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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 May 1856

, , t i - -) -r i I. t 1 ' r . - F ayetle ville Observer free of Postage la Llncsln County! -THURSDAY, I?I AY 29.1S5G. A Request Easily Granted. CPersoiis purchasing" articles advertised in oar columns, will confer a favor by mentioning that they saw the advertisement iu the Fatettevtllb Obsekteb0 " t fh5rAirertis9ment3 are inserted in the r tier in whvchhey are handed ?n. OT Aircrtfsementsmutbeh.andedintothe DlXica ly Tntilciy Morning, to insure an appear aace in the following Paper. Neatly Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed and for sola at our desk--cJieajj. Lectures v J -" ' This would seem to ba th3 Season of lectures Tor Fayettaville. For two or threo. weeks, Prof. Rjjan has baen lecturing, publicly and private ly, on the physical, mental, and spir itual conditions of Man. - . JurKanff . from tho reports of members of his xilass, entire satisfaction w;is given. Week before last, Dr. Holland, the blind Phrenologist, commenced a se "rhs of Lectures, sus...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 May 1856

v... ' .jf - : - :? . "f. All - vir 1 FaUfiiinff Animals; . ..' Ta:rd -arc corijb pi allies -which r Lttwyer Situms was the greatest app'y t-j tb-i fcedjpg of anim-la, which ' W:l of tl:iy ut was Mes3ed with will bri ay iufreo "' " ' I th? mnst solemn -visage, that man ev i q, . . ' . ter saw in a member of the bar, aud l. in ) br.-ed is or groat -impor-p-to the lawyer or judge that at t::c Asvll-lr-d animal not oajy ! tempted to baudy words with' him. a iiauo w.isu.-, out l;aj Uio mo-it. i i ill s right i!acjs, th fibre is tind a - and juicy, tnatbe f:t is j.ut on jost hii J-l -g u f'jl'.-blood Durham o ;;it. and a comaui one. The bone at thi bas of trio tail o:U iuLs much f ;i ih; r in thr fornur, aCbrding moro roojn vd'nVi; cut, a id is only fjuad in per - i i - 1 . . , u rr. )HM h:gh-Jlvd st.K-.C- TilO Allili is c:se all or r Itlip wliulc bod )Jy ivoll do Eat.'m bu'.ohors undcr siitid thlc?; tii it their prices ar T'gu lit.'d by ill; br.'od, eVcn wher two .i-ii.-uils ar..i -equa...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 June 1856

4 i I'UlJXSIlCK & rKOriSILTOK. Kt O. WALLACE 1 "kl all the euds thou, ntui'st at be , thy Country's, thy; God's, and TrutU's.", 't. a.' 1 i'0. '7.-.VOL 1 . . FArETTill'ILLj, ,TENST: THURSDAY, JDNH 5a: 1856. v, , 1 AVIIOLE NO. 267. r . .. . 1 i i - -' , " 1 1! W I II 1 1 "'Vf" "'''" I " . . . . . . .-'',.' I- t .-. X C7 rwo Dllars for ona year if r'ahl at tha tun j ofsubscription; Ttvo Dollars itad Fifty Cats, without deviation - aflerthe aspiration of "three months. 1711 iiitls for 'Advertisemeiits, Job Work, or Subscription.considcred due, when contracted, except agajnst thosa with whom we hatfe runnini aJcountsl CT3 ibscribersfaiiingfaordera discontinuance of thipsper, at the expiration of the time . for whisU they may hare subscribed, are con- K.ierea as wtamng 10 renew; ana it wm be continued to thorn accordingly. C3 IV o Paper" will be sent outof the county nulesspaulfor in. advance. " ' -" ICTAlrertisements inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Lines or. fj2ss, for ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 June 1856

