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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 May 1859

'" & h rv it (5 5? J r x . to vol. or ill ft. OliQerVPriEableFBrniturelI - '.. . rp- - rr:. - : Frceof?oi?.-inLir.ccIa Ccmfj r- it i rz tr t ' k W Im i U -i W J Luli l iU&L ASVElulIEnSXILLTAKE EE9! (vr Bnciiieis TnM will rtcollurt t'uat (Vie FAYETTEVIIjLE observer U one of t!m Wst At;vehtisixg llKDica ia lie S.'.i'c, it liAvii: the LA'riGEGT CIRCULATION t)F ai:t ; i:vsrAri::: ruDLtsuED in TO. TO coyjr.y..-o fj7" We are .im! VlMTI! lilt-TI.K'r. .di'i.-cl ! t:i .-iroui.ee ITo:i. ol t.:anry, a e;-t,r,;- 1 ire fur Co::roi froia this Uor -rsioiiitl Dis- j ti.it. p- V.'i ere Rntli'M ',;'iry, a rnmlUUte lur r-i'):.;.i is1ri-t. TB SESATF T.IN-:'I.S AM' JT.ANKUV. r. -j'Vr air Imrizoil to :ii .t. -i: i.ft; 't'v.T,. V.7.C-n. E-i , of Fr.i kiii., a ra ;.ii- in tb., S.-! ::o:i.d b.ram-h of tba i.ext Tunnc- !atiirn. U a V.'e are authorized to nnm ni.ee j J: i-i,of l i'''o!:i. a, . i , i .-.i- . ... cour.Mes iit.- :luirlal iwcu on.is mm Ttir.csiee T;"".-';i'ure. n::i'in:-ST.Tivi:i,iN"oi.x ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 May 1859

i " a-i: " i . . . . . if. t : - f - .. ' ! : 0 i if 1 Profit of the OrcL'ard, ' It 13 reported that one ' of - our thft neihborhontl of Nash; villi, has, last fall, tflcr 'making 'a large smount of cider . and inegar from bis orchard, sold the balance of Lh apples to a New Yorker or 9, OOO.and the New Yorker cUrns that be will realize G,C0Q by the opera tion. ; ' ' - ,s,- -:-.-. - . -We suppose there is little doubt of bis being able to do il. The or chard consists of some 5.000 trees thru have iust corne into --'bearing The enterprising proprietor, has twelve thousand trees already set out, and will soon have tin orchard ', that will ield him an immense revc-Jof the class f go foot, John Torap liuc. ' kins I'll never make a philosopher One hundred acres of orchard Vill of you. . Next class in philosophy .. . . ! J contain some six tnousana trees, anu Mill yield enough the ixlh year after planting to pay all expenses, of trees, plautiug find cultivation. When m lull bearing, tbey w...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 May 1859

llFir o;p2r:l3t;c:r KT. Q. Wallace, "Let all the ends Ikon aiiaVt at be thy Country's, thy Cod's, aad Truth's" We i. in FA YBTTE VILLE, TllO: T f I UJISDAF, MAY 12, 1859 NO. 1.--V0L. 9. i n&rj&z masse tJirTwo Dollars for one year if paid at tbe time of subscription, Tvo Collars mid Fifty Cents, without df.ytation, - after the expiration of three months. T7AI1 Dil" for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against thusa with s wliom we have running, account. 03" 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 I be continued to them accordingly. ICPIV Paper will be sent out of the , countv unless paid for in advnnce. 05" Advertisement inserted at One Dol lar fter SGliare of Twelve IJii or L,e, for the first insertion; Filtv - Cciils for each continuance. - Fersous ftdvenisiJig by the year, will be char...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 May 1859

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. FREE GF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N;0. WALLACE, Editor. Qrrict--Atthttnvu Old Stand: Stan of lU vcjnr cnntivg UJice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENNt Thursday Morntug, . Maj 12, 1859; gtninuratir ht Sufcrf. .T0 GOVEllAOli, Isham G. Harris, -j j Taxrs cf Lincoln CcgijIvv Last week we gave a full and eor rcct statement of the amount cf tax able property, the number of polls etc , in this county. (By-the-bye,the phrase '"State tax," in our list, should have been ''State and County tax,") To-day, we propose showing, through the courteous aid of our friend i?, S. WooJard, E? q , to what purpose the large tax collected from the peo lle of Lincoln is avoHed. go far nsi records are an iudix. Hero is tbB uirocch, and R. C. Smith. ft'ibmcnt: Tax 'for St.nte on $8,507,771, at lOcta per $100 $8,507 77 Tax for Sti-te. To-iVIe fax on 39,425, at 20cts per 100 7R 85 Tax for State on 2,342 polls at 25cts each, 585 CO "Tax for State, double tax on 3 pills at50cU eacb, 1 DO .rJ,173 C2 Tax Tor ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 May 1859

