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Office: At the Sa.v.e Old Stand. 3V, O. -VUlxic?ct l.dltoraud I'ubUhli r. Fayelteyille, Tennessee. NATIONAL DKSOCRATIC TICKET jFOB PRESIDENT, WINFIELD S, HANCOCK, ! . . of Pennsylvania. ? - " :rOB VlCE-rEESITOKT. 3VILLIAJI II. ENGLISH, ').-.. ' if India in. , JEXESSEK ELECTORS. .fttatc at Larje. ' ,JOHN L. T. SNEI of Shelby. JOHN M. FLEMING, of Knox. Fertile Districts. '.. 3 st District Chabi.e R. Vakc-e. , 2nd District V. L. Lepcklwood. Urd District Johk I. Nkal. 4tU District Joskfh E W'AsiuxfiTOjf, of iiiHjertstm. fth District (1th Distiict V. A.Tmoma. 7tu District E.T. TAM.iArEUim, of Giles 8th Diatnct A. t; Uawkixs, of Carroll 9th District T. E. Biciurkson. of Dyer 10th District It. J. Uoiman, of .Shelby. Washington Letter. pctiul CorrctptHtd&tet of the OnRjrnvRn . Wabhinotok, D. C, July 20, J 880. The National Kepublieau, u eually the most cheerful of Rad ical organs, this morning : pub lished the following in its edito rial cousui&: "All along the line the intclli--gence comes that the Democrats itrc closing up their ranks. .Tam many has laid down the hatchet ; peace has been patched up in Philadelphia, and in Massachu setts amicable overtures have been tendered, which are expec ted to bring- most satisfactory results; in Maine the fusion is comideft'd by the entire .mutch lcr of the Democrats to tltc Greenbaekers. and everywhere .personal prejudices are being hunk for the jreneral good oi the party. Hits means that the Re publicans will have to work har- W tn su'.hiHvc success. A uni ted Democracy in the North, with a solid South behind it. will oblige every lk-publican to .come out and work. Except in the reference to Maine, the foregoing is in every way accurate. In that State the Democrats are not swallowed by the CJrecnbackers, nor the G reenbaekers by the Democ rats There is simply nn amicable union of all the conservative vo ters of the State, against a rin of corrupt and infamous men who have held the people of the State under control for twenty five vears, assigning honors and profits .as they pleased, and pay ing no regard to the welfare of the State. This year, added to those who have for two years outvoted this ring and its follow ers, will be hundreds of soldiers who have heretofore voted the rin"- ticket but will do so no . more. The Republican is right. Its party will have to work harder than-ever before to achieve suc cess. . . . . , Mr. Hayes manages to keep one Cabinet officer here. If llamsey goes, Sherman has to return, and, Devens aets as a convenience whenever all the rest are absent. An inveterate tramp like Schurz is not amena able to any such rules, and is gouc for the summer. Secretary Thompson has fairly earned the long leave he is taking. I only regret that so capable and hon est an officer should so misuse the time taken from his desk at the Department. But one who for fifty or sixty years has been fighting the Democratic party, no matter what sort of company he may have had to lc in, can be excused in his extreme old njje for keeping on. He is not half as good a speaker as he is Secretary of the Navy, and that is a comfort. Early next month Mr. Hayes himself will go off on a cam paign tour to the Pacific States, then the solitary Cabinet Minis ter will, I suppose, disappear. This is the administration, it will ie remembered, which came in with a sneer at the absentee ism of the preceding one. It is understood that there will iw. r.Hlo nr no reduction "l the M; iivnv . - iinblic debt reiOl ted lor ) 1V. I uullt 1 1 ' McKay. ThcNashulle Banner is, by common consent, one of the best papers in Tennessee. Its ed itorial management is careful and industrious. It is deliberate and conscientious in forming opinions, and its views arc pro mulcted