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OFiK.H: AT THE SAME CLD STAND.
N. O. WALL AC
1 la! am-in. Jancirj- Si. ISIS
. .Small Farming. -
" I. propose 'u this ct.'iiimunica
tun lo give -soine trief lHtihtics
showing tbe retult of small (aroi
jng ia ray nt-ighborlioc I.
J&P- 1. Swrd five Jirres of
wheat,'from 'which 1 e liti vested
.'JO bushel.1; cultivated 3 arts of
.corn which grew one bin dre 1 pnd
twenty five bushels. lie t-ovvt-d
-5 acres of clover which kept two
.cowf, one horse, and eno igh pigx
or own-ape: also a' smul orchard
vbich yiddei nothinj tbe pust
.No. 2. Had 13 acr3 in whf.it
yielding 225 busLelf; 15 acres in
corn, growing 500 I us iel.
, No 3. Had IS n res in wh'jat
yielding 230 bushe'.f; 13 ucies in
x:orn, givin? 4tHJ r us'ieln.
No. 4. .Had sixteen antes in
Hvheat yielding 225 bushels, 12
acres iu eorn, product 450 bushela.
No. 5 Fifteen acres in wheat
3 ielJ, 150 bushels; 15 acres in
oorn gave 400 bushels.
T!ieH3 tour all have criharls
giving us returns, and abundauce
of clover, etc.
Thirty years or less ago Nos. 2,
3, 4, and 5 containing near 400
acres, including branches and
woodland, were in the possession
oi'oce indivi lual, and did not fup
port the family. A few b irrels
of corn, a tew bushels of wheat,
und also of oats, nnd the o.tk
lurk, kept the f.tmily going
Now there arc four comfortable
dwellings on that land, and th?
owners aie comfortably, und 1
might fay reasonably, prosper
cu. Cor. Miryljnd Farmer.
To Mako Sausage.
To 40 pounds oi sausage meat
cut the bizo of a walnut spread
.over your iaMe before grinding,
put one pint of fine salt, hall a
pint of ground black pepper, half
a pint of biited sage, one and a hall
i:iblespojufuls f cayenne pepper.
Thesa ingredients well mixed,
. pprinkle over your table of meal
and mix it well, then giind it. In
olden times we used to grind be
lore seasoning, and, Oh! the iieh
ing shoulders and paiuful wiistn
that was the result of mixing 200
.or 300 founds of meat sifter it
was ground and seasoned over
.over again. to njit tbe lames of all
,the family. Rural World.
Guessing at Weight,
The New England Homestead
fliys farmers of no great expe
rience are very apt to m;ike mis
.tikes in their rough-cast esti
mates of the weight of dressed
.-flniuiHls, owing to the fact that
.tl,ev fjrge certain important things
that ought to be taken into con-
aiders ion. An old animal will
.not dress as much in proportion to
tits looks as a young and growing
one; a well fitted animal will
.weigh -more than .one of equal
:'k'izi but rut so well fitted, and a
.grain fed animal will weigh heav
ier than jone not fed on grain.
.We give these hints logo only
for what they may be worth.
.Our. neighbor across the way
.constructs boxes .in which to
.More ..his winter apples, con
tsisKng of half-inch boards, with
slats nailed across for a bottom.
Handles are.cut.iii.the end pie
rces, und the boxes when com
pleted, hold just two bushels,
. ;ire : light . and easily handled,
, and when piled. in. the cellar one
above tho other, there is a per
fect circulation, of air between
;thcm. .Avoid, keeping apples
in a very warm cellar; a cool,
. dry chamber is a better place;
jutl warm .enough to be safe
iioiled Cold Meat.- Cut
-the told. meat into slices, and
tplace. on, the gridiron, properly
. cleansed, and rubbed over with
. a little butter. Put into a hot
dish a piece of butter the size
,of a walnut, and a teaspoonful
vof catsup; melt them together
. and lay the meat from the grid
iron on the gravy made by these
ingredients as soon as it is done.
