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y l '1 7C r .- AT TH E 0 A M OLD STAND.
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rhrt&ij Siornh?, January 13,1810
Where They go to.
A New York paper says:
Oil the north side of Ann street,
is a rag dealer's etablishment.
At all hoars of the day huge
bags of old paper are piled up
on the sidewalk in Iront of this
esu.blishmeut. Two-thirds of
there bags arc filled with alrna-
:ucs and advertising
A dealer takes it into his head
hat it is cheaper to advertise
by almanacs than through the
papers and he prints millions
of the little books. He believes
that they find their way into the
r.aiuls of the public and their
contents are eagerly tlevoHied,;
aa he trusts his goods soon will
bt. Vain belief. He pays 10
to $12 per thousand for his
book and the- rag man get
them for four centH a pound.
Oi:c rag man at one time bought
ten tons of thestt that had nev
er been unpreAcd since they left
the bindery. Out of all the al
mmacs printed for free distri
bution, probably not one-tenth
of them every reach the public
and nine-tenths of them go to
the rag men. And yet. thee
wi men think such advertis
ing is cheaper and better than
patronising newspaper?, where
everv line is-sure to be read.
They will learn
of these days.
A Tennessee correnn-jridL-nt of
.i o .i t-t .
thi bjutiiern Tanner reuovate?
worn out lnnds be sowitis? npas OM I
them atid feediiii off. This i?
done two or three years in sue;
cession, until enoujn lertility h
p uned tn ;ovv from December, to
February, and a i i c itcti is al
ways seeured. Whenever tl.e
1 md is r c!i enough t.) grow clover
tlu firmer his thj avnlinoy
an l ctti soon m ike
d'cti any crop h : wishes. Th
difficulty i in getting a start, and
for thid r isou tli-i Smtlurn fi-ld
or cow pea is unrivaled.
To Tlll thk Age of a Sheep,
A beep's front te-th the fij-t
year ard eight in number, appear
inj all ot
a size. Second year
middle ones .iro tshed out
and are repbwe 1 by tA-o niUCU lar
gr man ine oi tiers, xnira year
two very em ill ones appear one
tither side ot the eight. At the
end of the iourth are six lare
teeth. Filth yenr ull the front
teeth are large. Sixth year all
begin to show wear tut till then.
a. i - i .i rn i
None but a lazy teamster will
allow the hnrns or yoke, to re
main on teams while they eat
their midday meal. Teams will
perform m )re bb )r on the same
field in' a uiveu iimi by giving
tbem water every two or three
hours. Tue water should stand
in the sun, it practicable. It
should not hi cold on any ac
count. Xever whip a balky horse,
for the more he is whipped the
crazier he will become. Let
everything be done gently, lor
boisterous words only confuse
i i i
mm ana raaKe mm worte.
Treat him in the mild mannei
that you would a crazy man,
and you will succeed if you
wait long enough.
Sheep Ticks. A Western
flock-master says: "Get one
pound of sulphur and put it in
to four quarts of salt, and give
in that portion to your flock
once in two weeks, and it will
cure your sheep of not only
ticka, but scab. When the
ticks are gone, bathe the sul
phur." The London Builder recom
mends people who transplant trees
to mark the north side ol each
tree with red chalk before it is ta
ken up, and replace it in its nat
ural posoiion. A larger proportion
will then live, .is in ignoring this
law of nature transplanted trees
Ccke for a ISone Felon. Take
a tible-pp'vmful of fine salt, a ta
ble-tipoonful ol viegar, and the
yolk of an egg; simmer together
and bind on. Renew twice a d.iy.
A never failing remedy.
IlEMcnr for Sick Headache.
In t'Fo tablespoons of btrong cof
fee. put two grains of t quinine
Take fill at ne dose. Five doses
like this, taken at in ervals a
couple of days between is suffi
cient to e fleet a cure.
