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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 August 1856

m - "' ft ti-. St ' !; :' t.' 4 I: 1 t. V: t - n : f lil: K i. -1 V WW (if r eville Observer Free of Postage la Lincoln County! TIIUKSDAF, AUGUST 7. l56. TO -ADVERTISERS! (T The POST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS is puhlithed in tho i, " FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by. authority of an Act of Congress, which Tnmdes that ittshall appear in the Newspaper Laving the : s - Largest Circulation! tZZ-k Request Easily Granted. CrPersoas purchasing articles advertised in our columns, will confer a favor by ment ioning that they saw the advertisement in the Fa.tettevh.le Obsebyeb0 05" AdvsTtisementsmustbehandedintothe Office by TtiM lay Morning, to insure an appear ance in the fallowing Paper. OC?"Advertiseraents are inserted in the or der ia which they are handed !n. Neatly Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks 'just printed nd for sale at Our deEk cheap. - EotHoilcr Hottest Who disputes the heat this summer? ' Who doubted it during the most of last week? It would have .alarmed Mons. Chabcrt h...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 August 1856

-" - ' ' - . v. ...',,. !..-'. ' u - ..... - . . j . , - . . . - ' ' . . 1- J, To Measure liny in, Hows. , Tho eiitor of tho ' New Jersey' 4 5 i .Farmer sys tint lio bis proved Jhiv following rule for Inkling the number fjr ttovrvf hiy Ma a given bulk: VTako n mow. of 12 or M) stvrt tvh'u-li lm boon liiUnl vvitb Tiav. it t$ clnwn from tlu fit-W, ami! Iris bccuJying tiH f;'f.J?'V- miasrjxbe play,bnl progressed ' to lh' clos- jaltnilv them to got cuue cou tents' "For bvtmci - tho" longUv is , 2Q .tcct, brtAdtb 40 f'cta.iid height 1G 'JO tini -s 40 makes "-SOO, mul; tiplicd.bv.10, cqii d h l.OO cubic ft5t. which boioT divided by 700, the Ymmbor of feet th it maka a ton of 2,000 lbs will give IS tons 200 lbs. The top. of,a morv, ' ssy -.about ono third, 'wj r.it at 800 feet to the. ton, th middia TOO. feet, and tha bottom of ,tb6' hi)-.v" at 000 - to ihs -whob balk would avm-50,7.00 f;ct, if Riband, and be sternly and energetio- mow 13 iz or io iuci uet-j, uai only 5 or 0 fjet (kepv cou...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 August 1856

1 1 , H ii V t' ; i If i ; J!i: ilk f 111 - ' x: v V" ' r i:i? I'll i:j i ' ii 1 i.i i: U i ie : '4- : ,lw lk' Jfe'iUJ HH U U HU Q :' PUBLISHER A PItOPIlIETOll. J N.,0. WALLACE, NO. .iM'OL 6. IOTwo Dllars for one year if paid at ma tima ot 8uh3;ription; Tjvo Dollars uiid Fifty Cents, without deviation aftor the expiration of three months. IC7A11 Dills for Advertisements, Job- Wors, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. ' OpSiibscribcrsfaiiingfo order a discontinuance of the paper, at the 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. ICPIVo Paper will besentoutof the county unless paid For la advance. lC3Advertisements inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Lines or Less, for the first insertion; nily Cents for each continuance. Persons advertising by the year, will-bn charged Thirty Dollars ior a wnoie coi ' Tirrm....

