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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 March 1858

it 4 ' T.HVj i recf Postage in Uceola Coactj ftsi:as, v tall s Ibe FayetieVilte mere are, cays n exchange, shrewd people in this world. Take, for instance, '; business men':- who 'cant afford" tpradTertrse' dneg the bard times, -These are the times when our reelly shrewd; men make money. , ihey launch, and secure custom, h ere others; who-"canY af ford to throw awny money' as; tbey wyf groan throogn it aU,-Bnd lay the lack or custom to;the hard' times.--People are sensible -they know that the man who advertises. liberally , U a good fellow to deal with, and they know that merchauts who "ban'tr!af ford" to advertise "can't afford"' to give good bargains. .-Jtfach custom makescbeap prices; advertising makes much, custom. Tbe"'poonlew "know this. '" " ' I err Thi POST-OFFICE LIST OF erri7 is published in the . ; FAYETIE YILLE OBSERVER, by anthority of an Act of Conirress, which firari ias that iuhall appear in the Newspaper Largest Circulation! Harrh -102 RREETTr MffCOLK COUKTT- C TV a...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 March 1858

in f- il ' iHi-niiT 1 in- -mi 'i f t"mni i n- - )t farmer.: Shelter for Stcck. uninwls ia wioter, feeding them from the stack 3 art 'in the open air. Ttits . practice is not only barbarous, but is very expensive. It takes a third more of hny to carry a cow ibrongb the winter by this method, aud with the best of hay she will not come out hi good condition. Warm stables i are a substitute for fadder, and an animal sheltered in them is much more ensilykept m high flash. Then, by 6tabliog ani- m ila we can save all the manure, which is quite too large an item for farmers in this age to throw away. Many who have larg8 firms and do not wish to build a bara large enough to hold all the hay and grain, build several small barns in different mead ows. These save the cartage ,'both of bay and of manures. In no case should hay be foddered out to cattle without . some' kind of shelter. A hovel openiog to the south can be made very cheaply, and with light walls and thatched roof, it will keep cat...

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 March 1858

c i I 1:1 ; p w ; Is 1 " j m P f I j i; If I Hj" flt f ' : fr IP : ri . Cy-i -- I 1 1 " ' -;- ; - -.1 -,. ..A , . ij; ... -- .m. . - . , .... . '-:,.;' - - ' ' - - , . - rrnLisnci: ruorixiEToi:. r 1 1 Ik I- t: it r ft-. !rr if it II. i I: ' t -'-If O. uAIiLACCi ' - .' . . ' " ' ' ' -, . .' , ... " ? ji . -ni J. -H - f-.i ' - ' ; ? : : . , . . r" i-h iCnV ' . I : : FAYETTEVILIB, VTENNi- C71'0 Dll5irforone year if rai thetLno of iubscription;'l w Dllai-s 1I 1' Fifty CClt, WITHOUT DKV1ATIOK, aftdtho expiration of tbre moutLs. trTVll IJill for Advertisements, Job Work." or S ascription , considered due when contracted, except nsainst those with rhom we hvs runnin ing accountg. . 1 o order a dieccr.tin- 0T3;ibs:ribers f ailirg uinceortberr.,ie":,iraw;,,l.V , fun j for wbicU tUcy may Lave subfccribed, - . 'wi will ha uoatinned to them accordingly.. ICT' Ia;er will ! son ut f the cvvity itwlesspaid for in advance. CTA Ivertiseraentt inserted at One Dol- i..rtl;r-,iii:ireofTttc!v Lines r JL...

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 March 1858

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER; - . 1 . 1 1 - - - Free of Postage in Lincoln Cetinty N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrncE Attht tame Old Stand: Sign of Vie " Observer Printing OJice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Blorning, March II, 1858. "The Baak of Tecnessee.' Gov. Harris, in answer to a call for information, transmitted to the House of Representatives, the fol lowing message showing the capital of the Bink "of Tennessee, . whence derived, the profits realized upon it, since the bank has been in operation, etc " . - : ExrcmvE Department, ) Nashville, March 2, 1 858. J Gentlemen of the House of Etyirstvtatives: ' Having no record in my office containing the information sought by House ref-olution, No. , I transmit ted a copy of the same to the Presi dent of the Bank of Tennessee, with a request that he would report to me f qch information as the books of the bank would furnish; in answer to which I have received from him acommu nication with tabular - statements, marked A. B C. D. E. and F-, which...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 March 1858

