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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 October 1859

'J 3 .0 ft I?, i; 1 ! ; mr Free of Postage in Lincoln County THURSDAY, OCTOKEU 27; 1859. ST BUSINESS m i 'ib ADVERTISERS YILL TAKE HEED! (Kr Business meTwla ncdt that the IMVPTTffrn I P nPC17Pvrn is one of tha best AovEaTisiKa Medr'ms in the State, it "having the LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY NEWSPAPER published IN : , ELECTION: Saturday, March 3. snEanr lixcols coexfr. j we are authorized to announce Col. Josenli ir. Gcorsc a candidal for Shir- r aycttevillc Observer i Iff of Lincoln county, at thellarch Election, stances must be left to the judgment 1880. - - ) . (KT We are authorized to announce Mr.!' the World, Of the dtjciiion of JUS- UnnnWtX ca,!?M8 fKrrfh?riff of i'ticca. An unauthorized , crowd, who Lincoln county, at the next March Election. ! , -OCT We are authorized to announce Mr. inflict death upon persons Or destrUC- uuii uwcn, oi me inira aistrret, a can didate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the next March Election. ' CincUIT COUBT CLEBK LINCOLN COUNTY. OCT" We are au...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 October 1859

, The Petersburg Ioteliigencer says the following receipe naw (or the first .time tnado public may be lelied upon as a specific for the hcg cholera. It hud been fully tried and tested on the hogs of a gentlemun of Amherst, Va. " The remedy was given in all the vaiied stages of the disease, and uniformly cured iu every case. It will not 03 Impossible after nil the fruitless efforts hitherto made, to find out a remedy for the Asiatic cholera, or that this one.accidentally suggested by a young lady to her father iu Am herst, Va.", and which was successful in curing th bogs, may be equally bo in curing man of that tumble disease cboUru: Rec'pc Cent up an ounce or nwrer of assafcelid iv and add say to aa ounce a piut 0 whisky, or other kind of tpirits, and give to the hog two tiiblespoonsful, it produces an immediate relief, and speedy ud peimnnent cure. The effect which this drench had upoa the hogs spoken of was to cause them to vomit the jnost disgustinjr and loathepome mass!eJeb les ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 November 1859

-T ' '- - , , ,L mi mini mi 1 1 1 "Hm TnTTTiiarrMii i n mn ' . ' -- ' ' .gs. - - i I " I it V I 1 , . 1 s i i i' ISTm O. "Wallace, KO. 26rV0L 9. ftt'wo nollar for one rear if paid at the time of stiUcription, T.v Dollars j HittI Fifty CcISVIfHonTJ)isiiiu.T1 alter the expiration of t&Tee months. . V7A11 Bills fr Advertisements, Job Work, : or Subscription, considered '.n when cor. traded, except against those with whom we have running accounts.' - CO Subscribers rr.ing to order .liscontin nance or the paper , at the expiration of the time for v-hich thef may hare subscribe, are considered as wishing so renew; and it will he continued to them accordingly.- IC7- 1'nSMT will he eent oub ot the Tpbs i.aid for in advance. ' . CCr Advertisement t- inserted at On" Dol iar irrr,H:ircof Twelve ilne or I,rs, for the first insertion; FIHj Cct for each continuance. iiZi' Persons advertising by the year will he charged Tori y Dollars for a whole col-irmnTTwi-Hiy Dollars for one-half, fen oli;...

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

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER -In- . ' FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Orno Atthe$xvt Old Stand; Signof Iht " O&ttrttt Printing Ofict." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning,NoveEiber3,lS59 Clue to the Mystery. Tais mruiog, s ivs'tha Washing ton States of th 19th instant, we treru permitted to copy the anony mras letter sent to tho Secretary of War from Cincinnati sme two minthi since, and which affords a clpo to the mystery of thy in surrection at Harper's Ferry. That it-was precoQCirtad nnnths before its occurrence this letter, anonymous though it be, leaves' uo room for doubt. It i dited at Ciucinntti, August 29tb, posi milked August 23d. and uddresstd to "Hon. John B. Floyd, -Secretary of -Wr, Wash ington, D.C , PrivtieJ" The writer mentious the existence of a 6tcrct apseciation, having fwr its ot ject tfceliberiiticu-of tl.e slaves of the South by general insurrection, and names the leader of the movement "Old Joe Browu" nil cf which has jto enable them to figh...

