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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 1 December 1859

etteville Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln County VlIUKSDAY, DECEMBER 1. tS5 BUSIfJE$SMOTICE! : ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED 1 -CT Business men will recollect that the ' T? i VPTmmTii T.T1 nnornTrnn n ene of the beat Advertisino Medicjh in the State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION - B-5T LONG 023X331 - f Mil lictosfjqpcr pqbSi5ed Is' CJU.V rdi:ilftinii-1860. ELECTION: Saturday, March 3. RBEBIFF LINCOLN COTJNTT. (k7" We we authorized to announce Col. Joseph II. tjicorge, a candidate for Sher iff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, I860. 03"" We are authorized to announce Mr, ifosc Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the next March Election. (ttr We are authorized to announce Mr. John Owens, of the third district, a can didate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at tho next March -Election, ... CIRCUIT COCET CLEBK LINCOLN C0CNTT. . . 0 We are authorized to announce M r. It. S. Woodarsl. a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lincoln county.at the next iiar...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 1 December 1859

3 Clot .Training Oxen. A word ca training oxen. I have found that by fnrtba best time to tfaio steers is -when they ari calves, 'say the first winter. Oxen that are i Imined when they ere quite joung fire nr.ich more pliable and .obedient, end this adds much to their value. Steers tliatrun until they are tvro or tlree years old ar dangerous animals to encounter; They run away with the cait or, eled whenever there is a ciiaEce for them, and often serious irjury is the ; result.' I would not .recommend working stetrs bard while young, it prevents their growth; thtre U a difference between working them and merely training them. I have observed that. very little attention is paid by our farmers to traiu their etecrs to back, but as thy become ble U draw a considerable load tor ward, they are often unmercifully . beaten on the head and face because they will not back a cart or sled with as laige a load as they can forward, forgrtting that much aios has been taken to teach them to draw fo...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 December 1859

"Lf t all (he ends (lion nlm'st at be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's" Proprietor. , NO, SI. VOL. 9. rJM " JB Q - T PNsi (tr'B, o Iollnr for one year if paid at the time of subscription, T,vo llollin uiitl I'lltf CiHt wirnouTrEviATioi after tlie expiration of ln,eP N'011111'- V7AII HIM fur AdvertiserneoU, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when conirartel, except againsUhoae with whom we have running account. (Subscribers failing lo order a diacont n uance of the paper ,at tbe eip.rat.on of the time for which they may have subscribed are considered aa wishing to renew, and .t will be continued to them accordingly. It-ra Iler will be aont out of the COU...V unless paid for In advanre. . rVr Advertisements inserted at Oiiff Dol I,,r Vior Kitiiir f l t ly r .. ir ia " Out for each conunuar.ee . i im iiv i s charged r-rlf fui Persons ad ver .,,, . '"V. "V " U , cni... -- - ,. . (tiii i.t (or cue-iiiui. . . . tltltll I HTIIIT l',F" . 'I iiii,iru fir one-Quartor. Aodevia- . "...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 December 1859

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. . N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Qttxck--M the tame Old Stand:, Signof the " Obiervet Printing Ofice." V "TaYETTEVILLE, TENN: I I M Thursday Morning, Bcc. 8, 1859. Fears of the North, A writer in the Philadelphia Ledger, alludhg to an-anti-slavery crusade, thus sets forth his own o pinion and that of many conserva tive people at the North: ' It is my firm conviction that there is tuch thing as straining the cord which binds" North and South together until it will Enap thunder. Ttu-re is a point beyond which endurauce cannot go. Sup posu ihe Southerners should t(ike it iuto their - heads that we of the North are oppressing our factory pe- irtivpp 'and that, in the exercise of i 7 ' a misguided philanthropy,-' they thould send a baud of marauders to release these children of toil; that they should incite thein to burn our houses, ravish our wives and daugh ters, butcher our children, and mur er ourselves; suppose .that, this hav i eg been ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 December 1859

lrayetleville Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln County TIIUItSDAY, DECEMBER . 1859. Cupid's Literature Herewith we give place to a loye letter, which, we are assured, is a genuine document and an exact copy Population of FayetteTiile ; We are indebted to ' Mr. John V. JUcKinney, Town Clerk, for the fol lowing statistics showing the census, New Tort. K. T - ' CottonDull,. Upland 11c. Flour has a declining teniency. Corn buoyant; yellow 93 94f.new 8087. Linseed -Oil 5556 i.ard Oil 8792. Sngar quiet, but firm. Or- t Beef Cattle. T'lTAYE eight STEERS to sell cither separately or all togeth- BUSINESS NOTICE! ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! 0" Business men will recollect that the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER n one of the best Advertising Mediums in the State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION "B-5T LOINTQ- 03D3DS 1 Of ajjlj ebjgpqpcir published ii) 0 of the original, except the names of j which has just been taken, of our the parties, - which were withheld 'goodly, town, FayetteTille: fromus. ; Wh...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 December 1859

