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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 February 1857

Fayetteville Observer free of Postage in Lincoln County! THURSDAY, FECHUAilY S, 1857 Advertising Advantages. The immense sums fpent annual ly by people in business and by pro fessional men in advertising their re- TO ADVERTISERS! OTThe POST-OFFICE. LIST .OF LETTERS is published in the - FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER. by authority of an Act of Congress, which av-idr llhl Usbal1 ppear in th ew'rrj Democrat, an energetic paper pub Largest Circulation . . There is a merchant in this city 'who, on his arrival here, went to jfpective articles or callings, must ! prove that it is a paying investment ! of money -to- the advertiser, whatso ever its advantages may be to the printer. On this subject the Southside CURIOUS CASE. " fv It appears that in the county jail, of Albany, N. Y., there is a man be yond tho reach of. the committing ': magistrate and the 1 law. When ar rested, he gava an assumed name, which he seems to have forgotten, as he dots not answer to it, and the offi cers in charge have f...

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 February 1857

- i - i , i i i l 'I ':' 1 4. CHINESE SUGAR. CANE. Tac following C-nvnunication from .1 genilcnian of Smitlr.-ounty, in this Stale, detailing his exp rience in the ; culture of the Chim..si? Sutir Cane, f or Sornho Siav, 'will no doubt inter est many agriculturalists of the State. The success that hai attended the 1 . r i i . . ' t miroaucuou o .mm ti:iur. wnen . .wo consider tlie fehort time it has been'u ' f cultivated in the United States, is! indeed remarkable,, and ouce i ,,i. . - r . ' : i. "M r w -j- .-i . v va Ui V Oll 1 ail ii m. mii. :ui 1 1 1 1 1 'i' i ill in i viirL'iii i. interest. . This c in3 is a pUnt which on rich land, grow to' the height of from kit tn ton r.,f Il4pm4 .ira KtruirtHw . .... ; "-Q" , nnd Smooth. With lonrr flYnlls; Iphvpq . i-i vw i i i i ' ... i- ' auu tioauiy icseuiouug luuiau corn in appearance, but is more elegant and;e roared oat: Bmniitric:ii in'fiififi. It Up nf 41 kin wliiP ftny coiiivttuou.aim requires OUl .lUliej labor and micldaery to pre...

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 February 1857

"Let all the end thou : aim'st at toe thy Country's, thj Cod's, and Truth's.' rUliLISIIEIt PllOPlCILTOK. NO. 42. VOL. 6. 1 II TTBFILLE , T B S i : T II UR S D A F , F I B M A R T 1 2 , 1 8 5 7. WHOLE i0. m. K. O. WALLACE, J C3rTO Dollars for one year if paid ta 'wiu oi subscription; '! wo RoII.-tis U.1 J i?ittf C Jilt, WITHOUT PEVIATIOS 'Urtheipirationol three mouths. C7AH Kills for Advertisements, Job Wjrlc, or Subscription'considered due, when eo ltrajte 1, except against those w ith whom have running accounts, ibscrjbers failing o order discor.tinnar.ee of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con id9rJ,,as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. lCJNo Paper will be sent outof the county unlesipaidfor in advance ICJ- lvartiseinents inserted at On c Dol lar per Square of Tut'lve I,ine or for the first insertion ; Fifty Cents for each continuance. IiT Persons advertising by -the year, will hn charged Thirty Dollars ...

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 February 1857

FAYETTEViLLE OBSERVER 1 A -a . fl I rnnT n I Inonln rn ! out the most beautful resalts. people of the saina race or between different races, it .surged that the lat ter is the most desirable, and will work The Bribery Investigation. Mr Simonten, the Washington cor- Seasonable Advice to Farmers'. The Courier, published at Newcas- J N. 0, WALLACE, Editor. ) In order that all the white race in jthe South may be attached to the dominant party and have a common jinterest with them, It is proposed to jmake every head of family, a slave i holder This is the end in view, land as a preliminary and necessary istep to reach this end, it is proposed (to establish certain amou respondent of the New York Daily j tie, Henry county,' Indiana, contains ! Defending llie Sonlb." The New Orleans Bulletin suests the following method of defendin Ludicrous Mischief. The cold weather at the North u ueienuiog-giveariso to great man means to Wqm ? ,iD"!obtaia anJ perpetrat j mischief, be- Times, who is now i...