3iJUCi'Ui lei m wr ,1 ri. 1 1 1 i i i . I ? 1 i1 ayetievillc Observer ?rc e; of Pt$$ id Lincoln oubj Thursday, march Hi isss. til HESS flOTf GE !; TO ADVEUTISEBSI ; C5T TI: POST-OFFICE LIST. OF) BETTERS: published in the . . , FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVED, uy authority of an Act of Congress, which hrovtdes that itshall appear i,n ihe Newtj!r Having tut Largest Circulation! r r , . f r-r Lt-t t-. r. . r- ,( I L I It , CT" Atrtrt!scxneKt8mTi8tbelian(!ediT.toth9 ufiice hy rejrfajr Muming, to insure ar. pjRr itnco in the foilowins Paper. 0C7"Ailrertlsement8 re inserted in the or der ia which they are handed ;n. EST A Request Easilj Granted. " r"Per3oh3purchft$in2 articles advertiued in o-i rcoIumns will confer a favor "by mentioning th.it they saw the advertisement in the 'ATETTI!Tn.tK OB6EBVEBCO ' Neatlj Printed Blanks.' Constables' and J nstices blanks just printed and for sale at our desk cheap. , SilOW . Last Monday" was another wintry 1 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 Lynchburg. OaTlV - Tucktr's Creek', U...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 March 1858

-..an " Galls on Horses. Anouncaof prevontiveia worth a fnuuJ of core. It 13 bad economy to ujs poor liArness. The collar, especially, should always be in good,lurot "e out oriue gams ana go ftMiAhWMfr ulionM Iia i frVn liontl v f t - 1 m 1 w ' .bvit remember alvUys that "Jolustry WAsbco una " .oiled; an occasional h-'i 1 w v . 1 i 1 pounamg wm Keep n sou ana in fcoovVsliapo. Whenever it becomes thiaor bruke'o, pads sWuld be" worn vndrneah it.v y"- - ' "' G.illi ara occasioned often, by put ting horses to hard work all at once after 'a period .of rest, as 4 in the epriog,' after (be rest of winter.: As a means of preparing the horse for such work it is well to bathe his breast and back with a solution of alum and whisky' for 'several' days before tho labor begins. . It is well to use thi3 preparation also at. any other ;'ou are sorter weak, keep on a bold tirjmvberj tho skin seems -tenJor. K"?11" P-tfoas. Be satis l " 1 " i t l I'Ged.fith a pjut. Many s the hand We hive known smul 6...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 March 1858

4 Til J ;- -t- - ---- . r ; : 111 ' ; ;- J- . . . i ' .! I :i iij ur J. H mmmmmi . .... .... ,. . - '....,- -.' -- - :- --. t:0 , . , ' - 1 at: J-V, r r NO 46 VOL. : 7, . : IC7-TWO Dtlir forone yearjf paid at iiaiFirtrCcatiiTnouTDETiATioi.. after t'ae expirativn. of Arecnu.nths. Tril ISili for Advertisements Job- .imtretea, except R.?a'. Hhtm. irs hve rnui.iu4 ... ; oar. J-ib,ribr . , I ' jjiir j oh-JT;Mt,0rfor tis will be continue,! to them c0- . JOVV, tTcr will- b .Cent out of th ronnt.oleTail for m 'o,. WLMS foe the first in?crUo, l ifij ! for each coiitvi :vi.c. tionTromtiiese ffr tcr- . .. iifir.,.!f ;i verusers -js Mfr that of its invlnnlinnrnV . . ... -,r. -lrerf.se-.ft jut of an a-u.ve nUre, tna Advertisement,. aot m v,U. w not it invriei my r. . . (,Jf.nf.a to IhiDuke of York and Alban v. kJ-i 'It I 1J!'. Of " -.,.1 ,ii n, rea.-Wnnble .terras as nnv oficc in 1 cimcwee. CTNo l'arcr-wiU.be Uctie until all arrearages are paid np-exit W;f,o,i the rhU$her. ' " TVr.rpfCS Iaie!)tf...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 March 1858

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. I r. . T. r ." rrcc i rosiagcio Lincoln i one tj N. 0, WALLACE, Editor. UncKJ iTu tam Old Slant: Sivnoftht "Olutver Printing Office." FAYETTE VILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning Blarch 18, 185S. What wiff the Sonllr Gain! It is contended by southern poliu ciansf who wish to palilate their sup port of the Black Republican side of the Kansas issue, that the South will gain nothing by . the admission of Kanas with the Lecompton Constitu tion. The LouisTille C'ouri.T disposes of this excuse as follows: .On the contrary, we do know that the South has something to gain by the admission of Kansas as she now presents herself fo: admission into the Uuion. The Soutfi will gain a dominion- for slavery more exte&sive than thrae such States as Kentucky. She will gnin the triumph of pnnci .. pie- over faction. She will gain a sig nal victory over fanaticism and injus tice. She will gain the consciousness Of sceir.sber own principles conquer those who are forovtr intermeddling...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 March 1858

