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OFrVCK. AT TH K SAMK OLD STANI
N.: O. WALLACE,
Fylfot- uiatl itibllislser.
Jurors for , the February
.Prom the Lynchburg Sentinel.
Judge ; Bean appointed the an elevation of eight thousand
following, venire Jacias last j feel above the level of. the sea.
Monday: ! Treasure city, two miles higher
Dist" No. 1 Ja9. McDowell,: up, is ten thousand feet in alti
Felix Motlow, J. M. ' Hughes iiude. . The' mines are one hun
Jas. Blvthe. jdred and twenty miles fromElko,
Xo. 2. J. C. Evans IL L. The great mining crusade
Bvrom and J. "V. Smith. I was occasioned by the discove-
"Xo. 3. Ephraim Cobble. J.lrv of the Eberhardt mine by
D. Grav, sr., ar.d Andrew
sim and 13. E. Spencer.
Xo. 5. J. J. AValker. and
Robt. Gray. per part of it with hi poll-pick
Xo. 6.-OT. C. Curry and Jas. and to his surprise it bent. The
Edt-ns. " . top ot it was pure silver. He
. Xo. 7.-T. J. Stephens and located a claim there and it as
S. C. Woodward. ;sayed fifteen thousand dollars
Xo. 8. M. A. Prosser, Eli- per ton. A company was or
jah Warren and Lecil Marr. iganized and millions of dol-
Xo. 0. W. P. Bobo and B.jlars were taken outtwo quartz
M. Edens. j mills were erected and in three
Xo. 10. J.L.Holt and Thos.i months the town of Hamilton
Xo. 11. W.
Constables. J. C. Tipps andjaiHl Hamilton, and oven that did
W. P. Jlazlctt. Snot accommodate the traveling
I public. Thousands came by
Jewel Basket. private conveyances the toll-
Busy yourself not in looking
forward to the events of to-1
morrow. ;day for three months. Thej
Character is the diamond that! streets were blockaded with!
scratches every other stone. ihuge wagon trains from morn-!
Value the friendship of himing until night they were la
who stands by you in the hour of! don with lumber, provisions
peril. land goods. The wagon trains
Nothing can overcome the ; were generally composed of
strength of a sweet temper. : fine wagons coupled together
Sweet patience come ! and drawn by fourteen mules
Not from a low snd earthly source, lhe front wagon Called .1
Waiting till things shall have theircourso ; ..-.t- i " t- t- ,
Not as accepting present gain, i "Murphy, or a "Prairie hchoo-
In hope of some hereafter gain ;
Not in a dull and sullen calm.
But ai the breath of heavenly balm
Kidding my weary heart submit ,
To beur whatever Godsee St.
Kiveet patiea-e come.
ocu r to imio a quiet gi iui,
than a hurrying delight.
Don t complain, the snn is al -
ways shining somewhere, laugh
T.i . - ' l !.. i
Look trouble in th
Memory is the most inuepen-
dent faculty of the human mind,,
it reproduces what reason has)
UlttaiCU JIUU lldui tyuuiwu..
.i:4..j i ,u .. f; . i
He who has not a good mcra-jf
ory snouia never taKe upon nun
felf the trade of lying.
Children Remember now
thy Creator, in thc days of thy
St. L'iui, lower,
00 el. 10
1.42 1.42"; j
New York,irregular, 122 (5.1.23 j
St. Louifi, firm,
A careful analysis ot the
new Congress, shows that the
Senate consists of 53 Republicans,
28 Democrats, and 2 Independents,
besides the contested seat from
Louisiana total 74. The whole
number of representatives i 292,
of which 174 are Democrats. 107
Republicans, 10 Independents,
and one to be elected from the
Fourth Congressional district of
The Baptists all over the
country are making preparations
to celebrate that denomination's
growth during the century, call
jng it the Baptist Centennial,
though the Baptist Church is con
siderably older than the nation.
In 1776 they were only 25, 000 or
30,000 communicants, but tbey
now number something like 2,
000,000. jjT "Hangman Footc," of
Tennessee writes to Farson
I Jro wnlow in favor of nomina
ting Grant for a third term, fund
thc disbanding ol the .Demo
cratic party. Both are neces
arv before the Empire is usher-
rA in, and Foote would like to I
be the executioner ot the Ke
Corn has declined, and only
commands 40 to 44 cents, sacked,
on the trharf. and dull. Wheat
dull at ?l to $1.20. Hogs G to 7
cebts gross beef cattle 2 to 21
centi on foot.
Wnito Pine in 1069. "!
For tha Fayetteville Olvrver.
Flintyille, Dec. 4, 1875.
