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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 January 1859

i V X MAKES - -7 " vvaff Fayetteville Observer Free of Pcstage in Lincoln County Thursday; jasuarv so, isso I3SMESS- NOTICE ! All Old Banks of Georgia par New Banks : .u ". uncertain South Carolina Banks. .... .... ..t. i.irr New Orleans Bank: .1 prem Mobile Bauks, ............ ....'par Kentucky Banks.. .'. .'.... rar Ju issourt Hanks. par ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE REED! . frfr Businessmen will Dlease bear ia mind 2d that the ' -' - -. t -. FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER; one of the best Advertising Mewitjis in Tax Assessors-.' 'V: ; -' jAbont NeTrspapcrs . ; The County Oour at i'tahsi ses- -'VWi tho "Constitutional.: sioo appointed the following gentle- iai """"J"?. uas. "B mbn Assessors of Lincoln'- county I to -tTroe Union.V and is under the for 1359.. We are indebted to'''oor!m,0?gem - Ja- J- HcUamcl, (liiinou- Bfnkg ',.:sisio d WhiUiiyton, Ef.q H r the'Kst: 1c tj,i:-: r..(t.,... . tmuirv oriM ia nniiinofi trn Triii - - jjvih rn.o. V, V.UU ..W W-,., 0j). the Siate J it hating the Largest. Ci...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 January 1859

v Blindness, is very common among hordes ia our towns.' This is caused in a great measure by keeping them in dark confined stables, and shad ing their eyes with harness blinders. Dark, ill Ventilated cellars are quite common; this stupid practice should be abolished, bccnuse such stables are very detrimental to the health of these noble animiils. All stables should be dry, roomy structures, pro vided with windows to afford abun dant light, and idtould, also, be "fre quently whitewashed. . The horse ia a native of dry, sunny regions, ' and requires to be kept dry and warm . in order to attain to tho greatest per fection. : Clofe and confined stables, just like those wbhh are so common, are the frequent cause of that violent AW tA 1mu1. A fi vPhts since, great ravages were committed j among the cavalry horsos of France by this disease; but it is now .almost " - unknown in that country. This re sult h:ia 1 been brought '.'.bout by sim ,Iy making larger stables, doubling thebizQC-f the ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 January 1859

w , . .. ' ; . . , 'Try ',T'Z-?1 "'."" ,' ""Vm"- fegg!5T. ii.X-lj..i,l-iiujimiiiiiiM mini " r ' ' X'i V r- - I I'UDLlSllEIt & PROPBICTOH- tliou aim'st at be thy Country's, ihy Cod's, and Trtn;s. Let . all the, ends O. WALLACE, - a lAYETTMIiy, T1NU: Til UR SD A F; J A N;U A UT 27,185, m-m, NO. S3--V0U 8. WHOLE J ' i !. t ? i H I! ; X It n I ; i-tTiv Tatl:irK f o'rbnc ,eari f paid t . the time of suLscnptioi)-, Tw DUnr and Fifty nts, without dktiation, after tbe xpimtion f. three months. 0AH Bill for Advertisements, Tol Vbrk, or Subscription, eonsadered due wheu fiontfftCtder.cPit ngairist those -with whom we have runnirg account. hrSuhscrihers failing 1o order a discontin . uanceof the pper,atthe xpiration of the time for which thy may have suhsenhed, are considered M wishing to renew- and it wille continued to them accordingly. iCPlVo Paper will be sent out pf the , conntv unless paid for in adwice.' ' -(A- AdvcTtiseroentf inserted at One Dol lar per square of velve JJne or lcss...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 January 1859

n i t- h n m t i . . ... -. - t , " " " . "" " " . " ' " ! ' " "" ' " LMI OFFICIAL PAPEH Or LINCOLN COUNTY i : -s 4-74 -V f .V.'A The -Norlh and the. South. Col. John II. George having been nominated ns iho democratic candi- late for Congress from tho Concord, THE BALLOT BOXi Tbri.it FiVjrtleviZe Observer,' Mr. Wallace: Vitliyonr pertms- New Hampshire, District, in hi lot- eon 1 would like to say it few warda - - i - terof acceptance makes (bo follow- to your readers about a fow of tho ing sensible remarks upon tho effects most precious rights of freemen 1 of llic shivery agitation: I intend no peisonal rtlb'c'ions, nor do 4,I bcliovo further, t lint ho ecctiou I expect to shoot nt any putty orgnn- N. 0. WALLICL', KiIKor. Um-JlHniiM QldSliiH'li SignoJ the " Obien-tt Printing Of.ct." FAYBTTEVH.MV ITNNt -Mi Thursday EloruSog, Jaau.irj 27, 1659 THE RAILROAD! Our AlabaniV ueighbora, wo are; glad to eee, seem to he waking up on the subject of continuing tho Win Chester and Alabama Itailr...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 January 1859

