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The Lightning has Struck.
In consequence of the hard
tiroes and scarcity of money,
we have reduced the price on
U our large Ktock of goods bo
as to enable the most indigent
to protect their bodies from the
piercing blast of the winter
storms. As an inducement to
cash buyers, vc are offering a
line of overcoats and talmas
that were slightly damaged on
the voyage; also, a let of best
cardigan jackets, woolen scarfs,
ladies' cloaks, shawls, hats, anil
horse blankets at cost. Come
and sec us and be convinced
out oi azarei i. Kememberj
mat we iakc an Kinas oi barter
n exchange for good?.
JMUUEAY & JUorgax.
We want all the -ggs we i Gangs of workmen are ompioy
can get. T. J. Grat & Co. led laying cross-ties and othcr
rTA n ATVTCiTTI rTimnr la jwise improving the road-where
1U ljUlOUiVir I V - U.
The adrerUacr, haTlcf ben p!rninctitl y cured
:l that d real K(ee, Connnwptlon, lir a simple
remwil v, 1 anzioui to make knuwu to" his Iliow
ufferwn th mean of cure. To all irh desire It,
lie m ill mod a cttpv of the prrrripti u umj 1. free
of rharfr.) with the illrMior lor jifeiiarinjr aivl
tihior Mint, ntlch they will And a kukk i VHt
6r CohiCKmON, ABTHMA, BkONCBlTIS, 4c. hai
ti wishing the pncri,tioa will pleaee adilrfi
fleT.E A. WIlAUN.
VH Ibb St., Williamsburg, New Tori .
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A OEKTLEMAV who UMiIorei for years from
roui Xhility, rremxture Iecav. ant all
tbe cCocH of J-outhful indUcrrtion will, for lh
ateef f offering bumaoiiv. cuJ free tJ all ho
neo-l it, the recipe aod direrttua fr tuakinr the
imi4e remetT by whirh he was cre1 hufTVrers
wisLingto profit by tbe alvcrutr's evK-rifni-e
.a do o fcr al Iraaainfr in art feet rLfiienc.
JOHN 1J. OGDJ-".4t Cedar at ,Vex Vork.
t&8 AVe have a car lo.id of the
oelfhrated Milburn VHg0n5; eve
ry one wai ranted.
T. J. Gray & Go.
Selling at Cost !
AVe wish to close out our entire
stock ol Hardware in the next
30 days at cost, and are -offering
a great many things for lews
than cost. Will sell you ploughs
at Jess than Factory prices.
Tennessee Wagons at reduced
prices, all for cash no credit.
Fair Warniflsr. "We respect-
lully notify all persons owing
u, that if they want to save
cost, to come up at once and
ipay off their claims before we
place them in the hands of an
officer for collection. If you
can't get money bring your
corn or any kind of produce.
Notify us as Boon as possible
what yon can do. Respectful
ly, "WmTAKKR & Allen.
Fresh and New.
I have ju.-a received another
stock of clothing, and those wish
ing to prepare for cold weather,
would do well to call and exam
ine my goodr, have almost any
ntyle for men and boys. If you
w&nt an overcoat cheaper than
you have ever bought, call and
cnake your .election.
J. C. FlSDEK.
Best Calicoes at 7 cents.
Almost every lamily now want
a complete stock of winter good 8.
ud if yon will call &t the north
west corner ot the Square you
will find the identical goods you
want, at greatly reduced juices.
Dress goods, jeans, linsey, boot,
phoes, hats, groceries and a full
line of goods made at the Elk
Jliver Woolen Mills, at Factory
trices. Call and ' examine lor
yourselves. J. C, Fisher.
Hardware ! ! Hardware ! !
Bargains ! ! Bargains ! !
Having just purchased a new
stock of Hardware, I am offering
inducements to purchasers. All
who wish to purchase anything
in the hardware line will find it
to their interest to call at my store
on the Northwest corner ol th
Square, before purchasing tlse
where. I have a complete assort
ment of pocket and table cutlery,
guns and pistols, and all articles
kept in the hardware line. Be
ure to come to see me and exam
ine my stock, I charge nothing to
show you my goods.
It. II. Oqilvie.
Satisfaction or no Pay.
Th abT U tha motto of the Town
Spring Livtry Stable. Call and see for
X. C. ATKINSON St CO., Proprietors.
Sales before our Xext.
Advertised In the Observer.
Next Tuesday, the 21st, at
the late residence of "W.
Moore, deceased, on the Shelby
ville p'e 6 miles from Fay
etteville, horses, mules, cattle,
hogs, grain, farming utensils,!
etc., on twelve months' credit,
except sums unuer ?o.
