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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 May 1860

o I v ? r -' ' 4 4- Vayctle'ville Observer I Campaign Observer! iVcg of-rftslageln Lincoln Ccuulj riu ii"MATyu-, 3i. i;o. ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! Business m on will recollect that the fidyctleville Observer one f.,tlie best Adyebtisinq Mediums in -."He State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION '33-2- LONG O ID IDS ! SOUTnEPuN TENNESSEE!' v;-- - "-' . Vc !p fr AJts re py Go u c n J - The ro was u very small vote c-st at the election held in tliis county last Thursday for Attorney General of ilio S.ii Circuit. Tht people took fro, little interest in tbe nut'er, that ntsomo precincts Lot a b.llol vri.s deposited. We nre inclined to the opinion from present indications, that Miller Turney, Esq, of Frank lin county, is the successful aspirant. Only 804 votes were j-olled in Lin coln, divided as follows: Miller Turney JCG James R Chilcoat 842 i J.mes II. Hughes 1G9 ' J. J. Wonvick 79 P. S. Dos3 2S Vi'o appind tic voteLy precinclf:- c Pr can els. . L-yrchburj.', : Call's, " - -Tucku's 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. — 31 May 1860

$Mn ' ant (Sartoit. The Cattle Disease in Massachu setts. We referred eomo time fince to a cootr.giousdiscr.se pnvailhg ,morig cattlo in the townships uflrookfitld, Braiutrec, and ncont towns iu Mas - Bschuse'.ts, whii-h disease wms fup- Dosrd to hnYo boco jmicrtid with. j - - t to ujo cattle I'Jot'c lit tiom Ihilhuid This difrcsol)i.d t-ptsid until - many vnluallhords Uve Votn destroyed, and UDtfl sn r.njrcct dented excite ment Ins been ereaUd. The L gis lature took the matter up; appointed' commissioners take such measures as were deemed ifficieut to extirpnte the disease, and appropriated $10, 000. The Springfield Republican, of th 20lh,EBys: 'At present tho disease is confined to u territory about, twelvo miles ,; f qoa'ie, a territory bounding in cat I tie. r.d from which at this time last vftur from on to two cart loads of butter and cheese per week were for warded to Boston. Now nil" trade is EUfpcnded, the cuttlo are forbid under penalties to he sold, and the herds are order...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 June 1860

wmm iiinumn.l hi"--' t - -Aim iw IKT. O. Wallace, "Let all the lends ikon atm'slat be thy Country's, thy Cod's, and Truth's." 3EP:r o;p:riotojE .... , - . . . - . : ": - - " : ."', - .r - - - t . t ..... - . ,; ,J - ... . .. ' ' . ' . ; , ' "' -' ' ' " '!,.' . , - . . . . FZL -1T ' "-V , - - pK-; .,-..,. v ... V V - ; , . -.. ..,,1 .r. -JS' . V . - - t. . - - - ' . ' " - '' ' . - ' ' s : ..... ....... jr. NO. 4.-V0L 10. VAl If FA YETTfi'Ff'LLfl TEiViVi THURSDAYi JUNE 7, 1860, WHOLE M 472. Vr-Two Oollnrs for one year if paid at the time of inscription, Trt DoIIrvs mill Flftf CclllS, Wlf HOOT DEVIATION after the eiptratton of three months. ,rAll Hill for Advertisements, Job Work, or - Subscription, considered due when contracted i except againnt those with f whom we have running accounts. tkTSalwcribers failing I o order a discontin uance of the paper ,at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscripted, ; efOOr X are r-nn-ddered as wisltinj? to renew; and it will be con...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 June 1860

FAY ETTEV 1LLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. 0?riCK--Alt?ie time Old Stand: Signof iht " ULiervet Printing OJict.'' " -. FAYETTE V I L L B, TEN X : Thursday Jloinitg, June 7, 1SC0. Ld it bi; Efjninibrrrd. - The Banne r ol Liberty, a Northsri: a Pemocratio paper, has a se rie3 o paragraphs,, each leading off with these words, a few of the most, prom inent of which we lay before oui readers. Is there a Southern mm with the eoul of a ir emun animating Lis bosom,- who will gainsay aught that is hero uttered? Is- there one who advices in liff rence lo a Seward .Administration, and dos not feel the fiuoh of ehi.mo mantle bis face, wheu be reads - these words? Recollect that ties tire the Northern Patriot: sentiments of a Let it be remembered That the Southern States furnUk fuur-fifthf.- . of our export.", and feed our North ern and New "England population hj furnishing cotton for our mills, tread for our mouths, tonnage for our 'shipping, and a market for...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 June 1860

