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fOEIHUE QiSEBlEB.
OFi KA'.: AT THE SAME OLD STAND.
. N. O. WALLACE,
nUU.JL'ubHerL
FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE:
Thursday Morning, January 6, 1876
NiKht Dresses for Chil-
Chil-
dren.
A mother writing in the Houfe-
hold says that she made her lit -
tie oue'rt night drcpses of cotton
llannel, with logs to them, so
tbat if begot uncovered he should
not take cold. Observing that he
lust flesh and grew cold towards
morning, the called in a phvsi-
ciin. fine continues:
j.TT. : . . C - . t
lie miiu luat cut ion iiamiti,
was not the material fur children,
for when it gets wet it clinps to
thern and is as cold as ice. lie al-
so denounced the idea of making
h'gs to lb drese.; said thai the
lunbs fhull not separated,
but should come, together. His
flinf.tii.ns wtro to m.iUp :l niht
dre-s of Hume lo;:g enough to
ly on the fljor half a yard, just
Mse a bi bag; run a atrincr in the
bottom of- this, and when the
child goes to bed tie it up. In
this way the les cannot get out,
und th.jre is perfect fried in of
motion. We did so at once, and
it worked liki a chirm. No
more lying awake nights and won
dering what the trouble is. The
little fellow bleeps soundly, an 1
wafces in
the
morning
refreshed
and with a good appetite.
Hard and Soft Water.
In discussing the large death ; We think the sympathy ought to
rate in Boston a correspondent of turn in the opposite direction.
the Herald of that city throws It is the delicate people who es
out this suggestion: Other cities ' c ipe the most fearful disorders.
which appear in worse coudition 'These gigantic structures are al
as regards cleanliness are' much I most always reckless cf health.
healthier. I think two causes are j They say "nothing hurts me," and
operating in Boston which are j so they stand in draughts, and c
mainly responsible for this high
mortality. Mrst and chufly, we
drink too pure a water ons that
does not supply enough mineriliget their ftet wet.
matter to lorra bone. I he re -
nrirt rf ta cnrimnn orjnortl if tlia
. . .
UniteJ btates showed that men
from Massachusetts, removing to
Tnrcr , J.ar.l W!ltu- .li.tn inm
v.to, u uaiu iiik.t uwiun, liuiil IIJC iJ(.lWIV. . yl liUUk Villi UC
a soft water, grew nearly an inch caught if he sees the shadow of the
in stature, after they had reached sportsman on the brook. Those
their growth here. The French ' people whom every body expects
army reports show a much larger to die, live on most tenaciously,
proportion of conscripts rejected! We know of a young lady who
from soft than lrom hard water evidently married a wealthy man
departments, and the researches ol 85 years on the ground that he
of French sanitarians that the ; was very delicate. But the aged
death rate is higher where eolt individual is so careful of his
water prevails. . j health, and the young wife is so
'careless ol her's, that it is now un
When to Cut Timber.
A corresoondent ol the New
Jersey JIerald,s&ys: If oak, hick
ory, or chestnut timber is felled
. .a a
n the eijihtu month. August, in
...
he second running of the
barked, quite a large tree will
He?.fon perfecllv'. tiud t-vt-u tiie
.twig will remain sound for a year;
whereas that cut in winter, and
as vour wrist), will be almost tin-1
. r . .. 11;, i. . 1.. .i '
tlw o ik split into rails will' not and wheat one-fourteenth. From
list more than ten or twelve ' Lis the estimate is male that it
jvars. . Chestnut will l ist lon r, id :rt! profitable for the farmer
but no comparison to that cut iu,tl M unshelled corn in the fall
the eighth month. Hickory cutilt seventy five ceDts than at a
in the eighth month is not sub- j dollar a bushel in the following
i?ct to be worm eaten, and wiil;8UIU,ueri aud lljat wheat at 81,25
last a long time lor
fencing
, !