The Mrs. Tabitha Mc
Ewcn property sold last Satur
day, the lots rggregating $3,000
The residence was bought by
our young friend Mat Bcarden
we suppose lor the family
that he is going to have,
Sitf e 8r! authorized io, announce
Henry Henderson, Esq.. a canrtiJaU
for Trustee of Lincoln county, at the An
Pgr Last Thuisday.we man-!
aged to slip away from business
long enough to make a little;
pleasant jaunt on the railroad,
The train was, of course, imderj
'."7 " r "
"u Jr lut: r"v "l
jductors attentive, aflable good
ihulll0red and accoinmotlutin
needed. Kelso and
furnish evidenced of prosperity
improvements that are
made. Oregon, . four
miles from the railr;ad,
the seat of "Warren's
known factory. George's Store
three miles further on, is a live
little village, situated in a heal-
thy, romantic country, and con-
trolling a large business. A-
tasly new store-houec has just
been cjecti by Mr. F. P. Tay-
lor, the second rtorv being con-
venientiy arranged and .finely
finished lor an Odd-Fellows and
Granger hall. Our acknowl-i
odcments are especially due to
our friend Richard Smi t h and his !
estimable lady for their sumptu
ous hospitality. The trip as a
whole, was one of the most
pleasant that we have ever ta-.ble Society up to the present,
ken, and our thanks arc return- j The Roardof Managers pre
edto the various friends who .gented a brief report which we
contributed to our comfort, and here "-ive in full
made the ramble particularly
profitable to the Observer.
Sales to take Place,
All sales of property advertised
in tbe Ubsekver. nr
tf.A nFPvrp r f.,r xriwohLY1- vnisi. onui u v alter me
handbills may be printed at this
office, will hereafter lv. noticed
u,fl i1Bll)i;nir fvtc
Bb0e heading, jiee
i7 ii ,
e call ttUt'iition to
By J. S. Hobbs, at his resi
deuce, near the mouth of Coldu
JVatcr, Wednesday, January
oth, horses, mules, cattic, hogs,
At the court-house by D. "V. !
Clark, C. and M. ami special
commissioner, Satunhty Janu-
ary 15th, town lots in the town
" l0f Dr'
At the court-house by
same, same day, L ;:crcs on
Xorris creek, near Oak Hill.
At the court-house by the
same, same day, two tracts of
land in MoOre count, contain
ing 131 acres.
The resignation of Rev.
Geo. Hall, announced last week,
is to take effect April 1st. TVe
are particular in mentioning
this fact, as some persons may
suppose that the Presbyterian
Church, which he so acceptably
served, is without a pastor.
Mr. Hall preaches every Sab
bath, as heretofore.
that the re-
mains of Mr. "George Ston
ker were reinterrcd
day night, wc did not intend to
be understood as intimating
that the work was purposely
done after dark. The delay
! was accidental, those having the
bus:nes in charge being belated.
jlP The sale of the house-
hold effects of Mrs. Shackle-
ford, deceased, last Thursday,
was very largely attended, and
high prices were obtained;
deed, some of the table ware
sold for more than is asked
similar qualities in stores.
HgET' A supper will be giyen
at Mulberry village by the La
dies' Belief Society, Friday,
December 21th. Admission.
jggp An assortment of beau
tiful bibles, testaments and
psalms, of the American Bible
Society, has just been received
0eT- Lincoln county now has
jtcn wording Odd-Pel low lodges,
The anniversary., of tlio Liu-
cola Uounty Bible- Society was
1 held at the. Methodist Church
111 iui j;mi;c Uii last OaOD.IUl aiju
pa ooain menu tie prosrammcJ
nil . 1 . rr 1
wasas follows t
10 o'clock;,"" --'.
1 Anthera. .
2 Prayer ,bv Rev. Gco.IIalL
I 3 IIymn'I hear Thy word
with love. ' - f-- " -
A -History, and .vork .of the
5-Hyran "The -Lord Je-
hovah reignfc." " '
0 Report of Board of Man-
7-Eleciion of "officers,
Doxology and Bcncdk;
- i o'clock.
1 Anthera "'Coronation."
2 Prayer by Rev! C. P. Du
vall. : .. . .
S TTvTTin "Trio" Sr.',-;
breathes noon thcWord." ' " .
4-"The duty of Readiiiij the
Bible," M. W. Woodard, Esq
it "lne-morality ot the Bi
ble," Kev. C. P. Duvall.
6 Hymn "Let everlasting
7 "The Influence of the Bi
ble 'on' Communities," J.
8 "The duty of .Disscm'inat-
illfr trn nriiifnpnc " T?i- TP U
9 Hymn "Father of Mcr-
cies in Thy "Word."'
10 "The Story of our Eng-
lish BibIc" Co1 D: Ho1-
UThe Bible at Home,"
Capt. J. II. Rurnam. .
12 Hymn "Jesns.the Word
. . uooiogy anu jeneuic-
The sermon of Mr. Rankin
was an interesting resume of the
operations of the American Bi-
To the Lincoln Count Bi
hle Society The Board of Man
agers have again to regret that
great financial ' distress has
clogged their efforts during the
. -4. LJ 1 A 1 l iL
j1"61 an"u,al ctinS a new 6UP -
VV . OOK3 was -Pnrea,
rnaKing me assortment oi dooks
- A , aa.
in uuu luubu, j. lib aooui L j
. ... , ..
ment is sun gooa, giving quite;
a variety in the choice of cheap
and nice testaments and Bibles
family use, .- lor Sabbath
gchool lgr t
bd the th !
no new order for books since.
k y the general depression and
They would call - the atten-
lion ol tbeSocicty.and through
Mc-,it,of .he Peopg,,1era.ly, 1o
'thp fVlft nf ill, ori nl
llilUUgUUUV LUC UOUIllJ , itUU
urge a more
strenuous .and united effort on
the part of christians to fur
nish it. Xo colportage or oth
er attempt to supply the coun
ty can be successful, until the
christian public take an interest
in it and make the cause their
own. If the "Word is the pow
er of God unto salvation," sure
ly those who believe this, and
really desire the salvation of all
ought not to hesitate or fail in
n-lvinnp if 4lirk l"irorlof nvtnncmn
I here were on hand at the be
ginning of the year 22 Bibles
and 291 Testaments: received
i during the year 72 Bibles and
18 Testaments; have sold du-
I ring the year 28 Bibles and 92
Testaments; leaving on hand at
this time Go" Bibles aud 212
The Treasurer has received
during the year from sales and
collect ions, 73.95 v
Has pnid expenses, 18.35
Baid to Parent Society, .. 55.60!
