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'JFi ILK-. AT TM Y. SA M V. OLD STAND.
N. O. WALLACE, . ,
I-litoi initl X'ulilissliei.
FAYE1TEYILIE, TtLNNESSEE :
ThursJaj 31 rninj;, J.niwary 20IS6i
-- v!Ll r - lCS-S T-.issensions that disgrace the
County Grange. jrfiows .that geographical City Council it would do a good
FromtiK-LjuchhuSonutKl. . covcry lias bc-cu made ichtwo-k- Two 01)posing bodics
Thc Gr.inger.sof Moore conn-!"1.1 Pr?ba ? bc morc Jty'lhave organized and are squab
ty met in council at this place I hiule1 h average Amer.-;1)H fo rec ition one with
J - . 1 - Mti th.-ir. wnnlrl hf t hp liti.tintrt . . . .. . . -
last Monday, ami organized
Cunnty Grange by electing the
W. Tolley, W. M.
.1. A. l'rosser, W. O.
L. Leftwich, AWL.
J. A. Silvertooth, V. T.
R. R. Parke, AV. S.
J. T. Baxter, AY. C.
J. F. Cherry, V. S.
T. C. Spencer, W. A. S.
AW B.Taylor. AW ii. K.
MWMollic Motlow, Ceres.
Mrs. Sue Tftvlor, Pomona.
Miss M. C. Cowart, Flora. .
Mrs. Ar. Robertson, Steward
ess. The meeting for the next
quarter will be held on the sec
ond Monday in April.
152?" Southern Democratic
Congressmen severely censure
Hon. Ben. II. Hill, of Georgia,
for his recent amnesty speech.
Blaine dug a pit, and Hill
dragged the Democratic party
He was inspired, it
said, by a selfish purpose. He!
is a candidate for Senatorial j
i i . i
nonors, and, against remon
strance, jeopardized the suc
cess of his party in order to
further his private ambition.
Nashville, etea.ly, 90
St. Louis, irregular, 1.5Hl.o!
Louisville, quiet, 1.05 (&l lb
Chicago, .ictive, 1 02
Cincinnati, bouyant, 130 (5.132
New York, quiet, 1 22 &1.2-3
St. Louis, slujrgish,
Blaine's bid for the Presidency
in his .speech against Jeff Davis
was of mure nccout t to the Ex
iSp.nker than the question of par
loning one man more or lesj.
So says the Republican organ
of Ihe Western Reserve. The
country takes the same view of
Mr. Blaine's performance. It re
mains to be seen whether derna
goguery can claim the highest re
wards. Chattanooga Grain Mar
ket. The Tunes, of Wednesday
morning, says: The price of grait;
is improving and we quote corn
at 49 to 50 cents. About 8,000
bushels were received by river
yesterday. A pood deal of corn
received is not No. 1. For No. 1
corn the demand exceeds the
supply. Wheat is nominul, .
Corn, loose, shelled. 40 cents
ner bushel. Wheat: white. SI 05:
amber 1; red, 95 to 1 Oats
nominal at 35 to 40 cents. Ba
con shoulders lie; hams 12 h to
13c: clear sides 13c; lard 14 i to
15c. Hogs dull at 5 to 0 cents,
gross. Reef cattle, on foot, range
from 2 to Sic. So say the Knox
The Pulaski Citizen of
last Thursday contains the fol
lowing notice of one of our
Thos. A. Kercheval, Esq., of
Fayetteville, w;ts in the city
yesterday. Tom is a worthy
chip of the old block; son of
Hon. "Win. F. Kercheval, among
the ablest lawyers of thc State.
Referring to Mr. Hill's reply
to Mr. Jilaine, the Boston Her
ald's (Radical) correspondent
says it "was lull of matter
which will convince the rural
voter that he had better stick to
the Republican party awhile
tJ)3 Preparations are being
made, upon a large scale, for
Maidi Gras, February 29, in all
important cities. Memphis pa
pers 6ay theirs will surpass any
ever witnessed in America.
The National Republi
can Committee has decided to
bold the next Republican Nation
nl Convention in the City of Cin
r-innati. June 14th has been ee-
leclcd bh Ahc tiuiv-'.
Our New York Letter.
i . .. .
, uic itoau to the -Nation s I'ocket
at Loggerheads A
Muu nho Lost $.500,000 ami I.
T..l..'l 1......V if ....tl...r :hrit-
mas Barimm on i:.vhibition
i rom our own Lorresrondctt.
x-. v- T ' ,0.,-
To the Alitor of the Fayette -
ar.' " " ..x"
ItlUb IUU1H..M ilUUIIIIlt:.;..,, . I. ..... .-..,--t if 'I'll..
which so many Arctic
jers have lost their lives.
!ler to the new short-cut
! .: 1 u. ....: ..i
imuuiiai poct uncu "
jsnarpyeiUMinuaiv.ommissioners.in the Uce necessaiy
,iia uimu uut auu
jand which lies through the Leg -
jislative and Lxecutive st'm -
jachs lhatb.g dinner at Phd-
adelphia did the business.