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 August 1856

.... reirvsnr-ffc. 0: 1. - . : ' . - "' .: ' n ,r- i :' III Si I: r V r i SEVILLE observer: Free of Postage in Lincoln County wmm V -. . . T -i " C - V.--jfX , - 'V ' . -' - N. 0. WALLACE,- Editor. Office At the same Oil Stand: Signof tlx " Observer Printing 0jp.ee." FAYETTE V1LLE, TENX: Thursday Mcrniag, August 14, 1856 3iational.J)tniofrQtir',ffiifkrf. ' l- FOR ; PRESIDENT, - - ' JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA; " FOR VICE-FRESIDENT, JOHN i BRECKENR1DGE, OF KENTUCKY. '' Democratic Electoral Ticket. FOB THE STTE AT LARGE. William H. Polk, of Maury. , IsSAM G. Harris, of Shelby. - FOR, THE DISTRICTS, ' 1Samcel Powell, of Hawkins. 2 .Taxes W.' McIIexey, cf Overton. S D.-M. Key, of Hamilton. 4 E. L. Gardesiube, of White. 5 K. A. Keeiile, of Rutherford. G James H. Thomas, of Maury. 7 Thomas J. rROra, of Giles. 8 J. G. Poixdexter, of Montgomery. 9 J. D. C. Atkixs, of Henry. : . 10-D.M. Cckhis, of Shelby . No. ,No. Ko. No. No. Ko. 1 No. No. No. No. Sisns of the Canvass. The people are mo...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 August 1856

Faye 1 1 e vi 1 1 e Obs erver Free of Postage in Lincoln fcanfj! T11CKSDAY, AUGUST 11. 1856. TO 'ADVERTISE 05- The POST-OFFICE LETTERS is published in the LIST FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, y authority of an. Act of Congress, which jM-ovidcs that it shall appear ia the Newspaper having the . j - Largest Circulation! Dst Easily Granted. 3 OyPersons purchasing articles advertised in xur columns, willconfera favor by mentioning that they saw the , advertisement iu the Fatettevillb ObsebvebQ OCT" Advxrtisementsmnstbe handedintethe Office by Ttisla y Morning, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper... Neatly Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices blanks just printed aid for sale at our desk cheap. .Apprentice Wanted .-. A steady, industrious boy, who can read, can secure a good situation at this ofiice, to learn the Printing busi ness. Apply soon. Dead " It becomes our painful duty to an nounce the death of Maj. William T. Ross, who expired at his residence in this place, last Tuesday...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 August 1856

1- . To ciake VasLin? Fluid w ; T V. To on?'-gallon of soft soap, (such 4ns is u?f d ly tlio usunl raetliod of i-oiliiip; the 1) e of wood ashes and fit tojjf t! ( t,) ' lake fuir ounces of iSal:Sdt half a gallon of min or FOft w'er, nud half n gill cf Spirits Turpentine," - It is lfon '.ready for use, and c;in b! lupt in an earthen (T 1oiiew;.rt yospcI. In. using ihis liurd, (he clotl.es intended to be WflsLed .should Lc senfcrd in water ' 10 or 12 honrs, pay over niht nnd then to a ten or twelve gallon boiler ot kettle full of clothes, covered with water, nJ one pint of fluid: boil briskly fifteen minutes, and then, rinse them out in froth water. Itj will be f urd thsit liule 'or do rub bing of uny account wi 1 be necessa ry. . ' '. Tf e above l as been sold fo fami lies for thnc collars. Try it, it will " Bave much l.ibor. - - RoiiffofCkkfd Calile. I find :in your 0 tober numbera receipt by I)vid F. Loot, to relieye ; choked cattle. I some months siDCe Bent to the Agriculturalist...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 August 1856

t v. V f W. O. WALLACE,- 1:11 ; . r .... . MLet all : the ends thou aim's I at be thy Country's, thy 1 God's, and "Truth's. ( riBLISUEU & PROntlETOIt. - V ICrTnro Dollars for one year if paid at vuo nme oi suuscription; i wo Dollars and Fifty Cents, with6ct deviation &Uer the expiration of three months. " IC7AH Bills for Advertisements,, Job- voric, or bubscnption, considered due, when contracted, except against those "with whom we have running accounts. ' ; CCTisiibscribersfailingfo order a discontinuance of thd paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con- siuorea as- wusnrug w renew, ana 11 will ue continued to them accordingly. . : lC7No laier will be sent out of the county uniesspaidlar in advance. lCJAdverfmements inserted at One Dol far per Square of Twelve Lines or.Lessr, for the first insertion; Fifty Cents for'each continuance. ' ICT Persons advertising by the year, will bo charged Thirty Dollars fora whole col nmn. Tweuly Dollar...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 August 1856

