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Vi ? f f cvitic gff n(r Adecrtiwnaits iiUcricA in this column at' twenty vents per line The Auction House Is just in receipt of. a new, and I Vo-h - line' of Dry ,. Goods Shoes, Hats an. I Groceries. Wc only ask you to call and examine our goods and prices, and if you can do better in.quality.and price I won't a!;1 you to buy' of-me.- Wc receive weekly fresh ad ditions to our stock, ' and are prepared to quote lowest figures lor airy-goods in our line. - 8u garland .Coffee a Specialty. 1 .. t Bell & Co. . Edison's- talking .-.Machine . , .... lcU in the Shade, : , ; ' "We h:ive8ucceeded in .secur ing the individnai right of using ItichardsonV Carpet Exhibitor in this place.. Tliis wonderful piece of ingenuity is eo an-anged that we; can show ; from a half - a yard sample, as it were, a thou sand yards ; or in other words, it multiplies the cample a thousand times, matching it perfectly and making it appear as it would made up and nailed to the floor. Wc have entered on this enterprise not from selfish motives alone. Wc consider "when' wc offer the people' of this vicinity a stock of earpctio make purcbr.cs from and propose Belling at tower fig ures than;nhyi; one else, that we have done tITeirjL:uch a kindness we nrli finn to believe that it will not go unappreciated.. The ladies arc particularly 'invited to inspect this wonderful piece of mechanism and make their se lections from all' ; grades and qualities ranging in -price--from o5 cents to $2.00 per yard. We ivould inform tlie public that we :mrthc only -ones in this county . . ' 1 ' . V , Uiat tire HOW Keeping, aim v ei did keep the Bay JAateshoc and leather company standard screw ed boots and'shocs.' Every pair wc Bell arc warranted; AVc have n small lot of summer, clot Inn ladies' dress goods and . hats, which wc will sell strictly at cost. V. T. MuiiitAr. ' Elk.RiTcr Woolen Mills Store -lias received - -largo ---asort-mcntsjufj r; i I SUMMER EOISEIlY, PIQUES, LAWNS, HAMBURG EDG- . . ... ; IKG, ' WHITE GOODS, V NOTIONS, PEINTS. Newport .Tics, and other (styles of .shoes, hats rind caps. FACTORY GOODS, JEANS, LINSEY3, YARNS, &c. "Wool taken in exchange. : $5JfJIr. liarnett will he pleas ed to w?e his old , friends . and show them these lines of goods'. jelS 2m : . - . Let 'Km Como To (ioomviv & Gill's on the South side of lhe:P,nblic; Square and get new, fresh Drags, Oils, Tainte, Glass, Putty,- Soda, Pa per, Spices, AVall Paper AVrri ting Paper, Inks,' Stationery of all sorts, School and Miscellane ous Hooks, Croquet Sets, Cigars, Tobacco and Notions. ' Dr. AV. C. Buigiit does our prescriptionist 'work with great care. Goodwin & Gill. w Elk Rive Houring Mills. These, mills; one mile from Fayettcvilioj have recently been lhorouirhlv tonaired and fur- iiishcdNvith new bolting cloths and tho latest and most approved machinery, and can turn out hrt tor. Flour than any Qlhcr'mUl in the eonnty;. - Wo arc now ready to grind at all timeb a'nd guaran tee. Wtisfact ion to cut-lomers. "Ve invite fanuers to give us a li Val. IVkaudkn & Thomas. oct.:tU-tf. - -' ; v ''' cillKT Pend nor Sleeping. Put I have removed my .shop fronvnoxt door to Lamb & Till man's to the - ' ' BILL SMITH SHOP one lot Sotith of my residence, where I' .wilf be pleased to meet my former customers or others iiuieed of work. I u?c ouly the best .seasoned- Intnbcr and can fnrn'tKh yxn a gool job for low ;noucy in cash. J .' AV. J. Davidson.'. Two spu'iidid hew llanos now 3elong to the music' department jit lulbvrrv. Institute. 'Let all interested cxne and see for them selves. . - " - - " 13 lir'ycu , wanl 'io "send your children io tiu of tlic best School in 'tlie Smth, send them to Mulberry Institntc- : ; EDW. W. 1IALPACII. : , , Principal. .'. ' : fhcat Sachts! . "Wheat Sacks and Twine" in any amount at , . ... ; : Baolky Unos.' U2J"rV -,.(;ilored schx)l marm was, pi-oseeutcd'. before School Sui'rintcndeiit Pives List Satxu day at tlu- comi-house, the ol irc t beinir to foix-j her to'sur- ivnderlicr cn tlficote; the charge .beinirthat she wasn't a.womiUl of . dunstity,: and. consequently nnilt to teach: "the -young idea how to-shoot" , The trial result ed in her retaining the certificate. SiliM FaycUcville Observer Thursday, July 31, 1879. THIS PSFER KII.K AT UKO. P. IVevripapt-r Advertising Bm ( W PfKUCa VKmieiNO Contract n-y bo naOo lot it ia Railroad Time Tabic. Leave FtjetteTillo 6.30a. do Kelso .10.10 do do Brighton 10.35 do' - do FlintTille... 