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3 4 mm 'i-Iimwil txav.x Fowl tcv) He fj oca Is. A (h.vlisr iii c til inserted in this ? f twenty cents jer line Edison's Talking Machine left iii the Shade. - Wc hare succeeded in r-ecur iu the individual riht of i'mg J tichiirdson's Carpet Exhibitor in tills place. fJ his . wonderful piece jf ingenuity is jHOiirrancd that we can show from a. half a yard sample, ns itcro, a thou sand yards; or In other words, it niidtipljc.s' the. 'Kimplc a thousand t hires, mak'hing' it xy fectly and Mialciitgit appear abitvrould inade up.und nailed to the floor. We have entered on this enterprise not from tA fish mot i ves alone. "We consider -vvhehf wc oiler the people of this vicinity a stock of Carpcf to make -purchases -from and propose'iiel ling-'at lower fig ure than an' one else, that we have done tbemuch a .kindness wo'. .W -finn to lclieYe that it Will notiro unappreciated. The ladies are particularly invited to mechanism uikI. .maKc ineii; sc lections j fnmi 1 -all grades and qualities railing, in price j from :i. cent's !o K pe r yard. , We would inform the public that wc arc tire only ones in this punty that are now -keeping, and ever thd keep the Uay. bttitohoc and leather eonUinytandard screw ed boot s mid allocs. Every pair wo wllnrcrA-amtntcxl.-; c have a frnirGI !oi:of ' summer- clothing, ladies' -dress5 oods ' and hats, which we' will !! strit-lly at Elk lUvcr Woolen Mills Store '' ILisi'rectivcd large assort inents of v, , SUMMER HOISERY, PIQUES, r LAWKS, HAMBURG EDG-; ING, WHITE GOODS, ' - NOTIONS, PRINTS.' ! Xcwpojrt Tics and other -styles lif shofy hats' and caps. . . ; r . FACTORY GOODS,' : JEANS, LINSEYS, YARNS, &c. . Wool takeii in exchange: - Y 'V 3 ; r r ; ' f ? 1)3? r Ba'rnett will be pleas ed to se'c: tiisold 'friends and Fa volte vi 1 1 c O bser ve V Thursday, July 17, 1879: c THIS PAPER VKRTI81NO ' Cuwriutcrs f ; V i V I! i li i lasture6'are,di-y enough to burn, In Colorado last week there was a drifting pnbw storm. $T--The extremely hot weath er has brought the' blackberry crop to a prt-mature end. Kailroad Time Table. :. : .... - : Lea re rayetoviUe...,....9 SOa.M ' 4Io "Kelso ....i..." 'U.lt do . do l'-rigbton. . 10.S5 do '. do i F.lintTiIIe. 10.i50.flo j.c do Klora .... do Hunt's .. ... do Maxwell ' do ' Winchester , Arrive at Decherd . ljenre Decherd . do ;Wiftchts(er ... do Maxwell .... - -do . Hunt's r... do Klora 1 1 - 3o' 'Klintville.'. dd do Klso . . .i . Arrive at J'aj ettcviUc.-. . 11.15 do 11.45 do . 12.05 do 12.45 tlo I.OOp.m .-. (. ,.2.l5r.u - i 2.30 do, r..i5 ft 4.15 do 4. :i0 4lo t 4.40 d 6.05 do... 5.45 r.M - hhow them' these lines of goods. Let 'I'm Come Tu.(3oowvjn & Gill's on the South isi'.lc of the Public Square timVgei nerVfresh lh'iv; Oils, Paints. J lass,-Putty, S-da, a per, Spices, Wall Paper, Wri ting Paper, Inks, Stationery of all sorts,- School and liseellane ms liooks, CVoquet Sets, Cigars, Tobacco.'and Notions." . , h ,l)r. AV. V. Bkigiit does our prescriptionist work, with great care.. ,' .., . , (iooi)wix& Gill. JElkWllifer vriouring . Mills. ThcAcT mills, one milo .from Fayettcvil'e, have recently been 'thoroughly , lepahcd and .(! ntshed with new bolting : cloths ,and the latest and most approved machinery. and can turn out bet- lor FWiir ilian any other mill fn 4hk cmmty.S We arc now .ready1 to grind at all. tiinob and guaran tee Fatisfaction ;to customers. -We invile farmers to gie us a, ftrial. Ui:AUjyr.x & Thomas. ' octlilrir. v. , . t JVcilbcr vDciid. nor Slorpins. llntl liavo Vomovei'rmy Mioj) from' next door to Lamb & Till-, anan's to the L , - ; IilLL SMITH SHOl. ' tVnc lot 'South of iny resilience, where 1 will be pleased to meet, my former customer' or others in need of work.. 1 uc only the best' reasoned lumber and can furnish you a good job for low money in cah. 1 '''' . J. Davidson'. 5cwAdvertisemciits.:-. Insolvent notice." - ; : Murray's local. : - : Meeting of "Faycttcville aiid Shelbyvillc Tumpikc Stockhold ers. ' s : .; ' . ' ; : ' ' v '. . Sqvcra,cases of yellow fever at w York. - The" dis ease has halted in Memphis. " : Grmi apples Jiave brought the much neglected paregoric bott!cagam into prominence. . .