LcachCd AsIlCS. j
S TT llnnw V V covr
A
in the lanes'. I nave a
. nr
lanre
heap of leachod ashes that have
laid some fifteen or twenty
years. Would it pay to move
them a short distance, and ap
ply to a loamy and gravely soil,
and if so, how much to the acre
and for what crops would they
1)3 most beneficial?
lie ply. These ashes are still
very valuable. They may be
spread in the spring- upon any
crop whatever at the rate of
liftv bushels, or one lanre
warf
on load, per acre. They
specially useful for grass,
ver, corn, oats, potatoes
turnips.
are
Never trust to
one
thing in
1 -inning. A man
ourht to
learn
one thins, at least well; but he
ought to know something about a
j;ood many other things so that
when the one thing fails, there
will be something to fall back up
on. A farmer ought to make a
specialty of corn or cotton, or
wheat, or stock, but then he
should have a little of rye and
hay, and oats, and beans, and a
hit of other little products on
his grounds, so that if the big bo
ntinzi ?o bv default, starvation
20.
hall not "wipe "out him and his ;qurt of graham flour, 1 teaspoon-:
family from the face of the earthjl of soda dissolved in t wo- thirds
letter be "Jack ot all trades
than be good for one only.
iEgg Eating Hens A Cure.
J Having seen the question asked
jhow to cure bens from eatirjg
;eggs, and Laving been put to my
twit's end to devise some means to
6top tbem, I finally, by accident,
I hit upon a plan that I bave never
known to fail. One great trouble
with many breeders is, they make
their hen's netts too large, and
with Bramahs and .Cochins the
nests are near the ground, and in
many cases the eggs are in view
of the hen. This was the case
with my nests. Having tried ev
prv available stuff, such as ten-
peP( mustard, tur entine, and ev
, .nndnnl t,,r .ntin,. nnrl
ery thiiiir I could hear of, but no!
cure; I ttun took a common nail;
! keg, cut in two, or a piece about j
'eight inches high, and placed it
: in the box where the hens laid, j
I then put in an egg; the old j
hen then mounted the nest or
keg and tried to reach the egg,
standing on the edge of the!
Keg, oiu n was uu gu, mJU
Jiii'ii 111 fl-in L-. j f ir
but that1
v. j -" "vo
i was a failure, for bhe did not
-a e
have room to get at the egg; al-j
ter trying for some time she!
gave it up as a bad job. I hae j
; never had an egg eaten by the,
hens since then; all of my nests j
in the coop have a piece of kegj
in the box. and have parts, of
kegs for nests. Do not. make
them too deep, but deep enough, 1
so that the hen cannot reach the,
bottom when standing on the!
edge of the keg. You that are
troubled with hens eating their
eggs, try the plan; it costs but;
little, and 1 think you will nev
er regret the trouble it will, be
to outwit the old hen. Prai
rie Fanner.
Delicate People.
There is constant sympathy ex
pressed by robust people for those
of slight physical constitution,-
I out into the night air to cool ofl,
and eat crabs at midnight and
doff their flannels in April, and!
j But delicate people are shy of
nn.ll T'Kir l..f .11,
j41 1U7,?"U" 1 C
'has been fishing for them for
i twenty Aearsand they keep away!
f v i i! J
certain whether she will inherit
his store-houses or he inherit her
wedding riags.
Health and longevity depends
more, upon carefulaud intelligent
f , .
? " ?" ,ue.T
,ul uril;J!U V") lamsj&BUVfifO
advice to tue o.icnii is appropri
ate to people in all occupation?:
4,Dj thysseli no harm."
Unshelled Com.
firil nsr4 otip Tiltli hv r?rvlnrr
ln cemuer, is equal to j?1,0U in
the succeeding June. In cage ot
potatoes taking those that rot
a'id are otherwise lost together
with the ltinksige, there is little
djutt that between October and
June the loss to the owner who
holds them is not less than thirty
three percent.
Last spring, the St. Paul
Press offered a year's subscrip
tion as a premium to the man
in each county who should
plant the largest number of
trees and cuttings, not less than
one thousand in number, du
ring the season. Twenty-two
couuties out of the sixty-odd
in the State competed for the
premium, making a total of 297,
GG3 trees planted in one year,
Martin county alone planting
42,000.