10.50 do do Klort .... 11.15 do" v ' ' do Ifunt's ......... 11.45 do" ' - do Maxwell......... J2.05 do-, . do .Winchester ...J.. 12.45 do - C Arrive at Decherd l.Wr.M , Leave Dccherd ......... 2.1&r.K ' do Winchester 2.30 do , do Maxwell 3.15 do do Hunt's 3 40 do do Elora , ,.. 4.05 do do FliiUviHe. ' 4.30 do -.r i - do-' Brighton.....:...-' 4.40 do A do Kelso 6-05 do Arrive at Fajettevillo.,. 6.45r.M s - . , : Dr" Only one week until the election.. ; -. . . - Grcuit Court adjourned last Saturday morning. Our Mulberry temperance copy was received too late for o-day's paper. . m - i - Last Monday we mailed rt list of ' new subscribers for'the Farmer's Review.' ' fjSef0' Next week the reading matter of this papa will be con siderably increased. ' " JEST, Mrs.. Loop, the Memphis efugce, died in Hinitaville Sun day; No other case there. - 'l- . ii ' ' - - J -I r-j y HEW A full attendance is re-- quested at; the Good Templar faceting to-night... Important business is to be transacted. . , , A pay-train came, down Thursday . night , and - returned Friday morning. Iiailroadrcm- ployees have! been good humored ever since. . i Several fino rains during the past week.. ,. Grass will .soon come again, and to f ome extent retrieve -losses - occasioned- by ailVJl L. 1..LJ1 11 LIU R ;s . . - - - r ? 7 5 n N"ot the "slightest icauso for Fayetteyillc'to be alarmed aJ t it '. t t - r 't pout i enow o acK. .piore uan- ger to be apprehended from yel- lowcovcred literature, . Bailes, the wife muitier- er on trial in Alliens, Ala.,' was adjudged guilty on Saturday last and sentenced to bev hung Sep tember 12th.. .The, judge limited the pleadings to two houra for the State and three for the defence. flEST'Rcv. Thos. B.' Pitts, of the C. P. Church died in Man chester last Monday morning of consumption, aged' about 27 - - - i" m -m . years, liis remains were brought to Fayetteville hyTucsday's train for burial on Norris Creek, where he was born and raised. . '1 j Hon. John f:Brignt did not speak in Shelby ville oh Tues day oh the 50-4 proposition.1 A dispatch from . there 'announced the yellow fever excitement high, and that the people- wouldn't go to town. . Thereupon he wisely cancelled the appointment! i - - - - j OtSeTWc failed to say last week that on Saturday, J Oth -instant, our friend Jolm II. Cummins fa vored us with the largest tomato of thc reason. It measiurcd thirteen indies ihlcircumfejence. Considering the r drouth and the early day on which it was pulled, its size and quality wcremark- able, - - ; . a . ,- r K$F .While Oiarlio- Webb was descending a well last Sat- day to bring up some gold -fish he had- plaoeil-there the-TCpo parted tmd lid fell to Ihc ljottom, a distance 4 of abo'ut " twenty-five feet. He suflered"a" fracture of the skull, and mftyi consider him self fortunate in having escaped with his life. - ; - ' '-' 1 "''' IpsT llic' Middlo - Tennessee Sunday School Convention in session m Columbia adjourn- ed Saturday, .to meet m Shelby-: ville on Friday befom the last Sunday in May next. ' Hon. T, W. Turlej-, of Williamson, is President -with a Vic Iresident fvom each county Lincoln hav ing P. L.v lright and MooroDrl SjE. 11. Dance. . The article in this paper headed 1 Fighting' a Bonded Debt," has a peculiar interest al this time. r It -shows' that corjx rations that refuse or neglect to vy can be made to stttlc The decision of a' Kentucky court wuld have1 an influence in Ten nessee, and a decision by our own iudiciarv that tax-P.iYcrscan be ' ganushoed would secure to the Ixaulholders the phoJe of our State debt, lcsides intcifst and Ciists. Hie wise policy now is to settle when we can do. so and save" .50 cents' on each dollar. To do that wc must vote "accep ted." - 1 - - - . . C JictsoM't Hut iwtl Mary Tokcc. XOV.M-IT. immiaWMWIIIWMUIIWt J rt ininn I Tisot-fl met in ivgular meeting Monday night -present, C.A.Diemer,"W. C. Morgan, Jno. Y. G ill, J. M. Wilson, K. S. Doutliat, Lewis Peach and C. C. McKinncy. "rApoaCIolis wcre'nade'as lollow . N.O. WaHaee, renting, S 6.00 ' Tyler & Dinner, wbrb, 2G.35 Blake & McFhail, merchandi8C,45.C3 ' , -jJSoxjlher bushiess consumma ted of a public character. : ro action was taken on the subject of quarantining. ' r : i : i .... i... ) Personal Points. Mrs.1 Martha Blakcm0re. wife of r. A. J. Blakemore, has been quite' sick'during the past week, out nappny is now convalescing. Capt. Jaifies Powlin has gone to Petersburg for a month, to fill an order in Ids- line. lie is a thorough ' workman, honest and capable, and those who employ him will always find him courtc- ons.aiid competent.' IVe like to recommend such men, ,f r- - v,T . Dramatic Notes. 