-" " The yellow fever furor has ,about;bbsidc'djand Mem . " ; . - ; - J 7, . fplci' "Tlic'r person who throws phisites.are debating the propri- . VV'V" . - ! .. . ... . " . , .f obstacles in the way ol omccrs .We could never see , the propriety in pardoning cri minals in the penitentiary- because they are or claim to be llying. That they are there is their own fault. Be8idei$,the penitentiary is auit able; place for such fellows to die in,, arid it would be a blessing to the country if v, many, of.thim would die as Bocn.ra they, aret there. Condensed News. i veryf i teYri o f 5 he ny s t el ling of .cholera inthe ohrwoild is a notice served on us. to clean our streets and sec that thc-pqn- i t a r y c 6 n'd i t i o n p I - h r u . t o s ' i s such. as beepme'a civilized pco- 7 0 ;,VV exchange iiinires, "Vhy Is intoxication so common in summer f Isn't- it because this is- sot weather? : ' THE DESOLATING DEMON, Yellow FeverAlaiaEcars its IXad in the Soth. ' - .- ! - : " :' ''l'f ' Considerable t'oiisteniation lifts been cajtsed thrfghpxit the coun try by the announcement of the reappearance" o f tk e - sanron scourge in .Memphis. Hie. pec-; pic are painc-s,trickenand fleeing inkaH directions, anxious fo reach ti'irace; ofi safety -Ixrfore i riaran- dnes. stop them. , I care arc en tertained that the desolation vis ited' 'upon that ' soivly-strickcn city last: summer , may be rcTen acted this. lint a lew 'Cncs have. vbeen . reported,.,. andy.4hcy cannot:prodtice an epidemic ; bc- one will lc foolish , eneng to deny but .wliiit:'th'erc';exists II2Ia'"! Poilioiis'of Tntlia arc rp'np'teif.lb'bse ihVfotatcyjpfe.aljr solute .staryilioitAwiilg.'io the depredation of rats.; :;rv i s S In a! few .day's Seiiatqrs Isham G. I Ian-is and Jas E. . Bai ley will begin, tiie'eanvass. of the State lii "TuypiV pf llicrO cbin- Kome danger,', but mat mc real danger is likely to be magnified is very evident.: jltjs-trays bceii 1 he case," and tlierevj.i: o prpoauimy ;oi : uus: pixn mg an exception. Quarantines iire- bc- i ng " tsta b lslied . over , .cjst i.cii- nessce. " "e w Orleans, Itlictifr the feVcr is in ;fJiat "cityvluis quarantinetl . against '' MempUs. The first deaths .occurred ;ast Thui-sday. ; Frank JtlubiandPii, a shoe ! maker, and a little HiUd of Judge liay's ' bcingthe "itn- I . t; ! t - Music! Music!!- Two s)!enlid new Pianos now J oelong to (he mu.-oc ilepartment nt'31ulberry lustitiite. ljet all ink-rest td t-ome and .sec for them-elvts. If you want to send your children to one ot the best K h(Kls in the South, send them lo Muft)errv Institute. i:i)W. W. IIALIIAGH. ! " ; Principal. ' Wheat Sacks! Wheat Sacks and Twine any amount at in i lJi.r;LKY IJnos. ; S;vlcs (o lake Place. All sales pf property adver ttsevl in. ihe Oiisuiviu:, or for which handbills may be printed at this oflice, will-herealUr be noticed under the above heading : fnc of charyc. We nsk-atten-"Vum to the following: U i ' : '. Iv i;. T. Holland, shciin; on :Mouday, August 11th, at the ourt-lwHiK! in Faycttcville,a one-. A. !.. varn Keal Estate Transfers'. ?: Tlie ftllowing transfere of real ...... estate have been made sincjeVour ast report: . - , , ' ; . i: : John W. Walker and wife "to Alonzo Hamilton, 45 acres in 21thdis,?725.: ., . ; Elzira Ilogan to W.'T. Grcg- orv,'"-IJ$ acres in 10th dis, 112.81. ' 5 P. T. Holland, shciifr,J to "Ma ry Cliaiman," t32 acres in 12th (lis, 505.02. it I; ;- J. IT. Greer ftx GM. Pvlant, 07 acres iii lOth'dis, $2.(XX);" Wm. B. Gulley to Fannie L. Ilolman, interest in 40 acres in 4th dis, $20; A : II. 1J. Talley and wife to G. A. Jarvis.-lotin lOtli dis, ;l,000. JE.-rJ iWwltn; Shelby viUtCand Faycttcville Turnpike 0., 1 acre in (itlrdis, jio eonsideratir;n. ! Sr. A. Iillard,sheriir, to Cald well & Kelso, 40 acres in the 14th dis, ?1 08.88. W. C Smith to'Wliamii ton,' honsc and lot' jn l()th djsj ?C2o.. " I), w! (iark C.5 ; and' if.; to IfclD Smith, lbOf acresf hr" 7th dis,l,(X)8.G2.'j', ' ; , K. T.'llollaiul, .'sherifl; to S. P..Smith,htnd in lstdii?181.29. ' 'MeCllough's' Creek' Baptist (hnVch"t()r,lIvsh rV lyell, 1 acres in 1st dis, SI j, " " ' Personal Points. ;; . . 