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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 August 1860

i : .. X v. M if! ' s i J: 5 ' ?; 1 V I if: if. " ' I Hi !i. f ? i , i ataaawM y jres - cUcville Observer uv , . 'ree of Tosfa-c in Liccolu Ccnnfy .. ! UST9. 1SCO. ,tV s i Ihr" ' ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED ! $7 Business men will recollect th at the Fayeiicville Observer M one of the best AdVertisiso Mediums in i ile State, it baying the LARGEST. CIRCULATION 23"5T X.03ST0- ODEB ! Of ftetojpqjftr pMisM k 'SOUTHERN TENNESSEE! An Important Legal Decision A d tisioo lias recuitly keen ren dered in Alnbams, that must luve an import ant Lcurirg tipeo tie fu ture of tbe Winchester and Alabama Ruilrcad. It va it) tiio ense of the Tennessee um Coosa RuilroVd vs. The Governor, aJ tho verdict of the Supreme Court was in favor cf the Railroad Com p :j'.t The c.isc was an application for a M4nl.i mus to the Governor to compel hsm to draw his trarrunt on tho Treasurer of the State for gloO.GOO, bai t nee f.t.Tt... r r i i, .1 Ui irv Hiiro i cr wbui . f uuu lo.iuwi j " totheR.ilroad Ccmpany ty an n...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 August 1860

. .-- Y -A r 9 i V. ft V 1 in Saijig Corn for Fo'ddtr. Thero ore tut fiwfuirjiers f ho do Viot run short of good succulent pasture by the first of August or early in autumn. To buj ply this deficiency, an acre or tiro of ground (sown for soiling at that aeaion would bd almost invaluable. Evsrv farmer es i;nov8 liovr ccpcrly cattle devour the entire rUnt of Indian corn in its green state; and land in good condition will produce heavy crop !' it. That it affords nu excellent fall feed, for diiry purposes, there is no doubt; and it ii clearly ascer tained that it tuny, on some flams at least, be pvoiitkbly grown for wintei I udder. Much, of coure, depends rn the character of th farm, and puiuetiuiiK I suppose may depend upon the season; but in vase of tbt prospect leivj; darkened the end cf June, fui fall and winter food, I set no reason why the farmer could net profitably devote an acre or two, where the laud is fit for the purpose, to the sowing corn for fodder to be led out green in...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 August 1860

4 f' "" ! -?r ' 'f " ' . - - - "" ) . r r - - - in Si f i 1 "Let all thfr ends (hon a'm'st at belby Cccarj's, thy God's, and TratliV' Proprietor NO. 14 ---VOL. 10. f AFETTBTILLB,' TBNN: THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, . 1860. rxsr suz jq v jw h ss (jTwo Dollars for one yearif paid nt ttiatirBeof subscription, Tv DoIIjii ad Fifty Cents, wxthout devutios after the expiration of three months. fCPAII Kill for Advertisements,' Job Woilc, or Suhscriition, considered dm when contracted, except ngainht those with whom we have running accounts. CCrSabscnlieTRaiVing o order s discontin uance of the paper ,at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, .re considered as wishing to renew; and it will h? continued to them accordingly. S'npcr will be sent out of the con'itv 41 n! ess paid forin advance. CT Advertisement i iuserted alOiio Dol- l:r perSqusire of 'Iwelvc I.ftics r rc -. for the firt insertion ; Tii'ij C'rtils for each cm imiance. i rTersocs advcrtisitiS by the year, wiM be c...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 August 1860

