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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 July 1856

.-3.." '." v. ' ... . V J i i v - Fdf ctleriUe? Observer SFeVU i i9T3B Frefc f Ptfstjise Llncota'Connffl " J TflUlSDATJ VTO ADUEQTISEQS ! ' KT he -FOSnpFFICE. 1STQF FAlfitlEHLLE OBSERVES fy. authority of n Act, of w... provides that it shall appear tn the 'ewsrtepeTj livirio fh " ' - " " a a - m J Largest fCirculatioii! A Request Easily Granted. Cfersoni purchasing articles advertised fh ' ourcolumms, will confer a favor by mentioning that they saw the -advertisement iif the FatettevIlCe ObseverJQ 4 0 A5rrtteements must Tie hanaeu into the . ; Office fcy KM.Jay Jform'n, to insure an appear- ance in the following Papea. , - . O-'ertisemonts are inserted 1n,the or- - - der in which thjey are ha&aed 5n - Neatly. Printed Blanks. Constabjes'and Justices' Vants just prited. and for sale at oude& aieap. Tfce Egg and Chicken .Trad j . The hens of Egypt aie busily fen- . gnge4 (sQBays a latodespatcb. from the Orient) in laying eggs for the cifc- ' izen$ of London. Thirteep "casks' -o...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 July 1856

' V ' Mm r - i' f - 7 a t ... - Vr ... --A .:! 7 . -Jt - : - : '.' ' . ; .-lfce-bcst Urns -fur. genctal rru- jVlira bnhomp:fromacV. 'fWioiALS-.tfscsB UlnM- A HWftrtj? - fffi''' ' ' - of cummer, u'hicfi is?f,nt fh.f IfChfitosa tbaULthe ..i Zi';''A;2-X ?s?i5JHj?.?.--f- -. M-- -LL.4i P.j'f! buingcrryt'-J mfiyaEiatoyaca, v of Juuo to the 15th cf Julv. .ThPntduiml another- msn '2 And-t ovw.i --TkV A- v . tos AUTT3Etr3POS2:sorA ::: kitfLt.ItuianTur,snifc3t VAa TJ"3u'a"4 .Doiac!, . the.Te'hves will tuha nf t:e OoGhyj Bap, anil alUnjiill m-uSils uiil b rnti - 'dlheVovtr ; TLer!..r; wound ." EiiU' be tfo 1 by a cmtii' of lar,iul,WIll.Lie "voonk hnds b jaiK'niared v wants'tpf le trea often much better v ing'.undsr tjie dripping tkica olEcg land. ' Ttie thick limbs aa34fidiagq t- Jireneedudo-pii-.tecl li?o trunk, lar- ger., branches nd tbe fruit.- You tempted ; ; ' ItniEDT FOR IDIOISTION. ti menu .aa&Jiandcd to ua for publication. arm. Uum H'V1L.. U ir,;..i J. .it m ms nanus, tli in".'tha ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 July 1856

7 - . - ' . I ----- - , J . ...... . A H " ' ' " ''"- - .".'-' ' : -' ' " .' : . '. -! 'V '. ." ' V-r -. ', '. : - .-A ', . -''-- -'".' :. - - ' .,. " . ' ; . ' ' . ' "'.- - 'i- - ISrtpStK'p: f f llil i li p I I! f nl N. O. WALLACE : : U:. : ' , , ' A v : C jLct all Hie ends rthoa oinsi at - be fhf Xoaatrrs, ibr God's, and Trctb V V V PUBLISH EU ntOPBIJETOI J ... T4'9 . - -r ;N0. 12M0L 0. - C7Tiro D9llar for one year if paid a i.u5 uuia oi BUDscription; ro Dollars nud riftjr Cents, without deviation aiierthe expiration of three months. Bills for Advertisement!- J . Work, or Subscription, considered due, when . - conwaetca, except against thoso with whom -f we have running accounts. - ' ' : , fjSubscribers (ai 1 ingt o order a discontinuance m.i of the paper, at the expiration of the time - for which thoy may have subscribe are con sidered, as wishing to renew; and lt.will be - continued to them accordingly. r ' '; ,lCJIVo Paper will besentoutof the county v ' ""less paid for in adva...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 July 1856

