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U7(. t'f AT THE SAME OLD STAND.
N. O. WALLACE,
l&Uitor fiml lnlliHlicr.
Thursday Morning, January 20,1816
Where the Money is.
One of the peculiarities of tho
times is ihe difficulty of obtaining
money, and vet there is more
money, eomewnere ;n tne
try, tban at any former period.
The distrust that has pery ided
an over me couniry, lncntaing an :
rank and conditions of men, has
caused those in possession of mon
ey to hoard it up, and some till
lying has been done by this class
ot men in saying that they had
no money. When the monetary
panic struck the country fome
eighteen months ;igo, followed by
cr.issh'inpers in the West and ;
fhort crops in the Suth, rrnnied
men's minds were fill d wiih tear
and doub', and cap.talists set all
thnr wits to work 10 collect every
dollar ot indebtedness fh it they ;
culd possibly t all in. A B ston
iciliio iaire, who died a few weeks'
n-o nctually had several nnUiuns
ill had several millions ; these, and you must never u c AND STOCKING .YAKNSf j . ' Mt. flebron ;u4.'xorris Crek', s.c.slcOd-
Hra ill hard C;h SU'lgly 'such aain." I "look turn' at difiVrent sizes and colors. We will also, imii,y.5I.; W.T. Furgasoii.Sec meets Fri-
.1. ;,, .... ,.,, ,,..,,1 i .i . r '. r.,,.. .... 1-,. !iwn (in lian.l d.'t v liiht oWoi" before lull moon each month.
W ,ingi. one angWd.!nur8Ig that (annlx lour weeks, WP on hand I suI,,r.ur.Vi..Bx.4xf Oregon, J. J. Cos-
i.d .h,.usf.ndsof men all and I believe those duty dish- W () A T ? N V T) VT Q j.,,,,, w. 5i.; w. l: v, See.-meHs
if counlix now have count i cloths were the cause of all that! " U U U 1J 1 IX U, aim-day at2oVh.ck o orbeforothe full
. i n i 11 ;, , . n-i ft ' Nos. 5l, GO1' and T(.K), at moderate prices, moon in each month.
Iloiif ol dullarrt hoarded UJ. l)artl SVOrk. J heretore I say to . (0 snit ,ny fwmcrs desiring to make their) Mulberry 101, W. II. lloberlson, W. 51.: W.
f tlieltl IUtliin, wkil8t the ; every ll0lisekee)er, keep your own good. ' JW. James, Sec meets let Tuesday night
i'.'.r tho ii-'inl .,: ,.t;,.,.. ! We are v il liner to exchaiiKC anv of our on or before full moon.
ot dollars in hard Ciis-h sn'igW
Lid uwui iliillKT i.o mm tmv in mil i
out i tie
) ifldin j them nothing, whilst the ;
c'iiitrv laiijzuiehes o
I nv. .......
of.ireulHtttig medium to carry tn
i-.i-nilliercial and auticullural
Mineral City, Texas
.n the farm of Junius V.oiJ, ot
To th EAdor of the Enquirer, i x y sche?t;r Coaniy, N. V , c n-
IiicloM?.! "you "fill tiud a postal listing of two a'.:res of Wliu.v A!,
card tr.m the Postmaster at Snvr- ieideens, whicii w.tu lh tru st
mm. iexas, etaiiiii; tne unto, i
Kt Jiltick) and Tt xas L uid Coin-
pmytob-ja Jraud. 'I'hey luve
hen Hendtiig circul.irs, plats ol
Miner il City an I tn tM tit Texas,
todifl.Mvnt ptTfons' ovi-r the coun-
try, and .selling lots 1 rev iveii a
d -ed to a lot signed hy X. II ih-
mt-r, Pr 8dent of the C-mpny
I have written to them and told
them to c ill on 'you and they Wocd ( I which we ti tist he wilt
could see the p istal curd from The excuse us for puh'ishin-; a por-!
Pos mister -at S'lerm.m. You ! tion,) he paP: -'In a 1 tter j ist
will pie tee m ike this known to j received from a lriet.d in ng
the public thrjuh ur eoluums, iarid, is this senteia-t: I li.te
and oblige W.II. AVEUY. peen many turnip ft Ms in Eng-'
The following is the postal card land, but none eqna! t.i il,e oiie
referred to: j you showed me on our plieejust;
The common carter
nev-;r be worn. It -is nothing
ili?,... 'II.. . 111. . '!'.... .,. VCT.ll II. 13 Pill l.'ilP.-tii 111 IJ'J.IIIIV ! l Ss'n&z-
out. i.uv vyiiiw, ...... ( . . . - .vv .
