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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 July 1860

'.' FaveUevil -Soil cf L-icd. acu Xo2Tots f A ; Boston correspondent of ibe-fj? 'Persons iatufrsifd ' iuf. Executors. Cbiiago -Press a'is ;thut - Wendell i ba6 w&'J . - ."'.. .-.- - V '. . Ti.:u:. - t i i i.. V '.tJ MUO'tt vtij; . ; -it'rt. C . following. iJ:'tided;-ciinloo of Son'uteri HP11 new promiair, S ho-d will 5 - uvft.uw. i?--!U 00 .ayjr-vroT m,in nf M-nHK;. - J- iaer.ce its third aea-io,, on the tft .will com- 1UM hut. ini'-s- R IB fl. if r fir'n.-! r- r f :dvrtWfej la it Observer; m pleas ;cut of tbs .swisj.' legs of 'who hve fiivur theiu a' teller 60oliiu!d most respectfully invite all ' i)f:a bar-fonif.?,:a,':1l,s?.l,1er,.to ejaa.te,to fit J1". Willi thalr r.al'rAionA " a emeus," : 1 - ' 1 k Ctnas .-. JS" 00 -2d Clua... .'..,. H CO s-i OJisic. ......12 to ?i i .Mnass-;.: .... i..... ..is 00- 'V"?Vj ''P.uuil ckred fr.m ihs time th.y ntsr DR. ExlSES'S PAII 1 . TACSA r nAVt on ti wan w arri Bje assnrimcct ol the nhoT artirl so ii)HHjvin.!.t iii pverj. fiimily. Th f4 low...

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 July 1860

farm mft attest. GRAPE CULTURE The Grape does not llourish well oo wet grouuti. A child of suiiDy lands, it prefers a dry soil, as if it wera too pelicateaml daiuty to put forth its roots into roud and water. In Italy, favorite home of the gmpe,tbo local ities most noted for delicious wines are 6anny nud 6andy hill-sides. Men may like water with tbeir wioe, bat the vine does net want too much of it in the original manufacture of the pure juice. Still it will flourish in ntoist Inndr; but it the cultivator t is obliged to resort to eucb, he should iidopt a thorough system of under doming. The colder the locality the later will the fruit coma to matu r'iy. and the greater the dampness, tbe greater the liability to muctw. In manufacturing ita juice, t! ,Le ' gn.pcine is somewhat particular in ihe quality of the food it consumes. t is very partial to potash and ttmmoma. oo 10 mnne u spreau rut luxuriant leaves to ihe sun, nnd trim! its nliant branches iround the L . . cf v.,,ra r ii,n r...

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 July 1860

' ' " ' T . '''T'' ' , uLct all the ends (boB . alm'st atbe.fliy Coaatry's, thy Cod aiid Trnth." -:: OJMOI;. 10.- ijiiSHiHS TT; lEllfzi-l frcm the 'llecrsioil of 1 thclvTiriimirwI -R rhYiniV.-V ' I i'.n"-drir JF1"0 cit-SlVe LnW, iboitjl W d.acter; Thirdly: e rmiCed in the Con-It-third vole ; and ; thSTglr ; tfc a jjyi'wo Dollar for one year it paid at ' the time ol subscription, o uoimis IttKl Fifty CciltSJ, WITHOUT IEYIATIOS "after the ' expiration of three months. '" ' r"TAlI Bill for Advertisementa, Job Work.: or Subscription, considered due 'when contracted, except against those with whom Ve have running accounts. . '" OtrSabscribeTS filinjt 1 o order a d iscontin ruanobf the paper, at the expiration of the time for 'which, they mayhave- subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it will he continued to them accordingly. fC7o Paper ; will b sent out of the j ' conntr nnl ess paid for in advance- - frtT ATcrtiscment r inserted at Om- Dol lar per ti:iro of Twelve IJiirt ;...