'. ; . .... V - ' ft I" Ir. I: 4 5 I t t r It i a If it r . ME layette ville Observer ree 1 Postage in Lincoln Cccii(y j - - -' I tll'IUUAV, JU.XE ?: 1C0. eosiEss Hone tea I &SVEBTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! Business men will wrellect ibat the T ... v 'FtiyvltimlleQ one of the host ArvERTisrsra Mewcms in lie Sutc, it hvuij the - LARGEST CIRCULATION. SOUTIIEIuN TENNESSEE!- For a list often new subscribere, we return our thanks to Mr. S K. 11. We do uot grow weary' of imaging ackn"ow!ed2munts for favors sucV as t his, however frequently bt slowed. C Cut when they comu from a .uo ' known and unexpected source, the) are doubly grateful, evidencing, as they do, that our enorts to ehK -.- the Observer acceptable to the pub lic rf.re 'meeting with even greater success then we . could reasonably ?nve anticipated. And it fcmy not be uraiss in ttis connection to say. thiit our paper has to-d;y a larger 'circulation than it has t-vtr hi fort had; nod" that its subscription lisi uuuileis.bcie r.r...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 June 1860

farm iintx (Sarbnt. Coal Oil These excellent Lamps. lamps are now coming into general use, and nsi their operation must ' necessarily be newlo n great many,- we gire h few hints, from a correspondent, in regard to thorn: '.:V- If your oil is bad, and I fear this is not uncommon, the sooner you return it to the Tender the better, and let your future purchases be in Etnali quantities till you make eure of the quality. What will not in--gwer the lamp you cannot palm ofl on the threshing machine or wagon axle, as you might do' with common oil of poor quality. But be sure it is the. fault of the oil. Accident ally I discovered that the. 'shape of the glass baa as much to do with it at the quality of oil. The lamp I cow use, Emoked and troub led mo a good deal, till fortunately, as it happened in this instance, I - chanced to break the chimney. I than found that the fault and cause of annoyance lay 'in the glass and r.ot in the oil. The one with which I replaced it is somewhat higher than...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 June 1860

rt& Lct all the ends Aon aim'sl at be thy Counties, tbj Gcd's, and TruibV FAFETTE VILLI!,. TBKS: TflU'RSDAF, JUNE H, i860. uiiole i0. m. NO. 5. VOL. 10. 0Cj"Two Dollar for one year if paid at thetimo of subscription, Tvo Dolly s illld Fifty CCIItS, WITHOUT DEVIATION after the expiration of three months. iTAll Bill for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription,' considered due when contracted, except against those with . whom we have running accounts. OTSiibscribers failing lo order discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which'they may have subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. "fCJj'o Iaior will be eent out of the county unless paid for in advance. OCT Advertisement t inserted at Dol lar per Square of Twelve Unes or 1vs , for the first insertion ; Filly Cents for each continuance. tL3rcrsons advertising by the year, will be charged Forty DolIaVs fora whole col umn. Twenty Dollars for one-half; Ten D...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 June 1860

FAYETTEVILLE OBSETiM3 j "' " ' - -rMjg FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OFicBtfejanje Old Stand: " Obtervet Printing OJict." Siffno the FAYETTEVILLE, VTEKN: Thursday Morning, June 14, 1SC0. Non-intervention. Some people profess to he unable to sre a difftrencu between tbe doctrine of Congressional j non-intervention, and the doctrino of Squatter Sover eignty. They profess to believe the former implies the latter, and toem Iraco to ono necessary inoludes the other... To all such we commend the following paragraph from an ar ticle in the Washington Constitution, on .the subject of tho resolutions of Senator Dsvis, lately passed by the Senate. The Constitution sop: ''"The resolutions are based on the ' I .nnetilmmn onH nn if olnnn Tli.ni contaia uothing that that great charter does not wrrrant. They are noth ing but a faithful and honorable ful filment of the pledges of the party. They announce "non-iuterferecce by Congress with slavery." They an nounce the righ-, d...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 June 1860

