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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 October 1851

' - ; T- r ' , I- - j" 1 ' V . -T. ' " : ! :i ' " ""--W ''r " "' . - y.- - ! ' ' . I ' i -it - . v ' i , r j .- ,a, ! 1 . , '. .' " . . : . . I : - , I t i " i - j . . ( H : ' "i ' j :' . , - ' I - " ; I . j- ''-!' " " '"" h ' " lyf!T - a ' - ; j . .. . . ,- . I I. , ' IICItHV A WAI.1.4CI , Y ! . I .:' oil Ihe ends Uioil aln'sl ; at be . Ilir Commr'a, ttr and Truth's." C PIBLISIIEBS & PnontlETOIW. ! VOLi 1. . :f AO. 41. fjjimiaMmiBtmipm """""" niwrnifii ---- rjrTmmnanMaMBMnafxgjn-i ijimiji u M u one half. . Vj devi- ij eireum- Cj o Doiisirs (or one Yeai if paid ai . ih iimc o( subsorjpiion; Two Dollar mid ri ft y CJents, titiiout lkviation, BUN for Adertisenrtjats, " Job V.'ifk or tubcription, consii ercd due u-hlt-n conuacied, except ngainsl hose with iikm we have Runfting Accoo its, SCPtVo Paper will be' sent o it ol :he O'tunty. unless paid for in adyai ce. SCjAdveritseirients insetted at One Dol lar per Square of Twriv ; Lilies or L.es;, for the First Iuscrii ii; Fifty CeJil...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 October 1851

: . - ' H - v ' ' i. t ; l I - -r-n " ' ' I : , ' , '';, : ' '' '' rAYETTELLEl OBSERVER. A. a.O. WAC.LiCEirEJilorS- Office At ihe Old Stand; Sign of iht ."Qbstficr Printing Office.', TEXN: 13 31 FAYETTEVILLB, Guv. Trousdalci Message, I1 i 1 i.l . I TJ . i roin luc iuct mat we were unawu i;,at the Senate meet U e publish our Turner: last week, ah Tuesday;, ihe 21stjinst.J 1 . .1 s I I . . - I J . If. fi..A ...J.. to .... : i pur hands, jwliich it is almost indis pensable tq publish. This, together with the great probability, that most of our readers have alrea ly seen and read the able and dignihpd message of Gov. Trousdale to tlie Lcgisla--t i - I . tvare, will, perhaps, supercede tUo ne cessity of our publishing this ipor-j tant and he has. undergone no change Ijeaiieec Lcgislulure. j Senate. .1 Mori day.. Oct. 13. 1851 Mr. Bubrup mored that the report of the IBalnk be transmitted! to the House. H ' I Mr, Davis introduced a bill to id crease !thj jurisdiction of, Jiticcs of the Pea...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 October 1851

j t ..! 1 - ; ... : i : : i : . ' I .- I' -. ', . , . . ..... .. ! . ' i ... V,' Ill i ViJ,,JL; Observer . Favcttcville March Election 1 :2. This tody met in j-tbis place on Fijiday, 17 th' insti and; closed its.la boU on Mondayl the 20th. We hoped to be able to lav! an abstract of h'JZKVIF LINCOLN C6. ' : 'fcJi T rM tn W ear' a ittiorized to aorMince lfi. Of I Ju. 31. ii;iniis, a canji date i"ur sheriff at ! to-day, as wc made arrangements for the March Election. 1852. J ' 1.7 . , ,. . ! , .. . cc We aM,oruedton.iouDceStfc-ilt a meinuer. uui, ; up to tuia phe:ToiacUslOHe, a camlii! i e lurSD.!tJmc ?t nas not conif? to hand.--iffat ihf March Election, lc'o2. .. I 7 . . 1 : ' t vve r.! authunzeJ u annoim.e j However, nothing of; very general 2licli;irl V m: a camiiuate .lur ttieriU at the March-&eciion, 1&52. H COUNTY COtTttT CLERK LINCOLN CO. i i ... -. . ... J ?;,""u ,u r ,:t;"i " i and 100 ministers! and p. stri Vii'iilii ho a rami nlfl w lur I nun. i - j i iy c .nri Cit-r...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 October 1851