V "rX- i 1 ' vT X Fayette ville Observer f tt of Postajclo Liacoln Cotsnlj TIIUKSDAF. MARCH 18. 1858. V ji. i.i ... - - - - - l. BUSINESS NOTICE ! TO ADVERTISERS 1 t AT The FOST-OFFICS LIST OF LETTERS i published in the FAYETTEYILLE OBSERVER, by authority of mi Act of Congress, which Yirovi ies that it still appear in the Newspaper Hiring the Largest Circulation! . ftCT AWcrtUementfmnst be handed into the X) fli ce by TnS'lay Horninq, to insure an appear ance In tlie following Paper. !K7'Af vertisements are inserted in the or der it w'lich they are handed n : EST" A Request Easily Granted, 'zrPersons purchasing articles advertised in (nr columns, will confer a favor by mentioning .1111, iiiuy uw kua .uivri iinciucilk lil wo ) atetteVille OBSfievKncn Ncallj Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed aid forsale at our desk dttap. CoaslaVcs Tha following, obtained from our obligms County Court Clerk, Norris' 2i Lea'kcncood, Eq., U a correct list of ,25 the Constable...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 March 1858

hi larnifL . Sheep-Killing Do'sV A correspondent of the mond Whig gives the following: ; Let me publish to the sheep rai sing world aremeilj tga.in.st the de Btructioo of sheep by dog, which wis given me, a short ti ma since, by ti highly respectable aid valuable friend, himself an ox tensive wool grower..: U consists simply in pia cing on one.sheep in every ten of een;emp!oe- As orthe other lie .1.- a i.m .r C f, Jiaquite u a diOerent lme. lie' imy . n uC u101 ,v be, or if he is , not, he would rmk-, eheep. The reasoning of my friend nu admirable. HnanciV 'IheKing is in this wise; The instinct ' of the was satisfied that theft was sbnie doz rrbmnts him to do all his nctattruthiri' th scieire?.' ."For.' as'.' he in a sly, stealthy manner; his attacks upon cheep nre most frequently muds at night, nhile they are at rest, and the sudden and .simultaneous jingr ling of all tho bells strikes terror to the dogs; they turn tails and leave ' the sheep, fearing the noise of the bells will le...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 March 1858

'? i .i. i-'Jt- ' " . vif V II " '''rwi; ' I" -I J--,'-J ' I - ' - ; -- - ' iff J I ' ' ill''"' ; - : . . -r ttt- ftjTw E llars forono ffearif paid 4t tha tiiaa of a1)scnptioti;: wo xvihub . f4. k. .-T.irtioii yf thro montna. . ; t?3Hl RJUS for AtlT,fcrtlscments, Job- ' -Vhan contrasted, excepfaBt those iwitb .i I, -.. mrnltlT ttCCOttBtS. 1 i .uance kthe papert the exp.rat.orihe .... .'-vs-frto renert;-nd it ; are coiiiiaereu. a w...--0 - - J . .nt W-ecnt out of tnt j . t niTtedatw - ' or ST , for tke first.tiiserUon; Cuts for each cfiritinunTice. , - -nnn. iweiuj . - ' .x .1 fnr one-ou.rter . . .r llAllIirS 1UL devtd lrtc .,.7 Imvm: anO,Ui pn.uiw , V'' . - . . 1 ! L. . . rf-.F fXl A1. V&kiiU firm is i.t centered asincuumg ' thnl of its iadiTidaal member:,- . ' : Tt,U paid in v7w.ru.. n case.- r. .dumber o insertions wlii .handed 10, ; CAdvertiseniects of an aboaiv. nature, W le terms as auy . :- 1 ' - -;n l, iHnontinued. until terms as auy omce m - - , v r ! u iFri , - all .rte...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 March 1858

If 1 . I mmmmmmn.'. T ! I t I ---1-.-- - - --: Free of Postage in jLIacoluCcailj N. 0. WALLACE. Editor.' OrncK A t On mm Old Statu!: Sign of Of Obwrvtx Printing jOfut,'? r y j ?. , -r , FAYETTEV1LLE, TENNt; Thursday Morningf FJarcH 25, 1858 The Topeka JloTemearAbjndoaV d, ' Thtj Topoka humbug seems at last to bare exploded. f As it never bad any legal validity, it has been' kept atloat merely because it served as the rlly1og point of, a political par ty. But it i$ now 'openly abandon ed by those who. have hitherto pro - fessed to regard it as. the ody legiti . mate government io Knnsa& , We 'find in the. Missouri ' Democrat on address issued by, a joint committee of the two branches' of the, Top'ekj Legislature, in which they say; . . 'High -executive officer under ' the State constitution have ; publicly declared that tbef- constifutioh is Dis'cournged, the people of Kansas arrive, by 'the fccccptance1 of the Lecompton con- etitution by, CoDgress, 'we ehall be : nt our. posts, ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 March 1858