kiycltevHle Observer Vycc'of Postage in Lincoln f canty Campaign Observer! (Klit JHarktta Xa!fBll!ab ' Wagon Making, wo , PTHE suWriber has opens. "'" FajcttevUIc Trices Cnrrrut. l DVEaTISERS Wilt TAKE HEED! ,C4T Business men will recollect that tho,' fyaydtcvUlc Obscrvcr 5tyeof the Vet Advehtisiko Mf.iivms in' the S'aM, It having the j LARQEST CIRCULATION ( HT LONG ODDS 1 Of Vctospapclr in I SOllTHERN TENNESSEE 1 Scvcnty-fivc Ccnls IN ADVANCE, FOR THE FROM TUB 25ll day of June UNTIL THE ELECTIOEI III lOIHlBHI ! CORRECTED WEEKLY BY Y. 11. WltL. Obskrvkr Orricr, J FttyeUcvMe, Ju:ie lpSOO. TO ARTICLES. 1 K3TSEND IN TIIK NAMES I 0' Apples, dried, V buah. Bacon Shoulders, $ Hi ... . HrtlUi Side Beef, V n.... Butter Caudles Star, p tti,,,,,,,. Tallow... Cotton Corn, V hid , Cum Meal, l bush . Coffee Rio Laguyra.,.'. ........ lxxt trd Knirfagc Tho j;liinjes i:fforJ.tl U3 of Cu ' wviM of letters, through the reports of trench of promise cases, nro not lu'.ciiLUei. to impress mutter- !-f.: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. — 14 June 1860

A subscriber has sown a field of lyo for his breeding mires, but has since been told that if they are .al lowed to feed upon if they will not 'take,' and aeks us whether this is a fact It h said that green rye, and par licularly green clover, in their niot Kurrulent slnees, produce such an ef.j f. ct Ur.on the bowels, and the imirnt.! Fjslem pMitr.illy, as to render breed ing fcmetimes uncertain. If we had m;.rs fr m which we wished to breed vjilunble colt?, we should pre fer to give th tn t-hortcr and mere subsfutinl pnfcti.rp, with hay and otht-r tolid fofid, and reservo the rye or clover in the earlier part of the EtJieon for other slock. We know nothing, however, from personul ex p; lit nee of the fact that gren ps turage is thus i jurious; yet from the w!l known ffircts qhEuch food upon tha animal secret ifltig, we have no doubt they re li.ible to the accident nferreif to. We shrill be pWJtsed to publifh any fcts touching the sub ject, from the experience of any of our readers....

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 June 1860

... . , I P'x'opriotoi: 3X1. O. Wnllaoo u . - " . . . .. , t , ji.iv. .1 T..ll.'.. M "Let nil (ho ruuN thou nlni'tf nt lie my loutnry k, mj i.ou, anu n..u.-. 4 ' ' 1M nii.i 1J V I ! w Til U It SI) A V, J UN 15 21, I860. WIIOLli NO, 1. J IJ III ) I 111 11 11 i ! iy i i is t Ilolliti a Kir oils year if tluillmu (( lulntfrlotton, IHMIiH ttkl.l I'll If II I ..WITHOUT iKVt4TIlN altar Hi aitilratiuii if Ihrca tiiotitha. i ".ill ItilU fr AiWrti?titiiiii, Joh-WY-rk, or Hnharrii'tlun, romiilprl ilua whnti eoniractm'i,en'l, anl'ml wilh , Hlmm we running aoi'mmta. 'r.S.ilwrvniprB failing lo unlara ilkoontln nnure of lha ianor .alliia irallnti of (ha lima for which thay "ioy 'vo aiiUililniil, ara eomioVra.l M wuhln to i tiuw ami it will lm lontlnnait lhaiit aeounlii'uly . rj!o l'tiMl will ha int tint of tha muulr utlci aI1 f r I tt ailvanea. CT AiWarttiaiili Infarlml al Oil -t Mr Nmr f T'l' l.liiia r l.raa , f r tha flint Inanition j I'llly I'niia fur mutt roiiUtmmuo. t -)M!ei.ina a.l vettinli'...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 June 1860

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER; FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 9. WALLACE, Editor. ptriCKAltht tame Sawf; Signof the ' O&wrpei Printing OJice." FAYETTEVILLE, TEKN: Thursday Blorning, Jcue 21, 1SCC ,ThcNalioi)al Convention. It is njpirent to the most casua' observer, of the political signs of the limes, that among the great mass of the feoj'lo, 'action, and almost, opin ion, in reference to the future, is in suspense. Possibilities, probabili ties, doubts and chances -ire the sub j cts of .thir, , coutemphtion. -These stand in the way of any set tled lice cf action or well defined tone of public opinion. The nomi nation of & 11 and Ercrett, at Balti more, aud of Lincoln and Il imlio, at. Chicago, have hardly nude a rip phi on the surface of a widespread expectancy, beyond mousing the atteution of mero hangers-on of par ty, and what is to be, canuot yet be determined, or even prosuged to tho satisfaction of one in a thou sand of those who expect eo soon to engage in the coming polit...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 June 1860