Kmtu.ky Lind Cnnpany is ! J i evertr,useu uemre. i am ot- j MjV I
lraudalent, not amounting to a,commg more and mre convmced i 'U
P;n,h ofsnuff. Il-spectfully, J. I"1 he valued turnips as wmter fJS M$m
t m - . tx tt it 'ill IIU NIIII'K III I.i II I I Irl I 1 1 1 T I Willi ' - . iii I : r ... - Z mw rW
. I nay ana gram, ana oi I lie pruut ; mSW J I i
bill a liirht licntiire around thei" cr'l,s 1 Gl11 Brow
blood-vessels of the le. and
can only be productive ol' injury
to the health of the wearer.
Stocking susnemlers can be
made bv havinsr narrow band
to pass around the waist with
straps to go over the shoulders,
and a long strip of elastic but
toned to each side and carried
clown and fastened to each
stocking. This same band willi" this p'ae last year, we
do to fasten the other clothing
to, in' order that the enl ire
weight of the clothes may rest navi..p wn ooiaiue; in some i
upon the shoulders and not ihej80.""' and 90u !lf . being the!
It is astonishin
n,kinliiA i.i f.i (- nrvMiiwr nhl it'l
tepid baths. One constantly
hears it tleclaretl that one is surej
lo lawe iiien oeaiit ui v:uivi
i- t V,.f o i;n!l,,u en, uiMi-uu ui iioiii n.
II (Jill ucii li tiv;iiv-i;. in, c in
tic reflection would show that
there is far more risk of taking
cold after a warm bath than any
other kind. Besides this, these
things arc all a matter of habit,
and if the constitution is strong
enough to give the proper reac
tion afterward, a person can
bathe in the coldest water with
If you get a fishbone in your
throat, and sticking fast , there,
swallow an egg raw; it will be ul
must Hure to carry down a bone
. 9 TV t
easily and certainly, wnen. as
sometimes happens by nrridnt
corrosive sublimate is swallowed,
the while of two ep-:8 will nu
traiize the poison, nnd change the
tfltct to that of a dose of calomel.
The depression in Xcw Eng
land industries docs not seem
to be uniform. The Pacific
Mills of Lawrence, Mass., which
reduced the wages of their u,
L'OO operatives ten to fifteen per
CLUit. from Jan. 1, arc said to
have netted $253,000 in six
Cat ehows are the latest fash
ionuhle amewanient at Montreal.
Pur-haps it may last.
Dangers from Dish-CIoths
A lady in the Itural World
says: Look to your dish-cloths.
If they arc black and- still and
smell like a "boncyard," it is
enough throw them in the
fire, and henceforth and forev
er wash your di-shes with cloths
that are white, cloths that you
can see through, and see if you
ever have that disease again.
There are sometimes other caus
es, but I have smelled a whole
houseful of typhoid fever in
one di-shrag." I had some neigh
bors once clever, good s'ort of
folks; one fall four of them
were sick at one time with ty
phoid fever. The doctors or
dered the vinesrar barrels white-
coun-AVa8iied ami threw about lorry
cents' worth of carbolic acid in
jthe swillpail and departed. I
weKt into the kitchen to make
gruel I needed a "dishcloth and
looked around and found sev
eral, and such "rags!" 1 burn
ed them all, and called the
daughter of the house to get
me one. She looked round on
the tables. "Why," said she,
"there was about a dozen here
this morninir:" and she looked
in the woodbox and on the mantle-piece,
and felt in the dark
corner of the cup-board.
-Vt'll," I said, "I saw some old,
black, rotten rugs lying around
an,i burned them, for there is
danger in such dishcloths as
these, and you inut never n o
ifsnpli no-nin." I "look turn- at
... K.,i '..-.,il Com- ui..l-
every housekeeper, keep your
il -liCiOUlS Clean. I
lui'-iSUCCeSStal UUltlVallOn Ol !
TVe MVe Some account n Vfar -
Hpi of 'h ' admilMblc tnrni crop i
)e-ular and handsome that
, ver happened U- meet with.