Large and Small Tries, As this Eulject ia attraciiug much Attention from fruit (rue planter?, we add to what we Lave already publish cd, the following remarks: The best jiieco of advice vo enn otter i lLi, plaut imall trees, uud for tht'Pa reHSons: 1 hey cost one In'f lets nrouud, I. c-n "t the nursery, iutha transpor tiou, and ia planting, whil tho risk of loss if propel ly planted Is not worth estimating, iS a man ought not to Iqsq ono in a thousand. Tho addi tional reasons that imy be ured iu favor of small frees hro these: You can form the tops to suit yojrsjlves, and it ii tho only certain woy of obtain ing an orchard of low headed trees, and in this State thoro is no uso of having any other. Uecauso on the open prairies of the North and West, where tho trees are constantly expos ed to high wiuds and occasional furious tornadoes, they must bo kept low on that account, while at the South it isabsolutclr to essential shada the trunks from the glare of the cummer sun, or the trees...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 December 1859

I".. r I hi - ti I I. - . f ri -if..., r.i. 1 .V ' ,4 v iv ;' ' i. ; '' ' l;?- ff D 2 j . ft .'4 , , ..Kltei! Mi..-!!;. Tw o; iDollar for one year if , ran! at rtlittiine of suUcrii-tion, 1 A Eollitis - '' tllHl Fifty C?"tS. WXYHOOt fEVlATIOS v'f' f(er the 'xi'ufltion of tlifce Jtionths. - . , Y7AII 'I5iH ftr Advertisements, Joli 1' Work," or Suetrir0" : e"Mdered .''when contracted except against these with . 5-w!im;we hae ruunr.g accounts. ; frVSalwcribers faiVn to orrter a di.contin- uanccof the pnpcr.nt the expiration of the , r,., -. Klrl. thov mar have sufcscriLcd, f. are considered as wwhin? to renew. n4 it U 1 b i-ontinued to them according. . ' tn- So Vapcr will ' te sent out. of the county wnlesa pam ioi " - THE FANDANGO FiBHT ; 'll e temporary- witltd r ot't be enemy iivtj ua time td samiue hU reiir walL and'add to iho 'strength of 'tbe barricad, there. . While engaged iu 'this work; a gentle tap was 'sever- nl times ;repeaieu: upon iub:.uuimu of the door nntl W .oft Voice...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 December 1859

-1, : ... f FATETTEVILLE 0BSEREK:3v-::-",?w'",w ft? '"" jmu u. nu enterprise, in wmcn oor FREE CF POSTAGE Ifi liTICOLfl CO. N. O. WALLACE, Editor. People have a deep interest, from the Memphis Appeal: 1 . . ; Winchester and Alabama Railroad- This' road is now .finished to the WriUeer': h Fagttfevflld Observer the Consumptive BY 1RE5B. LETTER FROlt EUROPE . : OuanAulumn Eve. long lime ago, while yet thcr sun lincrered in tVe Tennessee and Alabama line. -from' ivr . t'r "' .i:.. it,! Winchester, and the distant thpnn1 . . . . . . . to Browosboro, oV tbe Memphis aridlT s ff?na iiaence m9re than two bunded years, Chnlkstnn railnuiiV U nlnpfpAn n,5lu0 510,5 to rest,l Stood bCSlde tbe.COUCU - v ..... fM KMWfr-V& UilJVUt . Versailles,' August 7,1859. - The city of VeTaaillesJ situated 12 miles from Paris, is worthy of spe cial notice. It has been a roval res The cost of this nineteen miles . is 1 of P,eo.n; and contains' the celebrated Palace of Versailles, built in the 17th century, e...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 December 1859