FAmfmLEERVER. . Umtoiyofth&nXmeUaStesJrepoblics.las Beret ceased to ba re- uauwwiisfc ii 01 me lsunnur, and hit:her?cf comsertubUc attention has Wridirected as the mos,t inviting field 7or 'enterprise, of inter oceanic i communication between the obnosite 11 7 ,1 . mora espec- thm. IntnomiJst of the 'violent i-uiy to tneterntoryot the, State of irevoiuirons and tho wars bv which ard6d by thia ' Government with solicitude and regret on their own ac count, while it has been the source of continual embarrassment in our publio . . and private relations with N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Nicaragua and Honduras. Paramount Jto that of any Furopean Stater as' was tha iutofcstsof the Uni ted States in tho security and free dom of projected lines of travel r . 1 - - Kxi liny ui 44 fi.m ...... g.'l C, . ? r.- . I Y - w - on;c i . zimnr urn. ;vii,m mi '05 ierte, Pri.x:.i:ij Q, A. FAV2TTEVILLD, TENN: ThciY'Jay-lHcmliis, ftlid not vield in this rosmct to f.ritf jsuggastions of territorial aggrandiz;...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 June 1856

; I, Fayetteville Observer Tree of Postage in Lincoln Coanij! THURSDAY. JUNE 5. ISSC, 3-A ffcqncst Easily Granted. CrParaonsparcliannrtictes-advert'sedin cureoiumns, will confers favor by mentioning mill mey saw tn. advertisement m the JJAYETTEVILLE OBSfiftVEIlJg OCTA lvertisgments are inserted in the. cr-r der in which they are handed n. ; QC7 AtWcrtisemontsmustbe Landed into the Office by T'ailay Mominj, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. , NEatly Printed Blanks. Cory tabtes an,d Justices "blanks just printed and for sale, at our desk -cheap. Rail Road-; A m ;etirig of; tiie .Board of Direct tors of the Winchester and Alabama Kail Road, is called to beheld, in Winchester, Saturday 7th inst , for ths "election of officers, and the con sideration of matters of vital impor tance. . .We trust such of ' the dele". gites appointed at the, recent meet ing in this pihe:, as can make it con vemenfc-to attend will do so. S . M raw t Bible Society V;' Thf? AnnirPTnrtr Sormnn rr...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 June 1856

tSf Eiperimcnl ia polling Wkat. A ractic.:l firmer in this' Stal,e tas sent to one of- ocr. rural papers two earnpl-s of wlt.af of thr same Must one hour by nUonuecticut clock. l-tnl rr-w -s ... J 1 V I V I ..ll,n. - . "... ' ,"""' b'u" " i"i iifiu, out, cut current times.' lie states that on? srai.le Iwas Qiit on Ibe -20th of July hist, in a rcrn state, t,ht n lv crush 4 gri,i haJ the np- , earaiice of tttck dough; thy oth jr B-mpli wr.s;ut r fays hit-' r ia a ripe state, the tars drooping, and the grain firm .srd h; rd. Both srmpUs Re main-din stack until the 17 th of October. Wh' n the gr.iin was thresh ed, it was foiled ihat the green cut portion was equally "dry with the oth er; bat besides that, the green cut grain weighed twenty-eight ounces per bushel morutlwu th it which w;;s allowed to stand until it was quitr ripe, and the former has been also fount! to producv a better sanipla cf flour with one-twJfih loss Iran. - Jf vrj'huve fctiy doubtir.g renders, i Tier-Ms-an- esp nn...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 June 1856

C A - -"111 't J I ; ii iI li s eJ t i J ,vjii (if ll ilE:y'lj ;i; ii j, B " " . :C .. ' , ., ......... ; i . t - ... JT. O. WAIXACE . -.r , -Let all tbe ends Ctaou aim's t at be thj Country's, ihr God's, andruth's." - v , . rpBLISUEX & I'lEOl'Uiiyros. ' - " ' , .. . 1 ' : ; ; , ,- . ': "' .". . .. .,y. - t ' T " ; : . .... . , . ,. - ; ,f ' : : 7" ' C v i I ICTTwo Dollars for one year if paid at the time of subscription; Two Dollars and Fifty Ceuts, without deviation . afterthc expiration of three igentls. ." tC7All JSI1U for AO'ertiacments, Job Work, or Sabscription, considered due, when contrasted, except aainst those with whom - w have running accounts. fcSrSabscribersf aiiingt o order a discontinuance of ths paper, at the expiration of the time for wVih they day Lave subscribed, are con- fciusrea wishing to renew; and it will bo continued to them accordingly. - lUjNo Paper will besentoutof the county unless paid for in advance, y tc3FAdvertisement& inserted at One Dol l...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 June 1856