Geo. B. Boyles, CKn.
An election for officers was
then held, which resulted in the
J re-election of all the old officers,
in-jviz Geo. B.Boyles, President;
M. "W. "Woodard, Treasurer; J.
W. Goodwin, Secretary, and J.
S. Vaughn, W. W. Pettey and
D. W. Holman, Executive Com
mittee. All regular Ministers
are Vice-Presidents of the So
ciety. The exercises at night were
yery interesting indeed, the gen
tlemen acquitting themselves
well on the several subjects as-
to them, showing
thought upon the subject and a
'desire to serve a good cause.
The choir did their duty admi-
rably, adding much to the in-
tercst and pleasure of theoct
pasion, hj ithelr .eieelleptr mu
! 5 Wc 'are'much jndebfcfl for the
mcoin vomy pi me society
a meeting, so( pleasant-and
For tha Fayetteville Observer,
Kankakee, III.', Dec 5, 1875.
Mr. "IT. O. J Va llace Dear
Sm: Enclosed please find two
dollar'sTor your valuable paper.
Money is very scarce with me,
and I sdmetimes think I can't
afford to subscribe lor your pa-
iper; but I must stint myselt
and laniily of some other luxu
ry and subscribe for the old and
. familiar Observer .the balance
of my life, as I and my family
feci thai we can't keep house
without having: the rood old
ILincoln county .paper around.
Crops " are fine here; corn is
worth-32 cents per bushel; I
rish Potatoes, 20 to 25 cents,
and .very fine . indeed much
better than those grown in the
South. If you Lincoln county
people wish good and cheap po
tatoes send to this section of
the country for them. Money
matters are improving here now,
and I hope it may continue and
spread all over the land and
country, and more especially
among the good people of Lin
coln. Wishing 3'ou all in Lin
coln, Marshal and Moore, and
Tennessee in general, peace and
prosperity through life, I remain,
Respectfully, B. W. Rives.
iGT A few years ago the
County Court of Lincoln coun
ty made an appropriation of
7,000, for the erection of a
bridge across Elk River, about
16 miles east of Fayetteville.
The money was expended and
the structure nearly completed,
but enough remains unfinished
to render the bridge valueless,
without the aid of a small addi
tional expenditure. If the
County Courts of Lincoln and
Moore counties will each ap
propriate $500, and appoint a
committee to superintend its
careful and iudicious invest-
... . . ..
ment. t ic citizens ot the section
of country immediately iutcres-
, nn , hp
isffiP;n f0 1, naid frnm tl,P?r
7 1 - - - - - -
own purses, to hnish the work'.
The bridge when completed
will be a great convenience to a
large and worthy number of
people. It will enhance the
value of adjacent property, and
of course, to the same extent,
increase the county revenue, so
that, in time, a small appropri
ation made now will prove a
source of perpetual profit to
The next session of Boon's
Hill Academy begins January
10th. Prof. Sumners, the prin
cipal, has been connected for
some time with Oak Hill Insti
tute and bears a high character
as an educator. He will build
up the school if any man can.
Sale of Personal Property.
Fayetteville High School for
boys begins its next session on
Monday, January 3rd. We are
compelled to defer an extended
notice of the school until next
week. ; "VYrc mav sav -now, how
ever, that it is an excellent in
stitution, and well deserves the
liberal support that it has re
ceived. ' ,
Chancery sales of -land.
2--The first snow of the
winter fell "Wednesday, the 8th.
It melted nearly as fast as it
fell Had the earth been dry,
it .would probably have been
fJgT A large number of hogs
were slaughtered during the
past week. They were in -.excellent
condition. Baci; bones
and spare ribs have been freely
offered at 1c. '
OT The Farqnharson resi
dence, in this place, sold last
Saturday for ' 2,826. Very
cheap. Rev. Alex. Smith was
the purchaser. . .
US1 Our friend Hu: Thomi
son,' E?q., has favored us1 with
some large, delicious turnips, and
he has many , more of the same
sort. . .
t In County Court last Sat
urday, Abram Milliken was ap
pointed guardian- of. 0. II. Milli
ken, minoi heir ol Mary Milliken,
deceased., " "
Sereno Lodge No. 195,
I. O. O. FM was instituted at
Gcorges Store in this county,
la'st Thursday, the 9th, by Geo.
B,Boyle8, Esq., Grand Master
of "Tennessee. The following
officers were installed 1
J. D. Hunter, N. G. '
' T. P. Arnold, V. G. ,
K.'T.P. Ui ley, Sec
if-.Richanf Smith, Treas. .
"W. J. ; Moyers, Conductor. -
"W..J. Cambron, R. a X. G.
