it, It h at 1 llK S V M E OLD tfTANli.
N. O. WALLACE,.
IMitoi- ujkI Publisher.
Thnrsiay 5IiramjrtJiQnary 13tlS78ural home of the honeJ bee, for
i, j ,1 ;, i jit is here they flourish, having-
A i elbrt ia now being made in
tho West to Recurc uniform munio
.. 0 ... nature s choicest swet-ts, after
proper treatment of tramps. Tholard the Bummer with its re-
evil has grown to such a magni-!fi:eEhinff ancJ J00 Prodll
.. . A .i . .. antra srreat flow ot honey, af
fude h11 over the country that the ltervh-1 we have thc beautiful
icswnolthe State and town au-ialrtumn with its golden lined
tlioriticB can nhne grapple with it. leaves and heavily laden flow
As far ns the private citizen isjers of delicious nectar. In
..nr.H.rr,,! i,Wn lnmcpif ! fact, wc have e m'T thing- in the
t'-vU.U has ool, to .ockirTLCi!!
Li doors and procure a large uog OU8. All that is required is to Fay etteville District Ten
wl)o undcMaiiuV bow to insert i post ourselves in .bee culture,! nesses Conference
h's teeih where they will do the and go into it . extensively aaj w
muft good. S ill there are many I1!10 country is so rich in sacclm-j second Round of Quarterly Meet
.. .. , j ,-, 'lino matter. There is enough! insr8.
chantable KrnSwhodlShke )wagtc(1 annualv foi. W01t Jf i
orurto the hitter alternative, proper care am attention, that! Winchester Btation, Jan. 15, 1G.
and hjitate to turn nwnyfrcm an would suffice to pay our debts' Salem mission, Mt. . Hermon',
:ipp-?nl lor cbaiiiy for lear they 'and put thousands of dollars Jan. 22, 23. .
inht refuse aid to a deserving in 0Ur pockets. Valleys, hills. I Mulberry circuit, rrovidencc,
lbe army ot tramps is
I Iwirnlitrn An f tta InpraflD fltu TF1P
-i . I
,MUl'UiV u" v.,,
ill and worthlt F? resort to this very door?, and all thai i to be
means of living ia preference to done to secure it, i to work
Jionrstrmploymcnt. Some means the busy bee. Here is ;m cn
u needed cf discriminating bc. terpiisc, the poor as well as the
, . . . . , rich may engage in, as it does
tween thc deserving o! ject of char- nnf tflk. to sf!lr, .:,
uy ana ttie impuoeni ana vicious
tramp. On this suhj-ct an r.v
"Vli:U is needed i. to et tramps
nt work, duubt, there i oc-
rasioually an hont tud indua-
hecau,. he cinnct find work. It
woul 1 ba bard to refuse such a
mm the temporary reli f which
lie .surely need., but indiscrimi
nate private charity encourages a
Mjore of idle vagrants where it re-
L.ii'iij isno rool riciif nnfri.rJnrT
III. V.... ...... Kfi ivj..-i .l...
The honest tramp will gladly pat
1 r t od and lolging by work, and
the 1 izy tramp, who discovers
ihat he ;n rvt linger live m
eh.nrity, will had the ehart i ef
his profession gone. Let us hav-,
in -vrv town, h relief committee
cf the town (fticialj, who v-ill
lurt no tnan away hungry, hut
who will require tramps to work
cit the full value of what tht-y re
eeire. In this way the tramp
nuts itiLC tiil uc ri'Muny ciij'jiDi-
. househ )ldt-rs cm be skived
' , ,
Irom annoyance and danger, u hue
J O '
no injustice will le done to the
leservmg poor, i he cx
Iris been tried in nianv isolated
towns, and has been entirely sue-
ce3fal. The uniform action of
ever, 18 needed belore ttie trimp
. . i .
nuisance can be finally and ellect
u illy suppressed.
t-T5 ...1. I, .
Ln9 MT V I f 11 I inn PI I I IL1C
thrtthsve been elected in iNew
Yrk. Uwton. rhilalelphia rtnd
other intern cries, wm Hgree
j It is a book worthy ol its name.
m inymagnifieenthurchts,costing a,Jt ,houhl have a place in eve
handreds of thousands of doll us, ry library. It will teach you
tint churches costing over a spe- ceof wit li bees lor it is an incv
cifui iiulfrate t-urn should be itable fact, lhat you cannot
taced up m tho excess of that a- 'properly manage without a
mjunt, according to whatever fair knowledge of the science and
, '. . . j i plivsiology ol the honeybee.
imd legitimate standard may be a- L e- ... , . ' ., . ,.
aiu ircmmui. . JJut as you will begin to think
dopted. President Grant recom- j .;m fitting myself up as
"mends, in his ietsage, the taxa- a teacher, I will drop the stib
tionof all church property, but ject, and if you are disposed to
h5 does not s ;y
taxtt'on of Government bonds,
a' though recommending the issu
ance of a new series to take up
Tr Last Friday the fullow-iniey for United States Sena
iptroOicerB ot Keho Lodge No J tor. Thc Journal is unnecee
172 I.OO.L for the current ; ly modest in restricting - its
term were "installed in. due'
John V. Carter, N. G.