Xhe plants were itt rows thirty
inches apart and the roots
inches aoart in the row.
.-carcely a missing space in .-my
The seed has been taistti on this
!arm for many )eis( ami Lad ,
gradually improved bv sehction.
H recent private letU r from Mr. ;
,Iurii 1 1 ",; lur,,lP "P
gJ thmi as one o the
Yellow Abrdie i as improved i
by the late Wm. A. U.id.rii.il for!
years, ana subst qu, ntly
live years by myself, by tiie most i
;c ir"lul ieciinu
much sire iter in value
in our cli-;
unite than the present stiek as
imported Irotn bcsitland. e
may aid t h it tr im our p -rsjiul
i-jspeetiiii of the leatiiiful crop.
! ul1' tMieii thai it would give!
j ieast Ol) basin Is per acre--1,- j
avenge. Country Gentleman.
There is a right wav
on the fingers or
i -.-.. m .-.v. i... a. 1.
tvv..-', i;iuiiiic I1JIU 111 1U"S11,
ihat the nails are cut towards
i. ft,.. i. i
To pare the nail, cut from the
corner to the centre of it; and
if any ingrowth has already be
gun, cut the centre of the nail a
little hollow. By this means,
nature hastens to fill the vacant :
space, and the growth is imme-j
diatcly directed from the flesh.
Some one ought to patent an
implement suited for making
this nick in the center of the I
In case a knife or fork handle
gets loose, set the handle upon
end, fill the cavity with pulver-j
ized rosin, then warm the small
part of the knife or fork and in- j
sert it slowly, crowd it down !
firmly and hold it in right posi
tion until the rosin cools enough
to set. As rosin is not soluble
in water hot or cold, the knives
are not loosed. "Where ivory
. ii t , ii
nanaies nave oecome yellow,
they may be restored by soaking
l'.... I ; . . . I.
i itn uuuis in u watery solution
of sulphurous acid. The acid
in a gaseous state should not be
used, as it will be liable to make !
ihe handles crack.
Immerse lemons in clear cold '
water, change it evety day, andj
they will keep fresh for week.
should! in raising them. I begin to re- I SJ1 WJMfSM
Asquiih, Hampton &" HoTman,
at the Itailroa'd Jbepot,' ' 1 '
Fayetteville,- i( - . Term.
In Fall Operation !
40.0001bs. Wool Wanted
AVc pay '50 cents per Pound,
in pood .'at the Factory, for the nicest
RETURNING our thanks to our patrons
of tho past, and soliciting the patron
age in the future, we respectfully invite the i
public generally to come ana see us ana ex
amine our ' '
Jeans, i n various colors and patterns
Cassimeres, " . "
Ladies' bre'kft shawl
Gent's shawls, &c.
,-. .1. ... ,,ti. .;,.;.... r
v.nf nnnrfflW nna
HUU1 Ul OH? i iiH IU bUUUUJ f 1UUU0O.
We receive Wool iii anv condition, al-!
ways deducting for grease, burr and damp -
T"' "V'1"1', ' a-g n ou-tl.e Ims ol
on wooi nmj ci;irgc t0 customers, but re-I
ceive at and leiurn to depot free of cbarje.
As wo have- just now put - .. '.
I- A. n il.n . l.n.-tl tr V.r .1.1a in
' display to our customers a greater variety of
... 1 . .
than cviT before.
We have a
Snrinr iiiiii Similiter (I turn
st short notice, fi-r
T OL L .
We are also prepared to .
Yarns for customers, from N'sis. 5X-700.
from 8-1 2 cuts in lots of 100 Us. ormon- at i
li-.i cts. lor wtiite. and JO cts,
5Ia:ch 1U, 1874.
0 R. Att&lin,
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
South side of Public Square in the Hint
ow prrparcd to do all kinds of work
his line, such as the repairing of
every description of Chronometer, Duplex,
Lever, Verge and Swiss Watches. All kinds
o!" ('locks and Jewelrj-, promptly and neat
i repaired and warranted. Jan. 30.
KEfcP on hand a foil stock f
JEWELRY, MUSICAL BOXES &C.
May 2 1872.
p t hi im i t m i n mi
IRS. W&l M WftSA &EIUBS.