A breeder of poultry writes:;
T7 - t r . . .. J
x.sviy t,. imS procure a quan -
tity of cedar bou-hs, and teat-
ter them plentifully in and a-; I'rices of Job Printing
round the house. This is all1 have been lowered at the. Ob
that is necessary, as the odor sfkver oflice to suit the times,
of the cedar keeps away lice." Eing in -our orders. "Ve" war-
Tins remedy is cheap, simple. I
and effective, and is well worth
trvino- hv nil w in hnvr hpna tr '
care lor.
G raii ah Soda- ' Biscuit.-I
leauupim ui muiacc?, uii
with milk and water.
DRUGS.
W.C.MEMER,
At Uie Old
Stand of
PURE Ditl'CSiXD MEDICINE,
WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY,
Fine Chewing & Smoking Tobacco,
BLASTING POWDERi FUSE.
SHjeriOr IMlllltillE M Oil.
PATENT AND FAMILY MEDICINES
an(j a well selected stock of all Goods
usually" kept in
nJ!fi STUBE
' nnVwvn VJT1VV
1 U It h jV)Jj)IW Vlli
Pure old Corn Whiskey, .
Fok Medicinal Purposes.
Prompt attention given to Pre
scriptions. All sales, CASH
novll W.C.DIEMER.
M. PHiCSi
HAVING bought of Diake& Bright
their entire stock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
will keep constantly on band,
At tlie Same House,
West Side of the Pullic Square,
a carefully selected stock of goods, com
prising everything in his line. lie will
spare no pains to supply his customers
with, the
iPm.est aml Freshest Articles
that can be had, and those favoring him
with their custom, may rely upon it that
ever' article sold will be
PRECISELY AS REPRESENTED! .
We offer our poods to those needing them,
with an assurance that our prices are
as the same quality can be bought else-
, where
GIVE US A CALL.
We will deal fairly and treat our custom
ers courteously'.
M. PRICE.
. july 22, 3375.
TXri-hnve sold our stock of drum to
V Mr. m. Price, late of I)echrd,Tenn.,
R1,d we recommend him as worthy of the
Peonage of our friends and the citizens
DRAKE fc BRIGHT.
july 22
R. S. DOUTHAT
Dealer in
A IS? 23
FINDINGS !
Manufacturer of
1?Aftifl
es
of every description.
Has on hand an assortment of heavy
work and
3Iakcs to Order "
all kinds of fine work, at the Post Office
West side Square,
Xext doortoDiemer's drug-store
.April 23, 1875.
T. J. GRAY & CO.
Commission Merchants,
Dealers in Grain and Produce,
Agents for the celebrated
MASSILLGN THRESHER,
IPJSS fcSH&l, BASE'S,
TULLAHOMA WAGON WORKS,
Eclipse Cotton Press andCotton
Gins.
April 29, 1875 o
TO MY CONSTITUENTS.
I AM now permanently located in Fayette
ville. and am prepared to fill all order!
for work in my line out of the best
bin tr km Mi
Eauactts, mis aM Heai-Stoses
finished to order in the best stvle and at the
J lower rates than can be furnished by any
otiier snop in the State.
Civc me a trial before sending from heme
for your tomb work. I have a splendid
quarry of gray stone for
Duilding and 'Grave-Yard
Work,
And can give satisfaction both in price and
stvle. . LEWIS TEACH
-Oct. s, isti
'
ft g S S g f, s
H 'I P n P
ran satislactiou.
& h & b & & '&
I $ &
GQQPEBXGl
B tSu L,rSft Z M
good. Special attention paid to making
wLJa'JJ-
sopt.Z3-ly Fayetteville. Tenn.
Cash paid for good dry Staves.
ilia i ii 1 1 ill ii n si a
a i ii i ii i in n il s
SHOE
NASHVILLE.
8. B.8PDELO.CK, W..JJ. HOKE, GEO. J. GOODRICH.
Of Warren Co. Of Limestone, Ala. Of Lincoln Co
SPURLOCK, HOKE & CO.
Cotton Factors,
Xos. and 98 College Street,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
We handle our Cotton
In our own Ware House,
Under our own supervision,
See every bale weighed and
sampled,
Make liberal advances both ol
Money and
BAGGING AND TIES!
j Our expenses being LESS than any house
or
tOMBIXlIIOS OF flOlSES.
in the city, we
C&Y WILL
make it to the interest of those who desire
to sell their
C0TT01T IN OUR MAIOT
to favor us with their shipments.
