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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 April 1860

I I- S t si a i; Favetleville Observer irmte1 stealing- - A mm named Carter, Free of Postage la Lincoln Couniy A mm named Carter. ft ho was charged with having stolen between ' If the property in Brazpria coun ty, Texas, which is the richest in the Union in proportion to population 15 and 820 from Mr. James jlfj . clo rnn r" l ' ' , Sjq.OOOJor each ptrson. Jfnilon, was arrested ii this place ,. . ., . " !flT8PS f l Friday, and after n patient hear-1 : Green peas nre selling in U3ii32.3d EUU I IUL i ; w tv,:,m : ChnrksTon. S. C . ut SI 25 tier half TIIUKSDAV, APRIL. 20. IS GO -ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! (7 Business men will recollect that the Fayctteville Observer one of the best Apvrrtisiko Mehicus id - be State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION B-5T LONG ODDSI Of ircto,spqpcir piMi?i) ii) SOUTHERN TENNESSEE ! SECTION: Thursday, May 24? j Clardon.on Saturday, was adjudged guilty as chnrged in the indictment, and required to give bond for his ap pearance at the next term of the Cir...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 April 1860

Jy Experience with Ilusgarian Grass. .. . Mr. Editor. I sowed on 'tbe.mao,. was m man of'great it and bu 23d of Muy Itt fuur quarts of seed jmor. Oa one occasion ho entreated on one fourth acre. The !nod was no officer at Fort Goorge to pardon a a clay loam, ou which cyrn hud been raised the two prrvious years. j . . . . . . After f lowing it in ihv usual way j ins request u no would, in return, for a bioad cbt erring crop, 'grant hrm the first: favor ho would 1 gave it a fcligbt dressing of barnjask. Mr. Morrison . agreed to do jard m.inuro, lianowirg it once, nod this, and the oflkvr immediately de sowed my ited. I went over il)inanded that the ceremony of bap.tisoi oiico with a i'liht drag nfter sowing, i should bo performed on a puppy. but think that a brush or roller: would have ben better. The "seed was covered too diep, and whs too long coming up. In the end, how- ever, it struggled through, and pro - duced a vigorous crop. In Septem-.baptism ber'I gathered one ton of grass h...

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 May 1860

"Let all the ends thoa aiiu'st at be thy Country's, thy God's, and TrnthW' NO; 51.--V0L 9.; EAFETTEniLE, TINN: TU URSBAT , , MAY S, 1860. WHOLE grauiiM ghmr. HlTSTi-llHER. , In (wo weeks Clifton went away i to school, but not uotil he had be- uanceoT the paper ,anuo ui me t - , , , . . i time for ivhich thev mar have snbs-riLed, COOIO perfectly Subdued. My. Step-1 e cousiderea as c,,c" i """is momer ireaieu (iiui wiiu ituejer HI'. SMt'rWW ! (bat btld bis bojuh vanity; AV " . . i . 1 t aF . J ? 1 ? t(7-Tvo Dollart for one year if paid at thetime of aubBcripticn, Tvo DoIIius and rftf Cenf s, wirnouT deviation after the expiration of three months. rAll BiH for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when con cracted, except against those w ith whom we have running accounts.- fttrSabrihers fa.il in il o order a discontln- - uanceof the paper , at the expiration of the ( she sat down in my mother's place, jthe summer passed, and November! jpJj ' Yuttf I owed her no obed...

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 May 1860

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER; FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Omcs Attheaame OldStand: " Obtervet Printing OJice." Sign of the . A SoDibenr Opposition Papei Speaks. Below we copy an editorial article from tbe New Orleans Crescent, one probably not a singlt county in the wbole broad Confederacy, feitber of the distinguished gentlemen named would unquestionably obtain suffi- of U, v.,, aUest OpposUioo Xl '"I omTwise, to a man, support the in the Sooth. The tone and spirit of this editorial commends it to ev ery thinking, considerate, and patri otic man in the land. How strand. FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thnrsday Morning, May 3, I860. California Yeast. Soms weeks since we noticed that Borne physician of Nashville was re ported to have said that California Beer was poisonous. We now take the following statement . from a cor respondent of tbe Nashville Gazette, who signs himself "J. Fairplay." Our readers can form their own con- ciusions in regard to its poisonous qualities for o...

