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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 July 1859

, i 1 - "4 i ' t if i ? r ! i i if Ik Fayetteville Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln County THURSDAY, JULY 14. 1859. BSiSSNaT!C ! ADVEP.TISER3 Will TAKE KEEP! 07" Business men will rtccllect that The FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER is otic of the best Advertisixq Mewcms in tie Siate, it Laving the LARGEST CIRCULATION B"ST LOKTO ODDS I CF any newspaper published in gupst BfrHon-lSoll , , . SELECTION: TncBSPAT, Acgcst 4. t'OXGBESS SIXTH DISTRICT. fjjy We are authorized to announce IIod. JuiuesEI. Thomas, of Maury, a candi date for Congre&i from ibis Congressional Dis trict. r -j We are authorized Co announce Maj Wei. XI. ro.lt. of Maury, a candidate for Congress from tLis Congressirial District. STATE SENATF LISCOLS ASD KKANKUS. 5CZPVe are authorized to announce Tnz. 1V.!eVinail. Esq., of Franklin, a candi date to represept Lincoln and Franklin counties in the Senatorial Wanch of iht next Tennes eee Lcyislr.ture. We are' authorized to announce Dr. J. J. Abertiatliy.cf Fra;klin, aca..didat...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 July 1859

rarw antx Presence of Mind and Common Sense. If a man faint away, says Hallos Journal of Health, instead of yelling ut like a savage, or running to Hit Li roup, lay bim at full Itrglb on bis back, o I be floor, loosen tb clothing, puh the crowd away, i as to let Ihd dir reach him. mid let him fclone, Dualling water tver a person iu a simple tainting fit, is a laib..riiy. TLe philosophy of a faint ing fit is, that the heart tails to send the propyl upply oMdood to the br-iin. It hi persoo is erect, that Hood b is to be thrown up bill, but if lying down, it has lo be . projected horizontally, which requires less pow er, as is apparent. If a person swallows poison delib erately or by chance, instead of break ing out in wultitudiuousand incoher ent exclamations, dispatch some one lor tne doctor: meanwhile, run to! the kitchen, get half a glass of water '-J'0 i.auuv, Fu, iuiu it a teasfpoouful of Shit, and HS much ground mustard, Stir it in an instant, catch a firm bold oi the person a 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. — 21 July 1859

L Proprietor. O'. Wallace, "Let all the cuds thou aimt at be thy Country's, thy God's, and TrulhV m 11. VOL. 9. sl" mz iatt s o Tw o Dollars for one year if paid at the time of subscription, Trto Dollars and Tilly Cents without ikviation, after the expiration of three months. V7A1I Hill for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. S'ilcribei s failing to orders discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, ar considered as wishinz to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. WKo Paper will be sent out ot the county unless paid for in advance. r?" ll-irn, win be char ;7 f .fxniy !(!!tavS for one-half, Ioll:ir for one-auarter. AoJena- . tlWt,lem.H... li-T-The vriviTt-e of vearly advertisers is P J ! . . . ... .... 1 rntor UttMtr. and the business of an ad- j viWn.g firm is iu.t considered as including that of its individual member r,.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. — 21 July 1859

FAYETTEV 1LLE OBSERVER FBEE OF POSTAGE KJ LINCOLN CO. ' " X. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Or kj CRJuhe si me Old Si and: Sign of the " Obseriet Printing OJice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning,' 21, 1859. gfrmorratif Mt Eiriut FOR GOVERNOR, Isham G. Harris. Tiro rccw In two weeks mere the day of the chorion will be here ! Tox Payers ! ar.d Properly Otin ers ou are intt rested in sustain ing the Democratic party. None more so ! From the scandalous fa cility v.iih which the Know Nothing r rrx pr.ity l as been d ie to contract cr.or-'toail. moas debts-Kud from this cause on- R fpectfullj', i , i lour obedient servants, ly-has it ccme ll nt ycu gro-.n un- p dcr a weight of Uses wl ieh to s. mCjj n. Badeleke, M. Hurss, :f you TK.kts our projeity abso-jR Billioo, Henry StoIvLake, lutely a burden, and to idl of you!;P. Rilliod, Andrew O'Kaxe, has a tecdeccy to lessen its value, (H-j,etz. Jas. G. Moore, Tu rrn:;r j rair.st such ndiietiens , O I for the futuic there is hut viis way to sustain 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. — 21 July 1859

