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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 February 1859

Fayelieviile Observer!110111 s- . . .. . Frcfl cf Postage in Lincoln Ccnclj TISWK?Xv7f13BKUAKY 24, 1859 Business' KoficE! ADVERTISERS ML TAKE HEED ! t - OCT Business men will pleaBo bear in mind mat the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER 3s one of tie best A'dveetisiso Medicms in the bute, it having the Largest Circulation , 3"5T X.OISTC3- ODDS I of any newspaper published in Southern Tennessee; while in Lincoln county it is equal (O mat ot all otuer newspapers combined fupst gUrtioir-1859. C0XGBESS SIXTH D18TBICT. OCT We are authorized to announce Hon. JaiictT. Thomas, of Maury, a candi date for Congress from this Congressional District- . 07" We are authorized to announce Hon. Geo, W. Jones, of Lincoln, a candidate J or re-election to Congress from this Congres sional District. ' ' STATE 8EJJATF LIKCOtN AND FRAKKXIif. flate to represent Lincoln and t ranfclm counties in the Senatorial branch of the text Tennes see Legislature. . ,- CJ We are authorized to announce Dr. J.J. Aberuatliy.of Frankl...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 February 1859

farm attU (Sutton, i DISTEMPER IN DOGS. A correspondent, writing from JNew Orleans to Porter s Spirit, 6ays: Perceiving in the Spirit of the 3d iv.&t a communicution In regard io Distemper in dogs," I would sug gest-as an invaluable remedy, a sim ple and cheap one in the use of Uble -.,.11 C - ii tan, uu uejDg preieraoie. as teon as ycu perceive the dog is sick throw down his throat a handful of salt three iimes a uay say during tcree or four days. The remedy has pro, vel successful in more than thirty cases. 1 nave cureu ibis season a valuable Newfoundland dog and three hounds of the distemper, the same being my property. Excuse the lib erty I take in writing, hut knowing the interest you take in such .matters, you will find vn trial, without much cost, that the above receipt is accom panied with no danger whatever, and, in all cases - within my knowledge, has proved a safe cure. . '.,- Throat Decease. An Albany phy sician furnishes the following remedy for the throf t distasc,...

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 March 1859

3NT. O. ,1 "Let alHhe ends flioii aim'st at be. thy Country's, thy God's," and Troth's." F A YETTE V1LLE, TENN: THURSDAY; ;M A R C II 3 , 18 Si) . - ; : I - WHOLE K0.: 407. NO, 4B-V0L.J. ; V-f. A ! 1 1 i; if- t " ft . it r-yf- i ffi-Two Dollars forne Year if paid the time of 8uI)acription;Tw Dollars mid rifty Cents without DETiATiox, after the expiration of three jmontnB. r-7.ll Kilts for Advertisements, Job WrV. or RnWriition. considered -due when contrjirtea, except against those with have runnius accounts. ' fcrSubscribers failing 1o order a discoritiTi- tltrifl fnr whirh thev may have subscribed n.i... nr tli a Mtwr .at tue expirauuu ii me are considered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. ill be sent out of the rhnntv lit .Ipsa raid for in advance. h-7- Advertisement inserted atOne Dol- ar kmnri ofTuclve JAncs or Ma . for the first insertion ; FiU y continuance. Z3- Persons advertising by the yeaT trill be charged Forly liollars fora wnoiccoi Tivr...

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 March 1859

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. FREE CF POSTAGES LINCOLN CO. N.O.WALLACE, Editor. Omct At tin same Old Stand: Sign of the "Ohervet Printing OJice." FAYETTEVILLE. TENN: MUM ' Thnrsday Horning, 3Iarch 3,t1839. r r-' UNCALLED FOR. W? are sorry to see the usually digniGed columns of the Huntsville Democrat prostituted to purposes of personal detraction nod abuse. -In speaking of the vote of lion. Geo.' TV-' Jones on the Homestead Bill, the ed itor accuses "Our George" of dema gogueism, arid insists that he shall henceforth herd with the black re publicans. Such denunciations, we assure the Democra't,will not strength en its ciuso in this section. . Ilere, whew Mr. Jor.es is best known, he is acknowledged, even by those 'who differ from him politically, to" be an honest politician, an advocate of what READ THIS AGAimi - LIBERAL PROPOSITIONS t - y Wo want fifteen : hundred subscri bers to, the. Observer Ind we are going to have them. And inx order that you, reader, may have an in ducement to. aid ...

