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Potatoes for Horses.
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, lories up in tne stable,
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l imuk .1 win can ue auenuon oi
to the practice of
IT1lT 1 'I 1 IH'M III L tl'II I I 4 1 1 jNM
1 (nice cune near lis;ni a very
va'iuibte iiorsj from leediuc him
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lay and oata
I have nev
iu d i-iuj a hort'j with
hut faou;'.' thing is atutlly necea
i v to !:hco a horfcO in
ciiJitiuji. Many use pow
b'lt ivjt aloes are bjttor, siier
clieii-er, if fed judiciously. If
tlvMie who are not in the habit oi
iWduiV potatoes to horses" will try
then:, they wjll be astonished alj
the rt..-jlt.' Ibavekuown ahorse!
eh'Hi.p-d lrom a 12V, dumpish one
to a quick, active, hvadstroDg au
irnil. iu five days, by ei in ply add
ing two quarts of potatoes to his
iVed dnily. If very much clear
com meal i fed, they do not need
sd many potatoes. Too many po
tatoes are weakening, and so are
to many apples. When I was a
Ud. I was away from home ati
, iii ;
school one winter, and nad thej
r 1. t r 1
cary Oi dim uursu, uue 01 uv
en, ana one cow, every one 01
which I had to card or curry ev-
ery day. 1 he horse had three
puis 01 whiec, lour 4uail, ox u.nC, itbat Le u.oud not k(? ft horsetm
two quart of com extra every hU , tli nof H faM Wftlkj
I I 1 I A I . I A I - A I
aay n-worsen, wuu wn:u uy ue
wauieu, ana a stronger auu
active borne of his inches I
nver yet eeen. Cor. Country
Meeting of the
We eive below the
cive neiow mc lime oi
meeting of the State Granges fur
thirty of the States-
inirijr ci me oiuiee. .
Mis8uuri, Illinois, Iotva, Louisi -
ana, Maine, Ma'rylaud, Massachu -
........ M n n M!.mnia t;Q
bjb, uiiwiau, i.iiHB,a,
sissippi, New Jersey, Pennsylva -
nia and Vermont thirteen states
meet ou the 14th of -December:
bouih Uarohna, Indiana, Florida,
and Georgia, n eet December Stb;
"West Virginia, Novemlier 3d; Al
ttbami, November 30th; Ken-
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iuey, uecemuer tin; visconsin,i
January 4th; Texas, January
10th; New York, January 11th;!
Arka-.sas, January 24th; North
Carolina, February loth; Tennes
see, February I9ih; Ohio,' March
14th; California, October 5th. It
will be teen from the above that
majority of the fetate Oranges
have fallen in with the sugges-
tiju8 of the N.itional Grange that
th.y should hold their biiiju.i1
meetings within a short tune af-
ter the moeeting of the National
Grange, to the end the various
States may take prompt action on
any matter that ma)' be presented
to them fiom the parent organize
National Grange Officers
.Tu )ira John T. Jones, of Arkan
pas, has bepn elected Mnster ot .
the National Grange, at a salary!
of Sl,200 per annum. j
J. J. Woodman, of Michigan, j
has heen elected Overseer of the
A. B. Smedly, of Iowa, has heen
O. II. Kelley was re-elected
The National Grange has fixed
the following salaries for its offi
cers: Treasurer $000; Secretary
$2. GOO, per year and expenses.
i)kcuiiv Committee $5 per doy
nod expei ses for each member
while in session. The bond ol
the S cretary was fixed at?l,000,
mid that ol the Treasurer at ?5,
0J0 A Cheap Fumigator.
Thi tollowing will be found to
In; a rhcap and pleasant fumiga
tor lor sick rooms, diffusing a
healthful, agreeable and highly
pi-ii -trating disinfectant odor in
t iOse ao trtments, or wherever tne
deteriorated. Pour com-1
inon vinegar on powdered chalk
until effervescence ceases, leave
the whiile to hettle, and pour of!
the ! .liquid. Dry the sediment
niid p'ac.! it in a t-hallow eartheu
nr goiss dih, and pour upon it
sulphuric acid until white 1'umes
commence ari?ing; This vapor
quickly spreadsia. yery agreeably
ut, and acts as a poweiful
jiurilier oi vitiated air.