Joseph C. Stubblefidld, V. G.
Levi Erflick, Sec.
Joseph D. MoClellan, Treas.
Geo W. Moyers, Warden.
Dr. B C. Newman, Conductor.
J. T. Gray, R. S. N. G.
N. M. Jenkins, L. S. N. G.
John It Strong, I. G,
A. J. Warren, O. G.
Pleasant Snoddy, It. S. V. G.
J. G. George, L S. V.G.
M. L Dickey, R. S. S. .
Smith Riyt L. S. S.
Meets every other Saturday
r-Tne ast Winchester
Home Journal contains thc fol-j
1 owing announcement
At thfl reltence of Pr. C. P. McGimsey,
. mt nVlnelr. 1. M.. the 4th'
t i.r Kev.'s. ).Wood, Capt. H. c. Uc!ter of Dr. M. II. Bonner, for-
'BQOM,.MU, ANN-A SVOOD lUMBr.j nf
tS" If VO'i wish anything in Trevaniou B.. Dallas wero mar
thc Liverv line, give McLaugh- ried in the Christian Church,
lin a call" lie is ready to fill Xashville, by Elder P. S. Fall,
dentin a satisfactory manner.
: Tor tho Taycttevillc Observer.
I'tV-Tr T... rp T..
Mr. Ar. 0. Wallace, layette
villc, Jbiu.--" Dear Sir Per
mit me to ask yon to publish
the following in your valuable
Here in the South is the nat-
no.lear tflat a cola winter will
Idecimat their number. They
(have tlfc early spring with chor-
irv blossoms richlv laden with
. . .4, , tI
"ifc iini'f nun iiuiivj . ilia
.11 1 -.
li untold weaitn waiting
All that is necessary is a few
stands of bees to start with
with the rich.
As the bees pass:
to and fro, li
te ns the air we.
'he, get tin-their hon.y and-
?tori"g K aw:,v h v man what
Jn'a "i1111? 19 1,kVht;.
bee' It alone woik lor man
and supports itself. Vet. how
little thev are thought of, and
how inrinv there a if wh iIl-siisi'
them on account of their little
. 11" 1 11 lili
wncu iioateo hum ana nanuieu,
...1 4 ........... 1
with care, are a harmless as!
flies. I would like to sav more, :
but .rK linn, will i;t jil'nw. I :
will close this time.
what l liae s-ii t i
upon theory alone.
experience ot m in v
made il a success een
fs ma i we
would not have H
this our sunnv tli
luuir, a uiim n.! tu lutuc nuii
, i i t i
. 1 . ,. .,
to pay, i rangier ineni
1 , , ..
111. i,-. i.i li f.il-illi Imw. Iii'i
HlJ 1 . tlJ - V'V.i.' III 1 V
. aI have already said, post vour-iaboI'';c "u,nt
xpenraent , ... -t l - , tl br.it. v. l'.erc
v ;aMlit,..-l Pelves Will llUt COst VOU but 1)ias our ,-utire ei
1 . . t x-,m, . 1..V- ili.it
, . . . .
v" . o
try, how- t!.1L' xiericiicc of e
. .mn'nans. who have pei
uu ii I'll l itpia-
txi. nt !...n ,tr io
1 iliK1. tltiu iiaiv r ;.itL linn
' . . . 1 . . .. .
niTinmv til- nt-uj 11, rill t I . ! I T r.
amon the hives, th
)iace. 1 Call lUintsU in.' lt(!
1 T i' I 1 !".!
Kitpers' Text Bouk by mail, pa
per bound, 4U cts; niUblin, 75.
t. . , . -, .,' . ..... .
. , , i- .
bow to manage succes.tiiiy, n
you follow its advice.
post yourselves m
ani,uUui., if you wojH
you wo.il 1 hiic-
criticise, win uc Liiaa to near
J. M. Gunx.
2T' The Winchester
Journal nominates Hon.
claim to a Senator. Iranklin
county now lias a Chancellor
and a Supreme J udge it will,
wc hope, have the Governor, if
Judge Marks lives; and, with
this slim showing, it does seem
that other, nominations
be in order.