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage iaXIncolnCoantj N.,0. .WALLACE, Editor. Office At Uie same Old Sinui: Sign of t?te " Oostrver Printing OJice." FAYETTE VILLE, TENN: ii t $alional Sfmcrrafir (SirM FOR PRESIDENT, ' JAMES BUCHANAN, of rEyxsrLrAXiA: FOR VICE-PRESIDENT,' JOHN C. BRECKEN RIDGE; ' OF KENTUCKT. Democrat!-: Electoral Ticket. FB THE 6TVTE AT I.ARQE. William II, Tols, of Maury. Tkhau O. Haseis, of - Shelby. ' FOB TI1S DISTRICTS, 1 Saiicel Powell, of Hawkins. 2 James W. McIIexky, of Overton. 3 D. M. Key, of Hamilton. i E. L. Gaedekhiee, of "White. : 5 E. A. Keeble, of Rutherford. ; 6 James H. Thojias, of Maury. . 7 Thosas J. Bbown, of Giles. 8 J. G. Poisdexteh, of Montgomery. 9 J. D. C. Atkins, of llenrv. 10 D. M. CcBMsof Shelby."' , ; ". , So. No. No. So. '. Ko. No. No. No. Ko, OLD. LINE WHIGS. One of the most gratifying signs of tho times, is the fact coming to light ia til parts of the Union, that tho respectable elements of the old Whig party, which could Dot be . dra...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 July 1856

Fayetierille Observer - aj , j , ,t't. Free of Postage in Lincoln County! THURSDAY, JULY 10,1850. TO ABVEail! 05" The POST-OFFICE LIST LETTERS is published in the FAYETTE VlLLE OBSERVER, by authority of -an Act of Congress, which rirovides that it shall appear in the Newspaper naving tho ..-.-. ; H ighly Interesting and Exciting "" News ' Froni California. ... San Francisco papers of Uh'e" 5th ult, have b'eea received atNe? Or leans. Tha True Califofaian, of that date, contains the following summary OS! of the fortnight's news: . Largest:. Circulation! EST A Request Easily Granted. C7"Persons purchasing articles advertised ia our columns, will confer a favor by ment ioning that they aw the advertisement in the Fayettevtllb ObsebtebCO " (ttT Advertisements must be handed intothe Office by Toes lay Morning, to insure an appear ance ia the following Paper. (Advertisements are inserted in the or der in which they are handed in. - Neatly Printed Blacks. Constables' and Justices' blanks j...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 July 1856

-X j-r , --j '.'; Brilliant Whitewash. " Many have heard -of-the" brilliant a . - iucco w hitewash on the cast end of the rresidput s house at Washington. Th3 following is a receipt for making h as glean -d from the. National Intel ligencer, with .soma additional im jrovenients l.-p.rn'.d by exporim juts. r ; ,bl ;CKCU i , .w. .hi uuiit! nuu.1, cim Ul ngth3 Fl t. keep in the SP 1 ,,, J?r a lino ecivo or sir .rnr and a.!d to it . a pecli oi clean sdt. previously well uissoiveu in w arn watcr;three pounds of good licj boiled to -a' thin. - past', anl etir ui bulling hot; half a pound , r .t i ei t vi punucrcu op.nisu wmienmg, and pound or cban glue which haS been j : Y,,s, my Lord," said . prcvious,y .dissolved by soaking it -Then," s:ud tlie Judge, "according well and then hanging it over a slowly. the evidence given in Court; thi fire, in a sin .11 kettle within ft l ,rgcr;c.mnbtbe" your m oney. for here are one filled with water. . Add five gal- only one hundred pounds; therefore ,...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 July 1856