,f;i:.i'',''-V';V;; . .',7 7 : . ' ; . ,.: 7 :'-,7;:-V-' ; .' .. ; -7 . ; .7 ' . . " . . . v- v.:.: V II A ? t;: 8. U i t 1 IVcs ' o f Pfestaxa 1 a llii col n Ccuatj r3"-vp---r, ana igo. eloquent oiioy.i-rJoi..itf??uJy.M 7r". .771 C'wi'Vn?s: r .., (isi'-viv- 'aaoptpiL ,i House. .Ull,. to authorixe .:;.f';;Tb';vi passed 'on.tiM'tfrip! T&FOST-OtTlCB -LIST :'bF , tEITSUS U pbtj.-JLa in .tit T; rt FAYETIEVILLE flBSERVER, hrinr -th' ; . ' , ' s . 03"A.l(rrtiscfoCHts are hiarf ed 1u thft ' 0f . 4r i wltcli thej are lianjed ;n. , - JCSy.i Reacst Easilj Cranted.-j ( 'I'ersona purchdslog article ad vrt:ed in 14ivt taar aw tua ax yertuejaent iu.. tho " v- ' ; ;e 1 - . - . l-JUitrifC8l UirCUlQllOn ; A given aubject without first knowing-: ine-renuentwry;as.wncurreq ia: - r ' ' ::Zl:::r, -; " a Utile of the nStev:-oi afteriards A moxt'm to vleay the ;ljm, pffiee Lr r3fayfiT"ni7.tainsureanappflaT-. . . lh bill from t oeiiate td..eX; m ?a th foUoir.g paiw. ; jtbcse .re done, tha , evus tf the...

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 March 1858

; - VWorlhKubwin ; t tried a carious exDerimsn. with n few potatoes : this Beasoru Twelve months since I saw a letter from, a fomar e1Atrrr rift " rrlt RllfififiSS . . - . " i D - -7- . A - lUilV uau uucuucu nil cAjjciiuixm u writer had mnde id previous seascms: It consists inJnserticg a. pea in each potatoe et, and pt&Dtiflg 5the' pota- loe set in the usual . way. ". Ipe .re- aolf V. n. erf a tixA 7 wafl i lorrra-vmaLI of peas und a ,speodiL crop -.-of poUtoe v.. but" the , most "important result was - the entire freedom - of the potatoes'; -so treated from any disease" while all planted In the usual way in Jhe same field were exten sively, deteriorated. I was, led by this statement" to try the experi ment on a Email cale : garden this 'season. , 1 in my-own planted not (jaite half a peck, only 'fifty. set3 in six ranks,cntting a piece put of each and putting, a pea; firmly in. . The peas - grew , up ' and flourished well. .and last week I dug the potatoes. They were ; perfectl...

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 April 1858

-."'.-.- "... -s ' -.,--. .'--, , V - ' '-.'. . . . " X-'s Wis" Y it. i . ? ft -.1 ;. .;i W. O. WALLACE, 4 -f Let all lhe ewtj , Mnjuni,'!! 0o .ilijr Contitrj's, .ly qodi;s, nu4 ..Trfl ( rccLisncii a I'lionticTOK. is...... ,?,- . 1 ?., - V NO. 7. . i "J; 1 , VvV " " 5 . v.i ,;.) i .savins zht. I .ri! -j a i vim a .v,..,, ,w, .,; .'jr; ' ' m IS W: m -- I' i s fesf : 'US t'ffi-1 ' ;ki PI' I ' ill' ' 1 " ' i 'N 'n'-'fl. .. ,.. M l II 'j . . . . I H - ' M I, I II I III II I III II I II I II - 1,1 ; n v iv 'H.' i ;;.v, r- . - . - . jj . . . .. .'7 " r I . I CJ'Two Dfclnr for en renrlf pa!cl at tnetiniB of aiwcription;Tw lioilaii Flftjr eul.wrTHOl;TKUTlOM, .- alter the expiration of three m'onths. it 3411 IlilU for. AArertieementa, JoW ' Work, or 'Subscription, tpnsidereil . due - when contracted, except salnttloao ith : wUrtin we have runnir.j; accounta.' , tiaUcrlbera failing 1 o order dUcontln- uanceofthe paper, at the expiration oi tne time for which thef may nave luuicniiw, am nnn.!,...

