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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 September 1857

. Fayctleville ObSCrVWi ElecIicB.-S!eVartfflectediht MrirMs--tn!ffii - 1 v wo can barely announce -this re- . . ,7 7.,: - " " JWl Iffae of Pastime ia Lincoln Connty js&lt. which ' is certain, . though tb wnviiii tcmT 4: ' Mouh.' juii oincial returns ate not yet m.- TllunSDAr.srrTEfiEza S, ig.v? j Dunklin and Ripley are yet to bear frca3 officially. : It is said' that even 0 ilDUEflTf SIRS 1 :t)uDkIio ives majority'. ibrtef KTThi "wr-S mcV S o! "1! ,Iowipg tfiat;ifgff?'50 LETTERSU published i the Rolling, Stewart is . still ;40Q FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, laheft( The Coulitina ia defeated. By authority or an Act of Uongress, which. 1CUJW""IU a utiuuuua. provides that it alt all appear in the Newspaper j MlSSOUH, JD this election, though DO having - , ' ibody teemed to feel it, has been th LarSCSC LtrCUiatlOti! ground of .the Union aw 3Bnfo , (Blntion 1808. the field is won-lhank Low's 'Zeadtr. " the -and God!-. Diseased iiiduevs. . SHERIFF LtSCOLX COUSTT. - I . If m ,iml-f MWa,l .X -...

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 September 1857

V -5. CI -i 1 II- V. I ) i ' . t ! it - v !. n ..Eiii d n Trcalra c d t' to Uorses- A meruii uf min is meiciful to bis beast.1 Every nise w.iu, every eco nomical mau cf understanding, is Tike wise aitieiful-ii ih'rm. '"Abusive tresttnicnt vf horses, mid cruel inan cgtraeiit and usae of tktu. are a vasie &jd destruction- of; property; whilst tlie ktud care, and . merciful and ju(iciusmunnifpmfutof uriimnte, preserve- their- fc.jirita, )udu strength and- lives, nud :tLub;prVserVe.'thair value." ' ; ' - '"" " -f The Lor$e"isr.bv Mature, welfdis- posed," is Vasily'. trained, when' treated kindly.by a; erson ''-capable ' cf. in structing. him, ,1) one- that -can im part to th horse; ;iii idea of what be is to do, and how he - is to do -what may tye desired of him. -i lie H also somewhat excitable.;-' irfiisble ' and - timid,: -.Excitement -and frr ' ara destructive and iiijurious to th'e'vani mal' ns to iho human frame,' The horse, especially ,rwllll)e -more "docile uoderkicd than cr...

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 September 1857

- ...... .,.-....-. -a . --'' : . . - . . - " . TO- ft ;'1F' TW lis ll 111 w f r P il V C1X CTJ '-Uv r : - ..' V. - in i Bi. ".i hi i .1 nr. i?yi n. ., .. . h . i n : u; i e n r . Hi - rnv -1 w In I .: I 1 'Pi 0 'fi -B .1 1' . 'If. O. WALLACE, 1. 20.V0L. 7. IC3Ttvo Dollars forone yearif paid at thstima of subscription; I wo Dolhirs ami Piiif Cents, without deviation . after the expiration of three months iC7.4II Bill for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered dne wliea coatrasted , except against those with whorar we have running accounts. fcirJ ibiaribers failins io order a discontin- mnce of the paper, at the expiration of the tuae Tor wnicu tney may nave Bunscnoea ar conndereCi as wtshing to renew; and it w.11 bs continued' to them accordingly. l:-to.V Paner will be Bent out of the u .t? unless paid for in advance. OCT UvartiseracnU inserted atOne Dol- l.ir .r Snu-.re 01 wcive Lines or Less, for the firbt insertion; Tilty it f acb continuance. tryPer yadvertising b...

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 September 1857

FAYETTEVILLE ' OBSERVER. Free 9 f Postage iu LincoInCoantj V .V N Mi jsr'. V - y- j ta M. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Offwk- the s-rme Old Stand: Signof lie "Olteritt I'rinttny OJke." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning, Sept. 10, 1857. The Wheat Crop.' Tbe following reflections upon tho wheat crop ami tie policy tie pro-' ducers ought to pursue, are from the New York Observer, one of the most prudent and reliiJblo pupcrs in tbe country. Our agricultural friends can potder them, and then sell or hold on, na to them may' seem best. Tho Observer Bn s. ' ' 'We have heretofore shown that the crop of Breadstuff throughout this country is above tbi usual over age, but it remains an interesting questiou how far this production will find, a ready market. If there is uo export demand, and the whole crop is left, upon our hands for home con sumption, it is easy to see that there must be :f;genfenl break t!own iu pri ces; but if there ia an opeucg abroad for part of . tho production, such a di versio...

