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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 September 1859

it ' . .!. t' If! jiii v , Ml -ii! 1! - i i r i; i: -J J- 0 FuyeUeville Observer Free of Postage In Lincoln County TliXRfrDAl. SETT. 22. 1859. ' ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED I CCr pnsinesa :men viil rtccUect tiiw the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER h one of the Aeft Apvektisino .Mswcju tn.T, Hgtne . BY X03SrO- ODDSI OF AMY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED. IN CY" niardi lirtiion-lSoO. ELECTION:-Satordat, March 3. i 1 . : -3 - . ; -PHERIFF-i MNCOI.S COCSTT. fjr W af antborizetlto announce Cot 2vih !i; tjicorge, a candidate for Sh- i.T of .Lincoln county, at tnc aiarca luequon, I860. - ' frj-YC are anttorized to nnnorir.ee-Mr, Tflcsp CruSe. a candidate for Shenfl of Lincoln county, at the next March Election. (7 We are authorized .tu announce .Mr. Jotiu Owens, of the third , district, a can didate for Sheriff of Lincoln county at the next March El ecuon, . . ' :. CiUCCIT COUKT CLEBK L1S00LN .COrKTT. (gT We are authorized to announce Mr. tS- S. ToIard. a candidate for, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lincoln cou...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 September 1859

farm antf 'ffiarW-: The Ohio State Farm. - A correspondent of the Iowa Ga ajtte writes os . follows . concerning the Ohio State Farm fur the refor mation of juvenile offenders: "The State is building and farm ing here on a lare scale, and the boy's (eighty in number) are, to some extent, the 1'u mers and builders. At least they have dug all tin cel lars for thesa tpacious buildings, in cluding, also, the basemeut of the large bjirn. Seme of tlicm--tefort they came here were vagrauts ii. the large cities, an1 some weie Slatt prisoners at Columbus. An appeal to the minhood which has a place in- eveiy boscm, boweer debased, hat- its cue etlectonct the rules ot tut institution are seldom broken, and sanse of honor prevails under the discipline of th'u reformatoiy borne which almost entirely . supersede? punishment, and entirely excludes chains and stripes; and besides, un der the constant droppings, of. reli gious instruction fnmily worship and the discipline of a Chriatinr. household c...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 September 1859

,-..-.-- .- - -- ,"Lct all the ends' (hon alra'st at be thj Country's, thy. God's, and Troth's'! -tr .r n - V NO. 21. VOL. 1 F A Yl T T EVIL L E V : T E N NV T U DR SWT, SEPT EM B.B, R - :::-2s-9'i . 9 ;V"."& 3"" liffflOLCSQSL MBSB C7"Two Dollars for one year if paid at the time of subscription, Ttv Dollars and Fifty Cents, without deviation, after the expiration of three months. C7A11 BiHs for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. 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 ' will be continued to them accordingly. ICTNo Paper will be sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. OCT Advertisement s inserted at One Dol lar per Sqnare of Ttvelve Lines - or Less, lor the nrst msemui riits for each continuance. Tersons advertising by the year, will be c...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 September 1859

i'f TEVILLE OBSERVER rntt it rusiAStlN LINCOLN CO. N.O.WALLACE, Editor. OrncK AtCht $ama Old Stand: Signof tht "Observer Printing Office." - FAYETTET1LLE, TENNi TtttiralnT Hornir.?. Sent. 29, 1839. j ni i ' Blood Ilcrses-Wliat one man hffs Done. Wo cop fiom the Gelatin Exam iner a list of blood horses raised and sold by Col. Jo. 0. Guild, of Sam ner county, daring -the last twenty years, for the purpose of choiring done by devoting a iiuie aiienuon to tbo breeding of fine horses. It should be remarked that Col. Guild during this lima has regularly prac ticed his profession, the law, and may rather be regarded as an ama teur breeder. Here is the list: , 1838: John Malone, by Leviathan, dam Proserniue, won his stakes gSOO, and so'ld for TOO. , Caroline Malone, by leviathan, dum by Sir Richard, won her atakes and the four mile day at Mobile, $2, OOO. and sold fof S.OQO. .' Full Sister of Betsey Malone sold for SI .400. . 1840: Bees Wing, by Leviathan, .1am Black Sophia, was the heroine...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 September 1859

