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. ' BattH&a?s,'
Election, Tuesday, Xov.2y18S0.
4 are anthorized to announce COL.
y-fva. 11. iIOL3IAN,as a candidate
ior congress from the 6th congressional
We are nufWi
A. L,. LAN I) IS, of Bedford comity, a
candidate for Congress from the 6th con
irrosional district, subject to a convention
to lie called to nominate a candidate.
We are authorized to announce , HON.
TO I IN M. BUIGHT. as a candidal.
for re-election to Congress from the 6th
we are authorized to announce Hon.
RICHAItD WABNEB,of Marshall
county, a candidate for Congress from the
6th congressional district.
FOR STATS 8ESAT1-
e are authorised to announce Dr.
ALP JONES, of Cornersville, a candi-
date for State Senator from this (lth)l
senatorial District, composed of the coun
ties of Marshall,- Lincoln, Franklin and'
tractions of Moore.
FOB THE HOUSE OF BKPBKSEXTATIVE8.
e are authorized to announce P. L.
KZliLL, Esq., a candidate for joint rep.
resentative for Giles, Lincoln and Lincoln
division of Moore counties in the next Gen
eral Assembly of the State of Tennessee.
,ve are auitiorizea io announce ur. v.
J. NOI1LITT as a candidate to retire-
sent Lincoln and Lincoln fraction of Moore
in the next General Assembly of the State
e are authorized to announce Lapt.
GEO. W. IIIGGINS, as a candidate
to represent Lincoln and Lincoln fraction of
Moore in the next General Assembly of
We are authorized to announce W. W.
ERWIN,Esqa candidate to represent Lin
coln and Lincoln fraction of Moore in the
next General Assembly of the State of Ten
w a corporation chartered under
the laws of Tennessee, and is
now ready for the ' t ransaction
of business. A policy fee of
$3.50 for each original risk, and
50c semi-annually arc 4hc ad-
vance payments. I he lund to
pay losses is rai.eu uy bramg
l ' w - v 1 I
vucii u hu,i.u . '"'T "u
to the amount of his iolicy; it
cannot exceed . $2, and may be
as low as 50c. The number ot
risks has reached 1,000 and the
company begun business. Only
isolated dwellings and similar
risks will oe taKen. vv . i. vfi,
(five) responsible parties
to furnish teams and capa-
LT? ble men to exchange Fac-
n !l tory s fr Vrool.
Elk Kivku Woolen Mills.
MusioJiath Charms, &c.
On thPM beautiful moonli-ht
tV. rrv vnnnir
Troubadores viit the Iiomes of
their young lady friends, dis
coursing sweet music for their
edification, then pater familias
arises and peeps through the
latti vicwinir the mooniignt
and drinking m the
sweet sound for you must know
that he has an car lor miibic
then the band strikes up the
Girl 1 left behind me, he com-
i . i .1 t i
mencea snipping aim uam-in
through the room, iiemer
garments gyrating through the
air.1 his. better half peeping
from under the coverlid religi- v; p. Toll ey, of Moore. Spcak
ously watching him with one -nlr to commence at Ui o'clock.
L-ye; in his capers he. falls over
the historical IOCKIUg cuau, ui:
cries out "stop your nonsense,
Murrav.the neighbors will think
vn rrnzv." then it is that he is
J SS -w- J J
reminded that his greatest forte
Is in selling the baystate bhoc
& leather bootsand shoes, every
pair warranted to nciuier . 4, .
lnak unti won, out, his ready-
: . ... J l,WUt
made clothing and ladies hat
Ql r.Ut'l, 1" "
i lua. onllflUnilPK 311111 I
leans at icn io ic .vj v
yard, thereest drive cve
:e.rc rn?.-..?i- o inn nt 1 s
iy. .-xucu " ',.":.
carpet cxhioi or aim -
different bcauuiui pam-.u .
'.escmi"? .,": VZ V Af , i
i 1, t n-nli t - 1
iKts, his men's and boys woo,,
saxony and lur hat oongu
tneca6cw iin.au u v-
enabling him to sell m w
f lio Ikl nniltrrii. I
I .. 1 f.., 4l, ?n ihor
bv the dozen from the jobber.
By these things even 11 nc
not an . elegant dancer) he is
enabled to pay the liaaicr.
Wnntod at Elk Kiver Wool
en Mills, '
aug. 9-1 m.
Wishing to make room lor a
fall stock, we have reduced the
prices of all goods. Iron at five
cents, nails 4f rates or sixteen
:o the dollar. Call and
stock, as we have
a large and well selected stock
.of Quecnsware and Hardware,
n n two Mowers at cost, ivio&s
(ut saws cheap.to suit the times.
