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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 July 1858

n if . v.- tow ' LLUJ r i- i 4) a ttjvuumu -v "Server Free of Pestle in Lincoln County , TIStUSDAF. JULT St. 1858. BUSINESS f3QT.CE! TO ADVKBTISEBS l CSr Ensaicfij men will pleas beat in mind Hat th. FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER Larger Circulation ! .. BY - SEVERAL RUXDRED V . than any other newspaper published in Southern Tennessee. - This fact tho rablish er is aVandantlr able to prove. t"7" AavcTtisemenismiistbe handed into the OfHce by Tut&lag .lt'-7mi to insure an appear- j ance in the following Taper. . ; - - 7 C7"Aifertiseraentn are inserted in the or der i which thev are handed n. . " - ' C5A Request Easily Granted. '"Persons pnrchasins articles adrert:ed jn ot rcoiamns, will confer a favor by-nent.kirtirg that thsy aaw the advertisement in the Fateteviixb ObservehC0 ' .' : . . "Ncallj Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks justprinteil and for sale at our desk cheap. ' . . ' The Railroad- .' Wo have beea informed on what considered goou aumoruy, uMl!itMJfci; nas is 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. — 22 July 1858

C)e ' a'rnur ' 'Uf :aiib'inajV U LrNCHBURG. MULBERRY. t - ; PETERSBURG;: f7 rPR6jSsIOArU' '. Salt .?6 StociLMach has been Eaui . aoJ published recently,' ' on the sea 'cf:' salt for stock and for wan, usod for culinary purpose?. I consider it next to bread, by farthe most important accessary of life. - Why bas God furnished the wild Buf faloes of North America with instinct to guide them to the salt licks on u.e uouuuiess; praine.. hoodreda of &51C3. and the wild animals inHhe central partsof Santbern Africa to nhe Salt- springs; and ''oar domestic cattle to'come peacefully to the hand of the 'agriculturist that offers them a taste of this most delicious luxury? 'v;'From;iime;:out';of mind;. it '.has leen' well . known IhaKwithouLsalt -man would ';. hare wretchedly perish- ed: and amor? awful . Banishments. m n a m entailing death, that of feeding pris oners on food devoid of salt. - is said to have been practiced in' barbarous .times. ... Mnggots and corruption are 'fpolcen of ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 July 1858

t 1 Tt. .. WALLACE, SO. 13. VOL 1 ICT'Two InUr f orone yearif f aid at the time of subscrii.tior;T wo I)oll(ii i a VI n y c n I , vn th ot t m v u t ion, alter tlie expiration rf tbrce moutjig. - ICP-AH ISilI for AdrerllserjieBts, Job Work, or ' Subscription;; cosisidered 5r!e vlien confraeted.excfj,: ajairetthose with Vklioni we hare runhii:g accounts. - OC? StiWribers failing lo order discontin nance of tLe paper , at tlie expiralion of the time for which thoy may liave auicribed, are considered as wishing to rene; and" it vil 1 be continued to them accordingly. CjKo Pn;cr Mill La tent out of the rounty. nidess paid for in adrunce. . CCrAdvertifecmciiti inserted aiOitr Iol Istr r"" tnre of Trlre I lues r Less, for the first iusertion ; riily t'enls for eailv continuance. CV Persons advyins Vy the year, will be cLarsed rorl Jilais nra unoiecoi- irs for one-half, 'I'cii Dollars for oneqtiarter. 'XoJevi t ion from tliese terms under any circMnstanres. i'ihe privilege of year". j adve...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 July 1858

I. ;V v FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER! OFFICIAL rAFER OP THE COUNTY N. 0. WALLACE; Editor. ,OmcK-At the sime Old StnnX: Sign iht Vbtervet I rtniing Ojice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Tliiiray Morning July 29, 1858 Bttrfnelinifnt of , EipeDses--Dc - clinft of the RercDces. We wouhT like to linve it under s'ood, says fbe Washington Union! that there is a wide ' difference be Iween the decline of the public reve nues nnd the exfrnvapnnce of the Administration. This difference may ' be illustrated by stating two current facts in connexion with the revenues and the Appropriations and expendi tures of . the Government during the prteent ) ear: First. The receipts rf the Irens treasury have prefttly declined. Secondly. The expenditures of the government, have been less than heretofore. ' ' Those who charge the.. President with the issue of treasury no'es and bonds should credit him with the cur rent deficit of the revenue in order to get at the trno state of the ac counts. -Had the income of" the treasur...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 July 1858

