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bfVi'CE: AT THE SAMU OLD 6TASD
- U. O. WALLACE,
liMItor uiu) I'ublielier.
FAYETTEYiLLE, TNHESSEEi
Vhurxjii) 3Iornin.DfCfmbf '23 1875
5
$ OilS PClS.
i
4
Aniuj'g h bormiiris that the
1
FAtO FLYU it QBSlBYL
v.vti pushed c .ngressmait xpe :ta - crea6ed interest in this country
tu Mnke hi tht- cou.u.g eeiu.ii,Upon the subject of eheep hus
is th ci-flen biiHt.z4. b in. pro- jbundrv. This is not merely an
(, h j to hii, k h duiy on both tea opinion of mine nor chimera
u. d c- il w Acc.r.lirig tu the A l0f tie brain, but a t?r not to
vierican Grocer, if.- 13;h 4 N be disputed "by any man who is
it-hit r, ur vimtde s:k .1 c.ll e not at ajj posted, or who has put
in ti.e U'titt d fc:tt-8 waj 46,985 himself to any trouble to know
twiiH To ibis udd tho...veiageillle feepulg3 of the farmers on
i,.i.orts of (he months ol D-cfui. j,h'ls g,.cat unf vital question. I
U-v, Jmhuhix Fbrury and ' a vjt;li question, for the rea
SUr.'M 1 r .hf 1-tft l..ui yr8, 45, son tjlilt if there be not a change
074 tiM.-nt inakii on th- bt J 1 m(ie -n ti e picent system of
Ainl 9:!'Jj6 to. m. F urn .aJr,.jcuiture in Robertson coun-
woih J. duet tht- ctM.suiiiLitluii wt
to- ,b.v.- I ur moiiihs at the
uu.f.isi!) averse I me lour pre-
vi-jiiM 38,496 tons, leaving
a -'ock on iht- 1-t f Aoiii. -di.-'
4b to.-s. .-r enough fur nearly mx ;
wo thH ' coM.ui.pti.!i, wl.ioli will
. iur JU j n.ru , i c.uiae mtnt thi' only remedial sy.-tem
v e;i i(1 pnwtlie iik mem the Ur 0f j,gnCUlture in our country
ill I;ei ix p.sil Adut oi'three!is in e0ving grasses and raising
-n'H p r p..u..-i w..u d n.Mke a ht j st0CiC) esueciallv sheep. Thev
i rn ce n.ri; $4 UUO.OtU o thse; (bheep) gie more back to the
ivi.o oow b.-ld the mo. k. ;t.oil ,hatl .U1V other stock, while
t. si tail. '
II our L..iiiensrn"U htnull let
th
,cu n r.- ui.wn iiuo u.e
.... . ,1 . . . . I
p ,o.,..ui the pe.. ph- to this -
m unt. th" wi I do h Mileiy be-
rause of inoratiC r brir iCaien bv sheep. 1 know many
m-about hh much of h crime s'fai.mer bebiiiea myself, who
th- other W- crminlj lmvtjare intending to make " sheep
enough tnxiti-m to bertr without; j,llgs:Ultjrv r.i!iW u euecirflty, pro
this addition to one ol the prii ci ka.a tl1(v c;in , t motectinn Irom
pil arth-les of tahl.- coriiinptioli
oui'i u not tH we i t i 'i oi anp is j
fi:ii l irniers geiif rtli to iio a h;
tie thinKiiiir on tlii.s sutj-ct, muj;
open the e3es of their rrspectiv.-;
Cotigre-strif n to the- net, and uz
gt-'f t what
their hands uliould tht
tit tempt
be 'uatle, f wlihjh
scarcely a doubt.
there is
Death to the Apple-tree
Borer.
I have waited for long; time i
or Home one to invent an e . j
way o- killing the apple tree borer; ;
w
but the chtsel. mallet. KUlie, and
wire st re only r; errnnend-ij, nnd.
i.i us:nsl them, 1 have had to cut
a stx-ioch apple tree until I could
e.Inl.ghtti.r.tugh it to kill
ingle borer. My way l getting
at tnic mi!eranirt -worm oi tn-:venil thev r not t the dog to the
dust' is an easy one. and most el UsseshOr.
teetutl 1 cut a sumae. or ald-r. The best part of the whole
one loot, more or le. long, punr.h , thing, thank goodness, is corn
out he pith, eut one end with "lino- 'Whenever the dojr hold-
1. 1. .o Ii ii ii f t t.i ,.rri , .li n!un ii i
c-i..v, i. ....i. i..v. ..i. o wuii
it out nt the entrance with a wire, j
pUce he beveled e id i my tube 1
against it, take some putty-like '
clay th.it I get out ol th-spring-j
branch, plaster it water .ij.t
round the end next to t!i tree; fl! ! :
the tube with very strong soap- !
tUis, and in Tiling 1 diine
T . i
."i
ni'titer bow crooked the .hole is, or I cdietion! May the Sun forever
wbether it goew up or down, the'shine unon the floeks ol Old
t;udH in tbe tube will force its. Ii '
loth-end. I have tried it two
ears and have not failed once.
