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Cur .Washington keUer,
WAsiirscfi.foNjD. C, J an. 23, '78
The n-.)L hundred a! seven
Republicans who voUvl fttearli
a-. . J
to prevent the passage ol the
. '. ,
(yipver investigation resolution
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miist have nncereer-siitiors when
lure nee betw.cn 31r. Haves and
A , , , , - ,
the. Kepubheau leaders who.
,thc opposition to the;
, -..xl-r ir
Held, aud other leaders
havoa liistory connected with
Co ftgrcs and the Departments
for the period to be inquired in
to, while Mr. Hayes has not.
They fear, the exposure of af
jfairs vith which they hac been
collected any time these past
ten years, while he has but one
thing to fear, and ihatis inquir
ing, into his title to the Presi
dency. As Mr. Glover osten-
i fit i At. Itt ml , I i cc-i. I I , t m "o
"IYcHdVnt," Mr. Hayes
3ss- thought it was the course
of wisdom to go with Mr. Glo
ver. So ho. surrendered every
civil service reform and the
vontroi oer removals from of
f.ctTto the Chairman of a Dem
ocratic Committee. The words
in which he. does this are aslol
lows: 'Touching the suggestion
contained in your letter that
witnesses who may testify be
fore the Committee may be ap
prehensive of losing their pla
ces if they testify truly andfnl
Jy, you are at liberty to assure
all subordinate officers that the
fact of their testifying before
the. Committee shull not be used
to their prejudice."
Senator JKhiinc, irrepressible
Ciul irreconcilable, attacked the
carty dead of Massachusetts on
Tuesday in the Senate. That
State was offering to the nation
al hall of statuary a statue of
her list Governor, "William
King, and it was in remarks on
this semi-funeral subject that
ihc Maine Senator attacked the
ghosts of old Bay State politi
cians. If the Senators from
Massachusetts had let the mat
jer drop, the afTair would have
attracted no great attention.
Jnt they involved themselves in
n debate with Blaine, and as he
can talk faster and invent facts
faster than any other living man,
lie had decidedly the advantage
of them. Theie is something
wonderful in the facility with
which Blaine recalls historical
facts, creates oilier facts, and
aningles in one mass what is false
und what is true. Add to this
an assurance that r.o one else on
earth can rival, and wc have
Blame, by all odds the superior
of any other man in an emer
gency like 'that of Tuesday.
In the House yesterday there
vre eulogies on Senator Bogy.
In the Senate Mr. Blaine in
troduced an ingeniously absurd
Lii making1 the silver dollar a
Jeal tender, and directing that
coinage the number ol
irrains should be
time to time to keep the coin
on an equality with the gold
dollar in value. Senator Mat
thews said he - would insist on. a
vole to-morrow (Frida) on his
It is to be hoped no other
people ever invented so many
ir!?lhods of "honoring" their
t "I A
rcat men as wc nave. j;e-
ign aiC Coming in m im: inc
of several a day for a Wash
ington Monument. They inf
.of all degrees of absurdity, and
the letters accompanying are
not always .conectly spelled or
intelligibly written. In this
multitude of new ideas I hope
itolhimr will be found to take
iho place of the original monu-
iient. Wliicli tnotigu noi oeuu-
tiful nor perhaps strictly appro-
jiriftte, cannot be auanuoneu
without a confession of failure.
By far the most elaborate
celebration cf the season here
was that on the occasion of the
marriage of the Kin of Spain.
At. the nriiicipal Catholic church
. during the day, and at the res
idence of the Spanish Minister
at night, all that is distinguished
or fashionable was present.
in Old Citizen Gone.
Vc relict to announce the
leath'of Sir. William Spencer,
father of Capts. J. F. and B.
F Spencer, which occurred at
his residence on Farris Creek,
'this county, Monday, , 2Ut inst.
He was boni in Virginia in
17P7, and removed with his
father to this section in 180b,
making his residence in this
county extended through ape--;-.d
of seventy years. His
t" i Tuesday, at the .bury mg
' " ".: t.n. J. IL Tay-
I, -aencc, was attended by
"... r.:imber of people
Deat.ii oi frof. Batcher.
At a regular meeting o ,Cal
hmin Lodge No. 2G, I. O. O.F.,
Fayetteville. heJd Friday, 25th
in&t., Ihc ' following preamble
and resolutions were adopted
To the X. G., Ojficers a;nd
Members of Calhoun Lodge
yo. vo, j. o. o. f
The undersigned committee
appointed to draft a preamble
and resolutions in relation to
the death of our Brother J. TV.
Hatcher, fcubmit the iollow-
The community and our fra
ternity have heard with emo-
Y . Ilatchcr. lour committee
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if Mibruittimr this report deem
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tit jiiht jind inoper to speak of
.1 f .;.
educator and an Odd-Fellow.