Fayetteville Observer ree of Postagein Lincoln County 'tniinsnAV. maw m. isa;. -z. PPS!HQ& MRTlPi? itfiiii&s.0 tsU B EUlb AnifcnTIviTF.Q Will TAkT'UFED! tilt I i-il IwUliV 111". - TTi collect that the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER one of the best Advertising Memums in. he State, it having the . LARGEST CIRCULATION "OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN - CONGRESS SIXTH DISTRICT. f-T 'c are authorized to announce Hon. J;.iie.I3. IBf'Bias, 01 , date for Congress from this Congressional D;s - We are authorized to announce Mr.j , inuou.i0i....j v" la rorii of Maury, a cnnuiaaie ior n Manrv. a cnndiuate lor 1 Corarcss from this Uorgrwonai .mi .cu 1 I 1 . BTATK SESATK tQWe are au'.honzeu io am We are authorized to amo-iiii - .. - - . 1 . TV. fL'fivi:::i ti. Lsn-01 rraiiKi vi.:), a candi - .1,,; tnr,,,P,ent Lincoln and Franklin count u-s in the Sectorial branch of the next 1 eui.es- t,je amoUnt 0f money M large potk j liaiJlOd WlU) a HC dovrn into tLlS j Feathers and Ginseng-Feather are i de 6CJ a...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 May 1859

$m ante frarfcro. History of ihc PJor. The first plow is soppoced to have keen the rutW Iranchof a tree, cut & m to hjiye a cleft end, the point of which dragged along tho turfuce cf the ground, scr?:p.-d a furrow into which stvd j were thrown. Jt soon occurred to the p.u&l.amlmp.n .that he might relieve his own Ibur by yoking sin enimal to the Iojig Mtm of" this primitive instrument; then arose the necessity fur a handle, affixed to the hack, so that the plow might to gui thd. The strength of tho miiinnl soon wore tway or Irohe oil' the cleft cf tho branch, and this necessi ty ZHKQ io to the iuveuticn of means for attaching moveable shi.res, fiist of wood, next of stone, cepper or iron, worked to a shape adapted to the cutting of furrows, eo ss to a void the excessive labor arising from the plowman's having to lean upon the plow with til Lis weight, to press it into tho earth. Just euch an iu- fetrument as these coi jectcresindicate, was used by the B.ixons. Some ol the fac...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 May 1859

II, rc?jam.mJ t -i. Winers. y7KaiaKwrr.- ' I ( J V O- Wallace, "Let all the ends thon aini'st at be thy Country's, thy Gods, and TruUiV Proprietor 1 r. h li ( V '. NO. 2. VOL 9. WanutnnaianBlaMUM 6JTwo Dollars for one year if paid at the time of subscription, Tvo Doll'irs and Fifty Cents, without deviation, after the expiration of three months. C?AII Kills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. (sjTS.ibscribers failing to orders discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, Rre considered as wishing to renew; and it wil 1 be continued to them accordingly. ICPIVo I'hjkt will bs sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. C7 Advertisement t inserted atOiM- Hol lar trr Square of Twrfve J J fie j r Lrs, for tho first insertion; 1'ilty j Cm I for each continuance. j liZT Fersons advertising by the year, will be charged S'orly E)oll:irfc...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 May 1859

0 p F AY ETT S V ! LLSO B SERV E R . FREE CF POSTAGE iSTKCOm" CO. claim the right to ffo iDto ceiv Terri tory, and try the now land with their slave?, till tbe territory becomes a sovereign State, and then bow to its will as before all other sovereigns. This is ft just and cquitallo claim, . WISCONSIN.- Wiisconsin-is a great country and to the north-west illimitable. The people end legislature repudiate the N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. ';scmy, rriHiws Owe." j northern States.' not bv the force of v,....i....., it . uiond, but naturcllaws. L. . . .. . . , 1 VMTTEVILLB, TEiNK: i jfogi-s outline who tnko a MONETARY. irg view of things. To: t m V ,r- M I WT 1 J 1 I 1 . II 1 . ' Fugitive Slavo Law, their debts, the founded on a fair interpretation olINe, and almost every thing else. tho b to regions for which it b best adapt-0r State rihts aad the facts cf the cu. ii win iio nowm ro else, ion South Carolina Jnstice. , A few weeks ego, it was announced that two men, in South Carolina, were lega...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 May 1859