Uo'ilo, Missouri, was visited
list Thursday-by a severe hail
sioimrj" '. Vhich ten thousand
v e are clad to nonce that raanv
i our Western fairs are ofkriDg
j handsome prt-in'.uini' for the faet-
There ie no
difL'uieina: the- fact that a eccd
jwj.U is the rnt et u?eful gait that a
tiitru -purpusts uurse cuu pusses
and if one halt the attention wen
phii to cultivate ,tuis gait, and
Lreedicg with a view to its trims
mission, that is row given to that
of training and breeding trotters,
! horets that could walk fire rrnlee
jun hour would soon be as abund
jaat as 2:30 trotters now are. The
i trouble now is that the whole
i , , i 0 tuQ
i lat trotteia, ana as soon as tne
colt ia brckt;n to La,
lilttr Tin mat.
" iConestopia, Norman, Clyiiislale, I
L mi u..i i
with nothing;.. jsengade'in training trotterej
icvor believed .t.r. .v.? r.,,1.1 ...
useful, every-uay gait, the 'walk.
rt,!jEven the importers cf draft stal
lions lrom Europe have caught
the infection, and. instead ot bring
ing the best walktrs. we on
bear of their
It is time
IU I'Ub UU KliU )
to tin ronsense; the gait for a;
dralt horse is pre eminently a
I walk, while nothing adds more to
the ability of the roadster to make
a long journey in good time thnn
a wiilking gait that will carry
bim along at the rate of Gve miles
an hour. The first aim, when ai
j colt is broken io the harness,
ihouiu be to fcucate him to a
, j ,tu,;
luuu, ruumc, task naia, auKi oiin
h ben d if ;
. til una 011 naiju ana is iceivini unv u jui-
get him to trot fast, to much tbe;meuse line of 0 . -
h.ft.p ,,r ti. mnttt
, . , ' fUr fA irntt:ncr' urspa ;rv;
: Atnerioa h;i8 often remarkcd t0 us
r HJjd jiy had invarillWy. found
'that the fastest walkers made the!
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luxury to ride or drive h boree
that can walk oIF with you at the
rate of fivo. miles an hour. It
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: :re; u'p vour .roZaT Ti,
r i avr i ii O'T lrit ne lrna tliat. vnn
t - j-,
""7 1 r "Uii
I h " 'U 3,0 r g K8PCC j
ble progress. For nur own pn-J
j vate r.pe on the roud, the walk is!
1 the gait which we prize above all
it ' i l: t t.
iUtr(,iu -auiijing wnieu pruia-
!ise8 to increase the number of hist
j walkers shall receive our hearty:
A mother thus writes: Once
a motner tlius writes: Unce a,
i week invariably rnd it was gen
enlly when we had cold meat
tniuceu l gave tne cruwrtu a
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i dinner which was hailed with de- .
light, aiid locked forward to
this was a dish of boiled onions.
ajThe little things knew not they
were taking the best medicine fur
expelling what most children suf- :
jfer from, worms. I believe mine'
j w.-re kept free by this remedy a-
lone. Not only boiled onions fur:
dinner, but chives also they were i
iercouraged to eat with their bread !
and butter, and for this purpose'
j they had tutts uf chives in their'
little gardens. It was a medical;
; mm who taught me to eat boiled;
j onions as a specific for a cold in i
! the chest. He did not know at !
;the time, till I told him, that they !
were gooa ior any tning te.
A correspondent of the London
AaricuHural Gazette rives his
experience in regard to early frosts, J
mentioning a remeoy tvnicu is ;
Ljrriple enough to deserve a trial. ,
lie says that when he suspects!
that there is or has been a frost j
on his vegetables, he at once goes j
into his garden with his watering-!
pot, and sprinkles with water i
those tender plants vhichare lia
ble to b frost bitten, taking care
to do this before the sun rises.