It 1 S- ! ft iff.: -. ,1 'Sayetlcville ObseiTer; Tree of Postage in Lincoln Couaty k TIlUlTSiOAr, JU.E 21 I860. ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED ! OCT Euii!nes men will reccllect tLattte FayelteviUe Observer one of the best AdveuTisisq UtLiLMs- in vhe KUtP, H having the LARGEST CIRCULATION U-X- LONG ODD3J . , Of jjiity bsp;ipci pijbiigrieD ii SOUTHEijk TENNESSEE! t. auu A. luiiircau i At t.'!aptinf rI tli f nrk h.nW prs 1 ' "I J.a ij0; to the ciair, and Dr. W. W. ulccl ley :poiDted Secretary. . - On motion of Col. Ha. Francis, it was . - ; Resolved, 1st, That a committee o'tLrce be ' appointed to enquire - into the propriety of the extension of the Winchester and Alabama Hail Road lo Guntersville, Alt, by" the " way of Maysvfile, Ala, and also by the way of Iluatsville, Ala.; ascer- thining acd r porting the n.cticjibil ify of efit-h of the routes. . Ih'sdoed 2 J, Thnt said committee at 1 as . early -a"d.'iy as practicable, submit a .report to thi Board of Dircurs of- the Winchester Al.. ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 June 1860

frail; aito (Etarten.-. Raisins Potatoes. The praciico of growing potatoes under straw, wo find U yearly , ex tending. It is uow soma four years since statements were first published fihfl nr:ictico ana results, and as yearly we have read the records oIjil ,uWU3i,,uu mo.mwwj m uij: Ihoso nho have adopted it, . we da atoolum baa i made your poor oM nut recollect an instance of - f.i!utV&rnoyan infidel for life. I than t live or an cxnmple of rot occurring Muj ong Debb)! 'I caq. hear tha snge p.vi. rnntA t U'wlifper now I can see well known.succeeda best in cool tven ,n.rMtnrp9 n.i n the. sTw on tin aurfi.ee has a tendency to creaujthe sweet little Debby llew . Wnle itoro rgulr beat aDd mnUture, ;h" instrument, and ran her deacate than ground exposed to the full rays,, fingers across the keys, and as shs of the suu, givuig thereby a longer matched joyous words to sweet notes season ox maiuruy, we presucu iuw cause and mult s are jdYmly appa lent. The process of such practice is, t...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 June 1860

' v n u - V .Wallace 2WVO. wLct all the ends (hon aim'stat be thj Conntry's, thj Ccds, nd TruthV." ;m 7.-M0L 10. r P A ii-t-T-B" F I L L-B j-.. :..T B N-N : -"-': -T- fl-'D ft SD'A Y.', : " XU'N:-B 2 8 V?" 1 ? 6 0 . 1J NO. -475. OrTwo Iollar for ono ycar'if paid at the tima of subscription, Tvo Dollars mid Fifty Cents, wiriiouT deviatios after the expiration of three months. Itrr?AII Kills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted , except against those with whom we have running, accounts. CTSiibscribcrs failing to order s discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the LETTER FROM EUROPE'"- INTO. 221. wii i be continued to tnem accordingly 5C3Hfo Paper will be sent out of the county unless paid fonn advance JOT Advertisement f inserted at One Dol- ;lar per Square or Twelve Lines or Lcss , for the first insertion; Fifty Cents for each continuance. C7Persons advertisin by the year, will be charged forty Dollars fora wholecol timn, Twenty Dol...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 June 1860

JAYETIEV iLLE OBSERVER. FREE CF; POSTAGE ili LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrncE AtlTittame Old Stand: Signof tin "Ohnreti Printing Office." FAYETTEYILLE, TEKnT Thursday Eornicg, June 28, 1SC0 "ULl-'L , . ! r --J" Deniecralic National " Convention.! Baltimore, June 21.-The major- The previous question - was then ity rfport of the Committee n!or3cre(1' Ba1 the Charleston dehgi Credentials favors the admueion of tion rrom Georgia was admitted, the original delegates from Missis- Baltimobb, Juno 23. Cushmg sippi,Texas and Delaware, and against ba "feigned as President of the frnm T.onitJuna ni Aitm. 1 Convention. The Vice Prescient The report divides the delegates from Georgia and Arkansas. Mr. Stevens, of Oregon, submitted a powerful minority repoit, favoring the admission of all the original tieiegates. Pending the consideration f the report, the convention took n recess. Utrch. Louisville, June 21. A special ; iispatcb . eays that lougl.s ana Fitzpatrick will certainly be . t u...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 June 1860