- ' " - - - -i im i T 1 - tt I li r -ran - j- - o . , , 4 4 Free of Postage in Lincoln Ccanfy , J- .. I ULLi I I III f Il.-l .1 11 IuutA1' yk' I3- ,.9' BcigR-aji pgy tickets isthesanw asfcereloforo only ;Cnta:nirg a description of-til the 0&ia"Jiu&i3 2 I bill one and two dollars. Tee sue sk.jmot notable wonders and celebrated inVTRTiCrr-Q VM! I TtZ vrrp.i jed is so email as toplncethe Ube of fhe 'curiosities in the world, together with GO" Business men wi'.l riccllect that the FAYETTE VI LIE OBSERVER s 0!i- of the best,1. AnviiiiTiiixG ilcPTrirs the State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION )F AMY vs?ATmi??b?SJED ix !.Hl. COKGUESS SIXTU DlaTKICT. CT We are authorized to announce jyon mjKa. -S'lioiMas, of Ma-ny, a cM - .di - '.lata Kir (ii'rrn.cs fr,m thi . niiii"ri-ss:ii,n!'l)i trict. " S'ZP Wc ere authorized (o announce I.Taj ,V.-tu. 12. I'c.'Jt.of Maury, a candidate for Gotigrcss ircm this Critcss-iiii.ul District. EC? We are authorized to an ounce T;3. j iu the Senatorial ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 May 1859

V r r : it I I. AvJ SiFFERijcFThTcows Cows, under certain constitution al circumstances, aro naturally dis posed to convert tbeir " food into fat, so much so that there is great diffi culty in keeping some classes in a breeding state, more especially im proved Short Hwrns, Devons and Ilerefords. Turn a cow ol this description into rich grass, and she is soon useless fur auy thing but the shambles. The quality of milk she gives may be fiue, but the quantity fdmost nothing. We had a Davon, Iho property of a noble Duke, which carried off tin first prize of her cluss at ono of the Iloyal Agricultural Society's meetiugs, not gitiug more than one quart at a milking. On the other band, there is a class of cows naturally inclined to turn all their food into the pail. Turn a cow of this kind along with the one abvve, and sho will rather jet poorer eTery day, if the milk is taken from her, while her plump and sleek rival is gaining weight. The former will consume greatly more grass and wa ter...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 May 1859

,. A i -'UP 4 v 4. i 4 I ! ; I A i ' - r J i ' A 'A. KT. O. Wallace, NO. S. VOL. 9 OTTwo Dollars for one year if paid at the time of subscription, Tvo Collars nui Fifty Cents, wi r notJT deviation, after the expiration of three months. XAII Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription , considered due vlien contracted, except against those with 'hom we have running accounts. OCrSabscribers 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 will be continued to them accordingly. IcyiVo Paper will be sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. 5" Advertisement e inserted at One Dol-- lar ier Sqtiare f Twelve Lines or Less, for the first insertion; Fifty Cents for each continuance. ZT Persons advertising by the year, will be charged Forty Dollars for a whole col umn, Twenty Dollars for cne-half, Yen Dollars for one-quarter. Xo devia tion from tliest ' terms under any...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 May 1859

1 .w.-! t , rl w m imMtw frT I III i. I mit4 : FAYETTE? ILLS OBSERVER. K. 0. WALLACE, "Editor. The Cacse cf the War in Europe. Alistnn rlaims f hsif zha riolitlv FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CQ. and controls Lombardy and Venice; that she lias a right to con trol them us she sees fit; that ia or der to this she must maintain with the several neighboiing Italian States such an influence us will render Lombardo-Venitian sovereignty safe. Therefore sI:o keeps uj a partial military occupancy of the central Italian States and virtually rules in all Italy. Sardinia is the only large Ilaliai proviuce which is an exception. There Austria has no power, and the policy of Sardinia which is favorable to the islablishment of constitutional Governments iu Italy, is hostile to that nf Austria, which tends to the maintenance of the strictest military despotism. Sardinia and France, sympathizing with her, on the con trary, claim that ti e Austrian occu pation of Itaty is injurious in its ef fects on th...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 May 1859