23r "The Nuksery" is the ti
tle of one of the neatest and hand
somest monthlies for children
that we have seen. It is beauti
fully illustrated and filled with
stories and poem? calculated to
please and interest them. It is
printed on large type so that they
can retid it easily, it is published
by John L. Shorey, Boston, Mass ,
at $1 GO a year.
JGS-Miss Ida I3onner, daugh-
Thursday, 0th in.t.
Real Estate Transfers.
The following transfers of real
estate have eeh acknowledge.!
since ourlat, in the Cottnty Court
Clerks c&ce:. . ' -;
J. W.Franklin to KG. Ward,
EO acres in 4th dis, $300.
.Francis C. Ziaffier'n to A.
W. Zimmerman, interest in 9Q
acres in 13th dif, f428.
Nancy C. Ziraraerinan to A.
"V. Zimmerman, interest in 290
acres in 13th dis, S-128.
M. M. Storv and wife to Ala
fair Gill, 17? acres in 16th; dis,
Thos. B. George to Richard
Routt, interest in 50 acres in
3rd dis, 1,500.
John Rogers and wife to AY.
W. Rogers, 1G0 acres in 19th
W.A. Millard, sheriff, to E.
I . Salmon, 90 acres in Moore
' , . . ; . .
,i imcmu a. ItVllio (JllClill, -lt;iJO.
Feb. 5, 6.
Lewisburg circuit, Centre, Feb.
Petersburg ct., Feb. 19, 20.
Cornersville station, Feb. 26, 27.
Farmington Mission, Yernon,
JNlarcli -i, o.
jKich Valley circuit, Moore's
; Chsipel, March, 11, 12..
Fayettevillestation,March2f, 26iof ;
J. U. Allison. P.-E.
It " d to heur that u
.?'la. "J ?,e2 D"
i'ccu aiirBicu lur ItiUUHip me
mails. Tlie corruption that pre
vail anii.n,: liadical brother-in-
laws seems to be no
r ces color, or previous condition
;VW1 1110 omce noiuers;
lJuull,c a":, ior urant among
i',e worldly, and with Cardinal
Gil ILtven laboring for him with
tl.e righteous, the third-ierm bus-
l)Ul )n UlU;i,ess ought to be workcd.upjwith-
v win 1nv(.!oal:ilUcli:,u"'-
. UJ ll.tt - i
l roni tlu Toledo lilade.
I ' .Success is iii-ver achieved .niihout mer-
j it. A man may make a poor article and sell
in the L'r.itcd btates. the sale to each
would be enough to make quite a lespec'.a
ble fortune, liiu.an artiilithit holds the
lifltl V.ir JlTtfT X'OTtr Mllii ill: K:ll4 fit irlllll
iin. - rcafe rc-gul i.lv an i rapidlv, iuu.-.t have
erce o; hunaio, i ., occu
pies our riitire eienth pace to-dav with Ins
r.'n.ii ari;,.i,... w .. ., , i ; i ; i...in.a
know tilu 1llctor :mii know of his arlicies.
We know him to be a regularly educated
ptiys ctan, wUosu diplonn liangs on the wads
lol tils olncu. ami u kuoiv lie Ii:L- km;ii?1:lI .d
with him several ot .to.- iuo.t eminent prac
fit., in... c in 11, a
We know that
patties consult lam, by mail a id in person,
i'roiu all the Slates in ihe Union every day.
and tliat they arc Lilly and honestly dealt
This grand ltsult has been accomplished
by two agencies pood, reliable articles
articles wliioh, once introduced, work their
own way and splendid business manage-
iu.nt. i uey have succctxled because ibey j
ougltt to Lave Kiicceeued.7
If you would patronize Medicines, Bcicn
tiflcaiiy prepare 1 by a skilled Toysician
and Cbeiuist, u.' Dr. Piirc.-'s Latuily Medi
cines, trill ion Meuioal biscovery is nutri
tious, tonic, alterative, and blood-cleansing,
and an unequalled Coiigb lluuedy ; Pleasant
Purgative Pellets, scitrijdy larger than mus
tard seeds, constitute an agreeable and reli
able physic; Favorite Prescription, a reme
dy for debilitated teiu .lcs ; extract Smart
Weed, a magical remedy for Pain, Bowel
Compilings, aud an unequalled Linimeut lor
both human an 1 borsy-tlesh ; whiie liis Dr.
rge s uatarrn Kcm.-uy is k.,o n tlie world
ovtsr as th.- greatest specific for Catarrh and
They are sold by druggist.--.