- - V 4 ' t , . J , -W . - ' i ;,' i '- ! r: : . lrT7 I row; TlrTT f r. ' : mm It m l iH ILni u m u u ii. 7 - I - - " ? ' 1 . t 4,L.e all: the ends thou r aim's t . at be thr Country's, thy God's and Truth's." 0. WALLACE 1 1. . 4 ,t A rUBLISUEB ft F2lOri:iTOC 1 'f: i0. -I3.-V0L 6; T1INN: YlIURSDAi, 1 7,1856. 5 -.! f V ' m i v ; f FAFETTE VILLE JULY mm J r. tT3lvo DIIars for one vear if nai . ih3 tita'i of subscriptioD; Tvo Dollars f 1 " wa l .lljr CeUtS, WITHOUT WBVIATIOH .ierfcneexp:rationof three months. SLJ.VII. BllU for' Advertisfimont -TK Work, or Sabscription.considered dae, when V cqntraitei, except against thoaa with whom we nare runuing accounts. ; OTS abssriberg fail ing o order a disoontinnance of tha pap3r,at the expiration of the time - for which thay may have subssribed, are con- sidered as wishing to renew; and it will be 1 - continued to them accordingly. . ' C3No Paper will bssentoutof the county . unless paid for in advance. j' ,. ; ' . . IC7 Advertisements inserte...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 July 1856

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln Connly N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Office fa same Oil Stand: - Sign of the " Observer Printing OJice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning, July 17, 1S56 3lafionnl StmntMt Qtfol FOR PRESIDENT, :i ' JAMES BUCHANAN, OF fEXXSFL YAKIA. ' FOa VICE-PRESIDENT, JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Democratic Electoral Ticket. FOB TITE' STTE AT LABQE, , "William II. Polk, of Maury. Ishajc G. Harms, of Shelby. FOB THE DISTBICT3, No. 1 Samcel PoVell, of Hawkins. No. 2 James W. McIIexht, of Overton. No. 3-D. M. Key, of Hamilton. No. 4 E. L. Gabdexhibe, of White. Ko. 5 E. A. Keeble, of Rutherford. Jso, C James H. Thomas, of Maury. No. 7 Thomas J. Brows, of Giles. No. 8 J. O. PonrDEXTEB, of Montgomery. No. 9J. D. C. Atkiss, of Henry. No. 10-r-D. M. Ccebis, of Shelby. Northern Know Nolhingism. The following testimony of black republicans in the recent Pbiladel pnia convention will snow what is tho kind of "Americanism" as found in that party North: Mr. L...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 July 1856

J ; '- ' . j. "."' ' .'f. -. .mi'e - . - -1 . - " , - W it V r .1 . " '-v f Payette ville Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln County! - - , TlSUIiSDAr.JtJLY 1. 1856. AflVf ESTIQERO i 1118 VST-OFFICE LIST LETTERS is published in th " . . - - FAYEf f E VlLLE OBSERVER. by authority of ' an 'Ah of Congress, which CinTtwT? rbal indisposition prevented.' Several 'LhrPCSt Cirri ll at rm A Request Basil j Granted . 'g OrPcrsoiwpnrchanjnrticieB advertised in our columns', willconTer a favor Lv mentioning t'-thcy saw the . advertisement in the that FatEttbvIllE Obsebvebjjo - . . ? Sfc 07"Ad vertiscments are Inserted in the or- i cer in which thev are handed 'n. Neatlj Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' Wanks just printed nd lor sale at oar doss dieap. . , Conferring Degrees- Notwithstanding the hot weather, the colleges all over the country :.re very Dusy comemng degrees. ui it il ' T TV- .iue5e,iuera are . iru. .mi,uu-u:upouu B'" - 1 1 T 11 -A. -i to ia A. -xee years auer-a .uxt ot bu...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 July 1856