5OTw.chmondifc McElrcth dramaticompany exhibited at Biiglit Half-last weekf commen cing Tuesday night. Their scenery and wardrobes are. unu sually excellent, and '.thq-acting cpmmeiuhvblel The" troupe . is composed:, of Jadies -a,nl gentle mcniwhoA we commend - to-any place they may .visit as jworthy of respect arid patrena get ; It is rumored that the talented young actor Mrr"J: II. Huntley will be inFayetteville during the week of thdiair' with a superb ' House Burned. , x "ITart iwci1 rr Trv -TVf"ii Wi IltoiY "3u r A. 1JVJ m lyOIUvllvw VI i.iXi If alAX4.ft T. Cummins,-5 . miles , south of Fayette Ville, on Stewart's crock was ucstrojtju - on wcanesaay jiight,.23rdi irist betecn'nine and. ten o clock. -The family hal retired and were aroused by- the fiame' which :it: is'' supposed, cauirht from the cook stove. , All i)f tho provisions wearing appa- rei ana iurmiure were-consnmea, with the exception, -of-one: bed. Mr. CL was stay hig in, town that night." lie is a AvorUiyJ;!hard workhi2r,man. and.. deserves tlie sympathy of the communi ty, . f ; Mouno July; 28-Mr?2r.0. Wallace Bv the rcouest noticed in the', old family friend and. cpm-nanionithc- Obseiivek; wc ihd yon report kjf whedt .threshed by Iarcc 'amoimt of tcriitorv"" and only threshed 2,700 bushelsual- liy as goyu,aa wu ukt tiuyuui quantity very - ligh t.- Our ' aver asre per acre was abdut'fivc btish- els: straw vciy finer and the' far- mcrsjiavc aU put4Miprtor,.ppcOr wliich ccenomyJiiAa heeni y'ery. w much neglected. heretofore. Hopes arc niucli' better for corn since ;wc r. have , had ;rain.; rOur best wishes: .-x -'; ! ' WxOTBXTj'&.n-iIolinpi-i .. Sales , beforo our, Kcxt. ; Advertised In " the Observer. ; CI ,i:i,V-.A " " ' ''I : ? ' j Xcit' Saturday at the . court liouso. mortcacee's sale of a lot in Fayetteville and a third interest-in two Jjarccls of -land, in the otn uiBtrici, oeiongmg io ii. v. Robinson. s '"''Z " . ; 'Next : Monday the court house, byVWIGiwdcn, Su preme court' clerk, sevjjtracts of land -i'3i'nd",23rd "districts, in' the causo of 1). "A. Benson, ext., vs. -AVilliam-lenson etals. J Same time and nlacer by same. a! tract; t)f land-on Cold. Water creek in -the -cause" of 7 Thos" S. Coi-der,adm.ys. H.M.Dunlap,adm i Saint?' time rahd iilacei-byD. AV. Clark,s)ecial cmtwo tracts of land m the 10th distinct, m the causes; (if .Thos.II.Blcdoe;'adm., vs Jnoi. S. Edmorjlsou et als and Stephen Hart vs. Thoe.'H. Bled-sooetals..-. ... ,. ;s.i -.t ,..;-irf. " j -liKcw Advertisements. 2 OnV TTi1KTnRtit.ntn.is. 'p" rr mree: with hicreased facilites for edu cating youths;! Vv : C -2-1- IR K. .Morgan, at ,PT Tr Mur iv's. is nceiit for IIoTmin,,s Ainio rav and Liver Pad, a radical cui-e for all -stomach and hver dilhculties. 1 Young Ladies' Institittc,G rah- ville, Uhio. ,i ,lT.-:rrJ ' Female 'Scminary.Georgetown, ' Agricultural and. Mechanical J rVillo-n' TInfrtrin Tv v. .'. ' ' , :- ;Ouf readers will imd in anoth- er column an aaveniscmeni oi ill XT 1 t ir!l!i.; T.aU.n uic xveniucKY jiinury insuiuu-, one oi me aDicsi-oi-us -"y " tluj country; ! ;Havinr a full and ahlo faculty, .tlie college- coiirse isthorourh and extensive, it you have a son to educate, by all means sena to uoi. it. u. Alien for a catalogue. -. - ; . Cahbagc and Currant "VVonns: t Perry Davis' Pain-Killer. V; , J rY: Y: & II: Petty announce their, large and choice - stock of book.; stationery, etc. : Tlioy.are frequently rcceiving supplies of choice miscellaneous gootls that are needed . by the T public, and which they sell low. , V ; . : AT otice of ai insolvent estate. Pentlng- by the executor of lands holonging to the; estate of Hugh Thoraiscii, tdec," These lahds are Very' fcziile and easily cultivated. Speech for the Compromise. r Col. John C.Thircii made a sen sible Common-fien?e talk at the court-house last -Wednesday to a good audience in fayor of the 50-4 compromise. He - showed how the State debtjwas created the illustrious : men: ; who had .sane-tioiiedlt--cxphuiied how the'con-i dition of the State demanded in ternal improvements, and the ad vantages that the people had re-; ceived from them urged that! the question 6hould be settled fi nally, and agrcat - liindrance to the prosperity: of the State , thus removed showed tlieadvantage ous effect of thfr" acceptance of the "comprbmisejand the probable result of its rejectiorr. . - The speech was well received, and .We hope will have a happy effect. t - -I i r ' L '- ,t-- rjburchT Chimes. r " i '.