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 May 1860

Vayetteyille. Observer tree of Postage In Lincoln County TliyilSDAY, WAY 3. 1SCO. 7. BUSINESS.:. NOTICE! ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! i (r Business men viH'rocollact that Wdyetteville Observer is one of the best Adveetisino Mediums' in Vhe State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION 33 "V LONG ODDS I 'Of Mfj ftctospspcr ft,biisre3 la: SOUTHERN TENNESSEE! S fan llertiira 1800. ELECTION: Thursday, May 24. ATTORNEY CEXERAL 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT fjr- We are authorized to announce C C. Mclilnucy, Esq.. of Lincoln county, a candidate for Attorney General of the eighth 'Judicial Circuit, composed of the counties of Coffee, Grundy, Lincoln, Franklin, Warren, 'and Van Buren. 07 We are authorized to announce Mr. I'll Hit Turney, a candidate for Attorney, ' General of the eighth Judicial Circuit, com posed of the counties of Coffee, Grundy, Lin- coin, Franklin, Warren, and Van Buren. ICJ We are authorized to announce J. X. Womack, Esq., of McMinnville," a can didate for Attorney General of the 8th ...

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 May 1860

at BAD BREATH. y Mr, Hall baa said a great many good thiogs besides the oce below on tbe obove subject, but Why not;tjbil8 about it, fiaUh tbe subject, and tell us nfcy a person5 with a bad breath eeas dcvpi io knov it, and, what is Worse, xs get tbe "ise tight op io the listener, who U obliged to hold his breath? But . then the talker's breath is strong enough for both, bo that there is no danger of syncope. "Aednipped, white-toothed dime! of aixfe'en, fie&b from a morning ramble . "moDg de clober," will chatter a way full six feet . oIT; while with un washed teeth 8 nd rosin-garlic breath; Eomo old maid will walk , right up, and however rapully you turn to the right' or left to avoid the current, rti irill f11t If tin anil ti-Jfll rll CUT i ill wnuu iv u'tauu iai 'ui tcr puff,tbick enongb to cot in slices. Tell us why, Mr.' Hall, and then prescribe a remedy. Bat to what Mr. Hall has snid id Lis Journal cf Ilenlth: Bad Breath If, when tbe face is brought near aoDthcr's, tbo lip...

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 May 1860

A f NO. 52.H0L. t iyyrn o pollnri for one year if paid t the time of inscription. T.v fiollius mid riftf Cents, WffiioctrEViATioN after the expiation of three month )r-7All iiHIm for AdvertiseroonU, Job Work or Subscription, considered due Sn ommacted, except against those with tr IE Iplperttbo expiration of the J IHUD 1 1 I y . . . for -which they may u friioSe-ir -J.rm of ;tbe French infantry, 1 ho "to Scr will U fcnt out of the bayonet is, in fact, nn arm peculiarly tT an!ci.r. foriV.J,V2r.?;n! "French. It whs invented it is said 'T ;U?,Jiif Bayonne, in 1C41, nd employed r 3 ,., for the first insertion; rin iy 'icyo in tha regiment of the ret for tcli.cteheC;ear win living's Futiliers. -It fiensibly modi- c r I, innii:ii' for one-half, ti .... ; Mvlru Ipm ri. .trid'9 ntrd to iMr own jj!t0 be regarded as the principal means vS'SnU S iViacrcd a8 ioldi,,g 0f action.-' The bayonet bus, in fact, . ' thilt of its H,.iiviUnl mcniLim ., ; IP H J "'" '""""" , , -.i r,u in mlviwct in w c'r...

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 May 1860

1 I - t I;" 1 I N.O.WALLACE, Editor. hiiTnmmr!im - - I r X jyour people.- These are the men you FREE Of POSTAGE fN LINCOLN CO J patTzand arthemenwh? udd mo oueugiu y give 10 iTusa out every man who is willing to res pect your rights. ' . - . .The hole North has been flooded with the Helper book., The Republi cans imbibe its spirit and practice its recommendations. It uttifms that uno man can be a true patriot without hrst becoming an Abolitionist;" aud orges that business discriminations; shall 'be made ogninst every man1 who is not such.. This policy is in foico to a greater or less extent all over the North; and if the South has any respect for itself or its Northern friends, it must meet this proscription in a corresponding spirit. If , will spurn Abolition goods of every character, as .our fathers did the tea iu Boston Harbor, it will bring the Ilelperites to their senses in a single year. Will you do it? or will you continue io buy md scold, and sold and buy, until its rsorther...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 May 1860