Congress ate an. drank $1U,UUJ; ();,;Ci-, tIeveiopement; but his let
worth, went back to AV ashing--tef ,o the tru3tees of Vanderbilt
ton to pick their teeth, began j L-,livers.ity at Nashville, publish
to acknowledge the high worthy, a.few d ginc ghows lhat he
of the Centennial fiiterpnse. ;0in be ag ppijn.handej when he
and now while still in that calm,;., !W pI(inr(T phr.r.v l.im.
benevolent frame of mind whit-h
usually follow a "square nieal,
unanimously vote the million i
. . f f I . Mil MIllll'IWII'I'l III I II i
. i i ! . ii.i
Uiosc nopnaoie .umium
.Sow how much plcasantor
that is than Mending the 10, -
000 in lobbying button-holing,700)009; and thft, n(Jt grU(ging.
isl!ne'v . ie "OU!5t '
.1.- r; 0t encouragement and apprecia-
one, and threatening the other Jtion to itg rnaDag(rs
U-rily the intention ot our, The theatns havin- been for
I lil'iK'iM I tt (ii hf.'ll H: r Yt DTM '
ami worthy of imitation; and
.rentlenien ol Mr. Thomas
. . II. i '
5lU IU lLillli, f iu.ij soon
pcet to tee all abhiiijrton
j barking for Texas lor a rousing
champagne-dinner previous to
voting that Texas-Pacific sub
sidy that has hung fire so long.
But just at present Mr. Scotl
has his hands lull of other mat
ters, hacking himself and Phil
adelphia against Vanderbilt
and New York in the race fin-
Western frci-bt tVaffic, and at -
. , j. . . '
teiiamg to that rcninrlrablc
squabble ot the Pennylvania
ocoiiB genius are unusuai oi,in amusements torecord. "Piqu
los7.3o;ioad with the new A.r-hne be-
u.-oti!O.COiLceii x iiuaueii.ma auu uns
City. I presume the result of j, welcomed During the past
hese novel proceedings will be j eek he hag been hf his Pele
known by the time this reaches , renditiou of Col. John White
you, but at this writing the)?. .-nolJQe
fight is a prominent tropic of It is currently reported that Mr.
conversation here. Ihe ulea;WillUmD Kq wgll known
of two corporations getting iip!iwa Western manager, is in ne-
battle over a track
crossing., ussinfir their laborers for
infantry and their loconiotiv
for fuiious cavalrv charges, is
In these hard times and days!
jral comDiaininir it is re-L..
freshing to hear of a business
tnat can oe ropoeu ol a nail a
million and never know it.
Such an one, if the papers .are
to be believed, is that of Bab
bitt, the soap-maker, who is
prosecuting two former employ
ees for larceny, of something
like that amount, he having re
cently learned of the loss by ac-
cidait. Y new. lie must use
his ?oap to clean Aladdin's lamp
It may not be sronerallv un-
derstood that we have
Christinas days here in
York, but such is the fact, the
members of the Greek chinch
bavins; duly celebrated the ''oth-
er" one on the (ith of January.
The way that happens is, that
the Greek faith holds to an old
chronology, while the rest of
Christendom prefer to run by
the new ouc. I should hae
been happy to go over to the
Greeks temporarily for the sake
of another chance to hang up
nip stocking, but understand
ing that old Santa Clans only
endorses Dec. 23th, didn't think
it worth while.
The illustrious Mayor of
Bridgeport, Mr. V. T. Barnum,
has sold his wild animals and
all the other appurtenances of
his big Hippodrome, but he can
no more live out of the show
business than a fish can live out
of the water. So for lack of
other attractions he is now ex
hibiting himself with consider
able effect. He calls his cara
van a lecture-tour this time, but
that don't matter. People want
to see him as much as to hear
him, and they turn out well, in
this city and Brooklyn at least,
and the Prince of showmen is
successful, as usual.
The case against Tweed hav
ing received another set-back
through some technical error,
thc question is beginning to be
raised whether such persevering
bungling on the part of thp
prosecution can be entirely acr
cidental. From present appear-
lances the suit will
have to re
ceive its settlement if it ever
'reaches one, at the hands of pos-
Iteritv. It inav be ' however.
. . .
;tJult thc proposed 11CW City
'n,.-!-. ,..l.. r.nnc;nra.
I aik.-, ...mi
uuiuuni, will, 11 nuwu,u,
help this matter incidentally,' as
jt wiu introduce some very
wholesome reforms in various
: , . , ,, ,
departments, that ol the law. a-
, nPit woud st the existing
the endorsement or tne Mayor,
i,oa ttnG.r.c;n1l nf tbo
, - i 1 ., n i (Ipmonttrntes. its
fitness lor office by so condiic-
!-,.-. llcAP t ii-r.nlnx .1 fl ii . tl O-CS
as to render
threats ot calling
preservation of order.