20 YEARS A SUFFEIiER CURED
BY TILE GOLDEN' MED1VAL
Dr. R. V. Pierck :
Dear Sir Twenty jeirs ago I was
shipwrecked on thu Athmic Ocean, and the
cold and exposure caused a large absoe.-s to
form on each leg, which kept continually
dUchargitig. I was attended by doctors in
Liverpool, Havre, New Orleans, New York,
and at the hospital oa Siaten Island (where
the doctors w anted to take one leg oU.)
Finally, after spending hundreds ot dollars,
I was persuaded to try yjur "(iolden Medi
cal Discovery," and how, in less than three
months after taking th" Urst battle, I- am
thankful to say I am completely cured, and
for the first lime in ten years can put my
left heel to the ground. I am at home near
ly every even ng and shall be glad to satisfy
any person of the truth of this information.
I am sir, yours respecfully,
87 Jefferson Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
J. L. Bryant. II. B. Morgan.
L Li BRYANT & C0i,
KEErS a full line of goods in all the
different branches of trade, viz: All
jrrades of fancy and staple Dry Goods,
Made Clothing, Boots, Shoes anil Hats.
We also keep the best of Coffee, Sugar and
other groceries. Iron, Xails, Horso and
Mulo Shoes. Castings, Cook Stoves, Tin
ware, &c, all of which we will sell
. Cheap as the Cheapest I
We want all the
Bring us your Wheat, Corn. Feathers,
Ilas, Beeswax, Ginseng, Drid Fruit, Eggs,
and any thing else that will sell, and get
the market price for it in cheap goods or
! groceries. 1 hanktul for past favors.
' pM J. L. bit VAST A- CO.
OPPER tbsir entire stock cf Coi to
the public it tie very lowest price
. Tie; L&tc a. crlttlii took cf
A large stock of
Any book not on hand will be furniahetl
All petsons indebted to D. C. Hall, either
by note or account, will confer on bira a fa
vor by coming forward and aettlitg. Come
one, come all. I need all the money due
me. . jan. C o
5 Cents Reward.
Ku. cway ironi me on me iun uu.,
.Toll a Keen, about 15 reara of ape.
r .,. m . w-,i a r t :..
delivery to rae, and no thanks, near Cjrus
ton, Lincoln county, TcnnfcRKee.
Jan.63t o GEORGE STEWART.
f I HE firm of Cooley, Bradahaw a Tnrley
X expired by limitation December 25ih,
1875. All persons indebted to the firm for
lumber or work are notified to come forward
and settle, nrd all having c!ajms against
the same to recent them.
COOLEY.ERAnsIlAW t TUltLEY .
STAPLE AND FANCY"
f I IIE subscriber 5k now receiving, at thi
stand formerly cccupi' d by l'-ri.;l t &
Co.. west side of thc Square, an assortment
Canued Fruit, Civstors, Candios, a tits, Coil
Oil, Tobacco, Cip;:!rs, etc. Will, al ;o, hav?
Vegetables in their s: ason.
Bv a prompt attention to business, keen-
i'ng good article?, which will le sold as
. . . , , ,
Tenus, Cash or Darter.
jan. t), 187C. o
fare the 1 P.,t the world pto luce,. 1.
i planted by a niiil.on people in Ani'-rs
! the result is. beautiful P'lowera and
Flower and Vegetable Seeds
Diantea ov a niiii.on tteoDie in Ani'-rsca. ar.u :
j the result is. beautiful Flowers and splcn-';
did v egetabb'R. A I need Cataloprue eent !
free to all who
enclose ihe jo-tige a 2
Flower and Vegetable Garden
is the most beautiful work of the kind in
the world. It contains nearly ICQ pages,
hundreds of illustrations, and fuirr Vhro-
mo Plates of Flowers, beautifully drawn j
and colored from nature. PiioeSo cts., in!
paper covers; 65 cu. bound in e'egant cloth. 1
TICK'S FLORAL GUIDE j
This is a beautiful Quarterly Journal,
finely illnstated, and containing an elepant
colored Fronti.-pieci' with the first number
for 1876 iust issued. Address
JA.TIES VICK, Rochester, ."V. Y.
jan. 6, 1876 o
A Penny Sayed is a Pensy Earned.
WE will send the Observer, - usual
price S2.C and the Louisville
COUKIER - JOURNAL
usual price $2.00, postage prepaid on both
papers, for one year, 'or $3.2o.