He came into our midest some
five or six years aro and took
, .. r.. ,
charge ot I ayetteville rcmale
tMr, ' t..;..:i ii.
r r ,
soon fastened the conviction ui-
on the community that he was
a man of high moral character
and a christian gcntleman,which
he maintained a long as he re
mained with us. "We esteemed
him for his moral and social
qualities, and confided in him
for his truth and integrity. His
life was spent in the service of
the profession which he had
chosen, that of an educator, for
which l.c Wds 0 eminently n-
dapUd and qualified. Though
doubt-!ou,.1not Jiving reached the
meridian of ordinary life, he
was thoroughly qualified, and
posessed marked ability and
tact for imparting instruction
to the young; and now that he
there are those m our
community whom he educated
who will be referred to as evi
dences of his ability as a teach
er, and who will ever be ready
and willing to respect and ven
ciate his memory.. He contin
ued in the service of this, the
noblest of professions, until al
most the last hour of his life,
having quit the school-room on
ly a few weeks before his death
which was occasioned by ill
As an Odd-Fellow, he was
tried and found not wanting.
He loved the principals of Odd
Fellowship and its teachings,
and ever adhered to and prac
ticed its golden rules. Though
often prevented by .sickness
from attending the regular meet
ings of the Lodge, he was with
us in heart andsympathyand wc
all know that he possessed those
qualities of heart ar.d nature
that prompts the prayer for our
prosperity and success.
As a citizen, teacher and Odd
Fellow he is entitled to com
mendations of praise; and it has
been well said, that
"'Jlif ilrath ol those distinguished ly sta
tion, Hut by virtue nior awaits the'niin t
To t-olcmn drtad and strikes Baddenintr
and impressed with this feeling,
it is thereJore
Itcsolved, That in the death
of Brother Hatcher, the Frater
nity has lost a worthy member,
the community a good citizen
and a faithful and competent
teacher, who so demeaned him
self as to secure the best wi li
es of all, and whose death, "in
the midst of his days" is a
source of profound sonow and
regret. His family a kind hus
band and father.
Resolved; That we tender
our heartfelt svmpathies to the
widow and family of the de
ceased in this their sad bereave
ment, and that a copy of theee
proceedings be sent to the fami
ly of the d. ceased.
Resolved, That this preamble
and these resolutions be spread
upon the minutes, and that the
usual badge of mourning be
worn by the members of this
Lodge for thirty days.
Resolved, That these resolu
tions be published in the Fay-
Submitted in Friendship,
Love and Truth.
M. W. "Woodard, ")
.1. It. hFIVFV.
I). W. HoLMAN",
Amons: the Dead Failures
Of the past, how many bogus rostrums
may be numbered! 13rgi lining their careers
with a tremonuous nourish of trumpets,
blazened for a t me. in the public prints and
on flaming posters, Foon, but not too soon,
were they n legated to the limbo of things
lost on em-lli. But Hosletter's St mach
Hitters is a living and thriving remedy. It
goes on, curing and to cure. Neither un
derhand nor open compel ition affect it. On
the contrary, contrast with inferior rival
preparations only increases its popularity.
It has been repeatedly imitated, but with
out success. Counterfeits or it have been
surreptitiously introduced, but have fallen
flat. Everyw here it entrenches itself in the
confidence of the people; and well it may,
for it is a thoroughly reliable invigorant of
the feeble, banishes dyspepsia and constipv
tion, braces the nerves, cures rheumatic ail
ments and kidney complaints, and eradi
cates and prevents intermittent and remit
In the Knights of Honor
eleven assessments were called
for during: the year 1876, the
same number wus called for du
ring the year 1877, making a
total cost of. $22.00 for two
years, on a policy of $2,000.
Can any person wish for cheap
Stop that terrible cough,' and thus avid
a consumptive's grave, by takiug Dr.
rifcrce'a Golden Medical Discovery. As a
cough remedy it is unsurpassed, fjold by
A Maine postmistress vtas
fincd$in.80 for opening a let
ter yassing through her office.
Airsrrlcl hl.hmt vrhm at OatraBill Enxwttloe for
sder o iMli; i flavoring. Th. kMt labMwa
CTisr Bisaa. v. oar Din. nnp nwmTi
ImitAWi on inferior lc&e,
tliM JiKkmm-t mmrnu mm sm.
tn myrmry brt If in tal?rs. wen
fne, ia C. A. Co., Mfn, faMtsearg,
A FARM AND HOME
OF YOUU owsr.
FOH AX ACHE
Of fl-.e M Land in Amciifii. SjWlO.OOO Arm in
X-itcrn Jielrfik, on i he line of the In Ion
I'lM-ilin RaUroiut u. w t'ui .ile. 10 yriu crt'.i
it riven, iiiifiefct only 6 fcr c-nt. 1 1i-e are the
pbVt lamif run Sii.K on the lie of ijiic UkeaT
ICiii.KoA)). tlie Wom.ii'a Hiu way. ferul tor 'Ibe
Nt:w 'JloMiJet. the best j.upcr for tliux k ing
new homes t-vrr pulilinuii Full tntoruiaiioii.
with map. fnlHiE O. F. 1AVIS, Lad
Areol V, P. (E.. It., Omcliit, fteU.
A EfiEAT fftR HOLIDAYS!