with courteous ability. The"paper merits the thorough success it has attained. Why a Solid South. Hancock is a candidate of a whole nation while Garfield is a andidfttc of a section only. When the war ended, a purpose was developed by the radicals to array the negroes of the South against tlm whites. To this end hcv instituted lodires and se cret societies for the enfranchis ed slaves, in which they were impelled to subscribe to oaths, that they would never vote for a democrat. - The same emissa ries that organized the colored men into these societies, and who were in great part agents of the Frcedmau's Bureau, also procured their money for safe keeping in the Frcedman's bank, ultimately planning to rob them of every dollar. "The last nam ed actually proved ' a success. None of the depositoi-s ever saw even the interest on their depos its in that essentially political bank. The effort to array the blacks against the whites however was not successful" except for a very brief season the liberated slaves soon discovered that their best friends were found among their old masters and present employ- ers. lnev tnereiore oroKe me so called oaths; and gradually but firmly arrayed themselves alomrside of their friends and neighbors in the political field. The result was as follows: The whites, outraged by the criminal efforts to transpose their former Slaves and friends into enemies, repudiated' radicalism and the republican party from Delaware to Texas. And the blacks having learned that their best friends were at home, and not abroad, also repudiated that party and its purposes. J Thus it is that in the entire South there is not a republican party worth the name. By rea son solely of their wicked and criminal efforts to capture the political control of the South, they have lost it entirely and forever. All that remains for this par ty now, is to keep up its section alism. Democracy appeals to the North and South alike, but radicalism appeals to the North only. The color line' having been obliterated, the line of Ma son and Dixon is sought to be substituted. To this end they have placed in nomination a man who, whatever his professions in speech, never voted except as a sectionalist. He, no more than the party behind him, ever rcse to the attitude of recognizing all Americans as peers, never ad mittcd in action "that all just governments derive their power from the consent of the govern ed." On the contrary his shib boleth is "The IS orth against the South." This is the sword in the sk, with which he expects to conquer; the only weapon adapted to his low hvpocntical nature. He has no policy adap ted to the nation at large, no de sire for the equality of Ameri can citizenship, but sweats, fumes and festers in the malig nity of sectional hate. Some partizans claim Garfield as a strong candidate, lie may be, but the strength is only dis ccrnable by the olfactory nerves Hancock's letter of acceptance has been published. It was crowded out this week by the length' report of the County Convention, but will appear next week. The recognition of tl supremacy of the Constitution is unmistakable. It is not surroun ded by ambiguity; not shrouded in verbiage. It brings out the vital point of Government in a plain, crisp way that must arrest the attention of even the thought less, and command the admira tion of all unbiased people. Another Banquet Necessary. Xssbrille Herald. The Cincinnati Republican pa pers have gone to waving the bloody shirt the same as ever. Cincinnati will have to give an other Southern banquet when the election is over, in the interest of her Southern trade. Be "Wise and Happy. If you will stop all j onr extravagant and wrong notions in doctoring yourself and families with expensive doctors or humbug cure-alls that do harm always, and use ''J .Vure 8 reined.es for all your I ailments you win oe wise, wen aim nap- py. and save great expense. 