) FavCtteville Observer! nrst .fWt ifee Free of Postage in Lincoln Cocn(y THL'KSDAY, JILY21, 1839. NOTICE! nvrDTi?CD5 unil TAlfC urrmi AUlfLllllCtK5 WILU lARt KttU 1 CCT Basinet men will rtcolk-ct that the FAYETTEYILLE OBSERVER, 5 ore of the lest Advf.eti sixa Mediums ULATION the State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION 33 "Y LONG ODDS or ayxewspapei: published IN SoiliilCh) CiWW. - August" ilftiion--1850. ELECTION: Thursday, August 4. t OXGKKSS i-TXTII M STRICT. . "vr- Wo or oiitlioried to announce Hon. Jitt'M's IS. TEs!i5is, of Maury, a candi - date for Congress from this Congressional Dis trict. ICT" TVe are authorized to announce Maj "Yjn. 13. t'olSt. of Maury, a candidate for , Cor.press from this Congressional District V.ES.'Xn?e? w.Kcmnu . Eaq , of Frwikiin, a candi - . late to represent Lincoln and branknn counties uklin counties text Tennes - i announce Dr. in the Senatorial branch of the tee Legislature. H - I1T .ll.nH.n' tf 7 .m t-.t (la v of Vrankiin. a ca..dioate tr ! v...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 July 1859

EYE-SIGHT Mill on's blindness was the result of over work and dysrepsia. One of the most tmineut Ameri can divines haviog, fur sonn time, been compolh'd to forego the r!e.-i6-uic of re.-idiii', has sp.-nt thou sands of dollars in vilue, and lost j-:irs of time, in const queuee of get ting uj several hours before rWy, and s?tudying hy artificial light. His eves n. ver irot well. yiuiiifuiics of men mid women 1 ave ih-kIm thi-h' eyes weak for lifo by fliu too free use oflhe eve-sight, reu- The following, was recently sent the Kentucky Turf Register, by a subscriber, who clipped it from uu edd fa per. Some twenty years ago, the late Mr. Stevens imported a bay gelding culled 'PowbHttan." He bought him through an agent h London, ami gave lor him 2 000. After he IimiI him a week, the groom one New Drug Store ! tit. O. A. DIEMEB.. I mm 1 If 3 rt Mill. 51 Hi i 'a v V 9 lil iHi ft H.U ,. .U...W. A. MILES 2.11 H AO .li3 3 a EH V' morning said: SUCCESSORS TO DIEMER & HAMPTON, FA YETTEVJLLE...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 July 1859

1ST. O. -"TtTaXLeioe, "Lei all the ends thoa aici'st at be (by Country's, tby God's, and TrathV NO. 12. VOL. 9. ij7"TM'o Dollars for one year if paid at the time of subscription, Tvo E)olI;ii's and Fifty Cents, without peviatios, after the expiration of three months. Vr7-All Kills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered dfle when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. OrSabscribers failing lo order 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 s-ontinued to them accordingly. CJ1 Ro I'ajM'r will be sent' out of the . county unless paid for in advpnee. Advertisement t inserted at Cii' Dol lar per Square of Twelve ILiucs r I.css, for the first insertion; Fifty Cents for each, continuance. Persons advertising by the year, will be charged Forty Dollars fora whole col umn, Twenty Dollars for one-half, Ten. Dollars for one-quarter. Xo devia...