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

4 i ' i X- II I) I: i i t u J ( 1 ' Fayetleville Observer Free of Postage 1 Lincoln County THUKSDAY.lVOVKMnERS. 1859. BUSINESSNOTIGE! ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! OCT Business men will recollect that the , FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER it one of the best Advertising Mediums in the State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION 33"5T LONG 01D3Dfc3I OF AMY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN Scinch Jcws&te ELECTION: Satcbd'ay, March 3. SHERIFF LISCOLJt COCNTF. K7" Wo are authorized to announce Col. Joseph . (ieorge, a candidate for Sher iff of Lincoln couuty, at the March Election, 18GO. ; CC? We are authorized to announce Mr Mosj Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the next March Election. 0C? W are authorized to announce Mr. John Ou en, of the third district, a can didate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the next March Election, CIRCUIT C017HT CLERK LTKCOLX COCKTT. 05" We are authorized to announce Mr K. S. Wooitiird. a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lincoln county ,at the ne...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 November 1859

To Cleanse Wool for Ilome Use. A correspondent of . the Hurai New Yorker furnishes the following receipt for cleansing wool which may benefit car renders: . uTwo pails of rin water, one of crice, one pint of salt, beat all to scalding beat. Put in tie ivool, stir itb a slick, and let it remain for libout tbiri)' miontcs. Take it out with i; stick, arid Iny on a board to urun. . IIiiTe the board so arranged cn tbe side of the tub or kattla that t be liquor will -rim back in same. Aficr the first kettle full i taken out, iidd mere nntcr, uiino and salt, to ker p up the ftrength of the liquor, nnd pioeecd ns before. Tbe lii;tr the liquor is used tbe bettir. Soft soap cr lye from ashes, will answer in tbe place ol mine, or may be used with tbtm. The liquor must be ttrenjj enouch to dissolve the cum or oil on the wool, so as to rinse off cleac It is of no benefit to pick." By leivicg out the (alt in the above liquor, it will be fouud Tcry useful for tbe purpose. The hdditien of the salt ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 November 1859

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Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 November 1859

I : FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N Q WALLACE Edl lor. . One At fl tame Old Stand: Sign of lh ... Oburvtt Printing OJke." " - '- FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Slorning, Nor. 10, 1859. - The Arch .Insurrectionist. " .' The National Democrat, of Cleve land, Ohio,wboFe editor bad frequent opportunities of knowing Brown and fcia confederates,' their movement? . und associations, gives the following ccount"of that vile old devil' in hu man form: - - A bolder or a worseman than that same Ossawatomiii l3rown the world never saw. , Ilia single virtue, linked with a thousand crimes was bulldog , courage. Fanatio to the highest de gree a pupil in politics of the Gid dinca school he has been taught to believe "that killing q, slaveholder teas an act tchkh'' God would approve. When in this city last spring,- in his lectures he told of his stealiog negroes nnd running them to Canada;, ofhia 'stealing horses which he then- had ' with him for eale; . of; his shooting down sl...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 November 1859

, . O . - :. '' . ' - ' . -.1 " . -vv-- v l . t-rro w?-x --:V.. - ..vr---:: i.'.-1.-., : :- f tf ".V;.- .""f'- -'.-.'- 5 - ' '. - : . . ..- ... ,. " ii i if si-- FayeUeyille Observer - T .... , ,1 Free of Potge In Lincoln Conntj ' '"' ' " - ;i THUKSDAr.NOVrcSIBER 10 i '.. .. i 1 1 1 . ii i m BUSIWESSMQTIGE! ADVERTISERS-WILL TAKE HEED! 00" Business men will recollect that the FA YETTEVILLE OBSERVER one 6r the test Adtkbtkiso Msdiciw in Vha State, it having the- ' " - ' LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED - IN , - ELECTION: Sturdat, AUfccn, 3. tS$ authorized to announce CoT. Jopli II. rge, cHJhlate for Sher iflT of Lincoln county, at the March Election, i860.;- -. y. : OCT" We are . authorized to announce Mr. ItIosc Cms, a aadidats far. Sheriff of , Lincoln county, at the text March Election." 07 We are authorired to announce Mr. Jolin Owens, of the third district, acan , . didate for Sheriff of Lincola county, t at the - text March Election, -j ' . . . - crnctTrr court cle...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 November 1859

