo
Railroad Time Tabic.
L'-avo Fayrf ti-ville. . . ,
i!o Ke'st ,
do Flint vi.lu
do Kl h a
'o Hunt's . .. .
do Wiiichi s'cr
Arrive at I'echerd . . . ,
. . i .:r do
. . lo..) ,!,
..11 i: do
. . 1 1 45 do
.. 1-M5 do
. . l.tXH'.ii
do Wiiichi st.-r
do .M ix well ......
!o Hunt's ........
do I lora
do Klin vi ft
du - I'ri-h on
do Ktlio . .
2 l.'.r m
y U .'o
3 40 do
4 or, do
4 .10 do
4 40 do
i;r fiiurkfta lutMt'Ilotfr
Hr.ui. tal ked in di'pot, f 14 per Ion.
llon ides. 0I4; alioulder. 434,'4'
haiim, WitetT-.; I'roiu ore ab out .jc,
Cotton miiUlinjr,9'8'; rood mid llin?. ft,5,.'.
oTee Uio, rotmii.in to choice. 13(18
Lnpivra. 171S; Java, 2o(lt'17.
Corn Loose Ti-oru wagon, Zo(u3o -; sold
a'ked in deoot 4..
t'ahl ae 5 0-J jier crate.
I'ri'd Fruit apples, 2c; peaches, qu.ir
it, 'I;-, halve. jV.c.
Kio:n liist hand-. 12 pai ked, 1 1.
Kh'iir 'at cjr, f '.hi, 3 choice fm ly.
3.-5; snpTtine. $ 1 (;0
Km tliers S rictly rhoicc, 8Cc.
Meal, &0 .io".
Oat, i dop-l, 37 !s' i0
lY'Mii.its ST-.,' .'14 jer pound.
S,- lt,7 hiih-l harro , S.'X).
Sirups N, 0. uiolas.ses. oj3 iJe; golden
,in.p 4 vc
h at 1 ( 5 .f 1 C7'.f
Voo:-uu.wuh.d, 10 5 is; ir. she I. 22
" 0 "
I lv I iirfdl weekly lor Iht Obskiivku.
TA:f Hru.. Yw..'uc Merchant.
..i;UX NVhile, tX(02
Viii:at Whit 1.15(51.25
Fl.-'I K Fa ry . . .
F mi y .
I'ka- (! l.n)
ISacon Slu ul r
0. S d.-H .
Cu; K Shouldem .
bi'.ei . . . . .
I Aim In bid. . . .
4 f t
7 t '
I'.ctteb chcKe ...
1? .t.' ;.;
Tn xVn cotintr, Sunday, 2nd inM , by Jno.
S. Wad e. V.... Mr. .JOSHUA liOWbEX
nd Misa MAUY JJllXS.
. Licciiea li4v h.jen ixaned to tha follow
: g piirtiea since our l.st
Ja. A. Terry and XI. 4. TuMcf.
. A. M. lltnderxon and Hatha I.. T.aton.
II. I. Soirtlla and 1'. J. lUnfiow.
- J. M. IioV-rtsoi: a id Mary C. Murjihy.
Jolm Caion and Kcely Fzell.
Luna. Smith and 1.1 Li Robinaon.
. In this county, near Oak Hill. Saturday,
1st inst., a'ler a" Un ill wan. Mr.WIM.lA !
CUNNINOUAM, ed 54 yeaia won'.ba
and J day.
Near w Maiket, Alabsma, Saturday.
1st inr.. cf ii.rluiniatiitn f tli htoma' h,
JItr. K. T. I'UWLU, a -od about 52 year,
I'cal E$(ate Trnnsffrs
Tiie following transfers of real
estate have been acknowledged
sinoe our last report. '
J. AY'. Merrell and wife to Sim-
- !2 lliU 14 aclC3 m dl
J. L. Stewart, 58 acivs in 1st
d is, SI, 055,95.
AY. J. Davidson nnd wife to
C. A. Kingslev, lot in 8th dis,
Geo. AY". Jones to AYm. J.
Smith.lRH acres in 20th dis.(JOI
. Jno. F. Baxter and wife to L.
P. My rick, interest in laud 3rd
J. E. Mills and wife to- J. B.
F. Redo, 5f acres in Gth dis," $40.
John II. Taylor and wife to
Temple C. Taylor, one eighth
interest in 18 1. acres in 4th dis,
John A. Browning and wife to
J. M. Dollins, 3GJ acres in Gth
J. T. Curtis to T. Al. Bedding
field, 0.3 acres in 16th dis, XX).