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 July 1859

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. FREE OF FOSTAGE'lN LINCOLN CO. N. O. WALLACE, E.Ii(or. 0?fice At the same Otd Sl(tn,l: St'ou of tit " Oteervei Printing OJice." rAYCTTEVIIiLE, TENS: Thursday EoriiiBg, July 2S, 1859 fJnnorraltf . ht Sirftrt FOR GO YFRA'OE, Isiiam G. Mauris. One Week! The near approach of election day calls for energy and action from every sound disciple of liberty and equal rights. Yc stitnJ upon the broad platfeim cf Democratic principles No man, unless he. he in eUwnrigbtj ignorance of politu al parlies, can be unacquainted with tin m. They have heen promulgated again cr.d rgain. The Ordinance of 17S7. Anti-slavery agitators have been in the habit of-talking of the early policy of the Government as justi fying by precedent federal prohibi tion of the introduction of slavery into the Territories. - They have generally referred to the celebrated ordinance of 1787 in this sense, and even to southern men it has some times been a stumbling block. But the force of the argument on ...

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 July 1859

I. v 1 - ' 1 I Fayetteville ObservcriTIie Railroad im arc TIieJ?-. .2 - ... The locomotive, we are informed,! Who are the candidates for Attor- Free of Postage in Lincoln CoKatY LATEST NEWS! flour at 5 50 for extra j at wholesale. Buyers --....-.,....... ... - I crossed Elk Ilivcr bridge, which isjcey General and Reporter for " Ten- j - Iniporlaiit Foreign News! about five miles frcm this place, lut' nessee? The election comes off on r B ) per bushel for prime red and vrMte wheat. 'ni.li lAiiliniina in nntiva of. tit fcOp. TifT Will lUlillllUtO III Utjll U V v niiiuu - - " I bushel, buyers furnishing sacks. Cora eal lis selling at retail at per bushel. viittncn . -- . i '.,-' . i .here is rert little lacvo in the country iiiuiiSDAi. july as. 1859. Thursday; and at this publishing thejthe 13tb of August; and yet so frj PEACE DECLARED! . land with a limited demmd tsainiy tor .home UASAt-AA Rfft-s-rrts- f: cars are, probably, not more than aa the announcement column of The ; M7iTZ UIIt...

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 July 1859

, - fmi info Sartint. Seasonable iiiBts. At Ibis season many persons con template trf veling. To do so with the largest amount ol comfort and advan tage, fibj-feical, Eoeial and mental, the following suggestions are made: Take one-lburtb more money than 3 our actual estimated expeuets. Acquaint yourself v.ili the geo;; r?j'hy uud route nd region of travel. Have a good f-ijj'ly of email change, and have no till or piece higher Jhan ten dollars tint you may not thlio counterfeit change. So arrange r.s to I ;avc but a single :.i!icle cf logfifge to look after. DrrcQ cnl-t!infiMlU lttrr loin too hot for two rr three hours at noo!i,:FS it- A minister, noted for com-; tban to bo too cool for the remainder inning the somewbiit incongruous of the twenty-Tour. professions of preacher and money Arrange under all circumstances 'lender, was proffering a prayer, in to be at the place of starting fificen which was following petition: or twenty minutes before tl.Q time, "Grant that we may have mor...

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 August 1859

"Let all the ends (hoa aim's! at be thy Country's, thy Cod's, and Truth's." 1. B. VOL 9. i FAYBTTEFILLB, TBNN: TIMSMF, AUGUST 4 , 1859. MOLE NO. 120. 3J. 0a HToJJLsloo, C-Two Dollars for one year if paid at ihetime of subscription, Tvo Collars ami Fifty Cents, without deviation, after the exriration of three months. ::yA!l Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with whom we have miming accounts. Subscribers failing to orders discontin uance of the paper , at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, re considered as wishing to renew; and it will be-continned to them accordingly. lC?Io Iier will be sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. fr--r A J a : i . J .. irv a Jar per Square of Twelve IJites r Less, for the first insertion; rniy j . Cents for each continuance. i .'r Tcrsons advertising by the year, will be! charged Forty Dollars fora whole col-' umn, 'Fweiity Dollars for one-half,...