To my many, many friends in Lincoln
Who hare Held up my Hands
since I commenced business, and to whom
I OWE my present position, I have this to
say
YOUR INTERESTS m MINE
and I ant
DETERMINED TO PRCTECT THE SAME
whenever confided to ine.
Jep.23-tf GEO. J. GOODRICH.
Of Lincoln County, witli
Kes & Hancock,
nr
COTTON
ASH
COXtSMXSSXOIT B-JCnCHAIiTS-
Kashvilkf 2ycn ncssee.
july 8-tf
Stoves and Tinware!
IIo3i::rii & Price,
DEALERS IN
STOVES AND TINWARE,
Xext door to Odd-Fellows' Hall,
2E ready to enpply hi customer3 with
J all kinds of
If
Especially the
OLA
also a large stock of
Iron and Wood Pumps.
STILL WORK doae on short notice.
IIOLMAN & PRICE.
marchll
State
of Tennessee. County
of Lincoln.
K. S. Douthat vs. WT. W. Scott.
iN.this cause it appearing by affidavit that
the defendant W. W. Scott is justly in
debted to the plaintiff, and has removed
himself 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 on him,
and an original attachment issued hr me on
the 20th day of Xovember,1875,having been
levied on his property It is, therefore, or
dered that publication be made in the Fat
etteviu.e Observer, a newsnaDer Published
in the town of Fayetteville. tor four succes
sive weeks, commanding the said W. W.
Scott to appear before me at my office'
on the loth day of januarl.j
!o, ana make oeience to said suit .
against lum, or it will be proceeded with ex
parte, injs 4th day of December, 1875.
dec. 9 o F. P. "FULTON, J. P.
INSOLVENT NOTICE.
TUR5UAXT to an order of the Clerk of
m. the County Court of Lincoln county,!
i vnu., upon me suggestion ot tnu executor
of the estate of
Mrs. Tabitha McEwen, dec,
of th insolvency of said decedent's estate;
notice is hereby given to all persons having
t laim3 against said estate to nrpspnt thom
the Clerk of said Court, authenticated, on or
Jlfore the 20th day of May, 187C,
r jj rui uistriDuuon, or they will be
i uie ver oarrea. 1
nov. 5 P.. p. McMILLEX. Adm'r.
fcS Advertisements are inserted in the or
der jn which they are handed in.
Brown's Column.
A
cefcr
I
fJlO lay in their
FALL AXD WINTER SUPPLIES
F. W. BEOWB
i"AT
has on hand and is receiving daily an ini
luense line of
DHV MODS, ttOTHIi,
EOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
N0TI0NS; QUKMARE, GLASSWARE!
And GROCERIES,
j which ho is determined to sell the neordt
of Lincoln and adjoining counties
For Less Money
1TO SAME GOODS
have been sold since the war.
see our i.ew fall styles in
Come and
Dress Goods, Clothing. Trimmings.
&c, So:., S:c.
If j-ou are not convinced that we can
IIS if II IS WM
to buy of us, will not ask you to buy.
will take rreat pleasure in showing vou
through, whether you wish to buy or not.
Now
REMEMBER THIS HOUSE
WILL BELL ASL01V
, , , , ,
a3 'ne same Roods can be bousht from any
UNITED STATES.
Bring in your bills and see if ire don't du
plicate them. Messrs. J. T. McCaulev, A.
II. Hatcher, W.T. Solomon and Knox Bry-
111 t - - 1 1 . ' . 1 r . . -
son will be glad to see their friends at this i
house. sept. 23, 1873
BUSINESS CARDS.
. S 23-39 2g 'Q&3V.- ' '.
TR. R. R. McKINNEY'S office is'at his
MJ residence. Calls attended to prompt-
v janb-f
k T the request of some of my old friends,
1 am again at my old omce ready to
serve all who may need Dental Derations
Ilaving been engaged in the study and prac
tice of Dentistry for over twenty-five yeara,
I claim to be thoroughly qualified to treat
successlully ana skillfully all diseases of
the mouth and teeth. I don't propose to
do cheap Dentistry I propose to do my
wors morougniy, as i nave always done it,
ana men i am responsible,
dec. 2 A. S. DUVAL.