Messrs. Had ley, Miller and
myself fonndtWenty-fivo thou
sand menthfcre VherY' we ar
rived. .-.Tlie streets of-.Hamil-ten
were eheetcd with ice. al
though it 7fifl June "the "wind
blew furiously, while the s wing-
in ir . err? a v ft! rvl '" n ml Vi i v' ri
! atftca gnst Hamiil0; i8 bit.
luated on a hifirh Dlateau in the
HVhitc Pine mountain rane, at
a German named Eberhardt in
1868. He was
and found a stone
. u 1 1 ,1
erect resembling the head stone I
of a grave he struck the
i was built containing six thou
B. Smiih andjPiitl inhabitants five stage
i lines were plying between Elko
'gate on the Gibson toll road
took in live hundred dollars per
! ner, having a cailTlllg Cfipaci-
jty of ten thousand pounds
the remaining four attached de-
crease in size the whole train
often contains thirty-three thou-
, Mn(1 poril)drJ. Thc fincst train
ibclor.wd to a Mr. Prichard it
;was ComjU,S(Hl of fivc ns
m.n , c.iffhteen h,vge mu
!,.,;,. nf u.A) n,i .r,o
it. nn tlu trnm niHsntfl n imml
sl ht! Hamilton contained a
t liumbcr of S;lloons Mld
bli h . , , .
thinnfe of vino tvi-
: v o
Were tOO Olteil
ntcd by lhe visil
Tro ivi l-i
ler and miner, lhe ''Stone Sa-
loon" on Main street could ac-
icomodate hve hundred persons,!
jand it was filled to its utmost
j capacity every night. Fifteen
j card tables were in use every
levelling, be.-ides many other
j games of chance. Despera-
1 dims, fn "ii lil hi'S. minpiNa iw.lir.u
men, newspaper-men. capitalists
7 O 1 j v. . .
1.00 (si -o land men ot every grude met
90 97$; there nightly. The noise and
120 1.32 j confusion day and night almost
1 35 'drove a nerson to his roll.-ti-
the veils and curses of team-
j filers, cracking their whips with
ja V1IU luc rumbling ol wagons,
the clattering ol horse's leet,
the steady tramp of hundreds
ol footmen, thc ringing of bells,
the loud voice of auctioneers,
all could be'distinguished, be
sides loud "blasts" of powder
made by the miners while at
work. It was a pandemonium
where fortune hunters from
Europe, Asia, South America,
the Pacific Islands and everv
State and Territory in the Uni
ted States met in a mad whirl
of excitement, eagerly seeking
for the pecious metals. No
mine except thc Eberhardt a
mounted to anything, although
the mountains contained traces
of silver, lead, copper, manga
nese, iron and a few other met
als. Horn silver, luby silver,
the chlorides of silver was
found but not in paying quali
ties. The carbonates, the black
oxide and thc yellow chloride
of .lead existed, but owing to
the expense of getting it out, it
did not pay to work. The state
of society was fearful when I
was there. Men were deliber
ately shot down in cold blood
by ruffians under the slightest
A 1 M
preicxr, ana it was a common
thing for the miners to ask the
question every morning "Who
was killed for breakfast?'7 The
report of thc pistol could be
heard almost every night,gamb
lers shooting miners, or the re
verse, or the popping away at
each other by the desperadoes;
it was actually unsafe, for trav
elers to walk, the streets at
night. The wind was constant
ly blowing at a fearful rate,
probably owing to the great el
evation the appearance of the
country was not inviting lone,
bare mountains except portions!
of the illnpah ana some others
interspersed with the pinvh '"or
;t"-ir unt ..in. fiiimi oinv mniKpe
jof rock, .alkali vallies, contain-
ins little or no water. Av hile
them, I became lost while
rrrnjTwtirny'" in ffimnJlflV With
prOtfpeCIing Company WllXl
a Shoshone Indian, and was.&d
without a jnoreel of food for V ftesWy re-"md
tVtir Jn-c I TCtllfl relate tnanV I lnOrpe'tioiBBe of Representative, tak.
IOUr flflyS. A iCsliU reiAlt... "tJfU..sp oMnmairy opened rear ago b
,V;n;nrr 'nirirntfl rflfttinsr to-"P w"tjaadaintryhiTwHigat
rkrilKnv incidents relating to;?wA?"w?wBj
myself while in that inhospita -
ble region, but for fear of mak-
ing mj'selt altogether too con
T 1 - it
Kmrinns. I forbear relating them.
l ' , -,T . .
Suflice tO SaV. tliatl left White
Pine for Utah in April, 1870,
T-i ft v trior ivnn in tVp rnirtPK pIpv-
""""n WV,. ' w
en months. I suffered many
. , , . . J
hardsllinS, bUt WaS' Clad tO gret
' , i
awar With my head UpOU my
, - , . J 1 .
ShOUlderS. it Was my CrOOd lOr-
. J .
UniCt tO make the acquaintance
of Judge Terry a gentleman
, ...r ,
i , - i , .i
or great ability while at the
11fl -i-,. . . ... , .