I . '
COAL OIL AND LAMPS,
TINWARE AT WHOLESALE,
OLD TIN SHOP CORNER.
THOS. J. McGARVEY.
Two Sets of - VvoGien " Machinery
m..st prof ! Lfi j
'vim: v wrsji
gt. Kindof Animal is given-
Dticripticp 4th: A ye bth. Poster' i
nnmt fit A. T ime and Place of irrest
. . 1 . IISCOJ.M COUSTV.. . ,
Yearling, red, crop oil left ear and un-der-slope
in right, 2)4 years old; J S Laten,
'21st dis. Dec (j- 5.
.Heifer Calf, light roan, no ear mark or '
brands, about 1 year; by Sandy Henderson,
22nd dis, Pec 10 $150. '
white Intheface, crop and nnder-t.it in right '
or brands; about 1 year old, valued at 81.60;,
both by A D Ko2eil, 22nd dis, Dec 10. .
Cow and Calf the Cow, white with red
oars, allow-fork in left ear, 10 years; Mar- i
BEDFORD COUNTY. I
J 3farey black, left eye out or very nearly
out, some saddle marks.star in the face, snip
on the nose, in poor condition, 1 1 handi, i
12 years; J M Darber. Gth dis, Xov'lo $30
Uteer, red, cropolf" the right ear and over-;
l,.-t in lbs left. 1 rear old; .1. O. Shrivrr 3rd
di., Jan i $3.
Fayeiteville Council No. 2.".i;. and S.M..G.
B. Hoyles, T. I. 51,; Jno. V. (Jill, I!e-
corder meets yrd 51oiulay night in each
L'nion Chapter No. 8,Royal Arch Masons,
Fayetloville J. S. Vauirhn, H. I'.; Ueo. 1.
IioyleS, Sec. Uieetri 2nd 51oild;iy night ill
Jackson Lodge No. 6S, V. and A. 51.,
lyetteville, A. (). Uattle, W. 51.; ieo. B.
vies, Sec meets 1st Monday ni-lit in
each nionlh. .
Petersbur-No. VI?,, W. II. Hanaway, W. !
51; .W. E. Smith, Sec. meets 1st 5fotulay t
nijfht on or after full moon in each iuohiIl. j
Pleasant 1'lains No. 305, II. CarK-nter, ;
V. 51.; James F. Byers, Sec. meets Fri- j
tlar night belort each lull moon
. i,.;, atm :i.... ; r:,n
l",W. M.; Wm'. a. csiii," j,, Seel-meets
; Friday night before each 1th Sunday.
! ODD-FELLOWS. j
I a y.lteulle LnrampmehJ y 31, Fay.
Snibe meets 1st and :)id Wednesday i
' nights in each mouth
Calhoun Lod-o 'o. 2ii, James II. Hill
l.; 51. W. Woodard.L'ecScc. meets tv
erv l iidav nisht.
-M 1.. 4 Ml T V 1 1. IHT. .-IT
''ill m,J .11. Sutnfli.- c
1'nitv No. 81. I'etershurir. Kb. Crawford. '
!r A. . Hull Sii" tni? cvpn- nti.
' er Thursda v niht.
j Oak Hill No. iyo. Norris Creek, T. L. 5ViU
j liamson, N. (i.: J. T. (loodrich. Ilec. Sec. j
meets every other Saturday night. I
5lu!beny H..I.C.Sehasti.-iii-N. (i.i W. W. I
jtl nines, Sec meets every other Thursday
inlit. ' ' i
.Surprise No. l.VI, Flyntville, Kli J. Cam
: bron, N. (!.; C. C. l'ien'e, Secretary meets
'every Thursday niht.
C'he.-tnut liic'jre 157, W D Frennan, N (J;
H Illedsoe, jr, Sic; meets every Saturday
Kvcnin? Star N. t5I, I'leasant Plains,.!!
A. L aiherwood, N. (J.; .L Frankliii Smith. '
Sec meets 1st and 3rd Saturday nixht
Kels 172, John V. Carter, N.t.J .; Levi Kt-
ii-k. Sec meets every other Saturday nipht
-Livonia Lod-c N. , I'aushlcra of l'e-
bceea. Flyntville, W. Beckett, SAL; 5Irs. 51. !
ill. Camhron, X. (.; W. II. Warren, See'v '
j meets 1st Saturday each month at 2 o'clock. !
j Sereno. No. 105, Geoifre's Store, J. P.;
i Hunter, N. (i; .1. I. Lilev, Sec. meets eve- '
r- Saturday night.
rATIIONS OF Ilt-SR.WDIIV. !
