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.v. v at ra esamb old sta nd.
'v. 0. WALLACE,
T&W3&J Konin. Jnnairy 9, 1S79.
Dip candle vicks ir.to pi irits
cjf turpentine and dry before
AllSock should Lo sheltered
-during cold, damp weather.
ied skelter aves Iced and
The estimated number of hor
?2i in iho United States is 8,
"V " TIM .
uuj.am, iiiinoia ranknnr nrst in
'It is j-aid that lice niny be
liept Trom poultry by placing
'.liocvs ol' the bark of tassafras
root in .their negtf.
It is said that the cut-worm
ttcver damages, crops on land
wlie-re sheep have been pastured
,1 lie VP before planting.
Call out all worthies animals
iuvl dispose of -them. It does
not pay to winter inferior fclock
.of any kunL: : .
Some fanners arc counted
unreasonable if they lend their
.iarming tools and tiivu grnujbk'
if they have to go three tunes to
Poor land is ci rraft-r isvest
jmcntj so is poor , fctoek, ,psoi
fcdjpoor any thing. Have, the
.best, if you have to ta e nuieii
:les of it. -
A pail of milk standing ten
mi nines exposed to the sceif
.a strong-stiiel'ling stable, or any
othtttollensive odor, will imbibe
.a taint that will never leave it.
Mr; Median, a horticulturist
osf much experience, says lie nev
er saw blight on pear-trees that
were whitewashed, lie believes
it to be an absolute rcmclv.
A German miller received ai
or.ler for three M-mllia f tret
lodging nt the expense of the Gov
Grnnifnt for mixing ji) psurti with
his 11 ur to the extent of ten p-r
A Texas paper says iboldly
that Texas girls want less re
straint iind more liberty of action:
more - kitchen and less parlor;
more exercise and less sofa; more
pudding and less piano.
Odors from Cooking Pue
vexted Put one "or two. red
peppers, era" few pieces of char
coal, into the pot where ham,cab
. bage, ete.,is boiling.and the house
will not be filled with the of
So long.as such a large num
ber of farmers are careless and
. negligent about making permanent-and
pleasant homes for
their families, without attrac
tions and comforts, they will
. continue nomadic in their hab
its, while their children will
secIf'Cfiher avocations whenever
H ats. In one of our foreign
exchanges we find the following
recipe for exterminating rate. It
consists of a mixture of two parts
of well-bruised common squills
and three parts of fihely-chopcd
bacon made into a stiff mass, with
as much meal as may be required,
and then baked into small cakes;
these are put down for the rats to
eat, and. arc said 'to effect their
Hash. The followimr is a
good and economical way for
preparing hash: Take cold
roast lamb or mutton; throw a
way the fat portions; chop very
fine, and add butter, salt and pep
per, to suit taste; have ready
hot toast which has been well
buttered and dipped into cream
or rich milk, and spread the
hash over the, toast, and serve
This item is going'the rounds:
"It may not be generally known
that common cooking soda is a
sure preventive fcr the bite of a
rattlesnake, if applied soon c
nough.. An incision . may be
made to the depth of the w ound
made by the fangs of the snake,
and Into this cut the soda should
be pprinkletl. It will immedi
ately bubble up and turn green,
caused by the action of the soda
in .neutralizing the acid cf the
. Remedy For Deafness.
Drop three or four drops cf gly
cerine in the car before retiring at
nitrhf; iu the morning syringe the
with warm water; and contin
ue, this. , practice faithfully for
ome time. The deafness and
fiincin o"cn rcsalt from a co1"
ieetion of wax on the tympanum
or'dmm of the ear; and the gly-
ccrino has the same ellect to loos-
n it. 1 lavc knowni the expon
ent to be successfully tried on
Arsons eighty years old; wnen
the. bearing. would naturally bp
Skippers are hatched from the
eggs of the cheese fly. The
cheese fly is a very small
insect, one of the smallest of the
fly family. The fly is most
troublesome in hot weather and
September. It lays its eggs us
ually where the bandage laps c
vcr on top of the cheese, and un
der any little scale, often direct
ly on top of the cheese and cn
the sides; often, too, on the
boards which hold the cheese.
If there is no small crack cr
crevice, the skippers begin to
work into the cheese, and when
cheeses are what is termed loose
or porous, they work into the
centre and through the cheese,
spoiling it. They require air, and
tins fact is taken advantage of
by the dairyman, in covering the
surface cf the cheese with greas
ed paper, plastering it down se
curely on the cheese, cr on the
hole were the are working.
Tins brings them to the surface,
when they may be removed.