U t if, lnria(f tbee II1RO TI7IE i nml li e
IlttLinmii iti&pos ot low IMKW PIAXOil
mul fUtCiAAS, of HrAt-ela uitiLtrs til lower
priws ioriili. ir 4imtHniorits. ilian ever tief. ro
oLerril. UATL'ltVFUNUS nuj IKGA!SM
me ilie BLVi' AlAIJI, warvar.Urt lor 5 yean.
Ill Catalogue Mjiileil. Oreat inrinrvnicnt lo the
trHfltt PIAVO. T-ortato. flW; T.', octave. lfiO.
OUAV S"t, : 4 stop. S3: 7 sto..
8 8top, toA lOeUip. 6i: 12 Kto. in ixsrfi ct
or ler not ux-il a ear Shuet muic at half prii e.
UOtlACK WATERS S4).&, Maau U uil
l.'elurs, 4t Eart Mih Street. New ork.
Sewing M:ieine S the easiest felliiip and beat aat
isfviiiK iu Iho market It bat a very large thut
tle; make the lork-stiUh: is simple ill cunBirii'--tion:
very lixht-rinining. and nlniot noiu-lesa. It
Is almost impossible for other ma hi e to sell ii:
divert conij)Btiton with I he White. Agent
Witnted. Apply forterm to While Sett ing
iTiacuiiee l tieveiano,
E CVlll FITS!
When I sut erne Idonot man merely to toi
them for a t:mc an. I thrn have them return iig iin.
I mean a radical cure. I am a regular physician
ana nave Dune mo uucabe 01
FITS. EPILEPSY or FALLEN SICKNESS
. lii'e-loiicr stinly. I varrf.nt mr rem'eJ v to cv.rc
the worst caes. lleranae oilier have failed ia no
reason lor it now r reiving-a eurc from me. Send
to me at once fr a Treatise and a free Hot tie
of my infallible reinexlj . Give express and pott
office. It cot you nothing fur a trial, aud I will
cnreymi. Addrcw Ui. II. U.IIOOT. 185 Teal St..
W-paife Picture Hook free. My r.lai
beats all to make money. It ieay, lion-
TeM. aim pa, a you iiui nay. 1AIL c
WUKK POK AM;
In thoir.u localities, eanvnisinz for the fire.
hide Visitor, (eiil.trped) Weeklv and Monthly
lirt'Kt rajer in lue uena, with Main
moih ciiromos h'trc. Hue ouiiuiMtns to Asenti
I'enns and (UitOt Free. Address P. O. VIC K.
I.ltV, Anumta, .Tiaino.
fiTalra Fine ITIixed Cardu, n ith name. 10
' ets.. poft-panl. 1 JO.N .V !... N
Krtail price JD'lO only 2fi0 Tar
loror'tns, prii-e8lilo"nlv l'a
per free. W.MKL "JBKATTY
Wathingtoti. N. J.
CiOAA I'Ki: MONTH made sell in b the Gyie
jmir seope or Planetary Top, I!u a.i'' e Slaioa-
ry I'aekaire, Magic Ten (no ink reqni'-ed) lata
logneof Agents t.ood free. lSUlKEYEAOVtL-
r t.U., t incinn. ti, u.
Fu rniCurc & Coffins.
T. J3. WILSON,
Fayctteville, - - Tcnii.
JJAS just received a largo stock of
Bedsteads, oratresses. Bureaus
Safes. Wash Stands, Chairs,
and other articles in that line, which he
will sell ts low as such goods can be bought
in tins market.
Also, always on hand
Cases, Caskets, and Home-made
its cheap as can be had in the place- And
a pod heaise, pontic hot6es nn-l careful
driver. J. ii. WILSON
dec. 27 o
Fayctteville, - - Tennessee.
hWarehonse near the depot. janl7
II. K. BKYSOX. W. T. S0L03J0X. U. K. HOLMAN
Bryson, Solomon & Co.,
(College St near X. W. corner Square,)
WOODARD & GRAY.
WnuLESAI.K DEALER8 IX
DURSUANT to an order of the Clerk of
1. the County Court of Lincoln county
Tenn., upon the suggestion of the executor
of the estate of
E. C. McLaughlin, 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 Court, authentica
ted, on or before June 15th, 1878
for pro rata distribution, or they will bu
jan.JO o G. W. HIGGINS, Adm.
"OUESUANT to an order of the Clerk of
A the County Court of Lincoln county,
lenn., upon the suggestion of the adinmia
trator of the estate of
E. L. Allen, 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 Court, authenticated, on or
before April 15, 1878, for pro rata
distribution, or they will be forever barred
M. D. HAMPTON,
novl5o C. S. WILSON, J '&am '
has removed to his
IV E W SHOP .
on College street 3 doors from the Square
AND is now prepared to furnish Marble
and Gray Stono work at lower prices
than ever before. Call and examine de
signs and prices. . Ja. 24.
MORTON B. HOWELL, President.' - .
OHIce No. G, Nortli Market Street,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Paper.