. ....... . .. o t r. It V) I" Fayette vi 1 e Observer -- -' - - 4 - - -v Frceof Postage in Lincoln County TIItfUSDAT, JULY. 29, 1858. S! NOTICE ; TO ' ADVERTISERS ! fjr- BusiccisraeQ w ill please Lear in mir.d FAYETTE VI LIE OBSERVER HAS A Larger - Circulation ! BY7 SEVEH1L HUNDRED ! thn an j. 'Othr jnewsnaper published in Si? Wn Teimesf" This fact the Publish er is abundantly a'je to prove. fy. Advertisement smustbc handed into the Office by Ttt'liy 3Ioniny,to insure an appear ance iu the following ??r. . . . '. frA(lertisement! are Vserted in the dor in which the? are handVl n. " or- tA Request Easily rautetl.? '7-Pers6csrurchfin2art'.5es Advertised in O'lr columns, willconfer a favd by mentioning j tht they saw' the aivetisrjejit iu tne Tatbtteville ObsecvkbjQ)! y ' - i 1 ... Neatly PrintcO Blanks. Constulea'and J oatices' ilanka just printed ad for sale at ourdesk-KAnu). , . ShelbjjUIc Biifik-4 In order to quietihe fears' of onr friend ' Watkins, of the Shelby ville Expositor, ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 July 1858

- o v li I t i Ije 'farmer.- Value of Sheep to the Far in er. : Shsep are profitable to- farmers, not only from the product of wool ani mutton, but from' the . tendency nhich their keeping has to enrich and improve hi land for all agricultural purposes. They do this: 1. By the consumption of food re fused by i.ther animals, iu summer; turning waste vegetation to use and giving rough and bushy pastures a tmoother appearance, and in tima e ladicating wild plants so that good grasses and white clover hay take their place, lu this respect, sheep are of efpecial value to pastures on soil too steep or stony for the plow In winter, the coarser parts of the hay refused by horses and cows.-are .read ily ' eaten by sheep, while other 6toj;k will generally eat most of that tell by theso animals. For ihssi reasons, atnon? others, no grazing farm should bo without at least a 'small (lock of-sheep; for it has fit t : nub $iM. ' : J: Both Sides, J- v. In the old time, inv Philadelphia, the discipl...

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 August 1858

i..-- ar-v-r :,' WlSLISli CIS I'KOriSIHTOK. N. O. WALLACE, j Let all' the ends .thou' uim'st ut ' be thy Country', tliy God's, and Truth's. NO; ii-VOki ifA YETTBYIL LB, TENN: Til UR SD A T, A UG UST 5, 1 8 58. r) iB'- i0; m ---- 1 - - . .s j . i - ' ! " . ' . - . : : : ( .,.,,,... , ., , . , WHO t . ' - ; . r . , . i . . . tun 9 v if f 5 . I I IrTTTwo Dollars f of one yoarif paid at lhtin of subscription; J Collins I lit U SU UbCr Ipt 1 Oil LvUiiiii v. - v ww ? iigmo- nnaTittjr.f.utiirmovTVKyiATwistii0Q States thus sketches a part 'of Vaii KiVisVoTAdvcVtSS prograiniue of the Ukck llepub - tlTT- Woi-it, or Suiscri tion, cousui.'reii in . v hen coutrartetl, except npuiwHUoee with vVom we have Tutniiiis; arrur.iits. ftT S.iLsrribera failiue lo onier discortlTi- nanceoftl.8 paiK;r, at tbe expiration of tbej wilihe tontim-cit to ilium accorditgljr. try Ro ie- nr Lc sent out of tb AJerticir.)t ij'rtp.i ni u' ioi-1 , inr iu r sc.u.ircof 1 wvive Line : ?!?or SI I I'ernons aJvcrtisiiii y the...

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 August 1858

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER, i OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. s Office At (he tame Old Stand: Sign of the " Observer Printing Office.'" FAYETTEVILLE, TEKK: "4- Thnrsday Morning, August 5, 1858 Bank tif Tennessee. Tho following letter from the Presidcntjfof tho Bank of Tennessee appeared in the Union and Ameri can, but escnped our attention. It was written as"an accompaniment to the statement of the Bankjnade to the Comptroller, and is intended as an explanatory of that statement. It will be read with interest: Bank or Tennessee, July 19,1858. To the Comptroller of the Treasury: 1 Sin: In compliance with the pro visions of the net of the General As sembly of the 18th of January last, I have the honor to enclose a state ment showing the condition of the Bank of Tennessee on the 1st of July, 1838. Tho numerous attacks recently made upon this institution, well cal culated, if not designed, to bring it into discredit among tho people to wbom it belongs, make it necessary t...

