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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 June 1857

1 v I.- i: 1 : ..J . -yj- -i liyctied lie Observer free of Postage id Lincoln County ; TIIUU&DAV. JUKE 23, 1857. . - t n I' t; n.'"; We have rewired a tribute ta the memory of 'our little Martha Louis but it can't be fcad.If;tbe writer will furnisb another. ieViblv- wriLkTn. With ink., that will not' smear; and ; short, we nil! take pleasure in eivTnsr 1 TO ADVEHTISERS ! errfiSiub!Uhft,Hn tii .it aplace Make it short FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, 'Deferred y authority of an Act 'of Congress", which ' m, . fcrdviles that itshall appear la the Newspaper! ADe Ani LariD3,the ..r . Jthe Uncoln County Bible Society has JLaVgeSt Circulation!, been deferred until the third Sunday 1 : ; " io J ulj', when the Sermon will tw de- The Anniversary Celebration of tJt stills : r - . IN pursnaace of decrees of the Chan- ust BUftlon- 1837." COSORF.89 SIXTH PISTBICT. tC3 We are authorized to announce lion. tao. W. Jones camlidate for re-elf ctiou lo Congress, from tliuConiiregsional District.' TATE 8B!IA...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 June 1857

3 net: aii'nnrn:-- lbs llcru Ail- Obstructed Milk.' Married ys Un"urcied. Tou ve Mr; E litof : itaveeeii intbe Sot uo wi,'1 belkve,': sald Mr. lii.iuk Farmer, prVse. :pt.u.Vfor n cat f the : lw hS "eiahbor. v ;.T . bora ail ia catily ; Visa an inquiry a i' sir, was JhOeply, ."I; neier to- th? ca.iie. ami a care, (or a cow : w"9 ""If11 -" . " ' , ' 'teatjhat had become hard to uulkJ Ah'; "J? Mr. Blank, "you are a When rwli'ii them, I felt a blron;1'" 'loV r ' ,T ' ' V hclin-Vtiou iXiv. vou the remedy I H . A short time lUr,Mr.. Blank, lu hrvc Hlff:,ys,yil iu sue, cases, with '"."K a marriwd niau,-) ou hav. r,uv:i...J,r ' es. sir. a wife and three chil li dren. 1 I ndeed," said Mr. Blank, you are ii happy mm." Why, Mr. Blank" amd one of the cur remarks to the un A L .. ! . . 1 aa. arera . AAil . . ii i i UMrncu iuiu me uiurrieu c?iu iu wu- i;ini;H iiin'iirr. HftJi iitih n r-r i tii tii f 1 1 1 twirii ;i (,9 f i "Not at 11 not at all, sir. There Vlilit intri.. rlt'iinr oou nur I ' diff...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 July 1857

r: - . - r " - . . . . - . ..... r ft .4 - ( I Pi. O. UALLaVe.I ' ' :-.N0. 10. VOL. T. If JT wo. Uillars for one year if. paid at -thetima cf subscnrtion: 'I W UolUirs 1i .d FlfljTCeWtf, WITHOUT DETIATIOS afir t.H Tnirp.tion of three months. BUI" for Advertisement?,' Job wr.rV r SiihAtrintioiK consiJcred , due , :.vie:i 'iontji-ted; eicept asainst-those with whom w havd Tuunins aceouuts. (K7-3'ibs5ri'bers fairing to order s discor.tin- unnceaf the paper, atrtae expirauonoi me tima.rcr which they may hav subscribed, '- r oonMdered as wishing to renew; and it s will ba continued to them accordingly. ff-7ff' Paper will be sent outVi .the '--n -anleas Daid for m advance. -CrVlvertisementB inserted at Om.D I lur pr Square of Tvcye .Line orXe9, for the first insertion; I i; tr prersons advertising by the year will. Le ch'ard Forty Dl!rs fora wholecol umn! Twenty Dollar 'for "Yea OJl':irfQrone-qcr. tion from these term unier anj cwmXawt .1,'fh. privilege of yearly .rtujen . ..regular bmw: ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 July 1857