1 4 -i if 1 I: i V4 h 1 IH ,r 1 in Mi t ii iV I' ll Hi ill I? ,1 FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln Count j N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Office .4 Hie same Old Slan J: Sign of Vie "Observer Printing OJict." A Speech from Henry; Clay's Son There was a great UnipaJ:deinoiD-" Etration near Maysvillei K, on the 27th ult, of the friends of Buchanan and Breckenridge. It was a real old W a . - J - JicntucL-y gathering; and many 'old m " m. - . - . - ho withdrew in disgust. That was no place--no party, for him. ' What then ' wag ho ; to dot He looked around again to see if there was not a chance for the resurrection of the Whig party. Not . a ; gleam of hope settlers, "the veteran companiohVonUndqr these circumstances, his next FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: the great Clay, attracted thither by the rumor that the son of their noble chief was to appear on ono of the favorite arenas of his . father to an nounce and justify his political curse." Besides James B. Clay, Col. George Hodge, II. L. P...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 August 1856

-r- v - - r r - 5 . . i i. if- - it , il li lt ."V If -, X I! - J- 9 Fayeiterille Observer I democracy triumphant! . . -,, . .... J . Kentucky. has gone for the Dem Free br Postage inXloeolit County! ocrats b? GQ1 thoiisand majority;; TUCKS DAY, AUGUST 21, 1856. TO RnupnviAHnA AUUULI ISfcMS xSSSs JgfZ ZIST FAYETTE 7ILLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of Congress, which rovides that it shall appear in tho Newspaper iZcsl Circulation! X A Request Easily Granted. Persons purchasing articles advertised in our columns, will confer a favor by mentioning that .they saw the advertisement iu the 03" Advertisements must be handed into the Office by Tuesday Moitiing, to insure an appear - n'jcu iu iue louowing raper. - ; &5"Adfertiseraent8 are inserted in tho dcr in which they are handed ?n. or- Nealir Printed Blanks. . Constables' and J usticcs' blanks just printed mm mi tsa.it: at our aesarneajp. Camargo We regretted exceedingly that we were unable to attend the .Barbecue at Camargo la...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 August 1856

I OVERSHOT WHEELS. i A; coTrespondont asks, In what proportion does tho power of the over shot' whfeivincri MCfW.Itb'. the" same f.mtfuiit of wVtUr, as the "size of the wheel U imT.-aictl?"; -r ... The V.itcr,al iho circumference of nu Tjvvrshot whcd.'nela :is a weight at the end of HKv.rJ'jt.d incc th6pow-j rrinmaaa's the lJyx jiengucuc4 i the eElct.uf the ..samvv quantity of va-' tor Upon r"of dilVercht" sizes would bo .m.-astmd by tho product arising from multiplying' the constant force vinto the 6 mi-di itm'fers of the respective wheels.- The Water being the! .'samel' in quantity the efficiency of the' wheel wih ba in proportion to its size.' put the greatest efficiency of tho:'overbhot' wheel distends upon two 'conditions:? llpriiporlionof tho wheel's diameter to the height of the fall," and on tho Velocity of tho circum ference of the wheel. J " r; ' The only trustworthy experiments which have-bech "published arelhoSe ot Mr. . bmeatou, hiatle m 1 qu. Tracing in his. exjieiimen...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 August 1856

V " ' " ' " 1 ' " TW Wl-- I . a L m j j w ii i. ... . ' ' - -t i i . 1 i - i i i in i f - ... in . ' - - - p Mj .,; - - '. ' ' . . . .. T : : : ' : ' . : ; r ; . .'WALLACE, ' J? j , "Let all the euds thou alm'st at be tliy Country's, thy God s, and Truth's." ; ; FIULIS1IEU 4 FKOPKimoi:. "" .-L . X 1 ""TTT . .lyly m 111. LJI , . J L . II 1 ' - " m ' f '...,..,.,- I .m V Jo- vT M1,ar8 for one year if paid at K.mo ui suuscnption; 'l wo Dollar! ""Ul"r CeSliS, WITHOUT DETIATIOS auertheexpirationof three months, A11 "ill for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when i-unsraaied, except against those with whom we have running accounts. . . OTSubscribcrsfaiiingloordor a discontinuance oi the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them -accordinzlv. ltZJXo Paper will be sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. ' iCyAdvertisementa inserted at One Dol lar per Squar...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 August 1856