One of the objects of rubbing
cheese smartly every day, is to
rub off cr destroy, the eggs of
the liy. The tables, in warm
weather, should also be washed
off with hot whey, cr with soup
and water and lye, in order to
remove grease, so that the fly
will not lay eggs on the boards.
Never heard of the fly depos
iting eggs on cheese cured, and
that means getting into the cen
tre of the cheese. Do not think
they could live and hatch in the
centre of cheese for want cf air.
Fariaerj will sec the did ' cf
hard limes when they raise their
own food .supplies, when their
principal crops arc not mortgag
ed for advances, when they can
pay cash on the spot cr go with
out, when their ecru cribs are
full and their v-moke houses are
not empty. This may compel
them to wear old clothes and
ride in the old carriage fcr a time.
Thev mav be rfbliired to head '
their labor gang instead of play-;
ing the gentleman or overseer.
They must not look upon manu
al labor as degrading cr be a
shamed to harden their hands
by h:m?st toil. This condition
of things will soon 'become gen
eral all over the country: The
Southern fanner has it in his
power to make himself the most
independent of men, without the
aid of banks, brokers cr specula
tors. He produces ; they ex
change, liis crops are so much
added to the tangible wealth of
the world, their manipulations
shnply effect a change of owner
ship. "Without the farmer s crops
mercantile and ether industries
would soon decay and cease to
exist. Let the farmer then en
deavor to keep himself free from
all questionable combinations;
let him be independent in the
production and unrestricted in
the disposal of the proceeds of
his labor and hard times will
surely come "to an end. Our
A New Cure Fok Neural
gia. In a town near -Boston
there lives a good lady who suf
fers acutely from sciatica, it-he
lias consulted physicians far and
near, but has been unsuccessful
in iindinjr any cure. Not long
since she heard that a man living
not far away was alliicted with
the same disease in an aggravatd
form, and it occurred to her that
she would call upon him and ask
him whether he had ever found
anything that would avail to les
sen its terror. She did so, and hav
ing introduced herself, stated her
errand. "Do you," she asked,
uilnd anything that affords you
relief?"" "Yes, mann," lie repli
ed, two things." "Two things?
Pray what are they?" "Cursing
and swearing," said the invalid.
It is added that on her return
home the good lady told her hus
band that she. only regretted that
she. could not avail herself of this
remedy. "Xot that I have any
conscientious scruples," she said,
"but I don't know how."
To Make Bar Soap. Six
pounds soda ash, three pounds
unslaked lime; eight gallons
water; put into a kettle and when
boiling hot, strain and return to
the kettle; add twelve pounds of
clean grease; boil slowly three
hours; add one-half pound finely
pulverized borax dissolved in a
little hot water, stir well and let
cool in. the kettle or turn iuto
wooden moulds well soaked in
water. Crackling or meat trim
mings will do for this soap if
allowed for . waste, but be care
ful not to allow too much, there
by getting too much grease in.
Thi import.ir.t on trtipJiS but r.boitt tlire
pounds, ai.J all the bioei in k Hvir; I" ron (about
three guJora) passes through U rt I sji once every
half hour, to have the L1j trn i ci.: imuri:is
lit rained cr nl'.ercd froai it. L.l U the natural
pisruivc of the LowtS, and if the 1 ivr become
lorpi i it if n.-t tepjrtiwi f-.a tt-. tlooil, but car
ried through t'.;e Ycira to fi'l pans of the ysti-m,
and ia trviiitf lo escime tl.rouzh ibe pore of the
Hiskin, can,v It to turn yclluvr or a dirty fcrowa
i mint. 1 ItotnTirh h.vnmt (4Ik4 nd DvS-
oensia. ladiezsiion. Cotistiratton. Headache, liili
oiisncsi, Jauiid.ce, C!u.:s,I.liUri:J Feircn. Tiies, -
.-icit ant sour atomacn, ar.a general acui.iiy roi
low. MraELt' Hi:fatixk, the creal rcsetabl
discorery fur torpidity, causes the Liver to throw
oil frora one to two ouncr, cf bile each time the
blood msas through it. as Im.s as there is an e
i cess of bile; and the eCLct oferen a few dose
upon yellow complexion or a brown dirty looking
sia, will asJoa-ih :l who try it tlic- being; the
first symptoms to disappear. The cure of all bill- ,
ous diseases and Liver complaint is made certain
Sr taking Kstattkb in accordance with directions.
Headache is gencni'y cured in twenty minutes,'
and bi disease that arise frora the Liver can exut
if a f.iir trial is rir-i.
SOLD AS K SUBSTITUTE FOR PILLS
BY ALL IRUGiiiSTS.