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 August 1859

I iivnniiiT nnm'rmr i LIMUJjN LUUMI TAYKTTEVILLE'OBSERHER FREE CF POSTAGE-IN LINCOLN CO. n " ' 1 m i N. 0. WALLACE, Edilor." o r1 THITOm I? JIUUIJD1 JJJ Governor longi'Sen. i Float Precincts, i'KicE--.4tite Old Stand: Sign o the "JJIse, iet Printing OJicc." PAYETTEYILLE, TEiNN: Tliufsdaj Moidiig, Angcst 4, 1S59 nnorratir tafe BtM FOR GOVERNOR, Isiiam G. Harris. To-Bay! WTa. Lave one additional word o( iiij unction for our Democratic friends: Be jure to go to the polls to-day take "your neighbor with you, and vote for HARRIS.' - 1: Lynchburg-, 2'CnH's, CTuckcr'a, 4Benegar's, - -CjWhitrnan's, -OjGroce's, - 7 j Buck eye, -SjFayetteville, 9,MillardV -Petersburg, - lljWcsley Chapel, 12: Common's 13 Halbeit's, - 14McKinncy,s, 15jTrantK:ira"s. - lC;Millville, l7Kelli-v's Crttk, 18'Oold water, lOlCamurgo, - 20Agnew,s 21 Edmonson's - 22:Quick's, 23 Duke's Creek, 24 '.Count's . - 25 Arnold's. 254 100 122 11G' 113 55 34S 55 i o! o t 10 14; SI I 42 c Co 104) SG oSj 55 oo 47 CG 1301 50 117, 151 ...

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 August 1859

-sr . , r-r K r- i s t 1 1 A-' Fayettevilie Observer! Free of Postage in Lincoln Ccnnly TIIL'HSDATo AUGUST 4. I8S0. WW t . r" Ui r' t n trn "it'C UrTH ABtfEHTbERS WtLL lAKt httU. la CO" Business men will -recollect that tne 'FAYETTE VI LLE OBSERVER jsoneof tber host Auvehtisixo Mediums in the Sutc, it hayir.g the" " chzi br AXYSEWSi'ArtPi ruBLiSilED II S:i;1rcf0 dflC?SCi $HPUSt 'Ifttiil 1859: ELECTION: Thit.sday, August 4. nv.nnpe rTTTU nl CTPTrT. .KrS;: u"tc for Congress from this Congressional D- ,rk,r wcre anthorirod to announce Maj win. ii.i'oiu.of Maury.a rndidatefor CrS:! . Jr.We.B.a"on7rr iCTi! v"ne v . ricviu:iu. j'.sii., ji hw"". date to .teent LiHvolnat;.! i Franklin rountios itho Scnatorfal hranch of tho r.est Tenncs- tec Kc'.slature. J. J. ATcriuiUiy,of.l-ranKi!n, a ca..nHilue! InJShf Legislature. ... rr-7 We are antlionzea to bthh miic are antnon; ....j nvni'imn .1:iiito It. C Iii!ro:t, r uq., i i.u.com. a. ... . . aT : .1 .1 1. rni .L Tirt c.tic; in the Senatorial Wh o...

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 August 1859

If arm aito artoir. IceIt Uses and Abuses. Upon Ibis point Hall's Jourual of Health has some excellent remarks, as follows: In health, no one ought to drink icj water, for it 1ms occasioned fatal iLfliiniiTialion of the btotr.aeh and bowels, and sometimes sudden death. lhe t mutation to drink it is very i great ui sunini' r; to use it at nil with . - j i nuy Biifety, the pi rson should take but a tingle swallow at n time, take the glass from the lips for half n min ute, :.ul then itnotl.'er swallow, Mid so on. It will Le found that in this way it becomes di&sgrteable af Ur a few mouthtfuls. On the other hand, ice itself may ho taken i.s freely as possible, not only without injury, but with the most stiiking advantage in danger ous forms of disease. If broken in sizes of a pea or bean, and swal lowed JiS freely as practicable, with out much chewing or crusMog be tween the teeth, it will often bo effi cient in crocking Yimous kinds of diarrhoea, and has cured violent cases ot Asia...