('...- . - - Good congregations at all of the churches ; Sunday ; morning and night. . r.' v - . , lie v. iienry Cotton preaclied at the Methodist church Sunday morning.: : Wvi - - i - . ' IKotwithstanding the heat $16 Fayetteville Sunday scjiools have been. well attended this summer. Iicv. Fred A. Thompson of Columbia, 'delivered a; discourse at. the Presbyterian "church Sun day and "administered the'sacra mcnt 6f,the Lord's supper Hev J: -Kl TWarren of Muf freesboro, will fill tlie pulpit, at the C. P. Church'next Sunday; he and Bcv. .W.G. Templeton haying - exchanged : pulpits for that day ' J -JSTo jerviccswcrcr .hcld ftt; the fJumbefland Presbyterian church last Sunday mornings thaf con gregation being dismissed in fa yor of the communiolf service at the Presbytcmii church. ' Tlie - ladies of : tlie" . Cumberland Presbyterian churchliave united themselves into a sewing swicty, and hold weekly meetiifgs.' ihc society meets": this afternoon "at the residence' of Mrs. ' Jo. Ackliu. ,7r--i 1 " J ' ""v:"i ' i -. : Contradictory. One thin beyond the ken of our comprehension is how some peo ple Oan hrlng. their minds to that point of credulity necessaiy to belieJ every .report - that they rnay hear in, such times as;the present, when all arc more or less excited and liable to magnify the rcal dauger. ; " - " ' Iast -Monday eveuing "it was reportcd'hi FayctlcYillc . thatthe physician, .Dr. C. C. Fitc, who attended the. Memphis refugee, Key. Mr; Tiller, . at Shelby ville; jvas prostrated with the fever,and that altogether vthcre were live cases in Jhat :town.; , Intel igence was subsequently received that showed the, report .was without foundation - in truth. They arc entirely free of the scourge," J I Wc are informed th at : the tc port .had - gained - ci rculaticn i in the country jround , about' to tlie effect 'that three or.: four cases were in Fayetteville. . But the facts are - to . the contrary, -: no danger lis;; apprehended. ; 4 The health- of Fayetteville is good, ycij'i little sickress Of any. kind, j ' Yellow Fever. j j For the FyolU'vnieOWrrer. '; ;Afr. Editor -I see in the pa pers, and hear, that Shelby ville, Columbia,' Murfrecshoro," Pulas ki, Huntsville, and I very, many Other V towns 'have quarantined aeaiust r infected places. : V h v doesh'tFayettcvillc do thd'eanie? Are you waiting to, lock the sta ble after the horse is stolen? 'To offer ai asylum to the fleeing, is al Very pretty and noble,1 but are you .willing to poison your, own family by the reception of fugi tives in,; your "tbwii. . The refu gees arc hints of , passage having no interest in any place ' except ast a harbor of safety,: and vvvhch they or JJieir baggage and cloth ing have sown the seeds of dis use, they ehake the dust bf the inoculated town from their feet and seek fresh ' fields and pas tures Ihew. : Citizens" who - have money can leave , aObcir; will, but the poor people cannot; they have to stay and stand the con sequences, and it is the duty of the corporate authorities to try td protect them, . If Fayetteville has rio imjioried cases of yellow fevert there icill he no epidemic. Kemember that. . Keadek. I nrT All kinds of country produce taken at. the. market price in payment, at the Obser ver Office. . - it;. ; : ; ., ' , O5" Tliere waa colored ban tizhigTt theci eek in this place last Sunday. ' Tlie Cumberland administered the rite. . ' j5" Kext year will be a Tery pi-ospcrons one . for dealers in smoked glass. Xo less thaii sev .eh eclipses are advertised. Condensed Nes.. 'Pev. C II. Browning has beeii a rref ted. .at " Dea Rltii n es, Iowa, for stcalimr cattleV - ' I . Henry Miller, col., was hung Friday at Johnsonville, Sunflow er county, Mississippi. Vice- President -Wheeler's health ia very, feeble, and he will probably take a. trip to Colorado mis summer.