W. J. IIIGGIXS,
SURGEON DENTIST,
w V practice in Lincoln ana artjoimns
j v v counties. Satisfaction guaranteed both
j in prices and operations of all kinds.
utnee up stairs over Ileymann & Hill's
juweiry snop. aug. 12, 1875.
sJU
T7 OXDERFUL inducements offered to
T thoso wishing work .2 that line.
1st. I propose to do cheaper work.
2nd. I insure every case to be unsur
passed by any of its class, and purpose to
scick stuctly to the tollowmg rates and
challenge opposition in all its forms
Kxtracting teeth, 50 cents each.
Gold filling $1.00 to $2.00
Platina do 50c do 2.00
Tin foil do 50c do 1.00
. Cleaning and polishing teeth, SI to 2.50
Treating chronic inflammation of
mouth and throat 1.00 to $10
Artificial teeth inserted from
1 to 4 teeth $5.00
do do do 3 to 10 ' 10.IK)
A full upper plate 15.00 do 20.00
Owing to material and style of work up-
trand lower sets 30.00 do 35.00
DR. D. SAFFOLD,
aug. 5 Office at the Saffold House.
. C. BRIGHT, M. D.,
ILL practice Medicine and Surgery
v in Fayetteville and vicinity. Office
at Price's Drug Store. july 22, 1875.
E. L. DRAKE, M. D.,
(Office over Trice's Drug Store, West bide
Square,)
OFFERS his professional services to the
citizens of Fayetteville and vjciuitv.
july 22, 1375. -' -
(JAR I!J(iA N"&.(!E()K(!E,
Mtorneiffiai JLaii),
'march 11 Faycttcvillf , 'IViiii.
J. W. Newman.
S. AV. Carmack.
& CARTtlACK,
Attorneys at Law.
Fayrttevilic. Tim.
TT7"1LL practice in the various Courts
v t of Lincoln and adjoining counties. !
and in the Supreme and Federal Courts at
Jsasliville. Oihce near north-east corner I
of the Public Square. jan. 1-1-tf I
JsW. Good win
Vtlornej at Law,
1 1
Fayetteville, Tennessee.
Collections a specialty.
f.bt
WOODS.
. WOOI'AKD.
WOOLS
Woods & Woodard
lliomcfjs at JLaic,
Fayetteville, - - Tennessee.
jan
Dr. Joe Din wid die
AS icturned to Fa
resume his profession
spcctfully offers his professional services to
his old patrons and the public generally.
Office, two doors north of the carriage shop.
aiij20
Fayetteville, Tennessee,
Plans, Klcvations, Details, Per
spective Views, and llstir.iates
furnished on Short Notice
Oflice at his Residence.
march 12
GEO. W. HIGGINS,
Office at his residence near Camargo,
r iLL practice in tho various Courts of t
TT j .incoln nnd adjoining counties, ot)
C. C. -M'KINXET. F. V. Kl I.TOS.
McKinncy Dillon,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Trompt attention given to business. ()f-
' ficc near the south-west corner of Square
sept23 " .
CEO. B
BOY LI
. JBS Ofkicb : South-side of the Square, :
in tho Miller block. , . ocfiO-tf
; J ear the north-wait corner Square,
- FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE.
I o now prepared
now prepared to manufacture
Harness, Saddles. Bridles,
and jVIartinirales in the bust stvle,
'and of tho very best material. Collars.
Jlaincs, and Whins always on han.l
Repairing done with neatness and disnatch. !
.vneapiorcASHORBAr.TEi:oxLT. Jan'Jl-12rn 1
H0LMM&II0LMAH
Attorneys at Law
FA YETTEVI AAZ, T12NX.
PRACTICE in the Courts of Lincoln
county. Cases in Bankruptcy prompt
ly attended to. jan30-tf
Saffold House
South-icest comer of the Square,
Fayetteville, Tennessee,
f ILL accommodate the traveling pub
T f lie and home boarders with the very
best the market affords. Rooms large and
comfortable fare gotten up in the very
best style terms reasonable,
jan. 7-tf MRS. DR. D. SAFFOLD.
