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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 December 1858

. -e . . t V NT. i ( r t i. Fayeilevillc Observer Free of Pestagc in Lincoln County f i - iirrtSDAy. deciphers, is 59 NOTICE! TO ADVERTISERS! 07" Business Wen will please bear in mind FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER 3s one of the best Adteetisiso Mediums in he Slate , it Laving a ... Lartrdr Circulation ! BY MORE THAN TWO TO ONE ! lhan ' any other., newspaper published 1 in Southern Tennessee. This fact the Publish er is abundantly able to prove. gupst: fikUmt-1859. fcTATS SE3IATF LISCOLS ASD FBAKKLIX. - t,C7We are authorized to announce Tax., YIVcwni:in.Esq., of Franklin, a candi date to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the text Tennes see Legislature. , J - 1 2t J W a n rM antlnrifrtil ft irnniiTiPi Tr J. S. A2crnathy,of Franklin, a candidate , ratO 01, OlielOT Jortyiil IDS ireasury to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties in) r -r- ' hnf,-. it. on.i the Senatorial branch of the next Tennessee jf V irginia 00. Or before the. 30lh Legislature. .. . day of...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 December 1858

farm aift fiarteir. Charcoal for Hogs and Other Ani mals. On of tbe most simple and ex cellent medlcrnt-8 for any derange ment of -Iber stomach of human beings, is finely pulverized, fresh burnt charcoal. For this purpose it should be closely corked up iot 'bottle as soon as it has been btnnt 1 m ana eroumi: a teaspoonl ui taken in a wine glass of wafer once a day will frequently ba . found beneficial and worth more tlnn all the quack nostrum? with which the cou-ntry is flooded ' But our ohjoct was to speak of the Value of charcoal ta domestic animals.' narticularlv to fattening 4 f hogs. A half pint of it finely pul verized and raised with corn mea and water to- each animal once or twice a week, will be found extreme iy beneficial mending digestion and preventing any derangement of the stomach, arising from over feeding, w as is liable to be the case with lha Wprishammu. Besides serving as . no 3 medicine it is also extremely fat teninz. either ia itself or rendering the food eaten...

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 December 1858

V I J l " '"A l-fr i- 1 i t i I i Ibz'Ib lis ss .':.iB ie fi i S J 3id' S ) S !si f ; X PUBL1SSIE11 A PKOPKIETClt. . O. WALLACE) Let all the ends thou . aim's l at be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's." no. as. Vol. 8, ICT-Tivo Dollars f prone yearif paid at thotrrae of subscription; Two Dollars ami rifiy Cents, without deviation, after the espirsitior of three montlis Ic-fAH BUI for Advertisements, Joh Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except a-ainst those with whom we have running accounts. Subscribers failing 1 o order a discomin uance of the paper , at the expiration of the time for which they may have subserved, are considered as wishing to Teiiew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. 1010 1'apcr will bs sent out ot the , county unless paid for in advance. fj3- AdVertisement t inserted atOiieRol i,.r Saunrc of Tvcl ve Line lUVETTimiilil, TRNN: THURSDAY DICE WHOLE 10.59. r Less, for the first mseruon-, - tVHts for each continuance. CT Tersons ad...

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 December 1858

V FAYET rSVlLLE OBSERVER. CFFiCIALFAFERCFLINCCLfiCOUfJTY N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrFiCE At the time Old Stand: Sign of ilit " Otserver Printing Ofice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENK-.a- t) m ,, . Thnrsdaj3Iornic5,DeccEiberl5,lS58" . - Who are the Corruplianisls!. . The "Fusion" press, which is con stantly charging the democracy? .tvith being tie corruptionists, is respectful ly commended to the following ex tracts from a late spfccb- of Chas. W. Carrigan, of Philadelphia: But the opposition hang as a bub to their protection kite, the charge of corruption against tho democratic party. Now vi hat ' are"-the: Tacts? Come up to the bar, you self-virtuous People's Party Come up, you haters of corruption, and look ms in faco,lf you can, while I profound a few questions. Did you ever hear of a democratic member of the United States House of Y resenta lives expelled for taking a bribv? Shouts of No! no! Did you ever hear of the Bhck Republicans, now members of the'Pt oplePartyV Mat- tcsou ar,d Edwards,...

