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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 June 1859

Payetteville Observer!1110 fcDsalcanTass tree 6 T Postage In Lincoln County TIlL'llSDAV, JUNE O, I 50. BUSINESS NOTICE I ADVERTISERS. WILL TAKE HEED I 07" Business men will recollect that the FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER ) one f the beat AbvtBTlsixa Mediums in the State, it haying tho LARGEST CIRCULATION 33Y LONG ODDS ! OF AMY EWSFAFEU PUBLISHED IN S'cqil)grn Jpr)e3gcc. - : gpstfftion-1$50. ELECTION: Tiiit.sday, August 4. ; CONGKESS SIXTH J1 STRICT. 07" Wa are authorized to announce Hon. SniMrsII. Thomas, of Maury, a candi date for Congress from this Congressional Dis trict. tcjT We are authorized to announce Maj Win. II. I'ollt.of Maury, u candidate for Congress from this Congressional District. STATE tESATF LIHCOLW AKP FBANKLIX. CjfWe are authorized to announce 'I ni. Xv.ievninn. Esq., of Frnnklin, a candi date to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the text Tennes see Legislature. CP We are "authorized to announce Dr. J, J. Altein.itllj.of Franklin, a can...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 June 1859

aiiV ate; ! TO DESTROY RATS. The only approved methods are to employ tar around ibeir holes and runs, and if possible lo catch one of the enemy, tur him well and let him g; or so to bianco the top of a hairel that it will turn easily, and de posit the vcrinia ia water." The iron wire cage trips, and the common hutch traps, re sometimes useful in houses, hut they soon lose tboir 'fficcy, because after' one or two rats r caught, the others find ut tlt!it it is a dangerous machice, smd do not go into it. The traps then do more Iwrra thin pood, be cause the rats smell the bait, come to it from all j)arts, and, ns we have seen, news flies quickly nmong.them; you get your neighbor's rats as well hs your own into your premises. They play around the bait, but do not go into the trap; then, being hun gry, both the f Integers and the orig innl rats of the place begin foragiDg :ibout, nnd make boles in the corn ;eus. cup-boards, &e. The sun thing holds goud wi h the fly-papers; it is true ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 June 1859

"Let all the ends Ihoa aim'stat be thy Country's, thy God's, ;tsd TrnihV WHOLE NO. . 422. FAYETTEV1LLE, TENN: TMRSDAF 16, 1859. NO. 6. VOL. 9. 3 JUNE ' , . i - . . , : ' GtrTwo Dollars for one rear if paid at the time of subscription, To Ii liars it ml Fifty Cents, wiruoyT deviation, . after the expirationof three months. -V7A1! Rills for 'Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered "due when contracted, except against those with M-hom we have running accounts. CCrS.ibscribers failing o order discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the ,tirno for which they.may have subscribed, ara considered as wishing to renew; and it wil be continued to them accordingly. .'ICPtVo Paper will be sent out of the count.v unless paid for in advance. KT Advertisement t inserted atOn Dol lar per SQiinre of Twelve um or; Cess, for the first inserts; Tilt, ' by tl.. ye.. lh ,"n'irri-Mi; Cents for each continuance Persons advertising by tl charged Forty Ili Ten Dollars for one-quarter....

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 June 1859

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. i. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Oxfick AtlTiisame Old Stand: Bignof the ' Obtervei Printing OJice." FATETTEVILLE, TENN: " Innreday Morning, June 10, 153. - - ftYf-miYfmftf hU iMfkft FOR GO van NOR, Isiiabi G. Harris. . ' J.J J ... VOTERS OF LINCOLN I ue ncauy lor me Mine: tial contrSi8, where the field will be We wish to impress upouonr'par- occupied by the Republican and Dem ty the necessity of a perfect organi-0(T8,ic forces, marshalled in battle zation preparatory to the coming elec tion, when every man, and particular- ly theivoung men ot the country, should be prepared to battle manful-j may have committed and it un- ly in bth-.lf of the Democracy. It jdoubtedly Las many to ancr for is tbe dutv every young man owis!"te!w wconbwtencirt il may have ,. " l t ,f-fallen into, we must bear in mind that to Lis country, to connect Limsclf. goutheru 8latesme b&Ve rule(1 with the party that is nalicn.d m!fenr,reme in jts C0Unci!s, and Lave...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 June 1859