By this means he never fails to
obviate the disastrous tflVcts of
frost, when his immediate neigh
bors have suffered severely Iromj,
Spare your horse. Don't com
pel him, after working hard for
five and a half days, to pull or!
near you 10 n corner grocery, me
or six miles away, on Saturday
afternoon, and you aud your fami
lv to chuich on Sunday. This
sort of a thing ain't right. Horses
need a day of rest as well as men.
And then, don't gallop him hard
three or four miles of a ccld morn
ing, and sufier him to stand iu a
piercing wind, uncovered by a
blanket. Don't let the rain fall
on him unnecessarily. In other
words, put yourself in his place in
every instance. Something else
is necessary to the longevity and
health of a horse, besides good
Frozen potatoes can 15e cured
by soaking in water' three days
fJO lay ia their
j yiV ONDEBFUL inducemnl3 offered t
: ; IT iboos winhinc; work , that Jine.
' . . 1st. 1 propose to Jo cheaper work. .'"
' ' -2nd. I inntire every case to le unaur
PC C. rVV tV PV 'Passe ty any of its c!asg. aud purpose to
A s A A j stick' stiictly to the foltowine rates and
J x- chnllenge opposition in all ita forir.3
I Kxtracting teeth. W cents ew;h.
, 'j (told lllling.... . : SI-00 to $2.00
i Platiua do 50c do 2.00
i Tin foil do 6O0 do 1.00 '
. Cleaning and polishing teeth, $1 to 2.60
If. w. brows
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r r -v m n nTTnnn tt i mn
x. ll u H a I X
iUUXU, UXIKJJUVJ, iliXXU,
1 ' '
, SOIIOHS, QDEEKSWARE, GLASSWARE
v hich he is determined to sell the
cf Lincoln and adjoining counties
For Less Money
HAi SAtSiE GOODS
have been sold since the war.
sue our new fall styles in
Come and j
GOOllS. ClctlliOJ, TflOlfllM,
' & &'
. ,: .
If you are not convinced that we cau
,' ' I LEWIS PEACH & CO. ' '
,r, n H .JSTOWE-CUTTERS,
-: TT AV IN G contracted-10 finish the stonp-
10 tuJ of s, ilJ not ask you o bny.
will tuo great pleasure in showing
through, whelhtir vou wish to buv or no't.1
REMEMBER THIS HOUSE
as the same goods can be bought from any
retail house in
Bring in your bills and see if we don't du
plicate them. Messrs. J. T. McCauley. A.
H. Hatcher, W.T. Solomon and Knoi llrv-
son will be glad to sec their friends at Hiis
htrusc. ..'.-.. sent. 23: 1S75 .
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..SB US I Vfci ' A K D S
DB.E.B. McKLNNET'S office is at his
residence "Calls attended to pr&zapt
ly. - - ' jMiO-f
Fayetteville, . Tennessee,
j IV ILL practice in Lincoln id adjolring
I T counties. Saia'action guarantead both
ia prices and operations of ail Ejnda.
Office tip sUirs over Utmann & Hili'a
jewelry shop. 12, 1B75.
Ireatmg chrtn;c innamui&tion of
mouth and throat . 1.00 to 10
Artificial teeth inserted 'from-
1 to 4 teeth ;6.00
do do do 3 to 10 10.00
A full upper plate. . 15.00 do 20.00
i Owing to material and style of work up
! er and lower sets 5J0.D0 do 35.00
DR. D. SAFFOIJ),
aug. 5 Offiee atthe Saffold Houso. '
W. C. BRIGHT, M: D.,
ILL practice Medicine and Surgery
I f in Favettevillo and rioinitr. Office
: at Price's Drug Store-. july 22, 1875."