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 August 1858

a in MKjasmi "iiif""i ui FaycUeville Observer iStboIa"aEd Scho1 . ' e are inaeoieu io: our oni-gicg The Memphis Bulletin relates the following incident, which it says will Tree of PasfavA In r.in!n rv.nnfv County Trustee. A. S. Randoluh. Esa. icive some idea of "the times" in . r.- .1 . r ii i t .t - - iwaowing laDie, snowing tne .LCUSY g 1 858, ' Ucholaslio population of each district TKUBSDAF, OSi MPS' r01"f PP f L,1?colQ connfy. m lboi, and tne BviU ! lUfi amount of school cionev for distribu tion in 185S: ' TO ADVEKTXSEKS ! , i TISXETCX CO" Business men will release bear in inind vrt i ' do that city, outside the charmed ciicle of bank "customers:" -:. , ; ; that the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER n AS A Larger Circulation ! KY SEVERAL HUNDRED! than any other newspaper published in Southern Tennessee. This fact the Publish er is abundantly able to prove. 'TT AdvcTiiscmertFTmistbe handed intothe Oflicft by TutS'lay rirmv$, to insure an appear ance in th following Paper. - - CT' V'Uertisem...

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 August 1858

-&VSJ&M ' annrr.'" Ku?t in Oats-mat is il! Undor this head the Southern Homestead makes the followicg re marks. The subject is one of great interest to furtners, and the investi gation should le prosecuted until the cause cf their new enemy is as certaiued if possible: ' Throughout the whole " South western portion of the Uuion the oat crop has suffered from a terrible blight, which from its resemblance to the furigous substance that some times attacks wheat by that name, has b en called rust. So f ir as we aro informed, rust in oats has hitherto been uuknowu. We have . nevei heard or read of anything of the kind in any stction of tho country. The fuct that it is thus auusual, opens a wide and interesting field to the eutoniologist, as it invites inves tigation in a channel, so far as we can ascertain, heretofore unexplored While iu West Tennessee, a short time since, we took occasion to ex amine the blade of the oat under microscope, (kindly furnished us b the Tailey Tronp....

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 August 1858

; - i " f : - s i j ? - - ii- K - ,' ? ' .". J.,.mi ',"' v. - - .; - .-i- -rt.-s'rf ..OsyW ...-lieu i .fail ijej' 1 M I? in Sb! Ms i 1 ! s isox ''ibss! 7 i' ' V Ja s!s falsi S c!l CS !tl "is I a l Q . ' ' ' ' ' ' . . . ' . ... . '. - ' ; , ; ' . , ' . . . . I . . : . : k. o. Wallace; NO. 15 VOL. t 0"Tvo Dollars for one year if paid at thetimo of subscription; Tvo Dullms :ieiI Fifty Ccn ts, without PKViATioy, iCFAii Riii for Advertisements, Job - after the expiration of three months ulHn contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts.. fjT Subscribers failing to order a discontin uance of the paper ,at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, arc considered as wishing to renew; and it wil 1 bo continued to them accordingly. ICFJVo lsior will be sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. OCT Advartisementt inserted alOnr Dol lar per Square of Twelve Lines or Less, for the first insertion; Fifty Cents for each continuance. i 3 Persons ...

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 August 1858

13 - i J-- Mt Okm-x FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. OFFICIAL PAPER OFUNCQLN COUNTY N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Orncz--At tf same OH Stand: Sign of the " Observer Printing Ofiee." FAYETTEV1LLE, TENK: -M- Tharsday Morning, August 12, 1858 gi i : aa CITIZENS BANK. Last week we published an abstract 'or. ibe' report of the committee ap pointed by tLe citizensof Memphis to examine the condition of this Bank, and the comments of Memphis i papers tbereoo. It would-be diffi cult to find au instance of more reckless disregard of the restraints of a charter, theregitimit rules of banking, and the rights and interests of noteholders. The report shows that the B&ak was begun without a capital stock, end was conducted for the most part, without any actual capital. Instead of making an ac tual deposit of gold and silver the basis on which to issue their notes,tbey deposit their individual notes; thus making one promisa to pay the ba sis of another promise to pay both promises apparently 'madorto be broken....