Price 25 Cents and SLOO
1 The faf.'.iiy of Consumption or Throat and
'Lun Diseases, which sweep t the (rrare at least
oac-third of all dcaia's Victims, arises from the
Opium or llorphiae treatment, which simply stu
x&a as the work of dea:h eocs on. 10,000 will
' be paid if Opium or Morpiiine, or any preparation
1 nf ( InSi.m MnpnKIntf. rrr Pnntic Arid Can DC found
j ia the Gloee Flowcb. Coucm Stkuf, which has
: cured people who are living to-day with but ona
remaining lur N Ereater wrong can be done
than to sjy that Consumption is incurable. The
As LOBS I LOWER COUCH iTBt'F Will CUte It Wnea
( all other means have lailed. Also, Colds, Cough,
1 1 Asthma, Bronclii? is, and ail diseases of the throat
and lungs. Read the testimonials of the Hon.
; ; Alexander H. Stephens. Gov. Smith and Ex-Got.
Crown of C.a., Hon. Geo. Tcabody, as well as
j ! lhoie of other remarkable cure in our book free
j to all r.t the drag stores and be eonvinced that if
j you wish to be cured yon can be by taking the
:Gi.os Flowth Cocch Syup.
, I Take no Troches or Lozenpes for Sore Throat,
' , when you can ft Glot; Flower Svat-r at tame
, i- . 1 V.U a11 Tr ."..It I
Pries 25 Cents and $L00
Grave mistakes are made in the treatment of all
diseases that arise from rxiison ia the blood. Not
h4 one case of Scro.u!a, Sypl-.iiis, White Swelling,
VjUlcerou Sores and i:ki.i l'iicase, in a thousand,
' is truated without the use of Mercury in some form.
I Mercury rots the bonis, and the diseases it pro
Sjckicc are worse tli-ui any o:!icr kind of bloail or
i siskin disease can be. Dn. I'rMaEHTOfi'sSTil.iJU
"!cj. cr Qvcbk's Delight is the on'y ntdirk.e
lj5 upca vii.i.h a hope of recovery from Scrofula, Sy
; phias a:td Mcrcurbt discuses u all stages, can be
' rcason;b!y founded, and that will cure Cancer.
m!;.ij,oc.j wi'l 1 e psi 1 y ihe proprietors if Mercury,
lor any U:-n. '-i-jit not itixly vcjeuble aitd hann-
,less cm l.j U:vxil in t.
Trlcj by ail Drujgt f i.cn.
Gloc2 I'lowrh Cough Sykvt and Mfhscll's
i Ilr-rATii.-a o lira Lt-B for sale by ail Lrui-
Igisls in as cent and $1.00 bottles.
- A. P. XZSSSLL & CO., Projrietora.
lite 12 1
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Is the litle of a volume of 100
pugrs, bound in cloth, contain
ing about 1, ((() practical re
ceipts a.vl hin!s, on Cookery,
Household, Toilet, Sick ltoom,
e 1 c. It contains more informa
tion than the 1.50 and $2 cook
books, bi-Srides possessing the
iniortant advantage of being
Practical Jixperknces of Prac
tical "Iicmr?' Juqton.
These seUet, -original- and
practical contributions I mm t-o
many bulies. have never before
appeared in book lorm. Good
judges have predicted its sale
to be hnndieds of thousands.
Ten thousand copies weie order
ed before one copy came from
the binderv. We have exclusive
control of the book in this local
itv, and it can be obtained onlv
through this ofiice.
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ANOTHER PAPER S1VEN"aWAY !
THE FARMEUS' REVIEW!
The latest addition to our ex
change list a the Farmers Re
vitic, Chicago. III., and a most
welcome addition it proves. It
is as lull of departments as the
government at Wahhington, and
they all bear evidence oi uuusual
skill and industry in their man
agement. It U emphatically u
model farm and family monthly.
It is, Withal, THE NEATEST AND
HEST MONTHLY OF T II K KIND
THAT "WE KNOW. We will (ur
nish the Itevieie and ouj-. own
paper, each one year, for.?o
dollars in advance.
A SECOND hand Carding Machine, with
"packer'and burrer' and about 30
feet ot iron phafiinjr nd four pulleys at
tached, which we will sell
CHEAP FOR CASH, .
or on lime with noloa and good security.
Apply to M. I). HAMPTON or J. W."NEW.
MAN, Fayettevillc, Tenn. ; any.29.tf j.
t'urnilurc & Coffins.