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 September 1857

Fayetierille Observer i i i , Free of Postage in Lincoln Counly irr ' - J 1 ' i- IlCnDAlr, SE1T. 10, 1837. TO (XT The POST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS svuhheA in the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, fey authority of an Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper, having the Bnttlj (Birr Hon 1858., . . . BHEEIFF LlSCOtS COUKTT. 07" We are authorized to announce Mr. Xotin T. JIoUow. a candidate for Sheriff f Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1853. (t5" We are authorized to announce Mr: Wiley ?I. Alexander, a candidate for. Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1858. . 07"We are authorized to announce A. J. Childress, Esq., a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1S58. 07" Advert isementsmujjt be handed into the J Office by Tuesday M'rningJ to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. A Request Easily Granted, 1 .The Grasshopper Plague. The Mionessota coirespoodeot of the Evening Post expresses the opin ion that the grasshopper,...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 September 1857

(Cljr armir. COLIC IN HORSES,. Mr. i jut&ji: Allow me t give von nv knowirjijT'- VnfT asmodic colic. 1st. Pulse 'natural tiuring the intcr- v&iscf ease.rareiy quicker, although nmh.l fu!ler. 2. .The attack comes on sutidt-nly is utvci pre ccdni rml seldom ruvompanied by fevr." o Th btrt'i lies down .and b..ck. 4th, The legs ! Riid urs of th natural t mpertture. 5th. P. in n moved by motion a al- ro 1-v rubbiru tho belly. Oth. In- ttrvu'sof etiS'. 7th. Strength sc.irce- ly uilVctcd. tcsis. These are the fiVIlip- - ...k i isHic.wuw.-t , froiusa perspirauon, and throws himself, more .violently .nbout Iu th-i Hpace ef an houj or two, ither ths spa?ms begin to relax and the remissioD3 are of longer dura tion, or the toitura is. augmented r.t i:'rv raroxvsra. the intervals o j . i, - j i . case become few, th-n death follows. Tho driukincr of cold water when toe LL WA VVa, " 1"-". w - - . ' r lrequent causes of - coke, excess ol! jxret n 5 .vvi, iviv.v.. are abo occasional causes ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 September 1857

P.. - 1 ' V . , . i . . . I . " H.O, WALLACE, v - ..7' : "v- -.. f V. ," . rs..- .. i:; : ' " - " Vi-.- - -' r'j;-r ' ' y -v.' - ? : -a " ' ' L - - ' " i ' - ' - . 1 1 ..- - ,,..; -. ; i . -.o-"-..? . , ' . WHOLE ISO. m NO. 21 - VOL. I i 4 it r3 rva Hollars forona year if paid at Ultima of subscription; Two Ddikirs It'll FiTf Jetlt!, WITHOUT KEVIATION, !"Ur the eipiratiOu of. three months. US Uitl4 for Advertisements, Jofe 7)rlc or Sao.scription, considered due when contrasted. except. against those with w"ion we have running accounts. titT" i tbijriber failing to order a disconli'u- utaue oC tha paper, at the expiration of .the IlUX J lor. WaiCU luey uaiosuuBuiutu, urj ouuutlered as wisaing to renew; ana it w M i). continued to them accordingly. ' li..r V. laier will lia sent out of the " -i tf unless paid for in advance (T LUertUeraents inserted atOuc Dol lar tcr Squsive or twcivc Line or tts, for the first insertion ; rjftj O.uU far each continuance. t KjPersons advertising by th...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 September 1857

i : t 4 'J r .-O 1 METTEVILLE OBSERVER: Krco ofPoNtageln Lincoln Couutj WWW f -'-o N. 0. WALLACE, Edilor. Orrics At tkt nn Old Stand: Scti of "Oisrrrsf Printing OJice." AYETTEVILLE, TENN's ' - Wdaj Morning, Sept. 24, ISSI.J"1 Jf . nortbero portioo of ' Cwudj, J oi 1 but this project ruled. Now pcti- HUMBUG. Some of the know-nothing pnpera assert that there was a "great deal of illegal voting" at the late election. We don't believe it we never be-j rapidly getting over their sickly sym lieved such stories. We . look on pathy for tho negro, acd &ro dctcnn thPm AS the "cries of tho wounded." We consider them merely the verbal expletives with which the vanquished I tar Yhero will tho poor negro got at' the ballot-box attempt to get rid j It will not be ait all surprising if thous- of their pent-up mortification. It jands of runaway negroes should wend is possible lhatafew fraudulent votes jtheir wa' thj-ir masters to ct- . i 4 icape transportation. . mny, now and then,find their way...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 September 1857