ass FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER: FREE GF POSTAGE IN LIKCGtN CO. iiiPiii N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. GrrrcE At the same Old Stand: Sign of the F A YETTEVILLE. T ENN: Thursday Morning, August 16, 18C0 3lutiunal Drmorratic Cicrut FOi? PRESIDENT, John 0. Breckinridge. OS" KENTTJCEY. JOB FJC PRESIDENT, Joseph Lane, 02T OREQON. slaves to slavery, is tbia: If slaves are property, as recognized by. the Con stitution, the laws cf Congress, and of all the slave and many of the free States, s has been held, by the Su preme Coort, and is admitted by every man not static mad nor an J'ir represeible conflict" Abolitionist-or Republican, the holders of slaves may remove with them to the Terri tories, the some as with any other property; neither Congress nor the Territorial government enn confiscate of the squatter capdidate for Vied; President., Compare it ' with Jhe i Democratic platform, . Surely,if that contains that horrible monater a 'slave code," so does this in even stronger terms; if that asserts the...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 August 1860

- N v . - - r ... . ...... . '..-. - - ' 4 .. 1. r FaveUeville Observer v n-e f Postage ia Lintoiii tW,.j ; ?;:k;V, Al'U5T IG, IRC. T&lvi-g ike Trie- ; As was to expected, the Doug lasiies and Know Noihioes are tk- . i . rti r? r ' t. 1 u- ing (tUy m ) th. vote 06 Railroads, TS and . auareas men ieiiow-citizens upon the .issues 01 mepraseni canvass, at the luhowing Breckiru idge & Lan e 1 5o&t7-yi 20322; fiblic Speakii!! 1'UlUDg Jog-rollings, etc. nnr tOP rT4? S blovurz u the order of the day with times and places: Ucl'iVJ'Sd &J ! .l , " T " , Mnlberry, Friday, aitnein. The lollowiae is, the etvle Hi.mn - RamA. ASVECTiSEES WILL TAKE ffEED ! rtcollect that the B.8inei men will Fayctlcvillc Observer U one of the bent Aovebtisiso Mediums in The State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION BY LONG ODDSI SOUTHERN TENNESSEE ! of announcements they are . now .??T.n'.8.,Hill Wives by WbsIrKiIn The Mormons in Utah a?ersge, ifj they indulge in the matrimonial lux ury nt ail, about...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 August 1860

i ! a if; IS 1 Hay. It is an ca?y matter ta determine ;last with much certainty th hest timeilows- . to cut hny eo as to secure the &reat- Wa wou 8ny to tbe mcftl bo est amoont cf nutritious ronltf r;!'3 the ehirt off the line white we tat the analyses- which hay been!" in bed waiting for it to dry, that made afford no Eatifactcry'inforoiH-jwe fcioeerely hope the collar will cut tion'on this poiat. Id the fniousihi3 throat. experiment of Sinclair, the nsaounti To this n cotomporory - .adds: of nutriment w.. estimated from the 'Served him right; no business to hav quantity of feoloMa rantter iu the: hirt: . 4 Prtll' editor thus to ba ! iudulciusr iu such luxuries. We tx- of their growth. Such h method of; analysis Ciunot give reliable result?. idlow Kepirinj to wear 3 Much of the crude, imperfectly organized nihtkr ol immature phots ininht be soluble but no one will cautend that it 15 iiutri'imu3. This preference is nrqurslionnbly founded on a correct principle, the object of tho...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 August 1860

"Lei all the ends hoo Wst at be thy Cocatry'?, thy God s, and TrstliV L ! ,3 NO. 15. VOL. 10. "jar MSi & l i ftTiro Dollar for one vearif raid at tbetimeof subscription,!" Dollar j nnu iiiy veiti wiwi fir tVm -miration of three months. miia for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered dm when contracted .except against those with w fcnTB running accounts. fr3alMcriberB failing to order s discontin uance of th paper , at the exp.ration of the time for which the may have subscribed, are considered M wishing to renew; and it will bi continoed to Wiem accoraiugiy. tCTXo Tape' be ,ent out of the county unless p for in advance. Advertisements inserted at On Dol lar per Square of Twelve iJiie or Less, for the first insertion; Fifty , Cents for each continuabce. tc-TTerwns advertising by yw ,wi,i ue charged I'orty Dollars ' , " 7 nmn, Twenty Dollars Ten Dollars for one-quarter, devia tion fiWWieras tnierany circumstances JC7 The privilege of yearly adverser .rictty itrotfei...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 August 1860