, - - ' . . - - ..." l , . .v i- w I- : ' . . J - . "- V . - .... " ,.. . . . . - - .: i .V A 1 1 l?ayetteville Observer Freecof Postage in Lincoln ,Ccubij THURSDAY, SEPT. 3 1859. BUSIMESS flOTiOi f : GraBdvbemocratic jobiicc! oNTncistOF October; at 1 Rail Road Heeling ; A meatiQg of the Directors of he 4 , Hi E' jWincbester slid Alabama Rail Road A: BARBACIJE AT WAf KIN'S GROVE,; Company is ' to . be held .- TuesdffV; Tli Mmarterta exhibited cVnsider-f A -St. LOUIS paper SayS-: that ibor Ind a (tend Display 1 tiro Works 'iu&0 44 wiUflLi A.u. iir ma i -reswear. tjoi. SLevenson. i i . - --. ' VimrgMhedzpeQkcrstciUMjprcmt a report"; in . Efcry body-mu8 V come!. 7 ' - GEN. B F. CHEATHAM, . , Chief Marshal ' Elk Rhcr Bridge v - c- :li .Tueday of .last wetk Mc;17a0 wrra Workmen commenced their la Vors on tlis Stcno Bridge to he' built acrpsj the liver near this place.- We the while of the carious to. .visit the quatry pn the bank of tho riter.aboTe tho mouth of Morris' - Creek. . Som...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 September 1859

To Make BaUer ia Fife Minutes WilhbntTa Chorav ; A correspondent highly recom mends the following receipt: '- After 8tratncg the milk, set away for about twelve houi?, for the cream to rise. (Milk dishs ought to have etroDg handles to lift them by.) After -ifitaiiding ns above, 'set the milk, without disturbing, it, on the etote; let It 6tad there until you ocrve the coating of creani on &e surface aasurae a Tvriektad appearance rnt riA rnrfliil it does not COW. OS boold this be', the" case the ' cieam will mix vith the milk and. cannot be RBVin collected Now' eet it .away till nnitft moL and then kim 'off! the cream, mixed with as little milk na possible. When (sufficient cream ia collected, proceed to make it into butter ns follows: Take a wooden bowl' or any suitable Ye6Sel, and hating-first scalded abd then rinsed it with cold water, place the" cream in it. Now let the operator hold his band in water as hot as it can fee borne for a few seconds, then plunge it into cold wate...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 October 1859

; "Let all the ends thou aini'st at be thy Cocntry's, thy God's, and Truth's" I- f .' i c r- v - 4 OT-Two Dollars for one year if paid at the time- of subscription, Tvo Doltsns , ami Fifty Cents, wn-nooT deviation, ' after the expiation of three months. '. A "7 All I.iHs.for Advertisements, Job Work; or . Subscription', considered due when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. , OCT Subscriber s failing to order a discontin uance of the paper , at the expiration of the time for are cons will be continued to them,' accordingly. " ICT'A'o l:icr will ba sent out pi T the - rouiity unless paid for in advance. ,. 03" Advertisement inserted at Oit Dol lar per Square oi 'J wcivc i.me Remarkable Fountain, in Florida. A traveler' in Florida thus de scribes a6pribg in that State:'. Taking a narrow path J.we passed through seme dense underwood, and all at once, stood upon' the bank of t ho Wakulla Springs. ; There was a basin of water one cundred yards in which t...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 October 1859

FAYETTEILLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO, N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. erncE At the same Old Stand: Sign of the Observe Friitting Ofice.n FAYETTETILLE, TENS: Thursday Morning, October 6, 1859. talking oi Water, The Toronto (Canada) Globe of Ibe 19th ult., gives the following particulars of a feat performed by a , citizen of that place: , ,. The announcement, although made by a well known resident of Toronto, that he had invented an apparatus whereby he was enabled to walk upon the water, wf s received with some caution. Since then, in the presence of sevtral members of the press, Mr. Hickok has given evidence of his ability to do all tbSt he promised. - On Saturday afternoon, the party invited proceeded to the Don Sta tion, with some amount of doubt up on their minds as to the result of tha trial. None of them expected that Mr. Hickok would travel at a great speed, cr that his new-fangled invention would enable him to dance to the music of the waves, had there been any wherewit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 October 1859

layette vilte Observer Free o f Postage In Lincoln Connfj TIlUHSDAr. OCTOSEK 6. .1859. BOTESSJ39TiGE! ADVERTISERS YILL TAKE KEED ! ' CCn Business men -will receHect that the ; FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER -is one of the best Advebtisinq. IIidiuiis in the State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION , BY LONG ODDSI OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN Strtli flrtttait-tseo. ELECTION: Saturday, March 3, SHERIFF LINCOLN C0CSTT. fjr- We are authorized to announce Col. 'Joseph H. Cicoige, a candidate for Sher iff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1SGO. - , fc7" We are authorized to announce Mr. ITIoso Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the next March Election. 03" We are authorized to announce Mr. John Owens, ofthe third district, a can didate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the next March Election, " CIRCUIT COURT CLERK LINCOLN COCNTT. ftT" We axe authorized to announce Mr. It. S. Woodard. a candidate for Clerk of; i lie urciUL vuurb vi uiavin tuuui),ttuuo uejk r: n r : i . .l...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 October 1859