"1 i r .1 "! 5J i i A considerable part -of -the stock of a farmer must always ronsist of Oak. In point pfi strength, durability, i and general pse, oak -elaims prete- timber. More' than cattle tnj . uiainlenance of these,! dencg uf : .J therefore, must bo an object of great ( ' l,y consequence; and in proportion to' J-r,: nL i.f. fnl,..v,;t TWfh tbeumUr of thcin which ho Keeps .1 eithbr '.withiS the territory for ralc,mtfdditidn to those which he ';,. Wild I KtnW. r hn th tU;uau:, !lu ii tn ineir mime-, rnm, ,tn5yS nf KrAvirn mine tTT, ., . . . . . . ivajuuole ci ctir iurest! -trees. It at- ' . 1 i '.inn Tim l-.fiifrin nf tPVi: ! 1 V- nr fur lirV tjigeous, iqucstion. has lon bee In Situations a a disputed feet,j with a trtmk- fcix or seven feet it here is a breed jadapted tp work 111 WKlCiS F j 1:Sf ( I i x - . t nipni;f.ji Nitlie particularly !.t khit such situations . ! . -h . . r bfc do occur the antioymcnt of the oxw,jic appii iniportant is sliin-buildins:. It is al so extensiv...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 November 1851

fit-.--' 1 i if'-"-. . .j IN ' : ".;! ' ' . ' . . 1 .''i J; , ; ! " .v - . pT;7' ,r-.. .. ..... ! 1"' ; : P A VT'lPlFlP TF Q B TFhB W IS ; -""J - ' ;:;..!;;';! j , -p' 'V 'j I; ,:,r J:.pSiV-:j ,-' ;'." r;;;p-V; . '. i' ! ' . hEnnr., f Wallace, 3 :.' 1 '"''j - j ' , J j " : ' ; -."-j'" . ." I , : ''" ! ' ' H ' , ' ' ; ' 1 i I t L ' i l in M t i f . r ! jmlnmmmtfimmiiliii "TT""""". I.-, h n l.i ! I l,nl.if o a lit.tle'prOPerllv ahd theil The " .1 irjassi tJr Dollars for one Yeai if paid at -1 M . ..i..:.;n. Two Dollar? th-f time 01 y " 1 1 nd riflf Cents, wimout reviATioK. a(jU the expiration of Three Mobtbs. j -lcWJA.i Dill for Advenisemeats. Job Mk r Subscription, considered due 1. 1 ,....rvt .trainst those With- XViH'O COniraciru.T' ij" , lmn we have Uunning AccoTan--s. , ir-fr'Xo 3aicr wiil he sent out 01 :he -.-J.X....- .,ic naid f.r in advance . . . .. ..: :..,,ip,1 t One Do!-; r llit 5er:siaare of TavcIvc nf' or! Less, for the F.irst Jnschion; Tifty i 1 I acli continuance tr-4i...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 November 1851

II ; i i I . - i ' - 5 ' i - : I " i .- I '' ' " ' V- 1 . ' 1 ' j . .V lAYE!TSLLE 0BSERm j A. II. tIERltV. X. O. WALLACE, C Editors. QmcEAl 14 Old Slartd; Sigti of the : "Observer printing OJlce." FAYrKTTEViLLE,i TCE'ilJAV, TENN: ."VOVETICEU 4, 1851 California, i i The question of dividing Califor nia continues to be aeritlted, and is gaining friends .daily in the southern portion of that State, J Its populari--ity: seems omnipotent i-its; frieids being, elected to office oyer their op ; poncats. One of the leading objects iof this , move, it would seem, is ' to introduce slavery , into ; the newly formed State, to1 adopt a constitution which, unlike the present' constitu tion of California, will respect the rights of the j principal .tax-paying iportion of the United Stages, as well jas respecting them as- freemen and 'equals, in the confederacy. There is iabout as much sense, and! about . as , jinuch republicanism, in restricting iho slave-owner from ' introducing ;md owning, by 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. — 4 November 1851

Fay ettcville Observer TUESDAY, NOVEttBEB jl, 1831 March Eleclion-lS52.; announce Sheriff SHERIFF LINCOLN CO. J tc-p. We are authorized to announce 3Iaj. 1 JaT9l. Hanks, a candidate forjShenff at the March, Election, 1832. ! I We re aphorized to announce Ste- i-,r:. r..Mutoue. a candidate lorSher- iff at the March Election. lBo ,L ..a authorizdd viiite.a candidate Mr at the March! Election, 1&5-4- " COCHTT COURT CLERK LINCOLJT CO- rTvVe are autnorized to announce Con uSTSmiOk. EST, a candidate f Coun . i. . iKo March Election, lOt- ry .ariierK . ICJ We are iu,u"" 7 . George Cunningham, candid County Court Cietk at the March El rrr- We are authorized to announce F.ESTl uric . ai?e for yntr Court Cler a. tue March Election,!. REGISTER UNCOIL CO. j "iCy are authorized to announce IJi Esq.. candidal for He-, cisteratjhe March Election,1 1852. tCf We are authorized to 10 announce Alabama! Correspondence. x Chalybeate Springs, Ala.,) la announce candidate tor Section, announce candida...