Tc .:..i.i u 1
Ui course, nov kiijo i miihii. oi'.- r
low Iu'.h will do, jthJ Hnythinr
that will make it water tigbt willj
d t plaster it with. Cor. JV
I". Tribune.
Home made oAF.-F- r 4 pounds
i
of tadow, oil. or
l inl take '
.i.mriilil tf Bitfl I 1 nl 11 114 l:irL- t-t '.
me h ounce of beeswax, i ounce :
nfr,,n 4 tetisoooiilni ,.f n..r:,v :
Put h; litiitt and Mi'la in a vessel,
with G quarts of v r, st ir them !
....II ntid ulli.vv tlip limiiiv trt sot.
Ullll Bl HV1 , . ' - - .v n. ,
tie till clear; then pour of and j
Ltiuin tliu nlnur I t nnd lutiir in-rti
... j j. ii . e
tlit. limp Hiiri Kndii n f;il loll nt vn-,
. , . .i i
.T'liti iilLk.il' ttlt!illi llit.l mini h. ;
' i i i. .i j'Can In prosperntislv ent
cr vesfel. Melt the urease, and: . .' r - l-
when it is boiling hot, pour in tbe
weak he. a cupful at si time, tili
the whole is tapoiJied: Lnl ni
ne to b til, and add the strong I3 e
till the whole is in; keep boding
Mid i-tirring till the Bo;ip is so
thick that the spoon will stand
in the middle without holding
Now add the rosin and Ixirax pul-
......ifT.wl ..tir llmm it) ivmII jiiiiI hour
CI l.rl, i-iii ....... ... ...
o r i.t fr ...i,; 1
ihe soau into a mould, I nun winch
cakes eati be t ut to suit when it
is cold. From this may be made
anv kind ot
perfumed oap
..,i,i. - i,i,.. ,.;i
melting it and adding honey, oil
of rose, Iitter almonds, lavender,
nnd .dlier neifutnes osed in the
inmuf ictureof toilet
JIuson.
-Mrs.
Indian corn ia North Germany
often assume a place among ti e
household 1 1 nts. It is rega.ded
tnVre as tropical. L our country
it becomes tropical only under ti e
name bourbon, and then it
warms a man u;i so 'hat he feels
that h was under the tropic of
Cipricorti. .
Dog Law 8nd Sheep Rais
ing Editors Rural Sun:-l I
am not mistaken you have as
sured the farmers that if they
would write thtir experience
upon farm matters that you
would put.it in a leadable e-hape
and give it to the readers of
the Sun.
I feel that a few brief and
pointed remarks from Old Iiob-
icrtson are tluo the Sood Peol)le
j of the agricultural region; es
pecially those who are right
thinkers upon the dog law and
sheep husbandry.
There is manifestly an in-
u ,,f fn,. ,1"istnnt i
w bcn ail hose living on upland j
and arn0ng the hills, will have
to scek homes in the West, or
j7001. existeuce where thev nowj01
jive jn m,. humble 'judg-j
Ullur tKo mofpst uvmi.
- - 1 '
Hru.rg. nuronte. and in
hhort all growths which are de-
,,t nl n n t-n-m .nv lvndilvi
jt. de.itvdMtion of llf Htro!lii-g
!JM)j
The dojr lawl
cr.
ihs doiu? n.ucli eoo'J
not o triiu'li
i,Wpver in Iciliii.
: it the W'rui
j,, n j,as in
riteoui 'i.'iu i
ftttili'Mi b'-j
hliejp raiiiir. I sun
U exjecied utj01(lj u! question that th. i?
At ci titn-li nnt.iui t l.tl 1) tlii' llU'
i ,f P'l 1MI ( I'U '".'IIIW.! H Ills .,.., .
. . 1 , -. . jsmclcnmnirncd busmesp, and to whom
Hf lorilierly, ami were it not I r a OWE my present position, I have this to
tew hhiant eh u2S who tire con -
tinu uslv trv-nii to nniuane the
... i i j
mi i ids the musses nguiiist it,
! there would in :i bhoit time b" no
(rmoitioii to tl
law. The laWi
r i I
hfl t proved r.s e(Tiint in ki!!-i
j2 ut all nr-elec d-cs as was
j Contemphiied by it fr. m- rs, l-rhf.nr confided to me.
the reason th.it these same gas j sep.23-tf Gl'O. J. noODKlCII.
k., (wm never owned a fheep) " n ft a o-tv w
jerd out thai the law WH8 ui.t-on-l of l?ln.ia lt
titutional. anJ th.H dog h,.l,Jersu . , , " j ' LU" J ! Uh
; W()Uld I (lt have to pay the tux e- j HOSulilfft lilitSS H 2D COCKi
. V. 1 .t..i il. . : . . . : '
Juki inai i n ore is f 1
around paving the tax on the 1
much beloved (log von will find I
that when the asesor makes I
1,S t-econd round lor the pur-
Voo of listing the dotrs, that at
li-a-t about one-half of 'the canine
race in Old lLt)bert!on will irout):.-
r . .ii
r; r rtpr. ow receive c uc -
Kobinson, and send his hotlet
blazes upon the worthless cur.'
till he with the lat end of his
. -. , , , , !