,4 h hfta , been th(; fashion t0
.!C(,nsijer Commodore Vanderbilta
crusi oW curmUlJjreoilf with but
. e::evult.nce-in his nhreuo-
' 1(- comineiu.fng with a small
dbnati(J11 to the institution men
tioned, his sympathies and inter-
. . . .K
I psU became enlisted in its
and he hos contiuued
J to enlarge the amount, till now,
- ,S t,IjGWM bv ll5tJ ietter ue has
1 Ftin it ti; mn:fi,PIlt finm nf
"My, but accompanied with words
the nnst part fortunate enough to
si rike bonanzas in the plays now
'running, there is not much chan
Ciesar," '"Rose MioheH"
and "Crucible" etill hold their
own, though I believe the. latter's
run must suffer an interruption at
the cloe of the present week to
allow Mr. Hall to fill several pro
viucial engagements in the same
(.lay. At "Wood's Mu. eum, a
tifcv adaption of "F;tust and M-ti
jjurite" has eu introduced, and
1 f8" f ual f SS" LeS
1 1- r V a.lack, who for several years
i i i- ir t i i
lias devoted himself to successful
j ,,,., t ih a ih cotro ,ltloP.
. aa returned to it8
, .... ,evloro i10 :fl ant ..-..notJool
gotiation with the proprietors of
iNiblo's Garden for re opening this
i ,i , , i... i
j J.HJJJU1UI luciiiic. it ia lu uc uupcu
I this rumor is correct, as Mr. K.
is a most successful man in that
ru f : n-n .:,j
, uii;i.chiill Juan una wiiuctstu
..i- i- t r t..
the closing concerts of Von Bu-
low's second series, which have
been increasingly successful; and
also the first annual meeting of
the Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Children, in which Mr.
Bergh figures prominently, and
which baa already begun its good
woik, by rescuing from th,jir per
iious and cruel bondage, two of
the many little child-acrobats
iwho are forced to risk their lives
in break neck performances, to
put money in the pockets of their
hard-hearted parents or masters.
Dr. Holland's charming story
of "Sevenoaks," which appeared
in "Soribner's Monthly" last year,
is now being dramatised under
the supervision of the author, and
will be placed upon the stage in
due lime. Radii.
Pr.Tierec's I'leasam Purgative TeHets
are so compounded from concentrat(d prin
ciples, extracted fiom roots and herbs, as
to combine in each small granule, scarcely
eager than a mustard seed, as much ca
tharic power as is contained in any larger
pills lor sale in drugstores. 1 hey are not on
ly pleasant to take. but their operation is ea
sy unattended with any griping pun.
Ihey operate without producing any con
stitutional disturbance. Unlike other
cathartics, they do not render the bowels
costive alter operation, but, on the contrary.
tliey establish a permanently healthy ac
tion. Being entirely vegetable, no par
ticular care is required while using them,
f jOO Jieward is offered by the Propric'
tor to an y one who will detect in these Pel
lets any calomel or other form of mercury,
mineral poison, or injurious tlrug.
They are sold by druggists.
XZ A Cincinnati dispatch,
dated on Saturday, says the total
hosr slaughter this season to date
id 398,780; last season, 392,802
tB The Freedman'fi Bureau
swindle is to come in for a thor.
invetitisation at the hands of
T. J. GRAY & CO.
Dealers in Grain and Produce,
Agents for the celebrated
TOLLAHOHA WAGON WORKS,
Ecli pse Cotton Press aj)d Cotton
April C?, 1875 o ' '
, THE WQRLO'S STANDARD ,
M A f H N Hi N ,m
SINGER, N. F., ptr dox, 35c.
do Mfg. nd Leather. . . . . r4.
American, per doz 50c.
Buckeye, ." .. ....50c.
Grover & Baker, " '. 50c.
110 we . -.v.- 40c-
Hemlngton", "'" 40c.
Weed. " 40c.
West & Wilson, " . $1.20c.
All other machines .",5 to 65c.
Hand Sewing Needles, 3 to 9, Bttweens,
per paper, t cents.
All kinds .Machine Attacnments at great
ly reduced prices.
Grorer & Bafcer and tne to Home
Sewing Machines 30 to 40 per
Cent, off Old Prices.
Send for price list and circulars.
Give me your orders, and if price and
quality fail to please, I will refund the
money. I will send by mail or express to
any address on receipt of order and money.
" 1). B HOLT, S. M. Agent.
jan. 13 o Lynchburg, Term.
J. L. Bryant.
J.LBRYANT&C0.JA8 CHEAP AS ANVBODY
.11 L in ch h urff
KKEPS a full lino of poods in all thc
different branches of trade, viz: All !
grades of fancy- and stuplo Dry Goods, j
Made Clothing, Hoots, Shoes and Hats. j
We also keep the best of Coffee, Su?.ir and '
other groceries. Iron, Nails, Horse and
Mule Shoes, Castings, Cook Stoves, Tin-
ware, Vc, a;l ot which we will sell
Cheap as the Cheapest !
We want all the
Brin'r lis vonr Wheat Corn. Fuathcrs.
