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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 September 1860

3 o j 1 1- m " ' .'wii; i ? i rf if ft3" 7 1 t V - " r tlvCllLl I lib VJUSUl 1 -l Vree of Postage la LUiohi i'ctstj T.ll'l.SDAY, KEPT. IS. I SCO. jjRijfftft MTf f 'bSJil3b L3U Lut ADVERTISERS yilL TAKE liEEDl CiT'Burfnei men will rrccllect tlat tt FailCttevillc ObSCrVCruemte. Nothing couU bo' mow l one of i'aa liast AtVKSTi3lx6 Hemu 5!s iu tho State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION ETT x.03sra.,ori?s I Of ns).'j lictoppopcir fibii?l)cO k 'SOUTHERN .TENNESSEE ! '1 he Voice cf the tYc'pIc A. good fiicnd in FranUin county ): MAKCLElTlLL,Sipt.3.1SC0. Mr. N- 0. Wallace: You will Cnd cui-losed Two Dollars for my subscription to the Faycltcvillo Ob fervor. Democracy is sll right in this County. We have but five Doug hs iiuu in this County. j' raiiKiiii luii uus .u . ncr county this time. Wc wi,I gain tl recTell meu for every , Douglas inauweloso. Y'ours. a :.,i..:i:i,f oU.-mn-nn ) ,u""'m'- - writes: Sesatcka, Desoto County. Miss., j5 fc.pt. the 4th,lSC0. x Mr. N. 0. Waixaci:: Perhaps fom...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 September 1860

farm ' anV Gaaao-lls History- Gaano, ns most people understand, is imported from the islands of the Pacific mostly f tha Cbincha group, off the coast of Peru, and under the dominion of that government. Its sale U made a monopoly, and m avail?, to a great extent, go to jriy the British holders 1 Peruvian government bonds, giving tluin, to nil intents nd purposes, u litn up on tiie profits of a treasure intrinii c djy more valuable than the gold m.ncs f California. There irer de JWts of this unsurpassed fertilizer n some places to the depth of nxty . r ovntv feet. and ovi lnrge ex- ...i. .f .n.riii The runno fiold- llutS Ul cut tj iYoner.tl'v conet'ddd to oa S v New Drug Store tha ure ceuerai. wwuu excrements cf aquatic iowls, wuicn live und nestle ia grant number .round the bland. They aeem designed by. nature to rescue, at least in pit tbnt untold amount ol lertiiizios matciul which every rivei LrnoUlet ia rollins into tha sea. TVi u-uah nf alluvial seiKthe -bating refuse of the fie...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 September 1860

' - , " -.?'''"" ..--'- ---..: . . . - . - . r . ? ' j ' ' ' ' ' " V ' ' ' "' A '3 "Let all (he ends (hon aim'st at Be (by ConatryV, tby Cod's, and TruihV 1 1 r I I0. iH'OL 19. 5 (Vj-l wo Hollar f-rone year if riJ at iLetimoof 4uscrii tii.K.1 rt toilin ilM t lNfty WH-IIOUT ltIATIOK nr the exrirntion of tl.n n n iU t-7V!l BlU for Advcrtifpnu-LV JI Work, or S.ibcription, ooi.ai.lfre.l due wiien conrractefl .excfjA ?at those witb w1..,m we We running accounts...,. . . CCTS.iWril.er faiVmg to order , .iiscontin- ,.ace of the VV Rt hc r,lJm .f.th,e time for whicU tbey may have ubscr.bed, are couriered 09 wibhing to renew; and ,t vill hS continued to tiiera aCrt.ru..,j. tCP-Xo IMper will be sent out of the 7n.,tv unlesar foTj VT.nnl (" Adrertiement inse O or t",foT the firat insertion ; Till, CmI for each continuaiice. . rr Pern, ad vertiaing ly the year, jril be barjred rorlf l,wrfWS balV 4 ... . n.i ,ir for one-nan. ; SrrVfoVonAu.rte, ICp The privik-3 of yearly advert, trietli rimM to H...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 September 1860