.:i . 1... 1
uui sui:i ou ouiiicu 11 j.
OllTHODOX.
Springfield, Tenn., Nov.S, '7.".
Keep Bees
Bees are as us ful a chickens,
i . :i.. ... i 'Pi. ... n (
Jiei-ii laiseu. i ney iiiioio
us a itixuiious io ui, neainiy, and
tn,?i,ty .c'"i- s rt'rl,1!l t? '
Pe.-s
feeding, little exp-nse and atten
Hon. ihev waHtonuacenfori-
able home, coveteil fr.-in tbe st a in .
and Ml'i, and protected from t lie
. iniir i it, hit tfililiirj iiiit iimu
.. .. fr-
"P .
men own living, huh uo
cnsid-rtbe towarij tbe nvtnir ol
. o
the fanner
many swarms ;
)U one!
place, but every fanner can raiej
honey lor home use mhu a littltol
p.ire. Every tanlener, every
villager, tnigtit do it. A single j
swarm ol bees, wII attended to. 1
I
will soon produce .is many ssvan.igj'" "'r private'. -, s.,tlut the or.lie
, 1 .. process ot law canr.ot be served n h
as can o" Micces.iuny Kept in one
place Ail that bees nnke is
clear gin They get their treas
ures from tlowers. We should
1 . . .
ihave bes erioiiun in the coutitrx
. , .
to have one niwavs sipping n v
erv flower. The fl.iwer Js 1I the-
t-ne produc.ng honey. Ihe bee
shotilu be all tlie time irathenni; it
It w had a hee all tbe time nt ev
ery flower, honey enough would
be produced to supply tbe world
It is a means of wealth, hedtb
and p'easure. L bees be culti
vetted let every firmer have
them Tbey tire as ustlul as
cows, and far less trouble. A lit
tie attention .vill tench one to man
age them.
The corn crop in Missouri is
enormous, selling in some eoun-
Itics at II cents a bushel.
N AMI VII. I. K
S. B.hf'Cl.l.- CK. V. . E. H'iKF., GEO. J. GOODRICH.
Of Wurtu Co. Of Liu6tuu, AH. Of 1-Ii.ooIh to
mm noKE co.
Cotton Factors,
Nos. 96 and 9S College Street,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
We handle OUR Cotton
In our own Ware House,
Under our own supervision,
See tVEKT dale weighed and
sampled,
Mnke liberal udvances both ol
Monet and
BAGGING AND TIES!
Our expenses being LESS than any house
CO.IIBLMTIO.X GF HOUSES,
in the civ, we
.VJ -4-
r. i
niHk" it to the inlorest of those who desire
to S--'.1 their
to favor ns with thir Phipmonts. '
'ioiuym.ylUJa.,y friends in Lincoln
1!
up my Hands'
! I
;saJ"
YOUR INTERESTS ARE MINE I
and I am
rTrp,
!CETEfiP,i!',3 TO PROTECT THE SAME
O T O N
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Xa.ih ville. Ten nessee.
J
m-m ,. l.
of " " "'" i rp " ".'V I
v 1 ill JiTC I
,
IkOllliail & ll'iee,
. DKALEBS IX
AND TINWARE,;
;kJo io
door to Odd-. Fell oicsIIall,
' !
A K'dy to supply hi customers? with
fi. all kinds of
iron ana vv oou. rumps.
STILL WORK done on short notice.
II0LMAN& PRICE
marehl 1
is o ir m s
i
j
J E.speciallj the ;
CAP IT OIi. A
i
I hIso a large stock of
i
!wi!l take great jdeasure in showing you
01 Tennessee. Count vi,!,i'oash whether you wuh to buy or not.
UI ljlill'Uill.
R. S. Dou hat cs. V. W. Seot'.
I N this cause it :ipp.-arin; by allPhiM't tint
1 the dofemlant W. V. S -ott is justly in-di-bted
lo the plaintitf. and has removed
1 imse f and property from the fetnte ol
Tennessee, and has reniored himself out
an
nul.
'1 an iri.
,-inal attaetiinent t-isiied bv mp 011
trie '! h o.iy ot N'ovemb 'r.HTj .having bi-en
!eiedon his property It is. ihi re'o. e. or
dered that publication be made in the Fat
FnLvn.K Ubskkveh, a newspaper publ-he I
in the, town o! Fayetteviile, tor four succes
ive weeks, commanding the s:iid W. W.