The Weckly-Couiier Journal is the great
NATIONAL FAMILY XEWSPAPEK.
Send us $3.25 and got both papers.
TJE HAVE hoard the question asked,
Why Doors, Sash and other ma
j cllinc work tIU,,t be manuftured as cheap
j h(!re as tn ywbcre in Uie State? We can an-
Pay Money as you do
and wo will show you that we will nut up
AND ALL KINDS PLANING
AS IT CAN BE DONE AT ANY SHOP !
All wanting anything in our line, might make
it pay them to
Call and sec Us
before buying elsewhere. DoWt ask fen
time, for we can't give any. Mills near
bear the depot, I'ayetteville.
jan6 W. E.TURLEY.
MISS M. M. CHAFIN
JS prepared to make
Gentlemen's or CMreii's ClolMng '
n the best manner, and as cheap as any
reasonable person could ask.
Work always done when Promised.
Orders respectfully solicited.
made in the latest style.
B. J. Charm's.
Residence at Mr.
nor. 25. 1875.
Baf Persons purchasing articles adver
tised in these columns, will please mention
that they saw the advertisement in thc Fay-
ft & &8
For Magistrates and Constable I, jujt printed
and for sale at this OSV-e.
ISA IV KING.
yT 3tC7T T?
C. BUcGUIRE,- Wll; BONNER. Jh.
JAB. G. WOODS. W. N. WRIGHT.
JNO. C. G00DP.ICII. PHIL. T.MUKRAT.
JA8. D. TILLMAN.
; R. S. W0CDARD, Cashier. -
" J. R. PEENEY, A?st: Caah'er.
J. G. ViOOVi, President.
"Wk. EoyyEB, Jr., Vice-President." 'j
FAYETTE VILLE, TEXJT.
Does a General BunKing Business.
T. O. Baolet, J. W. Hoik as,
J. L. Brtamt, D. W. Clark,
D. W. Holmas.
M. D. HAMPTON, Cashier.
julyl7 P. W. HOLiLiN, Prca't.
a day at hotna. a genu wnote-t. Outfit ant
term iree. f RLfc &. tJ., Augusts, Maic,
mii A tVmK GCAK AJfTEED to Afrnt? M!. :
( O I j
i r " "
an't truil. in tuelr locality. Term ;
hi OL'Tt'Xf FRKE. Addroi3 V. O. VltK-
trtV .t CO.. Auuita. Me
4,-L TIOU. Sor.l tbarmiOK. Mei-mcrlsm, and Mai.
riage Oaide, (tuwlng bow eitntr tes tuay faci
nat and gain the love and affection of any per-1
tnn tbv cboove fhtntlv. 400 r,'. Bv aail j
Wets. Aunt Co. lSOS.'Tth St., J-hila.
6C 5 0(1 per .la v attioine
vj J lj6U GEO. fcTI.V30S 4. CO
A GEMTS. the greatest chain ot the aire Ad -11
ilresi. with stamp, National topvinp (.o.. At - j
aijta, Ua " tieo. J-liv j
PTjST C til tlflPr al' HsIhm honor-
tl)j lUilUitble aim luciaiivp. Aent!
wanted. Addre .Marion Sojuily Co., Marion, O. j
aoVe rtTsin cTn '
A irri cultural i
SENP F1K OCK CATALOGrK
OX THE LISTjPLAX.
For information. aiMre
GEO. P. BOWELL & CO., 41 Park Ecw,
SEND KOI? OUR CATALOGUE
OS THE LIST PL AN
For inlormatioti, a.lilre
GSO. P. HOWELL & Co., 41 Park Sew.
IS t'HEAP AS AiWIiODV!
Can do 'it or Will-
AND I AM ALWAYS SOBER;
es5s mxmm & aos.
G. F. EXGLEMAX.
att. 2o, 1875.
OLD TIN SHOP CORNER.
OWING to the scarcity of money, I am
offering my on'.ire.
STOCK OF GOODS
at a very small pr cent above COST,
stock is new and of
bought in New York and Boston from
class houses. Consisting of
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
Clothing for Men and Boys,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HAEDWAEE, QUEENSWAEE, it
A fine lot of handmade Shoes and Boots
just received, a large btock of '
Ladies5 Dress Goods,
A H D
at New York cost. Call ani price, my
Goods before vou buy, for I am determined
to sell. " J. E. CALDWELL,
dec. 2, 1875
INSOLVENT NO 1 IUE.