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 December 1858

i t 0- A : f ( 1 I 7 i I i, '! II i; ii 1: v ! J. Fayetteville Observer . . , ,. . j ., ..... -, . . free of Postage in Lincoln County TTHLKSDAi', CtdEMBEit 16. 1858 iOTfSE! . ' . i TO ADVERTISERS 1 07" Busine3 raea will please bear in mind that the ,. ' ' t , FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER . 8 one of the "best Adveetisixo Mediums in the State, it having a ,"'"' " ."" Larger Circulation ! BY KOSE THAN TWO TO ONE ! .thaw any other newspaper published in Southern Tenrw.see. ' This fact the Fublish er is abundantly able to prove. Spst lit f fifltt- BTATS EEXATF LIXC0I.N ASD FKANKLIN. SCP We ere authorized lo announce Thz. TV. !VciVni:m. Est, of Frnnklin, a candi date to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the text Tennes see Legislature. ' CJ We are authorized to announce Dr. J. X. Alern:ithy,of Franklin, a candidate to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the S-matorial branch of the text Tennessee Legislature. CCJ We re arcthorized to announce Jnsnes It. ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 December 1858

3 To cure a Balky Dorse. If you have a baiky horse, it 3 your fault and not his; , for if they do not pull true, there is some cause for it. ami if you will remove the cause tha effect will cease. When your horse balks, he is ex cited, and does not know what you vant ; hiia to do. When he gets a 1:11 n . mue wciicu, sop mm live or ten , tbey d!J mf see bim 6teai it." - The minutes; let him become calm; go to squire rested bia head for a few mo the balky horse, pat him and speak1 meats upon bis hand, as if in deep gently to him. and as soon as he h thought, aud : then with great digni- over his excitement, he will, in nine ""J d bru6hiDg bfk h bajr; - . - t ,, L , - .said, "if there are twelve who did cases out of ten, pull at the word; im, fiee hIm ih nnlvthrM whipping, slashing, and shearing on ly makes the .matter worse. After yoa have soothed him awhile, and big excitement has ftnnlod rinwn. tnlrn bim by the bit; turn him each way as far as you can; pull cut the tongue; Eootha hi...

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 December 1858

t a 4 Hi Li a ISi -i i 1 is i i i . ';;.!ir::iiri;: i - i3 J i . ! fS icii -y.:isi . .ciQf ,.. ' - l .-?..' , . . . ...... , - . - - . ' 4 fc . - I ' - ' ft n. o. Wallace, j NO. SI. VOL. 8. tr-pTwo Dollars for one yearif paid at .r ..(....MSnn-TwA Dalian ino sinnj ui otini'"i t and Fifty Cents, without deviatiou, after the expiration 01 mree munms. C7AH BIH for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted , except against mow win tvhora we have running accounts. CCrSubscribera failing 1 o order a discontin uance of the paper , at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. 3No l'aper will be sent out of the countv unless paid for in advance. (r Advertisements inserted at Oue Dol lar per Square of Twelve Llue . or Less, for the first insertion; Fin jr Cents for each continuance. 1C7 Persons advertising by the year will be charged Forty Dollars fora whole 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. — 23 December 1858

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER.,! OFFICIAL PAPER OF LINCCLN COUNTY The Presidents . Message. - The President opens by congrat dating. the country on the - contrast of the agitation ' which 'existed in Kansas a year ago r with ; the ; peace and quiet now prevailing. -He refers to the Lecomplon1 Constitution, ;and - i fTl lmd ? V-i 1 . i Brvw. 4 ! n -Sir i IT.. n.-uuima' 1113 " IIUSIIIUU UU 11. ' HOf thinks if Kansas had been i admit tod JKa, so he repeats offers to buy. it . So long as we do not have it,' it places pur relations with Spain in constaut jeopardy. Spain need not be asham ed to sell it as Napoleon sold Louis iann. Let Congress authorize the President to make a cash, advance jj immediately upon concluding a bar Meantime, For fie Fay etteville Observer;--.. WNES On Mr. Mfchom I met at a late Parly BY JESSIE. : . , Say, have you notseeu him, acertain exquisltei N. 0. WALLACE, Kdltcr;c OtnczAttliesime OldStaiuI: Sign of the " Observer Printing OJice." ? t r C ' FAYETTEVILLE, TF.NN: i...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 December 1858