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 November 1851

. : 1 ' !- : : ' i , : .- " ; 'C ; ' , , . ;' - . I''.-;.-.- ; - " K ' . 7 ' . " ! : , ., i " . . " : . ; j' "r I " i " ' I" ' ' ; I : .' I I laBB'iBaasiauaBMaMuJww-aK3aaw " " T ' TI '. 1 I ! ' T : r. : r. - : : Pcnltrj Cure or lie Gapes. Trr Vltrill poop of that lilllc Ireed of chick&ns reminds us of an ittm which we bftve for some time iulcnd cd;tb make over to bur lady readers in the country, and which they will do well to test. :Al who have tried, raking poultry oti old settled places, have found the diiliculty of contending with gape?, a disease', whiclt carries off million every, spring. 'A remedy- has been flieuveicu ujm.i -i i:',iouiri:iv tested iu i ,;ur village,' ly a lady neighbor who was on the eve of giving up fill far ther attempts at raiding poultrj', when . her husband suggested to her that os the gapes was undoubtedly occa sioned 'by the little worms found in the gullet of the chicks, it would be well to try. the effects of the worm "xc.'d," or Jerusalem Oak, as...

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 November 1851

! I '' : ' . ' ! ' i ' i 1 . ' (...' . ' .... . " . ! ; ' " i . ,! : : - -'! !'.:'' - J j i' : . ! . , .. ; -; . i i . h - ; - . j.: ! .;. , . i :. . ." '...;!' ! " ; .. ' .: : ' ' - i . ' ! . . ! I " ! ' ' . !:' ' ! ! ! ' '.' ''''! ' . !' ''-''I f . i ! j ' ' ! . ' ! ' 1 ' ' : ' I ' ' ' 1 J ' I ! '.r . ...: !r . i Lj f-i. V - - : i , r isucicr & WALLACE, I i i- ' -t I . ; . . . -1 - ' ' 'I ' " Virr" 1 1 , ; i i PApiiviLrSPlisMY, NOVEMBER 11, 1851, ; - ; i 1 jp; NO. 43. r I i i i l i . . WWW lrTTWd IoI5ai s for one Yeai if paid at 9 1 ran Jv-Be (hedmHol subscription; oo.wt.- n1 rift fOlltS, WITHOUT I)EhT,o:r' nitei lliq exiiiration of Three Mq nifis. SrTAU Kills for Advenise.me ts. Job- red due xvHen (i.JniracteJx.-ep1 ag"'""' se with wu'o-n We have Running Accouji s. Puurr wi II he sent out ol :he riiintvJunte? paitl tor in auvan. ,l,liinmnU inserteJ at Ollc Ioi" larpei- Square of xvei or lt, fol the First Inseriio Cents lor each continuance, j j refs ns a-lvertisin2 by Uie V t...

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 November 1851

' i I j ' ! ; i; ' y ' .''I--: . . ; - - ' 1 . ..... . ' I - ; . i ' ' . - ! y aagwiiL.iJ ' J ' "i '' . " . ' ; ! : ! . . I . - - i ' .;'!. : ! FAYETIEVILLE OBSERVER. TY.O. WALLACE FAYFTTCViLLE TENN: Oji iE At the Old Stand; Sign of the "Observer Printing OJice." i f Fusion cf Tartie. ; Dicing the political Contests which .aves taken place within the' past vear. much has been said about "fu- ilori of parties," ''breaking down the middle wall of partition" between parlies, &c. And some have ;bcen i simple enough to anticipate and ac tually to desire it, without a thouglit of its' utter impracticability;, or the Ladies' Correspondence. ' Acofhf r I acy Letter froa Sophroala! : j ; ; : " ) ' i j. Fatoteville, Nov., 1851. My. Ever lwr Amanda: - j : It is related of the great and good Washington' that he -never spoke of God without reverently touching his hat, and when he apostrophized! our Creator, hq always removed it from his. head. - Be not .darmed, my dear friend, at this opeuhg...