T K ore the only pnper manufacturers in the Slate, and our faeiHtic 1 for procuring
t good and cheap a o k are sueh that we tun o3'tr superior induceiutcii to all par
ties using our kind of goods.
Sews paper a Specialty and orders from publishers solicited.
Highest cash price paid for all kinds cf p?per stock. dec27-Cm
-i-p-p rp"pcrp Jn order to rlairont ttir rtuti of verv mjerior Crld-p'attd JfUfli J-Ttred ?
vJlViliV 1 I over X.t00. we will feud a btlow.SO 1'iet-r. all miautwi v.tld pla id for
tl.OO, 1 pair Gold fione bleeve But tif: 1 vail Ki giavid Met ve tu'.U I r 1 i I'oi- ei Stttls;!
et Amethtbt Studs; 1 Weddmir King; 1 Eugiavsd lsjii.6 Fil (t'. r Itii.p: 1 AmcU.Vft ioi c Hivg. in-
B 1X1 laid with Gold ; 1 KlrM t KiliK tnaiVed Kiiei.rrhip;" 1 lnciht Stce elr
V1VVJV1a iin inlaid with Odd; 1 Silvern I.'M Tin: 1 et Laiiks' Jet ai d Gold 1Mb atd
Drop; 1 Misen' set Jet and Gold; 1 Coll ir Stmi ; 1 et )lanU n.e hctel t d Jai0irp: 1 (insts tl
gant Lake Goorjro diamond Stud: limdnil hd kfrad NcV.1mi: 1 ia I lr nHlyt 8;rre
VirTl Ear Ir.ps. inlaid w ith Gold ; I Ijidie' Orndn ci.tcri Jel En., ih; 1 1 ant y Jcarf Rinyt nd
J- AjA. Klefrnnt watt h Cbain. Take voi.rciioice. the entire lot of SO aect Post-paxl
for Sl.OO r any 8 piece you cliooe fo' f50 cents No l Ibe timetu jualce n.on y. lhcje rrij
rasiiv be i. tmn-.l at 810 C)(
resent rree an Open
JX' A' JUAWil-' ANDJEW'EUIV ClRLULAIt
NOTICES T3aC3D 3PX1.2I2ES.
.nnia...i.AMiv m.a Pncinn e.i.i.n ,YM.hka Trrhlcrhlr of both advprtl,rr and icooda as Loir.ff
h'motable ia bUdeal'iuira.tind reliable la Lis good."a
DUpatch. December 7, 187C
The house ia tliorouirlilv reliable one In everr repi"rt Boston Glel e. Kt 55, 1678
Hi repntatton for honesty, fair dealing, and liU'raUtj- i nueiualed by m actertuer In ttl
citv N Y. Uav Book. Decemlier 10. 1810. . .,...
Advertises more aud ell cheaper iliau anv man In New ork. Herald. Ajol IS I87T
p. STOCKMAN, 47 Bond Street, Xew York.
Sewing Machine Department,
I WILL send to any address per man, on
receipt of the money, any kind Sewing
Machine needles, per dozen, 25 to 40 cenU,
oxcent the McClain & Hooper, and i.cox
& Gibbs, which is $1 00 per dozen.
Corders for any iiaciune
4 heel Castors lor any. MatUine...rW.
4 Hemmers anuiiuiuer
1 Gust Kun.-r uesj ao ?i.w.
1 Tucker or Folder do do oOc. ;
A Ul I M I
utsr iiw - - ,
ohine attachments lower 1
Any Sewing Mc
than ever known.
Sew ing Machine? rebuilt good as new at
from 2.50 to S 15.00.
I WILL S ELL FOR CASH !
The New Home, box top, one drawer,
The New Home.drop leaf,4 drawers,37.f 0
The Remington 33.00;
The American, drop leaf, box top,
45 00 !
The St. John, patent box top two
The St. John do do 4 do pearled
The E. Howe, box top, 1 diawer.. 32 f.O .
TheE. Howe do do 4 do.... 37.50'
All Machines wairanted new.
dec. 13 o D. B. HOLT.
TWO MORE GREAT QUESTIONS
FIRST That all who buy their goods from
J. L. BRYANT & CO. are prosperous
SEC0X D That J. L. BRYANT & CO. have
the latest purchase, and the cheapest,
freshest and newest Btylcs of goods in
Of course they are selling them cheaper
than those who bought at inguer .prices,
Bulldozing,", which they do
tot propose to rr sort to.
They invite all their friends, and espe
cially THE Ia t DIES
to call and examine their goods and prices
betore theF buy. They have all the new
est styles of Collars, Cuffs, Buttons, Dress
ofoods, llats. Bonnets, Ribbons, Scarfs,
Flower?, Jewelry, Hosiery, Corsets, Fara
'o's.Umbrf Uas.Gioves.Fans, and everything
hat a lady needs. They also keep every
trticle a voung man NEEDS, and all that an
jld man WANTS, in the Clothing and Agri
cultural line. They ask all to come and
ee their goods and learn their pi ices, and,
n fact to buy what they need, aud go
home and grow rich. They keep
The Best Sewing Machines,
The best Reaper and Mower,
THE BEST HILLSIDE PLOYS,
The best Double Shovel Plow.
now manu'actured, and are selling them at
the lowest prices.