1 ho greatest nmedr for this, the great, wise and good will tell yon, is Hop Bitters rely on it. See' another column..' The election in Alabama last Monday was a complete Demo cratic victory. The amalgama ted radical and greenback ticket was defeated in Madison county as well as in the State. The simplest, saf.M anJ surest means to relieve thel'.aby of Colic and in luce slum ber is Dr. ISull's Daby .Syrup. , Trice only 5 cents a bottle. ' . - Blanche. Ed. Observer. About five leagues from harbor, while on a late voyage, we ran upon the reefs and came near being wreck ed. And while trembling at dan ger and thinking of home and friends, a vessel from the dock xi ?. . " ,4. ..:4. 4- ,2,i Hull WC lmtoL cuuimi iaj uuaiuu- " , ,1im;n;nn . L,! y" " : i "?rrr"r : " "" ti.r-ml, nv-vth?nr on " : ,;.v:.re;: 3 0nmi that the greatest uanger oi set.- in- up an epidemic was in our 0 A ' " .i 4.1. )WCre, ami uiai. e uiub i attempt to Cast anchor at the port ol grace lor a given lengin . & 1 ' 1 of time, Unless We prayed lor - ,. 1 .1 I tho. success of a certain, party, rn, o. 'it- ivo rlon1firr.fi- hsiA f"1 " " - . - ' 7 God 111 it and WOUld redeem tilO yardofacertam pohbcal party tomito..V ran .along sutcotir ""S.- Kay, directing them' to bny and halted to insinuate that our v' . n P AS country. Tlie declaratioirelec-hier g. - ' . 1 . .1 tllliea US lor a Uiomeill, out uicii we thought ol the lront and rear of the party iu question, and then began to look at the body, and notwithstanding - the peril, we hastily compared it to a call our neighbor butchered once, lie said after the tail, was cut. oil' the beef might have been sal ted down and covered in , the horns. All this affair was con ducted by church men. ; How such could lay an embargo on the prayers ol a stranger, may seem strange to those who do not scramble Christ and Caesar and serve them with enthusiasm from the same dish, but the nar row territory between the eyes of some men indicate that they can do what other men cannot rin. pvpn tlinfcfi whnsfi vos lire further from seeing from the same hole and whose ears set Iowpt on the head. ii 1. 1 ,.. jjiuiicxiu uiiu 5uiiuuiiuui88.m: in a line condition. . Crops are l-.ncJiiflcc lincV on1 nnirP pcrvaus. xnc ounaay scnooi uon 1 nag. We are expecting Capt. Bur- nam to address the school on ,1 C.wl i in'.Qrtn'.lnr.V liiv; w uiuiuaj, ut. v, v.. Slipt. Kawls and Cycry OUe CISC will be Present. Prof. Holland is at the acade- my UP to his chin in hard WOl'k. J . Ho i 1 o-nntl tpirhor h vorv pupil fares alike. 4 Boys chew- " j tobacco and dangling a peachstonc basket at the end of a watch chain, and large enough to whisper to the girls in pray er meeting, and to wear a brass ring on the fore finger, can't get around having their shirt dus ted when other things fail. . Rcvs.Lowry.and AVoodard are engaged in the annual protracted meetings. Ours commences the 5th Sunday. Let the saints of your office vie with us. Mrs. Calvin Street is sick, so is Jo. F. Byers. A number fail to eat bread and meat as here tofore too much fruit. Jim. Blair is back from Athens. Mrs. J. P. Funk and children of Pe tcrsburg circuit arc visiting here. Mr. Haves . found time from his duties at the poor house to 11 , 1 TT . cation us recently, lie spOKe ol having wanted to -"buss us for something we said through the OnsEiiVKii. AVc like the man but decline "bussing" any thinrr ihnt dmi'r vn;ir c-aUon Tjst wn rlirr im n. littlo nnrtli quake, e U 'leave off tumb- ling our ideas like rolling pump kins against a barn door. A TEIP TO ARKANSAS. Cheaper than you can stay at home. A big excuision party will leave Decherd, b aetteville,Tul lahoma, McMinnviilc. Wartrace. Fort Smith, Arkansas. 