. ?. 0 . w-r : : ? 1 'Tki - . iva r cue vii ic u aserver Tree of Postage In Lincoln County TUCBSDAT, JANUARY 27, - u ? . H r- n t 'i."-. niti H c 1 ADVERTISERS Wilt TAKE HEED ! . Business wen -ill please bear ia mind that the . FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER ' in oT.n cf the best Advertising Mediums ia tho State, it having the' - ' Largest: Circulation 23 -5T LONG 033X331 or any iiewspaper published ia Southern Tennessee; while in Lincoln county it U e?ual to that of all other rewspapers combined. gupsi f IrtticE-4859, COXGEESS SIXTH T. STRICT. We are authorized to announce Hon. J times 11. TftOEins. cf Maury, candi ed ate for Congress from this Congressional Dis trict.' " j , "';-.' 6TATK 8ENAT7 UNCOLK AUD FBAXKLIST. ? - 5cJW ara autliorized to announce Taz. .W.iVetvman. Ksq , of Franklin, a cacdi dat to represent Lincoln aiid Franklin counties in tbo Senatorial branch of th text Tennes see Lgislatnre. We are authorized td announce Dr J. J. Abernafhf.of Frankiiii, a candidate '.to represen...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 January 1859

V - - ft tv- - . .. -.....,-. '- - " . , . I w r 5 t i ' farm' anV- (SaAnL - In the last Scientific American we find the following important re ceipt to all those who are fond of a sharp razor. It is a great, luxury, to a man' with' a' thick stubby board to alivays shave rith a . keen razor,. This paper doe? away with the use of straps. Tar is no - necessity of strapping your razoV if it , is sharp when you. commsnoe asing itv All' that is necessary to retain the edge is to wipe the nzr oh th pa per ta reuove the lather ' after or while sharing ' : - ? tl?t oxyd of iron, (by the addition of . Carbonate of ' SdJttda solution, of eupersalphato of iron,) well wash the precipitate, and finally leave U of the consistency of cream. - Theni procure some good paper, soft, about such aa this, paper . is printed on; then with ' a soft brush, spread over the paper,' (on one- side only,) very : thinly, the moist cxyd of'iron'dty it and it is then ready for rse after cutting it in pieces two inc...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 February 1859

rL'iiHsiici: & ricoriticToii. flf. O. WALLACE, FAYBTTK VILLE, U N N: , J II U SD A Fy .1859. WHOLE NO. M NO, S9. VOL. i Lei all Che ends thou alm'si at be thy Country's thy God's, and Truth;. FEBRDAR I JtTwo Dollars for one yearif paid at the time of subscription; m w wuimis nnd Fifty Cents, without deviation, - after the expiration or tnree monins. C7AH Bills for Advertisements, Job . - Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except againstthose with . whom we have running accounts. Subscribers failing 1 o order a discontin eance of the paper , at the expiration of the time for which they may nave suoscnoea, r rnnaidered as wishing to renew; and it ) wil 1 be continued to them accordingly. ICPKo Paper will be sent out of the f conntv unless paid for in-advance.' fc"T Advertisement inserted atOne Dol- lar yer Square of Twelve Unc or Less , for the fast insertion ; Filly -' Cents for each continuant- '. -ttzt Persons advertising by the yr, will be araa. Twenty Doll...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 February 1859

1 1 OFFICIAL PAPER OF LINCOLN COUNTY NVO. WALLACE, Editor. Office At the same Old Stand: Sign of Hit Observer Printing Office." FAYETTEVILLE, TENK: Thursday Horning, February 3, 1859 Arqoisilion' of Cuba. The following is tin substanc3 of the resolution recently offered io the .United States Senate, in reference to the acquisition of Cub3, by Mr. Slidelh of Louisiana, a short time sine:: WnESEXs,' The Island of Cuba geo graphically possesses a commanding influence over the large and annually increasing trade, both foreign and coastwise, of the Mississippi valley. Whereas, The Island, in its pre sent colonial condition, must continue a source of injury and annoyance, endangering the friendly relation? be tween Spain "and the United States, and the aggressions of its local au thorities upon American commerce and citizens, For which tardy redress can only be. had by circuitous de mand:? of Spain. And wherc.-ts, in 'tha opinion of J3ongress, in ac cordance with the views of , the reside...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 February 1859