- , -I :v i ? i In t .- v; I... n -1 - 1 rieiiabler Jiccipe5.1 ; . A correspondent J,rQ.y ;ofvNtv" York. City sendaius the- folio wing - recir.cs, which bis personal experience (of over' 50 years) ' enables,, him' Id recommend as bYing almost, infalli- vile;-, v . . How 'to Ccee tub CnRoxic Goct. . Take hot iDfgr d iable-5alt,:and : bithb" the parts ' afjft-cted "with a soft ." piecy of 11 hi nek llub in wit lit bo band, a nd d ry . i he " "ft'oV kc by t he fi re"; JlepeaJ jh'3 operation four tirriel in .the 24 hours, 15 minutes each' time, for four day; then -' twice "a day for the -' Skine- pcrioij;;. theiaVoncoi'hbd . follow this rulo wh erieTr tbosy mpf toms show themselves at any fuiure time. .The philosophy sndtche foistry of. the' above formula h as ; follows: Chronic goo t proceeds from . the 6b- siructiod o.f tha free circulation of the i - blood (in t he prt s . a ff-Ctcd) by the j- deposit of a chalky BubstaDceiLiob, is generally, understood ",to ;,lw a carbonate and .' p...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 November 1859

! : v 1 : k pK .ri(-.;......,j, I-,,-: v . vt...-w.J-?! -W-a-.J- m : r5-. " " ' - - ' .Y-i I II Mi"l I lllllll III III"' "m ' ' i T i 'mm, him I II ,4 " T'XXrCTZ"""? : . , ' --' f . ,7 i 7V L a -UiU- : -0:: i na; iu.i. , . . i si.vof::;;,". ""''' " ' - ; NO. 2W0L 9. j-Two Dollars for one year if ind at the time of inscription, To Dollars mid Fifty Cents, vithout detiatiok : ' after the expiration of three months. T7AII Bill for Advertisements, Joh- ' Work, or' Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with rhom wi hare running accounts. t-Sabscribers failing to order discontin-, rriEKMS- - i3T .fit - nance of tbe paper, at the expiration ofthe,, . ... . . no'martflr'' The time for which they may have subscribed, relate, but but DO matwr. .- ine are considered a wishing to renew; and it : ' wil 1 hn rontinned to them accordingly q7Ko Paper will be cent ont of the ' fountr nnlesTaid for in advance. tiCr Advertisement inserted atOn Dol lar pcrsqnareoi iwe "or I...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 November 1859

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. - Ornc 4 the tarn Old Stand: Signof the " Observer Printing Ofue. " - - FAYETTET1LLE, TENN: Thursday Morning, Not. 17, 1859. Ccmplroller's Report We have been favored with a co py of the able report of James T. Dunlap, Esq., Comptroller of the State, to the preient Legislature. It is a pamphlet of more than seventy pages, filled with interesting state . merits pertaining to the financial condition of the State. The follow , ing synopsis, will, we trust, be accep table to cur readers; Receipts into the Treasury forthe) year ending Oct. 1, 1858, 5669,14 1 i 41. Ivt tbo year ending Oct 1, 1859, $1,178,753 49. Dislursemeut For the year ending Oct. 1, 1858, $750,763 76. For the year end ing Oct, 1859, 5953,523 85. . These differences in receipts aud disbursements between the two years, are accounted for as .follows: In 1858, the Bank of Tennessee 1 paid no profits into the Treusuary. In 1859 it paid $420,403 32....