c. - , ... - . - . - . . - . ... . . - , , . - . - ... . .' . . - - . . -s, - , - ; - ' .... - - 4- ' ' ."- . ' . , V - "' "- - ' . . ' , s. s . m ? - - .- I-"-"- " -. - . -. - - . ' .... . . ...... v . , ; -, - . . . . , t I v C) ft v Vayciteville Observer 'fee 6f Postage in Lincoln Connly ,. TIILIISDAV, MAY 10. ISCOT" t5USIESS:W0TICE! Advertisers yill take heed ! OCT Business men will rtccllect that JFaticttevillc Observer Sonof tne best AdVebtis'i&'o Mediums in ibeSute, it having the ; LARGEST CIRCULATION 33-5T LONG ODDSl ' SOUTHERN TENNESSEE! ELECTION: Thursday, May 21. ATTOHSEt CEKERAL 8TH JtTIClAL ciacuiTj ;e c y-y o are uuiuri.cu iu iiiiimunic tut.in...... T7 r T : i t. ....I : I a- - r:nli(ldt fnr A tLornpv General of tha eighth 'Judicial Circuit, composed of the counties of Ji0ee, Grand, Liincoln, crtBtijh-, Warren, and Van Bnren. . (t5 We are authorized to announce Mr. Miller Tiiritey, a candidate for Attorney General of the eighth Judicial Circuit, cohi- KHcd of the c...

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 May 1860

Ii nn ffatm ixuli Sate : ' : Bsuies fcr Preserving Frnlt; Th&JlitraUsf, oi Springfield, Ohio, Bays: . .;;: ';. ; " The better half of the editor here of wishes the Iiuralist to try her plan for potting up fruit, if, they are not posted in it already, and see Jf it has not ease and safety to recommend it She lays aside all selkfieali'ng cans, patent glass jars, earthen and fancy stoneware, of which wo hare such a Triety in the market, prefer ring a simple, plain glass .joule, airy sort rt or Etze of a glass bottle that baa wide mouth. ? If the-Lest ud sa'f - a est, they r.ro aho the cheapest, as i qsart botths may be got lor a dollar ter dozen, or a dollar and a half at most , ? ,.- T Place' too bottles on the hearth while the fruit is cooking iu another "vessel. Lot then heaVvery gradu ally, and there is no danger of breaks .iog. Do not cook-the fruit too much. Be careful and have it at the boiling point when the bottle ii filled, that the steam my di?phce all the cir in the Lot...

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 May 1860

"Let all the ends thou aim'st at tc thy Conntry's, thy Cod's, and Troth's." I j i0. Lr-VOL. 10. VwyT.ro Dollars for ono year if paid at Mthetime of aubscriptipD, T.v RoIInrsi uikI Fifty Cents, WITHOUT TKTIATION after tbe expiration of three months. ' y-yfW isiiH for .Advcrtisemente, Job Work or Subscription, considered" due when contracted .except against those with whom we have running accounts. ftfrSabsoribers failing t o order a discontin uance of the paper , at tho expiration of the time for which they may hav subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it . will be continued to them accordingly. C3IVo 1 Paper will be sent out.of the - county unless paid for in advance. -itr Advertisement f inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Xlnes or I.es,for the first insertion; Fifty "tents for each continuance. ry rersons advertising by the year will be charged rorty Dollars for a whole col umn? Twenty Dollars for ; jne-Lalf, . Ten i Dolors for one-quarter. Nodevta- - 'tion ...

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 May 1860

i si! 'V v." -r - - - !:. v I.. f AYSTTEVILLE OBSERVER FREE CF TjSTAGE IN LINCOLN EM N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrncK At the $atne Old Stand: ' Sign of the " Vbservei frtnting OJice." FAYETTEV1LLE, TENN: Thnrsdaj Morning, May 17, 1860, t. " , . - The Platform. We subjoin the majority and mi nority platforms as.reported in the Charleston Convention. That body rejected tbe majority platform and accepted ihe other.- Upon this the Southern delegates seceded: v - . THE MA JOBlTt PLAtFOBM. . The following is thoT majority re port: " . ' J ' . ' Resolved, tbe platfora adopted - by the Demoeratie party atVCincin i nati be affirmed, with the following explanatory resolutions: '--;- 1st: Resolved, That the -government -of a Territory, organized ;by an act if Congress, is provisional end temporary, and, during its existence, hit citizen? of theUuited States have an equal right to settle tith 4heir I -?; property iu a Territory, .without their rights either of person or prop- erty ueing cesiroyea o...