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

i f X r 1 A I i) V 9 t s Til i- u otto? ii;t- iurola County, Agalh-V -ast week, in our article ys: cj d a v. m' i i;cii s, 1 ssa;. rEg. mm lu La I ADVERTISERS Ami J4K;tiEEDl i. OCT -Business man will phrase bear ia mind thl the . FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVED i ono of the tvst Advertising Mediusu in the State, it having the Largest Circulation . 23ST LON-Q ODDS! of any newspaper r published in Southern Tennewee; while in Lincoln county it is equal to that of all other newfcpaiicrs combined. . Unco! fc, in ;ouir article headed, "Lincoln' county' wV referred' to some improvements coniaippiaipu hereabouts, in which the, whole coun ty would be interestedand "promis ed to refer to the subject 'again,-- We purpose "doing so to-day, but al; a iU-tf M urn 'v , , . . Mr. L. C.. JSUllins, aent, is about fo'anvass Lincoln county for sub scribers to 4 hew work, just issued, entitled 'Twrleys Panorama, or. Cu riosities, of Nature, and Art," the design of - which is to furnish in a pleasing style, a des...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 March 1859

Farmers, Spare that Owl. - Som8 ooe willing to the London! Times, puts in sundry proverbial plena in favor of the owl. A pre judice exists ngniost this . UDgainly fowl, more, we faDcy, on account, of its anplensant vocal characteris tics and . dismal p.-rsontl Appear ance, than from any other causes; but when its useful qualities are known, we are eura its life will be regnrded by agriculturists as even more sacreJ than that of the robin. The writer in question speaking of a destruction of wheat by mice, which came under his personal ob servation, says: "Mice, as well as young "rats, require vegetation and Tattr. At dusk they come out,, and out, at the same time, comes the owl, ' No doubt owls were created by an all wise Providence to keep these ver min under, as the rook for the destruction of .the wireworm, end the toad for slugs. If it is not so, we should be eaten up. They , know by their instinct how to go about their calling better than we do. If the rook and owl do pilfer a l...

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 March 1859

1 Y 1 8. IKTTwo Dollars for one rear if paid at and rifiy CeittswiTiroc.TiviATio!r , '. ifierthc expiration of three months. - rrFAU Kills for Advertisements, Job- ,Yorn, or 0uuovi.'i.v.. when contracted, except against those Willi j, wbom we have running;accounts. iKrSubscribers failing lo order discontin uance of the paper , at tne expirations i me timoTor which they may have subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it - wil 1 be continued to them accordingly. ICJ'IVo icr will bo Bent out of the comity unless paid for in adv?nce. X&T Advertisement t inserted at iip ll lar per Square of Twelve Mne or Lei, Tor tuo nrsi mseinuu , & ' ' Cents for each continuance. Icy Persons advertisihe by the year, wnl be charged Forly Dollars fora whole col umn, Twenty Dollars for one-half, Yen Dollars for one-quarter. No devta t t:i from these term J ttvder any circvmslances. Iirj The privilege of yearly advertisers is ' frirtly limited to their own immediate and regular btshmn;...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 March 1859

I j.- ; L. ; . 1 I i ' FAYETTEVtLLE OBSERVER,-" FBEE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N, O. WALLACE, Editor. OrricE Al the same Old Stand: Sign of the "Obterver Printing Ofice." F1YETTET ILLE, TENN: ',, 1 1 mm 1 1 . Thursday ISorning, jSIarch 10 1359 Democratic State Convention. We trust that the Lincoln CouDty Delegates will not forget that the Democratic State Convention meets in Nashville; next Thursday- A full attendaucew earnestly desired. To cecure success, harmony , must prevail,-past differences be forgotten, and a determination to carry the Decafr cratic flag triumphant over alt oppo sition, pervade the whole party. It would be a matter of (lira regret to fee the only organization that has al ways stood by the Constitution, and more than ona time saved the Union from dissolution, so distracted as. to render.it powerless for good. Let Lincoln have a voice, say we, potent for good, ia the Convention. - The Stale Senalorsliip. We find the following commucici tion iu the Nashville Uni...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 March 1859