1. E. K l)rakc, V)f Tashville, was in town hist Avt'eh Miss Maggie Vrfer: has gone to'Knoxville on a ' visit f to' itI.v Pobt. P. Webb and lady, of Nashville,, are stojining'at the residence of Ins latJii rj i U H. S. Grigsby and mmilylmvc aim ved from Kent uckyi where he had business connections. Mr. A. J. Brazclton and fam ily left last Monday morning for Marion, Alabama. ; ! !Miss !Mollie Tinsley, of .Ca ruthersville, Kentucky, is stop ping at Mr, G rigsby V. , i T - 31 iss Ella lennis, of Hunt s Villc, Ala.", is visiting the family of C. C. Mc Kinney. . r Miss Lizzie Bruce is visiting her relatives at Merry ville, in the south-western part of the county. Hon. 31. D. Cardwcll,and Miss Addie Cardwell,ofl)resden, are visiting their lvlativc J.A.Lump kin. . Our young friend John Moore, of Oak Hill, after a protracted absence, has returned home; He has traveled over Kentucky, 1111 ' :JSm 1 -Ex -. G.qveriior VWill i am Allen died 'suddenly last Friday a t hi s homo, hear Cl ii 11 icot Jie, ,0.,, ttg?'; 73 ypan? He -possessed' a nationnl reputation;: . u.-.iv :. ! '"tf i'.i 7s : ' t:, . V; IS'morTiriter suggests; that adversity is- a blessing be- cause it unng8-s out. lie is. right, it dces bi insTiitat' tue Knee and elbows obstacles in the way of ofliccrs who are. trying: to do ..their du ty'.in this respect; is ' an enemy to the ; public, f and : should she dealt ..Avith; accprdingly. Give us a thoroughly clean town iind Nve.Hvill ' r. hayej J thoroughly healthy 'one::j;;-:-j:;. Ulcd. Abpiit.oiie hundred tick ets yvere sold foi the ! Nashville excursion last Monday; vMaiiy more wcrp;cxpepted to Vbe added to the ; number ' along the- road, A colored dxcursion train from Fayetteville to" Nashville, for.thc benefit. )f the: Methodist ahd'Baptist'chnrchcsV will leave here on the 10th.' Fare lor pund. trip U. t o. T, . , j. v . v, ." t r 0":The:Iadies pf the Meth odist: church will gi ve an. ice cream supper lCHhiprroV (Fri day) night jn the yard at'Capt. J. f Wv' 'Newman's ; i-esidence. benefit of Kev.; G.' P. Jackson. The public is invited. . 3I"Cress"was terribly "off" in the Hamwood report last week ; he nnwt hare -been drunk on excitemenk In the language of Gen. Dix, if he ever -makes another such mistake 7shoot him on the spot." ,Y::r;;r.'r.i;;:C Wo .trust npv since thq reappearance of, yellow fever in our State all will realize the im portance of a thorough cleaning of their, premises. ,-"An - ounces of prevention is better than J a pound of fcure.'V ;". ' :. j Tic ; coitiimed drought has inadc, vegetables exceedingly scitrce. Anythingjn :thenvay of beah,"ehs or cabbage1 would meet' a ready sale. The : onh thing of, ihe.kind.thatj8 plentir lul is roasUng ears. BhV gent Icman' nanied John 11 i 0; II qw c3. extensively ncqna hit edinHhish'C6untyv '.who olives in Alabama, just yer the State Jinc, has had the mlsfpi-tunc of losing his left leg. , Oiilhq 2Gth of June ho nad 1een harvesting and on returning home ; met a wagon descending a very -i-ocky hill; a shot-giin which' was laying on the vagoi was jolted off,- on striking the ground it was discharged, the load took effect in his shin and ranged upward: lodging tin the kiiccpjoint." Jl is leg -was .'ampu tated .-below; the knee on the 8th, but-- mortification setting ni it was ,? taken - off above the knee last. Friday. ' ,- on ."wAvelltil liiil'lca ol ' m-r iu about. 221 acres in the 5th'8as and. West Tennessee in the civil district 01 inccm cuuni.jiruu u- uusun.?. Wyetlevjllc" had a nice little rain Monday evening, suffi cient to, cool the atmosphere .but not enough to da growing vege tation much good: From the'in- dicatiousve think ihc Mirroundf ing cPuntry '' had regular com- makers. , .. ., , , , 1 v I '.DEW Pr L:; IVitty, ,of the 1st district, reports 406 bushels of g(od;Whcat;madc on 25 acres, being an average of 1( bushels to . the, acre. ' It is tf the ,Fultz variety and a good jtrtielc.' San ders & KowellV' thresher got ,.it out. 1 ' 1 . beatin harvcgrbwirjalarmingly common in ct -Jjoujs. There must bciH diange,' says jhe Post-Dis'paich.: :Thc'pi6st prof itable change would be ; for wives to go to killing and Seat ing for a while. ..." T1rm"C, have been partial rains 8 iii different.'; pa rts of the county in the last few days, but so .far town , has . escaped.'