White line; it will be remem-
, -i.i'. r -i m l-iir
-i.i . r i m l-iir
bored that JllUge lenT .killed
T1 i . , , I-T
liroaonek. the Orator OI the a-
r , . 'i i c i , .
cine coast, in a duel fought at
. ' CJ
bail I ran CISCO 111 an early day.
Col. ColumbUS bimmS, SOU Ot
C-i ci- c LJ n -
JllmOre OiinS Ot L.., WaS
T . 1 i ii. . :i: -a '
It1,n-.nll, m In... ..'tir- I 11'HCI 4l-f.t
uiuwticiiii; lit ,i v u it x i3 unit, crnisnrupj .-"uiiscripiiou. postage invpaia. 6oc.
U..4. ! 1 l r T 1 ft- ir mouth or SC5o a year. Scsday edition, extra,
DUt (lied ClOre 1 lelt. lie WaS n.lopervenr. We have no traveling agents.
t- e AddreFs.l'HESU.N, New York City.
a young man of fine promise. iwe.set
ovq ouurn, ine puguibi, ;td insoivpnt Vnlir hv t ho Hi in
there. Xcd. Buntline, the ro- JU!,01eni ou W l n"
mancist. and all the leading pa-' " CCry tOliru
pers of the Union Were represeil- V7"nEKEAS, David C. Hall, administra- ; College in the Sooth. Its factlltv i com
i 1 Tl,.,o, , "i; ' . tor, &c, of 0. P. Gnfiis, deceased, posej 0f experienced tea i her", end its
ted. I haC seeil the g eat 31l- filed his insolvent bill in the Chancery Court erUS, .inotv .."odetate than IhoJc of anv
nincr Crusade of Xevada and I
look back at the past with many
j)uj'sc-throbs. I will write of ,
the Mormons and of Utah in
my next letter. Meantime, I
advise the readers of the Ob
skkveii to be patient, as I have
manv a truthful tale to unfold ?
yet, about the Great "West.
...John A. "YVomack.
. . i
, ,i1Pvinri B(inilW!fl!ln ,s r.nn;
A Itemarkablo Professional Suc
Among the notable professional men of I
this country who has achieved extraordina- j
TV success is Dr. R. V. Tierce, of Buffalo, :
N. Y. The prominence which he has at-!
t line. I has been reached through strictly le- ;
giiimate means, and, to far, -therefore, he
deserves th enviable reputation which he j
enjoys, i ins large measure ot success is
the result of a thorough and caieful prep
aration for lis calling, and extensive read
ing during a long and unusually large prac
tice, which have enabled him to gain high
commendation, even from his professional
brethren. Devoting his attention to certain
upceialtics of .the science he has so careful
ly investigate 1, he has been rewarded in a
icmaikable degree. Ia these speciaiitca,
he has become a recognized leader. Not
& fcr of the remedies iirfccrued bv li m
haveitissaid been adored and prescriW
by l.hvfciCiaas m their private practice.
1 His pamphlets and larger works lavo bew
i I e , x ,. . ,. ,
r-ce:vpJ '-s "spfU' contributions to meoical
Know (Hi. Te. lie nas rerenwy acaca an- . , , .,-r,. , , r, 7.-; r r. .
.. , 2 . 1, 'i4! A WEEK Ol'VTiANi'EEl) to .Acen's Mnie 1
other, and perhaps more important work, be- aiii Fv?.;,w. ,in tntii locaiiiv. TciTrsj
cause of more general application, to theivi J 't"lT Vn;. A.Wrws r'. O. VI-.E. .
list of his published writings. This book, j x A't- j
enf.tled "The People's Common Sense Sled ! r e Ann pnrdav at homo Tentn fr-o. ..i.irc '
ical Adviser,'' is designed to enter into rener-jwJ MlHir.o. stisfon to, fnrtian.t. 5ie.
!al allBlauon- JT- iH-rc ua recetv.co nc-
' 1 1 J I I l: 1. . 1 . .
Klio- euginenis ana Honors trom many
sources, and t specially scientific degrees
m the lira
at JNnsbville, now has 4UU stu
dents: 200 in the meoical depart-
ment. 10U in the literary. cU in
the theological, and 20 in the law
Di B. HOLT'S
V.vti rTs Ytsi o TpnnAfiCPP
JJAaasj Ul8? XtJIUCBSCCj
SEW1XG llitlllNE KEEDLES1
50c to CO per dozen.
G ROVER & BAKER .
Lock Stitch Machine
at Manufacturers' prices.
GROVER & BAKER .
at manufacturers' prices.
Will send needles by mail on receipt of
A large assor ment of Burial Cases and
Caskets, from the smallest to extra large
siies, and prices from $10 to $50, ready
trimmed, including outside case.
Also a lare lot of Fish Bros. & Co's
Wagons just received, at $90 to $110, from
light 2 to 6 horse size. 1). B. HOLT.
Bep. 2, 1875. tf 0
J. L. Bryant. II. B. Morgan.
J Li BRYANT & COi,
ITEErS a full line of goods in all the
dilferent branches of trade. Viz: All!