Rags, Beeswax, Ginseng, Dried i'ruit, Eggs,
ana any itung else tnat wm sell, aul get
thc market price lor ir in cheap oq-s
groceries. Thankful for past u.-ors.
janl J.L. I'.lli ANT & CO.
W. W, & 1. PETTY,
JJAVE removed to their new house,
North side of the Public Square,
next door to D. C. Hall, where we are
$ES3yg gEg TO
with our usual complete stock of
NOTIONS JND VARIETIES!
Also, the yery best
AVe keep the very hest,
VTTHK LOWES T TRICES !
In addition to our stock of School and
Miscellaneous Books, we have a complete
B. 1 .1 1 n ilTuB i n mantel
lUlCo cllltl JL Cdlu.IJIv.IHoj
of the American Dible Society, at
W. W. & R. PETTY.
, INSOLVENT NOTICE.
PURSUANT to an order of thc Clerk of
the County Court of Lincoln county,
Tenn., upon the suggestion of. the adminis
trator of the estate of
A. L. Myers, deceased,
of the insolvency of said decedent's estate,
notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against said estate to present them
to the Clerk of said county, authenticated,
n or before the 1st day of June,
1870, for pro rata distribution, or they
will be forever barred.
dec J. J FINNEY. Adm.
I AM running a regular Mail and Passen
ger Hack between
Fayetteville and Sliclbyf Hie,
through Mulberry, Lynchburg and Flat
Creek. Leaves Fayetteville every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. Leaves Shelby ville
every Tuesday ..Thursday and Saturday, af
ter arrival o f Northern and Southern trains.
Having good, safe horses, a comfortable
hack, with reasonable charges, the under
signed confidently presents this route to
the travelling public.
JOSEPH WATSON. Proprietor.
Oct. 14, 1875
D & S3
For Matdstrates and Constables, iuat printed
and for sala at this Offi-e.
: -W"- - - ' -s- 5 v ar5-
j prsi National Bank,
' DIRECTORS. - -C.
B. McGUIRK, WM. BON'KER, Jr.
JAS. G-. WOODS. W. N.. WRIGHT. .
JNO. C. G00DK1CII. rillL. T.MUKRAY.
JAS. 1). TILLMAN. ,
R: S. WOOD A HI), Cashier. '
; J. R. FKKNYf AsstCah;er.
J. G. "Woods, President.
Ws. Bokker, Jr., Vice-President.
FA YKTTE VILLI', TENX.
fJPlTJL STOCK, 3100,0000!
Does a General Banking Business.
T. O. Baglkv, .1. W. Holm an-,
J. L. Bktakt, 1). W. Cr.AnK,
I). W. HOLMAX.
Mt D. HAMPTON, Cashier.
julyl7 D. W. HOLMAN, Tres't.
Can do it or Will-
AND I AM ALWAYS SOBER:
UUJVJ'f? A RfJPk
aug. 20, 1875.
CJIAMB E SETTS.
Jobbing Strictly Attended to.
OLD TIN SHOP CORNER.
THOS. J. McGARYEY".
OWING to the scarcity of lnoner, I am
ofl'ering my entire
STOCK OF GOODS
at a very small per cent above COST,
stock is new and of
Fimsr &&ss Gqqs,
bought in New York and Boston from
class houses. Consisting of
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
Clothing for Men arid Boys,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE, QDEENSWARE, Sc.
A fine lot of hand made Shoes and Boots
just received, a large stock of
A X I)
at New York cost. Call and price my
Goods before you buy, for I am determined
to sell. J. E. CALDWELL,
dec. 2, 1875
PURSUANT to an order of the Clerk of
the County Court of Lincoln county,
Tenn., upon the suggestion of thc aJiuinis-
trator ot the estate of
James. II. Gray, deceased,
f -h !ns,olTenT r Srti(l decedent's estate,
notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against said estate to present them
to the Clerk of said County, authenticated,
on or before tho 1st day of June,
1870, lor pro rta distributiun, or they
will be forever barred.
I). C. Tf ALL,
dec9 A dm. with Will annexed.
Of all Kinds for Sale!
HAVING lately visited several of the
largest manufacturing cities north,
and especiallj- some of the
Best Slops in the United States,
I will here say that I am prepared to fur
nish all kinds of
Flouring Mills, Saw Mills,
or any kind of wood womuho machinist.
All kinds or sizes of Engines fiom 1 horse
power portaoie to a 300 horse power sta
tionary. Also, Threshing Machines, and
powers, either horse or steam power. And
is offered as low as the same class of ma
chinery can be bought. I will also furnish
American Turbine, Eclipse Double
Turbine, Leftell Double Tur
bine Water Wheels
or any other pattern wanted, at the regu
lar Shop prices. All of which will be sold
on the best terms they can be bought. I
will also furnish plans and specifications
for both Saw and Grist Mills, either steam
or water power at short notice and on
reasonable terms. Will also superintend
the construction of all kinds of machinery.