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 July 1860

tegular Democratic Convention Ik hi n tbat bia.e, cicce tbo Charleston Convention, ia wbich loth parties were represented, tbe vete on tho choice of delegates 290 in favor ofjtioualor cfdculated to accomplish the me acceding delegates and 41 ln'ovject or rts creation, an favor of the frienda of Mr. Douglas. Jreuiainirg in our Beats to Because the 41 delegates jfft Jfcf! net! chose men favorable to Mr. Douglas, half of the regular delegates were to he thrown oat io order to mako room for partisans of Mr. Douglas. No reason of any weight whs given or could bo oCcrcd foi uch obliquity of condcot and it was bo unjust that even tbe New York Delegation, friendly as tbty were to Mr. Douglas, could not chide this . dfcisioo, end it was reversed. Yet the great mass of the friends of Mr. o j - r out hesitation. There were two del egates, one from Massachusetts and tine frpm Missouri, tbo, owing to sickness iu thtir families did not go to Charleston, hut 6ent substitutes vho weta Motived and a...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 July 1860

Pamr!W'"m'. " !: . ir i j n it l if t Hi r i '5 .- I M i i "A V i' "if. f in 9 ( iivetieritlu ubserveriSa,crUEa aEd!Strot? lce of Postage in Lincoln Ccbnij TliL'IlSpAV, JULY 1;v ISC0, UUOUwIaWO.- CtiU I lUU a TTT .. fiUytnllbthb WILL lAKh HEtlll 03r Business men will rcccllect that the x'uitbtvciic KJUZVI VVi' . w a- ,j on eitne ueat advebtisiko mediums the State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION 33 X.03STO 03D3DSI ' ; 'SOUTHERN TENNESSEE ! Spread (he Doccmenls One of the most" ifGcient means of aiding the Democratic cuose is io spread vie aoci.mcms, ana our frioadi seen disposed to carry it into - tCTact. Numbers of them, who have .been subscribers to the Observer forjoor citizens, ; If talents; of a high years, are paving for extra copies of, order havo weight upon such occa the p.iper, to be sent to their friends Jsiocs, then is the degree worthily a..' it. ; "'.!- ' uunug ine cjinpnign. vruers are not conQacd to Lincoln county, hut ihey are coming from various locali- ties. We ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 July 1860

i; I L. it , fit i' i is!. elf ' t '1V .1 ExlraordiBary ,Cure ; far . DeafoesVi A new dicovery, made not :Ion f-mce in funs, excites a ereat-aetu ' TV . j 1 1 ofttontion not merely on aacount of its intrinsic importance, but he- of the malancholy result pf. it j-- T - discoverer. It appears that a cause to Joe discoverer. It npp Mdlle, Cltrtt, rcboolmiBtrei, bad been, ft r vr.n y years vay 'deaf, tut ope ay. tie hodght ; seme ;thmd, which ws wrapped in a Uaf frfm feme wotk cn gecgripby, which bad fallen ill Lora from the prise aDd It cn Bold for waste paper. She read en it that certain peasant wtpld cure themselves of tUafuess by 'ex posing their ears to certain, emna tiooi. -She foV.h with oegan to make expenmeuts on ;'. herself guided to diff ront "objects cot by .-chemical knowledge, r I ut simply by accident, j Aflt r having used the most painful suHtsr.ces, ahe hit upon . the. sub stauce ske" now usee,-and "expert- encir.tr tho good effects on herselfj she applied it to her' po...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 July 1860

y .1 . tJtet all the ends (LoaVnlia'st 'hi be thy Cccntry's, t!sy God s, and -TtathV." 5 ::;:me -ko. ' K0.i i0i"-V0L. 10; it i! ' I! t If. II; i?-- I-C: EC fC r - v. ()7"3Vo IJoIlnr for vjm year if t iliotime ot liLBCtiron. ' 'or-oUsi s htld riffjr IS, Wf fHOCT l!ETlATION aflor the expiration of tfcree moiilhi. i-f..ll-f;i;s for A'lrcrtisemeTits, Job Wofk. or. SascrTr"' 'considered due ; yrhen concrated, exccjit eairpttliose with .whom' we have rnnnir.g accounts. ' C5"Salcribers failing to orders discontin U inca of the rai)er .at the expiration of the time for which they may have, subscribed, arc eon-idercd as wishing to renew; and it -will b 3 rpntinned to them accordingly. TC?iVo lai'r will "be Bent out -of the couutv .nnlcRTpaid for in advance. Ct7" Advertisement t Vni-crted at Ou Iol- :ir prrSquiircoi'luone Une or Ls, for the first insertion ; rilly I'm! for each 'rontinnance. -:. ICTPcrBoni" JidvertiRinR by the year, will be charged I'orly IIInr fora whole col umn, TTaty Dolla...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 July 1860