4- ' v V - . . . . . . ' ' . . v - . . - , . - , - . ' - ...... - . v . - . - - . tr 1 t it , L tajetlevi'ile Observer ree of Postage in Lmcoln Countj THURSDAY. 51 4 i:CH 10, 1859. ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE KEEP! , (O" Business men vri',1 pleasd Lear in mind that the . v. - . FAYETTEViLLE OBSERVER J one nf tbe Iwt ApvEimsixa' Mediums in the State, it hiving the . Largest Circulation cf any,, newspaper published in Southern Tennessee; whiiiin Lincoln county it is eipial to that of all other newspapers combined. COKliRF.SS -SIXTH DlSTIUCT. - ft7m Wo are authorised to announce Ifon. J:iu-s IS. Tlim:ts. of Maury, a candi date for Congress from ibis Congressional Dis trict. '--'. , (7- AYe nre authorize.! to announce lion. Geo. W Joniw, of .Lincoln, , a candidate .for.re-elec'.ion to Congress from this Congres 6 ion a 1 District. . . 6TATE 6ESATF LtlfCOt.S AJTO FCAKXUX. CpWe are authorized to announce Tjiz. .W.KfWBian. tisq.of Franklin, a candi lato tojeprefent Lincoln and Franklin counties ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 March 1859

r ilf '' .' x ; ' ; - . ' , . 1 . " ; r-t' - - , r, .--.-r. .n.. u , ,' . ' , . V e. ' ! ;' J i' - i ' i J ( i ' i . i t t : 1 1 Si 'V. . . " flunsarian Grass Seed. Lykciiecho, Lincoln co., Tomv - March 1st, 1859.; I certify that I raised tVe.IIungH ri.ia grass last year. ' It made a fine, yield; and the lny is befcr ih m any IcvrYtistd. ' I think it. surpsWa Timothy nnd Herd's gMss hay, :;i lonch as thoy Fcrpass Mi!kt hay. ,The reason I olilr for this is .is fo!--lows: I hjidgood Timothy ?nd II rdV grnsh bay and good i odder, and plteJ son.c cf each hir.d in my rcls. ncd my lorsts and mclt-s cut up th- Iiui)gtiu;ri, clean, r,rd ltft.ibe uti "in the r: ).;. r'i:jtl cr, I turned t lot of colts into my meadow whtn .they bad free access to' all my hay stacks, they ent freely. of lbe'3 Hun garian stacks, Vut did riot tat-any ot . the other bay stacks during some 2 or 3 , weeks -that they ian. in the meadow. Therefore, I conclude that the Hungarian is the best hay I evei J?aw. . Given un...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 March 1859

... v ' :-r.- t - i . . A. ill "Let all the ends thou ainVst at be thy Country's, thy God s, and Troth's" i i NO, L I FAYETTE VILLE, TENN: THURSDAY MiVRCH 17, 1859. f .... . . . T .- , i " ' ' t - ' ' i v i 1 i-' r 1 OTTvr ' Dollars for one yer if paid at . the time of subscription; Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, without deviation, . : after tbe expiration cf three months. C7AII Bills for Advertisements, Job " Work, or Subscription, considered due whan contracted , except against those with , whom we have running accounts. 0 Subscribers failing to 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 . wil 1 be continued to them accordingly. icyA'o Paper will be 6ent out of the . county unless paid for in advance. Advertisement f inserted at One DoU lar per Square of Twelve IJue ' or fer th'9 first insertion; Fifty 4'etits for each continuance. . JCT Persons advertising by the year, will b...

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 March 1859

FIVPTTPUIIIflnDWDnflD u m i ii i n. h i i . i . n. i i ii.M . 1 11 11.11 FREE CF POSTAGE IH LINCOLN CO. eiSliM Death of (Joy, ttrowu. Opposition Meeting. J South, N.O. WALLACE, Editor.' U9 At 8 meetinff of tha Whirrs anr! The pnioful duly devolve oponJAmericans of this coonty,-uu the of announcing to our readershtb inst. Col.Wm'.R.Rohinsnn wn kthftt Aaro.n'V. Unows, Postmstericulled to the chair and Geo. W. Hie- kuvuMi vi iu uimru wimo;, utcugins appointed oecretary. . ' Fat Washington yesterday (Thursday)! . Tho chairman having explained tniuiuuig, iuu wko, v jiuwuiuuma.jine oryect ot toe meeting, the lol During all the preceding day, hisjiowing resolutions were submitted lo friend here had been in a state of the convention bv It. E. Gilliland. r ...... r - - - , anxious suepenso, hoping to tne iast.q., nd unanimously adopted. mot uvoraoie inieu;irence. nuvet f foanng to learn the worst. Lr i j . t 17 at . 1 . , f a. -. ... a a- . a. . ... a. . v r m - i a . n a . the Z'Jth ol Wher...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 March 1859