II. K. liKVsox. Fiivi-tteviil. County Deputy.
Mnlherry (jraiie. 171 W.II.li'et's.niaster:
; A. J.Whitaker, se ' ; Mulherry post ollice.
I!uekeye,l i-j L.A. AlcOainel, master; Jo-
ell). 1'arUf, sec'y; FayeUeville.
Sulphur Spring, 17t-T. C. Little, master;
II. T. l'hihls, sec'y; Fayetteville.
Swan Creek, 308 H. K. Bryson. master;
V. T. McDaniel, See.t Fayett'evillee.
1'ioon'a Hill W W Wilson, master;
V Krwin; .ec'y; Foon's Hill.
Unitr oil J J Short, master: L
; Clark, sec'y; Fayetteville. ,
retersburg .lacob Gillespie, master; j
1 H 15 Talley, sec'y; Petersburg.
I Locky I eint JUo
J C Hague, mas-!
i er; KbenHill, jr, sec'y; Kelso.
Klieltnn's Creek .lohn Simmona ma a
ter; F ?'Tavlor, see'v; Geoifre's Store.
Cold Water 307 j Askins, master; P
L Twit ty, sec'y; Cold Water.
Chestnut Hiil (21st district)30t" .John M
IJouK,maBter; .lasl.'Houtt.sec'y; Fayetteville
Macedonia, f)30 Tho?. 0. "iill, master; J ,
C Lenard, sec'y; Goshen. (
White Oak, 31 A S lloore, master; S!
L?TWiri.i'ieC w.P. Lindsay,
master; A. S. Sloan, see; Molino.
I'leasant Plains Orange II. Car-
penter, master; .1. Maddox, sec; Blanche.
Camargo Grange G. XV. Higgins,
master; A. J. b'andolph, sec; Camargo.
Willow (irove - F. M. Kimes, master,
E. P. Castles, sec; Fayeiteville.
Cci.terville Grange H. II. Pdedsoe,
master; J. T. Goodrich, sec; Xorris Creek,
u. F. of T.
Fayetteville Council No. 3S0, Frank Car
ter, W. P.; W. II. McNelley, llec. Sec
meets every Tuesday night in K.of II. Hall.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
Fayetteville Lodge No. J S Vaughn,
Dictator; W A Gill, jr, Eeporter.
What uiiike a Bus1hI.
Dried Apples 20
Cow Peas 60
White Beans 60
Castor Beans 43
I'.uck wheat 56
Stone Coal '. 80
Shelled Corn 56
Corn in the ear 70
Corn Meal ; 50
Plastering Hair 8
Unslacked Lime 35
Barley Malt S3
Rye Malt 34
'Onions 57 .
Dried Peaches, unpeelcd 39
do do peeled 30
Millet S-ed 54
Orchard Grasp Seed K,
Herd's Grass Seed 10
Irish Potatoes 65
Sweet Potatoes 50
. Rye 51
' T.lue Grass Seed 14
Clover Seed 60
Flax Seed 56
Hemp Seed 44
Timothy Seed 45
Hungarian Seed 48
Coarse Salt 50
Fine Salt 55
Cotton Seed H.I
13 1"- O. -A.. JDlexxxo'i-"
qX)I0eSQe JPO tieigii je$et If)
PURE DRUGS JSDJEDltRB,
WMnntAr . .. . '
WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY,
Fine Chewing: & Smoking Tobacco,
BLASTING POWDER, FUSE .
SUpeHOr IllGMatiD2 ' CGal Oil.
PATENT AND FAMILY MEDICINES
n(j ft ffeji seectel stock Ot all Goods
USll:ily Kept m a
J U & IU I
iPURE CONCORD WINE
Pure old Corn Whiskey,
Fok Medicinal Purposes.
Prorrmt attention civen to Pre-
i All sales, CASH .
D ivll W. C. DILMLR.
i-"-.V ,, ,.,
I) M B 'I II K 'V
K X I I I ) I I I I I I
Xl U U J U XlJllX
f T? K ?p W IP?