E. L. DRAKE, If. D.,
(Office over Trice's Drug Store, West side
OFFERS his professional services to the
citizens of Fayettoville and Ticinity.
july 22, 1375.
marchll Fayetteville, Tfiin. .
J.-W. Newman. S. Vr. Cakmactc.
NEWMAN & CARMACK,
Altornejs at Law,
. . Fajetleville, Teun.
WILL practice in the various Courts
of Lincoln and adjoining counties,
and in the Supreme and Federal Courts at
Nashville. Office near north-eant corner
of the Public Sqttare. jan. 14-tf
J. Goodwin ,
Attorney at Law,
Collections a specialty. feb4
J. O. WOODS. It. W. WOODAED. W. E. WOOES.
Woods & Woodard
Ittomcis at JLmVi
Fayetteville, - - Tennessee.
Medicine and Dentistry
Dr. Joe Dinwltliiie
HAS it-turned to Fayetteville. and will
resume hi? profession; and hereby re-
j spectTuIly oCVrs his professional services to
Li i a uiu jau ui..? cll.u hit puunv t. uvi an j .
Office, two doors north of the carriage shop.
Plans, Elevations, Details, Per
spective Views, and llsti mates
furnished on Short Notice
Office at Iiis llesidence.
i GEO. Y. 11IGG1NS,
!Mf0SE &? Ml
j Office at Ms residence near Camargo,
T ILL practice in the various Courts of
! f.F Lincoln and adioinni counties, civ
C. C. M'KINNEV.
F. P. FCLTOX.
McKinney, Sf Fulton,
! ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
I Prompt attention given to business. Of
j fice near the south-west corner of Squara
: now opening a quarry of excellent stone on
: the farm ot Major Monres. near Favelte-
vil!. IVr.tns desiring Tombs, Monuments, !
j or Building work ol any description, will !
j do well to give us a call. Satisfaction !
j guaranteed. Keferences, former patrons.;
; Shop in basement of Gray, IJ.-itchcr & Wad- j
.die.. july 24, ltf7o
CEO. B. BOTLES.
C ir El'BKAM.
B0YLES & BURN AM,
Attorneys at aw
ILL practice in the various Couits o
T f Lincoln and the. adioininir counties,
JKS" Office : South-side of the Square, ' ,
in the Miller block. - oct20-tf !
Mear the norih-tcest corner foqttare
I S now prepared
now prepared to manutacture
Harness, Saddles, Bridles,
ana jiai ungates in tne Dest style,
and of the vt-ry best material. Collars
names, ana hips always on hand.
JiejMiring done with neatness and dispatch.
Cheap for cash or bartekoklt. Jan2l-12rn
Auorneys at Law
4 FAYI2TTEVILLE, T12NX. I
11ACTICE in the Courts of Lincoln i
lv attended to
Cases in Bankruptcy prompt
il n PFiik 1 A XI rt yi e e
Sort th-wesl corner of the Square,
T ILL accommodate the traveling pub-
v f lie and home boarders with the .very
best the market affords. Rooms large and
comfortable faro gotten up in the very
best style terms reasonable.
jan.7-tf MRS. DR. D. SAFFOLD.
' . Job Ern.trxs
Of every description neatly done at this Of
fice, on reasonable terms. All work de'iv
ered when promised. Try us.
J. H. KoutAif.
rsornjEroRa tr .
.t . f the Jtailro'id Depot,
Fayetteville, , Tenn
In Full Operation !
We pay. 50 cents per Pound,
in good at the -Factory, for the niccBt
TT ETDRN 1N0 our thanks to cur patrons
a.oi ind pusr, ana soncr.mg tne patron-
age in the futuie. we rjp-ctfuily incite the
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public generally to come and see ns and ex
consisting of - . . . .
Jeans, in various colors and patterns
Cassimeres, " "
- Flannels, -
Ladies' bre'kt't shawl
Gent's shawls, fee.
AND STOCKING YARNS
difTerent sizes and colors. We will also
keep on hand ' .