'A i k). .'i i t r TiaVH&DAY. rCSRUARYS. 1859 r ii.v cliu v iiiu user v cr rrr'r&,u3T7.- - vu ..Last ;balurday " wereDtered tne Mr. J. W.Formwalt, at his shop in Free of Postage in Lincoln County tibnal assortmect'of Fisk's celebrated Metallic Buiial Cases;--In' the? pirn- :..t J:;- " ii ri:! :" " vjfi'n tiues iui!j uae is very general! superceding thoirtfinary wood coffin for. purposes of interment:- Th'os; who have adopte'd its use:, claim that ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEEDS CT Business meriVifl 'pi use tear in mind . that tne , FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER , Js one of the best Advebtjsiso Medicks i lha St-itc, it having the r Largest Circulation - 33"2" XiOUQ- ODDS I . of any . newspaper published in Southern Termessee; while in Lincoln county it is equal to that of all other newspapers combined. jtrpst f iffiioii-!$,)0: COSOUEPS SIXTH DISTBICT. '' Wo- are authorized to announce Hon. "Janir II. Thomas of Maury, randi date for Congress from this Congressional District.- ...... Q7 We...

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 February 1859

' 1 vvw fiirni airix (Sartmt. Tallow. I noticed a rcqacst a short time since in the Country Gentleman, for a recipe to make soft tallow hard. I send yoa one I know by experi ence to be good; Ttt 12 pounds ol tallow take half a gallon of wnter, to wbich add tliree UMcspoons.of nlum, and two ditto saltpetre, wbich neat ana dissolve; tnen mu-i your tallow and one pound uf beeswax; boil hard altogether, until the water evaporates, and skim well w bile boil- ing. It should not bo put in your mould hotter than yoa cun bear your hand in. The candles look much nicer when the wicks are not tied at the bottom. It is not only a disa greeable task to cut the wick off, but it ioiures the moulds. Never heutf yoor moulds (o draw your candles in cold weather. . - - Perhaps it is not generally known that tollow from beeves fed on corn or grain is much softer than when fed on grass or clover. Tbertfore the tallow . from grass fed cattle should always be hard with the addi tion of very little tilura 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. — 10 February 1859

'Let all the ends (hoa aim'st at be thyXouniry's, thy God's, and Tro'thVf. v. F A YETTEVILLB, TENN: TIICRSDAT, FEHRPARF 10, 1859. 1 401; POLE -CJTw Dollars f orona yekrif paid at the time of subscription; Two Dollars and FifUjr Cents without deviation, . after the expiration of three month. ICPAll B1H. for Advertisements, Job TVrtrlr. or Subscription, considered duo xvhen contracteij except against those with J whom we hare running accounts. i ftCrSubecribers failing t order a discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the time lor which they may nave suDscribea, are considered as wishing to renew; and it . wil 1 be continued to them accordingly. C7V Paper will be sent out of the .r county unless paid form advance. Ttr Advertisement i inserted at One Dol Jnr per Sguarc of Twelve Lines V L-ess, for the first insertion; Fifty , Cents Tor each continuance. Persons advertising by the year, will be charged Forty Dollars for a whole col uimh, Tweaty Dollars for one-half, ,Xeii Dol...

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 February 1859

FATETTEVILLB OBSERVER. FREE 6F POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. K. 0; WALLACE, Editor. VTriQXAtth$ame Old Stand: Signoj the Ubssrvet f tinting OJJlct." . FAYETTEVILLE, TENS: 1 1 1 Thursday Horning,Febroary 10,1850 Democratic Meeting. Pursuant to previous notice, the Democracy of Lincoln mst. at the court-house in this place last Mon day, for the purpose of Appointing delegates to the State Convention which assembles in Kashville on the 17th of March, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Govern- or, when, on motion, John M. Bright, Esq ; was called to the Chair, and N O. Wallace appointed S- cretary. On motion of Gen. R. Farquharson, it was ordered that the Districts be ta ken up in their .numerical order, and that two delegates to the Democratic State Convention be appointed from each. Whereupon tho following were appointed l'jtdis John II. Taylor, Z. Motion. 2nd Wm. Tolley, J is. YV. Hohnan 3d Isaac II. Eslick. D. A. George. 4 th William Gatti?, G. W. Pay ne. 5th Dimpsey Sullivan, W...