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER; Free of Postage in Lincoln County ' wmmmm N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrncE Al Oie same Old Stand: SignoJ the ' vuscrvtr rnntivg VJice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: : f M Thursday Moraing, Aogost 28, 1856 FOU PRESIDENT, - ' JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. . FOR YICE-FRESIDENT, JOHN C BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Ikniocratic Electoral Ticket. ?03 THF 6TATB AT LAftQE. WrtLiAS H. Polk, of Maury. Ibham G. Habeis, of Shelby. FOR THE liISTRICTB, 1 Sasicel Powell, of Hawking. 2 James W. McHesry, of Overton. 3 D. M. Key, of Hamilton. 4 E. L. Gahdenhihe, of White. 5 E. A. Kkeble, of Rutherford. 6 James H. Thomas, of Maury. Ko. No. No. No. No. No. No. 7 Thomab J. Brown, f Giles. No. 8 J. G. Poikdexteb, of Montgomery. ' No. 9 J. D. C. Atkins, of Henry. No. 10 D. M. Currix, of Shelby. Mr. Clay opposed lo llie Jlissonri Compromise: .We find the following extracts in tb9 Appendix to the Congressional Globe, pags 124-5, in a speech de livered by Hon. Henry Clay, in the U. S. Senate, Febru...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 August 1856

4M 1 . is f n. t Fayett eville Observfiriflorscs v Free of Postage in Lincoln Counlj! TXIURSOAr. AUGUST 28. 1856. t TO H ADVERTISERS! . OCT The POST-OFFICB LIST OF .LETTERS .&x in the FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER, ' by authority of an Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper , having 'the - ' Largest Circulation! E2S A Request Easily Granted. (fc5Persons purchasing articles advertised in . our columns, will confer a favor bv rnenrioDine maw iucjt w mo auvemsemeiil in me Fatetteville ObsebvebJO fT AavcrtiRementsmnstLehandedintothe Office by Toe stay Morning, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. " OCrAdeertiaemants are inserted in the or ' der in which they are handed m. Neatly Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed nd for sale at our desk cJitap. Take of a Word It would indeed be a novelty in the annals of the world, if two great nations like Great Britain and the United States were to go to war about the honest significat...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 August 1856

GROUND MOLES. The editor of the Sampler Watch- mm s-tys: "A frien.l is troubled wiih u large number orround moles, which infests his fields, producing 1 . ' . a more iiesiruciiou to his corn, ooS.li btforo find itf'er nuking its Appear :ilcu nbovo g'ound," jtnd enlis Torn remedy or prevou bo for their rav- The mol-,' n muc!) fclandered and ?i))'i5?d li'lle nunvsl, f:r, irsfond of being lie thief and m'JMudtr. it 13 rt'I'rSi-nled, il ii really incan;ible ofi'Curst bo the hour I first became vour wife." pel funning sudi inisclmf. Nat Ure j h;S uot endi.wed it with the Capaci-j IV. . H n:i no giimurs, -ar.j cannot tmsticate corn. Its food iithe worm una guu, mm we venture to sty if t!:e friend of tlio V:itchm:tn fetroys the mle, his cornfield sutler more than ever before. de- will I T, ' J jcole borrows through And the field mice and i i.e. or,,L-. . t his tracks, and consume whatever suits their voracious Hpoetites. a Let V .. . ... .. , u .i, i P! none of. these institutions, jnu fil...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 September 1856