All persons indebted to us for
last year must settle up in the
. . . . .1 i...:.
npTt. lllinv uavb ur inyu nu
counts will be given out.
i 11. II. Ogilvie & Co.
u f.u ma ivomq sins stoee.
june 2 l-ia
Bacon, Tard, Meal, Flour and
all kinds Country Produce at
Elk It. Woolen Mills Stoke.
Day's KidnVf Pad.
"Woodard's cotton erin is rcadv
Local Mutual Aid Fire In
Mr. Jno. S. Collins, agent, has
a full 6lipily of ApplctOll'e Kca
Blake & Sons tell about their
Hardware at reduced prices.
"True as preaching." L
Dr. Alf. Jones, of Corncrs
ville, announces himself a can
didate for State Senator. .
The sale of "Widow Hender
son's Salve has largely increased,
which is the best evidence of its
efficacy that can be offered.
Call on "W.A.Gill, jr. for your
An iron floor one-quarter of
an inch thick is being laid in
t n :i
Xassaucr & Hipsh moved into
their elegant new business house
In County Court, 3rd inst.,
James D. Stone qualified as ex
ecutor of L. L. Stone, dec.
pers and fortune tellers, arc on
the islandjbelow the stone bridge
Mr. T. O. Bagley has
tins omce two ears irom u
a 1 V a ' AT
01 Mexican corn. ie biiut
d gn are a PlirP ? h.
They have no other peculiarity,
k our cq1.
ftITlwl,w, 11B in nTn:t nhm
. f nfivPHiPmPnts. real
- - 7 n
d . markets. They
qie ran y appointed for last
Saturdav nirht. in town, was de-
ferrea. The finer, ropes, etc.,
were ordered in Cincinnati, and
arriVe until Monday. The pole
was i101!Sted Tuesday. Jt is one
hundred and ten feet high.
Mr. J. H. Huntley's
New Dramatic Company, the
southern favorites, will open the
season in Fayetteville, Monday
evening, the 13th, and continue
the entire week. " V on at Last,"
a splendid comedy by Wybert
Reeve, Esq., and a very funny
In .'.it ,i-t o 14. mi .
larce, cmitiea or,anu
Ureail UZZlf, mil W uic mi, b.
- , . f 1 1 7 7 I I n ni-o
OCUls can uu bcuuicu tio x-n-j-
mann & Hill's iewelry store
without extra charge.
On Saturday, the 11th inst., a
barbecue will be given at tnc
mouth of Swan Creek. The pub-
hjc everywhere is cordially invi
tfli Come one. como all. The
Lneaters who have accepted in-
. . '
Vitations to be present are lion.
iLSavage, of Warren,ilon.
j) jA Snodgrass, of White, Hon.
c r. Ilearne. of Henrv, and Hon.
Eeal Estate Transfers.
The following transfers of real
cgtate iiave kcen made since our
1Iamplon to J. J. Ellis,
5 ! Z.. . -r
n. u lints aim win; iu i. .
, and lot in 10Ul (lig
, u Tjllor to Taf, Cum.
P. T. Murray and Wife to Lih-
coin Savings Bank, two houses
. y .
Co.ton.G00 acre, in 24th diHCon-
WMtakcr'to J.' II.
, 50 acrc6 in 4th di,, $1,150.
, , jjftrtman and wifc to
W. B. Martin, C. and M. and
special com., to David Sanders,
2G81 acres 111 11th tlis, $l,'An.n,
Lincoln Savings liank to K .
T. Murray, house and lot in 8th
dis. $0,000. ..
John Maddox, trustee, to J as.
Mullins, CI acres, m loth dis,
K. W. Wilson .to o. rJ. low-
ell. 75 acres in 13th dis, $100.
Wm. Taylor and others coi.,
. . . . . ,
to Ellen Taylor, col., lot in 8th
AVm. AVvatt and wile to Y ai
lace Gee, 100 acres in Znd ais,
Thco. Harris, special com., to
Sarah nuiSCy and
.icrcg in.7th dis,
not named. .
It. M. Wright to Jas. II. Tat
. " . 1.1,1. .1!.
terson, OoJ acres 111 loin ib
J.lLPattcrson toluol. ngn
nml wiffi. 71 acres in 10th dis
J. W. O. Scott to 11. A. Mor
nson, one-third' interest in 61
acres m 10th dis, 20.
V . F. Sorrels and wife to K.
A. Morrison, 4 acrcs in 10th
dis, $93, . 4 . . . -
Ldtson wjll not be satisfied until he has
discovered a better remedy for Coughs and
Colds than Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. We
say he will never succeed.
Mr. J. A. Lumpkin is sick.
Thomas M. llodea 18 in Man-
Chester . - '
Mr. j. J. Itawls, of Blanche,
is in Nashville.
by lie Monday
Mr. George W. Morgan is m
2s ew 1 ork on business.
J. E. Fulton, of Chattanooga,
i3 out visiting his parents.