' jMSnjVlLLEOBSERVER. Free of Postage In Lincoln Connij 3 N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OmcK ylff.'ie mme Old Si and: 'Sigriof tU Ohicrvtr Printing OJice.' . ' w ' FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning, Jul j 2, 1857 . FOIi COVERS OB, IsiiAM G. Harris. OF .SHELBY. ALIEN SUFFRAGE Sine th decision of th-i Sapieme Court, sustaining tin constituionalit' ofthe raiia fjaturn-and leading prin dpi s of the K ms is Nebraska' Bill, the Kaow.-Nothiiigs hav? turned their wenp in of warfare' npon vhat thy cHl-th- a ien sulfera-e feature of the 3 sa&rage feature of the , fr. l- it. and grant. To relieve the ? .-. :s, and dispel the visions ; Minnesota land anxious fears of this hydra-beaded monster from ' intention "to ' become such, and slnll ths minds of our ICnow-Nothiug have taken an oath , to support the frwnds, we publish belo w ex! racts Constitution of the United States and r i i i -.the provisions of .this' act." from the various territorial laws, so 1 -t .. - - - - far as they relate to the...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 July 1857

. J.- .'X ft . f - v i !: I Coheir! voe isffi nn o w? 131 IllfU UI 10 J KuyeUerille Observer Tret of Postage la Lincoln Connly Tiicii8Arf jultIi. mar. TO ADVERTISERS! ifii ifiaan published in the - FA YKTTEVILLE OBSERVER, y authority of an Act of Congress, which trovi ies that it shall appear in the Newspaper aring the Largest Circulation! aafel "Cltttion 1857. - C05GRESS SIXTH DISTRICT. fCr We lire authorized to announce Hon. leo. W. Jone a candidate for re-election Congress, from this Congressional District. . BTATK SEXATt LISCOL ASD FKAKKLIS. Barid Ctscs : - Mr. TF. W. Formufaltf of this place, is cgent for the anleof the celebrated Metalic Burial Cases and Caskets,and has quite a number of-sizes' now at his ware-room. - . It is not contended that they will preserve the body for all future time without eome decay, but. absolute experience does ebow that -after an interment of over a yoar's duration, the corpses exhibited not Ihe Blight eet evidence of change. Th pro prietore, if ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 July 1857

I t r . r A & t? sr ri tic 4he Ch as Khnck tU!SE DOCKING HORSES." . We nre glad to-see that the abom ibahle nwtfarftf docking horses is jro mout'of fislonn. U prevails in no CO'V Ty jo th world b?a-s England,' and the.AJiut('-d States.-AV3 got it from,, the -m'-viber cojntrv, innd the sooner" we vq it. off the better.' It i wfch rfiil W anvWl v hnfc fln :! i.. . , uonnt, narrow-minded blockhead of a: jockev. should ever have thought qf ; bi-in us i o-iensive to good taste ai it id a riulati in of every hum-in feel in Hid i Nature don; her work ia uch a; bung.ing: manner in -forming muuoDiest oi ,-imma:s, menorse,tnar1suflicient) without going into particu hi? requires to have a pijce of bone chopped off wi:h an ax to reduce him - to symmetry, or th it beauty and grace cm be obtained o.aly by cutting a pair of his large- muscles?- " - "The docking and nicking of hors- es," siys an intelligent writer on far - riery. ,kis a craei practice, ana ougntj . to be abandon nl bv th whole ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 July 1857

v 7 t Ml . ! i ; a- ,1 :X. ". .. - re iii.Miin T ' , - - : "cxi"eia: intern C3Tvo Dollars forone yearif paid at the time .of subscription; '1 wo Dollars nnd Fifty Cents, without ieviatios, after the expiration of three months. IC7A1I 'Bills for Advertisements, Job "VVork, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, exeepfc against those with whom weavc runnisoc accounts. 03r3abcribers failing lo'order a discontin uance of the paper, at the expiraiion or the time for which .they may have subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly: IOjo ..Paper will be cent out of the county unless paid for in advance. ftfrAivertisements inserted at One IoI-I-. .mrc of Twelve Lines or Less, for the first insertion; Fitly - Cnts for each continuance. ' ,r?Per8onS ndvertisins by the year , wi.lj-e ehargsd Forty Dollars for a whole col umn: Twenty Dollars for one-half, Ten DI lar s for one-quarter. Io devia tion from these tenns under any ICJ-The pri...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 July 1857

FATETTEVILLE OBSERVER; - -i-i r- .v N. -.0. WALLACE,- Editor." Or net At lie tme Old SlanJ: Signof the " Observer Printing Office." FATETTgVlLLE; TEXN: Thursday Morning Jul 9, 1857 . - - FOR ..'GO YEIWOR, - . Isham G. Harris. " OF snELBT. " Datjof Old-Line WLigs. The LoaisvTile Courier, thus .ably defines the dutv of old-line- whigs in trie pending fctate . elections. We commend its perusal to every one in out own Stat1, as. the position which he takes is correct,- just, incontrover tible: " - Now the question is, having aided in the election cf Mr. Buchamm to the Presidency, will the whigs, give his administration a fair tri.il, by placing nvn "in Congress who will render it a fkir and fdthful . support? Th?; !? roillv trip rr.irtiil n'nixerinn to be decided noxt August. To do otherwise, would be to stultify them selves. Fur whigs to elect a Presi dent and then refuse him the co-operation necessarv to a suectfsful ad ministration, would be a very un-whig-like. To 'send Representati...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 July 1857