. i - - V if favetteville 6bserveriBooks- - Who la it that doesn't like a good Free of Postage la Lincoln Counlj THL'llSDAV. ITIlV IS.10. ill BUSINESS . ESS ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE KEEP! DtT" Business men will recollect that the FAYE1TEV1LLE OBSERVER i one of the bent Aovebtisikq Mediums in the State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION It'ST LONG OIDX3S! or any newspaper rur.usiiED in . Sjujiicirn JciiKssa coNour.ss tiixrn mstuil'T. C7" Wo "are authorized to announce Hon. Jai'icsii. Tiioiiias. of Maury, a onn.ii- macd a iarge circulation lata for Con gress from this Congressional Dis-1 trirt. Zf We are authorized to announce Mnj Win. II. I'olU. of Maury, a candidate for Congress from this Congressional Distiu t. TATK bKNATF LINCOLN AM K11ANKUS. !tLPWe nre authorized to nntionncc 1'uz. Vi, Actvniuii. Esq , of Franklin, n Oixr.di da.c to represent Lincoln anl Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the text Tennes see Legislature. . . HQ MIC nmil'H6ltl n; ruiuiuiai: I'll . m , J.J....

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 May 1859

t II - farm atft ai&tu Calling Fence Timber. A practical farmer in a communi cation to the Germantown (Pa.) Tel egrapb, advances a peculiar theory in regard to the period for cuttieg imux -r lbtended lor fences, es-petial jr iur pusi!. ine prevalent opinion in icgardto the bebt time, is when the timber is cost fiee frcm fp, and Uie very worst lime is when it ccn tains the most sap. This practical farmer referred to entertains the very ppp.ite ojioion. Ou oco oocasion he cut down some excellent white viik in the mouth of February and fetfi it out in ft nee posts, and utter this he cut down the same kind of timber in the month of May, (when it contained most free sap) and set - it out into posts also. The former posts lasted only six years ; the lat ter enduring twenty. two years. This correspondent also advocates the cutting of timber for rails about lne month ol May when it contains most sap, Il fays if timber is cut Hist info rfeisi, (New Drug Store t Theory and Practice. Oli, ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 June 1859

"Let all the cirds tbotrnira'st at be thy Country's, tby God's, and Truth's" - " WHOLE KO. 42a NO.' 4. VOL. 9. 4 4 4- '3t ! - CTTwo Dollars for one year if "paid at the time of subscription, T o Dollars ami Fifty Cents, without uktiatwh, j " alter the expiration of three montns. VAU ilills for 'Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due vhen contracted , except 'against those with whom we Lave running aerfuuts. ftT Subscribers, failing I o order a discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the .time for which they may have subscribed, are convened as wishing to renew; and it will he continued to them accordingly. Cjr Ko raircr. w ill be '-sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. OCT Ad Tenement t inserted at Oiif Dol lar er !)ii;trc of Twelve' lAnr , or L.c.s , for the Erst insertion ; a ihj Cels for eacli contirT5aiice. tt3 rer-ins advertihina bv tlie year, rm i cLar-d rovty Dollar fora vhole col- umn,.Twonty 2o!l;rs - for one-half, ' Yea IoSUarf0t ...

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

FAYSTTEV1LLE OBSERVER FREE OF POSTAGE 1(J LINCCLN CO, V A A, M. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrnoK Attfu$ame Old Stand : J&iei-m Printing Oftce." Sifti of tin IM YETT EVIL LG, TENNx Tkimday Blorulug, June 2, 1859. V ffriiiocraiir t;ttf ion governor, Isiiam G. Harris. HOW TO VOTE. Wo take the following article from the Quid Nunc, a ucnib'.r one paper edited by Col. J.. J. Pry or, who was once as good n Whij; as he is now a 1) tm-cr.it, and a man of seriEo and mettle. Ho eavs: There are two great and control ling rontideratiuns that should be reiiu inland by Southern men, whin unking up tin ir minds how to otu in tho cuming dictions. One is that the Democratic party is tho enly party in Iho country that possess.-s kith the inclination and the powirto protect the constitutional rights of tin Sjulh; the ollnr that tho Demo cratic is the only party thai possoas td buth the inclination and (he on er to acquie Cuba. Tho only way by whieh the Oppo-t-i'.ion can ubiaiu couliol oi tho gov ernment i...