It Loots Profitable-
A farmer of our acquaintance
' in this county cleared last yetr a
jcool 12000 on a flock of steep
numbering in the spring not over
' t ee 1 -i: J : . : 1 .. V
wunder ia eoraa one else doesn't
i go and do likewise. He isoneol
those "hold lust rfc?n who stick
'o a thing until they prove wheth
er it is good or no. Years ago be
went into the business tfith hun
dreds of others, and through otic
misfortune or another kept on the
even tenor ol his wv. until to-
lay h is well, better off thuu
moat of his neighbors who dropp
ed I'heep and went into .unit-thing
else. He started with Mt rinoes,
md has bred strictly in t Li is line.
E toh year he bus sought to in
. i it- i i
prwvc toe wool 01 ms uock uy
breeling to long and line wooled
. bucks, and me result reacueu i
til aima- ve flattering to his skill and
schemes... ud t M a hre,T. The
backs, and the result reached is
laple is superior in every way, j
atid comrn inds the higbeot price in j
. . M. I.. fliu Kilt t
.13 li)CK Ins- attained sosne
relebritv. and his Jambs 20 oil at
ood prices to ready customer-
A Cardli g 10 the old rule, 1?i seie
of tame grass will . ke,,. three
xlieep through t' e year. t.as
rate, 00 HCrtH, it properly Ki.otd jBojle.-i, Sco. nitets 1st Moudsy night in
i part for pasturage aui a part.",' Nu .123. w. E-Maaavrar, W.
lor ha woulu feed loo eheep,
l iving, if on an eighty, 30 acres
c e , w
ivir ciujjn u tujifjuiv iw iji. j V. M.; J.inies r . Kvere, bee meets tti-
everv one COU'-d Ul-ik S20b0 a da r iiight before each full moon.
n:t v. Mt. HebrouMl, Norris Crr-ek, S.C.McCcl-
year ofl it, yet m u u c -u id m . Ke ninj w M . WT i,-urgasouec.lneel . Frl.
?iU0O. and ti:is is t . linieH nn Te j da v night on or before full moon each month,
thail many of US Uav cleared 1 trj Sulphur Spring No. 400, Oregon, J. J. Cos
. . i ton, . M.; V. L. Parker, bee. meeta
tlie l).18t tlVrt Vt.'HIb Oil V..Oivt jcoj-.-.j-v .,2 (,Vlork on or before fhn full
Arneri n Tea
Georgia is goii- to try b-r
hand once more ut ten crowing. 1
Th:se wbo h;te i:; vtsiianled the!
wisdom gome;m,!joot',i!j'ure us t: :lt lue o'-t.t i
; t;le to the culture l ten sucets-
- .lully in tue couUieni 5 a!r !. t :ie ;
! W.Uit ol experience. t bit Ik ol !
' i i ti . i .in
c.ieap labor. 1 h-i tt-n tivetd t In-
na has b' eu eru'v:i by tvrl
per-ons in G-pi.., Horn the Pivd -
lr " , -
, uiont region on the seae-oasst.
This shrub i3 a haroy and vigor
ous evergreen, and tbiives as w. I;
with us a.sitd -es in Cnim or .1
jjan. 1: gr v.s Irom three to li.t
i t . .1 i
eet ti'g.i. a r.e.-;-, compact, 1 air.
leaved shrub, wiili pretty, vvbi'e'
uatnenul. It. h p
and wil! t'tand auy
tbe climate, and h is
:.e:l) I, :i i d ;
e no.-ore !o'
t'ceu let tea
in Athens and tnaiiv Ui,er lo
ities in Georgia. Av e are told
woud beau easy nri:t-r lr tnw
! f irnil v that has A home aid a w !
teetol ground ta pruJuee the,,-!
own tea, and a lit' le to Srdl. I S
trenur t.-.rr. ..lnr.fi ... f.,.
would most likely lea l to Its pre-
dUctlOO, for the people to le:.rn h-i
lore they are able to m tnuf jcture
the article as We get it fiom Chi -
na: but it is said n verv :r,.n(l fen
, , . - . .
uw urc i!U!,i ii.iuiifMui'ii, eu.ii u?
made Ov Simolv tuckinir and drwell). larks, bcc'v; I lypfteville
: . j o j
ing the leaves in tne s-une man
ner that sage leaves are cured,
Xew York Bulhiin.