11UOUIIIIV.) AVI UllUb -1 IV (.I11VA Train leaves Fayetteville,next Tuesday, August 10, at l):30, a. m., leaves Decherd, 11:38, p. m. Kiir-h ticket will ho. sr.ld for less than it will take to grease the car wheels. for four days each way, thirty days for the round trip. Stop overs will be allowed in Arkan sas to sec the crops, to go fish ing, etc. Round trip tickets at the fol lowing low rates: Fay etteville to Utile -liock. bv Memnh s fc L. R. 1L R., 10.25, to Ft.Smith, , . - lr- by Jj. R. & F. S. R. R., $21.15. l?or lurthcr mlormation en quire of I. T. Rodes, Ticket A gent X., C. & St. L. R'y, Fay- etteville, or W. L. Danley, G. P. & T. A., X., C. & St. L. R'y., Xashville, lenn. Foreign Markets. WHEAT. Nashville, quiet, 85 (Sl.00 St.Lonis, active, 90 ,90J Louisville, fair, b9 Chicago, unsettled, 90f Cincinnati, steady, 91 9G NewYoik, easier, 1.05 (Si. 10 Milwaukee, weak, 94 cokx sacked. ' St.. Louis, easier, 3434 Chicago, active, 35 Cincinnati, easier, 39 40 Louisville, firm, 3943 Nashville, dull, 48 (.50 BACON". Cincinnati, steady, . 58f Nashville, firm, 59 St. Louis, quiet, SjSJ Louisville, strong, -GSj General Order. v General Order No. 1 of Ulys ses S. Grant, "Commander-in- Chief of the Boys in Blue," di: rccts the members ot that inter esting organization to vote for Garfield. - The "Boys in Blue' have hitherto received nothing sinkers at a dollar each. . . . , p . As a curiosity of the heated season we republish' Ulysses S. $. Grant's "General Order JSo 1 from the Ti'ibwie, the organ the Boys ,n Blue : . t - Usiox "Bovs w Bute." k , - , New York, J oly 22, isso. . General Ordew, No. 1. T rhtl mmh, tr i, cfn nf tx(t va; tional lonnniltee of the Union Veteran's T7: ...:n i - .1 : . i. rt 7 1 , ' r7- '"rK, V 'Boys In Blue in their respective Slates to j)roniote thi election of Uarlield and Ar- th nr. . L.1L . Tbe Organizations of the "Boys in Blue" will TeiHrt to the Devartroeut Com inlanders in their respective States. : By or or . , , u. b. gmst, ,. tommanuer-in-Cnief"Bov8 in Blue. De.ke De KaYi Adjuiant-Genersl FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS. at rns ii AVING bought out the pntire interest of John A. Form wait in the Furniture and Undertaker's , i t - . . JU5siI, , kn . firfit .las, sto.k of both Furniture ami Cofflns, also Burial Ciiscs. of all kinds and siies. I licl S . 1,, TTr, , -rc-H. ii 01 hmWlU ILUiillO-tt : A nice pooling board to lay the corpse on: are prpaetJ q frcezg g dead if desired, in order to keep them over. I willalso take charge or a dead bO'ty 01d fnrniln,e m be reoaired on shod notice, varnished or cleaned up. Special 1 .ij...: ...:il 1 .. i i .1 1 ,llc"uu" "e f l,ni ,u """" s"u putting np old furniture. Hoping to share a liberal patronage, am respectfully, W 2L. Webb & Go. juljl Faycltcvillc, Tcnn. lias juet received a large stock of Furniture! consisting of Bedsteads, Matrcssos. Bureaus, Safes. Wash Stands, Chairs, K? 0,''erar,it1Vn(hllin. w'". sell as tow as such goods can be bonght in this market. Also, always on hand Cases, Caskets, and Home-made Coffins, 1 as cheap as can be had in the place. Anda BEAUTIFUL IIEAESE gentle horses and careful driver. nov 27 o J. B. WILSOX. I0CK urn: -Axr -AT- "ROOTr STYYRTT! North Side the Public Square, ITayottoville, Tennessee, School Books, Bibles and Tcsta- ei"ieou ioonat . .,,,a, n4,a niirl V4fL-Iia Blank Books. Pocket Books, Memoran dum Books, .Photo graph and Autograph Albums, Legal Can, Letter. and Note Paper and Envelopes, urawingtaper,Lroll and Sil vered Paper, Plain and Embossed, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Paper, Luln and Itus tic Picture Frames, any ' size, and will furnish any thing in the Book and Stationery LilUU, Just received from the American Bible Society rubhshing House," New Yoik, A New SupjIy of Bibles and Testaments! "VT. W. & 11. PETTEY. may 6 MILL & FACTORY SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS: BELT I NO, HOSE and PACKING, OILS, PUMPS ALL KINDS, IRON PIPE, FITTINGS, BRASS GOODS, STEAM GAUGES, ENGINE GOVERNORS, 4c. S.nd for Price-list, W. H. DILLINGHAM & CO., 143 Main Street, L0U1SYILLE, KY, ; ian 29-ly Mii' twi'ix-nr rP ror nr.