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 November 1851

.A-.w---. '-'-r "j ij. -f. . ...-.' -m.-..-.. m.. ,,rr-1f m M - r -. j. , Ml IHWIIPM WilllJM .Ml I .1 ' . ' .'I-' - ' : , - - ' ' ' z ' ' .. : L . . , "I.'- ',-'- -i - f " . i - -t-T':" r" " "" : ;-,r"":' , I ; P .;' ' I j .". if-Hi ' i : -j'.:; ; : T : . ' - . , :. - ' ;';;! ' . . . -i ! i . . ; : i : . . i i ' : i ; if i ; i! if tl IS. 1 i . I i : ! H:' ; i 4 I. He 1 1 i i Faycllcvi lie Obscurer 1 1 1 rtm.t'.t .lilt Si I . j p'-.'.Ve are Hat Ja. 21. Ha'iS orized tb' aononnci a cainJtJ Hie JCZF" tve aie a i Iionzed to announcr.-it:- iir at :'hh .March lu T I i;r,.) . Crf We are LutLonzeJ to annpnnoe l.ci!U i r- KicU.ird White at the Match Elcc; 1652. cu'jntv cocbt :UERK LINCjOLX GO aiitiiirizfJ to annunnce :on- ; t'r' We are stunt S:aiJi. E - f t '!rk at ll! a candi Ja-'f'r Conn- MarcU Election, J IS 2. cp w to aonouiice t I '. j .. 14 County Court C?e at l'ie March linetuou, . ; uihurizeJ to announce cin.li-lat. for "t'oun-.y ,larcii C!cciion, lt?2. 12. ir 7" Ve are r, -H. II-Mcy....

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 November 1851

i -J ICSM r 11 I ' Cutfe S: for Cattle. ::rar Chopped straw, in. some of its combinations, is now beginning to beiwiPc! the best; and most eco ' iioThical jfooa iliai can be used for :f cafe. mnb. the catllo on a farm, atid by which the Hr-dst number of anhrfals may be kept on a civc?rcr:antitv of foot!, i later invention It is greatly to be uondtred at that lu'e chopping and: cooking system does iiotjmake more headway tlwm . -! Taper. . . ' The teanufactuje of paper was not known by the ancients The Egyp tians wrote upon we have some of mummies at this it really; doc?, when we consii'lei the advantages to be derived from it. But ; many. farmers are apt to look on anything modern v. iiii an air of mistrust, aiid are afraid jto try the-experiment; lijnric, however, changes all things, and we hope! to see tfie day when the farmer will have all jtho food cooked for '(tisjteenth century: itibegan to come into rolls of linen, and iliem about their verv d;v. on which Llic inscriptions are...

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 November 1851

" ' 'l 'j . - ; : 1 j : , . ': r '- .''T.' T " ' .j . ' - v " -- . ... ...... . .. ..-.. ; ." ; -I ." . !-..' j v.-' j . 1- i . I !!-".: !',' I "' 1 . ' ' 1 " . : v'- !- I- . . -I j ' . ; 1 ! ? . ! i j. ' : : ' : :' " ' ': ! ' ' " p !,. '. j ' J K ' . j ' . " ,'... - . : . ' - vinM i( 'n I WW I in In In rS -4' TO & M .' . DERBY & WAttACEi;; i "'. V ' "" Vf ' - ' " 'V '' ' '". '" lit all Itae M:i.Sa''S'-:j'-SilJ ' ifciimSjV thr . and Trait-i." T: a- . .." ,.- - .. J VHSLISIintS A rliOPItlCTOItS. C7Tvo Dollars for or.s Yeni if paid at the tune o( spWription;. Tv. o Dollars, ami Fifty Cents, without tm at'ioic, al'ij'r the i.'raiioii of- Thre Monihe. ' JC7All llills 'for lAdvenisemenls, . Job. iVdrk ' or Subscription, consiJereil due Mrhfti cojviracif d, txi epi against jhose Aviib Wiiotn rd bv$ Il.jnniag Accounts. I'iiper w! l'e seftl o'ut'cl :he Cijjtinty, unless paij f j.r in advance. ' '-' SCPjAdvertise'iueitt iaserttd t One Dol lar per. Square of - Twtiv L8nt if fess, (of ...