..,.1.. r c .. . r rj '
grades of fancy and staple Dry Goods, ;
Made Clothing, Boots, Shoes and DatS.
We also keen the hoKt of CnfTW'SnnAr- and
e aiso keep me DObl OI conee, sugar an
oiner Rrocenes, iron aiis, liorsa ana ,
aiuie bhoes, Castings, Cook Moves, I in
ware, &c, all of which we Wt'W sell -
Cheap as the Cheapest !
We want all the
Bring us your Wheat, Corn, Feathers,
Rags, Beeswax. Ginseng, Dried Fruit, Eggs,
and any thing else that will sell, and getfT300K WORK. Our facilities fordoing
tho market price for it in cheap cooda r a kinds of Pamphlet Printiog cannot
groceries. Thankful for past favors.
janl- J. L. BBVAFT CO, '
, THE WEEKLY SUK.
Eighteen hundred and seventy-six Is the C'enten
Dii.l vear. It is airs tfcs year in which nn Oppofri
toin lltmse of Representative, th first since I he
war. will bo in power at Washington: and tbe rear
"ie 'wenl-v-thlrt election of a PrrftkfeBt ot the
United States. Ail of these events ate rare lob
i wo onrmptiona aa misaeeas i unmi'i
RllfT I S1-
oompltKe ami accurate account, furnishing- !U
, reader with early and trustworthy information
..Tn twnty.thrd rwidentfu eiectkn, with
tnejjreparauooi tor It, will be nernorabM as ae-
upon G'a apiraticn for a third term
of power and plunder,
and still more eg docklirr
tcanUidate of thepaiiv of Kelortn.
and aa electing that candidal. Concerning all
theae lubjecu, :hoe who read Tbe 8ck will have
.1 .,... l ..I. Lin 11 I
folf . ...v tt . . . ,
The Weiklt Srj, which has attained a circnla-
Uonof over eighty thousand copies, already baa
it reader in everv btate and Territory, ami we
trest that the rear ie7 w-lll ee their numbers
oouuletl. It will contlone to be athonmgh new.
paper All the general news ot the dv will be
ibTtud in it, condensed when unimportant, at full
ltl wben of moments and always, we tmst.
treated iu a dear, interesting and instructive
Itisonraira to make the Wefklt Siw the best
' Itisonraira to mak
'family newspaper m
tiune w gie in its co
n the world, and we shall con.
columns a larpe amount of mis
. such a (tones, tales, poems.
'nieniRence ana aricuiiurai iuioitjih-
for which e are not ah e to make room in
our dily editlou. The agricultural depavtuiODt
especially is one of its Dromment features. The
fashions are also regularly reported iuits columns:
and are the markets of evefy Vina.
The U'rinv r.vi ... il. flr- l
l-road columns isonl'y 1.2o year, potag pre.
dUuouDtcan be made trou 1 thib rate toclub.
apeias, rostmastew. or anvone.
i'be Haily M'.alarge four pare newspaperof !
iiiiii.i:ii(uicviuic. givi hu ine news ioriwo
at Fayetteville.TenneFsee, on the second of
St.'pU'inber, 1873, and by decree pronounced
at the uetober term, l7o, or the thanctry t
Court at Fayettevi Ie, Tennessee, in the!
cause of David C. Hall, administrator, and i
others against Dcssa Griffis and others, it
was ordered that tie administration ot
s.iid w.tafe berrmoved to theChancery Court
lor the estate to be wound up as an insol
vent estate. .
This is to to notifv all persons to file
: their claims properly authenticated on or
belore the 2th of February, IT,
with the Clerk and Ma.-n-r at Fayetteville,
i Tennessee, for pro nta distribution or they
win oe lofcvcr barred. J . H.l'UliK.
nov. 'Jo-.liu Clerk and Master.
liberal Trnu of Kr-
t fc ar jefcr Secou d-h and
Mach nes ci every di-s-
"OrV3ESTIC,, PAPER FASHION?.
Thr Brt Pat terns Rit.Ic Stn.1 5,t.. (r C.iogw.
Ai2s3 niKZSTi: S2W2T0 KAC22kE
Accyrs Wahted. -G 2VEW TOSH.
(111 a day at Lnaio
A rents wanted. OtttrUvnd
yii ternis lrec.
TRUKACO.. Aneusta, Maine.
SHUN DRUG POISONS.!
; nrDICI.VE REXDEIIED rSFXESKf I
Jolta's Eieclro Belts M Bands i
: are f'.iiinrff'.l liy tho most eminent uhvjici.ms in!
: the worii
the worlii for the cure tl Tlieuniatisra. penraliri.-i.