J. P. Cherry, a Fayetteville
typo, left for Columbia Monday, worst excuse for a road to be
Mr. and Mrs. A." H. Turner found in the county. The pleas
went to Huntsville last Thurs- ure of the trip being greatly en-
lay. , I
Gus Solomon, of Mulberrv. re-
turned frori Murfrecsboro last
Miss Mollle lirowu, of Hunts -
viUe, is visiting friends in Fay -
A. B. and M. M. Bright, of
Wartburg, East Tennessee, are leniiizmg showers. This phe
in Fayetteville. nomenon is peculiar tohilly coun-
Miss Nannie Laster, of Man-
Chester, is yisiting the family of
Capt I. T. Kodes.
By invitation Col. J. L. vlill-
man made a State-credit speech
in Tullahoma Monday.
Hon.Newton Tillman, of Shel-
byville, spent several days in
Fayetteville last week.
We are pleased to state that
Mrs. W. K. Whitaker has re-
covered from her late sickness.
Mrs.Emma McKinney return-
ed to Columbia Sunday, after
visiting her brother Mr. A. fc.
W. N. AVhitaker, of Whita-
ker & Ilolman, lett last Tuesday
for the East to purchase a tock ol Chestnut Kidge, half-wheel
ofood. " right down to Charity, thence by
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. 'JilUrray Freeman store back to Mount
left Tuesday for New York city, Harmon, down to Hawthorn a
where he will buy a stock of crfcss to the Lynchburg pike, and
Fall and Winter goods. to Shelby ville.
On Sunday last Mrs. Agnes Along our whole route the com
Robertson left for Columbia. In and hay crops were superabun
the future she will be connected tlan. Hogs, however, are scarce
with the Athenaeum at that place. and fancy prices are being offer
Mrs. W.MXindsey,of Mobile, ine to cat the surplus
and her sister Miss Swie Philip a,',that 13 60 iaWc
f tt . mmn i-a- xuiT! to the bacon manufacturer. We
of Huntsville, are visiting their , ... . , ... "
in t i w vrif were forcibly struck with the
aunt Mrs. John V..ormwalt. . J., .. , . A.
r , , . unmeaning titles applied to the
Mrs. Etl. Cooper retunied to localitiesthrough which wepass
Saelbyvillc Sunday. She was These wcrc Gim,et IIamei
accompanied by Miss Kate B Hungry, Oak Hill,
1 nomas, of Columbia, who had aimt Kidge (fh only ap '
been .visiting relatives m Fay- priate name in the list) Mulber-cttcville.-
Charity and Hawthorne.
Prof. T. W. Newman is com- Bxamiuing this list, in a most
paratively a young man. He philosophical spirit of inquiry,
completed a course of instruc- ag the result of our researches,
tion under a graduate of ouc of we camc to the very philosophic
Germany's best known conscrv- conclusion that there Is "nothing
atorics. He has in addition to inaname." You don't get bored
his theoretical knowledge, a skill on Gimfet; you find no "straps"
and a command of his instru- Hamestring; you are well fed
ment that is rarely equalled. on Big Hungry; you nd no
Prof. Newman is an artist, and mulberries on Mulberry; you are
his performances are truly won- offered no alms at Charity; nor
derful. CJtattanooffa Times. i,aws at Hawthorne. Nothing
."Public Sales : but corn, prosperity and State
' i . A, r credit Democrats are to be met
aaveruseu in wvw., v.i i
or which bills may be printed
attliis office, will be noticed
By It. T. Holland, sheriff, onjtho districts Sept. 7, 1880, upon
Saturday, October 3d, 149 acres
of land lying in Gth and 7th dis-.
tncts, belonging to li A. Isom.
By James H. Beanland, exec-
or, Saturday, Sept. 011 the
premises, near .Wells hill, about
136 acres belonging to the es
tate of Mrs. M. 'L. lieanland,
dec. " 1
By W. B. Martin, clerk and
master and special com., Friday,
October 1st, at the court-house
door, a house and lot on the
south side of the square- W. b.
Uriglll, KC., TS. O. 11. miniHin,
. A sacramental service will be
11 -a C- 1 ' A. O 1
leiu ai, juuiDerry next, numiay.
There will be a general cnurcn
mnntlrK nr RViilnli flip 3d finndflv
in oepiemoer, ai ix a. in. aii
members arc desirea to be pres-
Those wishing to join the
h or be baptized will have
.1 ! r L! If ft
trie Drmieire. iu. Ksii&uu r, t
Th c festival of the Presbyte
rian church at Swan creek, last
Fridn 7 nifflit realiid the liberal
re cr.a m Wo nm-iin.
cum a Vy 0...v..
late tlic ladies, and rejoice witn
thpm nvrr hir wncccss. Wbieh
is a hi
rrw cnmviwmonw to rne iii-
1 ma il .
eralitjr of the community.