" .t ' i r -i ' ' - "tii i Contraction of the Feet of Horsed Tho tendency of a horse's feet, in a.healthy condition,- are to' expand . whenever tho waih t of the body is thrown upen tb?mr IVio'ga very complicated f.ioe of mechanism, they art1 very easily disarranged, and ' once out of order Te difficult-of re pair; hence the necessity of treeTV-. mg mem :n a nounu ronaiuon: ! ' Contraction is caused, 1st, By cut ling aw iy the bars of tho feet, which re th:j main stays for the support of tha - quarters;' , 2. By (opening the hels as the smith cdls it,) cutting away' a por tion of the frog, in consequence the moisture of the frog becomes absorb ed,' loses its "elasticity, and destroys its f j action, thu3 exposing the feet to injury ; by concussion. v. 3. By stmdiog upon plrak: floors. 4. By improper f hoeing. v An ordfa try obseivei will, upon an examination of the : common shoe, notice that it inclines from without iowurds at the hee!4, thus forming & concAvily for the feet; to...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 October 1859

" -' " ' ' ' ' I " .' - - - . ' . " ,,-'-; w - - , : ... . ........ . , . , . - ' . ' - - " "... . . vi-; --y--.'"- ;;:v ; A .J y , ' ' '?..".. - -.V ' ; : , . - "'- -V' - , ' ' r7 7" " : 4 ,5 . . v-: .: ,..;- '.v ' -- . , . j 4 ' ' , . ', , J. k . - '..'' . - L- -T. "7iTQiiOO; " " M "I-"V"a: .r1: in cn&oa :a!w!st at ftejby Coost,. Cod s, and TwlhVl- ' l V? j.:; -Proprietor; i;3 .-' J 63"Tw Dollars for one year if rid at thetirae of subscription, T vo Dll:u s Hlld Fiftf CeatStVIiHOtJTPEVTAlOK, ? after the exriration of tlifee month. YrAU Kills for AtlTertiscmenfe; Job Work, or Sulscrii't'j, consiJered cIbb when contracted, excrjit aairtt those witli 7 '. whom ve;have,rnnniL-g accounts R.ilsmherf 'faUiiiR o order a discrnitin-ri uanceoftho , paper .at the r.Unn ol the t.,e forvhicU tl.eyraay have suW.he, , are crlnilJcred nsAvwhing to reiew; arm , vill he t-oi.tin'vcd to them accordingly. 5C? K I:j?m' wi'1 l,e' ser,t out of t,le courrv. wide? j aid, for in Bilvop.ce. Cr "A.iverli...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 October 1859

, . - r - - i -:- '., -.. i.: . , ... - - y -.'.. . - ,r t. . . .... - ". T t . FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N.O.WALLACE, Editor. OrncK At the tarn Old. Stand: Signof ih$ " Observtt Printing OJUe." FAYETTETILLE,. TENNi Thursday Morning,October 13, 1859 LIST OF PREMIUMS AWARDED AT THE FIRST FAIR OF XBE LINCOLN COUNTY Sgrimltaral anb Bimanual ifciO. Oclobcr 3-8, 1850. WOOLEN MANUFACTURES. Best pair of Blankets, Mrs Ben Whitaker, prem. Mrs. Boon Wilson, pro, also cer. do Coverlet, Miss Dotii S Marsh, prem. do do MrsJII Sbofner,cer. A lfWds fins Jeans. Mrs S B Marsh, prem. do do do do cer. COTTON MANCFACTCCES. Best Counterpane, Mrs T C Goodrich, prm. do Mrs Mollia Morris, cer. WOOLEN, COTTON, OR BILK ARTICLES -n .f Put.work Oaiit silk. Miss Kate Bright, prem. do do Mrs Marion Childress cr. do Worsted, Miss Fannie Morgan, rrem. do Cotton, Mm M D Hampton, nrem. do do Mrs T C Uoodnen, cer. do Fancy Bonnet, Mrs T H Tyson, prem. do Embroidered Silk Mantle, Miss Clera ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 October 1859