S -ott to app-ar be'ore me at my ofiiee
on the Jo th day f Januart,
IW?6, an-1 muku di-i'enct; to said suit
against him, or it will be proceeded with ex
parte. This 4th day of . December, ' 1875
d-c. 9 o rI FULTON, J. P.
INS0LViTN6flCE
PUP. SI A NT to an order of the Clerk of
the County Court of Lincoln county.
Term., upon the suggestion of tho executor
of the ebtate of
Mrs. Tabitha McEwen, dee.,
of the insolvency of said decedent's estate;
notice is hereby riven to all persons having
. laims against said estate to present them to
the Clerk of sa'id Court, authenticated, on or
before the 20th day of May, 1876,
Vr pro rata distribution, or they will be
'"orever barred.
J":,Tl25 R D- McMILLENrfniV.
sy Ad vertisements are inserted in the or
der in which they are handed in.
Brown's ( olumn.
' "
A Cliaii 06 f or Alii
0 lay in thair
FILL ASD WINTER StPPLIES
J I I i XJ HU 1 I jLI
; hns on hand and is receiving daily an im
mense line of
Jill" GOODS, (Mill,
ROOTS SHOPS TT A TS
: ..
NOTIONS. CUEENEWARE, GLASSWARE
Anil GROCERIES,
which he is determii.e 1 to sell the peopU
of Lincoln and adjoining countk-a
For Less Money
THAN SAME GOODS
have been sold since the war.
see our new fall styles in
Come and
Dress Goods, Clothing, Trimmings,
&c, &c, &c.
If you are not convinced that we can
2 17 TO YOUR OUST
j to buy of us. will not ask you to buy.
REMEMBER THIS HOUSE
mimow
as th iwm goods can be bought from any
retail house in
"T 2.fi.3&:332 3C3ST OTS
UNITED STATES.
Bring in your bills and aee if we don't du
plicate them. Mesars. J. T. McCauley. A.
U. Hatcher, W.T. Solomon and Knox Bry
son will bo gld to see their friends at this
bii?, fpt. 23, 1875
u ILL
BUMKSS CAltDS-
i 33 3u X O JS T, .
DR, R. R. McKIN'NKY'S oilieo is at l.U
residencu. (Jalla attuudoii to proiupt-
1.
Ihyettevxlle, Tcnneeaee.
ILL practice in Lincoln and adjoining
Vf ooun'ioH. Sa1iractloofruarantedboUi
ia prices and operations cf ail kinds.
Offici cp stairs orcr liejmatm & Hi'l's
jewelry shop. tug. 12. 1S75.
1 ONDEP.FUL induccmt&tg offered to
I I tho- wishing work . thatllae.
1st. I propose to do cheaper work.
2nd. I insurfl every case to be unsur
passed by any of its c!as9, and purpose to
stick strictly to the following rates and
challenge opposition in ell its forma
Extracting teeth, CO cc-nts each.
Gold filling fcl.OQ to $2 00
Platinado 60c do 00
Tin foil do Oc do 1.00
Cleaning and polishing teeth, Si to 2.50
Treating chr nic inflammation of
mouh and throat ... . $l.c0to10
Artifici.il teeth inserted from
1 to i teoth $5.00
do do do 3 to 10 10.00
A full upper plate. . . ..15.00 do 2000
Owing to material and style of trork op
erand lower sets 30.00 do 35 00
DR. D. SAFFOLD.
aug. 6 Office at the Saffold House.
t ilj practvce Medicine and Surgery
j in Favrtteville and vicinity. Office
j at Trice's Dn.g Store.
july 22, 1875.
! E. L. DHAKE, M. D,
! (Office over Trice's Drujt Store, West iile
j Squire.)
OFFERS his proressional services to ths
citizens of i'ayetteviile and vicinity.
I july 22, 1875.
' CAffKIGAK & GEOMG,
i t'lttariH imat Ssitiv.
march 11
FajettrvilU, Tt-wn.
J. W. NewMAK. S. YV. Cakmack.
I NEWMAN & CARMACK,
!Altornevs at Law
FnjttteviUc. Tenn.
lLh practice m tne various t.onrts
ractice in the various Courts
A ; k ..i v;..i-i r,.....- -
VVL4iH-..T.
.i. .v L.-urvi.t. i vuiai wuuj al
Nashvilte. Ofi.ce near north-east corner
of the Public Kcuare. jan. 14-tf
J. IJ. Goodwin
Atlorncv at Law,
Fa vet te ville, Tennessee.