Job 3P:rixvizxs
Of every description neatly done at thisOf-
Bce. on reasonable terms. .All work do'iv-
when promised, fry us
Jiediciue and Dentistry ;t:
Aitornevs at aw, MWjMm I
FAYETTEVILLE, TEO.' ; lMmimXW
WILL practice in the various Com ts of ! '? . V- y j vtV
Lincoln , and the adininin" counties. ! iv-'iSf--. 1 --' V-.W vJ:H
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WOOLEN GOODS.
Gko. Ascith.
51. D.
ITOLSTAS.
Hamptos
j. n,
Asquith, Hampton & Holman,
PBOPBIETOB8 0F
MILLS.
at the Railroad Depot,
Fayetteville, - : Tenn.
In Full Operalion !
40.000 lbsTWool Wanted
We pay 50 cents per Pound,
in goods at the Factory, for the nicest
clean-picked Wool.
RETURNING our thanks to our patrons
of the past, and soliciting the patron
age in the future, we respectfully invite the
public generally to come and see us and ex
amine our
stock m mm$t
consisting of
J eans, in various colors and patterns
Cassiraeres, " "
Flannels,
Linseys,
Blankets,
U nl moral Skirt?,
Ladies' bre'kf t.sbawl
Gent's shawls, &c.
AND STOCKING YARNS
different sizes and colors. We will also
keep on hand
WOOLEN YARNS,
Nos. 5tX, GOO and 700, at moderate prices,
to suit any fanners desiring to make their
own "roods.
We are willing to exchange any of our
fabrics at cash prices for
Wool cr any hU of Country Proilnce.
Wc receive Wool in any condition, al
ways deducting for grease, burrs and damp
ness, thereby placing it on. the basis of
clean, tub-wahed wool. We pay freight
on wool and charge to customers, bat re
ceive at and ictnrn to depot free of charge.
As we have just now put
I
IVldlll
into 0 eration, we shall shortly be able to
display to our customers a greater variety of
Spring and Summer Goods
than ever before.
We have a -
mm
ILL CARD
and will do custom work in the
S5 5:ST STYLE
at short nolicc, for
AS52 OR TOLL.
We arc also prepared to )
Yams f;r customi-rs, from Nos. 5(jj-700, or I
from S-i'J cuts in lots of 100 lbs. ;r more at
L'5 rts. for white, and CO cts. tor mixed.
Min-h 111, l.STt.
Watclimaker and Jeweler.
Smdh side of ruhh'f Square in the Jliiics
Jluildiiiy.
IS now prepared to do all kind-; of work
in hi.'. line, such as the repairing of
every description of Chronome'e., Duplex,
Lever, Ver?e and Swiss Watches. All kinds
o." Clocks and J'-welry, promptly and neat
ly repaired and warranted. Jan. .'JU.
COLI JICIA-S JEWEIS."
iiillj
KEEP on hand a full stock of
WATCHES, CLOCKS,
JEWELRY, MUSICAL BOXES &C.
May 23. 1872.
.Wuhr,,. .
COAL OIL AND LAMPS,
CISTERN AXD WELL POPS,
TINWARE ATWHBLESALE.
OLD TIN SHOP CORNER.
THOS. J. MtG AKVEY.
M.-L!
JEWEMiY.
yettevillfl, and will '(V?5 tlSlj
; and lu-rehy re- '. V. ,H . . tC V V I
mmmm
I y'X t'-Hr- '-V 5
W m I Mt lit t mmm a mm i i , I
Prtu SW Wi H Ufa A V m
VALUABLE TABLES
Strays HTnlsLorx TTp.
1st -ftj nd of Animal L given 2nd. Color
Zd. Detcriptim 4A. Aj' 6,'A. ronter'i
namt 6th. T ime aiul Place of irrest
1th. Valuation.
I.IXCOLN COUSTT.
Yearling, red, crop off left ear tA nn-der-slope
in right, 2 years old; J S La ten.
21st dip, Dec 6 3.
Heifer Calf, light roan, no ear niark or
brands, about 1 yar; by Sandy Henderson
22nd dis, Dec 10 81.50.
Two Cattle on a dark red heifer, with
white in the face, crop and under-bit in right
ear snd under-bit jn left, 3 years cld,Valued
at $0 the other a roan heifer, no ear marks
or brands, about 1 year old, valued at $1X0;
both by A B Ezell, 22nd dis, Dec 10.