FATETTEHILLE OBSERVER. FREE GF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN C0.'date of the Douglas party for Vice ?7 i N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Orncu Att1it$ame Old Stand: Sign of t h " Obterve f Printing Ofict." FAYETTEV1LLE, TEKN: Thursday Morning, August 23, 1S60 jimutLLj.1 . Sialtonnl Dnnorrniif A FOR TUESIDEST, John C. Breckinridge. FOR TICK rRESJDEST, Joseph Lane, OF OREGON. tLCCTCIML TICKET. For the State at Large. La irw C. II tfeb. of Washington. Xf. C. Wxi miORXE, of Maury., Ftr tt Conjrti ml Districts . First District A. G. Watkin3, of Jeffewon. JWoud " James D. Thomas, of CUiborue. Tliir l " 1- M. Ir-T, ' Hnnul!on Tor.rlh Fifth P:xtb Tenth Tiiohas li. Mdrrat of WarrcD. Vv'm. B. IUtk. of SuJnnr. GicfRGK Ganit, of Maury. X. N. Cox, of Terry. It. W. IIavwood of DaT!d3on. J. D.C.Atkins, of Henry. II. S. IiKArrosD, of UJW01. WHICH 13 THI NATIONAL TICKET Compare the Records The Candidates oa tbi Union'of llieSutes. JOHN CELL. On the 5th and Cth of July, 1850, Hon. John Bell djlivered a speech in tLc Uni...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 August 1860

- & aVet tftvillo OhprVnr!First Ba,cr Mr. John WeLp deuTcrea tne uret bsle cf newXotton in tLis jilnce last,' Tuetvdsy morning, frcxa the farm of . res of Postage in Lincoln Ccusly IKarr Arce Dollar per ' Barrel' il& rigkt oind rpto the last hour. . .- . - - i and stimed entirely, conscious of bis coudi- l 1 II CU&DAY, AUGUST 23 I6CO. -.-A. friend' writing frcm dalvtston Texas. Baj6: ": - . . yJ&ute&i. tau 2 lbs lue crsti ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED!. , Busiuo taeu.will recollect tLat the Fayellemllc Observer i orm t,f t'ae Lot Nr. AYtbb also delivered" st tale in this place list year- and it took the premium ia Nashville, as the first of the season. I the State, it Lavins tLe LARGEST CIRCULATION. Of qr)j Vitogpofcr pqbiicO in gOUTHERN TENNESSEE! MaawMaiMMaaaBMawaawwaiaMB - . I t A f - - . w ; Dr. M. II. Bonner. It weighed 475 'rain in Garu-sfcn f fcicce-ApriK W ter is seking art three collars per bar re! brought down tbe Trinity'.' Clje JHarkfts latful Dotes Faye...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 August 1860

Lightning Bods. The Patent Office Report gives the following directions for Lightniog Rods: 1st. The rod should consist of round iron, of not lees than thre fourths of on inch in diameter; 21. It saauld be through its whole length, in perfect m?taIIio continuity, joined togethed by welding and when other joinings ere unavoidable, they t-hould be in &de by screwing tho part Crnily together by a coupling lurale, care being taken to make the upper connection of the latter with the rod water tight by cement, sol der or paint. 3d. To secure it from rust, the rod should be covered with a coating uf blnck paint. 4th. It should bo terminated above, with a single point, the cone of which should not be too acute, and nnd it should be encased with plati num, formed by soldeiinc a rUte of this metal, not less than a twentieth of an inch in thickness, into the form of a hollow cone. 5th. The shorter and more direct the rod is in its course to the enitb, the better. Acute angles made by bendi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 August 1860