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. blast was beard, us well ai in Ibe council of the nation duriucr the darkest tu'd boat perilous period of our country a History, 10 each of r Who Are TLly ForV v It is fact which ought to arrest the attention of every mar; that every N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. which positions they bore tbem- .Southern State in the Uni on is ' fnr telvei .inoi; bv djvtre found J13RECKINRIDGE and LANE, and nnnl . t CT TTT 1 VT ATT i T' i i " ' " i4uai hjuiid IttAiV XiUALi lO'tW" It i -I 1 J.-.? . . ,-lU!U liio iiuDis auu amies wnicn aevotvea upon tnem. in the former they periled their livrs in defense of the RIGHTS and Iho HONOR'of the an overwhelming majority .of our prominent public men are in favor of the stme ticket, in our own State it is a sienificant fact that Or not AltUicim Of d Stand: Sign tl$ mvr , , , . .. " Obserttt Printing Ojice" . WN' 10 the "ark DOUr of pen. FAYGTTEflLLE; TENN: Thursday Morning, July 19, 18C9. umuu'j; , '. StilutionS 3...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 July 1860

n. - r , fa. a if t s r ! f i : i r. ! - J - lyeUevillc Observcr1k n?oIcra V; ; I Tim f. J 1 a n. in r ul,iiH hna Vvct of Tosliigcia Lincoln CountrikiQcI1' Een tiswi11 rve particularly HII fiDl JULY 19. IfcCO. HTFPET ixJJ 1 lUu ADVERTISERS m TAKE HEED! CT Basinets ten i!l collect that tli Faifettcville Observer , v , . lha Stato, it bftyiHg th LARGEST CIRCULATION , . . LONG ODDS I SOUTHERN TENNESSEE! T , i , UWk :1UW,!UB' F"U nABv tMiiltni lift k lAirnl CVA of wind from the north-west, accom panied by a dathing rain and some tail. The toiredo, driving before it Luge clouds of dust, that hid from the 'view builwirgs and tms lhat were comp:rativtly near, burst upon ih earth ubont 11 o'clock A. M., and "ran riot'' for something lilte v. half an hour. Of course, . property was destroyed to a considerable ex tent; but the most deplorable inci dent of which have been advised w aa the sacrifice of human lift. Mrs. -jixsir.g, a widow lady of Cane Creak, anl her two daughters, had started to...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 July 1860

. - - - s .. Il . . . -. . . , - j. - -. r, -. r ' . - - - - - - - - " - ! - : .---.-.-.- .t -, -i 'w - ', v - - . - ., . .. ..- . . .-" - - . -. - . -j. -. - . , . t t V it i i ! I t IT 7; 1 if, i f i l 1 t V. : I . - t- f ( 1 L I 1 V I . . ;Mii. Editor: lrtftd ?i:h pleasure joar". BeDil)! xtrrmrks -an;Ier tho bove bcr.tUcg, " ftcd ',itl"-ypur . pcr niission will add a ' wOrd upon the ' came sul jct:- J. - " If. is 'my itaclice to br.ller-traV. my colts ns suoa m they are eanud Trotn their darns and -boused for the winter; sooner- than lhis,Utvis iacbn: vemeiit to do;; if,1 ur.Uss hQ m w is usid 'wbi!o suckling -her-colt, L thick 'miy "i'J 'donf - with imputiity providing Eho .ia. geotly diiveu, uud liot heated but l iinust ;OiiUts to it .-.rtjuaice agaiosi wotk-i ir.g lrctdiv; 'inritcs, atid'feeldom harness :bt in; Ce teoptaticn to ever tcoKk is tco great. : ., vIni '0!r;rrremirg with; (he-yoong-celt after r the l;.lU-r ,is on, r, it l' wrong to fisteu bini to any thiny; it on!v c...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 July 1860