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

I - J V 5? 6 H 1: s 1: HI i. r (I SVVP.flftviIln 5 rih'cPtvni!DaiI:- ' '" ; . free of Postage tn Lincoln Coaitt,yPIf,rble nni,, ia this county, gives llU 1 is V V ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED I OCT" Business men will recollect that the FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER Joncofhe Lest Advertising Mediums in the S;ate, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION XOINTO- ODDS ! OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN . gitgust flfciiM--18o9. CONGRESS SIXTH DISTRICT. CO" We ure authorized to announce Hon. 3niM- tl. TlJKias, of Maurv, a candi date for Congress friru this Congressional Dis trict. - " IP We are authorized fo announce Maj "VT:i- It. S'oSIt. of Maury, a candidate for Cocgres from this Congressional District. STATU SESATF-- MSCOI N AND FKAKKI.IJT. tOWe are authorized f announce Inz. .W.Kewnsan. Ecq.of Franklin, a candi date to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the next Tennes see. Legislature. ECJ Ve are authorized to announce Dr. 5. J. Abern:it!iy,of Franklin, a' candidate t...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 June 1859

ou , V ; 1 If I. i at;;t ant V rrd (Vtiiisnfcro ftrOctrs V? r.v-w. K ; Vf w. A.-snAVth widow Ofcihb. in her cheiabcr est, JSjR.LoA.rv.InibhtO WVtLiOugb ; wUom itsd fairand somewhat fat, JOliT pspr to ail Xl.O rrav fUlIrT-i ing wit h cot us c u their Wt, that tbey l . .... . V 1 Jnxy . tie cured w itr.ont ttvtnt v-hve wtiVs i ;p us-v, cud "t itliOut pvHu;cir anv r-nut. Use t TrttV.y 15 Take i q'u.t jKVts'i !rong e.'.wphor it V, ll;lX Ir.CUK y.n! it-1 n t' v C'u ( u.c vtnu sou .nr: it xit)i the b3e tnixturv ttttMi U.r.e times t tr day., lu a vi ik, t taill t, the ecru wj.I utlwr c mo rut (without piiu) or it will ite lii iiing, And we assure your readers that the cure thu3 made. will hi permanent; - the same cause, how ever, reduces the same results, and HDothtrcorr. may cunie where ow has hpen cured uule.s the cause of corns is removed. We know by ex perience (the best . cf teaching) that this remedy is certain to edict a cure. Th corns should be kept pared down to the quick while th...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 June 1859

- . r . . .. . . .' .:. . ------- - ' YS O- Wallace, "Let all the ends hoa aim'st at be thy Conntry's, thy God's, and TmthV.", t. t: NO, 5.---.0L, 9. FAYETTEVILLB, TENN: TflURSDAFv JUNE 9; 1859; li llflLE NO. 421. F i; -I ;U 'if. -. j 1' 7 i - ! i CCTTwo Dollars for one year if paid U the time of subscription, T.v Iollrs mid Tifty Cents, without deviation, after the expiration of three months. T7AI! Bill for Advertisements, Job Work, or .SiiWription, considered due when contracted .except against those with wbom we have running accounts. (Subscribers failing 1o order a discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the lime for which they may have subscribed, are coil idered as wshinto renew; and it wil I be continued to them accordingly. ICT No l:iicr will be eent out of the countv unlebBpaid for in advance. CtT Advertisement i inserted atOiif Dol lar irr Sqimre of Twelve Lines or Its . , for the first insertion; Filly Cents for each continuance. t :T Persons advertising by the...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 June 1859

r A i itT i Ev 1LLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CQ. N. O. WALLACE, Ediior. , - 11 OrncK Al tie same Old Stand: Sinof tin ' Oburvti Printing Office." FAYETTEYILLE, TENK: Thursday Morning," June 9, 1859. 'fraritrafic Mt Sxrliti FOR GOVERNOR, I sham G. Harris. 'L-iM.-l 1 The Gubernatorial Discussion al Bdivar. Pryor, of ibe Quid Nunc, who lis teued to the candidates fir Govern cr at Bolivar, gives a most interest ing account or the discussion, from which we clip the following: 'Before hearing the candidates, we acknowledge that we had some misgivings about tbertsult. The party ress on both sides bragged a great deal, nd the Opposition, we thought, rather outbragged our flieuds, the Democrats. We knew Col. Netherlaud's power, his agility, his adroitness, his wonderful tact, and we fchould not have been at all sur- yrised to have seen him oine off victor, even in a bad cause; we have reen that sort of thing done so often. And then Col. Ne therlaml as to have the reply, and the c...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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