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 November 1859

Fayeifevillfe Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln County THURSDAY NO VEttBEIt 17.1850. ADVERTISERS AVILL TAKE HEED! C3-Business men will recollect that the FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER e-ne of. ta best fAbTSBTlsisa IMesicxs in . the State, it having the t LARGEST CIRCULATION , - - . "BIT XONO ODDS I -OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN gfrttrii ;;llftiint--1860. ELECTION: Saturday, March 3. 6UEBDT LIXCOLH COUNTY- DCT We are authorized to announce Col. 'Joseph II Ueorge, a candidate for Sher iff of Lincoln county, at ' the March Election, i860. - ; . - (K7 We are authorized to announce Mr. Mosc Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the next March Election. (7- We are authorized to announce Mr. John Owens, of the third district, a can didate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the Dtxt March Election. CIRCDIT WOUBT CLERK LI500LH -O0CNTT. trr- W. are authorized to announce Mr. It. 8. Woodard. a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lincoln county ,at the next March Election. TRU...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 November 1859

To PreTcnt Cows;;Kitkiflg-Teach-? . jag Calm to Drink. r lT) I ted a ereat many ntnediafti'trah. liabed in the papers for kickisg cowf. 1 have tried all the Temidiea 1 iever eaw or heard of, tut,ticR the cr3r?s Liul legs together, and all fair d until 1 invented one )f y otv n. - Oui bktn has v 6lRDcbioni in all the sta bles lut t fir, wid the cow to; be milked is placed in them, fi. e.,) the stan chions. I put a rope around her horn, and pass it orer the beam over ikr head, and - draw uron " it until her head is is high as it can he with out; nosing her ft el from tbo, floor, then; fasten j the' , rope, ,'abd I will warrant she cannot kick, for do ani mal can kick unless they can gel their head down. ' r,-. Ever since 1 first learned to milk (about r 15 years, ) I have always had to milk the kicking cows; the men' would . always 'r say, (if a cow kicked,) "oh leave h?r till John comes, be will milk her." Though 1 Bay it myself, I never saw a cow 1 ceuld not milk.; Three years ago 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. — 24 November 1859

t-r'-ryj. wwwmi'.1" "l"rf. 1 "Let all the ends toon ifm'stat be thy Conntry's, thy God' and TrnthV ) J ; ii J i-1 NO. 2.9.VUL. 9. TESK: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, jf859. HIIOLE NO. 415. 1 m mnamm' '".sff FAYETTE mm r - 4 CrTwo Dollar for one year if paid at : , thetime of subscription, 'rv iunaia ' H(i Fifty Cents, wi e hodt deyiatioh after th exniration of three months. . -r7AU Bill for Advertisements, Job Yorlc or Snhssrintion, considered due when contracted, except against those with whom we have running afconnts. Subscribers failing 1 o 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. ICPRo Paper-will be sent out of the ronntv unless paid foT in advance. -tgr Advertisement J inserted at One I)ol- Jar tier Square of Twelve Una or Los, for the first insertion; rilljr Cent for each continuance. -$-. 1- Parsons advertising by the year, will be ' charg...

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

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER: M ' 11 ' " 1 BEE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. iN. 0. WALLACE, Editor. wnoi- Aitr.4tam$ via Stand: Sign of tin " Oiservn Printing OJice." FAYETTEV1LLE, TKNN: Thursday Horning, Nor. 24, 1859. Dwui i iwii uionuiiL i i . We have frequently had occasion IV I, 4 L 1 . 4 11 4 (ion,by inslances,to tho we!l-es!ablisb-ed fact of the dishonesty and hypocri cy of the Black Republican loaders of the North;. Below we furnish addi tional evideneo of an irrefutable char acter of the utter wnut of principle and Christianity that characterize xnem. ine uov. unase spouen i ranks high among bis biethren, and Is looked upon as one of the bright lights of his trt asonabla band. It will Le observed that he "does not wish the slave emancipated because he loves fcim, but because he hates his master!" Was there ever n more complete confession of a man's own villainy? Henceforth Gov. Salmon P. . Chase 8 name should be a stench in every honest man's nostrils. - ... . ' But to our authority;...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 November 1859