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 May 1860

-V. 3tS"5EaES53553 1 Is t i i :!, . i rrv i if TVce of Postage in Lincoln Codhty fi 5 .- it V'. t 15 r sniV 1 vt S ,V-DVERTi3ER3 WiLLTAKE HEED ! , . , -. - . -r ; ;: - ; t -N j - Business -men wiil recollect that the v V' dyclievillc 'Observer 1 , . ; , - one of the best 'Abv'gBTisiKO '.MemIjim in ' "V " - State, i feiog the " . - V'-: V 'LARGEST CIRCULATION ' ' .V V--U' ; 33 "3T LONG OX) IDS r ':' .:r ;.: SOUTHERN TENNESSEE !;': ELECTION: TnuRSDAV, Mat 24. jkl'TORSET GEKEHAIj 8tH JCDICIAL CIBCT ' - ; ; 07" nTe nnthorired to annoorce C C. t. IrXSL!iin'y, E., of Lincoln coucty. a - -Van'Iidatei for Attorney General of the eighth J udicial Circuit, composed "of th counties of ' toffee. Grand, Lincoln', Franklin, Warren, and Van Bnreo.t' ; : ."''!: . 0- We Are aathorized to nnnonnce jrr. JTIitler Tnrney, ft candidate for Attorney , "General of the eipbth Judicial Circuit, cora- posed of the counties of Coffpe, Grnndy, L1d- coin, FranHiu, Warren, and Tan Buren. f ". SCj We are anlhorize...

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 May 1860

ir 1- farm . f - . TT- To Cieau- Feathers " for Beds. Several years the folloTviDjecipe for cleansing feathera oPreir n;m! nil, h; using them for bds. It will do our Tiiends, and probhlly some others, 6ome good to publish Kgsin. Sol here you have ir: ' J j "Take for evcrv rallnn of ruon water, ona pound of quick lime, mix them well together, and when the un dissolved lime is precipitated in fine powder, pour oft' tbe clean lime water for utej. put the feathers to be cleansed into another tub, and add to them a quantity of the clean Jime water sofficjent to cover them hbout three inches when immersed, and stir-1 red about therein. The feathers when thoroughly moistened will sink down, and should remain in the lime water three or four dny; after which, the foul liquor should be separated from tbem by laying them in a sieve. The feathers ehould afterwards be , well washed in clean water, and. dried upon nets. The feathers must le from time to time shaken on the nets as they dry, and as...

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 May 1860

"Let ail (he ends (hoo aiia'st at be Ihy CopnlryX thy God's, and Truth's. : -- -. - - - - . - . NO.- 2. VOL. 10. ftrTwo .Dollars for one year if 5 paid a thatimn of subscription, T. Dollars niil Fifty Cents, tfirHOCT deviation after the expiration of three months. r7All Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with ;wKom we have running accounts. -Subscribers failing t o order a diacontin nance of the paper ,at the expiration of the " time for which they may have subscribed, are considered as.wishinto renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. tQN Paper -will be sent out of, the county unlesa paid for in advance. J fcr Advertisement inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Lines or Less, for th first insertion; Fifty ' Cents for each continuance. -: 1C7rersons advertising by the year will be charged Forty Dollars for a whole col mnn; Twenty DOtlarsfor e-half, ren Dollars for one-quarter. No devia tion fro...

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 May 1860

1 FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, EdUor. Omen AltUtame Old Stand: Sign of the "UOserver Printing Ujict." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morn ir.g, May 24, I860. THE PROSPECT. ' ; Tbo result at Charleston does not encourage, the idea that the Regu lar and tho Seceders' , Conventions will mike a harmonious and unani mous nomination, or act as unit on any matter likely to secure tbo sup port ol" the wholo Union. . The dan ger of a complicated and excited contest for ths Presidency is now imminent; and, unless forbearance and conciliation are better observed in the futuro than they have been recently, the Democrats will be divided and difieordant,, while the Dlack Itepub lican columns come up to the contest in solid phalanx. The present pros pect is discouraging; but this U not the time to despond; and we do not yet despnir of the success of better counsels and the restoration of better fetliog" between patriotic and well toeuning rueu. 3" The Know-Not...