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 August 1858

Fayette villc Observer Free of Postage ia Lincoln County . I I "OT"lAVWr Kill USD A V. AUGUST 12, 1858. mm f TO ADVlIStrsSEKS! 03" Biaiaess men will please bear in mind tLat the , . FAYETTE VI LLE OBSERVER HAS A. Larger Circulation ! BY SEVERAL 'HUNDRED! han any other newspaper published in Southern Tennessee. This fact the Publish er is abundantly able to prove. rfJ" A'ivtrtisemer.tsmustbehanded intothe Ofiice by Tuet lay Morning, to insure an appear-' uce in the following Prper. - --- 9C7Adertia;?m?nti are inserted in the or-' -Jer im which they are handed ;n. Request EasHjCraDtedrsr 'Persons purchasing articles advertised in o'i rcolumns, will confer a favor by mentioning that they saw the advertisement ia the TaVETTEVILLE 0B6EBVF.n() Neatly Primed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks just iiited and for sale at our desk cheap. Administrators Sale Jas. B. Hudson, Esq;, in another column, advertises to sell to the highest bidder the valuable tract of Land belonging to the esta...

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 August 1858

...,itt--aiflr .(Kartell. Save Yonr Vegetables for Winter Use. We have tried various 'methods for saving vegetables, Salt will pre serve them, but not without extract ing all thir juices, so that if tbey tire snaked sufficiently, to freshen them, they resemble the. original about as much as the shrivelled pickle resembles a fresh cucumber. Okra ui.iy.be preserved by cutting the tender pods into thin slices, just as it should'go into soup, and dry it in the sun until it is perfectly brittle, then packed away in clean paper bags until wanted for use. In a soup it cannot be distinguished from fresh green okra. Egg plants may be preserved the same way; peel the tgg plant and cut it into very thin slices, dry in the sun until it is per fectly hard, then pack away inpaper baga. When wanted for use, soak them in cold'water untilthey have swelled to their original proportions, when they may either be turned ino oysters or cooked as egg plants. Tomatoes may be preserved with 11 their peculia...

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 August 1858

eaBMfrri h-ihhtmm-j m 1 11 m mi i I' - It. O. WALX.ACE, ""Let nil the ends thou aim'st'ut b thy Conntry's, tUy God's, and Truth's." PUSUSnillJ 4 rKOPKXETOtt. "HlMrtlBHMffiHBBW1MMMWMWMMMMMMMfTWBMrtBjlMlMHBBMBWrtMIMMBlMiniTMiMffcTTITTrTl ftrpnil lll.imwmiM i. i i i n i i i n ill 11 m n I . m m ill ill lani " iiiii wiiwi ! n imm I 1 MUM ifc i II Mil iiiim.wim 11Y1 iibiiiiii ill l "llWilH i mi-jiniwniriiHirlf nfftT r V . - - . . . , ' . , : ' -i " ; ; ; r . j ' - ' r.i 1 NO. IGL VOL I ICTTwo Dollars forone year if paid at the time of subscription;Two Dollars :uit I iity Cents, without deviation, after the expiration of three months ICFAII Bills for Advertisements, Job- Worlt, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with whom we have rnnninj accounts. . OCT SiiVscrihers falling 1 order a discontin- unnceof the puper,at the expiration of the trme for-whirlr thev may have sbscribed, nrc considered as wishing to renew; and it wil Tte wiitinaod to them according...

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 August 1858

t I. FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER: OFFICIAL PAPER OF LINCOLN COUNTY N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Office At the same Old Stawi; " Observer Printing Ojice." SignoJ lite FAYETTEVILLE, TENS: Thursday Morning, Asgust 10, 185S a The Atlantic Cable. Oar telcgrapuicoews. announces the successful hying of the Atlantic; Tub-graph Cable. It is such un .. " .. r , ,. ' ., , niy recons from belief m its comp'.e- iioa W3 -want uct- oa uct, demon- mne 0r ten p r cent. ir annum; or stration on demonstration, until the.eh'e restrict the bank dividends to le-jud-ment is 'compelled and astound- Sl interest, nd li r i 1 any'accumc ed into an adnrssion of the success '.oCM? J suLTlv Y', Tbf wU1 . Wo have no doubt that the great effjrt has been accomplished; and that, Mu a short tinn, we will be in direct and daily telegraphic communication with Europe. It miy be gratifying to our read ers to "know the number of impor tant and comparatively Email cables already subrh-rgjd, and the time they ver.i laid. Wo are indebte...