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 February 1857

Payctl eville ObserrcriCa?didales- Free of Postage In Lincoln Counly T1IUUSDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1857 TO ADVERTISERS ! 03- The POST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS' published in the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper Largest Circulation! : August (Elftiion 1857. -TATE SENATE I.ISCOLK AKP FB-NRXIX. (y- We are authorized to announce Joel J. J ones, iSq.,ot Liincoin, a candidate to rep- ; resent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the next Legislature. Tennessee FLOATER LISCOLK, OILEB SD MABPHALT,. weareautnonzea to announce jamt-s W. Davidson, a candidate for Joint Repre- sentative for Lincoln. Giles and Marshall coun-; ties in the next Legislature. I -rye i p., .. iri "n uesu rorK, near luai. unuuress, ana mm) (blrCtlOn XO'JO. ! precipitated eight cars into the river., - 6H-RIrKL1N-C0LN coukxt. j considerable. Nobody sen- 03" We are authorized to announce Mr. loUSly injured. James 3. Harrison, a cand...

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 February 1857

GREfclN TIMBER. Grcea Tun'jor cat ia mid winter is preferable to seasoned fur. leuco or irtte nosis. In tlni nr-ino- nMR37r! requiring four gate posts to renew . . t i i -, tifogu w.ys.1 advised with older heads as to th 3 boat kind to lw selected; one preferred sus-xud chestaut. an-Iof other green white oa of cash description hid bjen cut two years, but verv sound and firm. The white oak I cut grejn; bat before planting the 'latter, I charred or burnt the part to be pla ced in the ground q ilte through the bark aud sap-wood. 1 was obliged to renr.v the chestnut post in the epriag of ISIS. Tin white oaks are stiil standing us fia apparently as the dy th-y werj planted. To such my of "fellow -tillers," who ! takeagxid -long spjli" between the tirna of patting" up a straight fence and'sieing it fill dawn, or those hav ing but little timber to spare and less ru ?ans to convert it into expen sive post and rail fence, I will endeav- ta de scribe one that aay ''tiller" can construct, answ...

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 February 1857

P ' 3 0. mm 1 11 I I yjj cy fcJI 62! J A) t Jf. O. WILL ACE, ) NO. 43--VOL. 6. iOrwa Dollars foroneyearif paid ta tuetime of subscription; Two Dollars V 7 CCiltS, WITHOUT DEVIATION 'wtneexpirationof three months. All Bills for Advertisements, Job Wjrk, or Subscription, considered due, when eoatrajtad, except against thoao with whom a hare running accounts. C-v3jbcribersfailingloordera discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, arc con sidered ts wishing to renev.; and it will be ontinaad to them accordingly 'SX 'jVttoiotlbe, can never ie Aivertisemjnis inserted at One Dol- my tmnS whlle Ul'eSS Common nle K3A lur per Square of Twelve Lines i Cents for each continuance. l!-7Persons advertising by tha year, will bo charged riiirly Dollars for a whole col- f umn, Tivciliy IJOliar ior one-n:ui Tea DHars for ono-quartaf. Ko devia tion from tints tennt under a;vj circvmslancea. C7 The privilege of yearly advertisers is 'trictltf limited 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. — 19 February 1857

FAEIMLK OBSERVER. -xJ--r3r-, .jr--r-g Free of Postagcin Lincoln County -?7 fell 1 - i T V A JLt ----- " - - X NrO rW A LUCE , Editor. - ---' fe--fc-fr.: t)rrict--Attleiriie OliStanI: Signnf Iht rroWsitions which. Imve received es- pecial fovor in the Black .Republican Xcgifclature of Ohio viz: to '-require, naturalized citizeus to resitle one year j in the State uTtcr natuializatidn, be- j fore being entitled to vote; .and -to! iudmit all mild negroes to the'. light ere iunB-.. :y. -rr cauia luiai u """M -r- -". "irTi'- Ji-w7 i.-. wmuyumu, AVUUtll lUUIUUj ; VUC WUa l)lal;t III HQ HuT0DII12 10WU tILl 11 iMr !"' - 1)111 7' J- ' and boms She aDolici to7 tne Slf 3 tQ public conGdeocef T J : J', genmty is applied whereby to make V J'.-- getter, of Scnven, went to Savonmh j bP ... i ;i !anl)0nest livehhood, that of the rat- mr nmn f 1 1 i n . t ' v v. il.i fp ii- t i .1.1 : u : li-njii 1 lie iveuu uf ia rt v. w 11 n iin nn ns 1 ThiiTMlajMrainlirBarj;ia to sell umber, and ;:;;:;;7li Ao tue...