j' -.v '.V' 9W 1l..iHUIlU 41'-, '-' 1 Hi Tb effects of ' cold " water tary according to the quantity given, and according to Ikj t?te of. tho . horse. Two or throe quarts will not do any liarm.cr r.t th tnost It will" set the coat on end. If the horse is very tot, this simlJ quantity u wry refresh ing to him, ;iud imv bo given with groat safely. If the diy.bo Vf.ry wann, ar.d iho hyrseT k.pt hi motion, twice or thrice hs much will do him no barm, hovvvivr warm tlu horse may b Yet none should be given till one or to minutes after the horsu is puiled up. Let him recover his wind h minute before ho drinks. A large quantity, sy n pailful, of very . cold water, to a horse at rest, not heated by exertion, may make him shiver or it may produce pain in the belly ,cramp of tho bowels. Both thiverirg and th j cramp m iy be prevented by put ting tho h jrso iu - motion; - a brisk walk or gentle tmt.. Ahorse much n;&teu dv r-x r:ion, vnuh h:s pro duced copious per? i ration, will drink more ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 July 1856

. A 1M JUL wf i J ill jpTT F -11 1 1 (a. ;j ' - ; I - J1 fjjjllji: ,1 isll bsssl tLapJ fLtJ .... . ' life ft 3 H. O. WALLACE "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy Country's, thy. God's, and Truth's.',' PUBLISHER Se PROriJ JETOU. ( r 7, NO. ll-l'OL 6. " k V DoI,ar f.or one year if paid a uuia ui suDscnpuon; a wo uollars and Fifty Cents, without deviation "ertlieexpirationof three months. f'-AH Bills for AdvertisfimPht .TK. Work, or S abscription, considered due, when contracted, except against those with whom hare running accounts. CtTS abscribers f ai lingf o order a discontinuance f th? paperfattho expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. ., Paper will beseutoulof the county unless paidf or in advance. -' - ICPAdvertUements inserted at One Dol- . lar per Siaare of Twetve Lines or Less, for the .first insertion; Fifty Cents for each .continuance.. ICP Persons advertising by the yea...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 July 1856

HGsV Til Try JBttPWfflyiBirn im m inn free of Postage in LincolnCouafy Cf- v.- V- N. 0. WALLACE' Eiiilor. OrFrcEJf i7 0J &a5iJ; fh'gnof the uosener ranting OJice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENS: TiinrsdUy. Morning,' July 21, 1S56 ; " . ran president, , JAMES BUCHANAN ; OF FEXXSVLVAKIA. ... . , i '' - -' . FOR VICE-FRESIDEITV : " JOIJN C. BRECKENR1DGE, . ; OF KENTUCKY. . . 1 Democratic Electoral Ticket. TOa THR EWTK AT UBSE. " William "XI. Folk, of Maury. ' , Iebasv G. . Uaeeis, of Shelby.' rOU ".THE- IISTRICT9, 1 Samuel Potell, of Hawkins. 2 James 'W. McIIexby, of Overton. 3 D. M. Key, of Hamilton. . - ' 4 E. L. .GAEDESHrEE, of Whita. 5 -E. A., Keeble, of Rutherford. G--James H. Thomas, of Maury. 7 Thomas J. Bnowy, of Giles. 8 J. G. PoiyDEXTErof Tlontgomery. 9 J. D. C. Atkins, of Henry. 10D. M. Qttvbxs, of Shelby. No. No.' No. :No. No, No. , No. n: No. -No. OLD LINE WHIGS. : "'' We find the following hard bit at - the. Know-Nothing "Whigs in a cqm- f munication.to the, Alexandria (Va-) ;" ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 July 1856