. Xo cool, places about town' except the bottom of empty cisterns. The. mercury ranged last week as nigh as 102 degrees 111 the shad e. UfTlie present Ort'uitCourt is unusually. quiet and orderly t he. busi ncss is" not . lh( errupted by tlie noise of( shuffling feet or conversation, v Special constable Feenej, whose duty it is to pre serve order, is giving entire sat isfaction, as do the regular offi cers,1 Messrs. Beardcn and ' A I cxander. 3 1': Mrs. Martha E. Ross, Plictof !Maj. Wni.' T. Ross, died in ' this Iace on Sunday latj 'after 'a," prolonged . illness, aged G4 years. For many years she was a member 'of the Presby terian church, and her whole life evinced a christian character that gained the confidence and esteem of "all with "whom she associated. During the .war she was one of the most efficient nurses in the Southeni hospitals, and her death will be learned with sorrow by many soldiers whose lives were saved by her .watchful ministra tions. Her disposition was.kind. amiable and charitable,' and 'her judgment sound and: practical. She has left to her children and affection and thoughtful minis tration, and to the church and community the record of a true christian life. ... ' , ' . Circuit Court. ' Tlie following cases have been decided since the report in last week's Observer: V State Vs. J. W. McLcmore assault and battery, not guilty. State, vs. r rank - y lev, tip pling, fined 10. . State vs. Frank Ma its, gaming, discharged oii plea of abatement. State vs. J oe llobbs and !Math- ew King, assault and ; battery; not cr 11 nt v. State vs. Spcnce Bonner, car rying, pistol, fined 10. ; . 2 : State vs. Felix .Moore, assault and battciy, dismissed. ' State vs. Thos. Bledsoe, carry ing pistol, fined $10. ' State vs. Bob Sherron, gaming, not guilt-.; ' ;; : . ..'j;;..; --State vs. Isaac Stone, assault and battery, guilty, fined 50 cts. State ve. Thos. Sylvester, car rying pistol, fined -$25. ' ' 3 , " State vs. Geo. L. Cole,: carry ing pistol, submitted, fined $10. State vs. J. M. Wisdom, as sault and battery, submitted, fined $5. - State vs. Kobt. Xorman and Nancy Bcnnct, lewdness, acquit- ted. 1 ; v . ' ; " ' State vs. Kobert Street and Xattv Cashion, lewdness, acquit ted. " ; ' . . . . State . vs. Pick Bonner, ga ming, nolle. '. ' State vs. Ilios. Pitts, carrying pistol, nolle. ... State vs. W. F. McMillcn, carrying pistol, acquitted ' ;. State vs. Ihos. Cowley, carry ing pistol, guilt)', fined $10. State vs. O. G. Smith and Jas. Smith, assault and battery, fined 50 cts. "State vs. Jno." Crawford, car rying pistol, fined $10. ' -. State vs.-Jno. Crawford, car rying pistol,' not guilty. ; ';. ' State vs. Joe Bright, gaming, nolle.'- ; ! , i The Cincinnati Enquirer palls Zacli! Guindlcr a. liaj4 of' the first magnitude1! .; Mrs.'il'cieph Mickell of Pitts burg, on Saturday gave birth to triplets, two boys and one girl. ; ' That once powerful tribe Tof Seminole Indians havp dwindled away to' about 400 persons; loca ted in South Florida, The' cotton-worm, is getting in its work already in Mississippi, and the planters in some' locali ties arc becoming alarmed. ; In a Mobile Baptist Church an old negro woman was lately bap tized. She waSyto the best of her belief, 113 years" old." T'i. ;r 'A bed-bug was" cauglit in a country-boarding, house yester day with the legend" Kt.W. 17TG ' cut on its back.. : In political circles at Spring field, Ohio, it is reported that, a negro will be selected' as "Candi date fori Kepreseiitiitiye.'by,the Kepublican party. The accounts' from ; the crops 111 Indiana arc most favorable Not only arc they larger than was anticipated, but are of a nmen nner quality? u y :; OnWednesdavT there were nine sun-strokes in St.Louis. On tlie levee a thermometer' marked degi-ees in the shade. , Friday it indicated" 102 in the ,'jshade' m Fayetteville. One of the Jasper brothers, attempting a double somei-sault in Sell s circus at Cliillicothe Ohio, was so badly hurt as to be unable to accompany the show when they went on. James Gordon Bennett's Arc tic exploring steamer, Jeannette? sailed on the btlioi-July Irom Dan x rancisco. in common witii thecivilized world we wish them a God-speed and a safe return. The Howard Association of Memphis is. in a thorough work ing condition, and if the worst comes to the worst, the mcmbfej-s will exhibit the same decree of heroism shoSvn by'them' last year. !Mrs. Mike Kelley,- f'-Ander- son, Ind., being tired of support ing foiu'liildreiii and a lazy .hus band, took a (lose pi I'ans green, but not quite'ehough to.kUl her, so she now has a doctor's . bill ad ded to her expense account. . . .;-,Tf,acaz -rr -IVXoliiio. ' . . -Tor tlie FajctfcTillc OliVerver. " July 1 Jth, ,1879.