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 February 1857

mm " L 5 tayctleviI164 Observer Trec of Postage In Lincoln County TIIUUD IV, FEBRUARY 19,1857 TO- ADVERTISERS! 'OS-The roST-OMCl? LIST OF ZETTER8U published iu the FAYETTEYmfc OBSERVER. Woritv'of n let of gWs, which Vijj it8haU ppear in the yJwr r V ' ' i " Largest Circulation! 'O V" - . iHJlgtjSl 'If ntOn XGCJ . PTATt SESATE LINCOLN ASD FCAKKLIX Oy Wtarewtborize-Ito announce JoelU BI1-afiRrh. hnnw an1 a rurP .Jonr,E., of Lincoln, afcandiJate to rej-ilweeu & &Cn fi0USe anU a C4,Se r6C!itLincolu and Franklin counties Ir ,ui Senatorial ljauclij, 'f th next Tennesbea Legislature. rLOATr.B-T-LINCOI.S, GILES ANDMABSHALL. 07" Wc are authorized to announce James 1. Davidson, a candidate 'ftr Joint Ilejire-M-nUu've for Lincoln.' Gilw and Marshall toun- tiu in the. tu.xt Legislature. REPHE3EXTATITE LINCOLN COl'STr. vr We nro HUtIion2ed to announce t, , CScre V. Ilcbb. a canlidate to represent' Lincoln county, in tho lower branch of the sliortlr fifter the battle of , German "jitxt Te...

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 February 1857

Traosplanlias Trees and Shrubs. December,' January and February Jir tba proper months for transplant ing in tho South. Our renders wbo;cjeaQ; mayTiavea partiality for ltertfeefcvit-iin ci . ... .. . onraDDery, etc f snoulu recollect that B -of the sufferiug be endured everything in that lino can be obtained ! from rheuinatisfin, that learned . and - ntt nni 4aiiri. -' A Judicial and Judicious Hist. Gen. D svas more distinguish ed for 'galkntry in the field than for tne c-tre lie lavished udoii nersonal - iness. Complaining on a cer- occasion to the fjniet Justice of our.Tellow citizens, Messrs. Miller jr Kirlcpatrich ' The desire soon to . have large trees and to 8en th ;in bearing is reryi niturd. Most persons an therefore, anxious to plant larga trees. trees, ho.vever, ahv i's have humorous JuJge undertook to pre scribe a remady. You must desire your servant, he said to the General, to plaice every morning by your bedside a tub three parts" filled with warm water.' You will then g...

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 February 1857

-- -1 IT1 ii J . O. JTiLLAt'E, j Let all the ends thou alm'il at be tuy Country's, thy God's, aud Truth's. lL'ULI!ISt:i A l'UOI'KlLiOK. NO 41--10L 6. TUP: T.IIURSDA1', FEB 11 CART 26, 1S5T. i 1' VL .,.. . , - - . . . . WMm . -Mm mi rm mm mm 1 ' 1 11 l V3 H 1 U I U I II ! l-i I M I 11 i EI M M I .11 I II . IB . I II III 4-t I II 1 II I II I 111 II I 1 1 I Ft I M I U I n I H I 13 I M I II f I a I M I II I II H, I - IB M j I if ii rn m inr r t in -i t. i Jlr; UAHars for ona year if jatd ta time of subscription; Two liolfetrs fifty 'iti. WITHOUT DEVIATION .arae aspiration of three months. Bill far A.lverliKfirofiiits. .Tn1- THE BRIBERY. do not look bo dark" as they . might, 1 will not mention th? name ofjlloryet so light as I wish they town in which th.) following incident occurred, for tli8 Judge is still living ork, or 3ttb4crii.t;orLcoiisideTea due, w hen I there, and he may Lave reformed ere .afirsstei, except sganwt those with whom , this. Tb.3 towil wa$ CD the Mi-SLM'p- . nara run...