Their establishment is headquarters for
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Their stock of Drugs, Patent Medicine s,
'fc, is unequalled.
The farmers can find no place equal at
which to buy their Seeds.
All their trade is "mutual and reliable.
If you dm't want 8150. worih, take what
you want and they will thank you. '
aug. 2 o J. L. BRYANT & CO.
TOE Coal from these mines, formerly
worked by II. H. Roberts, now leased
by the undersigned, is thus desciibed by
Commissioner Kilebrew, in his Special Re
port on the coal-field of Little Sequatchee
and the Cumberland Table Land :
"There is (ound nowhere in the State a
coal supeiior to this as a grate coal. It is
free burning, very hard and cubical. It re
sembles the best Pittsburg coal. It is deep
black andshinr and shows a beautiful 1am-
natea appearance. lt w.u
js wpII as limestone rock owins to its free -
, T . Ml -.1. -1 ... I
x . T-l A A A
loin iroui xro.. FJrw. .
Kailroads to aisrani marKets, r tor use vu
lam vessels, there is none superior to it
We are prepared to furnish
in any quantity at reduced rates, to parties
ordering this and the next month, for deliv
ery before 1st September. Apply to our
agent Mr. J. 13. Caldwell, at Fayetta.
ville, or to us directly.
julyl9-tf GIBSON & JONES.
1. T. KODF.S.
W. I. HAETSELL
U,ode Sc Co.,
AT THE DEPOT,
HAVE made arrangements to keep
on hand a fall supply ot the celebra
ted Battle Creek and other good coal at
tbeiryard, near the Depot, Fayetteville,
and respectfully inform the public that
they w ill be able to 'supply them at all
sns3 TOUT CBsr.
Tbeiryard will be stocked now with a sup
ply for winter use, and parties may rely
upon their being able to furnish them at
any time with any quantity they may need.
Their coal will be fully protected from the
weather They will screen all 6f their
oal here, and it will all be weighed upon
their own scales. Strictly lump oal will'
oe soia ai ,
20 Cents perBushcl,delhered
and their customers may rely npojf getting
what they pay for. jul 12-tf
JAJ. CIUG3EY, crttalj and Tria&urer
C Llil PHKnilHI. To ci.vi.nf on.eiiiifr 1 Loi. at SI W ou.iL
tare Coin 8Uvor Walch a f itmitui. Ailii
couimeiidation we hartilf tudor. St. ttu '
J. C. & F. M. XELSO,
Xorth Side Public Square,
BUY Corn, Wheat and Grain of all sorts,
Chickens, Butter, Eggs, etc., and keep
ou hand a full Ftork of tatnily and Fancy
GroctirieSi Mrkelillg and jf,,,,; Supplies
e-Hnt-rallr. Brinir us vour Grain and 1'ro-
r " '
d d t the hi IIiarket price
' Jl V-
J. C. & F. M. KliLSO.
West side Public Square, Ogilvie'a old
IS receiving in addition to hij present
Lead and V adding,
Horse Shoes and Nails,
all of which he proposes to sell at a small
CASH or UAliXlJK.
J. E. HANCOCK,
Xti y etto villa, Teun
Dealer in'all kinds of
UR STOCK ii new and fresh. Consu
mers in town ot country are invited to
call and see us and examine our goods and
prices before buying elsewhere, jan. 10
T, 3, Fr-ice & Go.'
n AS OPENED A NEW HOUSE on Col
lege street, at the stand formerly oc
upicd by Price & Cole, wheie he intends
keeping a choice stock of .
of every lind suited to family use, besides
bacon, lard, butter, eggs, vincg.tr, and other
usual tablesupp!ies,all of which will be sold
Very Lor fur Cah or Good Barter !
The CHOICEST LIQUORS OF EYERTKIND
Always on Ilnud.
By prompt and fair dealing having the
, best articles that can be had, and keeping an
! r t r.. -r
i vl UCI I! HWUOC,
AN.1nnl Vi l C f T
hope for a continuance of
T. J. MICE & CO,
South-west corner Public Square,
rayettcvillc, - - Tennessee,
Lincol n County Whisky,
Brandies ? c. Vc.
We keep on hand a full and assorted
We deal in Grain, and will pay the
Highest Market price; for Grain
OT all Sorts!
All orders from a distance for pure Whis
ky promptly uiiled and satisfaction guar
anteed. We tike in exchange for Whisky
and Groceries all kinds of
Barter and Conatry Produce 1
"THE TREE IS MOWS BT ITS FRUIT"
u XuK'a PlUa arc worth tneir wrieht !n jroJJ."
, REV. I. R. 8IMP30W, UwvUI, Kf
Tatt'a Pilla 'ere a tpecial' klewintr ol to. eia.
UaUwBtnry.,,BEV-y- R. OSOOQD.Ncw York.