- .-.- . - ' ' . j v . r V . - . - " ' . 1 5 I: 8 I. r 55 Fayetteyille Observer '. . . , y ." Free of Postage in Lincoln County TIIUK5IAY. CCTOSEU 13. JH3. 11 1 . i BUSINESS NOTICE! ADVERTISERS .WILL TAKE HEED 1 OTt Business men will recollect that the . FA YETTEVILLE' OBSERVER ' - ' . . . - J one of the best Apyketjsino Mediums in the State, it having the" LARGEST CIRCULATION , LONG OX53DS1 " OP ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN . -. SoijiiVcrii' Jcijucssfe.. Slirtli f lttHatt-1860. ELECTION: Saturday March 3. -SUEBirF UJJCOLU COUNTT. ' 07";. "We are ..authorised to announce Cot. Joseph II 4Mr, a candidate for Sher iff of Lincoln countv, at the March Election, I860. ' ' " , fc5r We are- authorized to announce Mr. UIosc Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the neit March Election. (jr W are authorized to announce Mr. John Owens, of the third district, a can didate for Sheriff of .Lincoln county, at the next March Election, CIBCCIT COUHT CLEHK LlXCOLJr COCSTT. Qr- V are auth...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 October 1859

i ( k: rx - let auto gg' pm ruiV irate Cilic ia Horses. Years ago.beforo nosebags were gen erally Kd opted, colic pus mcro com mon than at the present day., Inthbso days torses went out to.wcrk early iu the moiiiing, ami did tot return unlil r.ight, cloriDg which time, "ow ing to ihe want of fcrco convenient tnodo tor supplying them wilh food ivhen cut," they paitook of none. The consequence was that they re turned home with tluir vital powers exhausted by work, with keen appe tites, bearing no relation to the ca pacity of the stomach or to the di gestive powers, with avidity they swallowed the food then placed be fore them; it then entered the stom iich not - sufficiently ir.balvated. or .masticated, reudering it impossible for the gestric juices to act on it- it is a physiological fact that. - if food - ia not properly saturated with; saliva . m the mouth it is with great '.diffi- culty that chemical action .necessary digestion is 'set up in the stomach and colic was the result. :...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 October 1859

r -n -. .-.s-v-.-'.v.i ... ........... ... ftf'lHI Mlll'l'lurtu IWIIIHI.nl riwMM-jin ' m." M.wi'jilii ii 111 mi mm. UUWI JWCggg ... - ' ; , . miii pi iiHiffym i" ' hi i ii ' ii wi" " " ii 'LI . . . , . . . .. . . . . .. . . ' . . , - . . . - . , .-.. ! 1 i - . . . : . : : . - .. ,. Tr-.v - -- ; f . . " : - i v suLet til tlic cads (boa ala'st at be Ihy 'Cosntrj's, ; Jjy God's; . and TrnlUV NO. 24 VOL. 9. : I :. ..,: .... . m :.-...-,, ' ; j" " . : ..n . 4- .4 ; ' - ' - . - ; ': I: :-- " !' ' : : . 1' : ' ' 1 ... 1 . .i f, '., . . . - - - - : - - 4 O-Twck Dollar for one year if 1 paii l the time of subscription, Vrt o Collars ,and Fifty Cents, wirnocTBEViATiON, fler the expiration of tbrce months; "' VjPAH ISllls for Ailvertisements, Job-Work,- or Subscription, considered Jue when contracted, i-Scept against those with whom, we have running acebnnts; ' - CirSubscribers failing to order discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 October 1859

FAYETTEVILLS OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE Editor. OrricK At th$ tarn Old Stand: Sign of tht " Observet Printing OfictS' FAYETTEV1LLE, TENN: Thursday Horn log, October 20, 1S59 GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Nat bjing able to find room for the Gotemor's Message entire, we copy below from the N ashrillc Union and Amerioan , a very full and faithful ab stract of its contents: Tho fiscal condition of the State is sound. The balance in the treas ury $180,303; nnd the receipts of the last two years have exceeded the expenditures 143,807. The aggre gate taxnble property of the State is $377,208, 641;.. being an increase, eince the 1st of October, 1857, of $7G,S19,830. The actual indebtedness of the State is $3,241,606. Of this sum $1,228,356 is for stock in turnpike roads, which is probably worth but a email fraction of the cost; $835,250 is for stock in railroad companies, worth probably half that sum; $1, 125,000 is for stock in Banks, worth nt least this sum; and $655,000...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 October 1859