FAYETTEV1LLE0BSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Orno Att7mam Old Stand: Sign th " Observet Printing Office." FAYETTEV1LLE, TENK: Taursday Morning, Sept. 20, 1860 Jhtianal Dnnomiiit Ctrkn. FOR PRESIDENT, Jolin C Breckinridge. Or KENTUCKY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Joseph Lane, OF OREGON . ELCtTOIIlL TICKET. For the State at Large. La k cox C. Hatnks, of Washington. YV C. W'NitTiiORXE.of Maurjr.J Fay the Congresrional Distrirte. First District A. O. Wat-kiss, of Jefferson. Second " James ft. Thomas, of Claiborne Third D. M. Key, of Hamilton. Fourth " Thomas B. Men rat of Warren. Fifth- . Wm. B. Bate. ef gumner. Sixth- " Geobge Gaktt, of Maury. Serenth " X. N. Cox, of l'errv. Eighth R. W. IIatwood of Davidson Ninth " J. P. C. Atkisb, of Henry. Tenth " H. S. Bbapford, of Haywood. Ifcp Discussion between Urssrs Yerger and J. J. Jones- Judgo Brown on account of sick ness, failed to fill hi3 appointment at tbi place on the Sth inst. How ever, bis colleague, Mr. Yerger...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 September 1860

"r Negro Killed' Watch Reparing-f L-wt Wednesday night about! M. B. Conover bns recently of en- ee Of tVstagein Lincoln CotiEiyj8 o'clock,, runaway negro miB,Andy, 'ed a' shop for repairing and cleaning Vuyctteville Observer .TIIUUSDAV, SEPT. 20. IC0. business- notii ! lelcrgirg'to Dr. M. H-Bonner was of Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, etc., killed in Ibis place, uud j,s rjearas on the south side of the ;Square, I we cu-learn, the following circum-jand is now ready to fill ail orders in i; st:; cc':--Mr. Jatrics B. Wilson, who his line. His advertisement may be ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED!, f.1":,',"11' fs'" "f. i""1 iD lhi5 . ; . started hoine.aria niter osssidc the lull, . '.Vr RntinMc mPn kill .'rercfifict that the.; - - . ' ' ' CW U086S - ' Among tbcT curiosities'' 'discovered by the' census takers, is a 'pretty little: girl of fiftpen m the southern part of Mon?on, New York, who has a husband 107 years of age. The population of California bos been very much over-estimated. It will pro...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 September 1860

farm ;n Gaftnt; Pis aift giJfwW5f. jNew Drug Eicesske Honesty, Sitting in the Peoria House bar ber shop iat Bteniug, we were much. mused ut n conversation which tooki place between a certain fuVNrding geut und a certain rihod freight "There is swindling io all trade! fl Shctiag Ilorses that turn the Tee Oalward or Inward. BY It. F.WPATS, PROFESSOR OF PA1TIOL OGY AND SCRQERY. The powerful influence of tbe appli cation of tho fcboeia modifying lhe action of the hcrae, is a well-known ftct; butchre is not aiwavs takf'n toi. . .i.- if ........ i i but ouri. ,wi tu fp r ,1 "That aso with ui'1 rephetl Charlie, and to obviate the effects of tbe ,A. . , TT , i m. - ,, ,. ''Oh, yesl eaid Henry, "railroads shoe. Tbis is principally applicable ' J - , m.. . ti i j r "V never srvind e. Their officers nover to two weil kuowo defects, z: one, , ,. , - , . , u . : - Pii ii .u steal any thing that a out of their reach, tbe turning out of the toe; tbe others , ., . -i i u u . 4U i rru ; and with a 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. — 27 September 1860

.' i ST. Q. Wallace, ) "Let rfl the cods (hoi ala'stat be thy Country's, thy God's, and-JrnthV Proprietor; 1 H I 3 f it 1 " (iV 1 'if- Hi i0. 20.--V0L. 10. OrTwo Dollars for one year if paid at iha timeof. subscription, Tiv Doii:tr nl rifly eiils. without deviatios - after the expiration of three months. IrT-XH I51lls,for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when conoracted,exccpt against those with whom we have running accounts. KTSabscribers failing t o order a discontin uance of the T:rt?Tjtlie xPu'atloD-of the time for which they may have subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it will bi continued to them accordingly. . jr--j0 Paper will, be tent out of the county unless paid ?dt in. advance. - OCT Advertisement inserted at One Dol . lar perSqnnreof Telye tiiie or Les,for the first insertion; FHty Cents for each continuance. V:P Tersons advertising by the year will be charged l'orty Dollars fora wholecol Hmilrwenir 0Hrs for one-half, " Tr Dollar...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 September 1860