I, I'i r f s i' Li Fny etteville Observer Free of Postage la Lincoln Conntj TIIUIISDAI', JUSC 10. 1859. NOTICE! ADVERTISERS ML TARE KEED! 07" business men will recollect that the . FAYETTEYILLE OBSERVER . ') ore of the best Advebtisiso MEDiCaia in the State, it having the " " LARGEST ClFtCULATlCW - 332" X-OiNGr OTDIDS ! OF ANY NEWSPAPER FUBLI3UED IN August Irrtiii 1859. . ,. ELECTION: Thursday, August 4. COSGBESS SIXTH DISTEICT. (7- We are authorized to snnounce Hon. 3:uii II. Thomas, of Maury, a candi date for Congress from this Congressional Dis trict. rj We are authorized to announce Maj Wm. XI. -rolls, of Maury, a candidate for Congress from this Congressional District. STATR SEXATK--LISCOI.N AND t BAKKUX. . jcpWe are authorized to announce Tnz. W. Newman. Esq , of Franklin, 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. Abernathy.of Franklin, a candidate to represent Lin...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 June 1859

VaQCEl Those Caterpillars' Ncsls. Have you destroyed them yet? If not. there is no tirao to lose be fore you nrj among them with an es tormiiiJor. They are m-slled in the prongs of those fins apple treos; nml they s.ro daily, nr-idly increuHiig their onn !iin' iions, find spreading thtir webs tonvmlj theoutcr bran olios. St-, it is, Hyto destroy i!k!u nd ihiir finely spun domicilii. O ie f the amplest aud most ef fective? m i les of destroying thvm, is by the npplie.ition of fctiong sonp h.uU. Whiileoil p..ap is tho btht, it t Laiid, if n)t, make a strong tola- ion ci common soft soap. To the end of a pole of suitable dimensions fasten a Rvub of soft i!d ttatb, or sponge. Fill this with the tuds, and aprly it to the nests or webs of the cattrpiihr. With care every part of the nest and its con tents may be readily brushed from the bratah. The solu'ion of tin foup tiil destroy tvny insect which comes in contact with it, without in- jury lo ibe liamrus. It taken in si tifcon, ttis ensv...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 June 1859

' '' tVj.. - 1 J" ' ? . r 1 - 11 , 1ST. G. "717110,00, "Let all the ends (boa aim'st at be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth1! HfBTTByiUB. TilO: TliTOBAF, JUNE 1850. NO. 7 VOL. 9. I 4 O iiU i i--imn n Ml WW ' riTT""""1 himhhw rerg-jataa gn-tasmiil I Ml ! nTOg,iramr u f CCrTwo Dollars for one year if paid at I UtrOlll ll$ttXlt$ the time of subscription, m EJOiinrs i.twl Fifty Coins, without in vi atiov, ' after the expiration of three months VfAll Kills for Advertisements, Job- Yvork. or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with whora we have running accounts. 07 Subscribers Tailing to order a discontin- lC?So lpcr will he sent out of the count v unless paid for in ndvnr.ee. Advertisement t inserted at Ono Dol lar per Snnnrr of 'I wvt e i.iisp EstablUlimcnt cf the County Court of Lincoln county Elcciian of Officers Comiaissionfrs appoin ted to locale the Scat t'f Justice, ! lance of the raner, at the expiration of the .,1. time for which they may have ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 June 1859

I ( FAYSTTSVILLE OBSERVER. i!,i3' TREE CF POSTAGE IN LlisCGLEi CO. " TI--g - . rirt - - - N. K WALLACE, Editor. OrricK 4tftii Old Stand: Signof tllt " Oltervet Printing OJZce." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: iPEcrliccs, and las carried (he art of dodging to a high degree of per- ec.ion. Gov. II. is u impressive eloquent speaker, and tha . Euperior of his opponent iu point of talent. The day passed off gloriously for the Democracy Every Democrat retired from t hi. delate perfectly sat isfied aud delighltd will) the speech of Gov. IInrris. During a portion of lie discus sion we were necessarily absent, and, consequently, for some of the facts of this report, v.e are indebted frituds iu wltm v.e have full coufi IsnrMlay-Morning, June '23, 1S5$. dei.ee. FOR GOVMiXOK, Isham G. Harris: THE CHEERING. The Democracy of the Old Do minion lave achieved a great victo ry, notwithstanding a. liht decrease in our usual majority. Let us take cournge as well ?.s warning fiom the result. Where the Democracy act...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 June 1859