1: .4 - . ' r ; - 1 . . n --- , v-."- '.--"., ' - - . , - rj - -:... - . : .- Is Sv it. i . rfee of Postage In Lincoln Counij TIIUHSD4 V,DCCE3IDEI6 IS , ?, . -3.; If ash vi lie. The New Year is Ccsiisg- 1 x iDttbout two weeks more;' the old fyear will pass away, tod 18CO will be Teian j-r A dams Eipress Ccrapanjr, V" Stabbed . fp ' Hr-ii' -BASK SOTE ttsT. iMWrniih" r.nt- If UaUi : r:?0 Han of TnneWC firinoi-; b:nk7.7.6cdi rr38I3 wort known ani reIiaW- Aft Ad fihntir ln.-4ftDd thft ; othtr: nhrmt union n v . - Union ;BHnkt.'; ..do N Carolina Banks 2crlw company Las extended its lne' i Planter Baiik-;... doVirjinfa Banks It ilia I to : " , CUSIiJESSi MOTICE ..ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED I OTT Business 1 men wQl; rcccllect tliat tb V Fayelfevillc Observer K i"one of fhe best ADrEBTisisa' Mkdicsh in .' t ihe- State -K -it hating tbe . . ' : ;i - v LARGEST ; CIRCULATION - SOUTHERN TENNESSEE ! ushered in itb all the.cilanty 'which-2 1 years- were committed to jail: in f Hereynur. . :BnV. -...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 December 1859

' -..'' '.'". "" r. '. . ' -' . ' ' - a" '"" t ''V ' .: "'. '; .'''.-'..-'"- ' '' T. . "' -v1 V " '.'''.!'"v; " v ';.,'-.-V-s';" ..." -r - -; 'v . , . . T ' - - . . : . -. .v y. - .. i .- -.. . . - - , : : t . - hi f - 'J ' I t ! i 'I! s II. v A ) i " -" ; ' - 'TV: ; : I mih ' through you r val uable ,. pe I, riodical to call public attention to J- very serious evil wbieh Las thiisfa'r 7: bee n . t oiera I cd 1 allude t e " Ihe hundreds of thousands of 'worst :lb?n useless dogs whlchre ;.llowcd' - tct rumble about. Go iu )vharoVvej C'dirtctioii you iil, In life ; rural dis , tricja .of tbjs iS.tatc.you oiCien cat ., -count (rem three to live dog 'ai -r husf which Ketbut .if Jiby, '"feed Xroni their owners-;.' atd, -as a y , .- , Tt ry natural 'ctmsequi pcv ; a'- greut. c ..'portion i f ihtm will brlp tbn:sCjlvr. ; . - to any v' ofjltho srritllir.. domes! c ;tDimala cspf cially ' - eboatskn.1; f f sheep they stern particularly "y food - Js' of. .. If we could obtain correct t tistica...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 December 1859

1. i! ..if WHOLE NO. 449. t ' r - c 1 V r (i II t m ;4 1. SI !mwo' nolln for one yea1 if .paid Ltiml of 8tiLBcr?rtion.Trt PUis Il.l.l ViftJ CUIUS, irHO0Tt.fcTUTI0K after tle ratkli 'of tlnee tuontha. , XT'All Kil for AWertiaetneiitBt Jol- "Work, or ' SuUcriplioli , co.si.lrcd due when-contrartea, except ugamat those with whom we hae runi.ir.g aecounta. -. tfr S..U-ri1.erf fnihK order aiacontin ruance of U.e paper ,t the expiratmw of the -"time for wWrh.ihey may have .uhacrild, are conMered wishing to rd.ew; and it ' will W -oTtinre to them accchl.ngly id IVo Pier,wUr;he cent out.ot. the A4rtnt i irtej at " lar iter Wfr"' :' . : : ii Xc'I . for the first insert.or. ; I illy m' " . , . V:-'C:Ml or each . fontmuaiM-B '' fit? Person aiHerUwn? i . v.... - for or.e-l.alh charged rr I y . ?mn "CM,y, 'r::rter. AWe Ttqwar "" "-..,, illCrudiM ion from -'"' CV' T;: whS ei C it,(I to Mlriilhi, hmilfii to nuen - .... i - ' . . . i. the husiness of an ad- mnii In:1tinn farmed that of it iiMljvMua...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 December 1859

'4 -i ... ... i .:-V.- - ' ZVy 'Y;. FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE III LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Omot AitJiesame OMSiand: Signof tin ' Obttrvei Printing OJic$. FAYETTEVILLE, TEKN: TUnrsdayJlorning, Sec. 22, 1859. Tennessee Legislature. The two Uonses aojourned on yes terday, (Wednesday) until the 2d day of Jauuary to enjoy the Christmas bolioays at home on their own expen ttg. . . .Dr. J. W. Richardson, on last Fri day, introduced irresolution,, in the Senate, providing Tor the redemp tion by the State of the outstanding notes of the Exchange Back at Mur freesboro. It was referred to the committee on the judiciary. . The bill, to expel free negroes from the Slate, "'has pass&d two rca .dings la the House, with 6orne a mepdments. . . . . ' The following nc has been passed by both houBes of the General As- eemblv. and is now in law:. An Act ts Eecure the r'ghts of widows dissentirg from their bus - baodd' wills. oec. i? ia u enacieu oy me .uep. cral Assembly of 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. — 22 December 1859