; iiervor.s ar.l cen-riil rtohililT. ami otlitr chronic
. ln'' , uver.?t'.mncn,kiupt.,t
null hiorii j;o-k wv.h fell iartt"i;i.irs Lxl ,r
, Voita ite u r,,, ctncinontl. O, . " j
" , ,, , . -,
jupSYt'lloMAXf Y, or: soclcIIAHMING
uo-.vounrr sii may mscinaie an.i gain thej
, !?Sd r'l '"'l
This snniiii' iiwriinl ai'Qiiiiemcnt all ran
possess, free, bv msil. fur 20 ct'ius; tojrethci v. lth a
! soil's: 's1'1.1; tis-sjisss
T.Wli.M AM A i;o.. -itMihir. I'll ila,lhh;a.
A I'TS. the (fiet'isLcUame of the ajrc Ail-
I dres. with iUiu;, Natiomil ('oi)Yiiij; 10 , At-
.f 1 dvi vn rvn. imi) i dvi 1 it ip
"i u" min v .
-6 ."V. Charles street, Baltimore, Md.
;oeorue keuuxu. m d. latoiTor.ofEj-e nd
Ear bmeirj-in lhe W.ishiii-rroii I'nivursi-
ty, aur,"-0 i l.i cliHi tn'.
The large handsome r4iU-nce of the latt"H rles
Carroll has becu fitteii n with all the improve,
ments adopted iu timlate.it scnoots or KtraorK,
lor the spernai treatment ot this cl.iis of Uueaics.
Apply bv letter to
i GCOUVE UEIXI.VC, 71. It.,
I Sui-rcoii in Charge.
ff f in M fl Pr dev.
UJ lUu)lUhle ami lucrative. Agents
Address Marion .Supply Co., Marion, O.
A Journal of Information for AdvertUero. Edi
tion. 9 ftOO roDius. Published ureeklv. Terms.
i lr aiiuiim. in aclvam-e. Fie spaciron opie
fditferent dales) to one address for cis. Offlce,
No. 41 Park How. -New Yori.. GEO. F. ROW El.L
A CO., Editors and i'ulilihi rt.
PUItSUXT to an order of the Cleik of
the County Court of Lincoln county,
Tenn., upen the suggestion or tha executor
of the estate of
J1CS c- D"". Jec
of the insolvency of said decedent's estate,
j notice is here by given to all persons having
claims against Faid estate to present them
to the Clerk of said County, autlionticated,
on or before the 1st day of April,1870,
for pro rata di&tribution, or they will be
octU MRS. M M. DAVES, Executrix.
Agents Wanted for the
i A rarratiTe of the exploits.
I adventure aud travels of Mud -
ante E.J. VaUsquez, otherwise
LT. HARRY T.BUFORD
A 1 K I r.
Edited by C.4 WOKTHIN'UTON.Eate U. S Navy.
AfAOAME VELASQUEZ, disguised as a Confed-"-er3te
officer, participated in a number of the
baldest fought battles of the latci war. and greatly
distinguished herself by the extraorj inary vsior
she displayed. She also distinguished herself as a
Spy and Seerct Service Jgcnt,
and on numerous occasions ran through the Feder
al lines and obtained information of Tital impor
tance to the Confederate commanders. Obtaining
admission behind tho
Scenes nt Washington,
sht established confidential relations with promi
nent Federal officials; was concerned in tbe great
by which the United States Treasury suffered to
the extent of millions of dollars; was actirely en
gaged in blockade running, and in encouraging
Substituting and Bounty Frauds,
by which the work of recruiting the Federal ar
mies was to seriously impeded; and was the hero
ine of a number of exploits even more interesting
than those of the battle-field. It also contain a
history of her Mining on the Pacific slope, her'
Travels in Europe, South America, and among tbe
Mormons. Love, Courtship. Marriage, ete.
The above facts are substantiated by leading
men both sou in and orta wno participated, no
book of such varied and intense interest as the
Womxn in Battle has ever bei-n issued in America.
Agents wanted in every connty in the United
States. Aireutscan make more monev bv canvass-
Ing for this hook than any others, as it is the cheap-
est as well as tne host selling Agents' book ever
puoliRhw,. The book ita lareofuvo roiume of
oTorSOO pages profusely illustrated. We print.
biQ'i and publish our own books: hence can allow
u commissions than any other honse. becare
your choice of territory at once. Address
SOUTHERN PUBLISHING CO.,
Co. Pbtob inh Mitchell Struts.
vompanv are now reorganizing meir general agen
cies. E'uergetic men may secure the control of all
sales in specified territory of a staple article. A
permanent cash business and a monopoly that may
le ma-le to pay I5,uuu per annum, to
i.i. rw. with f.Ump enclosed . G A
n encloseil. U A. Ll
yrt"(1,:?kulj,t'lel!reet' Wew Tork-
"celled. UiveusacalU .
BSERVKB Or"FICE Fantevfltt, Tt
Oak Hill Institute!
T HB nest regular session of this school
coramenc '- . ..