U K$ fe W
ftT1 ATa TmiTYTATrtfl I
H(! f A i IS '
UJLiVl 1 XaililUU
"STb it. i af i JI C?T a.
I U U ItS clXlil miUUS
of every description. j
Has on hand an assortment of heavy
Makes to Order
all kinds of fine work, at tho Tost Office
Vet side Square,
Xext door toDiemer's drug-store
April 20, 1875.
TJF. HAVE heard the question asked,
f ? Why Doors, S;ish and other iiu
chine work can't be manufactured as chep
here as anywhoie in the State? We can an
swer: Isiy us 3Soney as vow do
and we will show you that we will nut up
; AiN u A uLi
AS IT CAN BE DONE AT ANY SHOP!
! All wantinf: any thing in our line, might make
;it pay theiii to
J Call fttifi SC US
i before buying elsewhere. Don't ask j'ot
titue, for wo can't give any. lulls near
hear the dt pot, Fayetteville.
and Vegetable Seeds
arc the best the world pi o luces. They. are
p'anted bv a million people in America, and
the result is. beautiful Flowers and splen-
Hid Vegetables. A Priced Catalogue sent
free to all who enclose the O-tigo a 2
Flower and Vegetable Garden
the most beautiful work of the kind in
the world. It contains nearly 150 pages,
hundreds of illustrations, and four Chro-
mo J'frttefi if Plovers, beautifully drawn
and colored "from nature. Pi ice 35 cts., in
paper covers; C5 cts. bound in elegant cloth.
yjCK'S FLORAL GUIDE
This is a beautiful Quarterly Journal,
finr lv illustated. and eontaihinff an elegant
colored Frontispiece with the first number
for 1870 iut issued. Address
JA.TIKS VICK, Rochester, ii. V.
I jan. ti, 1876 o
TO MY CONSTITUENTS.
I AM now permanently located in Fayette
ville, and am pret ared to fill all orders
for work in my line out of the best
:: kra M
Moments, Toils and Head-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 mc a trial before sending from home
for your tomb woik. I have a splendid
quarry of gray stone lor
Building and CJ rale-Yard
And can give sa'iifaction both in price and
style. LEWIS TEACH
Oct. 8, 1874.
C fi 13 P B s ?f,
a V f f f H
JjCgs. Prices of Job'Printing
have been lowered at the Ob
server oflice to suit the times.
Bring in your orders. We war
BARRELS, stands, ifec, kept on
hand. All work insured to be yfS-ii
good. Special attention paid to making
good whisky1 barrels. Come and give us a
call. CHARLES WEISS & CO..
Sept.23-ly Fayetteville, rFtnn.
Crtsh pnid frr ffrof rfry Starts,
fi. B.HFCBl.CK,' W.K.HOKE, GEO. J. GOODRICH.
Of Warren Co. Of Limestone. Ala. Of Liucola Co
SPURLOCK, HOKE h CO,
Xos. 96 and 98 College Street,
We handle our Cotton
la our own Ware House,
Under our own supervision,
See every bale weighed and
Make liheral advances both ol
BAGGING AND TIES!
; Our expenses being LESS than any house
in the city, we
make it to Ihe ink-rest of those
to sell their
ho de.-ire j
COTTON Hi CUE MAHEST
to favor us with their shipment. .
To my many, many friends in Lincoln
Who have Held up ray Hands
! since I comnif need bu.-inoss, and to whom
'I OWL in y present position, I have this to
jYOUR INTERESTS ARE MINE!
I and I am
DETERMINED TO PROTECT THE SAME;
Lwhenever confided to me
G H). J.GOODIIICH. J
Of Lincoln County, with :
ing, Vifkss & Hancock,
O W T O JV
j COM3VIIEGIOX IRCHAHTS.
J Nashville, Tennessee.
i july 8-tf '
S to ves a n (1 Tin w a re !
Ilolmaii & Price,
I KALE ItS IN'
STOVES AND TIN YV A R E,
Xcjct door to Odd- Fellow sl nil,
ARE ready to supply hi enstomerss with
all kinds of
S T .0 IT 38 8 ?
CAP IT- OLA,
also a large stock of
Iron and Wood Pumps.
STILL WORK done on short notice.
IIOLMAN & PRICE.
. S.Corder, adm'r.ai.d in his onn right,
Jacob B: Cord,,-, and lh C. Corder.
complainants r. U O Corder, D. II.