All male members of the M
R Church South, of the Fay
etteville station, are requested to
meet the Board of Stewards at
a" i 1 lit C a ' T1
UaidWeil 6 DIOre r naay e enillg,
at 7:30 p. m., Without fail, as
business of importance demands
it. A. D. 14UTH, Chairman.
Kevsj Tucker, Mials. Coustons
and bowell conducted a series
of religious services ; at Kolso
station during part of the paitt
week. Two professions of reli
gion good interest manifested.
Organized1 a Methodist society
with twenty-six. names. Mr.
lYin. "KKlio.k donated a !x;autifnl
lf in TZan rm ti-hiMi n rhiib
mt lit At V 1i.h via itaJivai vasuaMi
y -- """U4"Mm.mWof thePresbTterianch0rch. The
dollars , already subsenbed to-
warn ua WLtuojj. .,
rl.o, tfim wnet
cjs-v1 wej ? vov
side of the square.has been thor
.u . .1
oughly overhauled, cleaned and
painted, outside and in, making
it pleasant and attractive, and
now with a stock of choice drugs,
medicines, toilet articles, etc., at
low prices, the public may rest
assured or a eheerlnl - welcome
and courteous attention.
. Country Gossip.
Siizlbwille, Sept. 6.
delightful little city of Fayette-
Tille on Friday last at 11 o;clock,
we took tne i,yncnDurg pise ior
miles. We then left-obliqued
along the Charity pike, until we
arrived at the little gtrcam that
jars the unclassical appellation
0f '-Gimlet" Hero -we as-ain
left-obliqued and proceeded up
its rugged right bank, along the
hanced by the dam pning ac-
companiament of a heavy rain
shower, from one of those clouds
tne extent of wliich is limited to
anuy m wuicu tney arise in
the morning in the form of va-
ppr, ana retnnv in the auenjoon
m drenching but refreshing and
aflu ,s ine reai 01 ine
V wuiiDie .con-
mva r fllo r;,;w
nrndnrrtivp. nan!fV "Rnt
Loads w. nor mud coid t)re-
vent ll8 from ffMstino- nnr ovpr
upon the splendid corn prospect
presented to our vision by the
valleys and slopes of the eastern
and . western shores of Gimlet,
After a five-mile ascent of Gim-
lei, we made a half wheel left,
and crossed the intervening ridge
to the mouth,thence up Bi Hun-
gry over the ridge to Oak Hill,
up the Shelby vilic pike to the top
- th f nnTr nf. . nUnna 0i,.o
r. 1 n
School funds aDDortioned to
the scholastic population oi 1879:
1st, 320.40 14tb, ?261.90
2nd, 170,10 X5th, 225.90
W. .' 1
.. Hams . . . .
lCoNLose from wagon,
Sacked m depot
' ivtcbes, qorfrs..
Eoos -From first hand
Teathebs Strictly choice 45
oars in depot 4045
II UtLl Itl-r-l niLIVCIIB V QIAO .
v a - 1
i i'nTinH-.iriMi .. .. .
Licnf.ea have been isened to the follow
in0' parties sinoe oar last-c
I . i, - . . ct. -Ti
1 noa. CMOTan ana izzie auenun.
Klijah MuXins jrnd Ida Britt.
W. M. C. Waiis and Sarah K. Smith.
P. Morrison and M. A. Watson.
Henry Hamilton and P. C.Pitts.
. - IJXiiJAJ I
Th Wartbura. East Tennessee. Friday
3d inst.. Mr- LUCIUS P. BRIGHT, ia hia
39th rear. . . -
U waa a native of rayetteville, and
A A k. t . a A
J wen anown o our
faera and burial were m N.ahviiie.
Xear New Market. Ala," Wednesday,
?fiS nlt of droosr. Mrs. CAROLINE
alWNH, gea w years.
I . - .
. CL. - m SM am liAP alK I ! nl PintHllMI
ont w ae m uibuivvi v
church for fifty yrs, and her life wa
consistent with ber profession. Her bus
band, who has been long dead, was, we are
told, sheriff of Lincoln eonnty, many years
v f.;a Uce at the residence of Mr. W,
J StcaM. Monday, 6lh inst, of cholera
morons. Sir. o uu.' woi'm.i, i ......r
he was over u years oi ago.
He was a highly respected citizen.
Corrected Weekly by T. J. Gray
Wheats-fancy, old, $1; do,
new, 90c; choice, 80&85; prime,
7080c. Damp and musty wheat
is not wanted.
Dried Fruit apple3,2; peach
es, quarters, 3c; halves, 4c.
Com, white milling, 35; yel
low and mixed, 3032c
- Bacon sides, 9c ; hams,910;
shoulders, 6c. s
Sorghum, old, 20c; new, none.