if IV i J i i, i r V .m.T.jjI Ti'iBtin iVriihT ui bhimi .'ji' ' "i riff ' . '.? Fityettev i 1 1 e Observer Ffee" f Postage in Xincoln Coanly v vTnOKSDAY.DEjCEaBEIl 23.18591 Pcnllefltiarj JSuMm'"::",. Democratic : Some friend in Nashville, has sen t i 7 A t IbA suggestion Tof . set da th .VlUporYjof the ConiKUon of biaf Drobcratic fnendse aqnp iL. wl: ..1 .7 T...Li77ii-17 r-.!itti -i. ' -i'lA- in .77 -htz -re .HL-JJ. -i 1 BySSESSSfjaTlCEl -ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED ! Xrir Boisine'si men will recollect that the :qyettevillc : Observer oneofjli Wt ADTEHtKISO MlDnJMS in th States t hTi2 the t .-. ' LARGEST CIRCULATION ' )- -car- t r--NQ, OX3XD3 1 ; tbo Tennessee. PeqUentiary, which ve lesrh'that there, are now. in 6f the IXemocracy attbe iourr-honsc i hi the prison 378 conyipts," or whom r- job Monday;' the" 2dday , of ; January j J1 itto.F.i be cotton market haaJbeen -Tarv - . r: " : ----r i r - v " .zrJ t' lover fimireft tnn hsin'Wn inrfiu..M'hUr'"-. i Li- ' ;""-:2. CAJlf -l 5 JTOIII...

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 December 1859

Jt - - it, ir 3 : farm unti. forn; New Drus Store PROFKSSIONAL.; - ' ' : : - - . - i-:: rv ..... .- . , - , , 7f ".' . ..-. .'"?fc'v!-"- ., : - V . .. --. :.. . v ;r -' -. ., .;. . . . , ::- ?. -V- - : - - - : , -- ' -J '".' -- 6- , i! ,t W lift i ; YcDlilation necessary to the ilcallk . - ef Horses. V ;j "The want of a "proper degrea of ntteutioa to the Yuti.ation of sta bles generally, has been one of: tie most prolific sou reus of disease to tt.e onimaUkept ia .lhem. With many farmers, who build baros. it would , . . seem ns if the objtct w is to exduile rather thQ to udmit frtthair toth' ir tt able department. " To such, and (o those who may contemplate building, ne comaiend : the lollowing truthful noarks io the Hriicl below: . Lofanrss is very desirable io a pta- ' tie. It should be from nino to twelve ffcethigh, wliith ill admit of its le iaj well ventured, without the" ne cessity of currents of cold airt The f.ir by being breathed, bt comes un fit for the purpose again, havi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 January 1860

- - 1 fir rr ixi ry ri' mn -;-'iKlMCTwwMiMWMMMMMMMwMM,MMMMMM -.- - . f . . -i - - - - - - V- i . ' 5 -. , r . . - i . . . - 5 - . .. i "Let alllhe cads thoa aJa'sl tt be ihyCocBtry), thy Cod's, and TnrthV. 0- "Wallacey K4 i t.J A ,1 i -r iyyTWO Dollar or on" J1" " .-- -JtTm. S .ub.crtPticB T. D' J and Fifty Cent. wirpoT ditiatioi after tV.e eTrtion of tbiee moiithi. .4 'XTT-AII.BII' AdrwtuemenU, Job Work or -SnlMicrirtiou,- f onr.dered du ' whencoJcractea.etcept .pinrt Aom with ut it.' plSi 'at th. expiration of the tlm fo wWA they wy "Wnbed " will b continued to tbem accordingly ic7K'lner H be eent o,t of tte r Jf . VsaiA ftt krfoVthar.t iD8ertion;Fi?l,l Cents for eacu coi' Lb tintfrrmthfietew"'S""" lO The inrue v- w?d . ,1 ,.. tie business of an ad- . that of its indi vMnal niemben oI nnmir of insert or.s when bndl.w, iw dcrrtim.ntaof a abusive nature, tr.K - - not I tnaeriM u i ; . . . . ' . Job . friMiiim. of J''JZii ! ' neony'v. , e. .: . terms aa j .,V.'m.,1 until Cy fto 'I'M ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 January 1860