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 February 1859

, - , -v , - . : . - . , . fx avctienllW ObserverlfLre rtoids- 1 . ' T' ; " " ' " V tree of Postage in Lincoln Ccsriij ADYEBTISEP.S WILL TAKE HEED I , 07" Businew men will pleaSe bear ia Xnind that the ... ; . FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER i v . .'. ySs one of the best' Adyebtisiko Uebicms in the State, it having the " '.,-.-- , ... Largest Circulation . by lono ofxosi ', -of any newspaper, published in Southern Ternc-sef; white in Lincoln county it is equal io that of all other newspapers combined. C0SGRES9 SIXTH JMSTBICT. fjy.Wc are authorized to announce Hon. Jaiucs II. TXtoiniis, of Maury, a candi date for Congress from this Congressional Dis trict. . OCT We are authorized to announce Hon. vou expectorate freely. . At the .10 Cco. Wt Jones, of Lincoln, a candidate j : - . .'or re-election to Congress from this Congres- Vj'iest of Several fi lends, We Bgflin sional District. - . - . j K,ve plflce to our correspondents STATE 8ESATK LTSCOLS ASS FBAKEt.tX. j 1 . , SO We are authorized to an...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 February 1859

Diarrhea ia Bimafe. A correspondent of an" English journal, while speaking of the diar rhoei amoigst the hmb stock, bo fatal in many parts of the country, Tcmarks: , I am not a farmer by profession, but hive had some experience, hiivins occuDied a farm for seven jcuo, UUM115 UICU I .iu vlQr- th croW( tbe briDging out of .It t? M. A I 1 - - - CO attention to mis uise:is, noi oniy the prisoner, his remarks under in sheep and lambs, but tdso iuthe gallows, the appearance of the cattle, especially young stock. The executioner, the adju-tment of the benefits I derived" from tho f sneriJ h:ilter the preparation to let fall on . T i v tho nhitf )rm, and just then the ap- ment3, I amaaxioas to give to the 1 . A- Z i n j . ' . r i u x . !pno in the distance ol the dust world. Wiiao.I lui b;eu about PrtWprflf, Cnmer. And UfoA W5o ibo two years a farmer, it happened that a very abjndant crop of acorns made , its and-Boeiui: this. itiwbea cve one listening in appearance; occurred to lue that 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. — 17 February 1859

" 1,1 V - '5' I' DKT- O- Wallace, "Let all (he ends thoa aim'st at be thy Country's, thy God's, and Troth's," 1 4 x 1 v 1 f'v IV: I r ty. i t f NO. 41H0L I G7.Tvo Dollars for one yearif paid at - the time of subscription ;Tv Dollars and Fifty Cent, without dktiatioh, after the expiration of three months, 3C7AU Bill' tor Aaverusemems, oou- Work, or SuWription, Considered due when contracted , except asainsunose wun j, whom . we have running accounts. Subscribers failing Io, order a discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may haye subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it -, will be continued to them accordingly. ICT No Iaicr will be sent out of the r mniifv u nines nm (1 for in advpnee. CT Advertisements inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Unci . . ,or Lcs, for the first insertion ; Filly j Cents for each continuance. 1CF Persons advertising by the year, will be charged Forly Dollars for a whole col umn? Twenty Dollars for one-...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 February 1859

FAYETTEVILLE ! OBSERVER, j FREE OF POSTAGE l!f LINCOLN Cfl. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Or rice At tXe same Old Stand: Siyv of the " Observer Printing Of.te." TEXAS AS IT-IS TFrtf FayetteviUe Observer. Gcii.NiSGiiAM's, Fayette Co., Texas,) Jan. 25, 1859. Editor of Observer Dear Wallace: In responding to many calls by numerous friends and acquaintances' for information in re gard to Texas, I have employed much of my time, and have not yet satis-j next in order is the water, of which fied thoir thirsiings after knowledge jwe shall speak very briefly, as it re of tho "'goodly land'' or the "Lone 'quires no very minute description. bottom lands when, in . a fair Btate of cultivation yield from .eighty tp one hundred bushels of corn, and from a balo and a half to two bales of cotton per acre. This statement, although it may appear incredible to some?, is nevertheless- true. We give it as nTriiB'rvM" The Neit rrcsideucji iTrilten for the FayetteviUe Oteerter. To the Editor of ike Observer: ' A...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 February 1859