Xos. 500, 600 and 7CO, at modirate prices,
to suit any faimera desiring to make their
Wo are willing to exchange any of . our
fabrics at cash prices for
Wool or aay M of Couttry Profisoe.
We receive Wool in any condition, al
ways deducting for grease, burrs and damp
ness, thereby placing it or. the basin of
clean, tub-washed wool. We pay freight
on wool and charge to customers, but re
ceive at and return to depot free of charge.
As we have just now put
into operation, we shall fhortly be able to
display to our customers a greater variety o"
Spring and Summer Goods
than ever before.
"We hava a
NEW ROLL CARD
and will do custom work in the
at short notice, fcr
CASH OR TOLL.
We are also prepared to
Yarns for customers, from Now. LCaj7W, or
from 8-12 cuts in lots of 100 ILs. or mon- af
25 cts. for white, and 30 cts. lor mixed.
March 19, 1874.
Wa t eh maker a nd Jeweler,
South side of Public Square in the llines
IS now prepared to do all kinds of work
in his line, such as the repairing of
every description of Chronometer, Duplex,
Lever, Verge and Swiss Watches. All kinds
of Clocks and Jewelry, promptly and neat
jy repaired and warranttd. . Jan. 30.
KEEP on hand a full stock ef
JEWELRY, MUSICAL BOXES &C.
- s sm mm it.
' ""Hi ii uv
COAL OIL AND 1.UIPS,
TINWARE AT WHOLESALE. '
OLD TIN SHOP CORNER.
"COLrJIBI 1-9 JEWEM."
frt. . Kini&f Antmii itg inert Zn&. . Color
, Zd. Detenvtuxt itk Are dtk". Fosttr't
nam 6th. T tmi and Plae vf irrest
7tA. Valuation.' 1 "
Tearhng, led, crop eff left ear and un-der-alopo
in right, 2 years old; J S Lateo.
21et dii, Do e5.
Jieifer Calf, dark brown' with som
sro&Ji spata, no maika or brands, 2 year eld;
W.W. Oatlin, March 6fl; ' ,
MOORX COrSTT. - I
Eorte. brown, 15 hands high, with some
ifwe. iron gray, blind or nearly ao, a-
bout 14f bonds, about 6 years; Thos Iey,
2nd dis, Oct 23 tot valued. --' 1
Two MVIc-om, dark iron gray horM.j
ralued at $47 50: the other, light bay mare,'
.!ih-facd ia right side of f" T ;
AL&cr A. Hannah, 19th dia , May 10: '
is. rtoyie, i. i. .i,; jno. i. uni, ita-;
jcorder-meets 3rd Honday night in each;
Union Chapter No. 18,Itoyal Arch Masons,
Fayetteville J. S. Vaughn, H. P.; Geo. li. :
Boylea, Seo. nect 2nd Monday night in !
each month. j
Jackson Lodge No. 08, F. and A. M , '
Faye"erille, A. 0. Battle, W. M.; Geo. B. ;
Bovlee, Sec -mecta 1st Monday night in f
Petersburg No. 123, W. E. Hanawar, W. j
M; W. E. Smith, Sec. meets 1st Monday
night on or after fail moon in each month.
Pleasant Plains No. 305, U. Carpenter,
W. M.; James Y. Byers, Sec. meets Fri
day night before each full moon.
ilt. Ilebi-on 344, Norris Creek, S.CMcCol-:
lum, W.M.; W.T. Furgasou.Sec. meets Fri
day night oner before full moon each month.
Snlphur Spring No. 400, Oregon, J. J. Cos
ton, W. M ; V.. L. Parker, Sec. meets
Saturday at 2 o'clock on or before tLe full
moon m each nicath.
Mulberry 4t4, . H. KobeTteon, W. M.; Vv .