John L. Calvin, a Xoble
.county, Ind., farmer, threshed
490 bushels of wheat from elev
, in icres of ground lort$-fcnr
.bushels and thirty-two pounds
per acre, machine measure, and
by weight forty-nmc bushels
A 'certain cure for corns, or
, sore toes of any kind, is; Wrap
,lhc tee in 6oft cotton batting,
draw on the stocking and fchoe,
and you will have no more
trouble from that source.
Lard for pastry, may be 'used
as hard as it can. be cut with a
V " ; i e, 'and.it, w ill n 1 1 k e fa r be t -:
tvr paste -than if left stand to
war.M. It needs only to be cut
h rough the flour not rubbed.
It is surprising how enormous
Ay the consumption' cf oatmeal
has increased in our " cities with
in the past few years; but we bus
pect that its merils ns a cheap
nnd highly nutiiiious food are not
so-generally appreciated in the
country. Every one Ui-ows how
gen'f'rdly it is eatea in Scotland;
and in Kerne jrs (if En'l ii.d il
is cjually poju'.ar as an aitiole oi
diet. A correspondent i'f ri
KtijilrsH " exchange a: In
Vet CutnWihnd, Vestm(irtluii
and North Lancashire espt-cial y
in the rniM
purls, not only among
I he laooi'jrijr
cla tes, ltit als in
t Tie lamuits ot traaesjien ano
the well o do, the childnn if
most of them hv' porridge at
least once a day." For. the pant
forty ytars 1 have made my break
fast of a pint of oatmeal porridge,
with very rare exceptions, and
fisting for four hours
afterward." If. however, I tuke
any other form of breakfast, ' 1
fiud myself very hungry before
the next meal, which is never the
c ise when I have hal my por
ridge. 1 feel ussurid that if the
laborers of the Southern" coun
nies, with their children, would
i take a basin of oatmeal .ar.d milk
poiridge night and morning, with
such other food as tb-y can pto
cure at intervals, we would have
a much stionger and healthier
race cf men and women than now
exist. A few years ngo I had a
Devonshire gill living with me as
a servant. Tbe girl was willing
enough to work, but had not the
s arnioa to perform it. This, 1
found on questioning hT, arose
from the deficient and ill-advised
diet on which she had been reared.
She .shortly b?gn to take her
porridge night and morning, and
this, with a daily mid-day meal
f meat, enabled her to perform
her duties with ease. fSouthern
A Remedy for Hog Chole
ra. O. C. Ruberf?, writing fo the
editors of the Journal and Farmer
from Cofleeville, Texas, sajs: "1
notice a contest going on in your
State for the best remedy for hog
cholera, and some time since 1
saw a learned treatise in your ex
cellent paper on that subjtct.
Dut we learn things sometimts by
experience that we do not find in
looks. By accident I discovered
a remedy that I would not abin
don for any I have yet seen It
is simply a little flour mixed up
in water about the consistency of
one or one and a half pounds to
the gallon. Thirt preparation is
convenient ut all times, and hogs
will drink it when they will nei
ger e-.it nor drink anythiiyj elae.
Waihs. Many remedies,says
a correspondent, are m, ogue
lor destroying those unsightly
excret-c-cnces.' such as lunar
caustic, nitric acid, hydrochloric
acid, carbolic 'acid, caustic po
tassa, tincture oT iron, etc. 1
consider carbolic acid, used in
the pure, undiluted form the
best of these. Apply it twice
a day to a wart; an 1 every da)
let the lotted part be caiefully
scraped with a small blunt knife.
Ik careful not to make it bleed.
If carbolic acid fails, then use
C. P. (chemically pure) nitric
acid. Use this. with care, as,
if it touches the skin it will
burn it, as well as impart to it a
yellow color which nothing will
remove. The nitric acid should
be dropped on the wart , with
the point of a needle, and be al
lowed to remain there, before
washing off, until a burning sen
sation is felt. By both these
chemicals warts can always be
removed without leaving: a scar.
If manure is spread on mead
ows in the Fall, the freezing
and thawing during the Winter
will tend to fertilize it, and the
Spring rains will wash the fer
tilizing material into the soil.
It will also be ready ns soon as
ihe plant needs the manure.