T3URSUANT to an order of the Clerk of
I the County Court of Lincoln county,
Tenn., upon toe suggestion ot ine aiminis
trator of the estate of
James. II. Gray, deceased,
of the insolvency oi saia aeceaeni s esia.e, .
notice is hereby given to an persons navtng
claims against said estate to present thni (
to the Clerk of said County, authenticated,
V,nV. tho let riav nf .Tiiiia I
T Ta T i I
JL 11 1 W 1
im iff iSi ' I PRINTED WITH NEATNES
D.'C. HALL, - nd lispatch, at the OBnEP.VER OF
decO Aihn. m'th Will annerrd. j FICE,' Fiv'etteville,
j. T. TAjrxfnt, ; j. riTTs dohbiss,
Of Athens, Ala. Late with Gilbert,
83 College Street,
Oct. 14 3 m ?
5 GO TO THE
And carefully s?lected goods suit
able for the
' SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
AO Iroublc to Miow uoous.
I Staple and Fancy Dry Good-?,
jSilks and ' I,o)lins,Aiio,u.evcrybeftt
Flannels, Opera Flannc iVc.f!
Ladies' Tinnmed lints,
Furs a Speciality.
Hotions.Hosieries.Bosts. Shoes and
mi mv inmi niATiiiuri
Hlilill Jlllliij ULlI lllilU
i Of all descriptions and sizes.
j The undersigned proraiso to Joj
WHAT TKEY ADVERTIS:
and if any doubt it
GIVE US A TRIAL
And Convince Yourselves.
liidfs, i'urc. tkcn in eNclianji f"r
poodf, or hou-iht fur cash at the
Highest Market Price.
Sept. 23. 1875.
South side of thc Public Square,
ARE prepared with keen f!a-;
zors,sharp Scissors, ck'an
Couibs'and Urushps,and nice Tow
els, To shave, cut hair or shampoo
in thc latest stvle, and as eh"ap as any one
ilespectful and prompt attention always
given to all cdstoiners. j jan.T-tf
PIHE undersigned fas openrd at his
JL old stand, on Prilge street, Fayotte
where he is prepare to take care of horses
in thc best styb", firiiihing careful atten
tion, comfortahle stills and good food. 1
have a goo II
TWO HOfiSS SAS,
which will be run at an v ami ail times, on
reasonable term, for th; accommodation
of the public.
HQ8SES TO UlUE
as cheap as saC.tr will allow. I am pre
pared, with a lafe team and good wagon, ,to
do all kinds of hauling.
GIVE ME A TItlAL,
nov. is o e. c. Mclaughlin.
State of Tennessee, Lincoln
John II.'' Wright,
vl. . Attachment Suit.
John W. Ilobbs )
fl II K plaintilT states on affidavit that the
defendant is indebted to him ? , and
that keis a non-resident of this State, and
b'aviog obtained from F. P. Fulton, a Jus
tice of the Peace, an original attachment
a trains t the estate of the defendant, return-
abl to the November term of the Circuit i
Conrt of Lincoln county. '875, an 1 th-j
same having been levied on the nnl's,
property, it is ordered by the Clerk, that
the uetenuant appear betore sail uouri at
' the court-house in FayetteviHe, on tho I
first Monday of March, I 76. tode-!
tend said attachment suit, or it will be pro-!
cced d with ex parte. I
It is turtner ordered that this notice be
odblished in the Fatkttf.mi.lb Obseuver
T11EO.- HA1UU3, Clerk.
ard Bill-Heads, Tickets, etc.
t.d. t. bbtav,
Tarkea & Co. Late with Shepherd, Hooper ACoJ
0 QIv SOSL
'Wi Wi & Ei PETTY
tTAVE removed to their new house,
Teilll.. fx' .1 '1 r.t T ii- C
A tllll.,, orthMdecf the Public Square,
next door to I). C. Hall, w here wc are
with our usual complete stock of
L0TI0S JXD VARIETIES!
'iFiWifl rfPff Wfr?" Ilr'f'IPMWIWIJI M
, iifeiliiiy V'iUiliJ VtiiiibiliMi Kil
AVc ket'H the very best,
: AT Til 11 LOWEST PRICES !
' . I" Wilion ; our ,tock of Sehoo! and
i i ic - i ( 'i r. nmt u i..i,u w. ri'i vit . rn 1 1 1 r .
WUI1VOIIIIVI A VOllllllVlllJ
of thi! American llibie Society, at
W. W. it R. W.TTV,
' i. M
Last Side of the Square,
S rTeiviiiy a large and carefully selct
tt d Stock ol
Suitable to tho season and adapted to the
vaus of the people, includitg
Ladies' Dress Goods,
(And have just received a large slock of
which will bu sold at Bottom Prices.