W. Janes, Sec meets 1st Tuesday nwht
on rr before full moon. '
iiiaceaoma 453, near Goshen. Wm. A. Gill,
sen , V. M ; V. m. A. Gill, jun., Sec meets
""J uim uciuic CUVIl till CUUUlt V
Farcfterille Kncampment No.
ettevilie, M.W.W oodard.C. P.; FiltzWamn
sciihe meets 1st and 3rd Wedaesdav
nigins in each month.
its in each month. "
aihcu, Lge no 26 jamcs b. mil.
j1. y, oodard,Eec Sec. meetsev-
u.; ooaaratnec oec meets ev-
LincoIn'No. 50, Lynchbnrg, M. N. Parks,
V. Ct - T.. VoDiituoll K'o Ka i .
i tira ani: t;wi Mturaay nights. j
luiT No. Sl.retersburr. Eb. fV wfr.rJ
N. G; A.M. Hall, Sec meets every oth-
er Thuraday night
Oak Hill No. 139, Norris Creek, T. L. Wil-
liamson, N. G-: J- T. Goodrich, liec. Sec
meets every other Saturday uight.
Mulberry 1 IS, J.C.Sebastian.N. G.; W. W.
James. S -c meets every other Thursday
t'a piise No. 153, Flyntville, Eli J. Cam
bron, N. G.; C. C. Tierce, Secretary meets
every Thursday night.
Chestnut K:uge 157. W B Freeman. N G:
nbrhi ' -
- Evening Star yo. 161, Pleasant Plains.H
;M. Beat,,N. G.;W. A. Pinkerton, Sec-
'meets is: mi 3rd Saturday niehts.
' - J - , v . .... j iu. j . - ' ., v . v.UlU U'JIC
field, Sec meets every other Saturday night
Livonia Lodge No. , Daughters of Ke
becca, Flynfviile, W. Deckel f, N.G.; Mrs. M.
II. Cambioc, V. G.; W. H. Wrren, Sec'y
meet 1st Saturday eacifmonth at 2 o'clock.
PATPONS OF HUSBANDRY.
H. K. BRTiON, Fayetteville, County Deputy.
Mulberry Grange, 171 W.H.Rees.master;
A. J. Whitaker, sec'y; Mulberry post orSce. !
Buckeye,173L.L.Stone, master, Felix G.
Buchanan, sec'y; fayetteville. I
Sulph-ii .Spring, ;7G T. C. Little, master; i
II. T. L'liiMs, sec'y: Fayetteville. j
Favettevillo, 27 Joel D. Parks, master: ;
K. L-tJiight, sec v; rayetfeville
Swan Creek, ?-.'S II. IT. Bryssn, master;
W. 1. McUaniel, rfec.t t ayetteviilee.
Boon's Hill W Vv Wilson, master, W
W Erwir; s-ec'y;. Coon's Hill. j
Fcity oil .1 J hort, master; L L'
Clark, sec'y;. Fayetteville.
Petersburg Jacob Gillespie, master;
11 IS 1 alley, secy; r-etersburg..
iiutny j uiiii u iucvif nan, mas
ler; Lben Hill, jr, sec y Kelso.
Shelton's Creek John Simmons.maa-,
ter; F P Taylor, sec v; George a Store.
Cold Water 307 J G Askins, master; P
L Twitty, sec'y; Cold Water.
Chestnut Hill '(21st district)30fi John M
Eon' f, master; JasirRoutt.sec'y; Fayetteville
Oak" Hill T L Williamson, master; ;
J II P.eanland, sec y; oms Creek.
"Macedonia, 530 Thoa. O. 111. master; J
C-Lenard, sec'y; Goshen. !
White Oak, 531 A 8 Moore, master; S
L Walker, sec; Lincoin. ;
Sylvester (iranre W. P. Lindsay,"
master; A. S. Sloan, sec; Moliuo..
Flintville Grange .1. F. Pastor.:
master; W. G. Knowles, sre; Flintville. I
Pleasant Plains Grange II. Car-
per'er, master: J. Maddux, sec; P.lanche.
Camargo Grange G. W. li:j.j;ins,
master: A. J. Panio!ph. sre; Camariro.