But if the spreading is delayed
uijlil Spring this end may not
be secured. If the manure re
mains in small heaps it may be
quite late in Spring before the
frost gets out, and, consequent
ly it will not be in condition to
use, cither at the best time or lo
the best advantage. Besides, it
is much harder work to spicad
the heaps after they have lain
during the Winter than It is to
do it as soon as they arc put
out. On the whole, wc think
it a great object to spread ma
nure on grass land in the Fall.1
2Tew England Home.
A few years ago Maine was the
greatest lumbering State in the
TT . ' I .t
union, dui now sue is sixtu on
the list, and the business is rap
iuly falling off by reason of tbe
wasting away of the forests and
the competition of Western men.
Shipbuilders at Portland say they
cau get pice masts and ppars from
the Pacific coast cleaper than
they can cut them in their own
Provide plenty n green food
for jour hens, I pupend a head
of cabbage by a cord end leave it
there till the hens eat it ull up.
then I hang up another. This if
oae cf the best kinds cf 2reen
food you can give hens in winter.
Onions I also' hash up once a
i 1 . . M .
wees,- aua mix with their soft
iecd. fJ. M. LirabiD'r.
MNG' & STRANi
TOILET aJTB FiiA'Cr ARTICLES
Superior Tobacco and Cigars,
For Medicixal Pur.rosEs,
Window G la
WE Vould rec'pei-t 'ury announce that
wc have Loiiht ti.e drag.stoje of
31. Price, dee-, west side public square,
and will make f-pular ad iiii'ns to our al
ready wctl selected f toc'if , nnd lhat jou will
find iu our liotisn evorjlhios usually kt-j-1 i"
a first-class Drujr-Housc. Wc deal in the
best poods of every t- iu .
Wo would also stale that we have secured
(he services of Dr. 12. Ij. Drake, who
will talio charge of our l'rcsci -iption Depart
mpnt, mid ftoin 1-is knwii intifrrity and a
biiity as an accomplished Chemist and
1'harmacTutust, we conlidsutly assure those
favorir.j: ns with th-ir prescriptions, that
they will be put up whh neitucss, accuracy
We hope by strict integrity and fair deal
ire in business to merit n large custom.
jan. 18-o .. Vl.MXG ASTRANE.
At dm Old
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Flue Chewing & Smoking Tobacco,
BLASTING POWDER, FUSS.
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.L'd a well selected stock of all'Goods
usually kept in a
PURE CONCORD WINE
Pure old Corn Whiskey,
For Medicinal PunrosES.
DaTifiLLandrstli&SGii's GarcLcn Sccdforsale.
Prompt attention piven to Pre
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Bays a Boston physician, "has no equal at
blood ptirilidr.- Hearing of ha many wonderful
cures, after all other remedies had failed, I
isited the Laboratory and convinced myself of
its genuine merit. It is prepared from barks,
roots and herb, each of which is highly effect
ive, and they are compounded in such a manner
s to produce astonishing results."
Is the great Btood Purifier. -
:he worst case of Scrofula,
It recommended by physicians and apoUiecarloa
ended by physicians and apo
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irorst cases of Canker.
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h wonderful success in
Meets with wonderful success in Mercurial dis-
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nost inveterate cases of Eryi
Cures the most inveterate cases of Erysipelas.
tUmore Pimples and Humors from the fas
itipation and regulates t
Cures Constipation and regulates the bows1..
fs a valuable remedy for Headache.
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e entire system to a healthy
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is in the Side.
bs cause of Dizziness.
Cures Pains In the Side.
Removes the cause of Dizziness.
aintness at the Stomach.
is In the Back.
Cures Pains In the Back.
f cures Kidney Complaint.
1 in its cure of Female Weak
t remedy for General Debllil
Is effective In its cure of Female Weakness.
Is the great remedy for General Debility.
la acknowledged by all classes of people to be
the best and most reliabla blood purifier iu
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Watches and Clocks. "
Plain Gold Rings a Specialty!
Also, agent for '
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novS - . - - ;
AKD DEALERS IS
South-East Corner of the Square,
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LANXEK "PUBLISHING COMPANY,
dec. 27 Nashville, Tennessee.
T AM prepared at my T'aning
nnd do all kinds Matching and Planing at
short notice for cash. .