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 April 1858

f I wniiij, v 1 - -- -i-;rrmimL 1 WsL N, orwlUiKG, Editor. 1 Qbotntr Printing Oftct," mETTVlLLK, TENNi Thnrsday Morning, April 1, 1S58, Btalc Debt and Inlcmal. Improve- vi cuts. Just before i tho adjournment of tho Legislature, Mr. Newman, Jrom the Committoaon Internal Impvov mcnt Emitted tho following report, which will bo. iiitjrosling to tho pub lic: ' .-. . . v ' Mu. SpeAkkr:- I bf g ' leave to submit the following report from tho Committee on lutomal improve, ments, showing the amount of , State aid saved by tbe presont Legislature by cutting off aid from ltulroud Com, panics that have not commenced work, aud by tho consolidation of various companies that have commenced work: Hy consolidating tho Memphis find Ohio with tho Memphis, Chuksvillo aud Loulsvillo Railroad Company, 130 miles of StaU aid is cut elf at filO.000 rcr mile $1,300,000.' IJy consolidating tho hitter com pauy with tho Noskvillo and North western Hailroad Company; distance cut off 45 miles, at 10,000 per mile,...

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 April 1858

'-. L v, ! i ! it- i t I k f stain FuycUevillc Observer of Posbrrc in Lincoln. Counlj Til UKSDA V. Al'KIL 1. 138. IMICE! TO ADVFItTISKBS! ; fttr The FOST-OFFICE zsr or - iffriTrtS is published in the , , - FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of Congress, which - UavUef thit H shall appear In the Newspaper having the , , . - Largest Circulation! A avcrt;imcntfmusthe handed into the DfSeeby TJy ifrni'y, to Insure Jinrpeaf-,.-linceia'tue following Ter. ',. . , ' , . AlHismnts r inserted in tlie or- 4r i wt thsj bauJd !n. . A Revest Easily Granted, jssr 'i-Foni pur'ch3in2 article aJ vortied in , v r oIutoua, will confer a favor by wentinnng 1ia ailvortisenient in tue Neath Printed Clanks. Constable' and Justices' L!ar.Vi Just printed ai.l for sale at ouruesk tiwj. . m., 1 . Irregular, ACcctlons Nothing hardly bat elopements in .'th'i newspapers ! ; Jn ono ws rewl of a Mr. So-and-so, who has abducted: a Miss So-and-so, or absconded with'a Mrs. Ditto, i In; another we read on ly...

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 April 1858

: i -v - - 1 . . i Crcosetca Care fur Dyscntcrj. The Nashville (Todd.) Journal c'f Medicine and Surgery contains hu article on the above subject by J W. Brown, M. D, the substance of which, will interest many of our renders.. Ho states that dvsen- - - - m tery is the rrincipH. diseuse with which the DliV6icwn has to contend IU iuiucuu l ... TnB0 ArlranMn on? N.,rt 1 J I AVUUVwavV MefM alVs) - a.. W ' Louisiana, and in some - localities the mortality. " 13 -. frighful. - Drsl McMath and Wilder, of Louisville, Ark , informed, tim that they had ; treated three hundred cases of; the eggravated form with; success by use of creosote, and in every case iu which was given (if not delayed ,too long) a marked improvement in-, variably took place. . .-. ,' . The following is the formula: used by these gentlemen: Crebsotum, 10 drops; acetic acid, 20 drops; sul- pnate ci morpnine, z grams tut mixed in "an ounce : of distilled wa ter. A teaspoonful of tLis is given -every three or four houre !o a...

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 April 1858

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Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 April 1858

I fAYEhEjILLE observer Free o f FeStajt In Lincoln Counlj N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrrtcnAt the tame Old Stand: Sign of tht ' Observer Printing Office." FAYETTEV1LLE, TENN: Tfinrsday Morning, April 8, 1858. Admission - of Kansas So far as the Senate is concerned the long ngony is over, and Kansas is to be admitted under the Lecomp ton Constitution.' Whether or not the South 13 to be. eventually bene fitted, U a question the future must determine. She has, at all events, gained a triumph in the recognition of the principle of non-intervention by the U.S. Senate, and if that prin ciple triumph in the House, even though Kansas may not be perma nently a slive State,, the precedent miy be of service to the South with reference to States hereafter to be admitted.' Conflicting accounts re given as to the probable f.tte of the bill in the House.: It' is : thought, that its pasiage miy be defeated by the trcsson ' to the South of the so- called South Americans, Humphrey Marshall, ot , Ky7 ' Wi...

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