STEELS OBSERVER. Fres of Postage in Lincoln Cocntj mmmm N. 0. WALL ICE, Bailor. Ofi-ick-- tV .time OM Stand: Slgnnf tlx "Olnsrver I' timing OJlce." . FAYETTE VIITLE, TENN: II W II TharsJiy Morning, June 12, 1856 T it. 3 13 r SIB! LIST 9 I OF Otr Tha POST-OFFICE LETTERS U publ-she 1 m the FAYETTE V1LLE OBSERVER, 1)V authority of nn AcJt of Congress, which rovid?s that it shall appear in the Newspaper nviu-' Hie Largest Circulation! Jlational Scmorratic irkrf.- ron riiEsiDEXT, JJMES BUCHANAN, - OF FEXXSTLVAXIA. FOR VICD-FRESIDENT, JOHN G. BRECKENRIDGE, ' OF KENTUCKY. Decmralic Electoral Ticket. FOB THS 6TATE AT LARGE, W illiasi II. ToLK, of Maury. x IsiiAM G. Harms, of Shelby. FOB THE MSTRICTS, James W. McHeset, of Overton. 3 D. M. Kzr, of Hamilton. 4 E. L. Gabdexhide, of White. 5 E. A. Kekble, of Rutherford. C Jaues II. Tdomas, of Maury. - 8 J. G. Poispexteb, of Montgomery. 9 J. D. C. Atkins, of Henry. So. No. No. No. No.. No. Ko. 10D. M. Ccekin, of Shelby. - OUR TICKET. : The Democr...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 June 1856

Favetteville Observer Free of Postage la Lincoln County! THURSDAY, JUNE 12. 1 SScJ. A Reqncst Easily Granted. 3 ttJrtPersons pnrchasinz articles advertised in t onr columns, will confer a favor by mentioning tna.-tn3y saw tne advertisement in the , i? AYETTEVtLLE ObSEBVKBC0 - 03"A1 vertisements are inserted in the or der in which they are handed in. OCT Advertisements must be handed intothe Office by Tuesday Morning, to insure an appear .ub ui me .oiiowing raper. X '- 4: Neatly Printed Blanks. - Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed an id for 8aie at our desk cheap, - .Spring ,Sh3sjust gone! Bards call her thefiirv-fnntnd 'V ThnvrnvA ' Rht makeshrffrin!oiiWfi.sn!fid W o.-i in' 1Jtuu0 tuiuugu iu uiuu ue . woman s-nghts woman. The poets say sh3 briDgs the snow-drops. We admit that onlv. instead of brinsr- ing them up, she brings them down. An oldalmmac now befoie us says, .underthe head of March, "this is the violet month" evidently an error of .the compositor. - lor violet re...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 June 1856

;farnw. Salt fur Animals Profcor Simcnds, Veterinary Id Fpector'to tha Iloy;:l giicaitural Society, observes, in rdhtionto the HCticn of salt on the animal economy, that Ht 13 tswcuingly beneCcial m irodcrute quantities, hut prejudicial ih "large ones," lie thwjfht horses might tr.ke with advanfcu'o from an j ounce &tA a ha'f to two ounces ofrdn( P:M, a . visit to tha sliippinz at rait di; hut that .;n ericas cf itj would rtLth r a; truls weak, debi.itated it d unfit for oscrliou. Simifcr facts! Vr-tie ep piicyUj also to ox:n, which : ccuDiuLite ft-sh (aster by the jadi - nor.s vhe ', salt, than without, it. He citt-tl Arthur Young and Sir John Sinclair, fo show that salt had a ten-! rtctcy to prevent the rot - m sheep; 'Prof. S. addfd, as his "own opinion, lint t-alt by its action oa the . liver, ai d the supply cf oda it yielded to the bile, led to a greater amount of liuinmoiiiL'GirgUt uvea irom the iooci.ine c;ii ever eeenia his .lite two The' substance, he said was also wel...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 June 1856