' I haT oaaA Tntf a PtlU for torpor of tha Iirtr.
They an superior to any medicia biliary Cia-
L P. CAJW, AHoraay it Law, Aagutta, Sc.
" I have need Totrt Pilla Sc yw In my family.
Tkev arcnaeooaled forcostivenejaand Biiisointaa."
1 F. R, WILSON, Oacraetewc, Tcaaa.
'1 have wed Ttrtt't f edieinc wUh pre bcneBt.
W. W. MANN, Editor Mobile RaojtUr.
"Wa wTl fftv boxea Tatt'a Pilla to five cX ail
other. '-8AYRE & CO., CartercwUc, Oc
"Tatt'a Pilla hava ooly to b tried to eaUWUk
their merita. Ther work like mafric''
W. H. BARRON, M iammar SL, Bloa.
- There ia no medicine ao w.11 adaptad to th cur.
of WUooa disorder aaTutt'a Pilla." ,
J08. BRUMWEL, Riofemofld, Virginia.
AND A THOUSAND MOftt. '
They are genuine. Write to them. It
will cost but a postage stamp.
Heartache. Pain in tbo Shoaldera. Dll-
n.st, Soar Kructtlon of thatomach,Bad
Tat in tho Mouth, Billon Attacks, Pal
pitation of th Heart. Pain in the relon
Sf tho Kidney., Tlahtneaa of th i Choat.
DoapondoncT, Celooiu, and Fortbodlpara of
Evil, are all tha offaprlna-a of rpJ4,tT
For tUe.o complaints IK. ICTI'S HVER
PILLS bar, a o.uiil. A aiujclo doac wlU
(Mnvi .sy Ml.
That Qninlno only effocta a temporary sna
penslon of tho attaoka of Fovrr sad A (too
unleaaita B.a ia preoeded by a reliable anti
bilioua Medicine. . ....
The teatimony of thoviaanda eatabilahec
beyond a donbt that DU. TUTT'S PILLS,
followed by Qnlnine, la a permanent ouce
for Chilis and Fever.
TR. TITTT'S PILLS are prepared with
rreat care and tody, in exaet accordance
with the principle of chemical compatibil
ity. They are aafe. Contain no daocerone
dm a-. Keqolre no chance of diet or occu
price tS CenU. W?tee 33 Jfttrray Areas,
Hew Yorh. Bold eeiwyvAgre.
TUTTS UAli DVE
PRO0FI PR00F1I PR00FIII
Da. TtrTT: Dear Sir We wih to Icfbrm
ro that your Hair try. excels all other.
For IU natural ooiorlii g It cannot be equaled.
Our custodier will use ao other. It la a
"rat UlTSx'OJtT HAAS,) Barbara,
. .. . . C&Ad. HOaM, S New Orleans.
HIGH TESTIMONY. ?
FROM TfTt PACIFIC JOCKS
"A GREAT INVENTION fc
baa been made by 15a. X t tt, of ew York,
which restores youthful beauty to th. bair.
That eminent chemist ha succeeded iu
producing a Hair Dye which lmltatee
natore to perfection. Old bacoelora way
Prlee $1.00. Oftem 9S Xurvy
Xnt lorh. Sold by mU lruygUt.
PRFWItJTf WATCH ASD CIUIS-
tem-wuider.Fre wit h ctctt orl-. Out
fit free. J. B. Gyhxti coUUtaim. liL
(SOLD PLATED WATCHM. Cheapert
the known woria. bampis waxMr-m m
Afftnit. Addreo. A. Coux.ru v.buuaau.
! MorpMn. Hsbk bwlly
tr. AftrtsTrntedeTrTwlier. Bu-
lDembt' Icily If tfiumierrTiouianirr
Audreaa J.Woara Co.. St. Loula. Mo.
AMERICAN and FOREIGN PATENTS.
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Iloamer Ce., Solicitors. Tatenia proourel
in all conntriea. NO FEES 1M ADVANCE.
No charge nnle tiie patent i a-ranteU. No fee
for unking preliminary examinations. Jfo addi
tional fee for obtain mi and conducting a rehear
ing Bv a recent decision of the Xommisiner
A LL reiected applit-ations may be rerived. tpe-i-ial
attention ftvi-n to Interferenre Cae before
the Patent Offiee, Extension before Congrei. la
fringeinent Suit iu different Slates, aud all litlga
tion apDertainii'C to Inventions or Patents. Send
ttaiup tblilLilOUi; & CO., lor uauiphlut of ity
LAP CASES, LAUD WARRANTS, aai
Contested Land Cases prosecuted before the VS
General Land Office anil lepartment of the Inte
rior. Private Lund Claim. 51 i Mine and Ire
Euptioil C laim, and Uomeeiead C ai.es at
tended to. Land Si-rip in 40. S). and 10 acre pie.
ce for tale. Ibis Scrip is assignable, andean be
located in the name of the pnrcbaer tion any
Government land subject to private entry, at 11.85
per acre. It is of equal value with Bounty Land
Warrants. Send ataeip to U1LMOKB. i CO. for
pamphlet of Instruction.