- 1. 1 ! 1 !1 BSERVER.' FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. eome action "by ' the TjefjfsluTure" in their behalf. And they , have: good grounds fo exptct some action of this kind sdTrtc return for the'loss . Written for th FayetteviUe Qbtervtr. Oa the Imiaortaliij hi the Suul. ' It is a BT WILLIAM HUBKEIV lunentable truth; and a useless incumbrance? ; Life is a holy thing; and woe unto him that trifles with, or undervalues- the pre cioas boon'., Coa, in bis rti:crvo!ei:ci, LETTER FROM EUROPE." Pints, August 1 2, 1 850. N;.0. WALLACE, Edllor.:: Or rrc r j fl $a ms G7d Standi' Sign cf-iht - uttervet fnnhng Ojice." 1 TiVra c.h. 1 t-.b 1 VV.in inn lsat 1 IV-aUlaiaK&4IAaai. Ua'T ftl..aa auf a . - -4 1 I rust; in theguarantfe of otir Wute ""."ruim iiwugtu ,y cc.v,u.ou .gaVe 11 mat inu .immuriai mm .bsjh- t ,;q Satmday last J visited the ,r --thenilorwih.n .perVri0 Boul.Imrg wilhiu 'os, mightTind ijV' t Vioccnnes here "the IUlWti V The bank was a cbariferd,iusitutionrVoiis who doubt tthe if...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 January 1860

? 1 - I i 2 'I! ? El' : .-- - 7 r n,,,; i w., i-iMii,. . ,1.-,,-: Free f Posface in Lincoln Cfinniv ( ber3tothe:0fori'r have flocked i ' in rapidly, so tbtt we Commence 'the . ADVnJ$HS:WLlTAK'HDl: OCT-Busibesa inea'wiir reccllect that the' tlon list. than, wc. hure (.vef5-betorr had.' -Stick' are among ijbe proofs w? are cai.yTecHYirtg that our paper Js accer.fab!eto h"e people, and we are -y,,' ,-. ; - - . j , Miuiermiiieu not 10 : retH& our euoris XUZJCUCVWC UOSCrVCr'Aomlike it still more Worthy; of, the in one of the best A'dvertisisq Medicm in line bfafe, U having the CIRCULATION LARGEST SOKrOERN TENNESSEE! ; Our- readersvill find on the 'first page ofthiapjige-a. Calendar fur 1800. -As we do not expect to give Tl. "I ' t-1 rit '.: ' l mace again, oey wduiu uo went Sew Vark? . s Co(loh--.lm but onie, RTes liSDO tales. tJplmid ''WidJUnaf WK&WU ." Flour Rnh:! (SIto!byvitle..Tcnn '.. "7 S 'Z ' to SnvlTitinowr- pfttronage so generously - extended 10 us. H&r. Remember, ' ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 January 1860

' Killin II I "Will give the mode which I hate fracliced for a long" time Tery .suc cessfully.' The hams I cure, gener ally .sell io Savannah at fifteen to eighteen cents, and Are considered cqaal to Westphalia. Kill the hogs before day, and when they fire drain ed remove them to the smokehouse; or,vhieh ii better, kill tbem at 4 or 5 p. Jificd get them to the smoke house by nightfall. The ol ject is to keep the' meat from the sun andflies. Cut up tbe meat cutting oil the hums first, so that while yome of the hands are engaged io cutting up te other meat, the bants can be attended to; eptinkle a small teaspoonful - of pow dered eallixjtre on each bnm, and rub It ip with the fingers, or make a so lution of saltpetre nd snub the harm itb it; then add a tnbiespooLfal, oi more, of red pepper to each ham and tub it io; then dd a tahlespoonful ol good hrown sugsr or good New Or leans syrup to each bum and rub that io; let the ham lay till the other meat,, h cut up and rubbed . with salt a...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 January 1860

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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. — 12 January 1860

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. JFHEE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. Nt Q. WALLACE, Editor. Of ncz--Al the mm Old Stand: Sign of the ' Oburtti Printing OJice." FAYETTEVILLE, TKNNi I. a I I Thursday Morning January 12,1800 Report of the P. M. General- We are indebted to our friend, Mr. 3. N. Clements, Chief Clerk in the Post Office Department, Washington City,for a pamphlet' copy of theReport of Post Master General Holt, for the 'Year 1859. We have examined it with care, and while it contains some suggestions that command our meed of praise there are others so entire, ly unnecessary as not to deserve, in onr opinion, the serious consid eration of Congress. Prominent among these ire bis proposed abolish ment of a free exchange of papers between publication offices, and the repeal of the law allowing Newspa pers circulation free of postage with in the County where published. We trust that the National Legislature will do itself the credit to pass these recommendations by, as they have others from th...

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