i 2352 . FAY ET TEV 1LLE OBSERVER . FRFE lib PfixTAR? ?J WPniMPn MO, WALLACE, Editor. -s Vmr-J'ltt $amt Old Stand: ' Otterv$t Printing Ofic." ,i i Sign -FAYETTEVILLE, ' TENX: 1 aarsdaf 2IOrntC2. &rnt. .Zi. IblO -. .---. B&iiional Snnocrafii Sirlui: , ' FOR riiESlDUXT, .. " John C. Breckinridge. . FOR TICK PRESIDENT, JosepiWLa nc EMXTOISAL. TICKET. For the &!ale at Large. Tax rox C. IIatnes, of Washington. Y.C. W'HiTTUOKifE.of Maury. For On Connrestiitnat Dislri ls. Firt District A. G. Watkiss, of Jefferson. Second Third Fourth . Seventh Eighth , Niiah Tenth JjkMF.8 D. Thomas, of Claiborne. IV II. Kky, of UamUton. Thomas 15. Mcbrat of WaiTen. Wv. li. Rate, of Sumner. Geokok Gastt, of Maury. N. N. Cox, of Perry. 1L W. Haywood of Daridson J. I). C. Atkiss, of Henry. -( II. S. Bbapfobd, of Haywood. UUIHt, IlLtll 1 lions. ANDREW JOHNSON ard ( A. 0. P. NICHOLSON will address - tho people of Lincoln County at Fay- ii vpyt MOriY fO j cttCMiie, on iCiAi fliuauAi c-, tober lst.1 W...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 September 1860

.." S M w; i ,in .iiiyi BMwaaOMMK&sjHaa . - : " : i i i 1 il il it f i yv.-.- Aivcttcvilic: Observer, Afl0illcr Donslas EIcclor offf.-- " ' v Col. II. J. SLrJoliD.orWddbory, tree o f Pestle in Linccln ConElyj110 appoioted Douln Elector jlor the Alurficesbora District id this Heavy Storm ia Jfeirarki Newark.N. J.,SepL20. A heavy mese quotations in ut:s;..ew ioik coiieesn- h ,i i ; V : pari 10lH'c; rfushedand powderedll t'C i f ,1 , , ! V S I 'i ; Loaf 32c. 'X fcJL3.tL-Xi I'X.r' ? 1 r.ft?; -ret. ;rv 12c 11 TE3URSDAY. SEPT. 27, I SCO. . - Z" State, has declined tbe positioD, d! ?f eat rim t-M ! " - , , . . ; their brew fflji l&h I ilW0linocd -J?18 termination roote furcilurfl UiJuSiiOO . HU 1 . ; r,u"t,.wr M 1UIC ruruilura,-property . , ir brtcsiondgQ and Line. He sc-si the ainount r.u stlti ivtlii : VIlL I Ant hi-tU i j tbnt every two votes eiveh Tor Dou'-'' Engines are now. B:fteS,-mei will reccllec". that the, las w equivalent to on a for C;ll,and ut .venl places were struck...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 September 1860

4- i'jfc , farm atitx &wfott. Uott to keep Cider. Tuscaloosa, Ala., July 26, 18G0 , Mr Ediiob: As this is now the season of the year, when the peopla of the South are having cidei made fnr their fumilv use. frbieh becomes - - - - - - w too soar to use in a few days, runny of oar Southern citizens would no ioubt be clad to know how to keep it perfectly sweet any length of time. I have m td3 tbit discovery and ue trroU pleasure in making it known to tlieuf through your valuable pa- por: - : procured a Qit-botlomed boiltr, placed some thin boards at the bot tom to keep the hot iron from break ing (he eUss 'bottles; I filled the hntilcs with sweat cider just from the ' t nn tn the netsk. and then filled ,-.v, -j, -tlm toiler with cold water, I then brauzht the water to a boil, '.Hul as soon as the cider smiled so ., o f r run tiTPT tha mouth ef the titles. I took them out enough to mnke.room tor tne corktdravo it in and sealed with rosin. I take particular care that the cider w not ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 October 1860

."Let all the ends thoa aim'stat be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's" NO. 2I.---V0L. 10. "jar1 sti3 t; at to u frj-Two Dollars for one year if paid at ihetimeof subscription, T. BH m1 Fifty Cents, wi chodt bematios aftcT the eii-iration of three months rr?All 551U ior Advevtisem ents, Jb Work', or Subscription, considered due when contrarted .except against those with whom we have running accounts. (KTSaWribors failing o order J!.eont,n- i of the pap" ,m 1I riLreda. wishing to renew; and it tCPAo iper wu. r hj-w ..i'- - f . advance. t eonntr nless paid t or n r..r will DC ecu v ar ut t.e ' , ,-,... ii:irfora cnargeu k "ri) ----- :V.V.V.. for one-half, umn. TMy Yen IS -sirs for one nnft-auaner. e.Wrorm 3Ths privily of ' 3 ear - . .. fe a t-, , ,vpirvrar.didateK l'" - to be vaiiina'hmicein ever,, ".. a,.! vKT A Ivertisetncnttin. , ,' II ",ulVu" "uu ir P''sf"?.re4Sfirf t rtioniigovefnnunthad nomore power toe Ce'it Tor each contmna 'tc. -viuur tuuu -u 6..v w . 2LV V..rtv.i'V the ye...