JT. 13. WILSON,
Fayctteville, - - Tcnn.
jA3 just received a 2arg? slock of
consi(in rf ,
Bedsteads, oratresses. Bureaus
Sat'os. Wash Stands, Chairs,
nd other articles in that line, -which lie
will anil ss low as such floods cn Le bought
in this market.
Also, always on hand
Cases, Caskets, and Home-made
asrheipas cau ba had in the place. And
a po,il Leii8C, gentlo horse end careful
driver. J. B. WILSON,
doc. 27 o
FOB 8ALB AT
THOS. J. McGARVEY'S,
W HERE yon wi'Ialsa find a gen
assort merit of all S lores in
Wholesale ami Ketail.
Johb'ng done MtisfiieTirilr or
ELAINE and COAL OIL,
also an asaorttnint of family Lumps smi
Ca'l and examine, i.ext door to Wright &
Wilson's. j in. ill
Shaving, I lair-Culling
South side iff the Public Square,
IS new prr-pared with keen Ha-
els, To shave, cut hair or shampoo m
in the latesf Ktvle, and as cheap ns uny one,
Respectful mil prompt attention always
giTen to all customers. j.in.T-lf
Como ii ii (I iSu'
HAVE opened a h'p on thr roaih pul .
of ll.e Square,! wo doors wt of Bright
Hall, and are pn-paied i h
Clean TutveN, Keen Jtazorr,
iind prompt attention to wait vjnin custom
ers ni-etlin shainir, hair cut ii.p, shaiu
pMininp, etc. Sl.ojiie:i fror G o'clock in
l hi? morning until 5) at liiht.
june 29 o . " . - ;
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fastest and mostmerfect press tur
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business men all their printing bills. Presses as lew
as $3. For business prir.ting, $10 to S35. Kotary
foot power, 9100 to $160. Otrr 6,000 now in use,
and a Prist Vedal awarded at tin Paris Expnsitian. .
Xbe leading; t'rvMH of tlie World.
A handsomely illustrated 124 pape book, entitled
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Jre, 723 CStstnut St., PHilodelfhia, Pa.
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LAND CASES, LAND WARRANTS, III
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Urnerut lia.l Oltire ainl IKartinrut of the fnt-
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ten.teil to. Sniji tuiO. tiJ. n ( liiJ nr.re )io-
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lornted In the name of tlio l.uivbaMfr iikii nny
tiovcriiin:nt land nlijm-t to private entry, at 11.25
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; Officera, Soldier anil Kailora ' the late
War. or thru- beu. ar in many catitlol to
lonvy from the Government oi' which thev have
ro kn leitKC. Write full history of m vice. anJ
ctate aniutiutofp.lv and bonutT reeeive't. Kn
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Cum! prusvcntel lir RIInORE CO.. be-
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what you can do.
WILSON & FRANCIS'
of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing
and Notions have been carried over to this
building to be closed out at greatly reduced
prices. A large quantity of our goods are
damaged by fire and we must close sell them.
Our goods are cf the best quality and style,
as is known to all. We have enough to di
vide with you all, be sure to come to see us.
Cur hou'so will be one grand slaughter
pen where Dry Goods, Booti, Shoes, llatsi
Ckthing will be dealt out at a sacrifice.
WE MEAiN BUSINESS
from now until January, 1879. This is no
flaming humbug advertis. mint gotten uj to
deceive the unsophisticated. We ask your
honest atten'ion to these fads, and you wi 1
be cor. vine ed by callii g and seeing for your
selves. We w ill fill the bill to the le ter of
the advei tisement. The goods are here for
you and if you don't get thtm don't blame
us. . Now is the tiino.
Remember our location, .jgff .
WE ANNOUNCE ti our former 'riends
and fintrons that the next sesijn of
this Institution will open tho
First Monday in SEPT. next,
and ooi:t'nue forty-or.e we. k. (including
tlie we-k of holidays from Chii.stuiaa to
New Year) clo.-itig J une, 1878.
. Terns : 2.C0, 3.C0, i 00, anl 5. 00 . .
per month, according to advancement.
Jiitsiclcntnl r l.OO
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? cases in advance.
Account dtie tst the cn l of every four
weeks. For further jjart'cnl irs, addi ens, .
au-. 8 II. S. mtADSHAW,'
'Bearden & Thomas, '
HAVING recently purchased th'fe pop
ular Ifrlls lnnir knnn-n iho Mcr.
x D ... - - - -
kum Mi'.N) we are now putting them in first
ciass oiuer, ana with superior machinery,
winch is equal to any in the S:ate, wo caa
FLOUR, MEAL, BRAN
or other Milling Products,
equal to any in quality an 1 quantity.