Respectfully, JOHN WILLIAMS,
nov. ll-3m Fayetteville, Tenn.
5 Cents Reward.
W UN away from me on .tlie 20th ult.
t JlV John Keen, about 15 years of age.
1 1 will give the above Darned reward for his
delivery to me, and no thanks, near Cyrus-
ton, Lincoln county, Tennessee.
ian.63t O iJEORGE STEWART.
LINCOLN SAllffi BANK
D. ,0, MIL & BON
OPl'F.R their entire stock of Goods to
the public at the very lowest priee
They have a splendid stock of
A large stock of
Any book not on hand
will ba furnished
without extra chirjo.
All pel sons indebted to 1). C
bv note or account, will confer on liim a f:i
vor by cou.ir g forward and suttlir.g. Come !
ono, come all. I need all the money due ,
ne. jan. 6 o j
lusolvent Notice by the Cbaii
T7"HKRI:aS, David C. nail, administra-,
tor, &c, of O. P. Griflis, decrased, '
filed his insolvent bill in the Chancery Court !
at Fa vetteville, Tennessee, on the second of )
S-pteuiber, 1873, and by decree pronounced
at the October term, 1S7.', of the Chant-en
i t . r n' .1
v.mirt at rayeiievi ie, leunessee, m me
causu of David C. Hall, administrator, andi
others against Dessa Grittis and others, it'
was ordered that the administration et '
said ef.tate lis removed to IheChancery Court ,
for the estate to be wound up as an insol
Thais to to notify all persons to filo;
their claims uronerlv authent cated m
UelOrf the '.tth .f P.1t .i. 1 -.!
I with the Clerk ar,-.l iiaslor at Favetteville,
i wiiiicsSPS, for pro rata distribution or ihey
will he forever barred. D. W. CLARK,
nov. 25-3m Cltrk and Master.
Jno. W. Davidson,
Also tSoes Carpenter's and JciEer'sworii ..!. .i;r aw , Mu.:Si;i.X
tla, .itii'iurv .inl, loid, arid -. , , .. . i
itinne ...oMl'ts: .1..,., the 17th ,h" Un'U ot b.uh'W.l 1 lumpson, tK.i.-
all kinds made to order with
NEATNESS AND DISPATCH!
Repaired and Varnished!
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS
at shot t notice !
of every description furnished without
delay, and at reasonable rates!
J-Call or leave orders at J. 15. Wil
son's hop. on College street.
tily to lln 1 epiilxi ity of tli "peoples' puprr." tlie
STIR SrAM.i.eu 1UN.MK 14ili j cm , a liu jre S ko
40 column pnper, illtitrnted. ami lilloil w iili rharui
Ine tories. tiilis, ptt-ms. wit. huumr, anil time
fuhimns (tevutecl to its "Il0iue' luriT." orex
poe of iiiill'rs, (Jnacks, inut llumbusi. It i
by all odilj the trkinl nn)t popular ot all the
literary Palai s. K"ait ly IDO.ouo ileli-rhlt-il miIoci i
bers. estiitili'lieti Ihfia. uevcr suspemls or fails to
appear on tiint. It is a "t'aniilv trieml." and u
complete family papi-r. It will ve you from !
ing swindle I nml give you most ik-liehifiil rt-rt-
lng for an hole ear. Kail not to ulsciiln' NOW .
harunni l-reiu'1! chroinos are Kvpu
FK EE to everv one pavinir fl for tii ilAN-
NEB for iv'tti 'I he-ie ar worth II each, and are
BKAl Tllis. all r.ioiinte.l ready to hanr or frame
ICeader you want the ;an.ki.. jou mist tiy it.
It co-is but rery littltr. on'y 7.'cent for paper, or
l 00 for paper and four cli'romo, nil sent prepaid.
Stnt three inontlis loronly 10 cts. Tky IT ONCE
Send lor samples, or better, 10 cents ami receive it
jan. BANNKIt tO., llinsdale, X. If.
WONDERFUL SUCCESS. Jr
. K. Dollar Sale. 33 Hromlield t.. Boston. Ma
is daily shipping Iiundrels ol bo.ves and packaj.es
of Valuable eooils nil over the I". . (HNJ worth
of elegant tiold Jewelry. RjK. Pis. sets,
Charms. Ac, Ac. Stlid Silver and Plated Ware,
tntlerr; Glassware, r'aney lioods, (looo artii le)
and all descriptions. Kine Teas, toffees, , roe
rie. rerfunierv. Hair Oils. So,-us. .ve. Al?o
60 '-OO Ivwiks of all kind' and st le.
These iiooil- aro
worth a to y-i .V)
each. and sell at those prices everywhere, jet we
ervwhert. et wc
ly om dollar. fM.(M-a,(.iiphted uatious te,titv t.i
the benefits of our okkat sale, and m oi.r paper
htindiedsof letter are printed from our patrons
in tlmpnst thrte yearv Keim. m, ,a.i .-ave
money, you ran make $10 itu as far as f-Hl els- where.
if you deal with t.s. We want ajrents evkkv-
.....-. .,v . inifiv . ..iiiiii is- ., ii.a,
norapita). c:,xmI -iit .. . Ii.wiih privilege ot'
tei.K before pavim. send fur full rat .