Will- w Grove F. M. Kime?, master;
E. P. Caslles, sec; Fayetteville.
tVnterrih'e Grange II. II. Pdedsoe,
master; J. T. (ioodrich, sec; Norris Creek.
U. F. OF T.
FaTetevieConnc;l No. 333, Frai.k Car-'
ter, VY. P.; W. H. MrNelley, Pec. Sec
metti every Monday night in Bright Hall.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
Fayetteville Lodge No. J S Vaughn,
Dictator: J B Smith, Reporter.
Wliai ilia ken u Iiuhel.
Dried Apples 26
Barley . ; 43
Cow Poas 60
White Beans 60
Castor Bear.s 45
Stone ,Coal 80
' Shelled Corn ....66
Corn in the ear . ."0
Com Meal .50
Plastering Hair 8
U&alacked Lime 35
Barley Malt 33
.H.j a Malt .' 34
" Onions:.-. . .57
Dried Peaches, unpeeled 39
io do peeled 30
Millet Seed.... ...54
Orchard Grasp Seed.. 14
Herd's Grass Seed 10
Irish Potatoes 65
Sweet Potatoes 50
Blue Giass Seed 14
. Clover Seed. . .60
Flax Seed 56
. Hemp Seed.......' '. 44
Timothy Seed 45
Hungarian Seed 48
Coarse Salt 50
Fine Salt .'..'.55
Cotton Seed.'. 33
Teanuts , 23
3x. O. JSl. Diomor.
51ihcJcsal and fafaii IIet- In
PURE DRUGS JSD MEDICHE,
.... "V 1 L,iJtlilL'j
VViriUUVY GLASS, PUTTY,
Fine ChewlnffA Smoking- Tobacco,
SUSBrlCF Illllllliliatilll CCal OIL
PATEft T AND FAMILY MEDICINES J
nd a wH selected stock ot all Goods i
j USUjdly kept in a
!DTTTT? nr-rnr-nr -rfrrT
Pure old Com "Whiskey, i
"Pp "fp-n "P
x OK -tEDICETAL xCRPOSES.
Prompt attention given to Pre
All sales, CASH Igj
novll W. C. DIEMER.
M . F U 2 C ti
JTAViNG Wu-rlit ofPiske& Bright '
, JLX their satire Mock of
; r.n, rivllirn
1 DRUG&, MtDICINES, &C,
i will keep constu.tlv on hand
; Al the SamC IIOUSC.
j West Side cf the PvlUc Square.
.., 1 7
W'- M SWK orgOOOiJ. COm-
Prisi;'K tverjtlda- ia hi? lino,
Pbias ,0 8JFFi7
",J P''"s to sjppiy nii cudtomers
Purest stvA Freshest Articles
that, ran Ho ha ? il t- '
with tiieir casl0lT. nay rely upon it that
every article toll will h
riitusiLI o ncf fltotfi I cu J
o!er our .poods to tbos? needing them,
i with an assuriihce that our price- are
as the same quality can be bcujrht els'-
GIVE US A CALL.
We will di al fairly and treat our custom -
july 22, 1875.
lTE have sell our Mock of dm -a ttf
1ir' M-1 "" ''or I7em.rd.lenn..
w rerornmnd h,,n as worthy of the
DRAKE & BRIGHT.
A 1ST U
; SHOE FINDINGS!
of every description
hand an assortment of heavy
Hakes to Order
all kinds cf fir,e work,-at thi Post Office
Jfe side Sqwtre,
AvrW 2:). If 75.
, T. J. Git AY & CO.
' Com:nUioi 31ercliants,
Dealer;) In Grain and Produce,
r Aden's r-r lh( i-e!' brate-l
LAHOHA WAGON WORKS,
Eclipse Cotton Press and Cotton
LO. 1875 o
TO 3iT CONSTITUENTS.
AM r.iw permanently located in Fayette
ville. :id am iirerand to fill all orders
for work in my line out ol the best
. Ma btim Marsle.