-i 1 nvilovn nut. 1 Dailiies 01 a cci uiui mm ui uiu - Congressional Convention. j A convention of the Demo- cratic party ot the mitn lxn- gressional .District is called to convene in the Court-house in I the town of Shelby vi lie, Bedford count', Tenn ., at 12 m. sharp, Tuesday, August 17, lboU, lor the )urj)ose of naming an Elec tor for this District, and trans acting any other business which, iu the judgment of the counties in convention assembled, shall be for the best interests of the party and the people. -The several counties of the District arc earnestly but res pectfully solicited to send up a full quota of representative del egates so that the work dono may be well done in harmony. J. L. Oek, Chm'n 5th Cong Ex. Coim D st. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. i If you wish to get your Goods ; Cheap go to (Ids Jtonse', and you will huy them CJieap, and if you haven't the money you fant get them. "We can't sell goods on a cred it and sell them as cheap, nor no one else can do so. WILSON & FR1XCIS. 1880 IV E W 1880 SPRING and SUMMER T. G. G00DRICH& CO., Are now receiving: their spring and summer stock of goods, which are very attractive und complete. DRY GOODS, HATS, CLOTHING, XOTIOXS, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, Queensware, Parasols, Ladies' trimmed and untrimmed Hats ot the newest styles, and in fact, these (roods were purchased at the very lowest prices, ana we are determined to sell at such low prices as will ensure sat isfaction. All we ask is an examination of our goods, and we are satisfied yon will buy of tis. We would most respectfully return onr thank to our friends and the public gener ally for the liberal snport we have had since we commenced business. South Side of the Square, UNDER BRIGHT HALL! T. C. GOODRICH & CO. aprilli-SO HE7MANN & HILL WATCHMAKERS AKD DRA I.IRS IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles, &c. Shop at Slake & Milan's Hardware Store, Fayetteville, Tenn. All work done promptly and WARRANTED. CASH PAIDFOlt OLDGOLD&SILVEH nov. 22- HOW IjS THIS! I have just received ONE THOUSAND EAGLES, which are now on exhibition in in adjoin ing room to my wildcat. Yank looks after the eagles while I attend to the cat. Come unil Hco XJh. mayl3tf C.C.JAMES. Art oldby 1 Harrlwireuid 1lmm Plrm. TtH" Iji 10 oiu ownin a harm or muia bat wh win Sn ta m li of fni. tamrtMn ol rrft t1n. tnit - rclllr adapted lo their wan. 0Vr'KT Al'F'O CO W m Tcoy , XT, Sola Maautaclurer. i nruTC niTnAToscE ti! n. uvea nuLii i o 1 1 nil I Uui Vice President, our ncn I'roiUddt aotl HAMOflPff U JtliXj . liHlyvUUii 4H.11C1 Hoiy.V. Hi ENGLISH. IDmifcumls are wailing lor lh book. It con tn ins steel portraits of the candidate and other full. p;o cnsraTing". Kxtra inliirenient offered to those Mili'cun Lcrritoiv nv. Ionpla Km H V. Sill St., CiMcinaatj. O. Jul; H it ' S777 A YEAR and expenses to airenTi". Outntfrue. Ar1lre I. O. VlfK- i-IiV, Augrust, Maine. julv-4t CTesTT-Xsai eml for onr fceiect List of Vnr Ne iapcr. lieo. I. Uowell Jk to .IKSprnce Ht. erxork ii M Lis 1 1 NDlfe, 1 1 - - DF.U3S AND MEDICINES. -' OPT? TWYW r -j lHlS W tr W. A. Gfll, Jr., & Co., SacecssftratC00Sini4IlL," West Side Public Square, Moorehead Block, Fayetteville, Tennessee.' WILL be found a choica and well se lected slock of . . PUEE DllUGS, Medicines, . f .. ; ; Pekfumeuy, Fancy and' : Toilet Ai:ticles, Paint?, Oils, VARNISnES, ' . Brushes, Dyes, Glass, Books, - - Stationery, Wall Paper, Tobacco, Cigars, and everything usually kept in a Drug and Stationery House. W'e have just received a large stock of . Fr esli Garden Sect! ! 