-1 have, no liWH.ofrincii-importance at this time to write from, this .part of I tlie county; We are hanng Very I dry:and warmweather. Crops are suffering badly for want of rain. - Our gardens are parching, and -alPvegetaticn- "seems to be doing no "gtod. Cotton looks well and is well squared; it is npt injured- as badly as ccrn. Grasses a 10 net doing . well on account ;cf the drouth. Wheat threshing is about' oyer- this neighborhood and the yield was short," the quality was irocd. ' I hear of -yeiy little sickness! at tu is time among onr. citizens.ione s school. ' It was an enter- ; ';Th.is neighborhood has recent- tainment, in which the young la- 1., 1 1 ! Ij. - ll 1'.. ' ,1 . tties -ana young gentlemen 01 tne neighborhood took part,' for. the benefit cf the Sabbath school in progress and the literary school Hamwood Again. Jlr. -Juldor: The- notice of ! the entertainment at Ilamwoot J nly 2nd, which vou. were k enough to give a place in yout-j paper, demands a correction from ; me.' How the impression' could : have g.oue out that it was an ex- amination and closing exercises -ot my school, I am ; puzzled to know; since my schcol' closed nearly three weeks previous, and there, were only three, or four of my pupils who took any part' in the entertainmen t. - It is "but just and right that I should disabuse the minds of the people by say ing it was not an examination or closing exercises of my or any DRY GOODS. ot ,' SOlsoh .'.Uu n 4 1 State vs. Kiver Oiarley, ga mingjiiolle. - - -' - State vs. Jasper , McDonald, larceny, guilty, 1 year in peni tentiary.) - ; ; iU.il, ' State vs. J. A. Leathcrwooi, caiTying pistol, submitted," fined 10. i ' State vs. Joe North, larceny, nolle. " ' ' ' . '. . State vs. Jim Bonner, larceny, acquitted. . ,' ,.,'' .V. ' , ' State vs. Jno. Blair, murder, on trial. - 1 j man 111. Lieorgia - is savinr all the Confederate .money that lie can get; he intends bequeath ing it to his posterity vrith the injunction that thev keep it until it is worth dollar for dollar. We fear it will be "in, that familv when the last scion is laid in the dust. " Jolm Williams and 'Winter Payne," two negixes, were hung 111 Av arrenton, Virginia, July 11. They were given an early morn- jrgf start icr glory. A ilhams lor.the murder- Mr. Howard Ilcltzelaw, and Payne for killing a negro lellovr-laiinhand, named James Adams.;. --j'v:Jh , . Frank Davidson, a Missouri inurderer, was taken twenty miles by- railroad to be hanged, in order; to' reachl"a 'favorable spot for such a spectacle,: situa ted in a ,valle3r, sun-ounded by bold hills, affording a view of the gallows for 5,000 persons," Miss Shattuck, after lying helplessly abed for four years, at West Gal way, N. YV,j prayed camestly for a miraculous curej and instantly got up and walked. But her recovery i not cpmplete, and the members 01 a,- cimrcn meet at her house every evening to pray for another miracle. . Tlie last Missouri legislature passed a law making it a felony for an officer of a bank to accept knows" it to .be ui'a. failiinr con dition, and ini)Osing ttho , same punishment" as that- for stealing money. Under this statute sev eral St. Louis bankers are to be tried.,,! . ( ..v - Hie Washington Star say that Senator Conkling gave a dinncr'at-Wcimlev'sito a num- bcr ot republican-leaders, and, finding no response to his ques tion as to the one wha should be the choice alter Grant, rose and said he would bring forward William Windom, of Minnesota, as a 2s orthwestem man: 15illy indom should immediately dye his horse a dark color. ' About the biggest day's work- ever done in the way of rail roading, 'wa.s accomplished by the St., Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern road on Saturday, it being the changing of the 13 lost another ot its gootl citi zens, Key. A. P.;C-ppeland, who left a few 'days ago for West Tennessee, to take chaige of a school. The