Honey, strained, 8$; comb, 8 J.
Potatoes, Irish, 3050 cts.
Eggs, scarce, 78.
Meal, 50c. '
2Tew Advertisements. -
W, S.Brigh.t,by next friend, d'c,
' vs. J. II, Burnamt tt als.
PURSUANT to a decree or the Chancery
Court, of Lincoln county, Teiines.ee,
setting at Fayetteville at its April term,
1880, in the above cmse, I will
On Friday, October 1st, 1880,
attend at the south door of the court-houe,
in said town of Fayetteville, and offer for
sale to the highest bidder for cash, the fol
House and Lot !
situated in said town of Fayetteville, Tenn.
on the south side of the public square, and
bounded as follows, to-wit: eginni .g at
the north-west corner of the Ilines block, or
lot, on the south-side of the public square
of said town; runuirg thence west, with
said square, 29 feet and 6 inches ; thence
couth 92 feet; thence east 29 feet and 6
inches ; thence north 92 feet, with the Ilines
lot, to tile beginning.-
Said lot has upon it a two-storied brick
building with four rooms; the lower room
adjoining the Iliue lot is now occupied as
a butcher's shop, and the other lower room
is now occupied by Q. B. Boy les as a law
Said honse and lot will be sold as the
property of the said Q. B. Boy les and Jas.
II. Burnafn, who own the same as former
partners.under the name and styleof Boy les
& Burnam, to satisfy the sum of $3,509.45,
and interest thereon from the 12th of Octo
ber, 1878, and costs of suit being the bal
ance of a judgment recovered by complain
ant in said cause on the 12th of October,
1878. W. B. MARTIN,
Clerk and Master and Special Com.
BY virtue of one writ of venditioni ex
ponas to me directed from the honor
able Circuit Court of Lincoln eonnty, Ten
nessee, at its March term, 1880, in tie case
of Caldwell & Kelso against E. A. Isoro, I
will expose to public sale to the highest
bidder, for cash, at the court-house door in
the town of Fayetteville, Tennessee, on
Saturday, October tlie 2d, 1880,
all the right, title, claim and interest that
E. A. Isom has in and to the following
Tract of Land I
situated in Lincoln county, Tennessee, civil
districts No. 6 and 7, and beunded as fol
lows, to-wit Beginning at a stake in the
mouth of Hamestrang cret k, north 43 deg.,
east 42 poles up said creek to a sycamore,
thence west 60 deg., east 33) poles to a
stake near a pile of rocks on said creek,
thence north 3 deg., west 101 poles to an
elm and ironwood, thence north 86 poles, to
a small black walnut in S. M. Conger's lint,
thence west 84 poles to the middle of Nor-
ns creek, thence south with said creek
115) poles to & stake, the south-wrst cor
ner of the Johnson tract, thence east 24
poles to a rock, thence south S deg., west
66 poles to a small buckeye, thence west 17
poles to a stake, south 85 deg., east 9 polos
to a willow, south 2b deg., east 34 poles to
a willow in the creek, thence south 50 deg-
west 28 poles to a stone on the bank of the
creek, 24 deg., east 52 poles to the begin
ning. Containin g 149 Acres I
Levied on ae the property of E. A. Isom,
to satisfy one judgment against him and
in favor of Caldwell St Kelso, for $37.10,
besides interest and costs.
B. T. HOLLAND,
sppt 9-$8.00 Sheriff.
F. McClure, et als., vs. John
Reed, et als.
Coaatf fonrt, Lincoln foanty.
N tlis cause it appearing to the satisfac
tion of the Court that the only child of!
MosesMcClure.dec'd.whose name and place
of residence are unknown, so that the or
dinary prorees of law cannot be served up
on him or her. c
It is. therefore, ordered by me that publi
cation be made in the Fatkttkvit.lk Ob-
rebvkr, a newspaper published in the town
of Fayetteville, for four consecutive weeks,
requiring said defendant to appear be
fore the honorable L'ounty Oourl ol Lincoln
county, on the First Monday In Oc
tober, next, to plead, answer or demur
to complainant's bill, or the same will be
taken for confessed and set for hearing
ex parte. Witness my hand at office, this
2nd September, 1880. P. B. BOYCE,
sept 9 Clerk
. No. 1.6GJ.