Fayette vi I ! 0 bser Yer Free of Postage ia Lincoln County TIII7KSDAV, JULY 9. 1857. 05r The -FOST-OtFICE LIST LETTERS is published in the FAYETIEVILLE OBSERVER, oy .authority of an "Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper having - the Largest Circulation! list xeirrtton- 1867. COXGTIESS PIXTH rtSTBICT. tCJ We are authorized to announce Hon. Geo. W. Jones a candidate for re-eb-ction to Congress, from this Congressional Piri?t. Frost , - . ..... . " :.VH " The weather durins the last ten dn5's has been 'unusually varied-: the d.tys warm and pleasant," and the nights cool enough for a blanket. ; We ar-i cre-dibly informed'tbtt frost was to be s.en in tnis vicinity latt Thurs day morning! - Epr ffiarktt5--Ia(M Salts Speaking ' . . . '.. ' Hon. Geo. W. Jones and James Af. Davidson, Esq., addressed the people in sensible, telling speeches, on the issues of the present canvass, at the court-house last Monday. ' Correction I : We stated last week that Mr. W. ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 July 1857

cr. of a i-" i: - y -i OU1C i i i 1 r A. 4 ;:'!jc iirui'tr.' ; ,Jnti m:& . unci. tiuiciliiiigforjhc Ladies. .I the boh-s a very .one f.. i. ..:': !... ler n;ee fin J cool m the hottest vve:ith-1 country entered tha vehicle; and Procure I I t SI new flower not ter , it sis? to cover the hut- ;tioi ulo a BAUctr hvza en- j-d ler pi. -lie. ;ind tho fir fl:iwtr not to rest in i.Trn!;ins. and lived close to tho - first Ai njiiide duvvu; . . - . - . . .. . ! i :;s 13 S'jiH it) U19 0VC11 1 ::lt( wlitiii : j-iat is baked,) in th and j)ut on this .t river, tha saucer. took no of! butter; mw fii'l tho saucer with -water, !(.! and .tern the flower pot over the but-1 the ter. so t'nat it bottom euV will be ibid below the water. Ti.e hole in the flower pot must be fitted with a cork; the butter will then be in what wo m.iuy call an iir-tifiht clmuibor. Let the wi oln cf the outside of the flowe? P0' lie t:,lia thorunghly drench ed with wat-r and it in a place as von c.n. 1 1 this .is cool i H...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 July 1857

s J . i 4 a J 63 - 4 .Let all the end tho aim l t "bf . ll.f jj "'T ' . .r V- , PUBLISHER PnOPKICTOII. If. O. WALLACE, 1, n5T." : L': V : we Mm FA Y ETT E V ILL E, TE Mi TH 0 USD AT NO; 12. VOL. 7. ft? rrx , f7TVFfrF& pi r F JULY t t: 1 lV i 8CJTvro Dollurx for one year if paid at thstima of subscription; Two Dollars! "U fifty Ceats, without deviation, after the expiration of three months. IC7wl fiilU for Advertisements,' Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. 07S ibscribers failing 1o order a discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the hlmi lot WnlCu mey luajr auuai-iiucu, are eon-idored as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. i"i'o Palter will" be sent out of the 'u it unless paid for in advanc"e.N &Zr Vlvectiiieraents inserted at Osie Dol a sir er Saimre of Twelve Lines or Le, for the first insertion; Filly Ce.if for.each continuance. t , iT Persons advertisi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 July 1857

ft ( 3 i '1 A. 1- r i . v : ! ! )! : . i '. Ft a i: i i 9 ICC. . TEVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage la Lincoln County N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Orrios-. At the bin 0M Stand: the "Obierver Printing OUce." FA VET T E V I L L E, . -T EN N : ' Thursday Morning, July 10, 1857 gll,iL.L-'.-?-T. !L". for. covers on, ' Isiiam G. Harris, OF. SHELEy. ; . ' H . 11 1 . . . 1 ! The Canvass fur Governor. A letter to . the Nashville Union & American from Newport,- Cocke county, sae: ' ' Newport, June 27, 1857.. . - The candidates for Gavmior spoke -in this pi a e.o to-dny. In conclusion, permit me to say that it was the general opinion of the crowd here,Jhtt m point.of solid abil ity, there never wera two candidates ou the slump for GoVern&r iu Ten nessee before who contrasted eq wide- A correspondent of the same pa per, writing from Jonesborough end giving an aecoifnt of the meeting of the candidates for Governor at that place, concludes as follows:. ... The vast crowd who assembled to hear th...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 July 1857