N. B. I will have my SAW MlLL run
ntng ia a short time on tlie creek near tho
Depot. - v. E. TUBLE Y.
-iune "2 o S
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at the Railroad Depot,
Fajetteville, - - Tenn.
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RETURNING our thanks o our patrons
of the past, and soliciting the patron
njrein the future, we respectfully invitH the
public generally to come and sea us and ex
amine our -
consisting oT .
Jeans, in various colors anil pattern
! Cnssimeres, Linseys, Fl"nnel9,
Blankets, liulmcnil Skirts, Lndiea'
bre'kt't. nlmwlrf. Gent's shawls, tc.
AND STOCKING YARNS,
different sizes and colors. We will also
I keep on hand . .
09. OUt'i twnd 7UO, at moderate prices,
to suit any farmers desiring to make their
own goods. . '
We have opened a house on the North -East
corner of the Square, and have added
to our stock a general assoi tmeut of
Groceries, Boots l Shoes,
HATS AND CAPS
I and a good line of
all of which we offer to tho farmers in ex
change for Wool and Country I'roduce or
We receive Wool in any condition, al
ways deducting for grease, burrs and damp
ness, thereby placing it on the basis of
clean, tub-washed wool. We pay freight
on wool and charge to ; customers, but re
ceive at and return to depot free of charge.
Our stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
we shall keep full and well up to the com
ma cd of the trade.
Coal for Sale !
We have a
and will do custom work in the
11 EST STYX.E
at short notice, for
'CASH OR TOLL.
W'e.are also prepared to
Yarns for customers, from Nos. 600-700, or
troui 8-12 cuts in lots of 100 as. or mora at
25 cts. for white, and 30 cts. fof mixed.
51 ATTBEARDEX, Supt.of Store.
GLO. ASQUITH, " " Wool
en Mills. april26
SQ(ftA'SS OF STOMACH.
DYSPEPSIA. LOSS OF APPETITE.
SICK HEADACHE COSTfl'EAfESS&C.
PROPRIETORS am SOLE MANUFACTURERS
.1111 1 l I I I 1 I m I MM J I
TnrnP! niwr nn tt.s t?
CAUTION. buying, ahetryt tuh
for VK. A. Q. SI31Z10SS' LIYEH
3IEDICI3VJI:, prepared by 31. A.
Thedford Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.,
and see that th likenetn of Dr. A. Q.
Simmons it on each bolt I and package.
South side of the Public Square,
IS now prepared with keen Ra
zors, sharp Scissors, clean
Combs and Brushes,and n;ca Tow
els, To shave, cut hair or shampoo
in the latest style, and as cheap as any one.
itespectiui ana prompt attention always
given to all customers. jan.7-tf
Come unci See.
HAVE opened a shop on the south sid
of the Square,two doors west of Bright
Hall, and are prepared with
Clean Towel., Keen Razors,
Sharp Shears, .
and prompt attention to wait upon custom
ers needing shaving, hair cut ing, sham
pooning, etc. Shop open from 6 o'clock in
the morning until 9 at night,
june 29 o
R. II. HEZ.JL v nn o.
Neit.ucsr to centennial Umi Ml
ARE now prepared to do ail work in
; Sqfigfitlo!) SiitfjjiifMD ! . ;
SSPer30us purchasing articles adver
tiscd in these columns, wilL pleasa mention
that they saw ths advertisement in the Fat
ETTE VILLI UB52S7Sa5
1st. Kind of Animal is given -2nd. Ci'r
&d. Detcriptiin ithJije bth. I,stcr
Kemo tif4. T im wd Ftaef vf irrtit
Z 1th. VaXuat'wn.
Hor4, bay, small, soma white hair in
forehead, si ip on nose, , back part of J?!t
iiina loot wi.ite. ie't cock kwoiien.
hand, 3 yrs old; P W llalbcrt, 13th dii, Jau
Sou Fpotted, swa'Iow-fcrk in each, ear;
J W Newsom, 8th dis, Jan 21 $6.
Jltifg) Yearling, red, fouio whita under
its belly, crop and undarbit in loft esr and
undtrbit in right, 13 months; J Y Gallin,
17th die, Dec 5 $3.