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 August 1858

i Fayetteyille Observer Free of Postage In Lincoln Co imij TIIUKSDAT. AVGUST 19, 1838. 00! NESS :-v NOTICE! TO ADVERTISERS! OCT Business men will please bear in mind that the" FArETTEVILLE OBSERVER , HAS .A. . Larger Circulation ! BY MORE THAN TWO TO ONE ! than any other newspaper published in Southern Tennessee. This fact the Publish er is abundant! able to prove. ; . ftT AavcttisemertFrnust bo handed into th. . Office by Yuo-hlai Morning ,Xo insure an appear ance in the following Paper. Shelbyvllle Bank of Tennessee The Shelby ville Expositor says "this Bank is now raying specie on Their work Finished.' The ; Legislative Investigating Comniitteo concluded the labors as- Eank of Memphis. ; that arrangements the bill- holders of this bank are to be se we perceive liavejbeen made by which its notes, for 'ordinary purposes.5' Io si-ned it Friday, nnrf ihpfr rPnr.rr will . . Q - ---- - - j j . ...... v .u x w V4 i 1 U A 111 U bS W WO" Lincoln county, its notes are uttertyjbe handed ove...

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 August 1858

farm anb. (SarkiL-, Peach Jellt. Tiiis may ba made in the usual way: V- ' When very ripe, mash and 6traia through a jelly bag or seive.-. Allow n pouad of loaf sugar to Bpiot of juice, half oucce of bitter almond blancbed, or half of the kernels of the stone. If it doe? not form read ily, add isinglass. Peach Wike. Take nearly ripe fruit, stono it and bruise it to a pulp, pat eight pounds of the pulp to ona quart of water and let it stand twenty four hours, then strain out the juice, and to eye ry gallon add two pounds of sugar Turn into a cask, and when fermented and bo come perfectly clear, cork tightly in bottleB. - Peaches in Brandy. Wipe, weigh and carefully seloct the firmest fruit; hate ready a quarter of their weight in powdered loaf sugar, put the fruit in a Yessel that elusos tightly; throw the sugar oyer and ooier with bran dy. Place a piece of doublo fools cap under the cover, and place the jar in a saucepan of water nntil the water is quite hot, but not boiling; when co...

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 August 1858

Wr - . .,.,......,.......,. .. - TTyrr-rp !l- i St i f . i : - ? 1 K. O. WALLACE, "lei all the end! ihou alm'il at b my wumrj s, i7 . uu t ; ' ' ' ' : v , : - - . : -'. -'r .- '-' ; - ., . ' . - ' " ...... . " ' mj " 1 1 - ' -- 11 f . . , .it. ' : . ... , ; - f ' I . - - . ...'- ' r.- . NO. 17.V0L. , I ICTTwo Dollars forone yettif paid at the time of nbscription;'! wo Dollars n nd Flit f Cents , withodt deviation, alter the expiration or three months. tC7AU Bills for Adrertisewenti, Job Work or Subscription, considered due ivhen contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. OCT Subscribers failing to order a discontia-J anceof the paper, at the expiration orthe time for which they may have subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it wil 1 be continned to them accordingly. C7No Paper will be sent out of the conntv nnlessraid form advance. OCT Advertisement t inserted at Oue Dol lar per Square of Twelve lilies 4r Less, for the first insertion; Fllty C...

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 August 1858

- FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. J OFFICIAL PAPEB Of LINCOLN COUNTY 5 ber, 1857, according to Mr. Mosby's deposition (and Spence's admission,) mat tie took from the Exchange Bank box 42 Bonds and handed them to Mr Spence, without any. . return of citcujation, taking Spenco s due bill for the same: Mr. LuttreM in his dep osition says that Mr. Spence after wards i lifted the due bill by a return iji-circulation. to that amount This proceeding on the part of Messrs, Mosoy and ibpence was not only cen N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Tiic Elcclion of Supreme Jadge. The day for ao election, to ;fill the vacancy on the 'Supreme bench Burglars Abont. Huntsville appears to bo infested by a gang of daring burglars. Last occasioned by the death of Judge ,ve& several houses were entered and Harrises to fal.-0 r?oM i,B u oa ,.. robbed of various articles the ; heav- j - uuv iiiavt wu VUQ 4U Ud ot beDtember. find to nna 'sdcn of hand. ' The Hcn.j Archibald Wiight, of Memphis,' is the only candidate in the fie...

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