Fayette ville Observer jHosbaB& cmmbie m Longer- . J la the olden time,"grumbling I bos- Free of Postage in Lincoln' Cotmfy .bands tvere very plentifulat this sea .. . . - sod of the year. Then wives insist- TCUKSPA V SEET 84, 1357. ed op-Q havjQg ontire nw gomplu. ;n i ry outfits, and the. expense was so Suit si i great that certain poeket-books, after . necessary purchases hhd been made,! hub eh , fT The :VOST-Ob'FICE 'LETTERS is published in the A' wedding ot a ' very interesting character took placer recently tin Louisville. ;The bride, " bridegroom, the-parents of the bride, and clergy man, were all eaf mutes. FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER, iked very, thin indeed. Now, how- t5;nZi ?3G; h mV by, authority of an Act of Congress, which ! ever, mutters bear n different com provides that itsball appear iu the Newspaper ! . ' . -m n having the iplexion. Ve can assure all gene- Larzcst Circulation! TmsBenedlcs' an,J a11 model h0Q8ft .3Sarkfts--Xa!f5tDute Nnshvitle. Tenn , ' Beeswax Yello...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 September 1857

- ; Cfir afnirr. mulberry; PETERSBURG. PROFESSIONAL. T 1 . Keep a good Cu vr or 2,one. Amos Kjiiut!y?of Jainestowu,Chaa tairque county, N. Y., gives the fol lowing account of tho product of a good but Ir.T-majang lcow for one month, Mw-V-n April 23, and May 25, lb07. Hi gays: . VSUJ cow is of common breed; mediuxa biav'bevan years old; waa wintered on vrn fodder, th prodact of on' arid ;i T. ilf. acres, together with one qu.rfe- of cra meal night and morning, w.-t nith the slops of the house, nben I h .d Any, and when not with water, bi-uig stabled constantly except w hen she' could be .is comfor- t:ble out doors. ine outtf-r was mrin- .ufeeturtrfl b v a vounr wuman who lived with u (m'v wife t,W .irk-Si eOwhoprofsod no particular SKI II 111 rmrff. m ,1 I..-. 4 il- ' i. Was 48 liOUndd Sll:il tun nnnoo f first-rate quality. And permit me to remark that it is my opinion that if dairymen in gen- uuiu .Keep -oue-LaJi as miny cows as they now keep, and eol-?ct tht-ir best and keep them i...

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 September 1857

t - ' . . , m j ' ' ' - ' ' I ' V ' - aCT Tp- - - . -.- , x - rf . V , fes3 ; uhj -:a ;.y a SiMj SI J; Uyj illl' jyj jULL. i til . : 1' aJ J fi n :n - " r y rz- : . . - : izjiiiljirir i' 1... - -".-. "Arg." ..' 1 S. O. WALLACE, J Let all the end thou uim'st at be llijr Country's, thy tJod's, nnU ' TrutSi's." NO. 22--V0L. 7. FflURSDAT, SEPTEMBER 24; 1 857. is i i ii i i in i i i.i n mu m sr. ft I J!i I 1 J!i N L LIii, 1 lilV IV I iPcriloUS AdvCDlureof a YcnEsLady'dffelt aD expression half stern, half! impenetrable niist,aud the light wind! Aa the wind sunk to rest, and the tender. The clear Liue eyes of the lad' met hia fixed yet 'respectful K- J-iiva ;nnars forone year if -.uidati ui time of subscription; Two Doi!ars ... The evening set in cold and crcv . aer tne axpiration of three inc-Eihs. "vv" V"" att wau UCL" ' mi7P HPHrehintr!v-,sh( niif hf-r h-nd ia.w -aiiu. for Adveniscmeuts, Job- hut s the sun declined,- a tijj.pze. eearcDingveputliferliaud i r&.. -or S'jbacrn.ti.iii . ...