! i TOT. O. Wallace, "Let all (he ends (lion aim'st at be thy Couutry's, thy Gods, and TrutUV IP:ro;p:rioto:r. ' L i' sit ". I.- l! I'f I 4 NO. I6.-V0L 10. 'Xi " vt z u u t n Qj-'Vv9 lollar foroneyear if paid at thetiineof subacription,Tto I?ollai and Fifty et Is, without iftiatios after tbe expiration of tliree months. r-7AII for Ad verticimrnts, Jtl Work, or Subscription, considered dm when contracted .eirept ajrainkt those with , whom we have tunning account. (Tiilwcrihers failing I o order a diccontin uanceof the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are considered aa wishing to renew; and it will hi continued to them accordingly. iCT'Ko -l'aer will be sent out of the j county nnlesspaul for in advance. ttr Advertisement i Inserted at Our Dol lar per Kqnarr wfTwvlvc Line r 1, for the first Insertion ; Fill) Oulft for each continuance. li Persons ad vert'iaing by the year, ill he eharged forlf lollai f"ra vholecol nmnl'nrnir Bollar for me-half, ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 August 1860

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER . FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. 0. WALLACE, Editor. ' Or net--AWiesame Old Stand: tiynoth Obtervi Printing OJice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning, August 30, 1860 3!atfonal Dnnorrnitt Cirtai. FOB rilESIDEXT, John C. Breckinridge. OS KENTUCKY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Joseph Lane, or obeg oisr. EEECTOHAE TICKET. For the Slate at Largs. Lxr C. IIatwes, of Washington. Vf.C. WsiTTHOEKE.of Maury. F-jr tht Congrasir-nal Districts. First District A. G. WaTKins, of Jefferson. Second " Third " Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh " Eighth " Ninth Tenth James D.Thomas, cf Claiborne D. M. Key, of Hamilton. Thomas B. Murbat of Warren. Wm. B. Bats, of Sumner. George Gastt, of Maury. N. N . Cox, of Perry. R. W. Haywood of Davidson. J. D. C. Atkiss, of Henry. U. S. Bradfoed, of Haywood. The Donglas Platform. It has bo often been asserted that ibis platform contains all that is re quisite to guarantee to the South eich and etery constitutional right she 13 contending for, that we desi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 August 1860

Vayelleville Observer IS ree of Postage in Lincoln County ..TUU1ISDAV, AUGUST SO. I SCO. Cosine; S . . KG-TIGE ! ,'ADYERTISER3V!LL TAKE HEED! Busineft men will recollect that the Fayetteville Observer oae of the' best Advertising Midicms in the State, it hating the . LARGEST CIRCULATION BY LONG ODDS! SOUTHERN TENNESSEE ! Letters From tho People The following letters are samples of what e are receiving by almost every mail. They tvidenc that the PEorLE the "bone and Bine" are at work earnestly for the iurcess of the principles that look to the inter ests of the whole country. We hope our friends will continue to aid us iu " securing new subscribers for the 01 ' server. Let the truth be dissemina ted throughout tLe country, and the 'people will do right. Our cause can be more materially benefitted by the circulation of Democratic papers thin by any other course. - Make up your lists for the Observer, tbcro fure, end seed them in: Nashville, Aug. 21,1800. N. 0. Wallace, Esq: Dear Sir E...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 August 1860

- ;t . ..... 1 InniMUilj Garorn, Sailing Stock. Those who havo traveled in Hue. inn A) rta and oil yome of our great prairies, infoim uttthat the wildcatllo running near the salt dfpo.Mta, with the opportunity t.f viiitW lhom (Yo. . , , v q loitlly, nl better conduiourd than ( lu'wW; nnd i ho m9 truth imv U Wrv,..l 5,. ,tU.,. ....... , .i... . w , . . . . . x ... , vi,.vo in io (UV pun i uiij of c.tttlu in pursued with regultii ly. The component of suli '(vhto- i .... . . . . i . l ur nuu Mini, m, (o oo loUP.U III ihi liloovl t.f auitnah in hvulth. tin) Kcotrtilly rftmhino.l in tho fumt tf Mlt im wi ll as niliim.;mt 'quntilittitn o( tho acp.imto contitueut not o I'oml'ineuv I ho Htno is true in ilo U't o of cow1 milk. Shovp ruquiit mW, hkiI in RU):tuu toils other hcnlth ibl tiVwctH, it nj'v;u ti invirnto i!:rm ns .isttmuhi.it; lor nftcr tho x -.-ur of hunhii to ti'll ruin tt viinl, nl when they term lv. nttmW.I, h t msj onlul of :ilt ro myik thotu iu n t-ltoit time po thnl thy hcciu...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 September 1860