Corder, and others, dorendants.
OX motion of complainants by counsel,
and it aiinearinsr to the satisfaction of
the Court that deft ndaiits V. (1. Corder!
and B.H. Corder resi c in the Stat-- nf Smitli !
Carolina, Henry P.ens'ey and if(; Il idiel i
reside in the State of A!;ilwm:i, Henry 'I'.,'
Seals and Clark Seal-! and (ieorc Corder, a ;
triinnr t-.ici.ta in 1 im ..f ..mt ..muf. Al'iK-i.!
ma,&mitti Hineman an. I wil,- Hannah re-
aide in the State f Texa., so that the ordi-,
nary process of law cannot be served upon,
1hem It'is, therefnre, ordered by me that:
publication be made in the I-'ayetxevii.le j
Obsekver, a newspaper published In -the
town of Fayetteville, for four consecutive'
weeks, requiring said non-resident defend-
anta to annear before the worshiuful Coun- !
apta to appear before the worshipful Coun
ty Court on or before the first Monday m 1 eh
uary, 1876, and plead, answer or demur
to said complainant's bill, or the f-ame will
be taken as confessed and set for hearing j
ex pane as to mem.
jan. 13 o P. D. BOYCE, Clerk.
A Penny Sared is a Penny Earjcl
WE will send the Observer, usual
price $2.00, and the Louisville
COURIER - JOURNAL
usual price $2.00, stage prepaid on both
papers, lor one year, or $3.2.
The Weekly-Couiier-Jcurnal is the great
NATIONAL FAMILY XF.WSPAI'KK.
. 8end us 3.25 and get both papers.
sj Ad vcrtlscmonts arc inserted in tie or- son will he jrla I ta see thtir friends at this , fico. on reasonable Wins. All work de'rt
der in whirh they are handed in. j house. lpt. 2 1S75 pt d whan pmmised. Try n-
lay in their
F. W. BROWN
; hns on h:t!.d and is recriviiu
! lui lise line of
dai'v an iia
DRV GOODS, CLOTUING
BOOTS. SHOES, HATS,
; which he is determined to sell the pop!.
of Lmeoin and anioininjr counties
For Less Moirev
have been Sold sir.ro the war. Cotne and
; 8 '
our i.ew iali srvh.-s in
n p,r.,,. T. .
Dress Goods, Clollung, Trimmings,
Ac, tc., &c.
If you aro not convinced that we can
B II TO II -SOT
to buy ef us. will not ask you to Lny.
' ln'k 'rrtnt tdt'.isnr in tilinu !n rnn '
through, heihtr ou wish to bay or not.
Now , ,
REMEMBER THIS HOUSE
I I'll I V If 1 I J V I i ll'
IlJWW ilO JLU 11
, , , , , !
as "ne ?f n be bouSht from any j
rctil ,'ou-sc ,n
ZXA.KXZ&'Z SET SETS
Brin in your bills and spc if wi don't du
plicate them. lesrs. J. T. McCaul r, A.
H. Hatcl er.W. T. Solomon and Knox Dry-!
BUSINESS cards, vr;
r-.TT" i-v. -
TkK. R. R. McKINNEl 'S office w t,hj
res idoncc. Call steaded to rofiopt-
AT the request of ioroof my old friend.
I am apain at my oM offlce ready to
serve all who may need Dental operation,
fjarlrg been eaa$ed in the study and prac
tice of Dentistry for orer twenty-fire years,
I claim to be thoroughly qualified to treat
successfully and skillfully all diseases of
the mouth and teeth. I don't jropo U
do cheap Dentistry I proposo to do ay
work thoroughly, as I bare always dona it,
and then I am responsible,
dec. 2 A. S. DUVAL.
W. J. IIIGGIXS,
7 ILL practice in Lincoln and adjoining
w couniies. Saiisfaction gtmrnnteedboth
in prices and operations of all kind.-;.
Office np stairs over Hermann & Hill's
! jewelry shop. auj. 12, 1873.
V OXDURFUL inducements offered l
w thos3 wishing work . 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
stick strictly to the following rates and
challenge opposition in all its forms
trading teeth, oO cents eaeh.