- H. C. Street, Warden, .
W. S. Orr, Guardian. .
A. J. Hunter, R. S. Y. G.
G. W. Pickett, R. S. S. :
. B. J. Arnold, L. S. S.
The Lodge meets every sec
ond and fourth Saturday nights.
Real Estate Transfers.
The following transfers of real
estate have been acknowledge!
since Our last, in the County Court j
Clerk s office:
John Allen to Lizzie K. Allen,
land in 16th dia, crift.
Carah Gorman to in. Uoyes,
1 acres in 23d dig. S40
J. T. McCauley and wife to B.
J. Mires 32 acres in 3th dis,?G14.
B. J. Mires and wife to M. W.
Redd, 831 acres in 6th dis,$l,500.
W. P. Ilolman and wife to
Brice P. Gray, 15 acres in 25th!
fiST The ladies of the Presby
terian Church will give a masque
rade party at Bright Hall, for the
benefit of the church, Tuesda',
Arrangements are jn
progress for a Christmas tree, in
which all of the Sabbath Schools
of Fayetteville will be interested.
flST J. Clark Bright, Eq., of
this vicinity, is, we are sorry to
say, in a critical condition, of pa
Eider Kidwell, cf the
Christian Church,has been preach
ing fur several nights at the court
house. lSg Excellent pavements are
now being laid by Mr. Gary from
the court-house to the gates.
Ugf No chaDge is reported in
the Fayetteville market worthy
t3 Pettey is receiving an
assortment of beautiful chrintmas
goods, suitably for presents.
Jj, Father Walsh, catholic,
lectured at Bright Hall last Mon
The following marriage licenses
been issued since 0r last report.
C. I. nrper and N. A. Wri-hr.
A. Runnels and C. A. Eeavis.
J. E. Hurrison and Sophia Oliver.
Gr:cn llarrclson and Violet Askins.
In this county, in Oak Hill, Friday, 10th
ins ., of diphtheria, a daughter of Mr. G. A.
F. Pylant, aeed about 4 yeaie.
Kear Forth Worth. Texan, Saturday, 27th
ult, ELLA MORGAN, eldest daughter of
John II. and Mrs. M, E. Oglesby, formerly
of Boons Hill, this county, aged 13 years G
months and 28 day.
In this place, Saturday, 11th inst., of
consumption, Mr. WILLIAM H. ALLEN,
aged 2) years and 8 months.
SALE OF LAND !
On Saturday, January
sttendattl.e court house door in the town
of Fayetteville, Tennessee, and offer for
sale to the highest 1-Mder, at public outcry,
tor cash, the following djscribdd
TRACT OF LAND,
situated in Civil District No. C, of Lincoln
county, Tennessee, aud boundei as follows,
to-wi Peginnirg at as ake in the middle
of Nonii creuk, firisweli's north-east cor
ner, and running thence up the creek with
its meandets, North 40 dee East 40 poles.
thence North 59 deg. East 22 poles, thence
North 82 deg. Fast 20 poles, thtiice North
44 deg. hast ol poles, thence North 1 deg.
East 17 poIis, thence North 52 dng. East 12
poles to a white oak, thence North 49 cleg.
West 7 poles to a stake, thence North 83
deg. West 236 poles to a stake in J. L. Cole's
east boundary line, thence with said Cole's
line South 5 deg. East 15 poles to a rock,
Griswell's north-west corner, thence South
57 deg. East 167 poles to the beginning,
Containing 95 Acres,
out of which is excepted the old grave yard.
Said laud will be sold for cash, to satisfy
a judgment in favor of complainants Hugh
Thomisom and W. TI. Moorcs, for $027.78.
with iulere6t and cost. Thirty acres in the
above boundariss not to be sold.
D. W. CLARK,
C.aud 31. ohd fecial Commissioner.
dec. 1G, 1873 o
PURSUANT to an order of the Clerk of
the Connty Court of Lincoln county,
Tenn., upon the suggestion of the alminu;
trator of the estato of
James. II. Gray, deceased,
of the insolvency of said decedent's estate,
notice is hereby given to all persona haying
claims against said estate to present them
to the Clerk of said County, authenticated,
on or before the 1st day of June,
187G, lor' pro rata distribution, or they
will be forever barred.
D. C. II ALL,
dccO Adm. v:ith Will nnncxed-
1 obedience to a decree of sale pio- i T fJ? T 4 "A"T I 1 " ".7 tiviK In ennrux Jor vtw ub- Q J ij V AP221 HlllJ
nounced at tho October term, 1870, ol j OiYJjJj UP Jjil-iMJ . ' m'4m. 'nrf i m ir iirrwjt kt t D U U 1 V HIJU WliUiaVy
the Chancery Court at Fayetteville, Ten-j . a canj'nl unit oei 'je'ic fjfoyf trtre mndc,'
ucssee, in the cas-e of Hugh Thomison, III Moore County, thr.re icoiild be mv"Wwi tu incix-mc orders UlRnWiRP nflPFNW ART Jlf
guaruian, agait si l . ,. tiiiamson, iwtu ., n i n . r -t Ml Uiricui. , uuiiununui u....!.-, "
PUBLIC SALE OF
Personal Propertj !