January 31t, 187C,
ami continue twentj wecJur, under the ea
IerTision of P. Himbaugh, assisted bj
competent teachers. There 'will I an ex
tra eefion of four week beginning the
3rd of January, 1876, for tho aocomrnotia
tion of those who wish to pursue their
studies, a well as thoeo who wish to thor
oughly prepare themselves for future teach
in. Special attention will be given to
those who wish to teach; also to
Boofr teQiif , Halr-woii, Featr-wort,
LUS-WORIC, MUSIC, &c,
during tbe tstrasa well as the regular ses
sion, iuition trom Z to ft per month, ac
cording t advanctmcuts. Board $10 per
month. Incidental fee, 1.C0 invariablj in
advance. . .
Ons-half of the tuition must be paid in
advincc. and cne-half at the end of the
Eessioii.unlcsH other axrsngemt-ntii arc made.
Ten per c.nt. deducted from all tuitions
paid in advance. For further particulars
-end for catalogue. Address, i HIMl-
DAUGH, Principal, or W. F. Colk. Pres.
itlcnt li. vf T. dec. 'J o
riHE noiLt st6iin begins 3Iontlay,
September th, 1875
8titution is intended to oiler
I ladies of
LINCOLN AND ADJOINING COUNTIES
advsntaies to be surpassed bv no Female
J similar inatituuon in tho State.
T E 1'ft 1 S
llih School do ,
Mu;ic (including m-e instrumt-nt) "JfJ.ii)
Hoard from $10 to $12 per inuruh. For
further partieniars upply to
J. W. IIATCHEU. Principal, or
Da. C. A. DiKiiEa, Pres. li. of T.
july 8, 1S75 o
BA S K I! .G.
First JSalio?ial Bnah
C. B. McGiriRK, WM. BOXNKR. Jr.
JAS. (?. WOODS. W. X. WRIGHT.
.ISO. C.G00DR1CH. I'HIL. T.JIL'KRAY.
JAS. 1). TILLMAX.
R. S. WOODARD, Cahicr.
J. U. FF.KXEY, Ai.gt.Carh or.
.1. fi. W'oobs, President.
Wm. Iiosjita, Jr., Vice-President.
M.( 0J SAVINGS BANK
41 UiUljlj V1UV.UVUU.
Docs a ficiicral Ranking Husiness.
T. 0. Ulet, J. W. Holmax,
J. L. Um:kst, D. W. Clahk,
D. W". HoLMi?..
M. D. HAMITOX, Cashier.
t t 1 ! Ty-VV1T B .
J"Ji . mwuma:, i rea t
L . . . Li
The Great Central
! II I ill pi 11 O OI I
N ash vi e( Lna anoop & S , Louis
I ' '- vi -uuiu
Ahead of all Competition !
Butiuefs .Tf n, families and eroirnts, REMEM
BEU our trJli! n-u'irum l.liattauooea, through
tbe bearv of 'leiinesauc, to the Jilit-iiJijipi Rier,
Maivii.g D.mble Diily Connections
VV EST AND NORTH-WEST,
With omt cat cuancltoSt L0113 ani CmciGo.
And deliieriuj pa?.ciip'r. in Memphis. Eittle
l!ock, tt LouisTTrxH-, md tbe many thriring Cities
of tlieliieKt Wet. . the
LOIEST POSSIBLE BATES,,
an.i with less omnibus and river transferring- tbaa
any otUrr route.
. Take cur Advice and Save Trouble.
TU'T A TUEOrOli TICKET OVER THIS
And take a seat in ope of the Elesant Coaches run
niiig orer th l ORE AT CEN'I HAL LI.N'Efiorn At
lanta and Chattanooga to Mempliis.Little Kock and
Texarkann. Texas, without change
But one change to Houston, Dallas, and tntemie
TSTlllTllffMin TV. Io 1 w.m.At, A .4 Hn a H I . , I
nufflfcluDriKwiTiiour eitka charge to,
all wiio purchase Tickets via
3IcKenzie and Memphis.
THB0UGU SLEEPING CARS
Run by and in Connection with THIS Lt"E, from
t hattitnoogato UrKenzie. Fio.-t and Cairo; From
McKenzie, to New Orleans. Memphis and Li
Keck; From Little Rock to Houston. Texas: From
Frost, via Cairo. 10 St. Louis auil tnicago; From i
Union t ity. via Coin mlms, to.St.Loais i
Jfey through tickets, maps, time tables, etc.,
ma) be hud on application to Ticket Agents
throughout the South and boutb-eat.
W.L. DAN LET.
Gea'l Pass. & Ticket A (rent.
J. W . trom as. Uen'l Sopt.
Nashville, Tenn. ,
Jobbing Strictly Attended to.
OLD TIN SHOP CORNER.
TIIOS. J. McGARVEY.
MISS M. M. CHAilN
JS prepared to make
Gentlemen's or flulflren's ClstiinE
n the best manner, and as
u iu w wsuuer, aou as cueap as any
reasonable person could ask.