Collections a specialty. feb4
J. O. WOODS. M. V. WOODARD. W. II. W00I S.
Woods & Woodard
S lltorneys af JLaw,
: Fayetteville, - - Tennessee,
j jsn. J4-ly
31ediciiie and Dentistry
Dr. Joe Dinwiddle
AS tet'irncd to Favettcvil'.? and vi!'.
sucir liij niofessioii; und lifelv rc:-
, spect'"ul!y otlt-rs his proft ssional services to
! his old patrons and the public generally.
Office, two doors north of the carriage shop.
' . au'JO
W717WKWlWMW,
Fayetteville, Tennessee,
Plans, Elevations, Details, Pcr-
spective Views, and Intimates
furnished on Short Notice
Office at his Residence.
march 12
i GFO W. UIGGINS,
1 1 UitivX( x SX.X usxw ;
Office at his residence r,car Camargo, j
' ILL practice in the various Courts of j
T T Lincoln and adjoining counties. I
c. c. M'KIXKEY.
K. P. FULTON.
,McKinney Fulton,
j. ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
'
! Promnt attention civen to business. Of-
fice near ttie south-west corner of Square
i 'fepi25
j LEWiS PEACH & CO.
STONE-CUTTERS,
FAYETTEVILLE, TENN
HAVING contracted '41 finish the stone
work for the new court-house, are
now opening a quarry of excellent stone on
the farm ot Major Moores. near Fayette
ville. Persons desirirjr Tombs, Monutn.-nts.
or Duildinjr work ol any desc ription, will
do we I to crive us a e,n . fatis::i''!!oii
cmiravteed. He
:ferenees, fon-r pro,.
tof Gray, Il.t,.,,r : Vwel-
Shop in buseiiu i
die.
GEO. B. BOYLM".
mUcTTOIIIir TTl'll
r ILL practice in the various Coin ts of ;
ft Lincoln and the adjoining counties.
fiS Office : South-bide of .the Square, ,
in the Miller. block.
octUi-tf
2Year the north-west corner Square,
FAYETTEVILLE, TEhiWSSSEE.
1 S now prepared to manufacturefc 1
j 1 JIuriiess, Saddles, liridles,
and Mai tiiiffales in the best style, a j
I and of the very best material. Collnrs, ;
j Ilames, and Whips always on hand.
j llepairiug done with neatness and dispntch.
Cheap for cash 01: hi i:te!'. only. Jan21-12m j
" HOLMAN Ol()T731 ANT !
Attornevs at Law. '
FA YKTTEVI LLE, TliX X.
RACTICE in tlie Courts of Lincoln
P
county. Cases in bann.F!ptcy prompt-
Iv attended to
janoO-tf
Saffold Hons
"1
South-west comer 0 the Square,
Fayetteville, Tennessee,
T ILL accommodte the travelinf pub-
f lie and home hoarders with the e y
best the market affords. Rooms large and
comfortable fare gotten up in tho very
best style terms reasonable,
jan. 7-tf MPS. DR. I). SAFFOLD.
Jot) Ei"lixtiia.s
Of every description neatly done at thisi r
fice, on reasonable terms. All work de'i
ered whr promised. TrT u-
j . 150YLES & PCKXAM. SgMiSf &IW$im
lAttoriicvs- at aw. WXWB
vvooi:i: GooDSi
Gr.o. Arqcith.
JI D. Hampton
J. H. Holma;?.
AsquUh, Hampton &-Holman,
rao?EiETORaor
L
of Railroad Depot,
Fayette ville, - Term
In Full Operalion !
40.0001b3.WoolWanted
"We pay 50 cents per Pound,
in goods at the Factory, for the nicest
clean-picked Wool.
T KTCRNING our thanks to our payors
11
of tho past, and eolicitin; the patron
age in the future, we respecUnlly invito! the
public generally to come and see us atid ex-
amine our
consisting of
J - i l .
eana,in variouscolowand patterns
Cwsimeres,
Flanneb,
L.inse s,
lilmiket.s,
Hiiltnoral
Skirt
Ladies' bte'kt't shawl
G
ni't sIimwIs!, &.c
ATI) STfirfv'l YIi'S
AAU CMUllIAll lUlA3t
diflerent sizes and colors. We will also
1 TA f v v . p
it U O L h l lAlilNo,
! .-r . , , . . '
, Nos. cOD. 60 ' and .UU, at n-o-l r.-.tp prices,
I to suit any tiiiin.TS destrmg to make their
own goods.
tc
snr of our
ileal cr an? kiii cf Csimtry Mi
I We receive ool in any condition, .11-
! ways deducting tor urease. i urr and damp- i
' .. . .. ;, .,, ,,i
: p I II T n:l. I Pi U" O iO T.!l Ifl I'll
: V"
! on wool ar.'l c!iaie to cu.-.t'm"rs nut r-
ceiv1 at arui ,ernrn t0 dMpot ,rce of- tij(tr
As we have iut now put
K7 0 0
into ofeiation, s-liali shortly he aide to i N. A.M. H-i!!, See mitts every (.th
display to our customer a jjn-sn-r varie o i cr '1 hut y niht.
bpnn
IS"
and Summer Goods!
than ever before.