- ; ' . ; : The eight of a colored lawyer defending a white man in Virgin ia is one of. the most suggestive events of modern times. ? - The jury in the case of Tom Buford for the murder of Judge Elliott in Kentucky found him guilty penitentiary for life. The fever continues in Mem phis, but from the confused dis patched . it ia impossible to tell the number ot cases mat nave been there.; . i .,..;.;, A water spout occurred in tlie western 1 part ; of ; Pennsylvania last Saturday, destroying proper ty amounting in value to oyer a half a million dollars. , . A mob tied a man to a post in Solon, Ohio, and used him as a target to throw eggs at ': Each hit in the face was l-ewardcd with a drink of whisky.';.:". Town Treasurer Wilson of Monticcllo, Ind.,1 brought a libel against the local newspaper that said t he was dishonest; but be fore the ;case! came to trial he fled ".with ?21,000 ofthe public money. v k- ( - 'Vf"7; ; ' A ncgro man named Steadman, working at Edington's quarry, near Strawberry" Plains, East Tennessee, last Friday crushed tlie' .sktiH 1 ofraVfelldw-workman namccl -King 'with an axe. ;51ic mtuderer escaped. t vlj ? -Contrary "to " the "expcctailoiis of, almost everybody, ..the negro exodus appears to be into rather than awayirom Memphis. There is a "temptation associated with the pleasant , mtmories . of, , last year's rations which; they appa rently carniot resist. Five hundred people assembled near Columbus, Miss., to see a Captain and a Major fight a duel. They exhibited markmahship at which a Texan would nave Mush ed, and disappointed their audi ence by leaving tlio field without a scratch! ' : ; - Even thus early in the epidem ic season at Memphis some very sad incidents arc reported. Mrs. Kay, the widow of Judge Kay, died in the Yellow Fever Hos pital, having first become insano over the death of her husband and children. , Tt is said that Sleepy Tom, who made the best pacing time on record at Chicago Friday, 2:12, is stone blind. .-.Tins, however, should be no inducement to horse men to. put out Jthcir, animals' eyes, for no doubt the legs have something to do with it. , .. ; Uon dry, Tcnn., July 2G. Two women" got. into an alter cation; here and- agreed; ta- settle it- on tlie field of -lionor. Tliey Went out armed - -with pistols, measured paces, turned and fired upon each other without effect. Throwing down tlie pistols they went for each other's hair) and thus ended the fight." : : A girl at Matagorda, Texas, stole some money from her cm ployer, !but was not suspected. She voluntarily confessed the rirne two yeara afteiward, de- clanng that conscience would no longer let : her keep the secret. Her conviction and sentence tol lowed, but probably tho Govern or will pardon her.'J '-, I 1 : . ; ; LC.Farmer Griffin- lost melons from hii patch Tat Sandersyille, Ga., and -planned a joke, 011 the thieves.;: f .Young Yarboroiigh,his nephew, w?.s to - join tliem ih a midnight raid, and fall down with a' cry that he was shot, when Griffin fired a revolver into the air." : ;G rifliiv fired ' at' the . proper time, and, Yarbprough fell with a cry of real agony, for a bullet had by chance entered his head, makiu":' a mortal wound. - - :'..' An Old Document. .' ".; j ."SVe have, before , us by. tlie courtesy of a friend,- a venerable memento , Jt .is a letter , written from Halifax" county; K. ,C,, by; a crentleman to his wife, who was in tliU pnimtv illtod 5Cl)tcmber1 in tM3,,count , tiaiCd ocpitiuyci j nearly 70 years ago. The paper id- thick and coarse, ancl age has "made it dingy; the writing is ks legible as kjoiily; a weeVold. ThcJcttcr' was writ ten in reply to one received front her the preceding July. ? There were no mails ' then and letters were- carried by friends who hap pened to be traveling the way the epistle was intended to go. Tlie letter is interesting as a link between, the present generation and ' the- long . ego. Its themes a re private, business, conj ugal af fection and Religion. ' c ; . ; . ; . I3ir .rc have received ' the Premium : List - of . the Xorth Geofia Stock and Fair Associ ation The second annual Fair is to.be' held at. 