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

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Orrwr. tihesnme Old Stand: Sign of lh " Ohervet Printing Ofic$." FAYETTEVILLE, TENK:. Thursday Morning, Oct. 4, 1SC0 Sational'JlrraofraiU'iCitkc!. I FOR PRESIDENT,; John C. Breckinridge. FOB TICK PBESIDEXT, Joseph Lane OF OREGON , r ELXXTOISAL TICKET. Ftr lie Slate at Largt. I.kwtt C. Hayxes, of Washington, y' W.C. Vl!TTHORSE,of Alaiiry. - For the Congressional Disirids. First District A. G. Watkisb, of Jefferson. Second " James D. Thomas, of Claiborne. Third D. M. Ket, of Hamilton. Fourth " Tbomab B. Murray of "Warran. - Fifth " Wb. B. Bate, of Sumner. Sixth " Geobge Gantt, of Maury. fJeventh " N. N. Cox, of Perry. Eighth " H. W, Haywood of Davids inth " J. D.C.Atkins, of Henry. Tenth " H- S.rapford, of Haywood. ThePropesaUor a Uaioa. List weak we 'published tbe Biitton proposition, ted at the 6ame time aUted that it received oar ap proval Wd bepei it would have tas saoctba; of the advocates of both Brecki...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 October 1860

- .- - Fnvelteville Observer c of Postage in Lincoln County TIIlJBSDAy, OCT. 4. IGO. ADYERT!SERSWILL TAKE HEED ! r 8 u sin em men will, recollect that the; Thanks could and would not do this, it would be 'no gourcment at all, a thing ha would dislike much to say of his country, in the prosperity and ad- dered vancement of which' he' hud so re- men for the 'nb!o- and i-Hicieut scr- feidfinCO MHTtC f 0,CM. Mr. J. Ltd no quarrel. ice thejr rendered iu raiMfg thapolw VUdlMSOP iiU I EUt ijfor Douglas men. He tvoul-1 not, JSnt urdi-y Light aed 'Monday', worn- I he could not fight his brothtr Deou-jing. They kiiid.y brought- llcjr ocrats. 13ut h.e was ready and will-'tackle fron. thy bridge, and with their W w III OU .!, 1 Cllll vul 1UI 1111 1 i ',' 'it'"!. Ir i u ' fi iing .is he hud always beeu, to' go it aid wo wer i!blrd to mice a teuti- I'aucticviilc ijDscrvcr mui ,v ami mUm 6,w lu wiir.i.ou..;,.!, . - j uuiu ooiuwa IUU VJ Vll- IU J'VIG I 4KJ tJlll. fioneaft.te beU Advertising Mediums...

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

farm aaVfiarW RECIPES. lhe folloniug recipss are from the 'Columns of a respected Philadelphia contemporary: Milone's Mixture for the Cough 'h'r VolJ.-Tako one teacup of fl x Fed, soak it all night. Ia the moru'iDg pnt in a kettle two q-tarts of water, a handful, split up, of liq uorice root, one quarter of a pound of raisin? broke in half. Lot them boil till th str.-ngth ia thoroughly extracted, then dd tho flaxseed, which has been previously cocked. Let tdl boil about half au hoar more, watching and stirring that the mix "turo m;iy not burn. Then strain. nndvudd Itmon jmoe and sugar to lusle. Take aoy quantity, cold through the day, u&d half a tumbler for anti f tynkist. A Moaient el Horror. . For twenty-three years old Jake Willard has cultivated the soil of Baldwin couuty, and diawn there-! from a support for self -and wife. He is childless Not long ngo Jake left the house ill search of his miss ing cow. His route led him through au old worn out patch of clay land, j - ... o...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 October 1860

' ml I mil . ' 1 -" .-- "-S-iv -.-. .x..1.v,V--R i i i in 1 1 11 mmum I in i i ii i ...nwi --Mim.- K . xjl t - ' if r" XI I - "Let c!l tho ends thea airat at be thy Coautrj' t!iy Cod and Truth's." i : 1 1 Jlf 0T B F rf Br:. :.T B N !( s-'-: T fl DB SB A Y , OCTOBER 11,' i860. i0. 22. VOL. 10. : r - " " ' ' ,;: t. ....... .i . , .. - ..." .- .-'.3-V-- ... ... . . ... ... V K V t 3! OCr'l'w o Doltarti for one yenr if paid at thotimeof subscript ion, o Dolling um1 Fifty Cents, wirnowT deviatios after tlie expiration of tliree mouilis. Bills for Advertiem cuts, Job Woik, or Sutscriptioii, consiilcred:liie when contracted .except against tLoso with wRoia wo have running accounts. C5-5abscrijer8 failing 1 o order a discontln . (lance or the paper , at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it ." will hi continued to them accordingly. . jCj.' laier will ha sent out of the ' county unless paid for in advance. T Alvertiaemsnt 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. — 11 October 1860