1ST DR. W. C. BllIGUT, who has his office with us, will be onr prescript ion ist, and all prescriplions will be filled with care and dispatch. We respectfully solicit a liberal share of public patronage. jan29, '80-t f W. A. UlLU J tt., x iu. DR. C. A. DIEEXEB, at liingo Corner, Fayetteville, Tenn., Whoieoalo and Retail DEALER IN v PURE DRUGS AND MEDI CINE, FINE CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBAC CO, NON-EXPLOSIVE ELAINE OIL, - Patent and Family Medicines, PURE CONCORD WINE For Medical Purposes, made by mysflf, and a well se'eeted stock of all goods usually kept in a Duuo Stoki A Full Supply of L:',i'i C:!::::'.:i hki hi Prompt and careful attention given in Pre scriptions and all calls iu the Practice of Medicine. DR. C. A. 0 1EMER. feb th.79 Bearden &Thomas PROPRIETORS OT HAVING recently purchased th'sa pop ular Mills: (Ion; knawn as the Mar kutn Mill) we are now putting them in first class order, and with superior machinery, which is equal to any in the State, wo can promise , FLpUR, MEAT., BRAN or other Milling Products, eqnal to any in quality and quantity. Soliciting a liberal patronage, we promise an untiring effort to give salifactioa. To farmers and all others, we offer Custom Grinding Ereijf Day ! and ask them to give ns a trial, assured, as we are, that they will bo pleased with our way of doing business. BEARDEX & THOMAS. P. S. Mat. Bearden may always be tound at the Mills, and will give orders his personal attention. . aug. 15o-tf ELECTION NOTICE! BY virtue of the authority vested in me by the County Court of Lincoln coun ty, Tennessee, at its July term, 1880, 1 will open and hold an election at the various precincts of said county, on Tliursday, August 5th, 18S0, tor the purpose of elec ting one Chancellor of the fourth division, one Sheriff, one Trus tee, and Constables for each district, and Magistrates and School Directors hera va cancies exist W. A MILL AKD. july8-n Ice For AT B. M. Hatclier, j., & Cos, Will deliver on regular contract to fami !ip in anr nart of the town. Will furnish " .f a ICE-OKEAM, by the gallon at reasonable prices. june2Mf JNO.L. WAGGONER, Fayetteville, Tennessee, Carpenter and Builder, WJ OULDrespe cl fully inform parties con f T iemplating building, that he will erec any style of dwelling or other building, as lehfsp as any one, lor casn ana on iime, Orders tilled in town or country. Satisfaction Gnarantccd! Orders may be left at the 0B3Eavra office. liefers to J. A. Lumpkin, F. W. Carter, W. A. Miles, J. B. Wilson, N. 0. Wallace, and others for whom he has worked. apri!23 '60 -tf 1 lr ills k!E1 Pa:s:s For sale at the Odsekvee Office. GROCERIES, CONFECTIOKERIcS, ETC. ELXES W Under Bright Hall! Boht ljniicl HAS bought the interest of J. C. Bright in the firm of P.iight & Daniel, and will continue the business at the same stand, with a choice assortment of Staple and Fancy consisting of Coffee, Sugar, Teas, Flour, Meal, Caislios of all kinds, Domestic and Imported Fruits, Nuts, Tickles, Tobacco, Cigars, Oysters, Sardines, and other arti cles usually kept in houses of this class. By keeping good articles at reason a Die urices. with courteous treatment to custo mers, he hopes to receive a liberal trade. jiily22-6m liUBT.IJAMiiL ; B. EL Hatcher, jr., & Co., dealers nr Staple and Pancj: Groceries? Will Sell as Low as the Lowest! All Articles Guaranteed To be as Represented. Call and Price our Goods. june21-tf FRANK II0DGK1NS, -A SO- Ccnxectioncr, West Side Square, irnycttovlllo,TcnueKco. JEEP3 on hand a full supply of Canned Goods, Tropical