MOOKE COCNTT.
Horse, brown, 15 hands high, with some
saddle marks, scar on left arm, about 9 years
old; A Q Nicks, on J A Pross;r's premises,
8th dis., West Mulberry Creek, Oct KJ $30
Horse, iron gray, blind or nearly so, a
bout 142 hands, about C years; Thos lvey,
2nd dis, Oct 23 not valued.
BEDFORD COUSTT.
Jlfarc, black, left eye out, or very nearly
out, somesaddle marks, star in the fce,snip
on tho nose, in poor condition. 14'.,' hands,
12 years; J II Barber. Cth dis, Nov "lo $3J
Socrot Orders.
MASONIC.
Fare! feville Council No. 25,I. and S.M., ('
B. Boyles, T. I. A!,: Jim. V. cm, l;e
corder meet 3rd Momlaj' nij,l:t in each
nionlli.
Union Chapter No. l,,l?oyal Arch Masons,
Fayetteville J. S. Vaughn, II. I'.; Oeo. 1.
Boyles, Sec. meets 2nd "Monday night iti
each month.
Jackson Lodge No. CS, F. and A. M.,
Fayetteville, A. O. l'.ntti.', W. M.; (;. 15.
Boyles, Sec. meets 1st .Monday night in
each month.
Petersburg No. 123, W. K. Hanaway, W.
M; W. E. Smith, Sec. meets 1st Monday
night on or after full moon in each month.
Pleasant Plains No. 303, II. Carpenter,
Y. 31.; James F. Byer. Sec. meets Fri
dav night be Hue each full moon.
Mt. llebron 344, Norris Creek, S.C.McCol
lum, W.3I.; W.T. Furgason.See. meets Fri
day night on or before full moon each month.
Sulphur Spring No. 4H!( Oregon. J. J. Cos
ton, V. 31.; V. L. Parker, ec. meets
Saturday at 2 o'clock on or In lore the full
miMtu in each month.
3Iu!berry 4UI, W. II. I.'obertson, W. 31.;
V. James, Sec meets 1st Tuesday night
on or before fill I moon.
Macedonia 4.V., near (ioslien, V.'m. A. (.ill.
sen., W. M.; Win. A. (Jill, jun., See met ts
Friiiay night before each 4lh Sunday.
oii;-i-i;li.ows.
Fayetteville Kncampment No. 3!.' Fay
etteville, 3I.W.Woodard,C. P.; FrilzWarre'ii.
Seiihe meets 1st ami 3rd Wednesday
nights in each mouth.
Calhoun .Lodge No. 2', Janu s II. Hill.
N. ti.: 31. W. oodard,I!ec Sec. meets ev
ery Friday night.
Lincoln No. ;"0, Lynchburg, 31. N. Parks,
N. 31 L. McDowell, Hee. See meets 1st,
3rd and .rih Sat unlay nights.
Unity No. S4, Petersburg, Kb. Crawford,
N. (; A.M. Hall, Sec meets eery oili
er Thursday ni'ht.
ak Hill No. l'.it. No: ris Creek, T. L. -Wil-liamson,
N. Ii.; J. T. (iHdri'li. lire. Sec
meets every other Saturday night.
3Iulberry 1 l,s,.l .( '.Sebas'ti;ui,N. t W. W.
James, Sec meets every other Thursday
night.
Surprise No. 1.".3. I'lvntviKe. L!i J. C..11
bion, N. ('. C. l ieice, Secretary meets
every Thursday night.
Che-tnut Kid'ge 1"7, W B I'rudimn, O;
II Iliedsoe, jr, Sec; meets every Saturday
nig'nt.
Lvt ni:ig Star No. li, Pleasant Plains.. I
A. L; -athenvood, N. J. Franklin Smith,
Sec. meets ist and .'VI Saturday tdiihN.
Kelx 172, J. A.Taylor.N.t;.: J.f.Stnlil.le
lield.See meets every other Satiiitia iiilit
Livonia Lodge No. , Daughters of i,V
b'eeca, Flyntviile, W. Beckett, N.O.; .Mrs. 31.