ARREARS OF PAY as. BOUNTY.
Officers, Soldier) and Sailors of the late
war. or their heirs, are in many cae entitled to
moner from the tiovemmont of which they have
no knew ledge. Write full history ofservUo, and
state amount or pav and bounty receive l. Ku
cloe stamp totiILlff)KK4CO., and a full teply
after examination, will be given you free.
All Of ficers,Soldlers. and bailors wonnde.1,
ruptured, or injured iu the late war. howevei
li glitly. can abtain a pension by addressing UI I.
MuUEiCO. Cases prosccntod by CILMOIIE CO., be
fore the supreme Court ol the Cnited Ktatc. the
Court of Claims, and the fcouthern Claim Com
misKion. Each department of mir business is comluctcd in
a soparate bureau, undercharge of the same ex
perienced parties employed by the old firm
Prompt att.-nlion to all business entrusted to
VILiVtOltE CO. is thus secured. We desire
t' in sue-ss hy deserviDgit. CilLilOUil CU.
6;r' Street, Washington, U.C. leh.10
5 AN U?
crii of E.prodocton !
:hc SitMM. of Womea.
u:r. that unflc fnr tt . fil.
J(r radiag. aD page, fim
Otlll:or.f. rot priTH Ivnture .rum) tnna BelT
Atuse, Eioe, or 8 sere t Uncs, iu tu bcri
tnctnt of rur-, ailflryf M,r. price ;.Urts
A CLIIIIOAi LECTtJItS on lS lwr dMlM trti
Ol f th. Threat ard Innc. Cetarrhsptiur., UM
Op nm Hbit.ac,prlr iO.
til hrr bonfc tt nt ro,rpfl id rT rretlpt of prfr. : or all tana,
.orrftinins &mic. lyniTtimr.T iinirft'.ofl. tnr 75
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Advertisements arc inserted in the or
4er in which they are handed in.
FHnM iloplul, 1ST
6mn atkiort.. il.
Ilk Cor tb
'cvnWI Dimmn tt
Private Mtir Nratanc from rly .UKW. mr lafMrtlwa
tt mthr SJ. NcaatmiU Wiskaw pralicii KialMdaM
1m of f onorr, Ipairr4 elarht, lm MiukM4 m
laiMf moj. Kerv.M iHrbllHy, pnMLy smi; tl
ml tb. Iiail4er, kvldaer, l.lrrr. Luntx AjthmrL. (uwrk,
IduhklnMM. Ur. OU mm d a lltr-Urn tnmr mn4
Urw wm. Ma. UI. H.b fwlut ml tka fcfaw Srmmmt,
mum no nmrrmry. mm tk. mmrmu pnrilo in tU U. S. l.AlIt rm
aukuir muw wnk HTBt! aom. aad ka4, call m will. E
irj eoanulwa for mmxirnf. Hmrni trty mmmtt fat mm.ftm mi R".
Umotmi aud elmiar of imporuxl iavmaUoa my mrnjmmm. VU.
OLlV Fnala nilajj SS pr Bot. (.lla trm,.
aad MiiddU met af taU ha mm ail flaia f a mrtnu mmimrm.
Vu... lv t. IkaaarrlMl aad Urn Matnf4.ti
Ki.MH Lnitfcf aad amlj hoy mm xmm mmnmmi rmkmtiom.
Mr MU M uu
Mca I anav hmmmj aJJ. Il
rt 1IIE law firm of Messrs.
1 BOYLES & BURXAM
has been dissolved by mutual consent, to
lake effect on the 19th of January, 1878.
They will both be found at their us
ual place ot business until further arrange
ments are made. Geo. P. Boyles will set
tle up the partnership busrnesa.
J. H. BURXAM,
jan. 24 GEO. B. BOYLES.
rjHE firm of
JT. P.Taylor Sc Co.,
At Georges Store, Tenn.,
was dissolved by mutual consent in Sep
tember. 1877, J. Ii. Taylor retiring. T. P.
Taylor will continue business at the old
stand, and to him all claims against the
firm should be presented for settlement.
jan 173i -
THE firm of WOODARD & GRAY is
mutually dissolved. All persona ln-
fdehted to said firm are notified to settle
their account with M. IV. Woodard, one
of said firm. All sacks due said firm will
be returned to him at the old stand." All
tie business cf said firm will be settled by
him. ' WOODARD & GRAY.
View of Marriage !
trvtWUSLt sy H C 0nM. to Wed ock l
pT.'fs i V sV.SJ I oiibU.i.li.1 TnaliM on Hi
UlniUi'QS lutln ot nMirian od Hi
1 1 Ho
Complete Assortment in
& LADIES' FIRRIXG GOODS!
Offered for Sale for
at Lowest Prices Possible.
AND PATTERNS IN
Dress & Business Suits
AS CHEAP AS
New York orElsewherc.
mimi :: 11 mm
AT REASONABLE PRICES!
We invite everybody to exam
satisfy themselves of tli
we are offering this
season. Ao trouble to enow
KASSAUER & IIIPS1I.