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 August 1859

KO. 11. VOL. 9. FAFBTTBVILLB, TElJflf: THURSDAY, AUGUST 1 1, 1 859. WHOLE 10. 4S0. raL"Hi: a a Tea sa5 0"5Two Dollars for one year if paid at ihctimn of subscription, Tvo Doiiais anl Fifty Ceu Is, without deviation, j alter the expiration of three months. VAII Hills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered dv.c when contracted , except against those with whom we have running: accounts. OtT Subscribers failing 1o 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 le continued to them accordingly.. iCPIVo I':ier will bo cent out of the county unlcRPpaid for in advance. 07" Advertisement b inserted at Otic Sol lar iter Si:rc of Twelve Une or Ecs, for the first insertion; fitly - Weill's for each continuance. I.T1 Persons ad vcrtising by the year, w ill 1 c charged Forty IoiIais fora whole col umn, Twenty Dollars for one-half, Ten Dollars for onc-iiuarter. Ko deria- izo...

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 August 1859

iwaiwi.to-TiM , in p i , , up, HiW.ir-WTIiri-JHi.i.,-iJi.i.Tmhl-w ( : -. fc . . r - FilVetieville Ohsflprnr ! K,k River Krid-c- Hearing T hroiigh the Throat. ' Notes and queries" relates that a Free of Postage ill Lincoln Ccnfv : ''J'11,0 tcucly Court, witb reference mend, trio is so utterjy deal as to be ; to the Elk River Eridre. It requires! beyond nlitl.by any if the mcchnni- fail inventions now in ue lor luc aid of ptrsoiiS sifiliete J with deafness,valk td into a cLiijx 1 ami look a scat on one of the open leeches. lie Lear 1 nothing of the s rmon then and there delivered until in rnere listless- txil'iisdav, August 11. is5o. i twent y-Eeven Justices in order to le-j guiizo tit-tier: on the Euhjectand ouly si ' eighteen rerc pretent. It was order- eel that ah the Justices ot ti e l'eace .T, nirriT!TrPif Hill I T- if r- irrrni HbiLJillicr.i vi ILL lAr.t llttJ! i in Lincoln county he summoned by (T Business men will rwvlWt ,i.at tl.Jthn ShnritY fr, rdtpml at ft Count V 1 D('S5 h...

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 August 1859

: FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCCLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Oi icr. At He same OldSlowl: Sujnof tl,e " Ohurvci I'rinllvg Ofice." FA YET T E V I LLe7T EXn7 Thursday Sloi iriiig, August II, 1S55 T A IIS Mil THE CITIZENS OF LIK60LN ' COliNTT YILL.GIVE A FREE usnnsE'i ft! ilLflUeU U! . , vi-r ,tvrr . 9 FRIDAY, AUGUST 19. 185 Q if lenty for Everybody T . IT QLSEi K3 CrOOI3 1 THE-RESULT. The election last Thursday piss ed off, so far as wo are adviced, without any undue excitement. Our Democratic frieuds, by ignoring all family diffcreriCe?. tnd working with a will for the cause, rolled up a net qnhi for Harris in Old Lincoln of nfly-th cz votes eve r the vote of IS57. Where all did so well it is not usually ndiisable to particularize; but in this case, v.e rbiiilx especial honor is due tho noble-hcnrtf d Democracy of Lynchburg. They covered them selves wilh glory. Harris Las a vet gain at Ibeir prtcinct, over L'8 poll of 1857, of fifty-two votes. "Hon or to whom honor ...