And a!.-o a line t
All of which will be sold low for
Call er'y and examine stock and
april 15. 1875
, ., , '
AM runntnga regular Mail and I assen-.
ger Ha-k between
FllVelteville and SllClh VVlIIe.,,,onar-v- Also. Thrashing Machines, an.i
' ' powers, either horse or steam powir. And
throu.'h Mulberry, Lynchburg and Flat . is offereil as low as the same class of ina
CreekJ Leaves Fayet teville every Monday, j chinery can be bought. I will also furnish
Wednoday and Friday. Leaves Shelby ville ! tho
cverv Tuesday., Thursday and Saturday, at-
' tcr arrival o f Northern and Southern trains.
Having good, safe horses, a comfortable!
hack, with reasonable charges, the under-'
signed confidently presents this routs to
the travelling public.
JOSKl'H WATSON, Proprietor. '
Oct. 1 1. 1875
IJURSUANT to an order of theClerk of
the County Court of Lincoln county,
upon the suggestion of tue auminis-
tratorof the estate of
A L Myers, deceased,
J " '
,oi ine lnoncncy oi mi'iuvitu-iiihi-viic,
notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against said estate to present them
to the Clerk of said county, authenticated,
u r k i. r t..
n or betore tne isi any oi uune,
170. for pro rata distribution, or . they
will be forever barred.
decO J. J FINNEY, Adm.
nivrin Tho M -miittaii MaDiifK tin in t
' (.'omitanv nr- now noraiiiinir tm-ir general a-eii-
cie. .'i1er ti Bi oiii:.yte. ure the .ntrol ot all
sa.e in K!virt.-l territory f fUjl arti le. A
permanent en-h lii!.-ine Hint muijo)r- thnt majr
be ma-lu t.ipiiv iTttimuru. Kr parti r;jUr
' rrtwHent, 1 17 Keaie Street, .Vew'iork. j
BY irtue of a d&cre of tk County
Court of Lioenin county, Tendee,
pronounwd at the D-'cembor term, 1375, in
the cause of John Swazoy et aJa cg&.nt
DaTid S. Lorkins etAL$,I will, on
Tuesday, 25th f January", 1S7G,
at the court hou3C door in thtown of Fy-
crtcTUle, lincoin county. lenoe;ee. cSer
for sale to the highest bidder, the followirg
' Tract of L-ind I
situated in Lincoln county, Tonnesse,
Civil District No 25 beionire to the heir
,oi lienry L.arkir.s, dw-ceasod, and known
j as the Larkin land, ar.d buunded aa ft l'ovK
On the North by the lands of Henrjr
Warren,.on the South by the lands of Thos.
1 Baxter and others, on the Eait by the land
of Tho9. Mosely and Walker, and on the
i West by the lands of Kiliratiick and Stan-
Containin5 About 2,C00 Acres r
uid land will be divided into lots to suit
! ptirchacrs, and a plat cxlibited xi the day
Terms or Sale: SauJ land will bo sold
cn a credit of one and two years, except tht-
sum of 5 per cent, in cnsH. Kotos with twu
'or more ftood and sufficient securities will
bereouiicd of the purchaser, and a lion
rctuncd on the bnd until th.i pim l ae tiion
ey is paid. 1. I). i;oCK, .
I .e. -Ji o Cl. rk and ?po, ial Coin.
SALE OF LAS
On Saturday, January
iK oliOQuiico to a d.tnc of snle pto-
nounced at the Ovtobi r term, 1375, ot
; the Chancery Court at l avcttcvillo, Ten
nessee, in the case of Hugh Tliomison,
guardian, against T. L." Williamson, lill
j sttetid at the court- Louse d, r in the town
!of Faycttevillo, Tennessee, and rllVr for
s lie t.i tho highest biddt r, at public outcrj,
! lor exsh. t!if following d '.-crib -d
TKACT OF LAM),
MtuiUd in Civil District No. . of Lincoln
c'tntv, Tennt-Fsoi', and boundu I as follows,
to-wit lit -jritiiii i p: a t asakc in th..- middb
of Noni-t rrt tk, Nrisnelj north-tast ci r-
ncr, and running thence up tht' rrtck with
; its itieandt is, 'orth 1U I p Last 40 poles,
i thi-iK'R North SO d. p. Kast 1".' polt s, thnci
f -North M do". Last 20 pob s, ;h ncc- Korth
J 1 .l..r "1 ,! V I. .J.