II. Cambroii, V. O ; W. I'. Warren. See'y
meets i f Saturday each month at 2 n'cU k.
Sereno. No. pt., (u-oi-re's Si'.ie. .1. D.
1 Hunter, N. J. P. Liley, Sec. meets evc
j ry Sa turday i:i;.hl.
I'atijons ;r iirsn.xi:;v.
II. I. I'.iiyson, Favrlt, ville. I'minty lli-piitv.
Jlnlbrrv (Iraii-f. 1 T I W.H.I.Vrs.inrs'vi;
i A. J. Whitaker, sci 'v: Mulberry i ollirc.
I'.urkeye, 17;5 C.A. Mi-I u iu-J, n.isl. r; Jo
tl I. I'.-irks, s-c'y; Fayellf tiil.
SulpliurSprii'vr. I"1' T. ('. Little, iii;i-t.-i;
II. T. t hild-, sec'v: l a yettevi!!,'.
Swan Creek, '.Vi il. K. I:isin. nia!ev;
V. McDaniel, S. i-.t Kayett'evilh-e.
Ilium's lliil W W WiNnn, nialer;
W Krwin: t-et'v; Fxn's Hill.
Unity .'Ml Short, master; L L
Cl.uk, sei'v: Fayetteville.
l'etei.'iir;r laeoh (Jillesitie, m.-'j-ter
II I. Taller, sec'y; lVtersb.u.
Iloeky I'oint .1 1) M. rlellan, mas-
ter: I-.ben Hill, jr. sec'y; K N.
Slielton's Creek .Inlui SiiiiriiMii.tna4
ter: F I' Ta. lr. ecc'y: (ieoie's .Stou.
Cold Water "07 I t; .,Uis. mazier; I
LTuill v, vi-'v: Cold Water.
Ciielnut Hill (1'lst di;M'et).1tN;'l,n -l
tooiitt, master; dasl.'l.'onf t,ee'y: F.iveiievi!l.
Mai eilonia, .MO Tho ). iill, i'nalei : J
C Lenard, sec' ; Coheu.
White ak, ...I A S Moore,
L Walker, cit; I incoln.
master; S
Sylvester (irai pe W. V. Lindar,
rur.vi.T ; A. S. Sli an. see; Mniino.
I'e;;sant I'lains ira it. Jj. i':lr.
puiler, li. aster; .1. Mail.!u, see: III.' tu be.
Canuii'i (Jraii'e - il. W. Hiins,
master: A.J. I.'i'iidolji'i. n-; Camargo.
Willow (.'rove F. M. Kimes, lua-ter;
E. I. Castles, see; Fa yHieville.
Ccnteri!Ie (iraii"!'. II. II. Illcd-oe,
master; J. T. ('oodi i. h. fe; Nonis Creek.
U. F. (F
Fayetteville Coun il X
T.
Frank Car
l.'ee. Se (
ter, W. P.: W. II. MeNel'ey,
meets every Tuesday niht in K.of II. Hal!.
KNKMITS HV H(.(i:.
Fa vtteville Lode No. J S Vai
Dictator; J 15 Siuitli, Uejxirlt r.
vim.
What luakt". a Uu.iiel-
articles. rorxr.s.
Dried Apples
Bran 2')
. Barky 4--J
Bean (j
Cow Peas Co
White Beans tjo
Catur Beans AT,
Buckwheat Slj-'
Stone Coal
Shelled Corn 5i '
Corn in the ear ?()
Corn Meal 5
Plastering Hair 8
Un-dacke.1 Lime
Barley Malt r,
Rye Malt Z I
f'a?: :i-
(ii:i,;i r.7
Diieil Peaches, unp-k'd .'!:
do do pj.leci
Millet Seed.. rt4
Orchard (J ran? S.-r.l li
Herd's G'ras.s Seed Jr.
Irish I'oUUx'S
Sweet Potatoes ?)
Peas. t;;
JJye ' SI
Blue Grass Seed It
Clover Seed tv
Flax Sed Tj;
Hemp Seed 4t
Timothy Seed 4.
Hungarian Seed 44
Coarse Salt U
Fire Salt ..r."
Turnips 5;
Wheat -. . . . fi.
Cotton Seed
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