I ' , - - - , ' M, , ,, , , m 'I 1 ' "r "L ' r ' '" : ' 1 ' -t .,- ' , ' , :.'! -1 X-. - y. : 1 u'V;-,,- ' J- - - - - . . . i, - ' .v : . " , , - - - - - -' f ... V I i; V. IC7TwoDoUar.f)roiieycatif paid at iu miio w siBKnption; 'i wo Dollnrs J Fifty Ceats, without, petiatioj? w "rtlexplratioiipf three monthav- -. 1C7A11 Bills v for- Advertisements:-JMw Work, orSab3cTipti9n,cocsideredThie,Trhn .wmrastea, gxcept agamst those with whom rWrSucribergf ailingt poTdef a discontinuance 'of the paper, at the xtoiration ot tha tim r for which they may have subscribed, are cpn- -? I i . - y . i ... fucreu a.wftDinz to renew; ana il will be iAuLuiaea io laeni ccoraiBgiy, . ,-.- JC7y Papcr rwilLbe sent ontof the county ' ttriles&paidfor.in'advance. ; . T'-.- iCAdrertiienients inserte'd. at One Dol- ' lur per Sqiuire of Twelve Lines Of. : Less .f of the first insertiQa;. Fifty ., jCeut f or acQ continuance. r - C3PeTns advertising by the yearviU be charged Thirty Dollars for a whole colt . T...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 September 1856

i if .M r- v . -r V 1: it r ; - " L if f !l I- , FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER; Free of Postage In Lincoln Connty N. 0.. WALLACE, 'Editor. . OrrTCZAi tUtanie Old Standi"Sgrif th V ' Ohwrvtr Printing OJUC 7,' ; FAYETTEViLtE, TENX: . f ... .' '- " mm n Tiirirsday.3IorniBg,ScplcDber4,IS56 m -, ' 1 . , J", : 3laionnl 'Srntarriitiirkrt:' JAMES BITCIU NAN, a '. ...'.; vf; -ot-;-'). ,- . - - FOR TICE-PBESIBEKiy ' v ' :: ;J0UN C. BRECKINRIDGE, ; ' Democratic Eleeter&l 'Ticket. :'-V . TOR THI ETTt.AT IUEOS ! ; : -' y Is ham. O. Habsis, of ' Shelbyv ' - - , ." ' in i, . $'.$' .:" . " - FOB THE liHTBirj-p,' '. -.- ' ' -KV 'I--Saucei. -TowELtvoT-Tjuwliiii. .-.No. , 2 James W, McHisBTof -.Overton. No.JT). M. Key, of ilamilton.' .J : . . Ko;J 6E. A. Kekbl'e. of'Euliwford.i;'f :-.- - No. I 6 James H. .TRoaAS,of Maury.. ; '.. ; Ko. "7 Thomar J; BBoTf. of Ones., -ir No. 8 J. G. Poixdfster, of Montgomery Ko,' 9 J. D: C. Artivg.of II-BTj'iV Ko.- MM), M, CrBgra, of -Shelby . .;. SEN ATbR PpfTPS : LETTER f ...

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

. ... . e itevi 1 1 e ' Observer ' X 1 - V- -.' ... . - ' tint of Postage la Lincoln CoueIj! TIIUBSDA T, SEPTE3IBEK 4, 1856 ISEHS:! LETTERS is publish ia ib.e,. ; , . . ,-. fay:ttevills observer: by authority .of aa 'Act 'of 'Congress, which providethat it shall appearJo the. Kewspaper having the . - :r Xargcsf Circuialioiii -&irPrswwpTrchasrR3 articles adrertisedin our column will confer a faror ljr mentioning mas . iney, saw ttie. advertisement in the Fat ETTJtfU.I.SOBSEBVEBCO' " ." ' ' "'.' ' O'AavmiseTnentsmTist'be handed Tntothe Office- Iry ,T?ay F Jforn mg, to insure kn appear net in the following paper. - ' ' 4 GCrAdvertfseraent are insertc in the or-; r 10 wa;ca they are handed fn.- - Neatly Printed Rfanks.' : . -CoTistaMea and J notices' blanks jnat printed and for sale at onfdesk -chtap.'i .y '' y.. 2'. Piocs Spoils- ' . r ? . 1 .We hare a'great regard for tnlssion- - anes especially; those' who, Tont'otl pure. religious benevolence, and with--cut hope of fee or reward...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 September 1856