FBlE stsn sow Address. II. OKMISTON ,t
V. K. lOI.L.USAI.K,33 llro infield St .. Bos-
las. jan ti
STAFLE AND FANCY
(Tit ffi Vf ' YT YTl YT r1
f i II K subscriber is now receiving, at the
tand formerly occujiiod by Priht &
Co., w est side of the Square, an assortment j
consisting of Sucar, Coffee, M6lasses.l
Canned Fruit, Ovsters. Candies, Nuts, Coal
Oil, Tobacco, Cigars, etc. Will, also, have
ing good .rticles, which wnl be sold as
cheap as they can be, I
hope to receive a
Teniis, Cash or Barter.
jan. 6, 1876. o
T3URSUANT to an order of the Clerk of
I. the County Court of Lincoln county,'
-p A. , ,
1 enn., upon the suggestion of the executor ;
of the estate of
Mrs. Tabi t ha -McEAven, dec,
of th insolvency of said decedent's estate;
notice is ereby given to all persons having
claims against said estate to present tbem to
the Clerk of said Court, authenticated, on or
before thc '20th day of May. 187.
v.m u .n.tji, ioiu,
for pro rata distribution, or they will bp
forever barred. ;
noT.23 R. D. JIcMILI.EN, Adm'r. j
r I "HE Board of Trustees tafce pleasure in
announcing that Fayette Academy will
be opened for the reception of students on
First Monday in February,1876,
under the management and control of Cap
tain T. I.. Norwood. late of the celebra
ted Bingham School, located at llebanville,
N. C. .The building is now. undergoing re
pairs, ana it will bo mado entirely comiort
.able by the time mentioned.
The school will be organiied and con
! ducted as a Military Institution, but cadet
1 uniforms will not te required the first ses- j
Qinn 1 ria friidti. . n.Il V. i. !,. in n ill .kt !
branches usual taught ia the best Ameri-
1 can schools.
First-das sMstiince will be employed
to whatever extent it may bo found neces-
I The uniform rate of tuition will be f 5
! l.niir.1 rnn i... f . ,!.... .f
, . .......v. IU v...
;10 per month.
WM. BONNER, Jr..,
E. L. DRAKE,
E. L. ALLEN.
C. S. WILSON.
S. W. CARMACK,
Board of 2'ruslces.
dec. 23-tf o
f rHE next regular session of this Acad
JL tmy will begin
Jiiiiuary lOtli, 1S7G.
Tuiti( n fnn, ,,Vo to ms dollars pr month
,. . . r
Course equal to the best school of the
i i , i . j ii i
country. Incidental le one dollar in ad-
w i tjrwvrpQ
ir9, ' i,iJS;l
ilec. lb m o t rmcipai.
FAY' ETTE YILLR
FTI.R an intHTTal o' en. w t-k, eia-
bracin 'he Christmas holidays t!ie
'FaiBltcTills Hijrh Snlinal far Ms"
! 1C-.5 HV...I.. !.:.. '. S . 1 T- 1
i friem-B for liieir .o.'a.cr patro.-i..ge. and to;
solicit its (outiiiuanee. While we pay spe- j
cial attention to ihe ground-work cf edu-
cation, sj e.liii, reaiiinj, writing, -tc, our;
j curri:uluiii cmbraci s most of tho text-,
j books used in the American Colics'1.
j the Sciences, the Higher Mathematics the
j Greek and I.a'i i la::giuj.cs. By a sp-.1i.4l
I arrangement the study of the j
! languages ui.i v lie pursued at a small d
i ditional expi-n-e. No extra chain's tor;
; anything esci jf for French and German, j
j While boih tli.; inslruetors are members of ;
the M. K. t'l'.;:;. h South, and one tf them.
, holds h:s position by the appointment of the !
Tennessee l'oi. f.-roncp, yet that frhlfu! :
J monster ' Si e'.-i ianism-' nt v. r show s him-i
self at all. ' he Bible is read and prayers1
.are offered t ti..d or His blc-s-rps. and if i
j tin body nlj cis li lliat, we allow them to j
keep ihe.r lm; s away. To these who ran '
not pay n.or ey we ;iy. j
Send Your ISovs
amipny lis i.i somethinp; else. To those
! who cai not p:.y at all, wo say send your i
MUST BE EDUCATED.
i To those des'ritiij b. ai d we say, you shall j
have it at $lo jer lnonih, room and lucli
; furi.isli .-il. A'l you hae to !u is to fur-!
nish your cw:i lights and washing.
Tuition riite us follows
Preparaloi-y depirlnieut.2 per moi.th.
j Inierinediaie, $3.1 per monili.
j Iliph Seh(M,l, f l.tKi per nioiiih. j
J Ir.eiJer.til Fee, $1 0J. I
One-half payable in advance tho other at I
. . . 1
expiration ol term. 1
dec. 10 o Ii. M. v T. P.. 1'lSHKtt. .