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 February 1857

' a - 1 4 v I J i i ii .i ; i ii 5 ' a vuTfnnrm t & UBSEKVER SBfanlics of." British Emancipation. . "-.-" - v------ I Th3 subjoined p iragrjph is from, the t-Vcf Postage in Lincoln Cocntyl Falmouth, Jamaici Post, of January A-It "3 lOtli. It giv?s undoubtedly a relii jb'e statemjut-of the-results of British ; philanthropy a carried Out In the jcnnneipaMon of' tin slaves- ou that ittraclive ex mp!a befWj them how - THINGS IN UTAH. . A Salt Lake correspondent of the v York Trbuno gives a refblting account :. of mat tor- and things in Utah: The following are tho closing remarks cf his Utter: v "' ittia In regard to the Mormon children, they app ar like a neglected. -' uncared-for s-t gent-rally? dirty and ill-clad. itu ,s tu. l.at" ttw Southern UnM!A- TV- Jn V t i . . . r . 1 M. 0. UIsL.CS, Editor. "States do not .follow;, ji! No wonder i J:r,oiv ihal a female is doomed Sin of the U ' 1 J lS am,"ze,;1 -to shicery and a life of misery. It is ' their 'stuiiidityiatonot"mikidg' a wil-...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 February 1857

; - .i - - v-.. .-r: . .; ... . - . -. .... mm ' - ' '- i . ' .. .-." - . 'v V . .. . : .jibu sm.L , w w i ma nm am mhui 9LMJ A,W.VT 4 J 4JJgr3aPCal H T T "itf VMiJJJ-MJfc J 1 1 I ,1 'I t . -t- (I t) I) Fay cltcV i He Observer r LJ i . -.t Free of P'jstasela Lincoln County TIIMISDAV, FEtUllUllY 20,1857 ; -T ' TO ADVERTISER ! 5" ffs BVLii&u 1 I ilT 0F: ftt- Thr, POST-OFFICE LETTERS U published in the - . - TArETrVfLLE OBSERVER 1 il - r . e rt 1 - i : aii.uuriiT 01 n 01 congress, wiiicu firovidos tht it shall appear iu the. Newspaper, having the - - " . -i LargCSt Circulation! ' ' ' lint-' if If ff inil ?A7 - OCT We are a-uthorized to announce jooijder sai6 control, and the proprietors --J"f.i..of Lincoln, a candidate to rep- a ntkmcn.- Give th'in-a.'tri'il. : Teber.t Lincoln an 1 rranklir counties in tha ; . B fienatqrial branch of tho next Tennessebr ys m. 7I Legislature. . I tor 1 layetlevilte Observer. ' FLOATER LIXCOLV, GILES AD MARSHA!.!..' f " ' - A PUZZLE. (W We are author...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 February 1857

1. 1 i n n it i, L 1 ItaLia Irish Potatoes under Straw.? Wj clip l ha (bibxinvfrbih, Iho OMo Cultivator, uad .kern it worthy r r.ii uf,.lr;m . . -'-'V - S: vend of .T).jr . wrreaiidyut?, withm a'ye--ir,li.-iVi? fiiu!;:ii iVvorablv of life iraclico'"of jtluulj;ij, pota'toe -.Jl;r; s lurly dollars; said Bogus,' ind covering thh tHuvtT both na a 4aud you fchaii have it whether you Ws Llori:,s V.l ,i,.,r.i ..rnfitahlrV !ry wilV or hid her." ' ' - .,; m-ithoJ of. riaia3 that -crop, lue d.n?,not new Jo us. Asloiig ago : i m 1821, wsj siw this method jTactic - tt a i -. .1 in- crmont, a-id it was reported; highly suscj.ss fulj'futlor some; roa sou Las not come iu!o general ase.: luo tsjQrimj!)!s tve sawtriotl. were ; by seluctiii n shortest ore -field, droiniiri tim seed at Huitabhj distan- ces over the groaud, .ad then cover.: in fh n.-!.i! iv i ill ei-iii-itr ' liie Riioi'd wllil a CJ.UIJII . 01 ; htr.iw lo tiio detith offt f.)i)tor m,re. y . . . . ", ' , ' n i4 f. thfl s rM U.1-? r iL-d...