A Singular Bean.
A gentleman resiling in St.
Louis has lately hud sent to him!
by a friend in California, two
bjaus resembling in shape a b:e'.h
nut, which are potseesed with a
remarkable power ot animation,
which tbey bbow in advancing,
retreating, and turning somer
saults. Their antics are indeed
wonderful to witness. They are
known iti the State from which
they came as the jumping bean.
Lie keeps them in a small box,
and il left at night in the bedroom
upon a table, they make such a
racket he i obliged to shut tbem
up in a drawer so he can sleep.
To some this article may seem in
credible. Others may have seen
An old gentleman of Elberton.
Ga., 'ive8 a remedy for snake
bites or insect sting, which he
has never known to fail. Imme
diately upon being bitten or stung,
or as soon as possible thereafter,
apply a piece of moistened cop
peras to the wound and keep, it
there until theeflects of the pois
on disappear. The coperaa can
be applied with a bandage, or a
large lump placed on the wound,
to which it will adhere as the
mad stone is said to do. When
the lump drops ofl it should be re
placed by another piece, moisten
ed as the first, and this kept on
until the adhering ceases.
Remedy for Asthiia. Ether,
tincture of castor, tincture of opi
um, equal partr-; mix them all to
gether. A teaspoonful to be ta
ken whenever the symptoms are
urgent, tincture of lobelia or
iptcac if very good, when there is
considerable stricture and difficul
ty in breathing. There are a
great many remedies for this dis
ease; a light nutritious diet is the
main thing to observe, and to a
void all kinds of stimulating
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laf. Klo At.iX ifr - -vnf- Oolor
Hi. ( i-rit, itk. Apt -f-A rostr"i
nwi( of A, Tint and if-c 1 ntrttt -
tovt i cocjfir,. . -
TuiirltAf, rd, crop off loft ear n4 o
dir-e!tp in rlgLt, 2s o! J S Ltten,
21s. di, Dm C 6.
lltifer Calf, llcht roan, no ear mark, or
'brand, about 1 yiar; v Sandy Henderson,
Knd dm. Dee IO l.-o. ,
7Vo Cattle' en- daix md heifer, wjth j
white In the face, crop and nridcr-bit in tight j
cr and under-Lit in left. 3 years old, valued
tt $5 the other a roan heifer, bo ear marks
or brands, about 1 year e-'d, valued at $l.fO; j
loth by A B Roze'.i. 22nd dis. Deo 10. (
WOO RE COFSTT.
. Horse, brown, 15 hrrnda high, with somo
saddle markp.scaron left arm, about 9 years
oM; A Q Nick?, cn J A Frosser's premises,
8th dili.,Wps Mulberry Creek. Oct 16 $30
Cow and Cf( the Cow, white with red
swallow-fork in loft ear, 10 years; Mar
cus ilarrs, Bih dis, Doo 10 $10.
Mare. Mftfk, left eye out, or very nearly
out, R01.1& saddle ifiarkp,8tar in the face, snip
,oTi thc n3-(lJn roor C0It. won. 14, handa,
12 ycara; J M Barber. Cth dis, Nov 15 $30
rayctttrille Council No. 2r.,K. &nd S.M., G.
COrdtT nicctj 3rd Monday night in each
FaTettCTnlelj. S. Vaughn, 11. P.; Got-B-!-
Bovlc, &pc, nectP 2nd Monday night Lo j
ijh otL p j
;ray0Hf .y, A. o. Battle, V.M.; Geo. BJ
jM: W. L.Smith, Sec meets 1st i'ondav
;ti?hton - or after full mwn ia each nionth. .
I lleapant I'lains No. Od, H. Carpenter,!
mooti ia each month.