TJY virtue of one writ of venditioni ex-
JLt ponas to me directed from the honora
ble Circuit Court of Lincoln connty, Ten
nessee, at its March term, lodO, in the case
of R. I Caldwell, trustee, airsinst E. A. I-
som, I will expose to public sale to the
highest LiJder, for cash, at the court-honso
door in the town of Fsyettoville, Tenncs
Saturday, October 2nd, 1880,
all the right, title, clsim and interest that
E. A. Iiom has in and to tne following ae
Tract of Land I
Kin!? in Lincoln county, lenDespee, ana
bounded as loiiows, to-wu ueginiHuj mi.
j . ... . -. T : : . .
ukA in the mouth of Hamestrnnir creek
north 43 der. east 42 poles m said creeit to
s avcAmore. thence west 80 dee. east 33
poles to a staKe nsar a pue oi rocas on
aid creek, thence north 3 deg. west 101
notes to an elm and ironwood, thence north
r. - .... i .uir
V ... .. f 1
m nolea to a smau niaca wamnt in a. m
. ... . .'ijt.
Conifer's line, west fli poics to me miaun
of N orris Creek, thence south with sail
creek 1153 poles to a stakr, the south -eas
comer of the Johnson tract, thence east 2
tMm to a rock, south i dez. west C6 pole
to a small buckeye, west 17 polea to a stake
in the pnbha road, south 44 poles to a stake
south 5 dog. west 10 poles to a suae, sou
er Artr. eat 9 poles to a willow. soa:h '
dee. east 32 poleB to a willow in the creek
south oO deg. wess 2B poies 10 a iac
bank of creek, south 24 deg. east 52 pol
to the beginning, -
Conta ining 140 Acres !
Levied on as the property of E. A. Iiom
(levy made subject to previous levy of Cald
well St KeUo) to satisfy one judgment a-
rainst him and in favor oi K.L. Caldwell.
trustee, for $15.05. besides interest and
costs. R. T. HOLLAND,
Bsxj. F. GarTos, ' Stobt B. Ladd
LUluebt . Paixk.
Late Commissioner of Patents. '
PAINE, GHAFTON & LADD,
A ttorneys-at-Zaio andSdlicitors of A mer
. ican and Foreign Patents.
412 Fitth Strsst. ' WAsmsoToir, D. C.
Tractice patent law in all its branches in
(he Patent Office, and in the Supreme and
Circuit Court of the United States. Tam-
phiet sent free on receipt,of stamp for post
age. ' sopt2-tf
ilrjcntc Wanted !
LIFE AND ADTEM VltES Or
FRANK and JESSE JAMES,
ft.t YUd Vwton fctUwt. Br Hon. J. A . Piers. Fb
IK A true aud llirillinif accouot (llliiftril) of
their bold 0ie a io lor 1Z) ear ,ln 80 different
Matct ami Terriiwriv. bnflline rlviectlirc and o!tt-
eialsof th Inw, tnt EilUnf Book ot the year. 10,-
000 anll In three uonthii iW o n w lor ouult : 1 w
f .r .m Jc to;)v. l.jh.,ral Term w Agent. Pf. I
TUomrsoil cC., I'ablUiierk, 30 Ptua
SC., ST. UIUS, fflt4. aug ls-8t
And it came to pass in the
Gty of Fayetteville, also in
the country round about,
' that the . people went to
gather into ,
II. M. BIVKE & SONS'
Ko. 2, Toon Block; West
Side of the Square, Fay
etteville, Tenn. And they
Baid Blake & Sons spake
unto them, and made them
believe, that in order to
make room for a fall stock,
that they are selling many
goods in their line at Ke
duced Prices, and they
bought them and went home
rejoicing to tell their neigh
bors and all the people
round about the city and
the country, and tho people
II. M. Blake & Sons.
And they also 6aid they
would tell those that owe
Blake & McPhail to pay
the amount at once to
II. M. Blake.
r"TMIE undersigned take pleasure in no
X tifyinc the public that they will run the
Cotton Gin, situated near Fayettei ilia,
formerly owned by B. S. Woodard. They
have had it repaired and will give their
personal attention to the business, and will
use every etl'ort to give satisfaction to cus
tomers. Patronage of the public is so
lirited. J. L &Q. D. WOODARD.
CAPITAL STOCK, 5100,000!
Dees a General Banking Business.
H. C. Whitamr, J. W. Hot.mas
W.W.Jaw, W. W.WiLsoir,
D. W. HOLMAN.
il. P. HAMFTON, Cashier.
JulylT D. W. HOLMAN, Tres't.
First Actional Bank.
B. MoGUIRE, WM. BONNER, Ja
JAS. G. WOODS. W. N. WRIGHT.
NO. C. GOODRICH. (JKO.W. MO LOAN
JAS. D. TILLMAN.
J. R. FEENEY, Cashier.
J. G. Woone, President.
Wm. Bohnkb, Jb., Vice-President.
k LL parties dtsiring Divorces can ob
.XJLtain them for the small snm of five
cents each by calling at my office, where
at tlH!-same time, free or charge, they can
take a look at the roan in the moon. My
cat yet liveth. Yank handles the man in
the moon and I run the cat.
M Tirt Su
FOB TIIH CAMPAIGN.