Mare, dark bay, small white spot in the
forehead, saddle and Laruess marks, s -ar
on the nose, some appearance of wind galis,
barefoot and very tender, about 14)j hands
high, about 14 years old; John J. MeAdaux,
10th district, 2 "miles south of P.khtcond,
Aug. 7 ?'J5.-
. KARSDAtL COCXTr.
Mare, bay,. in for heii, lrft hind futit
whits, right eye out; !1 .1 ths, lec I.'
UADtfOM ODCNl Y. ' .1
Coll, bay, black tntue and tail, dark legs,
fine form 14 bamlrf, - years old; Llardy A.
Lewis, October i6 value not give.!.
GILES cus iv. ,
Mare, 1'ght bay, sway bark;1 tliod a',1
round, isj.eck in leit eye. three small pot8
i.n left side of neck, 11' bauds hiuh, 1(
years old; Geo T Shields, 2nd dis-y Nov 15
' Horse Mule, bl tck, mouse-wlori'd i;.--o.
ha'i- shaved from rLrht shoulder, about 1
yt-ar; Gto ? Shields, 2nd dis, Nov 15 io.
Two Mules cne a black bor-e, letter
' V " on lel't should'. r, IS hand h 4 yr-
the other a black maie, mealy none, letter
"W" on left shoulder, alwut 14y'j hands
high, 4 years old; J V 13 Thomas, 8tb dis,
Jackson Ledge No. 63, F. and A.
Fayetteville, T. J. Bruce, W. II.; Ii. M.
Ilatchcr, Sec. meets 1st Monday uiht iu
Petersburg Nd. 123, W. B. Hanaway, W.
M; W. U. Smith, Sec meets 1st Monday
night on or after full m'jon in. each month.
Hocus Hill No. lGlk l W Uaik. w w
W Wilson, Secmet-ts Saturday before tho
full moon, at 10 a. m.
Pleasant Plains No. 305, J. A. Holland,
W. II.; Janiea F. Byers, Sec. meet Fri
day night before each full moon.
ML Hebron 344, Norris Creek, T. L.
Williamson, W. M.; E. M. Sorrel!, Sec
meets Friday night on or before full moon
Sulphur Spring No. 400, Oregon, J. J. Coa
to, W. II.; W. L. Parker, Sec meets
Saturday at 2 o'clock on or before tbe full
moon in each month.
llulberry 404, W. H. Pobertson, W. 11.; W.
W. James, Sec meeta 1st Tuesday night
on or before full moon.
Macedonia 459, near Goshen, T 0 Gill,
W. M.; Wm. A. Gill, jun., Sec meets Fri
day night on or before full moon.
Kelso No. 490, Jno II Dickey, W M; J C
Hague, Sec meets Thursday night before
each full moon.
Calhoun Lodge No. 2G, A. W. Fceney, N.
u.; G. B. Boyles, Eec Sec meets every Fri
Lincoln !siJ. 0, Lynchburg", J. L. Ashby,
N. G.; W Holt, Eec Secretary meets 1st,
3rd and 5th Saturday nighis.
Unity No. 84, Petersburg, Tho. Hester,
N. G; F. B. Terry, Sec meets etery "oth
er 1 hursday night.
Oak Hill No. 139, Norris Creek, T. L. Wil
liamson, N. G.; W. H. Wright, Rec. Sec-
meets every other baturday night.
Mulberry 143, J. A. D. Middleton, N. G.;
J. C. Sebastian, Sec meets every other
Surprise No. 153, Flyntville, D. M. ilims,
N. G.; W. M.' Beckett, Secretary meets
every Thursday night.
Chestnut Ridge 157, I B Foster, NG;
W B Freeman, Sec; meets every Saturday
Evening Star No. 181, Pleasant Plains, J
A. Leatherwood, N. G.; J. Franklin Smith,
Sec. meets 1st and 3rd Saturday nights.
Kelso 172, J C. StubblefLld, N. U.; J A
Taylor, Sec meets every other Saturday
Livonia Lodge No. , Daughters of Re
becca, Flyntviile, W. Beckett, N. G.; Mrs. M.