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 November 1851

;S , i '- ; ; ' : :'y' ' ' ' '' IP " . HI. ' :l . .:.f--.-- ' !M . i - I ! ' - ; : -i A i ,-. - tr-T,li' - T i. " ..-.S- 1 i''1i;.. ! ' FAYETTEYILLE OBSERVER. A II. BCUKV, Nf O. VA Editors. Of FlCfJi I fie Old Stand; Sign of the "Observer Printing Ojfice" TCjCBDAlV HOVE.UlSJCtt 18, I51 v:;r, Pork. 'The prevaUinj: opinion, based upon he most reliable information io be obtained, is. that the quantity oil Pork this season will fall short: of the J usual crop: This opinion has become bo 'general and well estab lished, that the price .has 'gone pp considerably. The statistics of Illi nois, .Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky, represent the number of Hogs con siderably below, that of the past-several years, while the size is largely increased; indeed, so much so' jtjhat r ' ,'..; - it is' confidently predicted that amount of Pork for market' will fche but ber much short of the usual quantity. If it be true, that the increase in size will make up the deficit in numbers, jt is reasonable' to concl...

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 November 1851

- f - i - '.-.I' : '! I.- ' r Favctte?ille Observed TUEAV, OVEttBER IS, 151 SHEHirf TO. ; ZJ We are i.ithofizi-J 4o aanuunc"" ItlaJ. jiii, ji. Hank, a!;aiididie fox S..eriff at the Mrrh Elect li-n. 18)54. " ' , Q We are iiliurized to announce Ste plie.i Xouc!istpnera eaadida'e lor Sber- iff ! Marct. Election j ICJZ. ztr W in:' aHthoritZeu i an non-nee Ilieuard While, a at the .VJtifch Election candidate tor Sberifl 1852. COCNTV CuCBT CLRRK LIJ5C0LX CO. 5C7 .V are a-iih irijEe l anuuuHCe ( On Stunt "Smith, E . eauJidate fur Coun ty Court Clerk atih March Election, 1S52. AT ar ; -Hnliorjzod to announce George Cuunintjfiani, candidal tor County Court Cieik at thi March Election, 1352. : . 1 ' t . . : C7" We are authorized tr announce I. HI. Hurley, a caulidat'c for County Court CierK at tiit March Election, 1652. v BEG JSTK.R LINCuLS CO. tZf We r- au.!irizetl to -announce, Ill ram Phillip. E-qi a candidate; for Re guter at the March Electim, 1652. , . . JCj We are inhrtzed to anmwnce I...

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 November 1851

- 1 1 i - .. ,i - ,:..-..! v -.- . . . i ! :..,' " ammmmsaBsmsitmssssaew3B ji.ilJLkp. 'i .. k.' ;iv - -.-..."7T i! i i vM -rlx. ... 1 - : ' ;v vK:':rl I , for;:iiVFotaft,,:;7t. n ash ville advertise fti entsl ; To! Priftcct Sheen froia Doss.1 The gerieral evil jf dogs, whicli 1 EC3 js clauiung at present the .most . etririge&t legislation in our Northern States to protect the sheep, likewisje crista with us. ' Our own Legisla inrp 'hns iloTm m'joh. find will. , no .ouljt,-do inore-,. at the proper' turn), Jo eradicate this evil. In Uie mean time -let lie publish 1o the sheep raising world a remedy agdiast thje ' destractioii.of sheep ly dogs, which was. given jine a short- time since, 'by n highly respectable and valuable Iriend, himself an extensive wool l ' I . - -- I grower, cihjr on filieqv ;is It boiifeists' simply in plar one sheep in every ten. of the flock a bMl of the usual size for reasoning of my friend instinct of i the du to do all his acts in a manner his .attacks ...