- ..-.. ... ' . o 0 A Fayetteviile Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln County! TIISJKSDAY, JULY 24,1856. TO ADVERTISERS ! 05" Tho POST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS is published in thee FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of Congress, which provides that itEhall appear in the Kewspaper having the Largest Circulation! 25 A Request Easily Granted. Crertons purchasin3 articles ad Tcrtised in. ' OUT Columns, will Confer A. fxvar Viv mAntiAintTKT I that they saw the advertisement Fatettevtixe Observer.) . ' j 4K of sIiitt sow n 1 ,.,..;,,.. l iV. ftj" Aartrtiscmer.tsmustbebanledintothe Office by Tuti lay Morning, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. fjyAdrertiseraents are inserted in the or der in which they are banded n. Neatly Printed Blanks. Constables' ajnd Justices' blanks just printed nd for sale at our desk clieap. , Jljstic The following are the principal offi cers of Jackson Lodge No. C8, (Ma sonic) Fayetteviile, for the current term: Jas. D. Scott, W. M ; W. W. M...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 July 1856

Xcw Usnfcr Potato Vines. I. A. Stroblc of the American Female Institute, sends to the Geor gia T-lfgr.iih the JlHov.irg: "It may not hi kcovfti to all your readers that lhe sweU j.otato vine may he s.iTcd "through the winter,! and used ihj fbilcwhic snrin irJ CJ -1 0 jroag,airj; a nciy crop. I have tried tie o:j (rji-efrt dcrirg this year to my fjilia xiion, and therefore, feci ! it my du'y to communicate the result! for the liLi&t of tb'e public. ., In the fill, cry timo lifcre tbe frost the viaes may be cui of any convenient lergth and placed in layers, on tbe Euiface of tbe earth, to tbe depth, pf twelve or eighteen inches cover the vines whilst damp with partly rotted Btiaw (eithtr, pine cr -wheat will ans- wer,) to the depth jof fix inches, and cover the whole with a light soil about four inches deep. In this, way the vines will, keep through the winter and in the spring they will put out Eprouts ?s abundantly .is tbe potato itself when bedded. Th draws ar eprouts can be pl...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 July 1856

.-s ... .ts tk r : "ui J ..' 7 i .1...' , J j. i n--. mm . 1 T - ft. O. WALLACE ... , "Lel ttU lrhe enda llo'u ji.,?'s,l- al :.- Coualrj's, hy God's, and TrutU's." rUBLISIIEH ft PIXOPCIETOK. NO, 15.- VOL. . 6. TMfcTflURSMF, i JOLT. Jl, 1856, l: ;Wlipil0. 275. 5 9 f J ii ran If v ' i 1 i II I 'II 1:: J ,1 !!!. isz J:ir.isLs S lc:i J iz :3 i Ic: .I NN III II ; h f :': n "I iM .. .. 7. v. TTEVILLE ft- Pi tcTtvo aaiiar, for in.Tif ia atlertheexpirationof three months . wrir c 1 .-uver"scmenis, dob- contracted, eicepT against i ZTr'XZ we havq running accounts. t" : OrSiibscriDersfailin-J 0 ordera'discontinuance Of tha hanp.r. at: tliA om'imr. r i. for which they may have subs5ribe nropn sidcrei as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. Ko P.-tpcr will be sent out of the county umesspaidtor in advance. $C3-iSiverti3ements inserted larpcr square of Twelve Line I or Less, for the first insertion- pi, Liilfa cmi ior eacn conunuanco. ICPlcrsons advertising by the year...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 July 1856

FAYSTTEVILLS OBSERVER: Free of Postage iii LiccolaConEij if N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Offick At the aime Old Sluni: Siytof (lie " Observer Printing OJice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday horning July 31, 1S5G National afmorrntit rkrt. JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOR YICE-FRESIDEXT, JOHN C. BRECKENCIDGE, , OF KENTUCKY. Democratic Electoral Ticket FOB THK 6TTS AT LARGE. William II. Polk, of Maury. ' I6BAK O. Hakbis, of Shelby. ' FOB THE DISTRICTS, 1 Samuel Powell, of Hawkins. 2 James V. McIIexbt, of Overton. 3 D. M. Key, of Hamilton. 4 E. L. Gardeseire, of White. 5 E. A. Keeble, of Rutherford. 6 James H. Thomas, of Hapry. 7 Thohas J. Bnowx, of Giles. 8 J. G. Poisdexteb, of Montgomery. 1? o. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. 9J. D. C. Atkik8, of Henry. No. 10 D. M. Curbist, of Shelby. THEN AND NOW: With his usual , unscrupulous men' dacity, Prentice, of the Louisville Journal, is endeavoring to defame -r f'Mr. Buchanan, by identifying him with the charge "bargain, intrigue and corruption...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 July 1856