- 1 i X K -Jt- n Fayetleville Observer! cTccdr ; u uu . u jusi ucisuet: rc.uiog n Free of Postage in Lincoln Ccun.y 1 1 Uir ,vli,lc'u n- Gco.-W. Jones 'Jo the Dtmcciatic iSiate Ctutr.il isuiivn.iv, jum;2s. i.'.9. GREAT BATTLE KCAR KIUN! f . .riovUion3-TbeTcciPtof bacon are very j DISTINCTIVE TlTLE3 ICR EDITORS. ! fKfKPFI.Y SAI F HF I AF!).- ligbt, and wjth a limited demand, prices Lav ,,,.-,. . , v 7 . V .1 ,eii-uuv given wav since last weeK. We aiic iiauuimi auicnuu uaaiau.'s c " T . , tit W-sw&a the mi, .1 "Eau'Jfu'K'Tta ! C n niitfu, shotting the cause of the) DydiaviilMd tuU Q lt-&i!gral govern nu-n.i.d ubat part) ADVERTISERS J7ILL TARE HEED! 0O Business men will rt collect that tho FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER 1 one of the best Anvemisixo JIkmuks in the State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION X.OINTC3- OXI3S ! OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHLD IN 25,000 iiistrians, and 12,000 1? I. Ir:ll...l II ileLnl JYlhfd.. j jacked, 2c advanco on these prices is deman- New York, June 18. -The s...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 June 1859

in a ice V. farm autt (Sarten. How to get Sick. II. II. M. writes: "I bkpt in a loom oLe night which bad been wash ed out during the day, and was not! quite dry. 1 awoke next morning; with a sore throat, which hascontin-i ued tvtr iince." The resu t i, be J has hud to jiL.uiidoii his theological Studies nid pluca himself undtrr; . . , i irca'.nunt, hfur Laving lot nearl , two yeara time. II. M. writes: "I Wellt to sleep top ot nu i 1 I bt-x, end have never been well! , ,, r, , since. C oriSUmption. s T. 11. tOt-k :i Yiry Severe Cold,! convtrtaticu was laborious, but be had an j.ppoiutment to preach, and felt i.s if be must fulfil it. lle;l,avn's su d u,e s!ldrt bours vllh r:,Ptare made the attempt, but the utterance! the daylight fetter m, stilL was attended with a pricking pain in j xhe )osou post s:s JontVknowl iu the throat, and then a dull hurting C(,,e of lhe L;rcMC) i:ltlgUlg( is im,. cuine iu the throat, with subsequent iited how tlo V0l, nj;lke a jert: neinmicg acu iruuiess ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 June 1859

: i w f : V O. "7 allace, NO. 8. VOL 9. liiirn nw 1 fc'i pii i 07T o lUlnr for one year if paid at the time of subscription, T o Doil:u mid Fifty Cents, without peviation, after the expiration of three months. XrTAII UIIIh for Advertisements, Job-Work-, or Subscription, considered due "when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. 07 Subscribers failing to order disemtin nanceof the paper, at the expiration of trie time for which they may b,j,re MiWribcd, re considered Trisninpr to renew; and it "wil; ne confirmed to them accordingly. CJ IV I:nrr will be eent out ot the county unless paid for in advance. 07" Advertisement inserted at On Il- Jar nrr!qnnrcof Tnclvc I.me r Lcs !for ke first insertion; Fitly I i:enis for each continua.e. ; Court adjourn to the town ol Fay- maker, Thomas Johnston, John Kel- 'I.SSnSStSijd to hold the:ley,andA.Laughlin be viewers to iimn. Twenty iiiar f.r ..i.e-hulf, I n(,xt Court in the town cf Fayette-, view aLli murk ofi a rt...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 June 1859

V FAYETTEViLLE OBSERVER. TREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. .-.&-V..- .- Don't Want TLeir Vctcs. At Shelby ville, as we are inlbrm- Terrific Fkhl ivilh a flattie Snake. I We have hitherto supposed-tbe cd, Col. Netuerlam) justified Lid day long siuco passed for chronicling vote against exempting the last hoe, ja big snake fight io,the icinity ol ibe last plow, and borse' of tbo poor .'the Central City, but tuck it appears debtor fiora execution, and asked if .is not the case, l'ro in a scene which re there was a man in the crowd who cenlly transpired within a short drive would avail himself of the law. "If! from the court-house. Some of the there is such 'a man here," said he J older residents will remember a buil- "let him holdup his hand!' A voter! ding which fcimeily stood en Pr s- iu the croj'.d promptly held up his IpecS Hill, ;.bout tlx miles distant ibm hand iu answer to the appeal. This 1 Peoria, and which was destroyed some w;iS more than Col. Nltherlaxd ex- seven or eicht v...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 June 1859