'Oglethorpe Park, Atlanta, Ga., commencing Mon day, Oct. 20th, 1870, and con tinue one week. William'H. McKelley, . ;Whose death wc announced last weelc, was tlie eldest son of Dr. Wr. W. McXellcy, dec. He was connected with the Obser ver office from 1SG7 until De cember" last; when he went to Memphis but returned to Hunts ville where he was employed in tho Independent office until his return' to Fa'yettevillc,where he died of consumption. In Decem ber, lS7G,he married Miss Ida Brazeltbn of this place, who died in Huntsville in January of con sumption. His remains were ta ken to that place for interment. His death will bo most keenly felt by his hundreds of warm friends, and leave a wound in the heart of each member of his family circle which time, the great panacea, alone can heal. FaycltcTlllo Produce Market. Since our last report Wheat has fluctuated between 82 and 88 cts. for. choice- white or am ber.' : At this 'writing 85 cts.. is the ruling price. Wo quote, choice, bJbi cts.; prime, bO 82 cts., from wagons.' Our Corn market in absence of any offerings is entirely nom inal. . . :' , : ' .- : . , .. .' .:; , . : '; Bacon , has , ratlicr declined since our last. ' . We quote, hams, 719r sides, ' ,7J(g;8c; shoulders. hone on market. : - Butter, l(Xgl5c. v ' - Chickens; 812c. . ; Flour, $2.5(r?3.00. , .; ; Meal, 75c from store, bush. Foreign Markets. . . 1 WHEAT. : Xashvillo, quiet, : -. 95 sl.00 St. Louis, unsettled, 98 .951 Loui8iiler stead, 95 .0 9G . Chicago, unsettled, , -1.0061.00 Cincinnati, active, 97 1.02 New York, quiet, , ' 97r 1.13 ; : - CXIEN sacked. ; - St: Louis, d till, :;u s;33.1Tij31 Chicago, easy, s3 - - - tibf - -Cincinnati; weak,- ; ;- 4041 LopisYille, steady, . 41 -ib Nashville, moderate, 51 54 ' . DACON. t Cincinnati, brisk, ; 4 5J Nashville, qniet, : -4 5-I St. Louis, nominal;'' Louisville, steady, . 1 Na-shvillc. Tonn. Rran eacketl in dcio, per ton. .$15 Bacoh Skies 7. Shoulders.. 7 . Hams . ...... . ... Sj-j ' Cottw Mi.'Wljnff-.'-.. .......... UK "' "Tjyw AfHkllinsr.... 11 - IC: Lagtfyra .... . . .v. I ' & ! - Jura ................. 2327 CoBJf tiooae from wagon.ncw;. .' 4Se Sacked in depot.... i f2055 Cabbaob per bbl. . 1550 1.50 Dbhsd Fkuit Apiles '. . 2c reaches, quarters., zc . , l-.nlt.Aa - - ' Eoos--Iom first Iianda.....;, B ' packed".."..'.'.........,.. S FK)CB--Fancy. . i, .......... . . .6.50(35 70 Choice Fainujr. . . . ; .... oi& i:r; Snperfine.'. . ...t.....'. 4 FEATflKBS SUicUy choice 42 -. Hay .;.........;.....,..k..;.,.5iOQitt Laud l'rime , Oats In depot t-ro White 4;c fBAMUTS per lb. . . ... ...... 4 t Poultry chickns as to siio. . . 10i3 12X Turkeys, gross i .... .. ' . roTATOES Irish .-........ $150 8AtT 7 bushel barrel.., $2.15 Wheat ; .-. 0t9 1 -00 Woot unwashed ............. 1823 . . j, .,. washed 2SQ33. New Jldvcrlisemmls, BOOKS! BOOKS!! STATIONERY, &C&C., i- AT THE ' ''' Fayetteville Book store, , - North Side of th c Square, , -. . -IToypttovillo, ToaiiOBsco, V. TV.-'Ac It.. JPetty, Z Sam 0tX Staml. "'' ' " 7 Keep aH flic leadinj arid popular Bchool Books now usod in our school. Also, Miscellaneous books," ' . bi2i.es Akd testakeitts'. In tliiii doparfment we kep from a five cents Testament to a large Family J!i!le. ( JlaJiing a specialty of . . , BOOKS AND STATIONERY, and gifliiz spociat attention to that branch of business 'in its Tarious department, wiih w,r facu!rcsiiiprchamnK dirert fi-ora bli , , rrttLlluli j-.wa. we can I supply the ira do, v- - . . At Publishers' Price?, with any book, magazine or pairr publish ed in the United States. Also, Sheet Music and .Musical instruments, fictures and ricturo rr&iatn. Call at th3 Fayetterilla Book Ctcro for anvthine in onr line, ami if not in store will if desirnd be ordered rirht a war. Wo arc constantly ordering and receiving new Bnp4fr., Just receired a lot of trench Uarps and Accordions. july31 W. W. if R. TKTTT. 1 Mrs. Theresa Tardiff 1 NVITES the attention of the ladies of A Fayett-erillo and Lincoln county to Lcr STOCK OF MILLINERY, : '. " '' ' ' ' ' ' rhich' is decidedly handsome and Taru'd. All orders in her line filled promptly in the latest and tuost popular slytc-s, at reasona ble prices. . ' rcirT rosssi ins placs, south side the square, near - f- , DR. SZESXEZl'S BRUa STOZIE. "iulr 31- ; m n In this place, Saturday, 2Cth iimt., by S. II. JSct'ord, E.sq., Mr. jOHN UM.E and Miss LtJUlSA SUKIMrSIIIEE, boihof Al abama. Ia Winchester, Thursday, 21tl in3t at the resilience of Judge J. N.