On Wednesday, January 5th,
1WILL off r for sale to the highest bid
der, on ton months' credit, at my house,
near tho mouth of Cold Water.consisting of
Horses, Mules, Cattle,
Hogs, Farming Utensils, Wheat, Corn,
Kitchen Furnitcr, etc.
dec. !6-2t 0 J. 8. HO BBS.
riHE next regular session T this Acad
JL cmy will begin
January 10th, 1S76.
Tuition from two to six dollars pfr month,
according tJ advancement.
Coarse equal to the best schools of the
country. Incidental fee one dollar in ad
vance. W. A. SUMMERS,
dec. 1G 2m o Principal.
HIBH SCHOOL FOR
A FTER an infprr.nl of nns veelc. err-
ii. bracing the Christmas holidays tie thereby the territory ouuido the Puity fwn!
"PnT,0tn11n nAi,n.i f nw I i-es-tho woo Is pauie and ui.fcnc,,! Prai-
FayetteTills HisJ Sclianl for Boys" rie, so to speak.1 As we undend it, we
will r9.,mp it, rpr.,lr i.hnr. . MonJ.rnin noSl.fiKion of a'l that om n countrv
187tf. We take this occasion to thank our!
friends for their former patronng", and to ; inelosure it will be with the fence down h ) j -
solicit its continuance. While We pav .pe-! hind us. We have not the slightest d'.spo-1 American Tuibice. Eclipse Double
cial attention to the ground-work oi , du-! si ion to try. a a steady thing, the dry f ;d- j Turbine, Lf Hell Double Tur
cation, spelling, re.ding, writing, ic. our der and du ty husks and f-Ule 9trawoitliOi ' . w
curriculum embraces most of the text-1 party stable-;, herein ' the ox knowei ' b'.??C . t .CT W hiei3-
books used in the American College?
the Sciences, the Higher Matheirfal c- the
Greek and Latin languages. Uy a sp -ciul
arrangement tho study of the
languages may he pursued at a small ad- (
ditional expense. No extra charg.-s lor)
anything except for French and German. ,
While both the instructors are inemb'rs of j
theM. E. Church Suth, and one of th-m !
holds his position by the appointment of the
Tennessee Conference, yet that frightful
monster aeciarianism never snows i.iui -
i r ...ii n-i. . r, : i i . : . i i
aen aiaii. iue oidicm ii-bu anu prj;. l-i s
are offered to God for His bless r gs, and if
anybody objects to that, we allow them t3
tn tliAir tinva trv Tn ksr- n-m rnr.
not pay money we say,
Scud Your Sovh
! . . u : t . 'i ' .1.
who cannot pay at all, we ray Fend your1
buu pay us in buiueii.mg I'l.sc. io uio-i-
IIIPT nr rnilAiTrn
IV II J I nr Lliuuft I tU
nave u ai i i'j per moniu. room au.i luei
lurtiished. All vou have to i'o i.- to fur
nish your own lights and washing.
Tuition rates as follows
Preparatory department, $2 per month
Intermediate, $ 3.0J per month.
High School, $1.0U per month. "
Incidental Fee, $1.00.
One-half payable in advance the other at
expiration of t.-rin.
dec. 16 o K. 51. & T
Ill Chancery Court at Fayctte
E. P. Reynolds r. Henry Turner and others.
December Rule, 18o.
ami it appearing liom the ntum of shkI
snann, tnai (leientiani tienry i urner is ;
non-rwident of the .State of Tennoss,
and is aid to be a re.;dtnt of Lvaniviile,
ln motion of complainant's counsel,
and it appearing to the s'.ui action of the
Clerk iintt W astir frtmthe letnrn of said
sheriif lhat said defendant llenty 'ittrner
is a i.on-resi'ient of the State of Tennessee.
Jt is tbrretoTP, ordered, that publication
ots maae i& ibi; xjiiti m n-i-r. uliiii, n
newspaper uLlished in the ton n of lay- '
etteville, for four consecutive wnks. com-
manding said defendant Henry Turner to!
appcarat or bc'orrj the next tetni ot" the ;
Chancery Court, io le held for the county
nf I.innln at thp -turt-hotise in the town i
1 1 J l B- r.,-. .. I lr,. .... ...
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of Fayetteville. on J.Ae first 3Ionrt!tj- in
April, 176, and y'ea iir.swer or Ue-
t, j i , , ,, who get thtir living cut ol luli'.ic. as pub
To those desiring board we say, you shall . ,;, a., c 4 r
. ; . n .i - . ..1.1.0. r re.