J t b , . . . . . . . . wnm v. try tTTiiwu.i hub 'gnxtx: - "..-rs -r t'ayelteville Observer iU(mr ' iice j The Sciestific Amiican. The Free cf Po'starc in Lisfo!;i Cocnivi publishers of this widely circulated and popular illustrated weekly jpbr- Nero for Sale. On the first Monday in August, ! o d of mechanics and science, an- r?.!5fK, F. r. r-K p ( o -'U i; that it will Le enlarged "on tiCjv5ail)) Uiv3 I Lu 5 ) the first of July, and otherwise great- ADVESTiSEuS WILL TAKE-KEEP! , 03-Business men will recollect 'that the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER oue of the best Apvebtisixu IIeticms in the State, it having the LARGEST ClflCULATlON . - - 3HJ" LONG GDEB I ' OF AXY.KEWSl'APEE PUBLISHED IN giigusl jHrctimi-lgap- "iaScT'lOS: TiiccSmi, Acocst 4. coscr.rss -i.th pisti:ict. v.'o are authorized to announce ITor. J:ss. 5. Tli'-Krs. of Manny a randi . data for CwPrcoS trout this Congressional Dis- iy improved, containing sixteen pa ges ins cad of tight, tbo preseut size, which will make it the larg...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 June 1859

MT2ir.rn:r. 3 .MoIssspr. .t 11 rWn Pnr.owl . last; nensnn ' in M.v,n, .r.iArmnim.n miti r Km i-.t. RvniM. I ihouhra scriptiouof ray moda of operation tnigbt be acceptable to some of jour imtarjin re i lers. I think thtt the rirermelou will not mtke sag ,r in conq incc of the my properties of tbeyrapheib:iiodlo t:nt con- latency; bjt fur tbssvrup, it haa no ..U.-lr.i.r .f..f t,r.,-rv"in. il kinds ..1 ;u ,v;va .., Mblm?. ... . . pot than tm i It 14 al excellent lur taWe uae. , Y., II 1 Yttlll A V The liT-Kj.-s- is vt-rv simfde. 1 1 press, J"ok. hfreo: o, n tall, IJLulLliUo, L fi tfifd fjflU , thejaice -by. linnd, by putting the V,U(' f;iC fJ ol..M"k V? Srn3 0 Przmmr to proper. consistency ia a cupper 1 oJ Solemnly swear ia; ;vf.T.-0C. W7? ),ttll Frorv experiments wUh 1 ot Cuurt, and us hn;.;- J-ZJ, have mad, I think that we- c.nnot U.trs,'.tbalt a,kiJl -V0U1 0Z jLcS, u better return lor our proumi ' : ' ,V. ,'" ' A ;1 I ! ;0 , ! by this T rocess. I nmu Irora 4. . - r it. , mi , p.., n...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 July 1859

WBMWIW W. WW 1 ' . tit ! I t t iPropriotor, "Let nil the ends fhoti nliuVt at be thy Counti) V, thy ttod'v, ami Truth'? NO. 9--VOL !). PAVBTTBVILLB, .TUNNY Til 11 USD ,11', - JUL V 7, 1 859. WHOLE Ml: 125. awl.wix,!-iwwW-'ivaiaumnrocw ': A A If ;i I allftni w lily ly wlJiy lilt w O- I'Ao llolliit (or mm j tair if piid nt lliotinm if mihscripthMi, T.i t ! s hihI I'ifty Out, w! nun r i rvuntiK, aHe r (lie expiration of tliret nmnthi?. -?.H Hill for Advertiommts, Joh Witrk, or SuVsi a tiou, rim adia rd dim vluot conitrt'1,rr.t Riaii st these with wlmiii wo liiwo rnnnim: ix rountn. 07 HaWiih.'re (.Yu; lo'r-ltrn d ront in n:nrp of tho pupor ,nt t he oxpu-itioit of Mir tinio for which they may have tul a Mm' 1, pn riiiiiiK'ri'il nt witd.injr to ronew ; :unl it will he rnntir.nrd to thorn arrordm;;ly. i:'io rar"1' wail ho t-.-i.i mt 't the county nide:;s pnid foi in telvioive. Oir Aj vcribriiif nt i insmO'd nt'tnr Itnl- liv feqimro !' 't'tvvl-' I-" ir i.vH, foi tlm tlr.-t in.-aation; I ill...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 July 1859