J UN (if 1 1. li- Iff I I th M iHiyetierille Obserrer Vree of Pxrst.ise in Lincoln County THUUSDAr, JULY 10, I85T. TO ABVEaTISEBS I The TOST-OFFICE LIST OF -:fTS is published irt the FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of CongTess, whieb provide thit it shall appear in the Newspaper having the ' . Largest Circulation! Slugust cElcctioii 1857. COS'GKKaS- -SltTrf PISTEICr". 5CJ We are authorized to announce Hon. - Geo. W. Jonc a candidate for re-election to Congress, from this Congressional District. " . 6TATE6EXATB LISCOLS ASD FKAXKLIX. rgr We arc authorized to announce Joel J. Jones Esq., of Lincoln, a candidate to rep resent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the next Tennessee Legislature. . ' . - wt m ttd rr-ennr.- fiT7.F.a AND MAE5IIAX.L. Q3T We are authorized to announce James; M. Davidson, a candidate for J oint Repre- j sentativfi for Lincoln, Giles and ilarsliaii couu- ties m tne nexiuegisi-uurc. BEFRESEXTATIVE MSCOtS C0USTY. 7- We are author...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 July 1857

armrr. ;rrcsfrvingFrsjils-S(lf-Spa!ii)gCans , .'All the varidi-s of selfs-aling cans art; intend!, accomplish one ol-jt ct to exhaust the :.ir from the interior oftta caa making a lurmetieal fceal. tl vacuum.: witliiit. It is not our intention to describe any can or the melLoil of using, as the manufac turers re o.irrfyl to do that,but merely give th' matin r of yrv .ariisg for can ring a ft w cf the vegetables and fruits: Chief I);rection-s icr Preserving Fngrr, Tomatols, etc - Rhubarb, or- Pic-Plant. Cut up the stulks without peeling Strew with sugar u for pits, and seal up while hot. . Strawdlrp. ins and Raspeerries. Use from a half to three-quartirs of sugar to a pouf:d of)fruit. Sugar th" strawberries and let them stmd for ten, minutes;' then put th-m into a preserving-kr ttlo and boil them for three or lour minutes. Fill the cans cr jars, and seal quickly, while the contents are hot ; : Cheerier.- Stew, without sugar, ten minutes, and seal up wbi.'e boiling hot. No fruit is mo...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 July 1857

V a o t 11 w s" 1 3 1UIL9S1IEK PUOrKUiTOK. i i 4 f IT 4 f ; 4 i W. O. WALLACE, J NO. 13 VOL. I lC7Tvo Dollars for one yearif paid at the time of subscription; Two Hollars mid Fifty Cents, without deviation, after the expiration of three months. IC7A11 Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. . OCrSabscribers failing io order a discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may nave subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. rio Paper will be sent out of the uuty unless paid for in advance. gr Advertisements inserted at One Dol lar er Square of Twelve Lines or Less, for the first insertion; Fifty Ceats for each continuance. C3 Persons advertising by the year, will be charged Forty Dollars fora whole col umn Twenty Dollars for one-half, Yn nol l rs for one-quarter. Xo devia tion from these terms under any ci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 July 1857

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage In Lincoln Coanly N. 0. WALLACE, Edito r. f "ctE' lhe 3C Old Stand: Sign of the "Observer Printing Ojjke." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday 'Mornlug, July 3, 1857 FOR GOVERNOR, IsiiAM G. Harris, OF SHELBY. August Gill! . 'Men of Lincoln democrats and old-line wbigs are you ready for the dawn of August Gth? The as cendancy of sound or false principles in this State may depend on the pop ular vote of Lincoln. What member of our party, worthy of his name, can need any other, stimulus than this re flection, to elicit his most untiring cx eitions for the short period of prepa ration! This is an election in which every thing must depend on the spon taneous enthusiasm of the dtmocritic and old-line whig masses, with little of preparation or active effort on the part of what is termed the organiza tion of the party to bring out the popular vote. Every man must now b2 a committee for this purpose in his own person. No man should be willing to incur the refl...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 July 1857