f t 1 - i. I. -1 j . . -t- -. I fce of PosieinUnroln cun(y TI!UIlJAV, il'L' 29. I6.CO. r . .3latinnaljjtraotrniic Cirkri : ; r i., ' ' ." ; FOB PRESIDENT,: , ' . John C. Breckinridge. roij ricxrzr sides t, Joseph Lane, The Fourth of-Jtilj" - Tl is,ia the great, kadibg, nation al holidisy, and Dtxt Wtdie&day we hop to Etc it ktpt ia a manner "Lc fitt ing a- rtjoiciug people. We are not the advocate of ; a too strict ' rt a enc on such n txuiUint occasion. There is r.o excuse for being churl is h, find none fcr Icirg metn. The heart that cannot fttl grateful ic Viev of the.lleesirgs that Provi dence hasshorcered.down on its couu- try for m.ro than four ecore years, is not Ct to live amid the expansive institutions "of liberty; and gratitude, if cot pittridtiiin, should .kspirj it such n season the noblest outpour ings of our nature. We have entirely too ftw holidays in this country. Wo arod-jvottd too , "much to the accumul i'tiou of money. We labor too constantly. We leave no "ro...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 June 1860

tv n if I I I I i i I ' it r t A i1 Trealmenl of Yonn Marcs. Willougbby Wood, a much', es teemed writer on horses, Ibus gives his opinion in the London Field on tbo question as to whether young mares are ii'juied for list work", by having colts at an "early -IhavenodouUthartberowersorP11? that thing?'',,; n mare big pniously imj aired for fast work -fcfur the las had a foal.. It may not stop" her growth, ' because a filly, which has been well kept up to thri'e years oH, does not usually grpw much afttr that period. It may not greatly del met from their appear ance; although it must tetdina.ee , tain degree, to increase that very use ful defect of mare?, the dispropbrUon- bto wtight ef their h g? But the very fc.ct is it elf a strong; presumption ugainstthe expediency of the ' prac iico. -I imagine that those breeders who rerort to it, do so either from mistaken views of economy, or only apply it to such mares as they propose to retain for moderate work about home. Without entering 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. — 5 July 1860

,:-? . . -- . . rr. . .. . ... 1 v; : ( iO:ro;p:rxotox 'Let all the ends (hoa aim'sfat be (by Country's, thy Cod'st and 1." - - NO. 8. VOL. 10. . OyTwo Dollar for one year if paid at thatime of iubacription, Tv Cottars mid Fifty Coits, wirnouT deviation after tbe .expiration of three months. ' rTAll Ril's for Advertisements, Job Work, , or Subscription, considered - duo when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. ' fc7-S.,WviV.erg f aili n 2 1 0 order a discontin uance of the paper , at the expiration of the ; time for which they may nave uu3crnea, - are considered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. C7!Vo Paper will be sent out of the countv unless raid for in advsnce. fjr Advertisement f inserted at Ottv Dol lar per Square of Twelve. iJiie or- for the first insertion; Filly Cents for each continuance. ICTTersons advertising by the year; will lie charged Forty Dollars fora whole col umn. Twenty Dollar for one-half. Ten Do...

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 July 1860

FAYETTEVILLEr OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE JN UKCCLHM. DfCJtCrallC JUeftlCj. 2.1 do- WmTtdley.VYRWi.gKorer. .77, p r.iwntl cy oi Liuoofn' county held at'tbe ;4th-do-DrV BMunintf T Tay lor. Washington. June 2G. Jo9on, .court-bous., I.t Monday, on motion, Gl,,doW W j B HU(soo. G- v. IInr,tS twi,ty of the delates JOHN II-TAYLOR. Eq, was called 7,hj0-. J R. ce, W C.Solomon. -Uo Baltimore.and all of our elector; to the chair, cud request was made. 8th-do- 0 BBoylesJI C Cowan, J G ,as lir as heard from, support Bnck- N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Off ICE 7 Old Stand : Stent tht Vbicrtii 1'rtnting UJfic$." FAYETTEVILLE. - TENS: Thnr&day Morning, JlIj .5, I860. IWJJL Li in "3&aliopnl Dfinomitir Qthl X tor president, John C. Breckinridge. OF EENTXTCKY. tbat C. A. Fbekch and N, O.Wal-; Woods, C A Dimmer. initU-e. Johnson accepts. m i t a mm tt ti v lach sot as Secretaries. -.' . v n-uo a m iiu,in fox- By request of the Chair, Ji.hs MllMOil TJ T. , . . rllib-do Wm Dyer,J-hnRiNeb.: Bright. Eq , e...

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