people of that part will find Mr. O. to be a Christian gentlcman'and aTso a competent 1 teacher . '- '. ';. , The school for little boys and girls conducted by Mrs. XI ill will close its-present .term in a few days. ' 'An interesting Sunday school is held every Sunday at Beech G rove r church ; near" the vinagcj with ab'out 80 scholars. Mai. Wm. J. Sykes, I am told. luade a plain' and' practical rail road speech on the first of the month, but not being present 1 am unable to give any details of his talk. " Evei7thing is going along qui etly at the village; our merchants are buying all tlie wheat they can get. Our furniture dealer and excellent post-master, J. II. Dale, has placed a new and at tractive sign over his business house. : " ' " " If we should be blessed with rain soon the fanners will be a bimdanthr TcxTardedibr their Ja- bors,'as corn crops look fine con sidering the dry. weat her.- I lop ing to hear from some of your other country - correspondents through the columns ot your ex cellent paper, I remain" respect fully, as ever, Davey. EWUGODS Purchased from First Hands 'Fori Cass:. which bpencd on the 7tli, at that place. '"'.' . With the assistance of Miss Cella Boucher, who is associated with! me! now, being alive and energetic to the teachers' work, we believe that we shall be able to conduct our school satisfacto rily, to our patrons. . ' ','..' . V e have our school well or ganized on a new. plan, at least in this community, and pupils graded as well probably as in any of the district schools in our count'. ;. .. . t 1 ... Pupils enrolled -first week; were fifty-three, and yet there is room. Notwithstanding the excessively warm weather pupils have been cheerful and teachable. We cordially invite the people to visit bur school and judge of its merits. .'",'... S. Elizabeth J. March. ; Foreign Market WHEAT. Nashville, light,. ' 95 (Trl.00 St. Louis, lluctualing,9G 97 IjouisviIIe, farm, 7i Ql.00 Chicago, fair,' - - 1.00 Cincinnati, active, 95 (&1.03 New York, firm, 93 ,1.15 ' cokn sacked. St. Louis, slow, 341 Chicago, active, 3G(a37 Cincinnati, brisk. 40 (V41 Louisville, fair, 39 43 Nashville, firm, 51 &54 ' ' : : BACON". . Cincinnati, steady,' 4Ti5h Nashville, firm, 57 St. Louis, going up, 4(555 Louisville, quiet, 45 Faycttcville Produce Market. Wheat is active and all offer ings-are freely taken at 8Ckf,85c. i Corn is scarce and m demand. Would bring from wagons C5c; ysells from store at G0c. Flour has declined. Wc quote, 2.752.50., ... v; ; ' ;Meal, 75c from store! ' Bacon, Sides and Hams have made an advance they are very scarce. Hams would bnnsr lrom wagons 78 h; sides,- 07; ; Bnttcr,"veiy scarce. " ' -Chickens, 8121c t . , Eggs, nominal. Lard, barrel, Gc. ' Tlie 'Afl utant-General of Tex as publishes a list of - .nearly 0,000. fugitive criminals who have fled from that State, 851 of whom are accused of murder. . "Yes, sir," cried Zacli Chand ler in his 4th of July ; oration, "'Putnam .went : right into; the wolf's den yanked her out by the tail and America's Indepen dence was secured. ' Damn Jeff Davis and them other fellers."' ' Licenses bare been issued to tlie follow ng parties since onr last ' ' ' . , , WllITI. ' ... . W. R. ircCa II urn a nd Sa Hie Tn t c Jasper Dickey and Jfary II, KiJvL , .. . J. W. Danley and Cordie Hates. J. R. SIcMuilen and Maggie M. Good. GOODS ARBIVIXO all the time, so thai oar stock is kept complete and ya ari . sure tt et, . BOOTS, SHOES, CL0TH1H HAT That Fit at Prices that Suit. All Oooda selected wih especial referenc ' toonrcnstoninrs' wants. iivd such a give comfoitand sa!iraclion. , ; .. We are ofFering all. our. Ladies' Trimmed Hats at or he- low Cost, . Misses Trimmed Hats at Cost: A Few Men's Straw Hats at , : Cost,i ', Some Bargains in Clothing. All these thkigs and ' ' y EottomPrices You will aU ays find it 1 Bright Hall WILSOS&FRlXflS. ' HSW GOOBS! DIBD i: In this county, near Boons llill; Thursday, 10th inst., of consumption, Mr. JAIILS L. SAUDEUS, aged 51 years. ' . . New iftdverliscmcnls. Turnpike v Meeting, ; AJIFET1NO of the st'ockholdo-s of the Shelbyville and Kayetteville Turnpike Company will be held at Chestnut Iiidge on Wednesday, 30th inst., for the purpose of electing a Directory for tne next two