J tlie above cause it appearing that pa r purtian patronage, but rlv wtinllv upon : rn'1 '-""T- ow is the ce-pi time
( to ans'r. and alias spa to ans'r hare b-ert : the business that grows out of the rt-spect liflliemljer , 'r,aUl',Va.VVeaVth "Jr
rwfflj f issued iOr detendant IJemy Turner, to tho;an,l to, d 0f t)iy puMic at lur". J supi-rb chronm; l.v :is. lortlirre mo'nthr; iin(li3
county of Kutherlortl. Mate ot 1 cnn,e , , The Cincinnati Com K,tial tak-s a L.a. ty a?. s n" ov V
mur to complainant s Uj-'J, or tne same wui t Exposition in honor of tlv t;nPM.iI, to I
bo taken for confessed, and set d r hear- j whieh the representatives of th Nations of 1
ing ix parte as to him. I the earth are invited. It is also the- y ear of
A true copy, attest: I). "iV. CLARK. j arrcsideiitial e'ec'ioi!, of whirh l ore tsal
dec. 16 o Clerk and Ma.-,t. r. r,.a,,v irnt)rcs.-ive vidine- that it will be
vlla.ii iEilLA j l!itr aiif-nt tire reminded tn it lius i a
nir t vitimT siiiui.Trjv iiioineiiioii-. '
I n X. 11.... MA Mil A ... a . . 11
M the Couit-House inFaeitnfil!e,ii,:xt;.,;:;!:::--
On Saturday, the loth of J-tm:-
IN obedience to a decree f sal pro -
I a .!. rw,.j.... it.T ..f
tl.P Chuncrv Court at Fav.-tt.-vi le. in 1 he
case of Wiley 11. Kudd w." J. M. llown d
and others. I vill attend atthc court-hous
for sal8 the following describe
. . . ,r
T T T.n.-il It If, ir in Alnrp
a ai j. ri- i....'tt . 1 r
. . f t - .. i i . ir...
Ciyil District No. .and bounded as fol -
lows, to-wit lJegmning at a stake, running)
West 88,' poles to rock and jonteis,;
thence South 7 poles to a stake anl pointers,
thenCC SOUta Ueg. 1881 to poim ioueuieu I' mc j'ianm,i, iiii-j iia-i it. ii
beech, thence South 8 deg. Last 13 polen
to a large oak, thf nee South A deg. East
68 noles to a stake, thence East 4 p-des to
a stake, thence North 7 dog. West 81 poles
to the beginning, containing
O'i A nr.. i, nnA "MQ l-.lo
23 Acres and 148 1 oles.
Tho 2nd tract begin at a stake near the
- - '
old Steam Mill sit., running thenrr W est
17j poles to a ;,ak0 ,,nd beech pointers,
thence South 61'.; poles to a stake in lha
road, thence South 8j deg. Last wttli the
road28J;C poles to a stake near the branch, j
thence North 5 deg. EaHt28pilcstoastak.!
thence North 25 deg.
W ... 4 "19'
tl CM- Ul( j
the beginning, containing
10 Acres and 73 Pole
Tebms. Said land will be sold for ci.-l.,;
to pay a judzmcnt of $37LG7 in favor of
complainant W. B. Kud.i, aad interest, coet!
D. TV. CLARK, .
C- ai 3f. end Special Committioncr
dec. 16. o -'
tS" Advertisement are inserted in the or-1
der m TrhicJ) they are lunded in.
i C . - ' '
A REPRESENTATIVE ; .
The Cincinnati Commebcial is the journal
of the largest and most general circulation
in Cincinnati anu Ticinity, ana 13 aoii;
: through hun'ircd.i of agencte in Ohio, indi-;
Kpnturkv. Tei:n-MPe. West Virginia. :
land Southern Illinois, and on- all thu rail -
(roads in those States, and there is a ?pcial
i call for it .tlon the great rivers trom i'itu-
Tho territory occupied by the cons'iitien -
! cy of the Con'nitcUL is that within one
itiays railroad trawl of Cincinnati, and
jthere regular carrier,' routes for Ihe
Commercial in Columbus, Ohio ; Indinapo-
I lia, Indiana ; Frankfort. Kentucky ; Nash-
Tule, 1 tnnessee : incennes Lafayette, Lv-
ansville tnd Richmond, Indiana ; Dayton.
Xenia, Sjringfield, Newark, Delaware-and:
Zanejville, Ohio; Lexington, llaysviile, 1
Faiis and Cvnlhiana, Kentucky, and in i
scores of otln-r superb and flourishing cities. J
Cindnnati is the mos-t central and the)
moat distincilr representative of the large
tides of tho Nat on, and on all si es is sup
ported bj thrifty and prosperous comrnui.i
tlac -. w.tiirl-i for tninrlrid4 of milM in ev-
cry direction trom the plac of publication,
tne lOM 11 facial 19 uie iavorue newspaper.
In a political sense, the Commercial is
thoroughly independent. It recognizes no
obligations t party organizations. Its sin.
cerity in this position is popularly under
stood, and so largely appreciated that its
i subscr bers ana habitual puicnasers in ei
j ther political party outnumber tLose of the
f! party organs, and its aggregate circulation
t ! is greater than that of its competitors coru
In politics the CoiiMtaciAL occupies "the
base of operations, if we entor a party
owm.-r aid the ass his maste r's criV
would profer. in ca.of nicc--ity, W browse
' in the wiiderco.-s. The Commercial has no
( fnvors to ask of p'j'iticaas and no dicad of
We spare no etfort oor expense-, at home or I
abroad, to obtain by telegraph, by mail and
,y express, the latest intelligence, and to!
present itin the inosUtuactive and authea- j
tic form. We brepese to r.r'.i.l all the i.cws!
without reference to its pa:'.y bearings, ai,d
onr Cy0ry-day wo: k and missions are to re -
' juce the perccn
1 .. .
action Ot tne pu
' - we cr.n b su
wa Lo on tho otlrrile. We do not
t. . .. ...i: , i. .