. -v.-- 1 W. A tfvi. 4 (i i FavetieVi lie Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln Connty Tii prSDAi DECsasss as. 1858 ri TO; ADVERTISERS ! OT -Buaiaeis men "will please bear La mind thai the - . . FAYETTETCLLT. OBSERVER -U one of tbe beft Advkbtisixo Mediums in . the State,. it having a .?- Larger Circulation ! BY MORE THAN TWO TO ONE ! ' ? than any" other V newspaper - published in Southern Tennessee. This faet the Publish- - i . . . i . ii r is aDunaantiy awe to prove. , V ' ETATK fcENATF tlSCOr.S AKD FBAKXXIS. t SCPWe are authorised to announce Tnz. Newman. Esq , of .Frauklin, a candi " -"date to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch or the text Tennes ' see Legislature. ' - ' C3, We are authorized to announce Dr. J. J. Abcmatliy.of Franklin, acaudidate to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the next Tennessee Legislature. ' - We are ' authorized to annennte James K. Ctiileont, Esq., of Lincoln, a candidate to represent Linco...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 December 1858

f arm anV fitotten; Cow to Improve Cider. Professor ilorseford, the chemist, has recently communicated to the Massachusetts Horticultural' Society a recipe for the improYement and preservation of cider, which he re 1a 1 "W - commenas 10 general triaL it is as follows: 'Let new cider from sour apples sound and selected fruit will be preferred ferment from one to three weeks, as the weather is warm or cool. Whan it attained to a live ly fermentation, add to each gallon according to its acidity, from half a pound to two pounds of white crush ed sugar, and let the whole ferment until it possesses precisely the taste which it is desired should be per manent In this condition pour out a quart of cider and add for each gallon one quarter of an ounce of sulphate of lime, known as an article of manufacture under the name of anti-chloride of lime.' Stir the powder and cider until in timntely mixed, and return the emul sion to the fermenting liquid. Agi tate briskly aud thoroughly for a few 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. — 6 January 1859

mi i a , ... ; . . ' r1. - f IV. O. WALLACE, "Let, all the. ends thou aim's! at be thy Couulry's, tUy C!ols, and Truth's." publisher & rnoriuETo;:. - tli 4 F A Y ET t EVIL L 15 ,: T E N N : TIIURSDAF, JANUARY 6, , IS59. 1 NO. B5. VOL. 8. i wnoi r X irfTiTO Dollar for one yearif paid the time of subscriptioir.Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, without deviation, after the expiration 01 inree roomns. Dills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with w hom ve have running accounts. OrSubscribers failing t o order a discontin uance of the paper , at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; ana it will bo continued to them accordingly. . IcyiV Paper will be sent out of. the county unless paid for in advance. (&T Advertisement t- inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Line or Less, for the first insertion; Fifty Cents for each continuance. liTersons advertising by...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 January 1859

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. . OFFICIAL PAPER OFBNCOLN COUNTY .." i.:s-TTET: N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Orrrcc At the tame Old Stand: Sign of tJte " Observer Printing OJice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning Jaonarj 6, 1359 The Soldiers Pension Bill. The following, says the Nashville J r; on.l Amman, is Iho bill (J UIVi UUU A & w ' - O ting pensions to soldiers in the late war with Great Britain, and to oth- er parties tbert-in mentiont-d, which i importance of tlia road, and are de has passed the U. S. House of Itep-'termined to hve it. "Col. F. informs reentalivtsby'am?ioiitvof53votes.u3 tint ho feels quite confident that J L . 1. -lit... . 1. The bill vas introduced by Mr. , ...J c J , onxr . J J pik will go forward. We shall say Savage, and itemed tho support ofjh-lDg hT0 of the important of the entire Tennessee Delegation we 'this load, for ewry mm who is inter believe, with the execution of llou. jested at all in it. is fully posted as to Geuge W. Joses: ,r its great importance-...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 January 1859