year?; A. ll. LiAAS, july 17-UtvV TreblJcjit T. C.G00DRICH&C0. East Side Public Sqvar. WE will receive, thin week direct from ev Voi-k and Philadelphia our Spring ;ard Siiamsp Goods f which wilT emhrace all of the newest and latest slyhj of -dress goods of all shades anil colors. Something Entirely New ! Our notion depfirtmenf tvHl ft complete, fa dies' fancy kid gloves nlJ size at ic, ladies' tjimnied and untrimmed hats, miset' sailor hats, ladies, misses' and children's coston. made shoes of all kinds ant every pafc warranted. Gentlemen's spring and sum mer piece poods; genttj' and boys' boots and shoes, gentlemen's and boys' ready niado clothing, gentlemen's and bojs' hats of all kinds and all prices,' and a general assort incut of anooiaiiXEo. Our goods were purchased in Xw Yor and l'hiladelphia at reduced prices, hencer we can and will sell then lower thin such goods-were erer sold before. Ws roost earnestly invite tha citizeus of Lincoln county to call and )rice onr goods before bojing-as we are satislied w will make it to their interest to buy ef ns. We ruceire goods every week. . " T.C.GOOUltlCJI&CO. IXSOLVHXT NOTICE. . 13URSUANT to an order of the Clerk of tlie C-mnfy Court of Lincoln County, Tennessee, hwn the suggestion of the ad ministrator of the estate of Jock iRecse, Deceased, . of the insolvency of snid decedent's estate, notice is herebj- given to all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the Clerk of said Court, authenticated, on or before lleceiulier .7th. IW75J. for pro rata distribution, or thev will bo forever ba: red. J. M. XOHLKTT.. . j;ily 17- , . Administrator. 1 SPOOL. COTTON. -: ISTARJf.tSnEDlfJl. -."' gauge Irom 5 feet to 4 feet 8 inches from St. Louis to Texar kana, a distanced nearly seven hundred miles. Over three thousand men vere put to work atdayhrcak and before night the entire line was changed. That's Work for you! ..-.Cincinnati has a society for the . promotion of matrimony, which was organized two years ago, and has the support cf good people.' 11 Its President is a mem ber of. City Council, and all the other officers "were" men of local prominence. , Oyer, 2,000 have joined and there are branches in forty cities. ",!Jfcxtrmonth a picnic will be given in commem oration of tlie second anniversary of the organization, and on the occasion it is expected there will be over, a hundred couples pub licly joined in matrimony. UxVuction at CaldwcIlV store every Saturday and Satur day night. All the goods will be sold. ' . Chew JacvsoxsBjcst Sweet flary Tobacco. Oiov.ss iv. , . , Nashville, Tenti. ... r.ttATf sacked in depot, per ton. Bacon Sides Shoulders ... , Ham I.'.,. Cottox Middling Low JliJdling .611 ,- f (i -ti.VitS-S . u .. 1 1 Ki Coffee TJio, common to choice. . 1217 Lagnyra 17(ft 18 - Java "'xa'27 Cor;c -Ijoose from wagon,new. . . -JSc .' - Sacked indepot. . .-. ..... . ol Cahbaoe- -per bU .25 Diticn Fecit Apples 2c 5 - Peaches, quarters.. 2c ' ' ' halves .... 2v'c Eoosh From first hands .......... b packed.......... 7 Fi.ouB--Fa ncy $-.0 Choice Family . 5rd.V25 - Superline . . . ....... i , 4 ' FeatheDo Strictly choice 42 Hat .SI$18 Lakp Frime 7 Oats In depot '. 4V White 47'c Peaxits per R -4x (." PocLTRT cluckens as lo the. . . . 12' .j (3 17 Turkeys, gross Potatoes Irish $2 Salt 7 bushel barrel ; Wheat , Wool unwashed .......... washed..... , 2.15 90(31.00 m ar kVv At Mrs. JAMFFS rjHIE LADIES WILL FIND Tattcrn Hats and Bonnets ' 'i in the latest style. AI.-w, a full line of UNTRIMMED BONNETS cndU A TS for ladies, misses and cliildren,' al ' Very Low Prices! Call and Make Your Selection! . WIB JfS.-2IOS, PUFFS and Curls at rery low prices. Hair work made to order. - CEOIIGE ;V. CLAIJK, ' . ' SOLE ACEST.; 100 Broadway, ) New York. Louisville, Kentucky Repot ted for the Obsf.rvkb Ly 2fom'j - Jfarpar. Good to Extra Shipping Cattle, 3s4'(?t ! Good to Extra Oxeji, idZ Bulls, 142J$ Ktockers, 2l qti ISest Butchew', S't . . . , Medium to Uood, 3(S.