! Mulberry 4'Jl, W. II. Robertson, V. M.; W.
! '7. 'James, Sec mee(3 1st Tuesday tight
; (i: or before full moon.
i Mnrr-rfnnia i:'.). n'irtisien. Wm. A. Gill. I
V, M.t Vm. A. Gill, jun., Sec meets
fridy i:igit before each 4th Sunday.
Fayetteville Encampment No. 31, Fay-
etttville, M.W.V.'oodai J'. P.; IVitiWarren,
r.igha in each month. I
Calhoun Lcdye No. 26, J ameB B. Hill, '
N. O.; M. . cod aril, Ucc bee. raeetsev-
f.1T Ili(;av li;jr.l(
Lincoln No. 50, Lvnchburjr, M. X. Taiks,
- VclWell, Ecc. Sec-
3rd and .;t!i Saturday nights.
Unity No. si, Petersburg, Eb,
N. G; A. M. Hall, Sec
UieetS every Oth-;,
' cr Thursday niht
I Oak Hill No. i3'., Norris Creek, T. L. Wil-liani-'
n. N. (J.; J. T. Goodrich. lec. Ssc
' meets '-very other Saturday night. .
Mulbr-rry US, J.C.St -bastian.N. G.; W. W,
Sin prise No. lo3, Flyniville, Eli J. Cam-j
every T! u:s.Iuy nif,-hL
Chetni:t Kiige 157, W B Frertoan, N G;
II r.jL-dsoe, jr, b..c; meets everv Saturday
Evening Star No. 161, Pleasant Plains, J
A. Leatherwood, N. G.; J. Franklin Smith,
Kelso 172. J. A.TavIor.N.GJ.csmhWe.
l'd..Sec raeets every other Saturday night
H. Cambron, V. G.; W. U. Warren, Secy
luefts 1 st Sat urday ea..ii iuonth at 2 o'clock.
nw.nn X".. VI". i :a . rrn'. , T T
; Unnter, N. G; J. P. Liley, Sec meets eve-
jr5 Saturday night.
j rATLONS OF HUSBANDRY.
j U.K. P.ursos. Fsyetteville. County Deputy,
i Mulberry Grange, 171 W.H.Rees,master;
j A. J. hitaser, sec y; Mulberry post office
Buckeve.173 U. A. LlcUaniel. master. Jo
! f..i..t 1 -v t n r :.it- ,
II. T. L'hilds, sec'y; Fayeffeville.
Swan Creek, 30t II. W. Bryson, master;
Mewaiiiel, beet f ayettevillee.
Clark, secy; layetfeviile.
Petersburg -Jacob Gillespie, master:
I i r T T IT ...... TV, 1
ill D laiit-y, -"-v r, iciosDurg.
t.i I . . : . li i : . i i-i it ,
lock v j uiui ou.j j yj uarue, mas-
ter; Eben Hill, jr, sec'y; Kelso.
Shelion's Creek John Simmons.mas-
Cold Water 307 J G Askins. master: P
L T witty, scc'y; Cold Waier.
Chestnut II ill (21st listrict)30G John M
Koutt.master; JasRKoutt.sec'y; ; FayeMeyille
C Lenard, sec'3; Goshen.
White Oak, 631 A S Moore, master; S
L Walker, sec; Lincoln.
Sylvester urai ge , w. i l.inasay,
master; A. S. Shan, sec; Molina.
Pleasant Plain Grange H. Car
penter, master; J. Mad.lox, w; Blanche.
Carnargo Grange (. y. Higgins,
master; A.'J. Randolph, sec; Camargo.
Willow Grove F. SL Rimes, master;
F. P. Castlrs, sec; FnviOcville.
4 ( Vulf-rvillp Cira iirro . II IT TMnaeio
master; J. T. Goodrich, nee; Nonis Creek.
r. r. of T.