Gold tilling Sl.oO to $2.00
Vlatina do H)c do 2 OO
Tin ft il do 50e do 1.0O
Cleaning and polishing teeth, SI to 2-aO
Treating chrcnic inflammation of
mouth and throat gil.0 to $10
Artificial teeth inserted from
1 to 4 tf:ih ?.".0O
do do do 3 to 10 10.00
A full upper plate ir,.i) do 20.00
I Owing t material and style of work np-
er and lower act S'.i.it) do So iAA-
I'll. I. S.TT(I.I.
ai:g. 5 0:Ti.-e at the Snlfold House.
jW. C. BRIGHT. 31. D.r
'. I1! ILL practice 5'edirifi and Surcery
I in Fayrttevilb ainl v'uiniiy. (trfietr
,'at Trice's L'n.g Stur . jnly 2'j, 1S75.
e l djTakO T
(Oiitc over Tric-'s Dru S:re, West side
OFFL:i:Sh'.sprofi.ssiuM-i! services to tho
citiz"iis of l'avt.-tt'.iik- and vicinitT.
jnly 22, 1?7.".
Ittorneys al Isatv,
marchll rnyrllrvillc. 'l'cim.
jj. W. Newman. S. W. Carma'-k.
! 5EWJIAX & CAKMAt'K,
Allorncys at Law,
j I'a Ucvillc. Tom.
! 7EriI.L i:ra'tico in the various Courts
ot Lim-idn and a't:",:n-." counties.
n in th s Supreme and Federal Courts at
j Nashviil'-'. hice near r.ortii-cast C!-rnr
i the I'ub!:o Square. jan. 1 1 1 1"
' J. II. ixGQiliViil
!Al(orncv at Law.
j Fajettevil'.e, 'lVni'.-iSoe.
j frzr- Co'I rii.,ns a spi cialiy. f.-l 4
; j. o. vvoiUis. v. w.'ooiauh. w. z. wool.
I Woods & Wondarci
Utorsicts al Xwir,
; raycttcvillo, - - 'iVnm-s-ct'.
j jan. 1-1 ly
' McdiciiH mid Dentistry
, Dr. .! IlinuiLlir
HAS letumd to lay-tt.:vill. and v i! I
resume his pnf. ssion: and h r-l y r -spectfuliy
o! rs his prob . s-b.-nal sfrvirest
.his old palrc.rs and the pu'!i" enrall .
' tTic". twu door north of lie- earri 'g- h. p.
1 ayetteville, 1 enncssec,
Plans, Flcvnt ions, l'tails, Per
spective View.H. ami Intimate
furnished on Short Notice
Oflicc t his ltrsidcncc.
GEO. W. HIGGINS,
! Cjfice at his rt'sidtm'e near f 'amaryo,
nf ILL prn. tice in the vaiicus Courts of
Lincoln and ndjoiiiiujr rt.nnties. of
. f. J1KISNKT. r. V. riLTOX.
J)IcKinncy &; Fulton,
I ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
i Prompt attention en to business. Of.
lice nrar the south-west corner of Hquara
. to D. DOTLT-J.
i n kwh
lAttornevs at uav,
FAYETl EYILLE, TENN.
V "?rU'' .'"J T,';
; tL(J jj ;;,.,. bI,,,.
ractico m the various Couits of
siilu of the Square,
fe -' Fit I
-A'cr lite north-trcst corner Square,
I S now r rpred to manufactun
X Harness, Saddles, llridlcs
t and 3IurtinuIes in the best style
-md of the icrv bct materi.il. C'olHM
Hanuvs, and Wliip.s always on hand
JU-pairiuy done w itii i.eatneis and dispatch
fln-ap forc.Mi ok iui:rr.KoNi.r. Jan2l-lm
1107 A! K V'TffVI "IT A AT
HoiiJlnjl V.V i 1 UJUxililll ,
f i i
A U U 1 II L l L Itl V,
j l'AYLTTKVILLK, TKXJf.
PRACTICE in the Courts of Lincoln
county. Cases in Bankruptcy prompt
ly attended to. jan3-tf
j Soulh-icest corner of the Square,
i Fayetteville, Tennessee,
T ILL accommodate the traTeling pub-
lio and home boarders with tho Tory
best the market aflords. Rooms largo and
comfortable fare gotten up in the Tery
best style terms reasonable.
jan.7-tf MRS. PR. D. SAFFOLD.
Of eyery description neatly dona t thi.Of-