-14 Common to Medium, 22 Thin l!oup;h Steers, Toor Cowa and Seal. la wags, l ',' Hogs Best, 3.75 (i3ir. Hogs rir to Good,;3J4'Q3. I0. ' Hops shoats, Extra Sheep, 3(?3,V Common to Medium Sheep, 2,','2 Extra Lamlx, 3? Q 4 '4'. . Common to Medium Lambs', 2iQtX ' Tlie ilisl inctive feature of tin's xk.1 rottun ic that it it iiimle from tin; cry 11 not SEA ISLAND COTTOX It l flnixhpri oft as tlie pott fin from whlrh it i ni.nlci it tin io iliiii or rti.'ia fluiOi'tn lit-- i-eivc llioces; it is tin' tronit-. unnothi-i'i? itu.1 most clanlic rowing; tliread in-llie iiinrkcfj -for mil: h iic u it bn no equal; it u uuui oa WHITE SPOOLS. ''T Tlie black l the DiOft ptilirt JET BX.A02I ever pioiltired in uttoot cutton. Iit-inz ilrril br a .ti'lll tialCEtCd bV OU1 klltrs Tli ri.lnn ityej ly (ho m 7E"W AXALIXE PROCESS mulct ing tliem tn rrfprtaiit brilliant tliat lrcs- makcr ctvryniicru u. liuni iin-'.c! ofM-n ing icllkt. - - A JoM llcartnl was nn!o.l tliU jkw1 ret ton at INiris, 13".8. for '-jrrc.il lrei tct'i" l 'Vncral t-xrvllence" bclpft ih bighvt ananl pUco fur ptil i-otton. ; We iurite -omparlMn nml rci e-trully ak In. ilin to give it a fjirtrl.il Hurl ront luce lltviuvelrc of III- iipcriority ore? all other. . To be bail at wUulcaalc anil Kt.iil at - , ' - . . Aquill), Hampton & Iiolman. n "iviiitakcr & Ilolman. July IO-m . Domestic Patterns can be Bought .'at CIt3' PnceZ Dress 3Ia!;in Dcpartmonf. 3IIS.SIHlAZi:LTOf, win? has recentl.r retnrfied from New York with tlie neuest st.flis of patterns, will make ladies' dresses; children's rnt a ( fitted to perfection. Ladic wonM d well to pve hr a call, april 17- .... REE GIFT IS SrMPTIOX. ASTHM A, MlltK THROU, Jtl-.O.X III I II. or N,JII, C4TAHIi.ll, i.f i liirvf. II t rln-wiiv limoi o.l II Intlrmcil i 1M pjiifcj. Ifrno.. lKTv. U hn l.n tint kmi.ii, in iti rrtviiIi:Tirc n (.mi, of mviiiic umny rnti!.".htf Hv, . Tit. hwik tn invaliiubi. I" u.r4'ii. .uflTt-ri.iw lib ai.v !i.i "f th. hnt., T h nmti or Lufia-.. S.it lifinif. with I'. II. Atttirf. Anl ia cphIa i'..v co i ium Iiiik to Dr. S. Ii. Yi ClLi'K. UiKiuuaU, Ckii. Junc!!-4t CO A. - AMERICAN anFF0l6NPATENTS. ' i.lt.yiOHt: i f -O.Snrrourttorbapmaito IltMwier Ac t o., Soliritor.. I'atcnt promi-ru in ill r.imrri.;. FKliM ADUKI:. No i:brf anlts lUe pule lit U (tranteil. A. im Mr n'ak in? iirrHirtnarv cib ii.iimirn. So mldi tumal fee for o!((ainiii?r ami .i:.':lo;inj rrdoar iivr V.y a ri-'-Oit !i- idn of tli .iiifnUinrr , i.L fpjcttrdfcpiiljrkti.iin iiijr rer1vel. Spe rial atlcMil ml rivi tif f nl?i li'miro tum Ix-lono llm l'uunt-0.1ii-, Kxtnni(niH lnMoie (,oM(fnr. IhV n-:iirii)i-rt Suit in it flrcnt Hrntct, ami all litiff.-i-t ntn a''C I t.ln iiijf ( I iivrnl itm or l';itrr(. M'li.l t:mip ttrull.MOttfc. A Vo, lor jiiinij'tilirl ot sixty LAN CASES, WNB-WAfiAJ'TS, aci . ..ii i -pnWfrt I.aml t.-t'. ;n' rceHtpi the t'J. iirmtaX I.aml ll(llr. ;in-t lK-liiM-it nt tlie liftr. rlivr iivla IjiiKI t l;iim. ntiMiaia al lrr Ivinfrf ion laii.4. bimI IOtit.Mai)-t (mi nl-t(-4iiil t. Ijiii'L'.X'i l:" nit. l, niKl i Here pic ce l-r :;!. '1 r rip 1 Okvinnlilu. mi.1 r.in lir lo.- ia tlie noi ft tlm ni.vliar i?mmi Jhic tinrnuifnt I.iihI iilijr'ft l prit'aln fnlry,t t jrrf. J I n of Cqii.l Taliic li ; I 'I KMmtv l.mi'k V:trrnt. heml Htaaip ti OU. U'Uii 4 CO. r INimphlrt of Jutruutmc. . ARREARS Of PAY 111' BOUNTY. Offlrerm, Soldier ami Kailora of i'ue into n.ir ir tln-ir iu'ir. are in man' r;i f rniii.'r.l ! uionvy fiom the iorvmiiicnt of aiii. li Uuy aar mi Likiw Inlk-tr. W rilti full liiktorv of wrrn e, ami late amount ol war ami Imiuhij rrrvirvi. f n li c t.imp t-i i.II.iloi;!-; i i o , xn.l a full iotly .iftor eaiuuinat ion, w ill le piCR yon trve., . PENSIONS. IJIanks! Ulauks! AVc have just printed, and liavc for sale at the Oiiskkvki: ollit-c, at Xasli villo prices, a full supply ' of .Blanks for ' Magis trates and Constables. All i ricr.Mlillrm ?b Malletre notin.Usl. ruptunNt or iiijuri'ii in llio 1 ilo nnr. kimrur lililly. can ;ibiam a peu.iuii by rtimiii( ell. MuUK . Ul. I aw nMTUtr.l hr CilL.tf HR Sc '., It iot tti uimintc f otirt o IHo t'nill .Vtulrfc. IIm lontt of t Una., ami I He jujiUiu t l.ina t iiu ti i m .ii . Ki Ii t.pnrtmcBt iif uttr l.infk) i miiluHii lis a iM'pariitt? burffitit. unlr rl:ue if thi miiiv r ifrHel parlir rtupl4.t it the l. ina - f'nmipl :i'tintun nil iuim i".tirti-i I UII.JIOUKa t U. i Uih ci-ijirl lfr.li-ire f n in nri" ! iifwn ii'i: it I, : l.lvil.' K tf!i K h(rr . W u'liiripli.ii. ! C. trt I" tjr Advi-rtisciiiruKai-tf mi-rwd m U d r in which iln-y at i!il.l i.