Work always done when Promised.;
Orders respectfully solicited.
made in the latest style.
Residence at Mr.
cor. 25. 1875.
B.J. Chs tin's.
J. T. TANKKR,
Of Athens, AU.
J. riTTd IM5BBT5I9,
TAMER, DOBBINS & BRYAN
83 CoUegc. Street,
Oct It 3 m
GO TO THE
Fayetteville, TenjNhfcidoof tera,;,. g"
FOB. mum, FOR IBS,
And carefully salected goods suit- !
able for the
No Trouble to Show Goods.
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
.'Silks and Poplins.
Flannels, Opera Flannel kt.
Ladies' Tummed Hats, Ladies
Furs a Speciality.
Hotions.HosieriBS.Bools, Shoes and
mm made mm
Of all descriptions and sizes.
The undersigned promise to
WHAT THEY ADVERTISE
and if any doubt it
GIVE US A
NASSAUER & HI PS II.
N. B Feathers.wool, beeswax,
hides, furs, taken in exchange for
good?, or bought for Cf.eh at the
Highest Market Priee.
Sept. 23, 1875.
South side cf the Inblic Square,
ARE prepared with keen Ra
zors, sharp .Scissors, clean
Combs and Brushcs.and nice Tow
els, To shave, cut hair or shampoo
in the latest stile, and as cheap as any one.
Respectful and prompt atteLtion always
Bespectful and prompt
j given to all customers. j-.n.7-tf
; f IIIK undersigned has j
j JL old stand, on Bridge str
peneu at Ins
here he is prepared to take care of horses
in the bst style, furnishing careful atten-
tion, comfoi tablo stafls and good food. 1
hav.i a good .
?W0 HOESE iaS,
which will be run at anv and all times, on
rea.'onable terms, for the accommodation
of the public.
Gqses to Hsbb
as cheap as safety will allow. I am pre
pared, with a sale team and good wagon, to
do all kinds cf hauling.
GIYE ME A TRIAL,
nov. is o e. c. Mclaughlin
T the request of some of my ld friends,
I am again at inv old office readv to
serve all who may need Dental operations.
Having bean eogaged in the study and prac
tice of Dentistry for over twenty-five years,
I claim to be thoroughly qualified to troat
successfully and skillfully all diseases of
the mouth and teeth. I don't propose to
do cheap Dentistry I propose to do my
work thoroughly, as I have always done it,
and then I am responsible,
dec. 2 A. S. DUVAL.
A Fire Lei cf Bsrkshirs Pigs a:d a
Few Young Sows
OR sale at JESSE W. PARKS,
j have on hand tha best lot of figs that
ever have had for sale, from 2 weeks old up
to 6 months, by my fine Kentucky boars.
I purchased them from the best stock men
of Kentucky Sam. Pryor and S. G. Mci:i
roy. If anybody wishes to purchase, I
think I can please thtm. Come and look
net. 2S-3ro o J ES s E W. PA F.KS
ED. F. BUT AN,
rnVAA 0- i cv w.i it
WK removed to their new house,
next door to D. C. Hall, whore we are
with O'sr usual complete stock of
OTI0S MD VIRIETIEHR
. 1 to the beginning, containing
AVc keep the very best,
1 AT THE LOWEST PRICES I
Tu addition to our clock of School and
Miscellaneous Books, we have a complete
jof tho American Bible Society, at
AV. W. & R. PETTY.
SPUING GOODS !
East Side of thc Square,
IS receiving a large and carefully selec
ted stock of '
Suitable to tho season and adapted to the
wants of the people, including
Ladies' Dress Goods,
And have just rr-ctived a large slock of
READY-MADE CLOTHING !
which will be sold at Bottom Prices.
And also a line of f
Family Groceries !
All of which will be sold low for
Call eirly and eiainino stock and prices,
april 15, 1675
ilW GOODS !
Down! km at Oolb Prices!
J AM offering my stock of
so very low that I cannot fail to please the
closest buyers. D. C. HALL.
Also, a large stock of
School Boois, Stationery, Ms, Pens, ie..
of the best quality at publisher's prices, at
D. C. HALL'S.
April 29, 187
Good find Clieanl
1 1701!. SALE a tirst-rate Ioty' "Wash
I JL er and Liuvorsal Wrin"re-
of the best maehins for household nse ever
invented. For further particulars apply at
the Oasts vra oSco. march'. '
!On Tuesday, Dec'ber 21st, 1875,
j!T'E will offer for sal to the b;ghost
I, fl btdJer, at tLe late reidenc of W.