FavcttviJJe Council No. 3fil), Frank Car
Ur, W. P.; W. II. McNelley, Rec. Sec
meets every Tuesday night in K.of II. Hall.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
Fayetlvi)leLolfcNo. J SVau-bn.
Lif.tator; W A GilL jr. Reporter.
r'"wloots anil Shoes
Unity 311-J J Short, master; L L;
What in ukr a Itiifcliel.
Drifd Apples.. 26
Bran , w . 20
(low Peas fit)
W-hite Beans '....CO
Castor Beans 45 '
Buckwheat t 56 .
Stono Coal 80
Shelled Corn . D'l
Corn in the ear 70
Corn Meal. 50
Plastering nair. 8
Unslacked Lime ........35
Pnrley Mait 33
Rye Malt ..34
Onions . , 57
Dried Pearlies, unpecled 39
do do peeled........ 30
Millet Seed ,.54
Orchard Grase Seed H
Herd's Grass iSeed 10 .
Irish Potatoes... ........65
Sweet Potatoes ...50
Blue G rasa Seed .14'
Clover Seed..,...; 60
Flax Seed..... 56
Hemp Seed.: 44
Timothy Seed.., 45
Hungarian Seed. 48
Coarse Salt , 50
Fine Salt ;.i .....55.
Turnips... .,'., 53
Wheat ,.60 ,
Cotton Seed .33
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At the' 0id?3M
- Stand -Of
W DRUGS 1KB MEDICINE,
WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY,
guDsricr HU&tlsz CfiHl Oil.
PATENT AKD fASULY MDCfNES
tied a well selected stock o! all GuoCi
usuaiiV kept in ft
- ;PUB CONCORD .WINE
Pure eld Corn Whiskey,
For Medicinal Purposes.
All sales, CASH ijjsj
V. U. DIKMER.
F 11 1 C K
JTAVirO Ict'tht ofDtaket- Bright
2. their, eutire stock of
will keep constantly on hind,
v At ilie.Same Kouse,
West Side of the Public Squa?e,
carefully selected stock of goads, 'com-
i priair:,; e vrything : in bis " Vn. He will I
tpare no pains to Buppjy his customers
with tho ; . ,
Purest aud Frcsliest Articles
with their custom, may rely upon it that
every article sold will be
PRECISELY AS REPRESENTED!
We ofierour goods to those needing them, i
with an assurance that our prico3 are
& 8 J W. .
th time nualiff ran bfl b.mbl
GIVE US A CALL.
We will deal fairly and treat oar custom
ers courteously. . , 11. PiUCtj.
i juty vj, ieo.
nav bom our stocK ol uruga 10
) Hr. M. Price, late of Detherd.Tenn.,
aD( we recommend him as worthy of the
patronage of our friend and the citizens
generally. iJliAKt. & BluUUi.
I july 22
a. isr r
SHOE FINDINGS !
of every description.
Has on hand an assortment of heavy
) iTJtit.CtS IU vrucr .
1 an kin(is 0f fine w0,i, &t tho Post Office
West tide Square,
j April 29, 18 , 5.
rn t m 1 vr t no
i T. J. GKAl & tU.
Dealers in Grain and Produce.
A irents for the celebrated
TULLAHOMA WAGON WORKS,
Eclipse Cotton Press and Cotton
April 29, 1875 o - -
TO MY CONSTITUENTS.
I AM now permanently located in ayeue-
: ville, and am prerarcd to nil a 1 oraers
f nf ih hent
Moaaments, Tomls . ani Heaa-Stones
finished to order in the best style and at the
lower rates than can be furnished by any
other shop in the State.
Give me a trial before sending from home
for your tomb work. I have a splendid
quarry of gray stone for
Building and Grare-Yard
And can give satisfaction both in price and
style. LEWIS PEACH
Oct. 8, 1874.
-M JAM S ? M
J3s2, Prices of Job Printing
have been lowered at the Ob
server office to suit the . times.