t ayeUevillc Observer fore Of Postage In Lincoln Counfy t'iiimsi.iY,:ittitrii i?, isso. USIMESS NOTICE! ADVERTISERS WILL TARE KEED I tUt 03" Business men will recollect that FAYETTEV1LLK OBSERVER a One of the Vest AdvebtisinA MiiiUms In he State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION n-ir r.oisro odds ! or AT Mkwii apkb POBLIHUKU IN Soii'ijc'h) Jciwiwe. ( august t irttioii"t85t a' COMURE8B HIXTH M8TIHCT. 07" Vo uro authorized to announce Hon. Jliiur-ll. TlioiiHi, of Maury, a candi 'date for Congress from this Congressional Dia trtrt. . CT We'ara ulhoriied to announce lion. ". W' Join, of Lincoln, a candidate for re-elect ion to Congress from this Congro lonal District. KTATB BKSATr ttSCm.M AND FRANKUS. $CJW'o are authorieed Jo announce Tn. W. N uiuiin. Ksq.of Franklin, cundi Mate to represent Lincoln and Franklin count lee lathe Senatorial brain U ot uie ucm. ee Legislature. ' ' . fCJ We are authnrtr.ed to announce Dr. 'J. J. AtM i imtJi) , f Franklin, a ca..didato to repreeont 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. — 17 March 1859

a. lTFi - - 1 I ! . It How to Conquer Vicious Cow and - v . Horses, A writer in the Geoessoj Farmer fays: - I caro not how vicioos or. onman ngeable the horse or cow may have become, I can conquer tfiem by the flpplicatiou of a strong rope or chain just back of the - fore legs, and twisting iu a good lever until they yield lully. Balky horses may be conquered in this manoer so as to need no whipping, aud it is much mere humane than clubbing them, or cutting them up with lorturirjg whips. And a horse once conquered in -Ibis manner will not return to his tricks with the same driver us readily as when overcome by whip ping or'mauling. ' ' Cows may be conquered in the same manner, and broken of the habit of kicking very readily. One of my neighbors had a very vicious cow, last 6pricg, which they had fail ed iu milking after the moat deter mined efforts to succeed. I happen ed to hear the fict one day, and told them how to manage her, when lo, no more trouble was experienced. Iq the cour...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 March 1859

, ' . ..- . . .. . j s --. - .r ...... . " . i; -- 1 ! i r' 40. 46.V0L. 8. ' KrTwo Dollars for one year if paid at , the time of subscriptioiTwo olIl niul Fifty Cents, without deviation, .. after the expiration of three months. . ICPAH Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due f whn contracted, except against those with u .whnm,' we have running accounts. OCT Subscriber b faiVinglo order a discontin . nance of the paper, at the expiration of the .lime lor vnicu vucj aj noiv 01.., are'e-onsidered as wishing to renew; and it 'f "will be continued to them accordingly. : ' No Paper will be sevt out of the county- urlests paid for in advpuce. Advertiseroiuti-inserted at O110 Ilol 2nr per feHare f T -civ IJiae . r Lcs5, for the first insertion; rilty '. -Cts for each continuance. j Persons advertising by the year, will be charged Forty DollstfS fora whole col--wranT Twenty Dollars for one-halt. Veil OoUu r for one-quarter. AVa devia 't ion from tlxst terms under ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 March 1859

3 FATETTEME OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. - jj r v. v v " kx .N..0. WALLACE, Editor. QTTiaBAt the Same Old Staiul; Sinn n f Iht " Observer 1'rinting OEice." ng OJice. .FAYETTEYILLE TENN: nail Thursdav Mornin'r. f.Iarth 2i. lS5ft fnimrratir; Mt Airlift FOR GOVERNOR, , ' Isham G. Harris. OUR TICKET. To-day we throw our banner to the breeze, with the - name of Isham G. Harris, inscribed thereon. It is un necessary now to speak of tho quali ties of our candidate, or Lis p culiar fitness for the station. ' Suffice it to say that he is the present iucumb'?nt, -and so faithfully has he fulfilled the duties of his trust,' that even the know-nothings have fuled to find fault with him. Below may be found, P.fX(t from ihn TTri5rn & A mi nMn the proceedings of the Convention, that nominated him. Democratic State Conrrnlion. The Convention assembled in tbe Ilnll of tbe House of Representa tives at 11 o'clock, A. M., on Thurs day, March the 17th. The Hem. W. S. Munday, of Sumner, c...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 March 1859