Solid in j a liberal patronagf, we promise an
unliiing effort to give fatisf ic'ioa. .
To farmers and all other?, we oifer
; Custom Grinding Every Day !
and a-k them to give ui a trial, assured, a,s
arc, that they will he pleased with our
vny of doinj; biisi uss.
BEAPtDEiN" & THOMAS.
r..S. Mat. Bearden
lour.d at the Mills, and will
miy always be
give orders hi$
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inthlae-t style. tSaiisfaction .
april 11 C. A. KINGSLEY.
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L Kindof Animal isgiv- 2nd. Color
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Tea) ling, white, unreaiked. about 1 year;
J 11 fcliofiier. 5th dig, Nov 2 $.
Sow, spotted, swallow-fork in each er;
J W Newsoni, 8th di8, Jan 21 $6.
Marshall cocxtt. ,
Mare, bay, ia forvhead, left hind foot
white, rijjlit eye out; R J Wells, Dec 1.
Horse Mule, daik bay, no vtificial
marks, Y4 hands high, about 2 years old:
John 11 Alderman,3rd dis.Octl not valued
Jlorse, light colored bay, left hind foot
and right front foot white to the ankle, star
in forehead, black mane and tail, a little in
clined lo be sway backed, about 14 years old;
Lewis Logwood, Elkton, Aug 21 120.
. Tioo Mules one a black horse, letter
"W" on left shoulder, 15 hands h eh. 4 yrs
the other a black mare, mealy nose, letter
"W" on lett shoulder, about 14J hrnds
high, 4 years old; J W Thomas, 8lh dis,
Horse, bar. rieht hind foot white, about
5 years old? also, a Mare Mule, sorrel, a-
u txii 14 years oia; aud one Jlorse Mule,
bay, scar on ri,jht shoulder April 10.
Jackson Lodge No. 68, F. and A. M.,
Fayettevilfe, Thos. J. Gray, W. M.; It. M.
Hatcher, Sec meets 1st Monday nisht in
Petersburg No. 123, W. R. Hanaway, W.
M; W. E. Smith, Sec. meets 1st Monday
uight on or after full moon in each month.
Boons Hill No. 161, T W Clark, W M; W
W Wilson, Sec. meeta Saturday before the
full moon, at 10 a. m.
Pleasant Plain a. No. "05, J. A. Holland,
W. M.; Jamea F. Byers, Sec. meets Fri
day night before each full moon.
v Mr.? Hebron 31t, Norria . Creek, F. M.
Cole, W. M.; Th. . L. Williamsun, Sec-
meets Friday night ou or before full moon
8u!nl or Spring No. 400, Oregon, J. J. Cos
ton, W. M.; V. L. Parker, Sec. meets
Saturday at 2 o'clock on or before the full
moon in each mouth.
Mulberry 4U4, E. T. Parks,' W. M.; W.
W. James, Sec meets ls,t Tuesday night
on or before full moon.
Macedonia 4"!, near Goshen, T O Oil!,
V. M.; Wm. A. Gill, jun.. Sec meets Fri
day night ou or before full moon. -
Kelau No. 4'JO,' J J Coston, W M; Jno T
Gordon, Sec meets Thursday Bight before
each full moon. - , '
Calhoun Lodge 2so. 20, Jas H Vaughn. Nf.
O.; G. Ii. Bojleu, Kec Sec. meets every Fri
day night . ' - . ,
Lincoln No. 50, Lynchburg, J. L. Ashby,
X. U.; W Holt, Kec. Secretary meets 1st,
3rd and 5tli Saturday nights.
I'nify No. 84, Petersburg, F. B. Terry,
X. O; H. H. Talley, Kec. Secretarj meet
every other Thursday nighL
Oak Hill No. 13i, Norris Creek, T. L. Wil
liamsort, N. CJ.; W". H. Wright, I!ec. Sec
meets every other Saturday, uight.
Mnltwrrv 14H. J. A. 1). Middllin. N.'fl
J. C. Sebastian,' Sec meets every other
1 Iiursilay night.
Surprise No. L?, Flyntville, C C Tierce,
N. Li.; Geo W Counts, Secretary meets
every Thursday night. .
Chestnut Ki.tge 157, I B Foster, N G.
W B 'Freeman,. Sec;' meets every Saturday
Evening Star No. 101, Tleasant riaius.J
Franklin Smith. N. G 11. M. Bcal'r.
' f r I
See. meets 1st and 3rd Saturday nights. '
Kelso 12, N. JI. Jenkins, N. G.;..I (J
George, Sec meets every other Saturday
night. ; . ...