- "Let all the ends Ihoa aia'stal be thy Cotmtry's, thy God's, and Traill's 1 . i' 1 V. if i it it v I" I! v 1 KO. 11. VOL. 10. ' rSSL" JB.ft TWiS VrTo" BoIInrs for cfc year if jaid at lUotima of subscriptjon. T o Collni v" und Fifty Cents, wihoct deviation aflar tbe expiration of three months t rt7All Kill fr Advertisements, Job Woik, or Subscription, copsidered due When contracted, except against those with " 'whom' we have running accounts.- ; eTS.ihscrihers failing o order discontin uarceof the mper ,at the expiration of the ' time for which they may have subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it will bi continued to them accordingly. . ' jrj So Paper will be -sent out. of the county unless paid for in advance. ivt- a, i...rtU.Tnent inserted at Our Dol- - - Inr per Square of Twelve Lines 'or -14, for th first insertion ; Fifty ' -"-Cesil for each continuance. "CT Persons advertising by the year, will be charged Forty Dollars fora wholecol nmnt'I'wcnty Dollar for one...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 July 1860

rail OF postage Yn UKCGLH CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor, Ornct--4ttfttme Old Stand: tpt& "Oliervtt Printing Ofic$." i FAVETTET1LLE, TEKKi Thursday Blornlng, July 20, 1SC0 alaitonnl llftnorraiu (tithl TOS PRESIDENT, John C. Breckinridge. TOR VICE PRESIDENT. Joseph Lane, or oi:t02sr. Duaeratv Think Of II! The only ground of hope for Mr. Bell to carry Tennessee is in a division of the Democracy. This u bo plain it seems to us every person should tee it. The Opposition papers do we it. and are just now industrious ly cngag6d,in attempting to prove that Douglas is the "regular nom inee," notwithstanding they know that more than three-fourths of the Democracy of Tennessee prefer Ereck imidgn. An item, showing the way in which ' things is workin',' was af forded at a Democratic meeting at Claikuille on Saturday, 14th inat. Mr. Jthn S. Ward, cf Nashville, nFiistant editor of the Banner of ""Peace, a gentleman cf truth and in telligence, made a speech, in which the fallowing statement had a ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 July 1860

.1 ' "r i'v i I If I - 1 i ) 1 I f it in rrr v'areiievill'e Observer ee of Postage in Lincoln County TllUKSDAir, JULY 26. I860. ft '!UX-'J-.11 - JJ I -i I I ,' ,1 L , ' sOSIESS JJOTIGE! ADVERTISERS WILL tAE HEED! , OCT Basinets men will r6ccllcct thattht FavcftcviUe Observe) ifi!5 bt AiwEitTrauca Mediums in ' ie. it hsvin the ' LARGEST CIRCULATION Of q?'j li'etojfclf ptiMfeficS ir, SOUTHEBiN TENNESSEE! . .SJJ".LUJ'.I1"J--J- Eeir SLbixribers-r- , Tbree, four, and five new ob Ecrtbers a dayto4he Clicrver has been no uncommon occurrence.- "Since the nominations our subscrip tion last has increased rapidly, for irLichwefeel under many obligation to our fiiccds. 'Now is tho lime to subscribe. . Alirajs commence be fore the heat of the canvaES, and yoa will be better posted op batter pre pared for the tug of war. Send in the name. : " Aaetlon Sale To-morrow, it will be remembered, begins Doll 4 Uilti- big auction sale "'of staple and fancy Dry Goods, 'Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clocks, Hard ware...