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 May 1860

7 - :' V r i ! f A' 1 t iiyetteville Obscrvca Ex,eioa oflh: Railroad- tcc of Postage In Lincoln Counlr TIIIIUSDAY, MAY; 94. leO;' r gJ32itid& " HUB IOC Advertisers wiLLTAKE heed i CT" Business meo will recollect that tlio i AHiyclleville-Obscrvcr one'of the be&t Adveuthixci Mediums in he State, it having tho ' . ' ' , LARGEST CIRCULATION SOUTHERN TENNESSEE ! ELECTION: Thursday, Mat 24, ATTORNEY GENERAL 8TH JUDICIAL CiaciIT 07" We are authorizad to. announce Mr. flillcr Tiirney, a candidate for Attorney General of the eighth Judicial Circuit, com posed of the counties of Coffee, Grnndy, Lin- . . coin, Franklin, Warren, and Van Btiren. IC3 We are authorized to aiiDour.ee J. J. Woiuack, Esq., of McMinnville. a can didate for. Attorney General of the 8 ih Ju dicial Circuit, composed of "the counties of 'Warren, Coffee, Van Buren, Gruriy, Frank lin and Lincoln., r n f We- are authorized to announce James II. llulie as a candidate for Attorney General in the 8th Judicial Circuit i...

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 May 1860

ptin VENTILATION. A New York merchant of wealth purchased a farm 'Out West' for a jromisiog son, within a year he became- unwell. Inquiries were made as to bw sleeping room; the answer was that he had for- hia chamber a large upper roonr , well lig&te His sister paid him a visit, anJ soon observed tbat bis clothing in his wardrobe was damp. ' while that ib his drawer was actually moulded, when the fSict presented itself thai tho room was on the noith side of tho house, overlooking an immeuse flat prairie, and that no ray of sun shine ever enter d there from one year s end loanomer.- ne reiurneu to New York, and died of turbercu lar disease, which, with great cer tainty, waa hastened, if not origina ted, by the unfortunate position of his chamber. The lesson is, that the family Toorn, the sleeping apart ment,. the study, in short any apart ment which is occupied for the great er pait of twenty-four hour?, should have it3 wiodows facing the south as nearlv as possible, so that the...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 May 1860

A V "Let all the ends thou alm'st at be Uiy country s, uy uoas, auu niuu. I- i 4 4 iff i i i i ,1 t i! ti i' (i il; I t; i i l : t i0. - VOL. 10. i ' ' - , QrTwo Dollars for one year if paid at the time "of subscription, Tivo Dollars ntwl Fifty Cents, wiiTioutiieviation after the expiration of three months. ItTPAlI Kills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with f whom wo liave running Recounts. CTSabribcrs failing 1o order a discontin uance of tbe 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. , C7JV Paper will be sent out cf the ., county unlesn paid for in advance. Advertisement t inserted at One Dol- . lar per Square of Twelve IJnes or I.es, for the first insertion; Tilly , Cents for each continuance. IC3Persons advertising by the year, will be charged Forty Dollars fora whole col-, .nranT Twenty Dollars for ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 May 1860

FAIETTEV1LLE OBSERVER FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. 1 N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Office AltMsivie Old Stand: Sign of " Obiarvet Printing OJue." , FAYETTEVILLE, TEKN: , .. Thursday KorEing, B!cy 31, 1S50. .... Slatislici of Lincoln County. . . For the following abstract of t he taxablo property end polls in each civil district of Lincoln county for the 3 ear 18C0, we jiro indebted to our fiieud, 22. S Woodard, Esq, the effi cient nnd gentlemanly Clcikof th" Circuit Court. The statement will bo interesting to our renders, as tdowiig, in a brief compass, th amount of wealth raid bono nnd tincw" that our goodly county poss yiRJT DISTRICT- Acres of Land Value do SlaYCS Value Ne. of Town Lota Value do All other t.-.xnMt S LYXCIirURd. 19,703 S'252,985 125 100,900 - 21 10940 $21,430 150 $392,255 1,019 18 Pulls Total tuxalles Tux 03 SECOND DISTRICT - CALL S. No. acres of Laud Value do Slaves Value Alll other taxables Tolls Total J5.S45 183,095 121 9S,O00 120 310.2C0 . 80S 09 axes TITRD DISTRICT...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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