Bring in your orders. We war
j k'lk i ii k if
BARRELS, stands, Arc.; kept on
hand. All work insured to be
U.S. 1K1 THAT
good. Special attention paid to making
good whisky barrels. Come and give us a
call. . CHARLES WEISS & C0
Sept.23-ly Fayetteville, Tenn.
' Cath pfid for grtod dry Start.
a. b.spcbL'jcx.. wvb. aoac, u?. j. oooiaicH7
Of Waxra Co. Of Litt9o, Qi tlo&An Co
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, ; ; Cotton Factors, .
Nos. IrS and 03 College Street,
Vre handle Cn Cotton
Incur, cw:? Ware House,
Under our own supervision,
Soo xtet.y eale weighed and f
Make liberal hdvances both ol
BAGGING- AND TIES!
Cur expenses beisg LE33 than toy bouse
COMBINATION OF HOUSES, j
in tho city, we
make it to thc ioterebt of those who desire
to S';ll their .
COTf OH IN CUE
j to favor us with their ahipments.
j 1 o nay many, many friends in Lincoln
have Held up my Hand
since I commenced business, sad to whom
I OWE my pie?ct position, I have this to
rotm INTERESTS ARE MINE
and I an
DETERMINED TO PROTECT THE SAME
whenever confided to me.
sep.23-tf GEO. J.GOODRICH.
Of Lincoln County, with
Holding, . Vilkes & Hancock,
Stoves and Tinware!
II olman & Price,
STOVES AND TINWARE,
Kext door to Odd-Fello ws' Hall,
4 RE ready to supply hi enstomerss with .
'V all kinds of
Especially the A
alaoa large stork of
Iron and Wood Pumps.
STILL WORK done on short notice.
II0LMAN & PRICE.
State of Tennessee, County
R. S. Douthat vs. W. W. Scott.
IN this cause it appearing by affidavit tint I
the defendant W. W. Scott is justly in
debted to the piaintiti, 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 01 law cannot oe served on him,
and ah original attachment issued by mo on
the 20th day of No vembcr.1875. having been.
levied on his property it is, therefore, or
dered that publication be made in the-FAt-ETTEvii.i.K
Observer, a newspaper published
in the town of Fayetteville, for four succes
sive weeks, commanding the said W. W.
Scott to appear before me at my office
on tho 15th day of January,
176, and make defence to said suit
against him, or it will be proceeded with ex
parte. This 4th day of December, 1875.
dec. 9 o F. P. FULTON. J. P.
PURSUANT to an order of the Clerk of
the County Court of Lincoln county,
Tenn., upon the suggestion of the executor
of the estate of
Mrs. Tabitha McEwen, dec,
of the insolvency of Raid 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, 1870,
for pro rata distribution, or they will be
noT.25 R. D. McMILLEN, Adm'r.
aiar Advertisements are inserted in the or
der in which they are handed in.
rjpO Uj in ttir .
FALL MD WINTER SUPPLIES
I? W "DDAWXT
r. n. .Diiuvi
has on hand and is receiving daily aa im
taeiise line cf
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
HOTIOHS. QUEElf SVAEE, SLASSWABE
which he is determined to soli the peopli
of Lincoln and adjoining counties
For Les Money
THAN SAME GOODS
.have been aoM since the war.
see our new fall styles in
Dress Goods, Clothing, Trimmings,
&c, tc, &c.
If you are not convinced that we can
vim it vfiW rtmm
uiUU it w iUlk lik4ia.i
j to buy of us. will uot ask yoa to buy.
! will take great pleasure in showing vou
j""0' "whcih -i to buy or not.
REMEMBER THIS HOUSE
as the same goods can be bought from any '
retail no use 111
Bring in your bills and see if w don't du
plicate them. "Messrs. J. T. McCauley. A.