Monnmeats, TcmLs and ' Head-Stones
finished to order in the best style and at the
lower rates than can be furnished by any
other shop in tho State.
Give me a trial before sending from home
for your tomb work. I have a splendid
quarry of gray stone for
Building and Grave-Yard
And can give sa'isfaction both in price anl
Oct. 8. 1874.
t H H f
Prices of Job Printing
have been lowered at the On
servfj: office to suit the times.
Dring in your orders. "Ve war
BARRELS, stands, &:., kept oc
hand. All work insured to be
gooa. &p'cial attention paid to makm
good wl iky barrels. Come and eivf us
call. CHARLES WEISS & CO.,
6ept.23-1y Fayetteville, Tenn.
Cath pii1 for 310$ dry Staven. '
w.c. in i:mi:k,
M the 'Old
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TiTiTTn omnnTi i!
si hi St nr.
s s -B i m a a i
8.8.6FCELOCK.. W. E. HOKE, OOODieU.
OfWarrento. Of time.tone.Ala. OrLiacoIi U
HOKE & CO.
- i -, - .
Cotton Factors, ;
Xos. 96 and 98 CoUege Street,1
NASHVILLE, TENJI. :
. . . . -2
We handle ocr Cotton
In our own Ware House.
Under our own supervision,
See evert bale weighed: and,
sampled, , . ; ' . " '
Make liberal advances bofh of
Money and . v
BAGGING AND TIES!
j Our expenses being LKS3 than any h
j in the city, we '
I Cdtf WIL L
, ... '. '
make it to the merest of thoe,? who luard
to Sv-'li tijeir
COTTOIJ HI CUH MAPZET
to faror us with their phfprrcnU.
To my many, many friends ia Lincoln
Wfia have Held up my. Hands-
since I commenced buinsa, and to whora
1 OWE my present position, I have this O
YOUR INTERESTS-ARE MINE,
and I am "
DETERMINED TO PROTECT THE SAME
whenever confided to me.
sep.23-tf GEO. J. GOODRICH.
Of Lincoln Cunnty, with
Holding, Vilkss &' Hancoclc,
cot's ox- ;
Ann -'' 1 '.
connvussiosr imeh chaitts.
july 8-tf - - -
Stoves and Tinware!
Holm an & Pr ce, ; .
Xext door to Odd- Fellows'. Jlall;
A Rlvreadrto aapply hi niatoiiier with
1 all kintw of
Especially (be '
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also a large stock of ' . .
Iron and Wood - Pumps.
STILL WOIJK done oq short notice.
PURSUANT. to an order of the Clerk f
tho County Court of Lincoln county,
Tenn., upon the suggestion of th executor
of theestat'i of .1
Mrs. Tabitha McEwcn, dec,
cf the insolvency of said decedent's' estate;
notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against said estate to present them to
the Clerk of said Court, authenticated, on or
before the 20th day of May, '1876,
for pro rata distribution, or they will b
nov.25 . R: D.'McMILLENdm'r.
tUS" Persons purchasing articles adver
tised in these col unitf, w.Il please mention
that they saw the adreiliiiment in tho Fat
fttkvii.le Obkkti tn.-i
State of Tennessee, County
of Lincoln. . .
William Roan r. W. W. Scott '
IN this cause it appearing by affidavit that
the defendant W, W Scott U justly in
debted to the plaintifi", and has removed
hiii.slf and property from the State of
Tennessee, and has removed himself out
of the county privately, so that the ordinary
process of law cannot be served upon him.
and an original attachnwr.t having- been
levied on his property.it is, therefore.ordered
that publication be mada in tLe FaTtT-r--villf.
Obsbkveh, a newspaper published in
the town of Fayetteville, for tor cor.ecut!
weeks, commanding said W. W. Scoji to
appear before me, at tot office in Farettn- '
vi le, on the Ulsttlay.91 December, .
1875, and make defence to saiJ ' suit a
gainst him, or it will be proceeded with ex.
parte. F. P. PULTON, J. p,
iwt.25, 1875. : ' ?
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