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 August 1859

Useful Recipes. Erysipelas, a disease often coming without premonition,frol ending fatal ly in three or four days,is Bometimes promptly cured by applying a poul tice of raw cranberries, pounded and placed on tho part over night. Injects litcs, and even those of n raltlcaunke, have assed harmless by f.tiiring enough of common suit in tho yolk of u good c;$ to make it si fiieiently thin fur plaster, to be krpt on tho bitten pints. Costive bowels luve an j grernblo i(nu.dy in the fieo use of tuiimloes at meals their seeds acting the way ct white mustard or figs, fctiuiulatiiiK tho bowels over which they pass in their whola etate, to in creased uction. A remedy of equal iflieiency in thg same direction is racked wheat, that is common white vh6at grains, broken iuto or throe MCCeS, Jind the U boiled UUtll it IS ns toft as rice, and oaten mainly nt two!l,,tro I'ome' ailJ forjievcral Witks was eea meals ct tho day, with butter or Molasses. Common sweet cider, boiled down to one-half, makas...

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 August 1859

g tP 'WTWWWfyy. " rW-tWit1- 1 "Lft all the cuds thou ahiM at be thy Country's, thy God's, aud Truth's" t 3Fsrcp2r:LO"fcc:r. m. 15. VOL. 9. PAYBTTBVIIjLE, TENS: TflllHSDAL AUGUST 18, 1859. WilOIIi NO, 431 li " jzlc: c is? a r-;. 07X'vu 1'o.IIavs for oi.e year if niil at iln: time of stilscrijtion, 'I vo .ol:;:;! aw,! 5'i'Sy 4'cit!s, wiiuuut iuvi atxoi:, aflr llic exjiiratiun of tlirec !i;ialis. (r Ailvertiseiiiciits, Joli Wurk, or Sulst-rijituu! , i cii.-alcie J '. tie vLcii CiiiMAf:!i-i'l,fXi.j't a.iii ;t tliose wi'.L wliniii we l.iivo runnii 'Z ii(vin:vt.J, 0"v S.iUcriln'rs failiui: to oritur a .lisror.tin- .it rH.bv.tn "iml Wi,t:ifn Puth lv.on. L.irCTCOIiTf !tIlo cnhscril.it -.vitnesses thereto. Makc Bome COUNTY COURT RECORDS. !m, ouUxi to reg5sttrcd. ( LcvinucJ.) I u Indenture of Bargain and Sale R&'tcscf Ferilse TaTcrnKatfS (betiwu John Wfeitakcr, &c, Coin tosnty cud I cor TaiCS Juries inirssioneis for the town of Fayctte- cf View to Jay of li0;ds srsoln-i viile, ofthe o...

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 August 1859

FAYftTTEVlLLE OBSERVER. FREE GF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Okkice At the same Oil Stand: Sign of the " OLnrvet Printing OJlce." FAYET TEVILLE. - TENS: Thursday 2Icraiag, August IS, 1859 RAILROAD mimmu. THE CITIZENS GF mm mm WILL GIVE J free milroid oiiip. ON "FRIDAY. AUGUST 19. 1859. IM I Vlrnhi fnv Fvrrnhndur0 lbjb' 11,s mnJon,y we 81,11 i icniy oi J-tci ijuumjihmV eXPCed ti ht lhousauJ but OL! 1011 i G-OOD tT ! i 'Oi G-GOD GrOOjD An Abolition Emissary. Red path, who was sent to KansaB to mauufj.rture outnges a:.d lies for the Extern marker, has just rubluhcd a book, entitled "The Roving Editor, or talk with Slaves in .Southern States.' It is publish ed by Burtick, N.Y. On pngo 300 of this book,Redpath makes the fol lowing precious confection: "1 believed that a cixil war be tween tho North and South would ultimate in insurrection, and that the Kansas troubles would probably cre ate a military conflict of the sections Hence I left the South and went to Kansas, an...

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