V' . - j J r ii i 1 -1 I ' I. a PUBLISllLlt & FltOPKIETOK- " :B. O. WALLACE Let all the ends thou aim's t at be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's. WflOLE NO. M FAYETTEFILLE, TINN: THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1856 1 1 --jurr ; .- r:, .-. - - 7-, -. i - ! AJ ICJ rvo Dollars for one year if paid at -tne time m subscription; Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, without deviation . aftertheexpirationof three months. -4 ti rtill fnr ' A rrtiRements .TnK. - Work, or Subjcription, considered due, when . contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. ?: ffc"T"S:ihsr.t-ihrsf ailin?f o order a discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of thetime , for which they may nave suoscriDca, are con sidered as wishing to renew; and it will" be continued to them accordingly. tONo Paper . will be sent out of the county . amesspaidior in aQTance. . inserted at One Dol lur per Square of Twelve Lines 'or L.es. for th nrst' insertion; my rite tnr onnn continuance.' ' tCJPersons advertising ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 June 1856

MYSTTSVILLEJBSERVEK of Postage in Liaeolii County N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Optice At Vie tarn OU Stand: St'gn of tU " Observer Printing Ojjkc." FAYSTTEViLLE, TENN: Thcay Jlonring; tec 19, 1855 Slaiioiial StniorratitCuIuL - - rCrU PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, X)F PEXXSYLYAXIA. - . . FOB VICK-PRESIDTT, JOHN. C. ERECKENTilDGE, OF K EX TUCK T. Democratic Electoral Ticket. FOU TITK RT ATE AT LARGE. Vv'iLLiAa II. Polk, of Maury. Ishax G. IIabri., of Shelby. 70S THE tlSTEICTS, 1 Rajicel. Potvell, of Hawkins. 2 James W. McIIesbt, of Overton. 3 D. M. Key, of Hamilton. '4 E.'L. Gardeshire, of White. f 5 E. A. Kueble, .of Ra;herford. CJahes II. TnojiA3,cf Maury. 8--J.' (? . PoYsdexter, of Montgomery. 9--J. I), C. Atkjs3, of Ilenry.' . m 10 D.. M, Cchkix, of Shelby. No. No. No. '- No. .Xo. ' Xo. Ko. THE PLATFORM. --The following is the Platform of Principles adopted .by the National - uemocraiic uonvenuon ar umcmnau. ' Ye might have given the telegraphic report last week, but there were so ErmV" er...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 June 1856

Favetleville OhWvpr!11111 ?0EalJ Bibic society Free of - Postage in Lineoln County! THUKSDAY, JUKE ID, 1856. TQ'V' ADVERTISERS! 05" Th TOST-OtTICE LETTERS is published in the LIST OF FAYETrEVILLE OBSERVER by authority of an Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper having , the , . . . - Largest Circulation! S"M Request Easily Granted, .gg - 07-Persoos purchasing articles advertised la our columns, will confer a favor by mentioning that they saw the advertisement m the FAVETTEVILLS Ofl31SSVE3i0 Qi7T I rartisem-jnta are inserted in the or der in which they ara handed ;n. . ,. , : - ; 7-Advtrtisementsmnstbc handedintothe OiHce by Tiunlay Horning, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. Cosimsrce " What a glorious thing commerce' is! How it revives the recollection jjof the past and makes us acquainted with lh-3 present! How it wafts us to the products xf -distant - climes, and es tablishes intercourse'batween people hitherto strangers to each other...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 June 1856