r v. '' ." ' . ' "; i A Fayetteviile Observer s' tnunes Dar- - , rf -. 'J-' ' ' ' . , t Last Monday was the Festival of tree of Postage in Linccla County Saint Valentine. On that day, su- TIIt liDAV, FEDUL'ABT 17. S50 8US!ESSN0T!GE! ADVERTISERS AYILL TAKE HEED ! 07" Businessmen will please bear in mind ' FAYETTE YILLE OBSERVER S one of the best Adveetisiso Mediums in lb Slate, it having the Largest Circulation 33"5T LONa ODDS 1 f any newspaper published in Southern Tennessee; while in Lincoln county it is equal to that of all other newspaper combined. . gupsi-PrHo)t--1859. COXGIIKS9 SIXTH DISTRICT. 07" -We are authorized to announce Hon. 'James II. Tlioma, of Maurr, a candi date for Congress from thi Congressional Dis trict. - . . perdition has it that the birds choose Sail thfy Come . -. , v . For a list of five new subscribers, return our thanks to our friend, J: E. Spencer, Esq. - We do not their mates, and tender-hearted ' and grow eary of making acknowledg fiosceptible humanity...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 February 1859

farm antr- (Saftntv How-to kill Gopher?; One of the most troublesome quadrupeds upon the Western prai ries is the gopher, but to get rid oPlbcm has long been' a problem with our farmers. They are also abundant in California, and as ag riculture advances in that Dew coun try, various ways and means have been deviled to destroy them. The California Farmer gives the following as an easy and sure meth od of killing them while at home. Having never tried it we do not en dorse it.yet if the smoke will descend we can not doubt its efficacy. Try it and report progress for the ben efit 1' of the rest of mankind: "Prepare strips of pine wood Come to me at Snpper Time. BY OLIVES WINDING HOME. Come to me at supper time That the time to man ch is, We will have a merry time Drinking whiskey punches. When he squeezes lemons in With a teaspoon chinking, - We the chorus will begin When we've finished drinking. When our eyes see double stars Our heads begin to lighten, Lemon punch we'll quit, "ray ta...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 February 1859

V. r 1ST O-m Wallace, NO, 42.-V0L. 8. ft5-Two Dollars for one year if paid the time of subscription; Two Collars and Fifty Cents, withoutdiviatiojt, after the expiration of three months. ICTAH Bills for Advertisements, Jot Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with .. whom we have running accounts ffrSnhwribers failing to orders discontin uance of the paper , at the expiration of the timo for rhicli they may nave sauscriDea, ' are considered as wishing to renew; and it . will be continued to them accordingly. ir3Vo Pancr will he sent out of the r county unless paid fcr in adrpnee. 'tfcS- Advertisement inseTteat One Dol lar per Square of Twelve tines or Less, for the first insertion; rift? "r-w Cents for each continuance. tiZT Persons advertising by the year, will be charged Forty Dollars fora.wholeco!- . Ttinn, Twenty UOKars ior one-nan, Ten Dollars for one-quarter. 2o devia , t ion from these terms under any circumstances. 0 The privilege of ye...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 February 1859

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. FREE: CF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Office Althe$ame Old Stand: Sign of the " voserver Printing VJice." ft Htl... CMit tine vmci uiuc r ,. i The black fenobHcan letifif tenters) and telegraphic reporters, from Wash ington, have been very busy circula ting reports that the special com mittee of the House of Representa tives, of which Sir. Sherman is Chair man, had already taken evidence dis closing the greatest corruption in the management of the Navy Department President Buchanan, Glancy Jones, ARKANSAS SCENERYi Written for the Fayeitevffle Olterver. . ! ' Uardenelle Rock. Mr.' N.O. Waltaci) Dear SisrThia stupendous "rock is standing in Yell County, on . the South Bank of the Arkansas River, about . five hundred miles from its mouth. It assumed its name from an Indian called Dardenelle, who had I committed a desperption worthy of Written for the Fayetteville Observer. XT IS BECAUSE! ST J. W. w. FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday MorniDg,Fcbrnarj 2...

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