I.ivo.ii.-t Lodge No. -, Daughters of Re
becca. Flvntville. JUC Duff- K G; Mr
Carrie Beckett, V G; G W. Counts, Sec'y-r-meets
1st Saturday each month at 2 o'clock.
Sereno, No. 195, George's Store, J J Gol-
den, N. G M A Keeling, Sec. meets every
- PATEONS OF HUSBANDRY. .
CA.McDahikl; Fayette?illc, Master County
Grange U. T. Child, Fayetteville,1 Sec
rotary Corresjionding Committee: II. T.
Ohilds, Fayetteville; W. W. Jauie., Mul-
berry; J. U Hague, Kelso.
Buckeye,173 C.A. McDaniel, master; Jo
el D. Parks, aec'y; Fayetteville.
Suljhur Spring, 17G T. C. Little, master:
II. T. lliilds, sec'y; Fayetteville. '-'
Boon's Hill WW Wilson, master; W
W Erwin; sec'y; : Boon's Hill.
. Kocky Point 303 Eben Hill, master; J
C Hague, sec'y; Kelso.
: Cold Water 'Ml J L Stewar., master; J
M Smith, sec'y; Cold Water.
Swan Cree'k, 308 S. A. Hill, master,
W. T. McDaniel, Suet Fayettevillee- '
Unity 341 J J Short, master; L I.
Clark, sec'y; Fayetteville.
White Oak, 531 CW Gill, master; Fmilh
L Walker, sec'y; Lincoln.
- . U. F. OF T.
Fayetteville Council No. 389, F. W. Car
ter, W. IV, T J Bruce,' Kec. Scribe meets
every Tuesday night in K.of II. Hall. . ,
KNIGHTS OF II0N0R.
FayettevilIeTxdgeNo.l81, F. V. Carter
Dictator; V A Gill, jr, Reporter.
A. 0. of U. W.
Protection Lodge No. 8, Fayetteville, F.
W. Carter, M W; H Nassauer, ?.ordet;
meets every Wednesday night.
KNIGnTS OF PYTHIAS.
Chevalier Lodge No. 22, Fayetteville, J
A Lumpkin, C C; JTGoOdrich, K f K and S i
.'' ' . I. O. G. T. . . .
St. John Lod;c "No. 121, Fnyett.-vil e, 11
L Whitaker, W O T; Geo F Smith, S.-c'y )
meets every Wednesday Mght in Odd-rel-lows'.
Eastern Star Lodge No. 141, Tetersl urg,
Dr W Smith. W C '1; J T Holland. Sic.
FIRE COM PA XT.
Fayettovillo Fire Companr N'o. 1, W J I
Dal id-on. Foreman; V II Mcrl.er, Sc.
Kgular meetings 1st Katurdaj uil't in
each month, at the court-house.
Wlial mnkrt a Bnehcl.
" Hran ..-...'
Cow Void. ......
Castor Beans. . ... .
' Buckwhraf . ......
Stone - Coal
Corn in the ear
Corn Meal .......
Plastering Hair. . .
Rarlejr Malt ..
Dried Peaches, nnncel
do do peeled
Orchard Gras? Roed...
Herd's Graa Seed....
Rye . ......
I'.lue Grass Seed
. Coarse Salt
Cotton Seed . . .
. . .55
. . . 5ft
XI. C. 31. I.
Physician and Surgeon, j
IP ILL practice medicine and surgery in
f ? KayettrfviHe and vicinity.
Office tt drug store uf Yinins: &
GEO. rB. BOYLES.
ATTORNEY AT Uf,
FaufUfillp. ... Tennessee.
jaii. 24th, 1873 :
J. U. BUIiNAM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Fayctteville, . Tennessee,
jan. 2 ttb, 1873
3Iedicine and .'Dentistry
" Dr. Joe Dinwiddle.
Practicing Physician and Dentist,
Ai-tillcinl Toe tli
Inserted promptly on reasonable terms.
Office, two doors north of the carriage shop
Xo. 37 J Cl erry Street,
march 1, 1RV7 . . .
Fayctteviiley ' Tennessee.
Office at LU Residence. marlrt
IV. J. IIIGOIKS,
.FaycUeville, ; Tennessee,
VVILL practice in Lincoln and adjoining
coumie. Saiisraction guaranteed both
in prices and operations of all kinds.
Office, opposite the Otif.Er.vici; office
1 17 ILL practice Medicine and Surgrry
.: in rayutteviJIo and Ticinity. Odic.
opposite Obskrvkr office. julyiTi
E. L. MAKE,' 31. D.,
(Office over Price's Drug Store, West side
OFFERS I:s professional services to the
citizens of Fayetteville and vicinity.
july 22, 1875.' "
, J. W. , Ncivmnn. .