-Mcl'utchen, by lcr. A. F. Uix, CfpL 11. C. WRIGHT and Mrs. MAUV A. U A UK I ATT, both of Mur freesboro. Capt. W. is a brother or Al!ert Wright, aud formerly lived iu Faje-ttevilie. Licenses haro been Issued to the follow ng parties since our last ' - " vuiti. ' ; Jno. W, Morcnm anl Henrietta Bradea. II. G. Luttrell aud Eliza Fey ton. K. T. Hoots and Franklin Thoiuison. COI.OBED. Marocjlos Spotswood ' and Susio Conner. Iienry Tucker and Jennie Bonner. W. li. Young and Rebecca Wright. In this county on Norris Creek, Sunday, 27th inst,of consumption,Mrs.UUTLEDGE, wife of Iienry ItutleUge, aged about S5 years. - '.In this county, on Swan, Fridar, 2Gth insU Mrs. ABLETIU wife of D. F. Brown, aged 49 yeara. : . , A'eio Jldvcrlisemcnls Hi .A. HT ID FOR IlI'XTt ' :- I will attend on the premises pa Saturday August 30lht JS79t and offer for rent tho lands belonjjinjr to the estate or Hugu lbomison, dec.. . : . ; .. " Foil particulars announced on . day -of rent. J NO. TH0AII30JT. Executor. Juiy.Sl, im.:i '. .i ROWEL COMPLAINTS " - ' CURED 11V" 1 . PERRY-DAVIS'-PAIN-XILLER I : J 2 K" tblrty.olavjenn it haf GWQ of CHOIEBA. CE0iE2i KCS2U3. IIABSS5UL si iSl BCW- IL COMfUIItTJ. - Imr'.ug ihe tuniuier month -cry kuiiM.-i)ia- .hoitia nve a oottm near t n.-iwi mt fmmcrtiaio n. frki Ecr60c., tni tl pcrlioltlo. Setil ever ju iM-'ro" July81-ln a. YOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE Granvillci Licking Co., 6. Peirin It 9th j-ear Sitemt)(?r 18th. ITai Tr p.irtttory. lolk-glate. Noruial, Wuio and Pa In tine lu:irtmcnt. Tcitehe German." French auJ Greek, fcver) thiiijf ftrst-etiui. ml term li. - - , Aiinrrn kt. v. sum AiiiJa.i, u. u. ,Ju!r31-li , A ; : MILITABY : : INSTITUTE. ' v FarmdaJe, Franklla Co.' ' Olilcst millfau-y school in thohwet.' Thirty. flrth Year begim uptember 1. Six milr out tit tr.-tntlort.Ky.. tor eauloicuc. eus,namt julSl lm A - J'OdT AUJCTAMT.. GEORGETOWN Foundod in 1840. TliTnit -holatlo Tear openi on tlia fir.t Mon day in Suptemlwr, 1879. tor CHtl-Ruet. mlUrett me at Ueorgatovn; Kjn J. J. ULtKi-K, f ritt. julrSl lai -a - - ' - ' ' AGRL& MECH. COLLEGE OF, KY. Full term begin Sept 8, 1?9.. A ftilteeurM nf instruction In Kngllh, Uatatmatlos. "reli. CJer. mftu.t'wi! History, Political Kconnmr, Clrll Eu Itinroriiifr. Cbeailstry, Vngc anii Hotavh vsfes, N t ural ftistoi v aul Military Tatties. TuiCion. IS 00 ueryoaf. Matriculation, (5.M0. Unfarnlahol room, 5.W. Iloarrl in club II .SO to IS 00pc week ; In pri vate fain ilin (1.00 to IS 00. W hole x ienM.zclu. aiveof clotliinr.necl not oxeced 1130.00 ncranaum. Compenaatvit Ulor furaishei to a limit! number or ttliMunM. t-insnen laugot iu rrai iH-ni jiiuiq. malic. Apply forcMtaloruo to JAS. K. PATTER- SON.l'b. !.. Lexington, . ft- July 31 lm A INSTITUTE, Karris Creek, Tennessee. , -Ko)t- rjHK first session of tha scholMtjo year, 1 1879-80, will begin AUGUST 4th, and continue twenty weeks, tinder the. eu perrision of r - ', - P.IIIMEBAUail, assisted by competent teachers. : Tcitiok.' Twenty per cent, offof old logue prices. 1 Incidental fee one dollar; In variably in advance. One half tuition duo at (he bepinninp of the session, the balance at the end of the session, unless otherwise arranged. .Tuition fees are held ia part nership until the fpenes of the school arc paid. For further ipartlculnr address '. july 31-lui P. MMKDAUGH, Prinv rjAB n ACEanil fJCJBKATT WUMSJe- Two 19- Jul? ai-lm A . WAJTT MOHiUi. rranVIin.Ia.l. ceipufor li elt.and Int. atarap. Hri'.-.ltfUililM v will pay Agniaafeiary ot iluopermuuin and upruan, -tt xllowa lrn tunoixtia, lUaf fi.w sail woWful tnMnlw. W iem wkai wr ath baupla IiH. JuUnmUimait A Ua fean JtaU, VUi. Ju! Sl-. ' ' . roF.r..Rirni co.. Portunt n". lor Iwwt Affi-iy limn in orlcU Kxpcnmvo uihdi rror C'T"? Slinlh and exunne gnnrantwl t Ain?nt, V ' DKtlit free. Mil W A CO , At Ul'STl, MA15B. . X YEAUa"lcxponeftoaontii. Ont- fit rrue. AdilrcM I'. u. v HJMiit i , At (junta. Main THE CO JSTm'TIO J of TI1E CSUR) S71TO. Sent frofl t any addrc. n rowslpt of tiwnl Umn. Adartua tinio. P. Howell A Co., 10 Kprnce st., ew lora. , n ,-3 ummmi INSOLVENT NOTICE. JUUSUANTt'o an order of Iha Clf-rk of . tho Count r Court of Lincoln -rouuty, Tcnn., upon tha suggeauon oi inanjinn.ia tralor of th estate of : .;. George Small, deceased,' - of the insolvency of aaid ilcrcdsnt's estate, notice is hereby Riven io all persons having cUimi against said ctte to p resent them iu the Clei W ot nid Court, auihoaitvft(u!, on r x.Iore tho 25th of leceiiilM'il 71,fvr pto raU distribution, or they will be froer Urred. U. W. SMALL, Adux. tu!v25o Mm Afiffl nape M at lUnqo KjJ&$ Corner. rajeUcville, Tcnn., . Wholesale and Retail DZALEIl 121 PURE DRUGS AND 1IEDI CINE, FINLS CHEWING . AND SMOKING TOI1 AC- CO, NON-EXPLOSIVE . ELAINE OIL, Pate n t and Family Wciae?, .".Pare .Concord .