Fayetlevillc Observer v . Free of Postage in Lincoln Cocnfy TIISHiKU4V. OCTOKEJS 20. p.,, tut! i fcb ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! 05" Bosiness men will recollect that the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER i one of the best Adveutisixo Mewums in the State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION B"5r LONG oxjrs I OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN Slarrli ilrriiflit-lS60. ELECTION: Saturday, March 3. SHERIFF LIJTCOL! COCNTT. CT" We are autluirizcd to announce Col. JoM-pli II. eorf;r, a candidate for Sher iff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 18CO. " 07" We are authorized to annotinco Mr. Ionise, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the next March Election. 05" We are authorized to announce Mr. Jo!m Owrn, of the third district, a can didate fir Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the luext March Election. ' " CIRCUIT COVKT CXKRK- MNCOLH COCXTT. 07 We are authorized to announce Mr. j It. K.Voolnrcl, a candidate for Clrrk of. the Circuit Court of Lincoln county.attho next II arch Election. . TBUSTEE...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 October 1859

" . ... '" FatUiisg Swiaf. ; . MesVrs' "EDiTCRs:-UBJoui;tedijr tbo mofct profitable hog : for the west- erii fni'mer to raisa 13 -tiie small breeds or tbeir crosses. On tkej comuaoH stock of tbe country :wMcbj fdrrweJ )a March," or April, wiib, rea$outilIe kcepifig, tbey will fatten in cigat p4ioatbs,frotn tv buudreil to to buudrt'd nod fifty pounds, or one year inter, four buodrcd pounds, af ter Laving raise J."a litter of pigs. That it is uot prufitaUo to raise coru fed pork to sell is a nell .known fret. And if we vo to raise mucb ht prcEeut prices ofpork and earn, at a profit, wo must do it by feeding piincipiilly on f uch fuod as ' otber Hiiininla nill not' eat. Ilo will probably, lay on more fat fjr tbe food consumed tbao any otber of tbe domestic) animals. Tbey will alao consume food .which but for Ibeir accenimodalbg appetite, would be wasted. To rais pork teonoinicaily, it is' of tbe first importance t keep cows, ,rmd the nutubi r f bogs that can be profitable (kttent eter ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 October 1859

JST 0. Wallace, I.: ' liiii.i. 441. NO. 25--V0L. 9. VI THURSDAY, OCT OB E R 2 7 . 1 859 . 01 P'AFBTTE FILLB T.HR 1 JJ 11 il Qj-Two Dollars for one year if paid at the time of subscription, T o Mollais mm Fil'ly iils, without pevjatjox, after tbe expiration of three months. VPAll Hills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered duo wheu coi.tra.rted, except against thoso with whom 'we hire running accounts. (ftT Subscribers failing 1 o order a discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the rn ri.ini, r ii nv m .1 v n : : v I k s t 'Pi :i i are considered as willing to renew; and :t , ",,,v J - ' . will be coi. tinned to them accordingly. icy IS rnprr vill be ecnt out of the county unless raid for in ad?incc.- ttt-Advertisement, inserted atott. not- Jur ior Kqusire 'X'fl'. Uijp- or L.e, for the first insertion; Filly Cents for each -continuance. Ii"? Persons advertising by the year, v ill be: w r il l - charged Forty Dollar fora LolecoI-)jnA Ulllll, M mr. ... -,...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 October 1859

' 'v;-' ! i'T.' k I: r i - Mr v - .it-- 11 i'. ; - i t - ; v "if. - -, F Af ETTEVILLE OBSERVER FREEXJF POSTAGE IN IINCCLN CO. N. O.VALLACEi Editor. OncE Atihetame Old Stand; SigiioftTie FA YETTE V ILLE; TENN : .Thursday Morning, October 27, 1359 ...r;--,f-"-r7--;" - . . 02TV.' Tbn following ' telegraphic difpitches, giving the particulars of nn, insurrection Uml took place at Harper's Ferry, -Virginia, during the ' tirst past, of last week, will bo read with interest: z MMHliG IMSOBBECTSQH ! ! 1510011' ' KliI9JSfS, i Baltimore, Oct; 17 evening Tiio irt.iti SffB'A'rotiT 't lUr. ' per's Ferrv wis seized rtnd the 'Rail - ' road trni as East and West stopped ' vesterdav Iv Tiotfri' The town i. ,in; possession pr iix cr- acv.en hun - rdred whites and blick. It was first , -alleged to fce an abolition' movement, ; bat is how supnosatlto-orifirinate'from : 'the employees -on iho-fiofRrumont . dam being, cheated recently bv an ab - .-.'acondinrr contractor' who tak this.10" -"ciienry awaiti...

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