i j-l op-litiimr, the t!y vilii-iig of HicaU, and
i.. uii -V . u 1 i . i , ii
the bold appropnatiorsby burglars but all
lne processes by wn:c?i p'-rsor s wuo 'J not
earn ni.ne.; colj uto UepoMM,.o.. U it,
especially wLll tne) 10 0 tl.lO lgh cl Ci 1111-
' in.i;nc Lriiwt tlio" nnirkw in line-
! i '.i.. ,.,.i . .i.. .
juvnniiiun-..tium "M5'"' :i
mars oi sica.iuzin tuu uc5-: papa-cipu-ii-gcvo j awimucr. qack
one ouoi'L's-: ai:d a oll'-i' 1 "u"-"u """"""-
' V.ui ' . aV .," I readT lr x:t tcnttrnnul csapanrii at
rc wL:ch ;s tho t;ney;s' t-iJe. ,iiii,tAi nT.crvi!xra
Our Kcitori:.! rn:nivl s i:pon events, and;TT ( 'n But 74 rnt a year, an-1 i tent f"
discuions of thequti.r of th day, are ! pVr USSV";
accoiding tvi oiir n. st judgment, having al- not po!iin-..ii rrl-pious or. sr. t iinn it wave fo
ways in view the eili.-acv of the truth, in trt'jin uhw fc-uo r.r y.r.n.
, J . . . , , - , ,,. ' Itnrvaitbv 1J iWiJ lifopie. ton naut it and wjil
the interests of the p' r.j I . n c assusne hrc i:wiua time. V hy n t wt
as a thoroughly untlertxid fart that our re- Flff'iint ( Mimmo-N j,AH1'',
l itu.ns with po lti.-a! parties nr? such that hms (WOrtUH each ) i.vu !i..hc. tineir
We shall not be sus. e'tcd f tampering mor.utin and wojerrhol'.-ouf a---v lursof th-
i with thj n ws in tl.c
t r t! .r
L U L.il.. 1
.We mem tv tell iho pi ..v truth
li'j mat -
fer whom it hits or whom it helps
hurts. We expect to be as thorough 1
iinnarti ii m present;rg kinascial INTKi.Lt- I'unnis ilus one year do lake a.NiTiuKAi patnol
' . , ,- ! in wide km nke parx-r. one that i lor aicaT and -
Whtrh 13 Ot .ui-tanliv tn,-rtls:llg ; wron. i,D that know. . prt. i.o north,
interest and imporiaiK J to the ge:i- i muth. e.ise orwest: but a p.tpi-r iiuinj-d foreverf
i'iil mil.';.- a, in i a i ,-, with m'i'inl in-i rt-ader. tliat Uvei inwie to It reader by -
formation. He i'i Tn-t .-"iK .l:it"'al favoiM now i the time. You have put it off too Iodic.
interest in the politics of Kurope, which tel-1
...graphic coainiuiiicMlioit hp bruiijht into
vt.rv i,iimatend!;ti-ts ilh us. an i.earr.efct-
(v vindicttirar and S'l-ttaii in- the dev. !
nieut of nationali'y in OVrraany an-l Italy,
it cordially sympathisfs vithtli; K pubfi -
an cau.sf in'a:i Nation-".
The daily newsr aper al thisti -e t o'nrs
almost a necessity f life, and it is not n-
actions lo claim tor t lie tui.runtti H'MHEB-
i.ial that it is at once tho irtit complete and
. . . i . . . .
tiustwortby journ.il issn a in tl.PULio al-
Uy , r, population and the Scat
o1- the political power of the Nation.
Tbe year 1876 tin rear of th- CVntcr.-
ni l.n"i iv.rsary of the li.-puhlic isdoubt -
i.,s atn.ed to be one th most notable
ir. a i.;ai,.rl. .r, n,.ici
j.,.. uiviiv.il iiuivi). im-'i, vi. mi
! idin Ii-milii in miko it hnnti'v momor.'iblo.
j i, is( tjj v,.ar 0f a inajrniii,"ent American
ts to s-ib-
cial fot nterpr i-i
:n i.tir.g :ne i-.-.v.
nd hotiorabie dea:in
1 pilbll-l.irg it lali l,'.
vith fh" peopi'j in
All applicants funi'-hed
witii Specimen i
I and Circulars giving exart
i details Or busin. s-i intormatK.n.
i Adverting ra es Iron, U to J i-enU psr ,
PV. 1" y r.i pw, ion
T '"e vf, lcr!" vl'err' T 'J'"U"
A X . I -MA . 4T M ..I . . r. .
I " Jd. HALM ,. ,1 0.
a rupnetors of the Ciiicmna'i C-tRKCiAr..
1 1 ill i n i r- ,' a a t. ' i i tifrfi rjT'Trf, rr tr
u. n. u nan u. . . -n
IN this mu' it appearing by afijriav it tint
M. th de 't-n'iani w . vy.scou h jtisuj m -
himself nan property trut tn-' .Mtt
Tennessee, and hs r'T.v.-d Ltni"elf out,
j process of taw cannot Le served n him, ,
j and an original attachment i.-sued by me on !
: the 20th day of November,l?75.hafing been
j ed on pn,r(.rtylt ,v thvx9 w. !
deifd thm publira'iun be made m the Fat-
I Ol l ile imjuu j 1 1 ait: i ji , r i-v .u v i in - j
.t n ..t i ,.;,...,..
j kttkvh.mI tmt'KkvtK. a n .! paper published
iSES f-HEAP AS ill
j jn t;ie t0vt t of I aye
iTe wee, comm
Sott t appear. before me at my o!5;!'
n tin ltb lay f .Jauuarj-.