II. Hatcher, W. T. Solomon and K nox Brv-
Fon will be glad to see their fri.mls at this
house. aert. 23. 1S75
ITT SETT ,1
tl. K. R. McRIXNEV.1 off.cu1 ia at hw
rbsideuce. . Calls attended to prcrcpt
J" " ' ' jan6-f
AT tb request of BOtaC of my old frieo is,
I am arcud at ay ell cfiice ready to
serve a J w4n way ejd Dntnl ptratiom.
llarir ben ciganii!i tlm tttoHy nd prac
tice of Dcn'inrr torfTrtirnty.five yeBre,
I claim tt b Ihoro'blr cn!iflcl ta treat
racoafci:yai:! akJ HA'.y l dieae tT
tae rao-ath sd t.je'L. I dt propose to
do ehep Iiectiatry I propose j do any
work th -ooghly, t I hava alwaya done it,
and tha I in rtSuOssible.
d. 2 A. S. DUVAL.
" j LL practice jn Linooln an 1 adjoicir
in pri:o9 and operations of ail kinds"
Office up stairs over Heyir.ann & Hill's
jewelry shop. "aug. 12, 1375.
fOND?inrUL inducements offered to
f T thv.-s wishing work . thatliae.
let. I propose to do cheaper work.
2nd. I insure nvrr casa to be unsur.
j passed by any of its. class, and purpose to
ticK .:iicuy 10 me loi.owin? rates and
chkllenge opposition in ail its forms
Extracting teeth, 50 cents each.
Gold filling.: 81-00 to $2.00
Platina do : . 50c do 2 00
Tin foil do f-Oc do 1.00
Cleaning and pn'.ishing teeth, SI to 2.50
lit a'.ing chronic inflammation of
mouth aud throat $1.00 to $10
Art fl ial teeth inserted from
1 to 1 tetih $3.0J
do rin do 3 to 10 10.00
A fuli uppor p.atfl.
..lo.rO do 20 00
Owi: ? to r.iV.erial and style cf work up-
' er ana lower seLs oO.tKJ uo 5- CO
j PR. I). SAP FOLD,
' ace; 5 OiTije at th Sati'old House.
W. C. BRIGHT, M. D.
' T ILL practice ?J.e:l;cin; and Surery
! in Favrtteviile ami Ticinity. OlTice
at Priit'.-i Dri.g Store
july 22, 1375.
E. L. DRAKE; M. D.,
(Office over Price's Drug Store, West siJe
OFFF.r.Sh's professional services to the
citizei:3 of Fayetteviiie nd viiioif-.
july 22, 1875.
11 tor neys at Ijati
niarchll Is j elteville, 'S'eini.
J. W. N EWMAX.
H. W. Carm.m k.
FV1IW & C I. "MACK
Attorneys at Law,
ILIj practice in the vinous Courts
of Lincoln an 1 adjoining counties.
and in the Supreme and I fdt-ral Courts at
Nashville. OSee r.eir north-cast comer
i of the Public Square. jau. 14-tf
J. W. Goodwin
ZZ-T Collections a fp-cialty.
v. e. wools.
j . wo. rs.
Jl. W. Wi.ObAKI.
hVoods & Woo'dard
Ittorncts at X?r,
Fayetteville, - - Tcnntssce.
31edicinc and Dentistry
Dr. Joe Iin illie
r7.y let'urncd to Ffive'tviHo an
A J. rrsums his rroft'Saion: and hcrebvre
spcct'ulty ofttTS his prott-sioual services to
bis old patrors and the public generally.
OfnVc, two doors north of the carriage shop.
j Fayetteville, Tennessee, .
Plans, Elevations, Ictails, Per
j spective Views, and Estimates
j furnished on Short Notice
Office at his Residence.
GEO. V. IIIGGINS,
iff OSHEY A? L&W
Ojfice at his residence near Camargo,
r ILL pra.-tice in the various Courts of
T F Lincoln and aojuining- counties, ot)
C. C V'KINNEV.
r. r. rt'LTox.