, .'I v v ! r i! ii I Kb f FayetteviHe Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln County TI1UUSDAY. JAXUABY 6. 1859 BOSlESSJMTiGE! ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED ! , C5- Eusines niea will please bear in taind that the . FAYETTE VI LIE OBSERVER Js one of the best Advertising Mediums in the State, it having a Larger Circulation ! BY MORE THAN TWO TO ONE ! -than any other newspaper publishea in Southern Tennessee. This fact the Publish er is abundantly able to prove. gHnust iIftHun-1859. STATE 8EJTATF LINCOLN AND FBANKUS. ?C3We are authorized to announce Tax. ,V.lVctvm:iii. Esq , of Franklin, a candi data to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties , n the Senatorial branch of the next Tennes see Lcgii.lature. ECj We are authorized to announce Dr. "'j. J. Aberitathy.of Franklin, a candidate -to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the ucxt Tenuessee Legislature. trT We are authorized to announce pauses R. Ctislcoat, Esq., of Lincoln, a .candidate to represent Lincoln...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 January 1859

farm anit GatWit. Training Steers to Work. Tbeie is but oDe right way to train steers to the yoke, and that is by getting them into a yard from which they, cannot jump. Here . keep, them going around until you can handle therarasily; handling well is one of the first nd most imoor- . 1 tant points to be gMiuedin the train ing of steers. If they are to be gentle cattle, they must be learned to handle well. They can be learned to handle gently by feeding them nubbins of cora from the hand, rub bing and scratching them, etc. When you can approach them at j leasure and handle them, put on the yoke and keep them going around you un til they obey your service and mo tion. , One man can train several pairs of steers at tho same tioie. They should be yoked on different sides, and driven in the yard until thor oughly broken to drive; then tike them out and if )Ou want an uphead ed, fast-walking pair, do not put the m to drawing heavy Io ids at first, but load them by degrees until you have t...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 January 1859

1 1 , N. O. WALLACE, 'Let all the ends tho h - aim's t at' be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's. l PUBLISHER A PKOPIUETOIi- . -. -.',- : ' - t ... .". , t . NO. S6V0L 8, PA VETTE VILLB, TEN N: : T fl U R B f? A F , J A i U A R Y 1 5 , 1 8 5 9 ; WnDLE NO. 400. CTTvt Dollars for one yerif paid at the time of subscription;- wo uounis n Hd rift y Oen ts , without DEvrATios, . titer the expiration of three montns. . lc-7AII Rills for Advertisements, Job- Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those vitfc . whom we haVa running accounts ffr Subscriber faUin'S 1o order a discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may nave suDscrioea, r cnn-i.red s wishin to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. rvNo lnner will be sent out of the , roiwtv unless paid for in adronce. fr7- Advertisement f inserted atOnToI lar per Square of Twelve IJn or Less, for the hrst insertion; army (Viit Tnr parb' continuance. I'.Zf Terson...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 January 1859

3f - ) it! f ! t r V i f ' FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. OFFICIAL PAPER OF LINCOLN COUNTY V-i VVV WcV N.O.WALLACE, Editor... . OrncB At tht sime Old. StanJ: Signof tU " Obtorvci Printing QJice.1' t. j r, FAYETTEVILLE, .TENS: . . "II - ', v Thursday Morciag, Jasnarj 13, 1859 Sensible Advice, Gov. Bragg,of North Carolina, in his annual missaga :to .the'Xegisla tare of that State, mikes the follow ing reference to a source of irritation and annoyance, which the abolitionists j in tne legislatures ol some ot the Northern StftK are pleased .to prac-jdle of the fOkefeuokee .v Swamp, tice, wherever they have the' power: Bit" the "currency-tinkers thought ' I transmit herewith ' two sets of rwistV. d "ted a' resolves, from the State of Maine Jreupon some U all streets thieves and one from the State of New Hamp shire, upon the subject of slavery and connected therewith. I bnve not thought proper to withold these res think, however, that they are of such character as not to merit any notice; by th L...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 January 1859