Y AM mm. fAEE'IN'LiKCCLN CO. Col. Netherlands Policy of Taia-t- growth OF CLOVER. K. 0. WALLACE, Editor. lion- Uis unjust discriRiuialioQ in favor of the KicL and aatust the Poor. , - There is no m itter about which the people should feel a, deeper con cern than the subject of taxation. It was an unequal and unjust system of taxation, sought to be imposed on the American colonies by England, that drove our forefathers into the revolution, and which made them so 1 Written far Vie FayeUeviUe Observer. CHARITY.LlXCOLNCoUNTr, TfO., July 4, 1859 N. 0. Wallace, Esqr., Dear Sir: The timo for gather ing clover seed is neur at hand, and 1 baveseen an article in the South ern Homestead, and. copied in the Things to be Remembered Keep it before th? people, that John Net norland voted on the one hand, while in the Legislature, to make the private property of stock holders in bunks liable to the rich depositor; and on the other, against making it liable to the poor note 'holder. Keep it before t...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 July 1859

r foivetteville dhservftpi Wabb ..-- ' Vtn of Postage in Lincoln Connij THUilVJlV. JULV7. IS59. jtte.i&3& t . ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED ! - - . i ' ' ' Business- men will recollect that the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER v.ic ui tug ucst Auvi,uiiai.u jjir-uiu Jia iu Ihe State, it having the - LARGEST CIRCULATION Tjrt. r-T-T-i t " V)F AMY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN LOWG ODD3I giigusi flfcHntt-1859..; ELECTION: Tiiucsdat, Augcst 4. CONGRESS SIXTH DISTEICT. 07" We are authorized to announce lion. JiieII. Thomas, of Maury, a candi !date for Congress from this Congressional Dis trict: ' f We are authorized to announce If j Win. IE. folic of Manry, a candidate for Congress from this Congressional District. STATE BEKATF LINCOLN AND FfiANEMX. W. Kcwmini. Esq , oi Friiklin. a candi - date to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties ill nits ocimiui iai uiAiJi u vi tuv a buhot- itee Legi&lature. J.J.Abernatlij'.of Franklin, a candidate to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties ,n tbe Senatori...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 July 1859

- . ... tf farm anto 'Garten; Horses too well Fed. .The following remarks of a"' skill ful practitioner and close observer ate worthy of attention: Dr. Dadd has been, however, more uniformly fortunate in the horses which have passed b-Tora ' his eyes than eome "thers. . .Iluises - re iften cvpifad with graiulut we never knew one to t:at too much hay or grass when it was supplied regularly. They are rarely attacked with disease when little or no grain is given them, or if given, when supplied iu small and "reguh.r quantities. Tbg moat 'fre quent cauvcs of disease are hiijh and irregular feeding, hard and irreg ular working, and exposure and wa ter when warn: by exercise. Country Gentleman. A great proportion of our horses ire too well fed obtain more food Ujmu tbey-remnre. In this hind of plenty most of our valuable horse aire ovtrRd, and more especiallx does this haj pen iiraong animals wn id by weiilthj and liberal individuals ri i . ... ne impression which we wish to convey to the...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 July 1859

St 10 .VOL. 9. ItrTw Dollar" for one rear if paid t he time of subscription. T Dollar mm Filly Cent, wu-hoctdeviatios, after the expiration of three mouths. TAli iiillt for Advertisement, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due ' whi-n contracted, except against those with hom we have Tunning accounts. Subscribers failing lo orders 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. IC3- Xo laper will be sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. CCT Advertisement inserted at On' Dollar- per Square of Twelve Uiir tor Ieq, for the first insertion; rilij Cents for each continuance. wi Persons advertising by the year, will be charged Forty Dollars-fora whole col .umn, 'I'wenty Dollar for one-halt, Tvn Dollars for one-quarter. Kodevia- '! wr. ,,,i i j iue privilege 01 yesui minwocn j i -- - j - . . . , fridly limittdto their wn immediate and : fec Htove...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 July 1859

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. 3. 0. WALLACE, Editor. VmcK-AitJittame Old Stand: Sign 0 tie ' OiMrvtt Printing Ofue." FAVETTEVILLE, TENS: Thursday Morning, July' 14, 1S50. NttflffcltlC StlUF foUftn' FOR GOVERNOR, Isiiam G. Harris.. BANKING. The Clarksville JeCersoniaa pre sents the currency que stion as an issue ; KfitvLPPi. the .n-nmrratio and orr.oM-! ' f ir. n nfirhna in T t r: f ci'i'A 111 ilia rruC. i null 'Ulii.o 111 iciikuaii iu tui 'no- 74 cut canvass, tbui: The absurdity of the Idea eougbt ; to be fixed in tho mind a of tie peo- pie, that tho Democracy ere waging a war of extermination upon every Fpicii-sof Ihwkirg instiiuli'D, aniij are now working fi-r the establish-; ments of oa exclusive gold and ( Detroit; that he was the 'banker" silver currency, is too jmlpHulo to re-j Mid the only person to be known in quire much discussion. It is a mon- the matter; that I hy paid $105 to strous humbug with which tho Op- Sage and Co., of BuII'mIo, N. Y., far p...

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