H. Cambron, V. G.; W. H. Warren, Sec'y
meets 1st Saturday each month at 2 o'clock.
bereno, 2so. lUo, George s Store, U C
Street, N. G; W S Orr, Sec. meets every
FATP.ONS OF 11 USE ATS'DKY.
C.A.McDANrEL, Fayetteville, Master County
Grange Ii. T. Childs, Fayetteville, Sec
retary Corresponding Committee: II. T.
Childs, Fayetteville; W.W.James, Mul
berry; J. C. Hague, Kelso.
Buckeye,173 C.A. McDaniel, master; Jo
el D. Parks, sec y; r ayetteville.
Sulphur Spring, 176 T. C. Little, masier;
H. T. Ihilds, sec y; i ayetteville.
W w W. n" ' "
Rocky Point 305 -then Hill, master; J
Hague, sec y; Kelso.
Cold Water 30 J L Stewart, master; J
L Smith, sec'y; Cold Water.
Swan Creek, 3U8 S. A. Hill, master;
W. T. McDaniel, Sect Fayetteviilce.
Unity 311 J J Short, master; L L
Clark, sec'y; Fayetteville.
White Oak, 531 CW Gill, master; Smith
L Walker, sec'y; Lincoln.
U. F. OF T.
Fayetteyille Council No. C89, W. A. Gill,
jr. W. P.; John W. Lloyd, Bee. Scribe
meets every Tuesday night in K. of H. Hall.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.,
Fayetteville Lodge No. 181, F. W.
Dicta'tor; W A Gill, jr, Reporter.
A. O. op U. W.
Protection Idgeo. 8 Fayetteville J.
S. augfin, M : II Jassauer, Becorder;
meets every Wednesday nisht.
I. O. G. T.
St 'Tnl.n T.lfru V. lOl iV.lrolforlllo .t
W Goodwin, W C T; J A Lumpkir,. Se-i
meets everyThursday night in Odd-Fel-
EasternStarLodseNo. 141, rutershurg,'
Dr W Smith, W C T: J T Holland, Sec.
Fayetteville Fire Company No. 1, W J
Davidson, Foreman; W H McNellev, Sec.
Regular meetings 1st Saturday night in
each month, at the court-house.
What uiaksr a Bushel.
Dried Apples 2
Parley , 47
Beans ; f.U
Cow Pea3 60
White Beans CO .
Castor Beans 45
Stone Coal ; 80
Shelled Corn 58
Corn in the ear 70
Dried Peaches, unpeeled.
do do peeled...
Orchard Gra? Seed
Herd's Grass Seed
Bluo Gras3 Seed.........
Clover Seed. '.
Flax Seed. .
' Hungarian Seed.
Coarse Salt. ..............
Cotton Seod, ,
. . . .
. a a .33
13. e.-YreiAI, 3IIi
. Physician and Surgeon,
""Tir ILL practice medicine and surgery in
, Fayettaville and vicinity.
Q Office, at druj store of Vininy &
Strane. '. ' - jan. 24
GEO. 13. BOYLES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
; FayettevUle-, Tennessee.
jan. 24th, 1878
J. II. BURN AM,
ATTORNEY. AT LAW;
, Faycttevillc, Tennessee.
jan. 24tb, 1S73 .
Jledieine .anil Dentistry
. Dr. Joe IMirwidtttOt
Practicing; Physician and Dentist,
Inserted promptly on reasonable terms.
Office, two doors nerth of thj caniige shop.
Xi. .A.. Xii-vii,
No. 5G Union,corner Cherry St.
march 1, 1877
C. A. IIEJIEH
OfSco at his Kesilenec. mtrl
""nSTILL practice in Lincoln and adjoining
II counties. Satisfaction guaranteed both
jir prices and operations of all kinds.
OfEce-, opoosite the Obsebveh office.-
antr. 12. 1875.
W. C. BllIGIlTTll. D.,
WILL practice Medicine and Surgery
in Fayettevillo and vicinity. OtSce
opposite OisiRvia office. july22
E. L. DEAIvE, M . D.,
(OfSce over Price's Drug Store, West sij
OFFERS his professional services to the
citizens of Fayettcville and vicinity,
july 22, 1875.
JT. TV. Newman,
Altornej at Law,
Fayetleville, Tenn. .