Thi WKKIT Br IH be fonnd a nsefnt anxllla
rv hr all who arc earoesliy worainr lor me rvrurui
of tha National Govrrnment. Believing tliat tb
crtls which hare m long- bewt llil) country can be
cured only by a chitnire of the party in pawer. TBI
sra Karntftir rupiioria ior I'rrnieoni ami n
PrMiilenL il AKCOCK and EXL18n.
In order Uat all thoe who aympathiia with our
pnrpoe may mt tdlriantl y co-oprato with n.
will Mml The Wkeilt srx to rluo. or iuirl
sub-ribnr, von paid for twent y-Te ceuta
for the next tlitc mntns.
Addrtai THK XVX, TSexr York City.
ACiEWTS WA3fTI-.n to m-1) tlm LIFE OT
By hit Ulc lonr Irirnd. lion. J OH TT . 0 li
ft KY. an rditur and auihcr of aational reputa
tion: an ardent admirer of the "superb aoldicr
Wn hmva tlie lrtmlM from (; Ilma
rockvl hl official endoraomeait ot orr
baok. A neni houd eoniturt their own ana n iy
crlber' interest;" by ll!nir or dnllyrtnir oilier
cditian. JSiT BENT TKK.T1S. Outfit Sue.
Parttrnlirs free. Att quick. Atdreva tica-
B4RU BaoS . Pub., M W.h St Cincinnati, Ohio
an g Chice Gooda cheap, by wrltiuif on a
Portal for our Pric Li.t. which eaablea you to
order br anall the hct way. and see I he many
kinds of Alorcnaatllto W Keep ior saie at .urvri.-
inzly low prices. Wa send sample of 11 am burrs.
Laces. Ribbons, Trince, A., if requatt Wa
sell Wh-dosaU and Rt-tail for Cash down. A aiow
combinalina sratera enabli-a us to quote ttj done
prices. We haye $1, l and 15 packages of Uia
which cannot be boucht for twioe the money ele-
-it aaa.,iU. n ,rf fMmllT. AlAney re
turnei if not satisfactory. &zhtB t Battdtt. ti Tia-
TIIEb6?IAJIXA FOn- BOOit-AGEtTa
Uullinirouravlendidlr illustrated book, Lilt
writicn by ins uie-ionK 'rifua, lion
Mv. an author of natioaal fame, and an Aiden
ainnrer of the "siiMrb soldier"; Indmling the
Lite af Hon. XV M. II. E.GI.IH. This
work is officially oadoraed.low pncea.iki
mnnsul)' iximlnr, and scllins; beyond preeed.
n. OiitfltjOe. Act ejalckZaad coia naen.
or. Kor the beat book. !ie.t terms, aud full oar
ticolars, address HLUUARli U1K-., Atlanta. Ga.
Aid Outfit free.
. KttV, Aim
and expenses to aent
tnrnMa. Maine. aK 19
AaMriKi r. v. f u jv
Sa rys4ar maul, itnertfutic lucalagenis
i I lwanlol In ecry city anil town. lUt
UVmH ski applr. Adilmt Viviaa H.
ALVISTISZSSI soml ftr onr Kfleet Lisl of Ix-al
NfWSiapcra. ,Go. P. Kowcll A to ,lSruee .
GHOCcRSES, CCaPCTmSR)S, ETC,
113 "OF .
Under Bright Hall!
T7AS boneht the Interest f J. C. Bright
XX in the firm of Bright & Daniel, and
will continue the business at the same
stand, w ith a choice assortment of
Staple and Fancy
consisting of Coffee, Sngar, Teas, Fkur.
Meal, Candies of all kinds, Domestic and
Imported Fruits, Nuts, Pickles Tobacco,
Cigars, Oysters, Sardines, and other arti
cles usually kept in houses of this class.
By keeping good articles at reasonable
prices, with courteous treatment to custo
mers, be hopes to receive a liberal trade.
july22-6m BOBT. DAS1KL.
B. LI Hatcher, jr, & Co.,
Staple and Fancy
Will Se as Low
as the Lowest!
All Articles Guaranteed
To be as Represented.
Call and Price our Goods.
West Side Square,
Fay o 1 1 o-v 11 1 c,Te n n c hi
JEEPS oo hand a full supply of
Canned Goods, Tropical Traits,
ORANGES, LEMONS, FIGS&c.
TheBakingDepartmenf is Complete
And Fresh Bread Tea and Orna
mental Cakes, Kept Con-
atnotlr on Hand .