Oak II ill' Institute!!
''IIIF, next regular session of this school
January :51st, 1S7G,
and continue twenty weeks, under the su
pervision of P. Uimeb.iuh, assist d by
competent tearheis. There will be ar
. - c . f u
tra "f ,,,,,r bepimil'
3rd )f Jaliuary, lH7l. for the accomni
tion of those who wi-h to pursue their
Studies, as well as those who wish to thor
oughly prepare themselves for future teach
ing;. JSpielal tttention will be g'.vtu lo
thoso n .n m.li tit tr-urn- A;ri to
those who w ish to teach: also to
PniV Vpri'iIT Vvv WrrV rpatllPP.Wrrlr '
DJJfi. -LCll-lu, II d.l " W ul i., ICCilLU " Ullj ;
; net I IC UnCV MI.C'P 9, P
1 during the ex'i a ss w eli as the regular ses
tlunng n.e ex'i a ss w ei. as me re-uiar .seR-
hlOII. 1 till llOlil o p. I itir'i.iu
i, ... ,i, i I'nrA 1M
sion, i tur on .rein f- to o per i"oo.,i, ac-,
C0!" no ,;' a n ""': I
month. Jiiod-.-lital It f. Sl.Hi invariaoly in i
"1afu ' ;
One h.tlf of the tu;ti-n must be paid m
i1"1 a"'1 "'-Jli'Ii at ,ic tn'1 j
session unless oil .er arrangements are n-.a-le. .
j lenper cent, .te.iuci.u irom an tun uns
paid in advance, i or itiruier parncuidr.i .
semi for eatahtiue. Afltlress, P. HIM E-1
BAUGii, v.wcW. orW.K.Coi.B. l're-
ident B. of T.
rilIK itPXt srssion
I Stiteniler Oth, 187.. this In-
gtitutioii is intended to tiler tho young!
j ladies of
keep-!LINCOLN AND ADJOINING COUNTIES
advantages to be surpassed by no
mnrnaaA ,v Female
. Collece in the South. Its faculty is co r.-
' posed of experienced tet hers, and its
I terms more moderate than thobo of any
similar institution ;n the State.
Primary Department $lo.0
Grammar do 15.1 KJ
1 1 i-h School do 20-fX)
Modern Languages 10.00
Music (including, use intrument) 30.l
Board from $10 to $12 per month. For
f "" J il .
further particulars spply to
J W II TC1IFK P;
Dn. 0. A. Diemei!
Pres. B. of T.
jaly 8, 1875 o
fiooil ami CUenv!
OR SALK a lirst-rate Iotys .Vash-
r antl rulverwil Wringer two
' - - - . r Z ,1 j
of the best m.i-hine Tor household useevcr
invented. For further particulars apply at t
the tB:t:vra otSce. march.
So. 1,002. '
BY virtue of one writ of Teodiiei ex
ponas to me directed from the honor
able Circuit Court of Liacola county, Ten
nessee, at its NoTember term, 18T6, ia th
case of Uollias, Burton & Co. againat T. D.
Hill, and E. C. McLaughlia, sUyor, I W
expoe to public sale, to the bipbee bidder,
f)r cash, at the court-hou)e door in tbo
twn f Fayetteville, Tennessee, on
Saturday, February 5th, 1876,
all the right, title, claim and interest that
T. D. Jlill has in and to the following
Tract of Land !
j '"R m Lincoln county, Tennessee, Lml
j District No. C, and bounded as lollows, to-
'.wit-On the North by the lands of Newton
i Wiulaker, on thc Last by the lnds of VV .
iP. Tolley and Mark Whitaker, and on the
South L" tlie lands of A- J- Whitaker and
jT. D. Hill. Levied on as the property of
' T. D. Hill, to satisfy one judgment against
; - -
I mm, auu in iavor 01 iioiiiua, ounuu -v v. v.,
i for .'JtS.OO, besides interest and cost,
j . W. A. MILLARD,
i janl3-nSU Sheriff.
. i r r ir. it- . o . t.
sos. 9.1, 981and9So.
virtue of three writs of venditionT
exponas to me directed from the hon-
(orable Circnit Court of Liacjln county,
i Tennessee, at its November term, 1S75, in
i the cases of J. B. Thomisoa and James .
TTnlm n arlintit T T Tn.Ltn Trt ni Tl It 1
l itviiilliii OplH.I.H v V l v. ? J' - j V
and W. W. dames, security, I will expos
i to public sale lo the highest bidder, for
'cash, at the rourt-house door in the tow it
of Fayetteville, Tennessee, on
I Saturday, February 5th, 187G,
'all the right, title, claim and interest that
;... Tucker has in an 1 t the followius
! Three Tracts of Land!
! The tint, ituattnl in Civil DislnVt Xoy "
I 7, Lincoln county, Tennessee, and bound
ed as follows, to-wit On the Xofli by the.