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 March 1857

v. . . 0 ' . - 7 ' . ; ; . - N . - - -- . - v .'- . - - - ..- v . 7 " - j - - ..- --j - - .' . ; m t miJ :fJl ! A - 1 1 F T " H P" : fj Ih'fl I 0: I iff J r ' - v?:' - i:...'i': ""-'- f. " --m:. ...r-- - ; , :- '"; i; ' ' . :!-' . . : .V:. : Mf. OrtrALI.ACU,' j V J : - & "ll nil th ihou Kim'ir V V PUIiMSIIClS FIlOntltTOU. ' - -v ' - ' - '.,';-';" -''j ; vv't .i-V v." '' ' v- L,..-.: . .- 1 .VL--" ,1 I ,i i: 1 .-. rT Dallut-s fr one yeariT paid ta . ifctiru of Bufcsoriptior; Two liofijiK - J t'lrty Ceni, wiTnouf deviation iJAH uiiis for AdvertisemejitV Joi . . rt or Subscription, toiipiJered duo.whenlgcribaLly plaintive . . o:tr:tiI oxrept gainst with whom'- : ' WSjbtcriborefaiiir.RoortierfidiscontinnaTice jthat even to the heart hardened by a ' " k rI;thK,-?Pur;att 0Xi,irfi0V5 thetime!lifo of crime it 'is irresistable. A 1 Of irhlt i fnw m in uracit iapfi hail e vi n ! . m, - iiiarsi is wishing to renew; and )t will . ontmad tothem accordingly. IX Pitpei will bssanloutof thecoun...

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 March 1857

. , . - v.'.r .. .v-vr- ,.. r - -. : ' - -,"--v ?- " -v .- - - - I i i ? I t i F AYET TEV i LLS OBSERVER." Vnt f Pcstagt In Lfhcolt County 'N 0. WALLACE, Editor. IT - OricE sni.iw OM Stand , ' Olservtr Printing S'rT '. . ' "guo vomrniu.ee,. wnica we copy -as suggested , in; the' memorable 'letter, (publish" it, ,: Through, an 'oversight, ; Whe at Harrodsburs and Verities do llSmi '-T Mr. Davis, of-Maryland, from tbeaDnah or'veu,on- V ',omJ ! Bank Sainiiah -G5 ' -'rrpnt into Munt Ste,r vington.&.men.et GrT" " -fe . -,et committee appoin ed to loyesthe .ou h ,, y r 7 to Lgt:. .. Cn'ed ifbi on, Wb - ' r!.--;.i t..-..t bta - c -locTiat eome eni?lh to straw that ttie com- - lllillSUJI lii Ul 1111!'. llflliCI J . 1JI " - W 7 OI Dirt Roads vs. Rail . Roads. A prictical illus'raliou of tho conslitute the busmosd of life, and ' .... J ducted from the profitsof the husi- ntss ci an euwrc commumiy. v . . ..xx.0 .rr.v,-, -.t,TTrt. .y (or-joining themc norfir un n 'rirnncKtf-tlffl I. ,mnniK....

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 March 1857

'.4. ' r I'll 4 - .1 ! - j J III 1;! 1 v. ." V s $ - i k K - . - - 4 fif ifivillf' rilifirrii!County at Large- J; M. BrightJ. free of Postage In Lincoln Connly TH(ri?5D A . MARCH. 5, 1 8S TO AOUERTiSEnS ! (CT-Ths POST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS published in tb , ,' V . FAYBTTBVILLE OBSERYER. by authority of - an Act -of . Congress, which provides tht it shall appear in the Newspaper having the Largest Circulation! 3 ngnst U5!rrt!0iH 1837. STATE SIN' AT 8 LIN'COtN AHO FKANKLIN. CT We are authorized to anrounce Joel J.Jone, Ejj.,of Lincoln, a candidate to rep resent Lincoln and 'Franklin counties in'the Senatorial branch j of the oiexi Tennessee Legislature. FIOATEB USCOI.K, GILES ASP MARSHAL!.. ' OCT We areauthorized to announce James M. Davidson, a candidate for Joint Eepre sentatire for Lincoln. CitoHaud Marshall coun ties in tha next Legislature. jtEPRSREHTATIVn LIKCOliW f OUNTT.' OCT" We are anthrized to announce Cpt. , Oeorgc V. Ilcbh. a candi.Tate to represent Lincoln county,: in t...