We have a
OL!
f A I
civ . k-jll bin
and will do custom v, oik in the
a
at short notice, f'i.r
on
T it I L .
W"e are alo jr j nrrd to
Yarns tor customers, tior.i No. :.';, or
from 8-12 cuts in lots of lUO 5-s. r moT at
25 cts. for white, ami 30 cts. 'or mixed.
March l'J. 1871.
0 E AiigliG,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
South side of J'uolic Square in the Hino
Jlm'hling.
TSi-r.w prepared to do all kinds of woik
J. in his Jim', such s the r-'pairirc ot
! every dseription of Chrotioinett-r, Duplex.
I I.evi-r, VeriTu nod Swiss Watches. All kinds
: of Cloeks and Jewelry, promptly and neat
My repaired and w:.i ranted. Jm. 30.
w Ml II
1 vth J U
'YW'
Hfe l&A? T
i .J- t. ::k.S
"COLCMBIA'S JEWELS."
KKEP on hard a full stork of
WATCH KS. CLOCKS,
JEWELRY, MUSICAL BOXES &C.
May 2!. 1S72
.3g
, COAL OIL AND LA3IPS,
CISTERN AaDWELL PBIPS,
TINWARE AT WHOLESALE.
OLD TIN SHOP CORNER.
TIIOS.J.McGARVEY.
JKWKIJiY. j
VAI U ABLE1 TABLES.'
Strays Talicn TJy.
st. Ktndof Anirruil isjiv2nd CuUtr
Si. Detcrivtion it ft. A je oth. PotUr't
namt'olh. T inu and IHao uf trrett
7A. Valuativn.
tIS' W COCNTT.
Tearliva, red. crcD olf left ear and nn-
der-slopt in right, 2't years old; J S Laten ,
21st (Ii, Dec 6 fco.
Heifer Calf, dark brown with gome
small .p.,ts. no marks or brands, 1 year old;
w.tt. .,.;, M;,oh c-ti
ZZ?;iiSZSXti&
Morse, iron gruv, blind or nearly so, a-
GILES CDtTSTY.
3Vo Mules one, dark iron pray horse,
white spot in lft Hank, small wanin briaat.
jyaiui'd at $47. 50: the other, light Lay marc.
uih-lcol in nur.t siJe cf lace, caused by
apparent wound, vlund at 37.iK) both by
Abner A. Hannah, 13th dis , May 10:
Secret OxcaLoxs 1
MASONIC.
Fyettevi!!e G.uncil No. 25.R. and S.M., G.
B. Bovh-s, T. I. M.: Jno. Y. Gii!.
i comer meet
j month.
i J Monday night in each
Union Chapter No. lB.Hoval Arch Mason.
aTetteville J. S. Vaushn, 11. P.; Geo. B.
Cobles, .Sec. nut-ta 2nd Monday nicht ia
eacn montn.
Jackson IOcLre No. C9, F. and A. M.
i FavetKn,!le, A;0. Dattl. w.M.i o. B
; BoyleR, ec. meets 1st Monday night in
eaclt month.
Petersburg No. 123. W. R. Har.sway, W.
5f; V. E. Siuit i:. tivc. meets 1st Monday
nijrht on or afi-r full moon in each month.
Pleasant Plains No. ;JU5, II. Carpenter,
V. M.: Janif P. Bvers. .Sec. meets Fri-
!dn.r ni-' bfoiveach full moon.
Xt. tJe'iiKji ycmi Creek, .S.U.ilcCoI
h:m. W. M.: V.'.'i'. Fut;:.siii,Sec. meets Fri-
idar niahtt.n oil tforeftiil meanest h month.
j .Sulphur Sprini No. 4 0. trepon, .1. J. Cos- '
tn. - . I,. Parker. S.-c. mcpfs
i Saturday at'JoVluck on or before the fuil
! moon in each month.
Mulberry 401, W. II. Robertson, V.'. M.; W.
i . James N'c meets 1st iuesday ingLt
; on or b.ftre filI1 m00B
v.,.,i;9 .ivi nf.n.:..uW r, rr.n
Sfn., W. M.: Wa A. Gill, jun., Sec mceti.
I v..;
Friday nig!i( before each 4tii Suudav.
ODI)-n;LL(WS.
Fayctteviilt Encampment No. "I, Fay-
otttvihe, M.W.U . o-laiil.t. P.: 1 nlW arren,
sn-nue nut-is 1st and ord V. cdnesdav
.'IT
ia::i(iun i
Ca'.iioun
-ic,o No. 2', James P. Ilili,
W iKidaul, Pec See. meets tv-
j N. G.; M. W.
ery Friday ni:!.t.