I lands of J. ti. Harrisoiv, .-nthe Went by
the laud of M. I). I.. Wlutaker, on th
,p . . ! South by the landcf Ten. Warren, and oiv
1 llOrOUgll,: j ast- j . jiuPicrrv (Veek, containing
SO Acres, .More or Less!
., , . ,,. ., v.
i i no second tract in ( iuI District No. 4.-
.. . ... , , , ,
; J.ine.dn count v, Tennessee, and rx'unaed a
follows On the North bv the lands cf W.
.... , ... .. . ,
, II. Moore andliCO. narren, hat br the1
' .iiiie, on the .Soutft by tle lands of M. II.
j Hornier, and on the Wot by Mrt!bTry
The third tract, lyin? in Civil Di-tri-t
No. I. Lincoln comity, Tennessee, anl
)i.nn;lol as follows On the North by th"
d iwi ri.!' Vm. M .l:in;i s on t!i West bv
. the ?.m and the i.h..n ..r m. h. r-,nnerr
r t." iltill-T
70 Acres, More or Less!
Said tracts will be sold, except a home
stead of t tvetity acres, which, has been set
Levied on as the property of J- J.
Tucker, to satisfy three judgments against
J. .1. Tucker, principal, an I W. W. .1 anus,
surety, and in favor of .1. I?. Thoiuison a.il
James W. llolman, for r; 1 .0,", besivles in
terest and eots. W . A. MILLARD.
virtue of one writ of vnditioni e-
iioiias to me directed trom the hotior-
t'ireuit Court of Limoln tounty, Ten
nessee, at it- November term, lJi., in
the ca.se of Kthelven MeKinney against W.
I.. Silvester, I will eo to public sab
to tlie highest bidder, for cash, at the court
house duor in the town of Fayettewlle,
Saturday, February itli, 1S70,
all the riahf, title, claim and interest that
Jr. L. Sihcifer has in and to the follow
Tract or Farcci of Land!
situated in Civil District No. 17, Lincoln
county. Tennessee, and bounded as follows,
to-wii: On the North by tlie lands of Bet
sy Patterson, on the Fast by the lands ot"
William MeAnn and John Patterson, on the
Soutli by the lands of J. 15. Maddo.v, and ou
the West by the lands of (ieorge Phillips,
Ten Acres, .More or Less!
Levied on as Ihe property of W. L. Sil
vester, to satisfy one judgment against him
and in favor of Ethclven McKiuney, for
SlM.oli, besiJes interest and costs.
W. A. M!l.LA.:i.
Clerk ail Sjccial Cammissioiter's
BY virtue cf a decrei of the County
Court of Lincoln county, Tennessee,
pronouneed at tlie December term, in
the cause of John Swazy et als agaiost
David S. Larkins et a!s, I will, on
Tuesday, 25th t'.f Jrtnuary, 1876,
at the court house door in tlie'town of Fav-
'ftit. - v. n f mr.',, -.Minti. ... . f . . .
etteville, Lincoln countv. Iennesee,
f"r Sa'e to the highest bid-.'er, thc followirg
rn . t r l
1 rflCt Ol Land!
frit(1!,t(.( ; Lincoln county. Tennee.?
t iviJ Hivtnrt No 25 belonging to the heirs
of Henry Iarkins, deceas d. and known
f nrr :n in,i ...it ,i.i r.,
; , ,, V- .1 V .L t I r "
On the North by the lands of Henry
Warren, on the Sot.th bv the lands of Thos
Baxter and then., on thV Kast by the land
ot- T1)((S . Mosely anI Walker, and on tie
W) St ,,y ,he lamh of Kilipatriek and Stan-
-, . . . ,rt
tontmmng About 2,tC0 Acred !
Said land will be divide! into lots to suit
j purchasers, and a plat exhibited on thc day
j Terms of Sai.k: Said lan. I will bo sold
. on a credit of one and tw o years, except the)
j sum of 5 per cent, in cash. Notes with twu
! or more good and su.ficieut securities will
be requited of the purchaser, and a lieii
retained on the land until the purchase moo
becinsIllIly,leV:s t)ai., P. I HfiVfl.-
-J ' I " . . ... m v.
dec. 23 o
Clerk ami Special Com.
ArTOH "1 if "A T flT i rVTT
Mi& Jl. JlJ. UlAJjIA1
1 S prepared to make
GenBoisi'i or CMIirea's Cltttbiiie
n the host manner, and as cheap as any
reasonable person could ssfc.
Work always done when Promised.
0rdcr3 respectfully solicited.
made in tho latest style.
B. J. Chafin's.
Residence at Mr.
nor. 23. 1875.
MS SOL U1IO.Y.
r I 'Ub tirm ot cooley, Cradshaw a Turlev
jl expired by limitation Ptce
ioij. .u persons lnnemea to tne farm for
lumber or work are notified to come forward
nil Setlle. and all bavin - rUiins .ii-.f
. L - tl , , . . . .
Mil seme, ana ;
tte Mrne lo .(
Jan G-"t '