1876, and make di I'cncL to said nuit
i aiainst him. or it ill i prn-.-d.-.l wit.i .
parte. 1 his
. dec. o
lili nay .'t I'.-jf in tr r,
V. V. Ft LTi.'.
j npal, Tiflptw tr
1 lS l Vf'' c
13RINTED WITH NKA fNKSS
and IL'patch, at tha Olir.EKVKK 'J1T-
.' t th
iOP. 4ClllNERY IIOXINT,, tc. f.i
WE HAVE heard the r4ijfgticm a.-kc.i,-Why
Doors. Svti n 1 oth-r nu
chine work can't be manufacture! as chesp
here as anjwhere in the State? We tan an
Pay : us Hloney as you div
' Other 'Manufacturers,.
and ir will show yoit that ire cnt
1 AB CJlieaT
, ' ... ..,.
AS IT CAN BE DONE AT AMY SHGPL
j AUVtinS3ythinS in onr line, .wightmika
. hel J 5
Cttll fill (I 8CC Li 8
. . , , ,
before Lujing elsewhere. Dun'ttli for
"wc. l,,r any. jum near
hear the deuot. Faretterille.,
CO0LEV. TUKLEY Sc BRADSilAW:
Of all Kinds for Safe I
HAVING lately mitcd sereral of the
largest manufacturing cities north,
and especially some of the
Best Shops in the United State?,
I will here say that I am prepared to fur
nish all kinds of
Flouring Mills, Saw Mill,
(or ny kind of wood wofkiw. aCHir,.
AU klnds tr of J1"8 fl0,n 1 hors'
wer pr,We . h"? ir 8,;
,lonarJr- Also. Threshing Machines, and
j ,1,ner.T caa xugui.
I will also furnish
' e ' an- til hnr Tin tl . rtnloit af ttii iun
, i7r j,r;,-es.
j pn the be;!t terms
j W1j; ajs0 furnish
. ";: "f
All ot whica wi.I be sold
they can b? bought. T
sh plans and specification;
for both Saw and Grist Miils, cither steam-
reasonable terms. Will also superintend
the construction of all kind- of machinery,
Ecsptctfully, JOHN WILLIAMS."
dot. 11-Sm Fayetteville, fenn.
yjQ NtlcwalP','ar cf AnTi". 1S75
, The 'Great Ymay 0f Amwl the oi,
, the obIj
. i n-w
Till? D JU i WtlT Til P i XKVQ u lsrse-
! 1 UU WliluUi Ai; Uiiuil It UU !JHi
! clin-aiiun btorics. TbU, EUKimt, I'oetry, Wit.
; Humor n1 Fun. It icifes a:i uevr Kveii)'.
Uijt(tt Se,.reU. Arts. A , Ac.: h th:.Jr.!
ivumu-ut, Meitu-u! irv.Ttm.-iit. rauler "s i or-
y , iu.Pi.it- is t- .xp.. everr
IlUIIIIJllj,5. Kr:d. y-uck. Swindler, au l
: f"- relint,l tieinet.. S adu, lotwry nift
I bom) or"i'ut aud call" Ranit) caa ever 'ou t'
Domi ur"'uc Klin call (?ann) cast erer
I iniilfH w ithoot i:iror f.ivor. an1 givo- 4 lilt of
' GVf t- lijmi. ilh liini- and "ifit:nts
vou :l vou rtid this irreat paper It expose all
' kiu ana ItAJSLK a wholo year, ml promd, I'r
. t .. , . ..
; pai-lor. Kilty oilier
fl .ii'. . (. i ,1 n inn viiivih jj, -nimviv p j
. cents tV.r foDies. 4c . .
. A I nut- WA'1 Header, remember 1ST i
l'l l -- a-i v . ourrountrv'ketinteaDiul
! "kWING to the scarcity of mon-y, I anv
' W olleri ng my entire
QTOT'IT HT? 000
UlVviV UI UUUIU
I . ., i-nST 'II,
i a 8,utU '.er c,,,,t aloVe t0ST' J '",
j " " ta lipw s"
i ff?V'P fj,-?SS (?QQDSi
j A tJA
: , . in . r a
! 'W'J ':' tta J.ornani uoio roin
DRY GOOOS AND NOTIONS
riothinp: fr Men and Boys
fine lt : hand made l---rc
.:v"i. a lnrgo stork of
La ( i c s " D ress Goods,
A f l.
! al Nt.w
York cot. Call and prico mr
. 1 '
' "'"C. -,
JOOO'U h-'"'. I luiv fcr I am Hrtrrniinnl'
.1. t . t-.kl.Ut.I.I..
: 'gtASyS JXOXICKI
, . LL pr-im indebted to the "state of
, j i j shacklrford di-
1 , htif pavmet j, not
easel, are no
tna!' at .ncc.
i . . .i ,.. i ,i.: ;.. .k
IIU'IU III 1 1 1 l'
I mev win kii'a men ao'.'uut. in m-- n.nus
V. OI. ,,!,
auu nun -c - '
1'. T. MURRAY, J-xtrufeyr.
doc. 2. In.
Can do it or Will-
AND I AM ALWAYS S03IR;