Altoniej 1 at Law,
. rjijttievine. Tt'tui.
WILL practice rn the various Court
, of Lincoln , and adjoining counties,
nd in the Suprcmv and Federal Courts a'
N'ashville Oflic near iorlh-eat corne
of the Public Si juare ;,'' sept7-tl
J, f?r. Goodwin,
AUorncj al Law,
t3f Collections a spi-cialty. fcl4
J. U. WOODS.. Tt. W. WODAlSD. W. K. Wool, 9
Woods & Woe dard
lltorxxcys at JLaiv,
Fayetteville, - -
GEO. W. 111GGINS,
Ojjice at his residrnce near Camargo,
Ul I LL practice in the various Courts of
. Lincoln and adjoining counties. o9
c. c. m'kijtxet. : . . r.t. FCLTOM.
J)Ic Kinney Fit lion,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
. Prompt attention given to business. Of
fice near the south-west corner of Square-
HOLM AN & HOLMAN,
Attorneys at Law,
' FAYETTEVItLli, TENN. .
PRACTICE' in the Courts of Lincoln
county. , Cases in Bankruptcy prompt
ly attended to. ' ."' jan3()-tf
HBBiaMaaaMaawwwaaMKWBeaMeaaaMw nam I
sYB 1 11 la. a V KM
First National Bank.
6. B.:McGUIRK, WM. BONNER. Ja
JAS. WOODS. -W. N WRKillT.
JNO. C. GOODRICH. PHIL. T.ilU.iRAY
JAS. D. TILLMAN.
J. R. FEEXEY, Cashier.
J. G. Woods, Presidi-nt.
Wm. Bonner, Jk. 'Vice-President.
CAPITAL STOCK. ; 5100,000!
Does a Generat Hanking Justness.
T. Ot. Baolkt, '! . J. W. iloi.MAif J
J. L. Bktan-t, . I). W. C'lauk,
U. W. HOI.MAH.
M. P.' HAMPTON, !ashier.-
i'llylT . i I). W. HOLM AX, Pies't.
R. P. Feeiiey & Sons,
ARK prepared to fill orders an j where in
Lincoln county, promptly. ' in the best
style, and at reasonable prices, lor
Lathing, Plastering" in lime or
in houses or rixlrns.
Repairing of all kinds done whenerer
needed, without delay.
Orders respectfully solicited, and satis
march 15 If n
.' n v
NEAR TOWN SPItlNO.
HD. MEDEA MS announces to the
people of Lincoln and adjoining coon
ties that He rnti irda lo sell Latlior of aU
kinds at tbe lowest cash piiccs, and will
boy Mites and pay tha highest jirico in
r ah for the s.mie. nn. 30-ly
xjkifft is not easily e.mel ia thc timns. but it
V i ran 'T a.nl in three month, by any one
j I I I SI eitlverw.x. In anr port or Ilie rouiitrr. I
YB B S wno i, aillina- K ir.ira stcalily at the!
empVorment that wefurnrh in pr m;k in ynirr I
own town. oa ned nntlMi away from homo orer
nlht. Ton ran jive )0r whole time to tho work
or anly your spare moments Vi a have agents
who are ma ins; ontr .-o icr nay. All wr. en
fe atonrc cau make money tn-t. At the pievnt
jime ruonei ennnot t ro.-xle w encilr and rapilly
nt any other business.. 1 1 costs nothing to trr the
bn.lm'sc. Term and 15 Otitilt Ore. Address at
onrn.ll Hailstt A to , Portland. Malna.
aujr.31 : ..... .
VI Ul t3 FOR
; I I I 1 I JO. T
II III fjttl-
NS OP Vl . Of V!S13
FayetteviUe. Teun., A. i. ItU J II. dei6
Late with John W. Ituth, Shelbyxille,
WATCH-MAKER AND JEWEIEB, .
J OFFFR for sale nothirg btt
"Watches and Clocks.
Plain Gold Rings a Specialty!
Also, agent for
C03IDLATI0. SPECTACLES !
OirShop at K. II. C gilfie & Go's hardware
HEYMANN & HILL
AND DCALEHj IS
All work ilone promptly and
CASH TAIDFOi: OLD GOI.D19ILVER
W. G. DIEMEK
Al the Old
JDr. O. J. Diomcr,
PCBE BRl'GS JSD MEDIUM!,
WifiDOW GLASS, PUTTY,
BLASTI1TO POWDEIU FUSE.
Superior Illuminating Coal Oil.