v . f t 4 i. X I l , '- -i FayetteVillfe ObsfeVvel Free of Postage in Lincoln - Coantj .r- ' . ' 1 -i , ATI1 I IISDAV, Jjjrj RCU 2 V 1859. 8USir4ESSQTfGE! ADVERTISERS VILL TAKE WEED ! (CT Busines men will rAwilect that the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER one of the best Advertising ,Medicms in the State, it having the .-1..: LARGEST CIRCULATION OP ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN down enuszu. 3ugusllfrtion-t85i. . , . : ' j: -COSattESS SIXTH DISTBICT. -V . 07", We are authorized to announce Hon. JaiucII. Thomas of Maurr, a candi date for Congresa from thi Congressional Dis trict. ; ' : . - 6TATE SKNATK MNCOf.N AKD mKEIIS. ' tC?"We are authorized to antiornce T7. ,W. Kewinaii. Esq,, of Franklin, a candi date to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the text Tennes see Legislature. . We are authorized to. announce Dr. J. J. Abcriiath) ,rf Franklin, a candidate to represent Lincoln d Franklin comities iii the Senatorial branch of the' next Tennessee legislature. , !C7 Wre...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 March 1859

f ' . . - -. ' . . . - f t - . ' . " , . . : : ' ' ; - - r '' f ..-, f . I ' . i- v . 4 - 1 1 y f 4 i i U . pxm ana ate I Tbe nature of tbis disease is cot very different from that of spavin or splint It is a circular ring of bony matter foimed on Ibe pais tern' bone, generally affecting tha joiut, and i-gusifg stiffnets aud of molion in it Sometimes, Em;ll deposits of oeeeous (bon)) matter jire made on tbe pastern Lupb, of differeut shape nd size, w.bicb du not produce lame ness, and are called by borsemn, "cling fasts," and other- namte;-bot tbey are all cf tbe fame general na ture, and are called by vcteriaations, exostoses. As to thr origin of tbis disease, it is hereditary in vry many cvses. Colts only a few weeks old have been lounu jiuecieu wiin it. unwearied colts, which Lave been brought up by band have disclosed nt tbe fge ot four montls, Ewcllings. on tbe pas tern of both bind - legs, which ulti mately resulted ' in; stiff joints.. In fcuch cases, the animals bad not teen...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 March 1859

- - ' - " i 0 i; ' i i - i J h i !:! f B f f I If f T 1 1 NO. fc0L: 8. ' ! FAFETTE VILLI, TENN: "r? n". LU "or of three months. . Wort, or nuf rt;,air.5lt!ioS.wilh!6vmc ulj: T " JYf vhcncoutrartea.e -n , tj frreater the anrjovance thi?v oc rrrirnrsfaUirRio oMer . .iwcontin-j casjull tl0 greater their 'delight. uanceoftt.eV.Vesulril.,! W3 Air. TbomaS Bun- time for wLicu tn y J t0 rcnew; ft,i it' tinff: who redded 10 ft Village a few lire con-mereu - - ,r,1:n"!v v iU be cor.t;nue 10 - - f- , lO fto r:lcr Y llfolr in aIv,T,re. i? KirS?tL.efit insertion; riUy - CrU for each .Tenr, Ve charg.l rrl ij ' Dj jVn A for one-half, regnhir frunesi: a- including that of hshvM ftX)oll!ir. rAurouncnj? candidal JOf-Advertjjts jot dcd j will . nuniWr of nrvoi. u li ,(lfn le etmiiuued uvbl vrJtied out, ana jay exa-teJ. . . ,,, arutuitohj. done on Sew Mi'v11' " 11 anearages are iiv.u r " IdikdIy "lilM JUNE. : V '"' ' The V) iag Wife. ,; Y. come and feel how cold the hand That soon will colder he; Clarp...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 March 1859

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. FBEEJ3F POSTAGE IN UNCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE , Editor. Orfjoit-- At the time 0!d Stand:. Sino th O'uieri tr Printi::; Oftct." FAYETTEVILLE, TENS: i ii Thursday Morning, March 31, 1S59 gfomctratic gtafe Sirfcrf' FOR GOVERNOR, Isham G. Harris. WELL SAID. Have we a Ddwcbatic Party Amoso Us? This question is prompt ly and .well answered in the following paragraph, which we clip from' the Boston Post: Some of the Mutant Opposition and false hearted Democratic pres ses of tho country are tickling their readvrs by propounding the above interrogatory. The' children are said to be pleased with a straw, v,.n sml so we sui'pose we ought , ... . . r . ft- in. .lAnrll'ti tint OrmoMtlou oi the meagre crumbs of comfort al forded them in this innocent pastime. They will find out when the ballot boxes are closed in 1S6P, that there ; n nrr.nrniiio uarty among us,! i u w a - and a successful one, too. The glo- .. . ...-f kwtorU fit this countiy l ... t... .fief the Tin ted State...

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