Fruits, SUCH AS ORANGES, LEMOAS, FIGS,&e. TheBakingDeparfment is Complete And Fresh Bread Tea and Orna mental Cakes, Kept Con- utantly on Hand. AIso,Toliacc,Ci'rar, Snuff, Home Fruits, and Toys in Abun dance. CALL AND SEE ME I Orders far parties and weddings solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed! janl-tf The Old Celebrated IB IMPKOVE Stoves of Any Pattern F: aislied tt Suit PartLascn. COAL OIL AND LAMPS, Kitchen Furniture and l'unips, TINWARE, REPAIRS FOR OLB STGVES. Jobbing a Specialty, . THOS. J, McGARVEY. WIDOW JIEMUEItSO.N'S SALYEI li S one of the most v duahle ever made. It cores or relieves ulcers, eruptions, can- ceis,eryipelis,St.Anthony's Are.scald head, burns, bruises, sore eyes c-. no matter how long standing. Cases of from 4 to 27 years' duration have been cured, when all other remedies have failed. References given if wished. And for fistula, sweeney, sore, pole evil, wind galls in horses, it isa sure cure! For sale in Fayetteville by B. J. Chafin and at Christian's drug store; in Boons Hill by E. S. Wilson. ' may20-3m 1AM prepared to do all work in my line in the latest style. Satisfaction GUARANTEED. april 11 C. A. KIN'GSLEY. QrocerieS 1 f 1 BUSINESS CAFCS. IF. JT. .12illet .72. 17., Faydtcville, Tennessee. Office over Lamb & Tillman's law office, Church street. Kesidcnce,-!. L. ilaynes. july S-ly n A.B. SHADDEM,' " Practicing Physician, Fayetterilley Tenn. . Office at his residence. march -1 SO-tf - 12 C mil ZJ, Physician and Surgeon, n' ILL practice medicine and surgery in b'a yeitcville and vicinity. Office at Christian's drug store, jan. 2 1. Medicine and Dentistry Dr. Joe Dinwiddle, Practicing Physician and Denlisf, Fayetteville, Tennessee,- Office, two doors north of the carringe shop IT 9 C BrigJU, Til?, f II.L practice Medicine and Surgery Tv in Farettevillu and vicinitv. OtSca at V. A. Gill. jr.. & CoV. Druz Store. july23 IF. muffins. SURGEON DENTIST, Fayetteville, Tennessee.. TILL practice in Lincoln and adjoining counties, baiisfaction guaranteed both in prices and operations of all kinds. Omca at residence. aug. 12, 1375. 8. W. CAIlilACK. MAT WHITASHR- CARMACK& WHITAKEB, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Fayetteville, Tennessee. dec 11 1879 I9. Carter, Allornej at Law, Fayetteville, Tennessee, V3 Prompt attention given to business. Office at the Court House. marchG Geo. B. Boflcs, AUornej-at-Law, Fayetteville, Tennessee. jan. 2iih, 1873 II. Mnrnam, Attorney -at-Law, Fayetteville, Tenn essee. jan. 21th, 1373 ' J. If9. Yeivman Alto r n e j - a t Law, Fayetteville, Tennessee. WILL practice in the various Conrt3 of Lincoln and adjoining counties, and in thu Supreme and Federal Court at Xauhville. Office south side of the Public Sauare. sept7-tf . IF. Goodwin, AUornej-at--Law, Fayetteville, Tennessee, S& Collections a specialty. feb4 Geo. ll Wiggins, Attorney at Law, Office at Aa residence near Camargo, T,, practice in the various Courts of Lincoln and adjoining counties. o9 H3LMAN & HQLMAN, ' Allorncjs at Law, Fayetteville, Tennessee. PRACTICE in the Courts of Lincoln county. Casosin Bankruptcy prompt ly attended to. janGO-tf II0LM.1X & WOODS,. DEALEKSIX GRAIN, BACON 9 AND ALL KINDS COUNTRY PRODUCE College Street, Fayetteville, Tenn. j.in. 30-1 f I BEST IM THE WORLD! ,s. Tf kVXrSry. tii Uilereneo. that Tour tlnklnir Snjafa jti. c 2t-Ciu PUKING MILLS, AS D MASIFACTORT ff Ioors, Sash, Blinds, Mohlin AND Dressed Lumber. I have lately increased my P.JWCr and am doing Dressing Much Cheaper! My Saw Mill la in lhe country, r nn fill order, at short notice aad cheiper than 1 hve ever sold Lumber. I win Frai 8T tit $ 1 .25 n lots of 500 feet or more: swallanJ eho. Whit., rnmlnrd tr if fir, but m to.npAumv Avn'it lots bi-hr. W E. YURLEY, Fayetteville.Tenn. aprd 13.