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 July 1860

I t t t- I -. 1 - f '. ssassxax -. -- . . - i i I; if ; s 4 i Horses' Shoulders. . -Just now, when the farm work, requires the utmost energies oT both m:in and beast to be put forth, it is( of oie to the farmer to know bow they may be cxerteil with the best; JiJrantHgo nnd the least injury. Ode of I he most common and aonoy-i tng feUulls of thohnrd Jabor re quired at thi3 season, is ''aore shoul ders' umong horsc. Ertry farmer, cr- Hirmcr's son, n ill recall, at mere mention or the phrase,' the . ttxatioit and bindrana s which hive resulted lothe work beciusa of - this disease,. "vs'vtll as .the limo "and temper tjent in running affer .'-sweat collars," -and divers ovher contriTanccs for abating the annoyance.. . Now, t.s every ttuo VuO can tied light on ny Vul.i'ct of public inler ' Vst ought lo so, J propose to dd ruy mite to the sum of .opinion on hs sibjec. In the first pbee then, the cclh'ir roust bo, tmco'.h, bard, . laid, well fitted to the shoulders. A ,few niiculco'. observ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 August 1860

4 - ir. O. "7i7IlC3o3f aM'ttes-iw Wst at bc. tbj.Cooatry Iby. CodX and: TruthV ; V;" ' 'XTXl: QiP33 i f 1 I i ? 1 ? ! -! i . ;( 'i ptTTwo lollar for one yearif ftM it tha time of subcription,Tvo DoUr mid Fifty Cents, wirnocT ikviaTi0K tflarthe expuation ef three rnonth. i-7All Bill for AlTertisemenU,'Jot Wovk, or Sl8criftion, coi:iitlered du when contTacted .except ajrainat those with nliom we have running accounts. fc!r3ilieriteri failinff t Q order a discontin uance of the pnper ,at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, ar conoid ered as wishing .to renew; and it will hi continued to them accordingly. . ' IdT'Tio l;itT will be eei;t out of the county unless paid for in advance. C3" AJrertiseracnt t inserted at Our Hol lar fter Square of Tivc!'e. IJiih or I.e., for the first insertion; Tilly Ccuts for each continuance. - ... .1. 1 ii:' Tersons advertisins ny ine year, win. ne veriiBiii;: uy n-v t-ar, hi . iio charged Tort y Dollars tor a whoiecol - nninr'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. — 2 August 1860

OS -1 I i FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER: FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OtmcE At the samt Old Stand: Sign th ! " Observe Printing Ojjict. FAYETTETILLE, TEKNt Thursday Morning, August 2, 1SC0 3!iii0naM)rniorralit Qtfot ron rkEsiDEST, . John C; Breckinridge, OV EENTT7CKT. -FOB VICE rHESIDLUT, Joseph Lane, OS OREGON. UtTT-'JT' .TVhy do they Do It! Gvei; since the opening of the present canvass, the Opposition pa pers and speakers have pursued a very dilferoot courso ia advocating Iheix cause before the people than they have ever before dose. Instead of appealing directly ia behalf of their own party, they have but litL'e to say for it, but have industriously en gnged in advocating the cause of Mr. Douglas, tod in abasiog Breck inridge and Lane. Every Opposi tion paper ia crowded with encomi ums and eulogies upon the "Lilllo Giant," and inflated accounts of Douglas meetings in various parts of the country. Why is this go? Because they know fell well tbat Bell and Everett ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 August 1860

.. - I- i I , T -.-- - . . 1 1 Hi Hi: S it S i i i i i i; 1 1 li M .I 51 1 "; " 'I 'hi V : X. V) I' I i ! i i! Vayeilevillc 'Observer js"u csty- - ; r t '' '. ' i : 1 . The Glser'vcr SuLscriDtion hi Postfigeth Lincoln CoVn(jl5on!inQe to enlarge . rpidly. THURSDAY AUGUST 2. I SCO feySIMESSfJOTieE! ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! Ct'r R llxin a:k mini wi'I r-r-1lAr.l thattba FayctlcviUc OhseirverL RCOd IheSute. it baring tba . the State, It baring tb . LARGEST CIRCULATION "-' LONa ODDS! Of .qt)( te5p5pct:pnbli)c5-li') SOUTUERiN TENNESSEE ! ' Democratic Rally ! Hon. JAMES II. TUOMAS, nd prob.Lly .Ho'u- A.0. P. NICIlbL SON, will address the people of Liu 'coin at the court-bouse on NEXT ..MONDAY. Let-there be a full turn out of the ioYincible D?mocra cy of the' Bituner . County, to hear these talented gentlemen spek in be ialf of tbo" National Democracy, and 'expound ths true principles of the ptrty. We hop to aei etery fmnd and supporter of the guIiantBaECEiN . muQZ present, and as taoy ot...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 August 1860