- - j ; j$t' -itarr. ... .;T; sJnrc Groantk 4 Qa this Subject n corre-T-ondent of thetijrtauntowD Telegraph gives the , lullowiu experience: . " 5 Wbe:i my p-islures become fool y the presence of bushes, or filled . tcfrh spurious and profitless vegeta tion, or when thero 13 a dearth, (rom i.nv ii ... 1 . f H... " L . T break up in (he auluma with a deep mm- cveu lumnv the bushes auu btumps having been previously ftb h'nc'ed and removed and after borrowing it thoroughly, sow-ca clo ror buckwheat the following spring. This is, turned in again when fully .rowo; -the'toil-u then well harrowed, uud from three pecks to a bushel of red-top a rd brown-top seed, with a lat fcix pounds of red and white clo ver sired, sown to the acre. The soil i. then rolled, and top-dressed with Hyp-i.um and wood ashes, half and half. A. soon as the crop is fairly up, I rep-ire a mixture of guano, poud utte, nitrate of soda, and wood-ashes " equid parts of . each, apply three -fi.rea busaela to the acre, br...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 June 1856

1 i" as- W V, ; - t . . - j i i mo? - : . . - - vrJ 1 : i. s H-;., r.:.:- .? i i-.KH ii tUV.-i iUyj iU!: ! .'S.-u-'l ,W H--'l r-'H-' ; tt--'l ! : . ;, a 'j.;;,' ... . ; t:i d .llcsti'-ci,? -? f al1 iiu. alm'st at be -cUjr; Country's, thjr -Oo and Trolli s. f . . PUJSLISIIEB riiOPUIETOi:. It. O. WAlilACE , . - - -i - 1 ,vr. -t.i , . f.f. f. ' ' r t ' - . 1 mMBBMM' 0 - ' -1 ........ . . fc A - .1 -f i J - . ' 1 r . t1 , . ,T . ' 1.. ' . - . . - 1 1 . . j - - . rm . tm il I: h I J -J tCPTv Dollars for one yeaiif paid at J,hetiraa pf9ubscjipti6n; Tvo Dollars mty .veutSf without deviatios -.afUrtheexpirationof three months. i1! IS i 1 1 for AdTertisemcnts, rJoh Worktr 8 abscrlptioB, considereddne, when J -coatraited, except against those with whom t we have" running; accounts; r ?. I , i-1 ?t f , 07 SabsvjribersFaiiinst oorder a discontinnanrc -of., the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they m ay have subscribed, are con- .-r siaorea aa wisning to renew; and it will be conti...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 June 1856

"ifBtjl liTfTftiiiimfig "flfirriUILtiiU.-' UUHlimug, FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER: Free of Posted ia Liaeola Countj "igl X. 0. WALLACE, EJltar. OfficsM the 3.m Oil $11? S?ff l-W " Observer Frihttnj (,yu.V and challenges our highest admiration as a decalogue of political faith.. V iitsoivcd, That -m thus presenting to the American mode the names of James' Bcchaxan ! and Joes C Beeckesruxje, unbued as they are with a nationality and patriotism as broad as the Union, and a statesman ship skilled in all our . foreign and domestic relations, wo have a stern guaranty that whilst our Union and prosperity nill be conserved home our honor and flag will be dicated abroad. 1 ' STOP THAT BAWL I Tho know nothing presses are' giv- mg carrsjney to the slander about "de- rnocratio blood to which we referred a week "of since. . The following es ablishes the falsity of that charge, beyond cavil..; What will they start next? : at vin- FAYKTY&Y ILL TKXX: - TUarslsj rduniiC, Jane 26, 1855 3iaticiml Snnorrd...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 June 1856

vof P. vl II V fllwpi'vop . - - y - y Ml III I II i . 1 T I Free of Postage lu Lincoln County! THURSDAY, JWE 26, 1856. TO ADVERTISERS! . CCT-Tha. POST-OFFICE, J.IST. OF LETTERS is published in the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, ; tbyauthority of an Act. of .Congress, which provides that It shall appear in the ewspaper cavinir the': Largest ulation! XSy A Request Easily Granted. r . K7Persons purchasing articles advertised ia our columns, will confer a favor by mentioning ' that they saw the" .advertisement in the Fayettevelue OnsEiivEiiO " ' OCT AdvortisementSraust be handed into the Office by Tatlay Morning, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. Democratic Association A meeting was held at tho court- ' house in this place, last Friday night, for the purpose of organizing tho ,I)e mocratio Association of Lincoln coun ty.'V, About fifty names wero enrolled. The following officers were elected tho President and Vico Presidents to serve one month; the others, until No vember: Presid...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 June 1856