John Simmons to F. M. Moy
ers, 112 acres in 23rd dis, 1,400.
Chevr I ACKns's Bsr lw1 .a Tobacr.
LL. . L1 .
2 Oent. Bcvnrd!
a white boy bound to mo. alout sixteen.
year9 old. left my place about the Kih
of January. For the return of which I will
par the above reward. JOIJN KOACH.
Attorney nt Lnw,
Pronnit attention given to business.
Oflice at the Court House. marchC
MOUNTED HORSE POWERS,
lad Etttm Tbrecber Hwgliiaa.-
m Uotla only br
KATTU CU(, men.
TUR Rlntrhlnwi ;nin-nvin, Tlotr-fc-flHZ.
mm i llm"..4-.Tw? t .in Mtvr. Mil. n.r .1.1
fwr.i'.m. ttrfiut .11 Kinky tar Wink, r.r-
tstt I'k.iiiiic. iu.l ,ur b-. tug Urmtm Urn U t-r.
DRAIf J'.nlwr vritl not Hnkmlt tho
IU. vtlMrr madUH.-A, tl MC MMHI Mi Urn UflMMt
IIC r.riTIKE Tbreoliin F.xmw
ttt xvxtr wraua mx j imm iininvai Matt
rUu I'rflty a-ttffl l al k UU mm i ! iUmt mt
C rslM, Wti r Dry. r m i. Ikalvi .r B.i;
Mli'l M-h liR-wattliijC u-l rrl-wjf tur rki
JOT onl Vnntlr ftvprrlor for CTbrar.
V-M, 1UI irr, ,, kTVI It. 1 1. MIU, i.i !. f
AltVEIorfl for MmpIMrr f Tarta,
"'im miii pwraii i m mmmmt jmu4 mm i
FOVlt Hlzr oT Separator Ulndr, rant;
in? irM mi it Twtt litr Bat mm t i 4
14MUe4 Uotm fuwata to MUh,
OTEAf Pawrr Tarenlirr a faerlaltr
J V l-MM.'Mi BUM MMt mUtt MMMtV AWVaNl far 1tM fnWM.
Or It UnrtTat1 ftanm Tbrmhfr T.n
i 'M. ua alMt4 ttMimMruMMwi au t llilfccuf
Viura, Lmt Wjatw an aiaar mwrnkm m lvia4.
Taoroath Warkmaanalp, Elytra at '
'ViaaTaw TUraakcr Owifluara lacaaaaaraa...
OR Parttrvlara, call an oar Hralora
r wiua to m hut iliuaUiqaa w uamuut vukm wm wau f ra.
march 6 4ii tt
'.:iii-winler.Fr- w'.thv.-ry oriir. itvu
ni it, j it. unjvm i a.. UK nxu. ill.
AU :irc prepared with new
p.v"Pc aIul 'UtS to print
HORSE AND JACK BILLS !
;u a supcricr style and as cheap
! as can be had anywhere.
A former pupil f
'm row e mnected with the FayettevilU Fe
male Academy in tha captcity of Music
Teacher. In.itrnc'ions on the Tiano anl
in the elements of Thorough Daso and
IPIAH03, ORGANS AND SHEET MUSIC
furuis'ied at lowest ratra. feh.ft
EAST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARF,
I m-m mm r s-s mm.
"l'Ol'LD roost respectfully tn'o-m their
rer bu. 00 1 V f fri ndd and t!i public jrvifratly tint
4" ' S-they will for the next Odaj ll tl t'ii-ii-Z-JO
U),, j;,,,. of Dry Oood.j, oiio. a, Uoot,
ii m j Shoen, lUady-njade
Mil at Msd Fiijfj fo M
We need money and hence w throw our
entire stock upon the market. . . '
$18 Ovcfoata for $13
15 do do . Kl
li . do do 8
6 do do 4
30 - do do do 2
2 doCsanimere do IS
10 do do d IS
10 do do do
11 do do dt' 8
10 do do do ft
t8Ue. t-.'r ustoos-madebooUf
0 ' do do . 4
-3.50 do do do 2.U
li-iya Hoot Trom SIQ2
I'ojh' Hats from 25c (1
M er.'H II a' i from 50- f i
line Linen Shirt.', 75c
Under Shirt from 40r(3iXO
Mines' I hutton Kid Glovra, 23
Mrn'a 4 Thread Linen Collar, 15o
And evtry thiug e.'aa in proportion.
T, C, GOOilCH h CO,
jm. Zi, UT'J.