Kast 17 lo1' s- nco N.rth 52 d. Last li
poVv to a white oak, thonce North 40 dc7.
; d-. Wot -'.'itJ poles to a stak" i;i J . L. Cob
" Lcuri'lai v line, thence wit'n said Cole's
i lire South 5der. La.t l." p.l-s t. a lock,
;riw li's north-trtst corner, thence South
d ;. L.int 1C7 poh-s to the b,iimin7,
I Containing 9-3 Acns,
out of w hich is excepted thc old grave yar.'.
Sid land w ill bo t-old for cash, to satisfy
a jtidui- nt in l'ar of ioaij!'n ant llnii
'J'homisoin end W. II. Mrorfs, for $07.78.
w ith interest and cost. 'I h rty acres in th j
above bound.ii i 's not to be soli'.
IX W. CLARK,
C.ahdJf. mal fecial L unnmssiuner.
!ee. lb, lt.o o
.-. , T ,.
In M. r.,,,iv
'.v. w vj v. . , , , ,
the Court-House ioFajeHie,
.On Satimlay, the 15th of Janu-
N obediet.ci' t- a drcr-e of tab? i. re
nounced at the Jctobcr term. of
the Chancry (.'ouri at Pay ttei in th.;
case of Wiley P. Uudd tv. J. JL Howard
aud others, I will attend at the ourt-hous
door in the, town of l'a v'-it'-villf, and ollr
ft.r salv- the follow in ' dicr:bed
Tracts of L'tnJ,
1) inr in
j ccunty, Tcnnf e.
t'itil Pi-itriet No. .and bounded as fol
lows, to-w t U ginning .t a stake, running
. West 8,'J poles to a ro k and jointMs,
; theiiCR South Tpobstoa stake ai.d point'-r,
i thtnee South 73 dej:. Lat -IS ptdM to a
' beech, thenco South 8 ueg. Last IS poles
to a large oak, thence South M dep. L"a."-t
: C8 poles to a stake, thence Last 4 poles to
, a stake, thcn-e North 7 (log. West bl polts
to the beginning, containing
23 Acres and MS Poles.
The 2nd tract begins at a stake nar the
obi Sleam Mill sit-;, Minnirj; thence West
peb-s to t.Ikc and l eech poin'ers.
thence .South (J 1 ,5J polo to a Make in tho
j road, thence South S d-ir. Last with tho
:roac"K,'.j po!cs to a st.iko n ar the branch,
'thence North 5 deg. Ka-t 2S poles to a stake,
j thence North J5 rieg. Wt 'iJi poles to
the beginning, containing
i 10 Acres and 73 I'ohs.
j Tirms. Ssid land wi'l be s ld fi.r cash,
to py a judgment of ?171.07 in favor of
; comidainont W . I!. Pud, and interest, ccst
: and commissions.
i I. W. ri.AKK.
L'.mnl -V. tnnl Special L'otiitnUiionei'.
i dec l''i. o
Of all Kinds for Sale!
AYINft latelv visited svveial
largest iuar;ufacturiui cities
aiiu cnpeciaiiy miii; oi
i ... .1. .
IJt SLops in the United States,
luhlnt?711 1 am Irt'pariJ 10 fur
ni.-h all kinds of
Flouring Mills, Saw Mills,
, - , -
or any Kinu ot WO! WOKKIX'i MAC HISr.lir.
All kinds or sizes of LVinM fiom 1 hor.tt
power portable to a COO horse power sta
American Turbine, Eclipse Double
Turliine, Lfffell Double Tur
bine Water AVhr-els
or any other pattirn wanted, at the tegu
lar Shop price. All of which wil! bo sold
on the best terms they tin bo bought. I
will also furnish plans and specifications
for both Saw ami Grist Mills, -ither steam
or water pwr at short notice and on
reasonable 4erms. Will also superintend
the construction of a' I kinds of machinery,
Ltspectfully, JOHN WILLIAMS,
nov. 11 -3 in IVttteviile, Tenn.
13 UU SUNT to rn rrdt-r of the Clerk of
tho County Court of Lincoln county.
I i nn., upon u.o aug.uun o. mo execuK-r
James C. Davef, deceased,
of thc insolvency of said decedent's estate,
notice is hero by eiven to all person i having
Ciairan KiuiM miu j ,ic to tresent tbeiu
. r. t . . . . .. -
to tho Clerk of Slid County, authenticated
r before tha 1 st dnv if A nrll 1 e-
.r w-,wre l Uy OI April, 1 6,
for prorata distribution, or they Will bv)
O'.tll fiTS. M M. V LS, Excrvtrix.
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