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 March 1857

'vToCare Foot Evil. I h.vo sufil-red iom loss- amon?: fay own stock from tU disease, and believe, 'from the ti hh X have made myself and tho rtuils oX the exoe--. nonce of others, that the folio wiu'g U n sure -remedy, viz: As soon as vou discover any. JarnVnass ia tho unim tl , examine the foot, aud you will gener ally find ; considerable tenderness, .4Wi r Ain't got anything' Elss. : An honest buckwoodsm.io, unHC qutiiuted with the slung terms of the ld--iy recently wentVlnto storo. at Columbia, South Carolina, to pur chase a till of Groceries. ' Stepping up lo ine Keeper pi the store, be bc- gh with -.'-'; -.-v 'Have you got any eag'jr?' , We ain't got anything else was the reply. "' i : ...... Well, put mo up one hundred and MULBERRY. PETERSBURG. just at thQaedg9 of the hoof and hair.i fifty pounds, and mtko out your bill Wash the foot well with warm water!1!1 C!1 11 an(1 settle; and get the sugar and sonp, dry it,have ready a strong;10 J? ''0" or 60' , ui Pper,.VuiUejgentenVfta...

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 March 1857

Kgiw '-1 imupwit f 'n; .;y; , v"v t1; r 1 6 i y- be ;hr Country's, tliy . God's, iaud Truth's." I I'LBLISIlLlt IItOI'KILTOU- & - -1 1 P: fi li PiilP:3: w ... ' ". . . . ' ..; : V,y .1..S .';";'';' .;' -A- . V.' .? i'-' fif. A. W a v .-'. - . . ",-"-' -. ;:i '": - :i ' ' ( ' - "v..- ? 1' "' .' "l .. - - J; ' . ' . . ' . ,M"Let all. the eiids vfltou alm'st at i 4 : . - A' NO. 4fil'0L C. ..f "Weriptioii; Two Dolhug aii-?.r y. -e"ts wrraouT deviation ir- . cxPirionoJthree months All Ullls fftP oatractod.ercej.t a-ainatthohe with whom rttiihin accounts. 3aWibersfailinoor(lerad;scot)t;iiu.aTico the paper, at the expiration of the time loi which they may have subscribed, are con sidered at wishing to renca ; uud it will 1 e outinued to them accordingly. . CJ.alMcr will l.-sojitoutof the county nls paid for IndTanre. f CS-iivertiseiQeuts inserted at One Dol , lur per Square of Tivclve Lines r Iim, for the first insertion; Vittj iii lor eacn contumaiict'. iy rarsons Adrertmuig bv 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. — 12 March 1857

ifETTEVILLETOBSEMER: Free of Postage In Lincoln Conn.y FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning, Iarc!i 12, 18J7 . . Garoliug In Ne7 York. ... , They ',h iv? a new.' and pculiir in stitution in NeMf York, which- they ' call g.-irolhg, ' and "which scorns ; to bj ,.in aveiy tburishing GonJition just utthi tim. Tho Siv.innah News says tho Iv.jw Yorl gtiotoi differs from that of llavanna in this in ' stead of 'applying an iron collar to ' one's neck, and'ehoking the life out : of him, th New York garoteis grasp Aheir unsuspecting victim by the '7,-eezcn" a:? they pip along the Eireet, and never relinquish their hold . until thev lrave' snuj-ezed ' the List dinw lVom his . pocket, l be papers w obtain "reports of quite a number of cases of g:roting". three of which occurred in oiie night, hi one cise a Massachusetts mau, a stranger m i,a rMxr tv.-i tvisin"' the corner of West and ltobiason streets, when three mjn approached him from be hind, and lu was .instantly, seized lack of thoVn-c-, t...

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