' K. Moore,' deeeaaeJ, on the Shelbyvill
5 , "pilte, U from Fayettevill, tbe fol
lowing desirable '
l PERSONAL PROPERTY,
jbIocginj to said decedent' estate, yu.-
Horses, Males, Cattle,
S Sheep, Stock and Toi k Ilogs, Wheat, Cwro,
nay, l reaper and mower combined, 1 corn
shellpr, 2 spring wagvn anJ Lrtvd. black
smith's tooU and be.low., plows, gears and
other farminz utensiln, hoonehold ana
i kitchen furniture, and many othr thir f
I too numerous to mcLtion.
j TtHXi All sum under fire dollars,
'cash; orer that "urn. twelve nicnthi' cred
it, with gvod security.
! J. A. M00RF,
!..?. i j !minitrattt r.
SALE OF LAND!
Om Monday, Janiuiry 3, 1S7.
i N obedience to a dtcreu of sale pronounce!
iJ. at "the October term, 1875, of the-ChaD-
; eery Lourl at tavettevi:!.'. Tennese, ir
i the case of V. Ii. Marh, against J. K. Mar-
tin and wife Xancy J. Martin, I will atu-ul
at tho court-liou-e d.or in the town of
Fayetteville, T. nne.-see, and ntlV r f or sa'e
to the highest Kidder at public outcry ft r
r.ocV n.i CaM.:. - J -
: TRACT OF LAND
! situated in Civil Diutriot No. 0. Llr.colrt
cviunly, Tennessee, and bounded a? follows:
J Beginning at x roek. running thonc?
North S3 d-. W.t r.S polit to a r..k.
y i tbence North, 17' do3. Eatt J7 poU i
! a beech, thence North s3 d'jr. Vest 80 V,
j poles to a beach and suar tree, thenc
South 23 dog. Fast 113 pol-s and IS linis to
J a rock, thi-nce S-mth 20 le. West 52 J polos
1 to a sugar true, thenen ',:it 13 p!C4 and 7
links to a blue a;h, thence S mtb 1 de-. Vet
13G poles to a a:akertLc-nce S01 th S-i de.F.axt
j 13G Acres, More or Less!
TtEJH of Sv v. Said land will b so! I
j for cash, to satisfy a judgment of 82,17-j l('r
(interest and CiXt, in favor rf complainant
against defendants, retidrid at the Ootti
ber term. 1S75. of the Chancery Court at
D. W. CL nic.
C. and Jf., oid Special VoMnissio.ier.
j dec. 9, 1S75 o
j SHERIFF SALE.
I No. 8uy.
virtue of one writ of alias vcnJi-
ioni exponas to ni dieeted from th
honorable Circuit Court of Lincoln c unfy,
Tennessee, at iu November term, 1&75, iu
thecaseof Kinkade, Handley Jk Co. ajr.iint
J. B. Iiarridon, I will expose to public salt
to the highest bidder, for cash, at the court
house door in the town of Fayetu:viiler
Friday, December 31st, 1375,
all Uie riht, title, claim and interest that
J. Ii. Harrison has in and to the folluw-
House and Lot !
situated in Civil District No. .'5, Line&Ia
county, Tennesfe, and bounded asfollown.
,to-it: On the North bv Minis & Coston,
on the Wet by H. N.T. .Sbipp, on the South.
by the Bail i.oad, and on the East by F.
: luutt, containing about
; . Five and a half Acres!
j Levied on as the property of J. B. Uar-
rison, to satisfy one judgment against bim
and in favor of Kinkade, Uand.'ey & Co.,
i fur $125.72, besides interest and coals.
1 w a i tr r pn
Jno. W. Davidson,
Also does Carpenter's and Joiner's WGrt.
b all kindi made to order with
NEATNESS AND DISPATCH !
Repaired and Varnished!
DOORS. SASH AND BLINDS
at short notice !
of every description furnished without
delay, and at reasonable rate!
fc-Call or Jeave orders at J. B. Wil
son's shop, on College street.
In the Circuit Court at Fay
Luanda Sugg, (col.))
IN this cause it appearing to the satis
faction of tha Clerk from the allegation
of complainant's bill, which is sworn to, that
defendant is a non-r?ident of the State
of Tennessee, so that th! ordinarr t.rnrMi
of law cannot be served upon him.
Tl ii lh
be made in th FaTRmviLtr. ObeT.trr.t,
a newspaper published in Fayetteville,
Tennessee, for four suecesnira weeks, com
manding said defendant to appear before
the Judg? of our nest Lincoln county Cir
cuit Court, to be h!d for said county at
the court-house in Fayetteville, oa the
1st aionday In March next, and
plead,answcror demur to complainant's bill
or the same will be taken for confessed and
set for 1 earing ex parte.
Newman Carmaci, Sots- for Cowp.
TUEO. HARPJS, Clerk.
dec. 2, 1&75. o
IOFFEB for sale on reasonable terms.
160 acrea f land, or less, in tha 2nd
district, a half milo west of Lincoln tb
nuantitT to suit tho Durchawr. Also, Z
will sell horses, cattle and hogs, md the
Of f 1 IP
growia" crop Pi
'oeef Sinn g'ven at any uni.