J). Management cl: Shm: The great secret -of feeding; rafter all, is' to give the animal tha food1 it .likes- bc'st: nttli2 proper . times, "as TOuch, and only as much, . as ; it re tires; and hero the grcat'beneQt, of theroot-catter prosjatsltsclf. to our notice, tiubling JLhe sbphrd ta car ry this out to the ktter.u Where it Q not used, a ni'uch 1 irg quantity of aoou must no given tnin is uecessiry fur their cbnsumptfo:, and, as a ' m it ter of .coarse, much must bo left , be hind to be consumed by an 'inferior flock, "exposed " to :all vaaihcrs,' and consequently losing much of " its feeding property, 'offering; conclusive proof that although the 63-stem of cutting appears at "first sight expen sive, yet in thejmd it will be found argument may be applied to' the cut ting of hay into chalF,' as with' care not a particle ought to be lost, and especlily with hay ot an indifferent quality; . it helps to get . quit . of the milde .y dust, ' which ! is highly detri- mental to the heal...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 July 1856

'ilLllJlLll'lllll !'' " ' . ' -' "l" III IT" 'ill m'ii'T. ... I.' IlimilWII M I I I IIWl'llIIMl"n Hw'lM H 0 YjkteHjf, t. i i r- r r u tbjr Couulrjr's; thy, God's, . and Truth's NO, iHOk '-nHj- vS r ::-S,lS'56;;-. :-: f . .-.- - e n b --.5. t r"-uw nr . u ' - w :- 1 w. j r- - 11 . wt 1 . m 4. . rrr - i ii h 1-. f ..Vi'.W H -1 in - In M ... ,v n Ai n ki pt'I f .1 I . i 1 -I . CTTT - r m si ' if mm umni mm m&m 4 r, , fy V ' v n!l v.r ; Lift I lyi ? . jV ' . - -. . : 5 - - i - . , r tVASiLACE " , , "Let all the ends .thou aim's fat be ; ..';. - ; 7 - r : ! 1 iz : : r ' : PIV.ETTEf ILLB JULY 1' !C3Tivo Dollars forone year if paid a the time of subscription; Two Dollars mid fifty Cents, 'without beviatios alter taeaxpuation of three months. IC7AI1 Bills; for Advertisenjenls,.-JQb-. Work, orSabscription.considered due, when contrasted, except against those withavhoTu we have'Tunniris aocounti CCr3abicribersfailinglo order discontinuance of tho-naner. at the exoiration of thnt?mi A 1 A ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 July 1856

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. cc ot ro&iiige la Lincoln leunlj K. 07 WALLACE, Editor. OrrffcE Al C mrne Oil Stand: Signpf tte V Observer rji nting Ojjiee." . ! . t'ATGTT EVlLLC TEKN: II M "" - Thursday Morning 'July Sfe 1856 3iat io'nttl " 33 rmoad ti thl ..-',' .- ' . " ; . ! -FOB 'PRESIDENT, ' - 4 'JAMES BUCHANAN, QF PENNSYLVANIA- . c - lf& VICE-PRESIDENT, . -JUUN a-BBECKESBIDGE, , " ' . OF KENTUCKY. - Dfcaseratic EIec(ral Ticket. J . FOR TUB 8TTB .T T.AEGt. "ViLtiAM H. Fol, cf Maury. Ishah -O. IIaeris, of Shelby. BOnfHE MSTRICTB, 1 Samuel Yovuxfrt Hawkins. '2 James W. itfcllEXHT, of Overton. 3 11. SI. Kev, of Hamilton. 4 E. L. Oaeueshibe, of AVhite. ; &--E. A. Keeble, of Uutherford, CTmes IL Thoma3, of Maury. 8 .T. G. Poisdester, of Montgomery. 9 J. D. C. Ariiss, of Henry. "... - -10 D. Sir Ccbrin, cf Shelby. ' No. .No.' No. No. No. No. No. No. No. ' . Abolflion TeSstinioTij. Tho National Era, the? central Ab-. olition organ, ia ai article on th Cincinnati nominees, thus sta...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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