"Let all the ends thori aiia'st at be thj Country's, tnjr God's, and TralhV v. NO. IT -VOL 10. iAFETTBFILLfii TBNiV: TMRSDAF, SEPTEMBER 6, I860, j WHOLE mm O. 757"etllo,o, 'Jt'Jtlj JB.K 1TB l (jjTwo fjollttrs lor one year if paid at I ihetimeof subscription, To DoJIiJ and Fifty Cents, wihoct seyiatios after the expiration of three months. ,-7,411 BiU for Advertisements,' Job Work or Subscription, considered dm when contracted, except against those with whom we hare running accounts. ' to-Subscribera facing t o order a discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the . .t- - w nova on ntof i time for whicn -v.., arTconlidered as wishing to renew; and -;n v. ..tinned to them accordingly nnpr will be sent out of the . county unless paid for in advance ' OCT Advertisement i wetted a On Dol lar er Square of Tuclyc IJur or Le. for the first insertion ; Fitly Cents for each continuance. ICJ-Peraon. advertising by the year, will be barged Forty Dollars for. a whole col iran; Twenty 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. — 6 September 1860

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. i rw in nmt tmamm mmm FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALI.lfG, Editor. Owen-- Jtthtmni$ Old Stand: Binf tU Uiirt'i Printing OJice." MYKTTEVILLE, TEN-V" Thursday Morning, Efpt. C, 1SC0. 3iiiliminl Drmorratir Cirkri. FOR VIIES1DEXT, John C. Ikcckinridgc, 03? XIEIsrTXJClZ"V- TOI1 VICE. PRESIDENT, Joseph Lane, OT OHIO OINT. KVXC'reil&L TICKET. For the State at Larg: ( I.iKtoH C. IUyseb, of Washington, v W.C. WsiTrnottXE.cf Maury. For fi Conjrsssioml Distru t$. Firil District A. G. WatSiis, of Jefleraon. Second " J ahv: P. Thomas, of Claiborne Thirl II. M. Key, of Hamilton. Fourth " Thomas U. U if rr a y of Warreu. Fifth " Wu. M. Hate, of Sumner. Sixth " fir.or.OK Gantt, of Maury. Pevenla " N. Cox, of Terry. Kitfhtn " 11. V. Haywood of Daridson Ythnh " J. D.U. ATKiKS.of Uenrr. Tt'r.th " 11. S. Traiford, of Haywood. The Discussion. A Inrg-3 and cger cro.vd having assembled at the cainl-bousa on last Friday to bear tllt5 discussion W twoen Messrs. IUynei, P...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 September 1860

rv it! I, ft. I; 11 ft 1 w ;i T i t r r : f T .;, L.; ' , ceof ?cst2-oin'J.bco!i3 CcEiify sy Cuilcugh, 7. N. Moore 5 . "ojfcOT. c. luce, IS j e ,. r"' . if r ? - Vi f ijs v? f - DVEPiTiSEltS WILL TAKE HEED! (5" Eiineis raen will recollect tLattb a ycttevil I e Observer 011 of Uie best AvrriTTiCTva MTtTvi h. Sute. it hvln2 th. " LARGEST CIRCULATION 23ST LONG 03D3DS! SOUTH ECN TENNESSEE ! . ttS Tcnnffsec Prcs List week we staled ' that there vveie thirty Democratic papers in Tennessee, of which twenty-five and a h ilf were for Brcckiurils;e and Lane r , . f -r, . ana ,o.r aiu wa cr uougias anu Jotinson. bince then we nwe learn ed thiit the Dr -clduridgi - editor of the Q iid Ntir.o has withdrawn from that paper, luavinj; the entire con cera in fivor of the Squatter ticket, o th tt now.the list stands twenty iiva to five.- Below we have prepared n fj and correct roll o? ail of tha Democratic papers of Tennessee, the towns in wLich they are printe 'fiud the tickets they are advocating '...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 September 1860