Unrein No. ;',o, Lynchhurjr, M. N. Tarks,
J. 'rr '"rr?: hrlU .
UtllUUii, .1. VJ., 'J . I. ' lly'fUl II 11 lil't.
met.-:s r vi-: v otlu-r 'atnrd:r nJilit.
M i! 1 '.'-n-y li.i,,i ..: . St ha -i ia a, S.C.: W. V,'.
Janus, M-c iui l's t -very i.iLt-r Thursdav .
!
nbht.
Siir-pri'-o No. Fiy nt ville, Fli J. Cam-
I oioii, .v 0.: (. I... i km.-', Si iti tary
lu-ots
jCery ilin; s.ny thc:it.
j t'Le-iiii.t ilicp-i- 107. W D Freman. N G;
II lih-dsoe. jr, Si c; in !s every Saturday
iiiipht.
! Lvenirrr Star No. I'll. rii-aba;-.1 n..ins,n
j M. D- at ", N. U.; W". A. I'inkerton, Sec
, nn-ets iT aini .'i s.;tv.;!r v nit'i's.
; Kt lo J72, .1. , I-.-.y lur.N .0.: J.C.Sn:bl!
: tie d.Sec meets tvety olher Saturday sduht
i Uvcria i.cd?c .v o." , tbu'-hteis of he-
1 hecta, I'h-ntvi.lc, V.". IWketf, N.ti.: Mrs. M.
Ii. amijron. W.IJ. Warren. Secy
meet-; is,: .Saturday eacli month at 2 o'clock.
FAT HONS 0:
II. K. hi. Vv.N. i-'.. V.!
insr.A-NDiiv.
ii; '. (')u:i v Dcruty.
Mulherry (in:;', 171
A .H.!-,ees.nia'tei-; ;
A. J. Uhitak'-r, see v: j'idherr.v P"-it ol!:-e
llucke; e,17; I ..).... :,e, ma .iter; IVlix li.
Duehnuaii. st e'v; h'.n cMevil'e.
i .v-'u!j,iii.rSj.rii,L',J7:i 'I. (... I.j!t!e, ma.sier;
11. i . I mill-". ee : r a vettf-vii'e.
Fa veMeville, 2t7 loel I). I'arks. master:
ill. I.. Ihl-ht, see'y; Fayt-t U-i'.h'
Nwan t re-K, 11. Iv. I'ryson, master;
i Y. T. M. li.n ie!, Sect Fa velteviike.
! IVn.n's Hill W W ilsou, master;
, Y Friviii: f-ec'y; Foon's Hill.
Unity 'Ml I -J Short, master;
L L 1
i Clark, see'y: Fayetteviile.
i IV-ieiMhurj; .lucob (ollcsjiie, mastei-
i II 15 'I'sslVy, vc'y; retershurp.
! hoeky IV-1, -!I) MclMlan. mas-
, ter: I. ben Hill, jr, s-.'c'r: Kelso.
j sheliois Creek" John Simmons,nias-
ter; F ' Taylor. ee'y; (Jeore's StorCi
Col 1 V'alt"r :;u7 d (i Askins. master; F
, L Twitty, see'y: Cold Water.
Chestnut Mill (21st di n ietpK .John M
1 Ilomt.master: .Jath'I.'ontt.sef'y: Favettevil!e
j Oak Hill T L iliia'msoii master;
J il l.ea'ila no, ec y; Nonis Creek. I
Macedonia. "".( J'hos (. iill. master: J
1 1 l. nai'il, see v;
White 1 ';ik, ;
a s Moore, master: s
1 T Wo 1! .... I ; .t
I ij mi- ir.. i, ,1 1 , 1,1,11 'Jin,
j Sy I vcsier Grange W. P. Lindsay,
I master: A. S. fyoati. see; .Volmo.
! Flintvi'.Io l.rane ,1. F. F.axter.
ImasK r: YV. G. Knonles, see; Flintille.
I Pleasant Plains liiaop- II. Car-
' penter, master; .1. Maddox, st e; !'.!.uie!io.
Caniarso ira;.(;e (. V. Ilitins,
m.-iler: A. J. I..i.:i!(,!;j!i. see; Caniarjio.
! Willow Crove F. M Kimes, master;
V.. P. ( a-' les, m -; f ; Vet tevi?1-. .
Cc.'.U ! ii!e ir.; li'Je II. II. 1'iiedsoe,
mesU:: J. T. tioodi-ieli, stc; Non-U Creek.
F. V. OF T.
Fayetteville C ... i! N'o. Frank Carter-,
VV. P.; W. II. .MeNeiiey, I.'ee. See
ineit-i every M'jiei '.y i.i-bt i:i liri -ht Hall.
knujuts d-" i: -noi:.
Fayetteviile l.oli:eNo. J S Vaughn,
l.'iflator; J li smitl:. bepoiler.
VVIi.tl ui;ik- 11 ItiJil.