WILL practice in the various Courts
of Lincoln and adjoining counties,
and in the Supreme and Federal Courts at
Nashville. Office near north-east comer
of the Public Square. sept7-tf
J. IF. Goodtciti,
Attorney at Law,
5 Collections a specialty.
J. O. WOODS. M. W. WOODARD. W.E.WOODS
Woods & Woodard
Ittorncys at Xwir,
Fayetteville, - - Tennessee.
, GEO. W. HIGGINS,
L Office at his residence near Camargo,
"IILL practice in the various Courts of
f v Liincoln and adjoining counties. o9
C. C. M'KIXXET.
F. P. FULTON.
McKinney -Sf Fulton.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Prompt attention given to business. Of
fice near tho south-west corner of Square.
.'Attorneys at Law,
ipHACTICE in the Courts of Lincoln
' jy attended to
j jyjIL GEO. J. GOODRICH of the firm
j Geo. J. Goodrich & Co.,
Tin T . lnake his bea(quirters in
the Summer months and will eith-
r buJ or forward for sale all kind, of
pnTTATT T V PPfiTYTTPP
j W Ullllll X X,JJJ U VJJ
Wheat,' "Wool, Feathers,
Those who desire
price for their
the highest market
wiil do well to consult lam before dispos
ing of same.
lie will be found at the grocery house
of Messrs. J. C. & J. F. Goodrich.
may 'l o
R. P. Feeney & Sons,
' A RE nrenared to fill orders anywhere in
.XjL. Lincoln county, promptly, io the best
style, and at reasonable prices, lor
Lathil)r, Plastcrin:? i lime or',,,'cannot,''''cr'ed'ponDim, andanoHg
' . inal attachment having been levied ori hi
in houses or cisterns.
Repairing of all kinds done wheeever
needed, without delay.
Orders respectfully solicited, and satis
inarch 15-tf a
NEAK TOWN SPITING.
V. MEDEA ul 3 announces to the
people of Lincoln and adiomirir coun
ties that he inknda to sell Leather f all
kinds at the lowest cash pYicOg, and will
buy Kide and pay the Highest prlte in
cash fgr the satao. dot. SOly
This standard article is coicpoutd
cd with tho greatest care.
"It3 effects arc as wonderful and a
satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded hair to it
It removes all crrrptions, itching
and dandruff. It gives the head a
cooling, Boothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by its use
becoues white and clean.
13y its tonic properties it restores
tho capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak
ing the hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing has been
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assaycr
of Massachusetts, says, 4The con
stituents arc pure, and carefully sc-
lected for excellent quality ; and I
consider it the Best Prepabatiox
for its intended purposes.
Price, Ono Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may bo
relied on to change the color of the
beard from gray or any other undesir
able shade, to brown or black, at dis
cretion. It is easily applied, being in
one preparation, and quickly and ef-
fectually produces a permanent color,
vrhich will neither rub nor wash off.
tlir.afactared by R. P. HALL L
tel Ij tS SnciJti, si Sulsn la IMXiiu
All Pemn at ss 4 Iota sir. treated kr
!aall with Perfect sincceM by accrlblas;
their ! mptuiaa.
(fuu lot onr l.ir anil besntifcllr iltnat rated pa.
per. sent free to any address )
OXYGENATED AIE !
CA T i T? T? If ? 1? hecauso Inhala.
A -a -. . ;tiou I tbe only war tb
pi-i,jiiui . hi ii i ,'the Air l'as?ages can bo
' rir"' reached, and atnrrh is
WE MAK E A SFE-' dikeu of the Air I'as-
vlALll of reat'nsthfsXreiltment wedl.
patients by mail. jrect. which i ud
Please write and de-'lci:n'"'""l 'an-
, . ,(e a pt-rlect ccsa for
scribe your syuiptomsjcntarrh.