Fayetleyille Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln County! THURSDAY, JUtY 1.156. TO (T The F09T-0FFICE LIST OF LETTERS is published in the FAYETTE VILLE OBSEBVEB, by" authority of an Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper uai nig iuq 4 Largest Circulation! A Request Easily Granted. &5-Pera;ns purchasing articles advertised in our columns, will confer a favor by mentioning that they saw- the advertisement in the FaTETTEVILLE OBSEBVEttC0 fr Advertisements must be handed into the OSce by Tuesday Morning, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. . ("Adrariiflementg are iuWted in the or der in which they are handed in. Neatly Printed Blanks. Constables' and J ustices blanks just printed nd for sale at our desk dieap. The Speaking Hons. Isham G. Herns and Neil S. Brown, candidates for State Elec tor, addressed the people at this plate last Monday, on the great political questions now agitating the country. The crowd of listeners was verv larire lar...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 July 1856

J IT ' III csing . llorscs, 1 ; Gay'w, (Y.S.,) t couUP-toj to t!io LonJou VeieriiwUQ,' oft'eia tcnro ricinMks ou tll-iuiug hows, U:ica uo. uJ.tpt.a ta our weuumu 1! .s vollhs thutcf Loiulvu: "A low mo to du tie Mttentlcn f your xvfrht to h &ul jtrt, wlit-K, iiltboU at firt . !;tt iuny wj'j eur a. very uu;e-tUQt one, 'yet on ftcocl view.stviaa tuvvmtuiu largely the tcuutm-y to wbdUf nod, urn fortime; ci tKe veUnuiry jrufess ious, I thiols qm tafily Xo looked to, as l.kcly to exercise u considera ble iLfluence iu obviating' tie evil. I allude to the pnu'tice so common at Lorse-Htira, dialer's yutds, etc, of rattling stick end hat together vith tho nowed purpose of fiighteuing bcrses. It eccdis vtry questionable whether it be judicioui,oa tho contra ry to be afraid at all: but to associate ia the animal's intelligence, terror on on6 hand, and an article-wbich niY .. .... - at any time create terror ; on the other, appears ery ihoughtlcsa. f I have known many a case of tarablo and r...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 August 1856

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Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 August 1856

J FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln Ccccfy N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrncE nine OZJ Stand: Sign of " Observer Printing Oice." - FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: ; 1 1 n 1 Thnrsday morning, August 7,1856 National Dfmorratif Cicbt. ' FOE PRESIDENT, J AMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, . JOHN C. BBECKENRIDGE, ' OF KENTUCKY. Democratic Electoral Ticket. FOE THE 6TATK AT LAKOB. "William IT. Tolk., of Maury. Isham G.- Harris, of Shelby. FOB THE J ISTP.ICT8, 1 Samuel Powell, of Hawkins. 2 James W. McIIekbt, of Overtoa. 3 D. M. Key, of Hamilton. " , . 4 E. L. Gaedesdike, of White. 5 E. A. Keeble, of Rutherford. , 6 James H. Thomas, of Maury. . 7 Thomas J. Brows, of Giles. 8 J. G. PorsDEiTEB, of Montgomery. 9 J. D. C. Atklss, of Henry. 10--D. M. Ccblis, of Shelby. No. No. No. No. No. No. 'No. No. No. No. Dcse for Know.NclIiings osce Whigs The do so is nauseous, ears the Hur.tsville Advocate, but it is not of our mixing. It was compounded by one Doctor Andrew Jackson Donel so...

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