N. B. Feathers, Beeswax, Dried Fruit,
Hides, Furs, old Copper, Cotton Seed.bought
for cash or goods. oct.-25.
First National Bank.
C. B. McOUIRE, WM. E0NNER. Ja
JAS. G. WOODS. W. N. WRIGHT.
JN0. C. GOODRICH, PHIL. T.MUHRAY
JAS. D. TILLMAN.
J. R. FEENEY, Cashier.
J. G. Woods, President.
Wm. Bosner, Ja., Vice-President.
mm SAVINGS BANK,
CiPITIL STOCK, 5100,000!
Does a General Banking Business.
T. O. BAGLET, J. W. HoLKaK,
J. L. Brtast, D. W. Clara,
D. W. Holm a 5.
- M. D. HAMPTON, Cashier.
julyl7 D. W. HOLMAN. rrea't.
Xear the north-west corner Square,
IS now prepared to manufacture a
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, 11
and Martingales in the host style.
and of the very best material. Collars,
Hames, and Whips always en hand.
Repairing done with neatness and dispatch.
Cheap for cash obbartxb oxlt. Jan21-12m
COM2I2 TO "''-
LOWEST PRICES I
WE ompioythebest workmen, have the
. lest machinery, material; etc, and are
prtotred to do the bestPrintlaj.atreaaonable
. " - al - .
Fa vet c ville, Teiiii.
Session of 20 ivceis opens
MONDAY, J1X0RY 7Tn, 1878.
THQS. L. SCRfOGD, Primijal,
Professor of Pure Mathematics, Ancicntantt
Kev. S. S. BURTOX, A. M.,
Professor of liistory, Ancient Languages
Applied Malhematic?, Natural Scion
cea and Book-Keeping.
Mrs. S. S. BURTON,
Instructor in Vocal and Instrumental Mu
sic, and in Frimary and Intermedi
Kir Tuition f- $ or $." per
four weeks, according to advancemont,
payable at the end of every four weeks.
tST Contingent fee 1, invariably in
2f Old accounts must be paid belore
new ones are made.
Ifir Tuition charged from
date of en-
trance, and no deduction made for absence
thereafter, except in cases, of protracted or
Board in good families iu acd around Fay
ctteville, $10 to S15 per month.
The Piincipals and Trustees hold them
selves jointly responsible for the mainte
nance of strict discipline ii and out ot school
hours, and obligate themselves to keep up a
first-class school in all respects.
We offer a permanent school and ask a
( Bonner, President,
Trustees, Dr. E. I- Drake,
D. W. Hoi.sas.
C. S. WlLSOM,
For further information address
NORWOOD & BURTON, Principals
TIIE undersigned assumed control of tbi
institution Monday, the 26th of No
vember, 1S77, trom which date he will con
tinue seven scholastic months.
$2, $3, 1 and $5 per month, according to
advancement payable at the end of each
$1, payable in advance. No fee will be re
quired from those who have paid the same
to the former principal for this scholastic
including use of instrument per month, $5,
payable at the end of the month. Mi Jo
sie Diemer, who is favorably known in th:
community, has charge of this department.
Pupils received at any tin, but charged
from date of entrance to close of session,
except in cases of protracted sickness. . .
Dec. 6-0 principal.
HE next term of the current .session
Monday, January 7th, 1878,
with a full corps of efficient teachers.
Thorough instruction given in all the lit
erary branches, Music and Fioe Arta.
Terms $2, 83, 4 and $3 per month in
literary departments; Musif, with instru
ment, JG; Fine Arts, $2$G.
Tuition must bo paid promptly
half at close of first half term, ana re
mainder at close of session.
Board in good families, $10 per month.
For particulars, address
J. W. STOKES, Principal,
dec62m Norris Creek, Tenn.
riUE next kesiion of this school will
Monday, January 7tli, 1ST 8,
And Continue 20 Weeks.
No efforU spared to render the school
profitable to its patrons.
Tuition, $2, f 'i.50, $4and$ per month,
according to advancement. Mu.mc, $5 per
month, including use of instrument. No
student will be received unless previous
bills have been settled to the satisfaction
of iho Principal.
The incidental fee, one dollar, must be
paid in advance. One-half nf tuition due
at the beginning of the session the other
half at the end of the session.
Many thanks to our rations for their con
tinued liberal patronage. For particulars
send for Catal"cue. Address
P. HIMEBAUGH, Principal.
I. .T. DIMOCK,
Asm km sasnr?
IVZaxl xTt o t vix o i".
ND dealer ia
Nuts of all kind.,
Cigars, Tobaccos Smokieg and
Chewing, Snuff, Toys,
Oysters.Canned Fraits.rijve.Ba'Is, and eve
rything that belongs to ihe Corfectonery
and Fancy Orocery business. march 1
V E bare" estensire facilities far
priating aoy iised Handbill c Po6 r
Tercoa moderate .
T Uiffi ?-2S3tXCUTED WITH NE.VT
iiJ HerA ;ses3 ANDDISPATC3 AX-