. . - - t - rt?n . ' . w ."t!Tr5C y (1 ) Fay etteviile1 Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln County TILCUSDAV,OTr:7IECtt21 IS50. BUS!NESSNOTICE ! ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED 1 f. --r '. , -. j. ' i . - - - . .- 07" Business men will rtccllect that the ' FA YETTEVILLE. OBSERVER ii neiof the . best Adtertijiso Mediums in the Scat,it having the . LARGEST CIRCULATION v crrr ir : t nr ELECTION: Satcbdat, Makch 3. . SHERIFF MXCOLS' COUSTT. .. .1. . 0T We are authorized to announce Col. Jocti II. tieorgc, a candidate for Sher iff of Lincoln couuty, at the March Election, I860. : We are authorized to announce Mr. Ittose Cruse, a candid Ate for Sheriff of ! a candidate lor onerin 01 t: i .v--:. i.t v. t?i; (KT We are authorized to announce Mr.; Otiel8. But as to pretty,, gins! Joan oxvius of the third district, a can- j There uticrlylost , for Marshall ornate for bhenff of Lincoln county, attho! T. , i- next M.rcU Election," v . : or Lmcolu either can hide him cibccitcookt clehk oscols cocstt....

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

How Gesliea Baiter is made. ; Mr. Denmston, a practical butter- , maker, gWes iho following brief de scription of how thti celebrated Qo then butter U nude: 'Thti cell Mr where the milk is kept ; iiou!d be cool, well ventilated aud titan. Tbe milk ought to be itrain d iu paus contuinirjg teu or tweWo quarfs each. If tho weather is very warm tbe pans ought to be set on the cellar otherwise on shelves. The inilk ought to bo churned until it becomes thick or loppered the milk and cream are then churned to gether. Some dairymen ikiin oil tho croam aud part of the milk, and churn that, but tbe Goshen ButUr is churned from tho milk and cream., Tho churn used is the common "dasher churn," driven by a dog, horse or hand power, According to the ize of the dairy. The churn may bo half or two-thirds full of milk; and r pailfal ot cold water added before starting to churn. In cold weather warm water is put ia. The churning febould be with a slow, regular motion and to make good, eelid butter wi...

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

"Let all the cads (lion ainVstat be thy Country V thy God's,' and Trothy' " : NO. SO. VOL. 9. i F A YETTB F 1 1 L E . TEN N : Til U R SD A X DEC EM B E I ft - fj-Two Dollars for one year if yaM Rt tbetime of sul.scrii.tion, Ti Polling mul Fifty Cents, wirnoBTHEViATiow v after the eriration of three months. ; rnAII nil for Advertisements, Job- r Work, or Subscription, considered due when contrRfted, except against those with whom we have running Recounts. ' fc Sabsoribcrf faV.inp 1o order a discontin uance of the pnper ,at the expiration of the time for whirh tbey may have subscribed, 're considered as wishing to renew; and it 4 will be conlinccd to them accordingly. ttJVo l:icr will be cent out of the countv unless paid for in advance. - titT Advertisement inserted at On Pol- lar ifi'Sqarni .- .. or for the tirst iwerwon; ' Ccti! for each continuance. - fT . umn. Twenty Uollnw for ue-lialf. UIUII, M ... J Veil I1 ar for one-quarter. Ao feta- '.-.-. rt.,i,rr under aw circttinSfcmce. ...

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

r FAYETTEVILLS OBSERVER- FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Orrrci At llut tarns Old Stand: Sign of Of "Observtt Printing OJice." FAYETTET1LLE, TENNt Thursday Morning, Bee. 1, 1S59. Death ef Maj E. G. Eastman. ; We are pained to learn, that Maj. Elbredgb Gerrt Eastman," senior ed itor of the Union & American, died ia Nashville, of apoplexy, at half pastel o'clock.jWednesdsy morning .of last week, after an illness of on ly one hour. It was our fortune te hive been intimately acquainted with him, and we know him to have been a genial, kind-hearted, honora ble man. In the words of the Nash ville Typographical Union As a citizen, his public and private life was without stain or reproach, an honor to his country, an example to his countrymen. , As a husband and father his vir tues were above praise, as words are inadequate to measure this 'great loss to the wife and mother and the fami ly thus in a moment deprived of him who was their protector and the dear est obj...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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