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 September 1857

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER Free of Postage in Lincoln County 5St K. 0 WALLACE, Editor. OrncH Al tt time Old Stand: Sign of tU " Olnrva Printing Office." ' FAYCTTEYILLE, TENN: TaurjJij 5rrfl!nj,Sept. 24, 1857 lnteraalioail Uorse-RacingT Mr. Tea Broek, who went to Eag hnJ soimlim 3 figo, ns ciiimpioo of American tuifm in, taking with him Beveral of the -fittest of American horses, to compete with the English racers on thoir own turf, his not, greatly to the chagrin of his coun trymen," met with thnt measure of eucc&ss which has ill-advised boasting led somof the Americans to expect, and soma of the English to appro? heed. His horses have appeamd in throe races, in eaoh of which they J were beaten. Prior and Prioress were vanquished at the great Good-! wood races; Prioress defeated agnin at Lewes; and now Belle, another cf his racers, has been beaten at York The SU Louis News remarks as fol lows: Three successive defeats, in nei ther of which the American horses came out second, show 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. — 24 September 1857

- w i. I' 1 r TlIUIiSDAV. SKIT. 21, 1857. -ADUERTs! 03" The POST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS ia 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! Bard) (Hlrriion 1858. R3EEIFF LINCOLN COUNTY. 05" We are authorized to announce Mr. . Jobn T, ITIotlow. a candidate for Sheriff r Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1858. 03" We are authorized to announce Mr. Wiley SI. Alexander, a. candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1858. fjyWe are authorized to announce A. J. Childress, Esq., a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1858. 5" A-iycrtiscmer.t? must be handed into the OfSce : by Ttu,sda'j Murm'nj, to insure an appear ance in the following Taper. cord, N. Ii., concludes an article ou days bidco. A remarkahle instance of love at j noG Plagu tt Crnbi!I,.of Hat- j SPECIAL rNO'I ICE! X?fXfrii twill flKrr..vr..! The Deniocra tic Standa...

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 September 1857

Hard Caudles if SufTTall I noticed a icqwest a short time since, for n receipt Jo make soft tal low hard. I send you one I know by experience to U good! -To 12 pounds 'uft.low Uke half a trillion of w aicr, to which ndd U-rte tiible- spoouMa of j.iilreriztd !um, and two table-spoonfuls of saltpetre, which bent and dissolvt ; U In uld your tallow and oue pj md of beeswax; boil bard alfogelli. r, uutil the water e vaporales. :.nd tkioi well : while boil ing. It should not be put in the moulds hotter than you chd bear your hand in. The caudles look much nicer when the mcks nre not tied at the bottom, a distigreeable tj:tk It is not only ' . , T - off, but it injures the moulds.. .Nev- jaa o!(i granilyr . Thdt cunn;ng dip cr heat your moulds to draw your ;lomatist, more , polite than conscien candks in cold wt ather. jtiou. answered with Lii most serious Puhp3 it is i.ot genaally known l5"111 means, madame, it means a that tallo'.r from beeves fed on corn or grnin; is much softer than w...

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

' . -.'--" -,-.- J, ' - . . - . - . ,. , , , , ; j , -J -- -. ... ' - : . - ' . i. , . . . . 7 . '' - - - - - "- . , , . ., all thi eds tttm aiin'st at be thy Country;;, tajr Cod'., and Truth's l'UJBLISIIElt A PIIOPlCIETOlt. It. O. WALLACE, t J t : -1 r i i 1 -1 4 - NO. 23 -VOL. 7. "1 , tTwo Dollars for one year if paid at the time of subscription;! wo Dollars aud Fifty Cents, WITHOCTDEVIATIOK, fter the -expiration of three months. C7AU Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with -whom we have running accounts. are considered as wUhing to renew; and it will be continued to them accoidii ly. Cjfft'o Paper will be cent out of the rtanty unless paid for in advance. 7- VlvertLsements inserted at One Dol lar cr Square of Twelve LI ue or Less, for the first insertion; Tilly Ccits for each continuance. - liZJ Persons advertising by the year, will be charged Forty Dollars fora whole col umn, Twenty -Dollars for one-half, Tea...

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

FAYETTEVILLE QBSgRVERT free of Postage ia 'Lincoln County bus pan:; 'note list. Americus, tome, Griffin,SandersviIle'A Oparta ood ood do do . 0. .WALLACE, Editor. The 'Forty -iVo Pcnndcr from ten- i,ut down by the wbola'force "of the - .: -i,i,fW-.- ,- igoveriimtnt." -This is emphatic .Below muylefoand this very yij. yion Mugiuu .,... .- . j . neciicat. .-. r -r- , '. I ;,- . - , j. - ' Alabama. ' . j tm i Vtv -V i t, -Yf - 'MaKd '"'tliigiblejlarguage, Itispl:UB,jQbIe table. ..We have compiled it B 0f Montgomery..... w. goi . - uv"ruu:!6iraigbt-forwardf and to the point, with rfuch cro and labor, froia .the: h State, Montgorae;7,.Ddbch .U iue iwecorooa letter, oi. wies.?Irisj inaDi.vdireM honombie. and besti oathoni iu order that the BiTvbi:::::::::::::::;::!. BOr bllliman and LlS forty-two - CoU- "L , ; l'v -J , ' L:.,vi:ikv- - '.:Ll. 'Centra!-b, of Ala, Montsonierr.. do , J r t re solute. , Ave sincerely iona the subscribers to the Observer . nitcut Ln.-e3 w - ' . - : . )---. 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. — 1 October 1857