-.Wind- For Medical Purpose?, " made by mysetf, and well selected stock of all goodd usually kepi La a Ditua Stdcb. ; ' A Full Supply of . ; Prompt and careful attention pica t Pre seriptionj and all calls ia the Practice of Medicine. - - -. . : :DH. C. A, DIEHER. i fcb.20th.TO . ' .! . '. Stoves and Ti n-Waro X 70S SALE AT TII0S. J. McGAliTET'S, WHERE you will also 'find a ieeneral . aasortmcnt of til Stores m tho markot, r , ; ; TINWARE ' " ' 'ft'' ! Wholesale nnl Ilctail. . jobbing done satisfactorily or ; ; IVO CHARGE, 4 . . ' ' ELAINE and COAL OIL,' also an assortment of family Lamps and KITCHEN FURNITURE. Call and examinu, next door to Wright A Wilson's. . I in. SI w : A GOOD MILK COW with calf a week old. .' Trice S20.ax july 21-21- : Til CO. II ARRIS. No Cure, No Pay! ; WOULD respoctfolly announce, to th' public that he makes the treatment of ' PILES A SPECIALTY, and gnarantces a cure in every easo. Calf and see me. , McELROY HOUSE, . v julyZL " . Fayetteville, Tt!a rVCUrk i.,l'.imM4VB, iH.ft -rtty,M PrivM, CbraM am t m I lH a a. LiMa mm4 0nU "m. mmi m fcttr risbir fMds, mnd vaiwMt lafarrviftfto bl lmlt PiUa, bOfD Il4 IHtM If ctaa of Kan, . .Ucr MVTtK. OF- eM r 'a m4 M.ab4f vmtta .4 MmUm, 4 law wi IB lHb MIA I'14HA9 ff.M ft. Vi Mt4 , BUli .. riMtM. Mo uaity thnvM Ji4.w1th.at tb CJ-X(Urm: Dr. A. 0 Mil. . '.rl t. CD LU CD ca -a: O m - esz est .1 Teb8 BOOSCSILUOn Wd lock. tmtAmimg, mmm9 tfk W "MS , t4tl W Wife, IfMtt f VtfiHt TrtMvrwMitr. rasiMliMa 1 T4 'f 1 4 fTl --'rtiW, u ni.tr m H'iS jf,-,c? aiM Mtai tvartn.M, Jrc m lr4 tmmmm rram. AiTir to MmL.wI. A am . WiTtjta, Trtitmifm, it c-ta, Ophterv 4 MawpT m 1 ( fwf. CSM4i tlvtMtr Cmciim. ImIswhH, L a4 ' , Cnfcr tmpuirjm It mmri in mfmi Hmnl. VWm i 9t Kniav (fa l.iJk wttffaM Lmm w Marritatr - . ! Dlmmm ptni-v to Wool it. Atr m tmmt . Mai. A fcafc iW tsfavt mi crrlt rstwltt-r rS D'X pf wuk tU J lit CPBVtfl(P, ly M ilm-ly L (tii Mtw . "THE PRIVATE MEDICAL AD VISE O0tn M.. aiao M V pOrntf rhoro, Hcalni lVMlity, ra4 Jm potency, ttmm Sif-a-w mmI Imt-n, c Asnm4 Kaaf4-MM, yrr mmm. Aftmsi few, CrWa mt ' I44M, Ptfirl Ulm,n mf w IterMitv tmm f 14 rr, ttAtf .ri(f mmfwm cat nUrr I'V" trrttpACut. tmA a fnm mtf vaiwalvU Hrsirt "MEDICAL ADVICE." , A Uctut a Vnheo4 m4 Womrrthrxxl, If mtt r ffkr awe 1mmu4 irflwa, j. TlM -mtrta UT0 ( 4 m lOO UiuBtraCioffM, .. Uw m faf it syvtwa UmJ Worltt knmr;, a4 lhaf i mA tttfy tW MM- rrr MmdiejA H-i pblb4, st4 Mmm -rltw M-ifivW tfUr (Ulf M " Ur aaiif pvfmtstiaO. T KMltOV p U sperionotM FH;atriM W mv far sra. Im-. rt kMwa.) 4 IM Jca nsitM rW tMUMl Uati doVd, wM Urn lm4 m4 grmmt . I fjs ' ! any aufcrrH (rusbi atMMlaff 4P llltf Ba f iri - CbroDlo- littMti--iM m msmtW ftt tanplafg l ik. f -r Pr in ttaHjr, ivr, oi C rmmej. (CtMMtaB onliilaiai til hir r fri4 -4 I lai frti!f wtrrJ wtikoul rbsrf.) A4-m: fr. i9t.t lUprwry,I3N.b St ,tt. !,., M. fcavW1aaU LiK. , ( ' PR. Pt'Tt tl Mnoti Mtfarwa ft KUiTlHC t mi. hi tev.wr All ran aaJmtof ( w i mem4 hnw ttvr f atiMf aad aUra, B Mra lkM tmmf tlf kr 9 febG KOTICE T0mDBRS! S ; WE respectfully heg loave to inform alt ' . pari irs that contemplate buildmg in ' urnrnt Fycttovill., that wo have opcneil., a shnp ono hor South of Vantm & Acklin'n Carriago Shop, where we are prepared t do, all kinds of Carpontcr's and . Juiner't -Work in tha neatest, most substantial anl ' workmsnliko manner at- the very lowers " cash juice-; entire salifaclua giviraatecU or money refunded. We are !-o prepared to execnta ali kind of Scioll Sawir r fropi palter of foreign or of onr own (icala,-' -aJid wiili tho architectural ability of i Ithoan H. Bell es a dra)rht?man, we are prcpsred to ee culo designs of the Intent ffyle 6r chr h- ' a, store husvS, villas collage and p'aia -r-sidoaces ; also eslimatuH uiU on tho sainfl Incloding brick work, carpenter' work, palatini, glazing and 1innii work, -from 'foundation. troof,' wh'-ri'by tholuil -di r nill know about the cost of h' Iioum , litforo broakinir (troand, anil WBrraifttwl ! be (loin) vrilh dispab-h and as ncit as raa tt ; done out giJo of l-ugu city. ll" inj; try roc'ive a very Iiltcral palronnir from th poblic, Wo roniain renpostfiilly, ; Br h; bell s 1 fcb. r,. Nlllt TOWN sriii2ia. nil. MKDKAI'JS annonnca t b pixple of Lincoln ami ailjoinihgcoM-tit-M that he iuU-nda tu aol) Leather of a'f kimU at Iho lowest cuh pri'i, and will , fctiy Hide 'anil pay Otn highest price i caah f'jr the aaoio. - . riov.v-ly ajr AdvirUi-nionUar indict d in ti eor- l r in tt-liK ,p. I,..JJ I ; i : i wstfji'wiw'