I 1 v .... . .. i !?TPaWB" 4 t ;Po Bolts and Ciiolic in Horses. ' V " . "' . . . .lKittle full, with which drench the .LVrse. - Repeat the closes at intervals fifteen'. minutes.' until three doses are given, wnen ii reiiui is not ooism- directions given me when the remedy iii rriore than twenty. cases of; all stages xf:cioljr, and in sever.il cas.s -purposed to be lot's, and in every in Vlasc thejiprse was up and easing in (eamumtes. - My pr.ctico, whn iherer is no luy convenient, is to put some isbes and water into an oven, and-place it on the". fire until it boils whenlt 'will bej strong enough foT use. Tha, simplicity, rapidity and . cer tainty -of ' this, remedy surpasses jiny ; thing I hive evdr tried. It is also ra tiogid;.arf alkali neutralizes the acids of -the stoflHcband is one of the few things that will kill the bott decomposing- it very rapidjy.' Would the fame remedy, not be good for that f.ttaj disease, among horses, known as Biirrd Stagg?r?". I hive riot had an , dis...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 September 1856

1 ' -,-- ( s5 k Z- , H WALLACE,' - -w--.-x''.-' - VJLet 'all 'the thou aim's t .at be tbr Country's, (by God's, aud Truth's I VVBhlSUtlUlft PjipVltiETOilC K0;;21rl:;';i-:; f ... . ..V VJLIE, TEiYN: THURSDAY,: SEPTEMBER 11, TTS. ' rT3 73" fa . i H - TrT"rTn : iTTTTn .fTTTTl fil G71 Hi-fi- I W PVu7 H U;, II I. ' i: I H'l : HI h :1ip; fl;i t; fllft: i ill ... 1 ill i . . u I yi i i i y i vi iii u i ii . ii i ii v ' if i ui iii ili- j ill-. i - - PMETTI TTTtrnrrrTnn l' Hi 11 ,k VII II JiUULI 11V V- 3. C3Tvo Dollars for . one year if paid at luc tiuis-ui suDscription; m. wo uoiiai'S and Fifty Cciits, xeiTdotpr.-t)riATiON augrtlwi&xpirationoftLrec rooums. IC7AII Uills -for. Advertisements,--Jol- ITT - ' ' r l "r ..5- ' , i. ' , ' . ojiv, or aupsi:npuon,cocs:uerecjayfi,wtien contracted, exieept against fli'osa witli'wiiom we lure' run'o.ing accounts. " , -., 'ir . . Oirubscribersriiiiiigt o ;or Jcr a i discontinuance r of tbo pijter, at tbe expiration of Uptime . for vliTcU tk?y may ha...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 September 1856

FAYE1TEY1LLS, OBSERVER:- Frca of Postage itt Lincoln County S. 0. WALLACE,' Edilor. OmcB At Hit anna Old Stand;' &'gn of the " Observer Printinj OJke." -' " t : - r . . i . , ' '., . ..'.' FAYETTE VILLI), TEN'S: : Thnrsday Jlcrnin, Sept. II, 1856. Jrmofraiit rluh '.' - '-- FOR I'EESIDRXTj ? ' ' JAM ES DITCH IN AN, FOR VICE-PRESIDEST, '. JOHN a'BIiECKliNClDGR-:; OF KENTUCKY. iVmocraUr Electoral Ticket . r '. - - - .. . 'VOB TUB TiT&'AT LAEGE, , WIU.IAM ll,.rwLK,.0f . JllBTJV . ; -Iwbasi -G, lUiuns, of , Shelby, "i'?; . rea the mstpjcts, . 1- -Saucel PovELt., of lla-wkins. - . 2 Jakks-.WiMctlEiigT, f Overton.'" ; 3-D. M: Key of tiauiltcv ' ' 4 E. L." Gakmtsuie), of 'White. ; ' " . Ko-i--;.5-H. A- Kcebix, of-EallierlprJ. -; No. '.- 6--jAaES iI.".'i'BwMA8, of JIaury. ''." ' Xo. 7 TbOuas J. . jJaowy; pf Gilei. .- Ko..:8 J. G. Foisdexace, of Moutijomery.' Ko. 9J..D. C AtkjsSj of lie&rj, No. 10--D. M. CL-kjii, of Shelby. .-: i - ' Ti-T -' i i THE KANSAS WAR.':-' "V .' The lates...

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