PATENT AND FAMILY MEDICINES
NDd a well selected stock ot ail Goods
usually kept in a
PURE CONCORD WINE
Pure old Corn Whiskey,
For Medicinal Purposes.
DayiflLantfrctli SSoa's Garden Eeearcrsak
Prompt attention given to Pre
scriptions. SST All sales, CASH Ij&s
novll W. C. DIEAJKR.
ONIJ DOLLAR A YEAK.
The circulation of thi popular newipapr. has
more than trebleii during tlie pa.t jcar. It r.m
t.nin all tho Idiling ue s ronUineil in tin- lit,r
tir.HALO, aat i airnnte-l in bniidy UcKartucnu
embrace ipecial dupauhc liom all quarters of
thuglotxj. Uurlrrthr hrailof
are clTen the Telegraphic Despatch?, of the welt
Iroiu all part, of ilie L'mon. rin ie itura alvj
make THE WEEKLY HtlULD
tne most raluali'e chruoiule iu the wurM an ill.
the cheapest. very wwli i. zivnn a faithful r
piot POUT.ULNEWS ""-" r
unhrsi-injrporrn leteand comiirctii-uiiTetlc.patehr'i
fruni W AsnixiroS, inrluilins; Cull report uf Ilia
siiethe ureiiiinrnl ix.l itivi-.i.. on the iie3tiunur
oi ihe Wxekly ii.BALl ives I he Utet a well a
the inot prattil siigKUMiaas and rtiscoverie re
latiiis: iu iliulutie oi iho furnier hint for rai.iuj-t-ATTLE.
1 IHI.TBT.GB.IN. l.tMl VKrthT! LA.
At . AO. with sn.smn. for keepin buildisix
amlfuiminif iinpleaieiil. in repair Ihia is ,,.
plemei.ie.l toy a weli-eUi;e. tlepartincut, wiUiir
c .jiiotl, uuilci the henl ot '
irlrinK receipts for prai taal li.hes hinti for m k-liia-
ciulhiiiir amt lor keeping up w,,n the iMttt
faliioDat ihe loe.t pnre. r.rery item of tok.
ins; or ecioomy uRe.te.i In thi. ipartinen ia
practiiaily teieil l.v expert, iior piiblicatioa
Let.er, liuiuuiir lai i. and lndon cirtfiHndui
ou the very latent larhion Hie Uowe lp.rt
mentor the V ttsLV Jl main a ill .at. the hou-c-rite
mure than one humirea time, the orice of ilia
palier. The in lei e In of
arelooke l after, and everjthmjt relatior to m.
rli inic, and lab-r svli1(f is carefully record e I
T h'lio is a pa;;e tleroted to all the latest phases of
the uuiiieiiiai'k U. I rops. lletehandise Xc e
A Tnliialile le.ume is fiund in lh.uecialiy trout'
tud piice andron!iliOMol
THE PRODUCE MARKET
frosriNO .Saws nt home and auio.ul. together
with a .vruBT erery svK-k. a saa. by some .iai
nei.t Jiviav. I.ITK.akt. Mi aies!.. la.M.Tir I
I aoNai. ati'l Ska Xotks. Taoro is no paper in ilia
world a hh'ti coutaiu. s. much news waiter trery
. cm i.u. a:cn is seat. pvs.
tape free, for Oue lollar. Vou au subcriL at
Tli K77c;kS:::!ieeuyf,r.C:3liriTj4:l .
Ad;re... . .
NEW YORK HERALD,
llroadway aa Asa Street. Revr Trk.
for Uie Cure of iVmmal Wwtkne", I Jl
Manhood and all disorder brxjtMon by Inrti
(rrtitiucrtsrMi. Any Orurirfnt ki th mrra
,l p.it.. AsMmt, Ir. W. . IM A
139 West iSla-Us kcrveS, Cisselsissali. U.
n'.i , ' .
FTKR yrars of experience as a htr
XjL ber, durintr which time J bara teste l
tt qualities of the Tarious preparations
for the hair now iu use. I have discovered a,
which I think will prove far superior fo
mr othrir DrrD-iration for Clransia? and
Invicnratini? the Sraln Itpinr.iiir' Dan.l
- o - r . t-
ruff or Scurf, ard Yita'iii it the Hair. It
is Iho result of tnaryr experimont't mad
by tne, and I am prepared to warrant ii
efficacy. I har this Hair Tonic bottled
for sale and would I ke for the peo;'e gen
erally to give it a trial. Trice
One Dollar a Bottle.
Ilinrs Block, next do jr to Mallarnew bens-,
july II, 1ST3 ,
r koi.' i i an: ai. stw