Home Fruita, and Toyu n Abnu-
GALL AND SEE ME I
Orders for parties and weddings aolicite d
. 2forth Side the rvblic $ptare,
School Rooks, Bible) and Teata-
nientM, Mlncelliinentis Hooks,
MHasincH and Weeklies),
Blank Books Pocket
dum Books, Photo
frraph and Autograph
Alhums, Lejrnl Cap, Letter,
and Note Paper aud Envelope,
DrawingPaper,GoId and Sil
vered Paper, Plain aud
lmboKed, Wall Paper,
Paper, Luln and Bus
tle Picture Frames, any
sire, and will furnish any
thin? in the Book and Stationery
Jnst received from the American Bihl
Society rubiishing House, Kew Yotk,
A New Supply of
Bibles and Testaments !
W. V. 3c It. PETTEY.
An Abundant Supply.
Our supply of tho Appleton Readers A
dopted by the Directors hss been re
ceived and are being put m me cnKis as
rapidly ss they can be reached. You will
facilitate the good work of introducing them
by coming to V. T. Gill it Co's ia Fayette
ville and getling ronr supply.
sept2-2t JNO. S. COLLINS, Ajt.
nAVINO recently pnrcNiS';J th.a pop
alar aliUx (Wg knwn a iti. i" jr
katn Hills) w art; 4ow pattinir ttvoi in first
class order, and with supwior ntfthinerj,
which is equal to aaj ia tha State, w can
FLOUB; MEAL, BEAli
or other Silling Products,
equal to anj in quality and quantity.
Soliciting a liberal patromye, we promise aa "
Hatiriag effort to gits sati.factioa.
To fanners and all ollvrs, w offer
Custom Grinding Eery Daj !
snd ask them to gire m a trial, a scared, m
wa are, that they will ua pleased wita our-
way of doing business.
BEARDED tt THOMAS.
P. S. Mat. Beard en may alvrajs be
lonnd at the Mills, and will give orders hia
The Old Celebrated
U AP T .A K NT S
Stoves of Any Pattern
FuiuLslie'l t Salt rurfhaen.
COAL OIL AND LAMPS,
Kitchen Furniture and Pumpft,
REPAIRS FOB 010 STOVES.
Jobbing a Specialty,
. THOS. J, MET.
BY VIRTUE of the power Teed in me
br the last will and testament of Mrs.
11. L. Beanland, dec, I will on
Saturday, -September 25, 1SS0,
offer for Sale to the higheM bidder, on the
premise, the following described landu:
laitnated in Lincoln county, Tennis?, in
citil district i'o. 8, on the sooth side nf klk
Kiver, and honnded on the north by the
lands of W. I). Kilpatr ict,on the' east by tlaa
lands of M. C Atkinson, on the aoutlk by
the lands of James Hon It and on tha west
by the lands of James Wetis,
Containing 136 Acre,
more or less. .About one half of the tract
is ill a hih state of cultivation, nrulr good
fence; with dwelling and good outhouse's,
apple and peach orchards, et.
baid laud will be sold on a sredil of
one, two snd three jaars, except 10 pr
cent ia cash. Kotvs with two or n;re pood
and sulScient securities will be required of
the purchaser, and a lien will be retained
on the land until all the purchase moriey is
JAMES II. BEANLAND,
Executor of Mrs. M. L. Beanland, dec.
r IHR randidtts for the Legislature will
ddreas the ptwple at the various pre
cients below indicated:
Kdmondsou's, Septemler the
Molino. " ' 4
Blanche, M " T
t'vmsfon, " " R
W'ilUille, " . " 0
BWs'llill, " " 10
Sulphur .Spiings u 13
I'elersbuig, " " It
Glidoweira Bidge, " " l.r
Oakllill, u IK
Buckeye. ,w "17
Mulberry YiMage, " 1
Lynch bnrjr, u "21
IWneville, to "22
Tucker's t reok, . 31
George's Store, " " 2fc
Kelso, " - 2S
Klyntrille. " . " 2D .
Faetteil!e( October M 4
Ice For Sale?
B. M. Hatcher, jr., & Co.'s
TVill deliver on regular enntract le fami
lies in any part f the town. Will furnish
by tho gallon at reasonable prices.
-Widow Henderson's' Salve !
IS one of the most valuable ever made.
I) cares or relieves ulcers, eruptions, ran.
cera.erysipelia St.Anthonv's Bre,scaM head.
bnrn, lruises, sore eyts, &c, no matt, -how
hntr standing. Cp ?ea of frun 4 '. i . .'
years' duraliin have lice ci.'fl, alu-i i
other n.nietlif'S h.ive faned t'eVr, : t
eiven if Wished. And for fViu's. !--. t :r.
sores, xle evil, wind g!U iu ii;. i-",i
For a;tle in Fa vetlevi!1' hy ..', ri.!:.4
and at Christ ia a' drng otite: in linnu
Uill by E. S. Wilson ; Mrs Klhl MrKte.of
Gwihen, Tenn.; Ir In Moore, Oak Liitl;
Mr. Bat Marsh, 1'eter.shu g.