Why? for the same rea-
V. t.'.i jiTT?l Al"? g? ou Riven above. 1 he
All 1 tufto.vB that
"u mis aru inTiieu air to ina Limpi, neiic.
to send for our lar -e ntVl;t'on '
I, . , ,, .,, I reel to the Kat .1 tbe U is-
and beautifully lIlus-Ua.se. and if yon wilIul.
trated Paper, sent free ,ow our directions, we
in .... .,.., Dfnarantee to ecu Iiron-
Why? because Asthma
is a contraction of tho
HNIK.hiul T .. V . . - I
l" " ""f " ioy infUmniutioB and ir-
W JbUUAKAM'KKl'uli-italion i( the mutm
t't'RK I'oDjrhs. lolitsJmetubrana llninr iha
liionhial Tabes. I'm
Neuralgia, anil nearlv
Oxvgenated Air as w
all other novero sttacks
when all othtr rcincUies, warrautalnro. VehT
wiu uirent ami wo yrv.l
cared cases of 10 Tears
'hamlrml. of eases, wm
im ml of them beins; riren o
,r er to die by other pbT
' -' siciaus ot other schouls
and!of praetic. tonsninp-
tion is a disease or tua
Air vittnzr- and orer
irds of ths cares
reached by OxTenii-i!lre ens by tstarrh.
i.j . . J rWe guitrantea a cum if
lev air. I vntl m-iil mm. in ftjAit
jDr. Townsend's Oxy
genated Air will pu-
I iftr that KTi.a.l in and.
DISEASES! third the time that
jl,' .. n-ra-jxft any other known rem
!edy can. Why? le-
Icause to inhale Oxy-
C A iN C E II S'eated Air it goes
Idirect to the Lungs
and ;irjd passes through
(the tissues and comes
l: j: . ...
TTT IT A T) C? Ii uirect contact fiift
U iiUliO IJ the Hood as it is forced
into the Lungs by the
action of the beart.
All the blood in our
veins return. to iha
CURED without cut-heart every forty
tingordrawingblood,minutesif the blood
with very little or nolis good, and forced
pain. Any person from tha heart to th
troubled with Caacerilungs, ad the more
and Tumors willjOxygen you inhale
please write for testi- into tho Inn? tha
monials, Ac., fromjniore jou purify the
patienU cured. We blood. When Oxt-
warrant a perfect gen comes ia contact
cure. ith tha imnnrittra
in the btood it car
bonizes and burns-,
,b heated so that it
W.JLPAEZ,ir.D., warms every part or
.the body, a3 it goea
Late of the on its revolution
through the system.
McCLELLAN U.S.A. If your blood is pur?
Hospital, Philadel-'yoa cannot be ick.
phia, Ta., who hasjWe drive Mercury and
been so successful all other impurities
throughout New Eng- out of the blood,
land in tbe cure of jWe guarantee to pu
Cancers and Tumors.'rify the blood in one
takes charge of thisjthird the tine of any
department. other known remedy.
aMiafWfww.'jj .iraimr.jKf .'Tj
Address all letters as heretofore,
E. F. TOU'XSENI), M. I.,
122 High Street, J'rovidence, It. I.
Physicians wishing to locate in some
town or city in this business, can be fur
nished with territory and our illustrated
papers for advertising the' same, by ad
dressing aa above.
There are unprincipled persons in Bos
ton and elsewhere that are putting op a
BOGUS LIQUID and trying to palm it off
as Mr Treatment, or Oxygenated Air, and
claiming it to be like mm. Nono genuine
unless the word "DR. TOWNSEND'S OX
YGENATED AIR'' ARB BLOWS JN THE BOT
TLE and rocTsaiT on Label. march 20
State of Tennessee, Lincoln
J. A. Floyd vs J. 31. Floyd.
IN this cause it appearing by affidavit tha
tho defendant, J. M. Floyd, is justly in
debted to the plalntilf, and u a non-resident
of the State so that the ordinary process of
property, it i, therefore, ordered that pub
lication be m.ie in tho Fatetteyii.lx Oa
aitavKa, a newspaper published in the torr
f Fayetteville, tor four successive weeks,
commanding Iho naid.T. M. FIcyd to appev
before me at my dwelling house, ia the i3r
civil district of sti l county, on the 1st day
of Febraary,l 87, and make defense to .
said gait against him. or it will be proceeded
with ex parti. W. E. CARTER. J. P.
jan. lO-o ...
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all kinda of Pamphlet Prlntics cannot
be ex celled.- GiTtNclL
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