fayelterille ObserverJBects-: . ' ' ' ' r- The largest Boets we have seen Free of Postage in Lincoln County TIlUUSDAr, JULY23, IS57. TO ADVERTISERS ! OCT The FOST-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 having . the Largest Circulation! ns't . (Eltrtion 1B37.-- COKQUKSS SIXTH PISTKICT. ,'. lCJ We are authorized to announce Hon. CSeo. W. Jones candidate for re-election lo Congress, from this Congressional District. STATE 6EXATE LIXCOLS AXD F2AKKJLIX. OCT We are authorized to announce Joel J.Jones Esq., of Lincoln, a candidate to rep- resent Lincoln and Senatorial branch Franklin" counties m the; of the next lennessee Legislature. FLOATEa USCOLtf, GILES ASD MARSHALL. 05" We are authorized to announce Jain M. Davidson, a candidate for Joiut Repre sentative for Lincoln. Giles and Marshall coun ties in the next Legislature. . - . , BEPRESEXTATIVE LINCOLN COUSTV. . OCT W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 July 1857

1 t i 1 .1 f i.. IV- i c r CHiNESE SUGAR CANE. Tbe following dirtetions, iu refer ence to the choice of ground, time of planting, manner of planting, cultiva ting, stripling, and cutting the Chi nese Sugar Can, wht-n it is frrowu foi the purpos j of making Syrup or Sugar, has Iwen gtthertd from prac tical men. who have liad experience ia the field iti the sugr-growing districts of this and o.htr cuuutiis, by Messrs. Hedges k Frn corm-r of Muin and AYaUr&iiet tt, Cincinnati: Ci;o:cs of GeoilnJ). Upland soil is bett; r for Sugar th.m low ground, though the latter may be a strong deep soil. It is supposed that the saccharine matter in plants is absor bed chiefly from the atmosphere; and though a large i growth of cane can bo sf-cured ou low ground than; on high, there will be more Water in the sap; and as the cost of pressing- and boiling is considerable, it is notalwys desirable to produce the largest growth, but rather the richest juice. Time o? Planting. The seed of the Chinese ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 July 1857

V 4 - Let all the ends thou alm'st at be tliy Country's, thj God's, and Truth s. If . O. WALLACE. J FAVETTRVILLK, TKNN: THURSDAY, JULY 30, .1857. WHOLE ML ?R iJ- NO. li VOL. 7. iX :e:. -, . f -' . - ? 1 S. - - ' -. - - s . jBB?: 1 ' 1 1 , I" " " 1 ' . " . v- " 1 " ' ' ' ". . s ... i 1 .-; : .. . . . , ... ; '..'.'. ;" - - 1 ' , - : - . . - ' . - . . " - - - . ; . . . . . . . . ... . ... i - f V r V 1 ! ,1 tC3Two Dollars f or one year if paid at thalime of subscription;'! '" lWar fifty Ceui, without deviatios, fter the expiration of three mouths. JiU3.Vll Bill for 'Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due wheoatra:tedl except against thosa w itb counts.- ' i C3r-3;ib3;ribers failing io order . dcontin - tira r v,-h Apv mav have subscriled. Ul IU( li t - i , I lira ooaiidercl as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. Jio iier will b ecnt out of the 'U ity unless paid for In advance.' '. J CCT-Uvertisenientfe inserted at One Il- ar ier Sfiuitrc...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 July 1857

v it v FAYSTTEV1LLE OBSERVER: Tree of Postage ia Lincoln Cocatj N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Ornc At the ame Old stan i: Sign of tl " OUervcr rrintivg ojice- - FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Moraing, July 30, 1857 FOR GOYERXOR, IsHAxM G. Harris OF SIIELDT- 5 Next Thursday! Democrats of Lincoln! Muster in your strength next Thursday, and de molish all the hopes of your antago nists. Show thnr force of yoar own union, and tha weakness of' your op- onouts, iombiotd or ia detail. It is in your power to do the work of years. You, can stretch proscrip- tive' Kuow-Nothingism on its backj for an j'ge. - Will you s ize the golden ' - moment wiil you avail y urself of the chance. will you improve it to lay the foundations broad and deep for a last ing Democratic ascendancy? Arousa " thou, Fellow" .Democrats, arouse! Fight th battlo nunfuliy and with . . . , " . vigor, and a triumph shall be yours r.ucly excelled ia glory or benefits. h' i-sues of th prc-seut canvass : : " " . . , . . , , involve poin...

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