JIcKiiinaj $ Fulton,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Prompt attention ;iven to business. Of
fice ni ar the Miuth-wet cotui-r of Squaro
i;E4. a. fOTi.ws. cn tfMil
I IX practice in tne various com is oi ;
f Lincoln and the adioimnr counties '
Lincoln and the adjoiniii
if Okkick : South-side of the Square, i
in the Miller block. oct0-tf
pa rn m : c
V - V VV iya VX X 1
v,'a w vi
Near the uorth-tctst corner Square,
IS now prepared to nianufactureg
Harness. Saddles. Bridles, Tl
- ' and Martingales in the best style,
incftlPH in the best stvle. .
J . r. .1 r ' . v. .. .-. ..M..;i 1 1 . . 1 ,
llanics, and Vliips always on hand.
Jiepairiinj done with neatness and dispatch.
Cheap for cash or barter oni.t. Jan21-12m .
Attorneys at Law.
FAYETTEVILLE, TRW. .
RACTICB in the Courts of Lincoln
countv. CiiSf-s in Rankru'ptcy prompt-
1 lv'attonded to. jn3(-tf J
) South-teest corner of the Square,
j Fayetteville, Tennessee,
7 ILL accommodate the traveling puo
f? lie and home boarders with the very
best the market affords. Rooms largo and
comfortable fare gotten up in the vory
bst stvle terms reasonable,
ian. 7-tf MRS. DR. D. SAFFOLD.
Of every description neatly dona at this Of
fice, on reasonable terms. All work de'iv
occd when proniitd. Trr u-
J, n. Hollas.
at the R-rurcaJ Lepct.
Fayetteville,- - - Teen,
In Full Operation I
Wc pay 50 cents per Pound,
in goods at the Factorr, for the nicest
RETURNING our C anks to our patron
of-the rast, and soliciting the patron
age in the future, we respectfully invite the
public genera.Iy to ccrr.e and s us and ex
S.0S OF 600BS,
Jeans, in various colors and patterns
Lassircerep, ' '
. Iidmoral Skirt.
Ijauies' bre'kf l.shawl
Gent's iawls, ic
AND STOCKING YARNS
different siz-s and colors. We will a'ao
k.:ep on hand
Nos. COO, P0) and 700, at mo.'.e-rata price.,
to suit any farmers desiring to make their
We are wi'.'.irjr to excLaxgo any of our
!al.ric3 at cash pries for
go! g: sny M cf Ccmlry France.
Wo rerive Wool in ar.y coi'dition, al
ways df-duotingfor grease, burr and ilan p-nt-s.
tin rt! y placing it or. the la-i of
clen, tub-wa.-d.ed wool. We j ay freight
on wool and ciiare to Customers, but rt-C'.ivi-
at a:.d return to d'pot free of charg".
l As we l ae- just now put
e!s of Woolen niacninery
i.to ci eraiion, we f.ha'.I shoruy be able t-
' display to our caat:-m"rs a greater varitty 01
Spring and Summer Goods
' tr.an ever before.
rIEW ROLL CARD
and will do custc-m work in tie
; l ST YL,i;
1 at short notice, fv.r
i CASH OR TOLL.
We ere also prepared to
Yarns for customers, from Nos: 5MJ-7U0, or
j irom bis cuts in lots 01 iw a, or Dior? n
1 25 els. for whit and 30 cts. tor mix.-d.
March li. 137 1.
1 wiU7- j
! Watchmaker and Jeweler.
j South side of Public Square in the Nines
f TSnow prepared to do all kinds of work
; X in his line, such as tho repairing nf
1 every dpscYiption of Chronometer. Iuplex,
j Lever, Verge and Swisa Watches. AH kiud-4
j of Clocks and Jewelry, promptly and neat
i lv repaired and warranted. Jan. 30.
Hoyinan & MU,
EEP on hand a foil stock of
IFWFIRY MII?.!HAf RllYPS AC.
May 23. 1872.
COAL OIL AND LAMPS,
CISTERN JXDWELL PUMPS,
TINWARE AT WHOLESALE.
OLD TIN SHOP CORNER.
vAiV7t E-i I V" ii'rJt