c f-i" . .' - . .. . - i ' 1 f II, , . - ' . - i V, is ill ' 1 1. il U M'- f. i t s " J' FayellCTille Observer Tut of PDStasiri Lincoln Counly THURSDAY OCTOBER 1. 1857. Q : AOUERTISE frfr' Tha FOST-OFFICE - ZJST Letters x published in the FAYETTE VI LLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper hiring tha, - Largest Circulation! a jflnrrij "Itttion 1S08:: -pHERirF LIST-OfS COUSTT.. fjr- We are authorized to announ ce Mr. John T. Itlollovr. acandidate for Sheriff . f Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1853. 03" We are "authorised to announce Mr. Wiley 51. Alexander, a candidate for Sheriff of. Lincoln couuty, at the -March Election, 1858. i . -- Qj-We are authorized to announce A. J. Childless. Esq., a candidate for Sheriff "of Lincoln county, at the MaTch Election, 1858. 07" Atrtrtiemer.smu8t,he handed into the P fuoe by Tiiety ilrmnj,o luanre an appear ance in'the followins Taper. "' CSr A Request Easily Granted, (y-Perao...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 1 October 1857

THE NORWAY RAT. The Norwny rat, better known as the what" rat, from its favorite locali ty, is not indigenous to our soil; but Tf as introduced from Europe, which received it Hum Asia, in the' eigh teenth century, as late ns the year 1750. There are' Tew parts of the ; world now visited by navigators, where this niiirnul has not been intro duced, aud the immediate conse quence of its introduction has been. that nil the uutive ruts have been destroyed, or obliged to withdraw beyond the reach of this subtle and implncable enemy. Prior to 1750, this rat was almost if not wholly unknown in Europe, It 'was conveyed to England, about the year named above, in the. timber ' ships from Nirway, wheccb its name, Mauy years subsequently, it was brought to ihis couutry in European ships, and has been gradually propa gated from - the' seaports, iuland, wherever the facilities for transporta tion invited them. - It is am izingly prolific, bringing furth from twelve to eighteen at' a birth, and its...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 October 1857

-- ' y - . - , - ' " ,r ' J t ' "" '- ; " ' ' " ' : r " t 1 1 ' - ' " " 1 1 " -"J- -r - i. T -T" - ., " ' - i I I r ii f r I i . .. , - if 1 j. V. W O. WALLACE.-) NO; 24 VOL; 7. i"3Tvo Dollar for one yea'rif paid ot llie timo of iahscfintion; 1 'o Uollsns uii.i ruty ct., without deviation, ; sponsible ior tins one: . after tho expiration of three rnonihs. j - . " . 1 . - lr VII -Bills for Advertisements, Jot-! When Topple Was ID .the horse Work, or Subscription, coiisidered due 'tratlt1, he hud his eyes Constantly H wheacwtraHed.except agai f epocul-.tion, and one whom we have running accounts. - i ' 0T3 ibscribers faV.iiif to order a diBContin- ; U:iy 111 V Jmoiit he leil 111 U'ltl) ilDlOlig uanccof the paper, at the expiration of the ojr specimens, a horse, whose plhl tinn for xClii' li thev itiv nave MiLsrril ed. .1 t " c eLsMloTCve; and ii C.pal points WtTe the points . of IHM will le continued to tbem accordirgiy. i pr ojecting through the SKM a long, ljKo' laier wdl W cent out...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 October 1857

FAYETTEV1LLS OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln Coniijv N. O.WALLACE, Editor. OrncE At tie same Old Stand: SignoJ t1 ' Observer Printing Ofue." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thai-shy. MorEing,' October 8, 1857 From our last Wednesday's extra Observer. HfM.11 hiumi m Financial Embarrassment Siispen sion cf ihe Dank of Nashville. We recret to nave to announce that the embarrassments in financial circles which have prevailed in the Northern and Eastern cities for sever al weeks, have reached our own com munity, aud thit yesterdiy our citi zens were electrified with the an nouncement that the Bank of Nash villc, one of the oldest and largest of the Free Ranks, had suspended. This announcement was confirmed by the posting of the following circular ; on the public and private door ot that institution yesteiday: Bask o? Nashville, Sept. 26, lbo7 In consequence ot prejudicial and unfounded Reports relative to the sol- vency of this Bank, causing a large nuniutr Ul Ul'J'UBilwio tu niummn their funds...

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