AkTlCl.I'.S. POI.-51'M.
Dried Anules
Bran .-. . 20
Barley 4 43
Beans f.0
Cow Peas. fii.)
White Beans 00
Castor Beans 45
Buckwheat f)6
Stone Coal 80
Shelled Corn A
Corn in the ear 70
Cora Meal f,o
Plastering llair. p
t'nslacked Lime 35
Barlev Malt . 38
Bye Milt 34
hits Z
Onions 57
Dried IVaehes. impeded ?,!)
do do peeled "O
Millet See, 54
Orchard J rav S-ed li
Herd's ijra-s Seed 10
Irih Potatoes , C5
Sweet Potatoes oO
Peas t'.O"
Rye 51
Blue rass Seed 11
Clover Seed ; . . 60
Flax Seed 50
Hemp Seed 41
Timothy Si-d 45
Hungarian Seed 4
Coarse Salt 50
Fir e Salt o.r
Turnips - 53
Wheat '6;
Cotton Seed 33
Teanuts 23
1
DRUGS.
W. C. DIEMEK,
I At tfte Old
. 3DX. O. u9L. 23iomr
AVSilnmi, v&m.
PIKE BRIGS 1D MEDICINE,
WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY,
BLASTING TUSS.
penor
Ccal OIL
PATENT AND FAMILY MEDICINES
a H we" selected stock ol ail booca
usiiijiy kept in a
PURE CONCORD WE
Pure old Corn Whiskey,
Fon Medicinal Purposes.
Prompt attention piven to
Fcriptions.
All sales. CASH ltg
r.ovll w. C. DIEMER
-
GST
M. Pi:ICE-:
HAVING trrcht cf F:ske & Eright
t';iir entire ttock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
will keep con.-tantly on hand.
At tlie Same Ifosise,
H'cit Hide of tie Fvll'tc Square,
a cur fal'y sel-cte! s'o k of pcod-. com
prii::K ev-rv tliim- in his iin-. He
s;..:tre r.o
wiih the
pii.is to supj.
!v hii cn-tumers
Purest. and Frcshert Articles
that can Le had, and tlo;e favoiirjr him
with thwir cu-to:n, may iclv u;.on it that
11 will hj
ELY AS REPRESENTED!
We !"i'r our frr-jd to thosv ner-din- them.
witii un ass urance that our rj'--"s are
S lb O
a. th
same quality can l-? huU.'Lt els:-
r. h.-re.
GIVE US A CALL.
We will deal fa:rly end tre;. our crwtom-
c-rsc-uitpous'y.
m. rnicE.
July ZZ,
UrEhare s'd l our stock of arazi to
Mr. '!. Trice. Uteo' t r'vrd.Tenn.,
anJ we rM o;i.::i n.l him as t c-rthy f the
patii r.Hpp ot our irietiiU and h cinzns
fi'ii ra!:v. I'RAKtl & t'.IUUIIT.
j-i!y 1-'
1!.S.D0UTIIAT
Dek'cr in
AND
I
RE
;8flOB FINDINGS !
Manufacturer of
Boots and Slices
of every deS'Triptinn.
lias on hand an assortment of
work and
Makes to Order
heavy
"a'J kinds of flr.e wo'k, at thi lost Oflle"
Wet tide Square,
Xcxt doort o Dieir.er'd dru-blofe-
April 1S75.
T. J. GliAY & CO.
Com mis ion Merchants,
Dtiilers in lira in and Troihiee,
A.- nt1 for 'h cdibife I
MASSILLCN THRESH; R,
TJLLAHCHA WAGON WORKS,
Eclipse (,'oiton Press and Cotton
(Tins.
A pr il 20 187". n
TO MVOXSTmJEY!
IAM
v 1 : i .
w perina rieft'y iecit'-iJin rarette
and am pr- jared to fl.I all oiders
or wora in my !:n o it o' the bn
1 1
LI j.iuDuiui
nil E-Eta
finished to trder in ti e b - t style and at the
lower rales than can be turnished by any
oth-r d.op in tli? State.
dive nie a trial beir.ro senfling 'roni hotn
for your tomb work. I have a p lei.di i
! quarry of gray ktenn 'or
IJuildin? and Grave-Yard
And cn give i.i'1'.rarti.in b th in price vi t
stv. LKWIS PhACH
: '(), t. .12-
' J3 rriet-s of Job Printing
have been lowered at the Ok
pfuvki: office to suit the times.
Bring in your orders. AYe war
rant satisfaction.
I i i
4 it
A
B M1RELS, stand &c, kept on
hand. All work insured to he
guod. Sp-cial attention paid to makiLK
. 1 1 1 1. 1 1 r 1 .
goo-i vim hj "irrfm. ini'; ami giro US X
call. CHARLFS W EISS & C(l,
Sept.23-ly FayettceiUe, Tenn.
Cask paid Jor good dry Staves.

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