L I ir :5 3i -.1 lb ";; , ' ....... - . . : " v ..'-. -t.....,-.- ' ' . - . y----a-g-i.:rr-t i imis ifrsn: h'ij mmm --' i X.I!l! ; '; '" "V .'T . "Zm V f' '' "'' " " '''- -- -''-- " .' -. -. v ' .-.-... .- t-af.--.. . .-m"!!: 77Z : : I 1 : ? . : ; : . . tzHrv "J-''--- I ST. - ' Vi-rrc. H . uJi; . r . . , ' - - - .. . . - . . ' ' 1 i r 1 r : tw.. ::7.-?-:ri.Mw.,: r W Wft-IIe, Prices Current. - xritss; -' r - iuu uur eiiorrs Jo Dfinut OT -ine nfo. i .. -.. - :jjuL r :.t ... : r tj; 3. rsv.'.'i Vi!JLVfcli WfJCS, . , I .. 1 .; - J - ?J. .,.,.. Fayelleville Observer c-!c?fa. i in Free of Postage In Llcccla Cbnhty xii uxrgD a y. ; JAxtJA r.y is. r ssb famished us. tbfi; followiog ..cate-'for Tetter Or -' Rin? Worm. 3fle has ( tried it io hisowo family and foandipla of good old LiQCoIn are becbmid jit effectual.- Remedies, as a general j in ore and ffore appreciated --'Alcaost 'cess: 'Iu both, these reqaisitesL this -names of new BObscribers to-the Ob- - rRTicbEa. . ADVERTISEH3 ViLL'TAKE H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 January 1859

f is- V ! 1 ! .r i We sated in. anothe r Dumber that thasimplest, safest,most available, and consequently the bast care for corns on the toes, consisted in three opera tions: , ' 3. Soak the feet in hot water for fifteen minutes, bight and morning, for a week. .2. After the soiking, rub a little sweet oil on tb.3 corn, or any other mild form of grease, with the fingers for about five minutes. 3. Cut a hole in one, two, or three thicknesses of soft buckskin, and bind it on the toe; so that the hole in the' buckskin shall receive the corn. The object of the water and oil is to soften the corn and parts ad joining; th e object of the buckskin ' is to protect the corn from pressure. Ia a very short time the corn will become painless, and will subsequent ly fall out itself, as it is a growth and is pushed upward and outward by the more natural growth beneath. It is thrown out of the bady by the action of the parts, as a splinter or a crushed bone, as being no lon ger a part' of the body....

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 January 1859

i 1 t ."5 o. ir Aii. ice. ' f ruBLisucxt k puoi-uietoji. NO. ST. VOL. 8. MWJ HIJilBg ItNNr TU URS0AF, 1 A IV U A R T .20,18 59 i JO.; '191., . i ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " '' '' j ' . ; '; -' '. ''--'.o i ! nil-,' (lie ends ihou uim'ii n( he tlir Country's, thy : God's, mid Truth's:" ' ' ' " ' ' ' .j k . t - .. ..... - . . . - . -. . . . . - t . . : mm t t - r i r ' IV.. ; 1 - if r7i'Trd nollarsf otone yeatiT paid at the time of gubscriptioir.Tlvo E)ull:u nml Fifty :cut,5riTUOUTDKviATioM, nfjor thn MTniration of tllfce months. - ic?AH Bill for AlTcrti8einents, Joh Werk, or . Subscription considered due when contracted, except nj;a'n8ttll0se,with whom we have running accounts. OCrSnbscriberB failing to order a diacontin uanceofthe paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have snhscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. ICPIVo INipcr will be rent out of the comity unlesa paid for n aartnc, kr Adyertisement f Inserted at One Iol l:i...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 January 1859

LLE OBSERVER. OFFICIAL PAFER OF LINCOLfi COUNTY LOTTERIES. AuciB are euiao persona m every community who, greedy 'for tvealth, are too lazy to labor for its accumu lation in a legitimate Tvay..r This class of men, often poor and with large families dependent on them for support, annually waste hundred of ifTfT.Bv.', j ej , mi i ,n From the Shelbyvitti Trut Unio. - vPorfc Statistics : ;: v We are ' under obligations to Messrs,; Cuinmings '&. Ca,' tot the following; statement of the . number of Hogs they slaughtered this sea son, and the amount of money ex HARMONY; J " In. tinion there is 'Strength' Objects have' been accomplished .by concert of action that ould ; toot have been achieved without ' concert A house divided cannot stand is one of the maxims, of infinite wis doni Where great purposes are ' to. be accomrjlished. and whrers union are ; 1 . in N. 0. WALLACE. Editor.' h"'pe that the "Hckle goddess1' will turn her wheel to their advantage, and give them a '-capital prite,"...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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