.v-'- i" V. ; ' i , : i - ' r . - t ; i A ' r- f I hi- fv- r -. ' ' V.. fi. I !r if- . ii 1 1 - t t 3 ' ' '. n. : (i ---v' t f 'vV t ' : ' V -t - i t- Cfaslic iallcrscs. '"" I will givo yoa .i rocipo wMch I .-have, known to cure in a ftw rrntUtes. I kWw a bcrse taken with' it 'on c tn.vl wheel . to a c ml ing -.machin e, s.3 that tin owner thoucht.be could not live. ; He got tba veterinary sur-Jiotet.in -Clinton,. amiisiDg a.group ge-nso'l th'jy -IiJ-wht they coul.1, jof ' gentlernfc'n with hi piculHr nar nu'l all decMe l that tha horse mustjialive" when be delivered Liinself i.s di. Tiia mia's wife who belie vtroUo8t; '' -; ...y v f.'T-J. ' autl practiced hygienrt, frora thel 4 Gen.Uemeb, Iff; East- Tennessee, turn tfu horsi wis ..taken : tried 1 toiicre I wu raised, I ,knew ahuan Laadag but he insisted u wouia nj koo.I. , After' kII .had ; gtrea pp tint the horse could not live, by her ; cn.trealit'3 the doctor; Bayisg.fit' could do no good or hurt be look a thick bed comforter, b...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 August 1860

. . - . . . .. . V - ' ' ' " t 1 " ' '" - ' I - (1 - Kr;l i.; -i ' j I !BsJ. O. Wallace: j . fT5 t "Let all the ends thon aim'st at be (by Country's, thy Cod's, and Troth's" ' 1 ,J . .-..-!. i N0.M0L. 10,i ;;; ;:i vc'-.rlAFETT.fiFILH TENN: THURSDAY, A UG D.ST 9 1S00. . lEPir opriet c:r WMEMUl. QTwo Dollars for one year if paid at thetirnoof subscription, To Doll:u niitl Fifty Cents, without devutiok after the expiration of three months. IrtT'AH Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered dm when concmcted .except against those with whom we have running accounts. C-Sdbscribers failing I o order a discontin- . nance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may nave subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it will b? continued to them accordingly. CJ1V Iipcr will bo sent out of the county unless paid for in advance.,, (r Advertisement inserted atone Pol ler per Square of Twelve Lines or Less , for the first insertion ; Fifty Cents for ea...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 August 1860

- v FAYETTEV1LLE0BSERVER, ' FREE CF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrncE At the same Old Stand: SifnoJ the ' Obicrtti Printing Office." IATETTETILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning, Acgnst 9, 1S60 Kultonal Drmorfaiir (tirkfi ton PRESIDENT, John C. Breckinridge. 07 EENTTJCKY. TOM VICE P&ESlDEXT, Joseph Lane, OF OREGON. ELECTOR All TICKET For the Slate at Large. liAKpos C, HiTKEs, of Washington. W. C. Whitthohke, of llaury. Fur the Congressional Distridt. First Dutrio: A. O. Watkiss, of Jefferson. Second " James D. Thomas, of Claiborne. Third " D. M. Kt of Hamilton. Fourth " Thomas B. Mcbbat. of Warren. Fifth Wit. B. Bate, of Sumner. . S:x;h ' Giobgk Gantt, of Maury. Sevfrth N. N. Cox, of Perry. Eight M R. W. Haywood of Davidson Ninth " J. D.C Atkixp, of Ilenry. Tenth " 11. 8. BraI'FOBd, of Uaywood. Letters ef Acceptance. We publish this week, the Let ters of Vice President Brr ekinridga and Senator Lane, arcrptirg the nominations of the National De mocracy for the PreMdenc...

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