( '-' . . ..... mYmggBliQIiiim&mkJagpq I I, Salt and Water for Slock. It is a mistake, by no means un common, to suppose that there isrery little for the breeder to do during the summer mntb9 in the wy ot providing for th wants of his stock. Tt'iitrue tht the same is o im per itivflly djmmded of the farmer during long and severe winters, is n t Dimt iu-iispeu ible; bat the pru deut and thoughtful breeder will not forget that evn at this season, when ihe grass is green on every hill side, and the eleek coats, and the rapid growth of his animals attest richness and abundance of the pas ures, thira ard important mitters which require his attention. Chief fimonz the1? -we fould mention the fro vision o( a constant and abun dant suply of salt, and clear fresh water. Tae impoitauce of provi tling for s'ock is almost universally understood, aud there are compara tively few farmers who entirely neg lect it, but it is a com onn mistake to fe?d atir regular or too great intervals, without...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 September 1860

k zJ-Z-'- -.2?. V v.. 3NT.;0-' Wallace, Lct ail the ends tlion alm'st at be thy Country thy Cod's, and TrothV, PAYETTE VII LE, TENN: TflDRSDAV, SEPTEMBER 13, 1860 UEGLE i0. m. NO. 18 .VOL. 10. ) i " f 3f ,1 'II .4' I: jj-Th'o Dollars for one year if paid at thetimeof subscription, Trt Boll:ii a ml Fifty Cents, wifHOOT ueyiatioh after the expiration of three miml.s. ir-PAvl! Bill for Advertisements, Job Woik. or Subscription, considered dn e when contracted ,ccept against those with whom we have running accounts, a .i...:u.. failiuc 1 o order a discontin- . ' V c: :;:,,r . at the expiration of the tim for which they may have subscribed, are consiaereu ---r. -will l continued to them accordingly CCT-Xo Taper will be sent out ol the Tuntv unless paid for j Vv-t-r Alrcrtisement t inserted at One DI- ir t Uox the first insertion ; I illy Cculs Tor each eoutimianco. ivArPcrsnns advertising by the year will U 1 , , vkniliri fora whole col- r"' JiZZVJt .Voue-auarter. Ko devia- i ,. ?c1,;tit...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 September 1860

r ' 1 - t , 1 t I r 1 if 4 tsfasm imj humi. ju i iiuilul fuju; i'AYKf TEtflLLE OBSERVER, p Z FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. Court having, given construction to the Constitution bpoh these questions, whatever dispute Here may have been among Dctnocral in regard to them, there is none any longer. The decision ofths Court is received us an authoritative settlement cf all controversion the subject, as "the end of lev," to which rdl good citi zens should fiulrr.it, and which all Democrats especially, will support Anotlirr Douglas Elector Declines. X. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OyncK At tlit tame Ofi Stand: Sign tla . Obttrvet Printing Ofice. FAYETTEVILLEi TENN: 1SC0. Thursday Morning, Sept 3 Salicnnl SnnomilirCulm. FOR PRESIDENT, John C. Breckinridge. TOR VICE PRESIDENT, Joseph Lnnc. OF OKEQON. EIXCTOIMr TICKET. For fie State r.t Large. J.ado C. IIaynes. of Washington. W.O. W'MTtuonxE.of JIaury.: and maintain. The Democratic plat form adopted at Baltimore by the Convention which put in nominati...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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