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 November 1851

1 .'!' ;j .r : i - '"'--!. j j 1 ; -i i . ' . ? ." ! ' .''.. i . : M7 BERRY & WALLACE, I i ! ! -j,et all the cbd. IhJu aimst at I fee thy Country's, thy Gods, aud TruthW : I C PrBIJSIIERS dr PBOPIIICTOIIS. fi rs, 1 C S r t i ! : in F i) ! J - - - - , C7Two Dollars for one Ytai if paid at liie time of sobsorlpiion; Two Dollars , mid Fifty Cents, without DriTioK. ntier the expiration of Thee Months. C3A1I Bill far; Advertisements, Job- : Work or' Subscription, considered due "" when contracted, except against those witli whom we have Iliinnio? Accounts. CJ!Vo jl'aicr will be sent out ol the Cuaiity, unless paid f-r in advaiWe.' - I tCyA-Jvertisfmeuts 'inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twcl vc Lines, , or Lew, (ur thej First Inse noh; Fifty Cents for each Continuance. ' - tCJ Persons advfisin? by Ihe Year, will be charged Thirty Dollars Ut a who'e Coltfnn, Twenty Dollars for one haw. nnlinrs for juntrjiiarier. ; Jo dm alion from iheti Ttrma wider any circum thtnett. ICPi'lie.pr...

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 November 1851

; A: MrETTEVILLE OBSERVER. I A. SI. BEKUV, ? M. O. WALLACE, J Editors. (Office .4 the Old Stand; Sign of ike "Observer Printing OJice.y s i U. S. Senator, j. i 1 The long agony is over. On Fri day, 14 th inst, the fleimessee Legis lature elected exGoveraor James C. Jqnes United States Senator, 'for six 1 FA YETTEVILLE, " TE5N? i years from the fourth of: March last, 1 1 1 11 - 1 iii.. (mi I 11 ' jksdav, ivoyjcjiCEit 2-5, 185J ine vote was as ioupws: Free degrees. The free negro population of Ten- nessee, ana the : subject 01 em.m . cjjpation- seem to be topicsj of grow iijg 'interest Hi1, With, manv, both are very excep jionable. Many com niiints are alleged azainst the lornier. V ., , . , r , r" ... ! i. ! ine. iarcv, me jasi jiennessi u,,xr w, rv- (fmaiiy agreed to support the aspirant lion to the latter is to be found among I ho sb(?ld rccbiye thc larg st vote '.11 classes of mv while inhabitants, -ucuroTidea bc aidtot"hail unless upon certain conditions-viz:! Mid(lc ToIiQle itli...

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 November 1851

FayetlfeFille Obseryeii TUESDAY, KOVE.1IBEB 25, 1851 March! Election 1S52., . L . i , s - 6H.EItf f UNCOLX CO. j are authorized to acaoonceTtlaJ. JOS. ill. UiIUmt VItUlUUT?OI UiiCI(IU HI the March iilecuon, IZM. . . . - tCJ VVe ere authorized to announce Ste phen Toachttone, candidate lor Sher iff at ttie March; Election, 1852. . r . !"? iCT We are authorized : to announce llietiard White, a . candidate lor Suerifl artbe March) Election, 1852. ton.HTr iouT ctsak jaxeoLw co.( ' ' CJ"Ve are authorized to announce Con stant Sinith, a candidate for Coun Jy Court Clerk at the March Election, 1?52. ' 'SQF We are! authorized! to announce iMarch Fayettcviile Mystic Orders, . ! . v, ! ; ' . . - i l . . i i . ' il .x ; IIn$onic. r - ; ; lhe following is a list of the offi cers of Union Chapter, N0M8, for the present term: F. A. Dickinson, II. P.; John T.' Morgan, K;r John Woods, 'S.; L. D. Akins, ,C. II.; W. W. iMcXelley, P. & and, RecV, Alf. Beai-den, Pv, A.C; S. M., MeElrpy, G. k. 3d Va...

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 November 1851

- r-c- -ur i i I4NM 35 i i -.r7"'!- ' - - '-: j , t)t ' JmiL - ; ; Watering jllorses- I saw an article not long since, on Watering Ilorsesj5' Now, as this Is ix subject of grcpt importance,' I will give my views on the same, but I differ' widely respondent, ."The from your cor rvriter soys; .'We hear every summer of a hundred in- j is stances of horses being killed by giv-j ing them water when over-heated while travelling It would seem that drivers generally think that the preservation of the horse's life,! consists in watering him at every tavern that they come to. A farm or Vvhd works hishorses at a plough, Sec, never gives j!heiri water from the time they go to work after break fast until they come in at noon, and i'n ; France,' lie ;says. ;coachmcn ! never - water their horses, except! jwhen they feed. hen the driver jfetops atan inn,hc;washes the horse's Inose witlC vinesir in a sponge.' - . .... . -f : . ... j Nt)w, it issajd, and generally be- ! lii-vp'! tlint whnt :i o-nnri ...

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