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. i ii n . i . f . . . , LARGEST CIRCULATION IN N. 0. WALLACE, Editor, 0rtfl AWtesam Old Stand: Sign of th "Olt$r9t Printing Ojict." FAYETTEVILLE, TENK: Thursday Morning, Cd. 11, 18C0 3laiional Dniiomiiif Cirkci. , , FOR PRESIDENT, John C. Breckinridge. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Joseph Lane, OF OREGON . KLnCTORlL TICKET. For the Siatt vt' Largs. fc.A?ro C. IIayses. cf Washington. W.C. WmiTHOBSEjOf Maury. For the Congressional District. first District A. O. WATKiss.of Jefferson Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh F.ighth yintli Tenth Jaucs D. Thomas, of Claiborue. D. M. Key, of Hamilton. ThoA9 B. Mcrkat of Warren. Wm. B. Bate, of Somner. Geoeoe Gantt, of Maury. N. Cox. of Perry. R. W. lUrwooD of Davidson J. D. C. Atkins, of Henry. 11. S. Bbadfokd, of II a j wood. PrcsidcBtial Sinnjping. Mr. Douglas, ja the . only one of the long list of Presidential candid ates, from the com'mencemect'of the government to ibis time, that ever played a "star 'engagement" before 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. — 11 October 1860

7 . . - . . . . ' - -"' ; - ' f - t; !! '4 tit-1 t' ayetteville Observer Wee of Postage in Lincoln Connij TI3PHSDA T.OCT. 11. I SCO. 03IMHSS NOTICE! ADVERTISERS WLL TAKE HEED I - 07 Business men will recollect that t! Fayetteville Observe' one of t'ue best Adtebtisisq Mibitsis in tie State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION LONG OIDIDS I SOUTHERiN TENNESSEE ! RepI j. to lion. Ceo. Jones -. A.ccromuDicatioa flppetiVcd io tho . Union & Americaa of the 2Gth and i hi ui;., in . reply to the reomt letter of Hon. G. W. Junes to his friends and for- . mer constituents. It is by one o.fi bis friends' t.d former finnsfitnntR. I nd U n calm and satisfactory review "of the history of the Democratic . parly upon the doctririecef Congres sion.il and Territori tl . no'n interven tion. Culm, temperate, truthful Ld dignified, it will be rad with inter est by m.n of all parties, who feel any interest iu tho politics of the country." - It ii too lon for OUr Columns. . . and we cm only recommend 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. — 11 October 1860

-'y-- -. 'v:,-, . 2 . 1 i 13 Drug? Store ! i Let the Ch ildren SI cep. J ; We earnestly advise that all who think a great ileal, who have infirm health, who an io trouble, or who have to work hnrd, to take U tbe bleep they CiQ get without medical. ine.ns. ; ' We caution mrent3, particularly. not to allow their children to be' waked up of mornings let Bntora wake the in up, she ill cot do it pre uulore'y; bat hnre a cira that they o to bed at an early hour; hi it be earlier, until it ia found that they uk up tbemsalvcs id full time to drdss for-, breakf list. '-.Being waked up early, and nllowed to engage in VilEcalt or any 6Sudb8 late, and i5tt byfore retiring, has given many bcanliful and promising child the briin fever, or rietei mined crdinary jiilmnts to the prodactioo of w&tei , vn the cram. Lot parents cuke evtry possible effort to have thir children co to - sleep in a pleasant .humor. Ne scold" or give, lectures, or in any tsy wound n child's feelings as i goes io bed. L'...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 October 1860

a i T '1 -' t 1 . Lct all ttic ends thon Sra'st at be (hy Coimtry'5, i!iy God's, and Troth's 3xT- O- JTSTellXao, V T II D R SD A Y , OCTOBER 18, '4800. , whole ko. m: ko. 9J.im. id. i - ... . ' ... ' . . . .: . - . - .. -. - - - '' i it n n i iirrr rr rrr -r ur i i i CTvJt, , i ,i softly.,. . -iMW n iay uiyM -' : . v FAl'ETTIiriljLI, TENS ft ; ti ; f ' tJ-J'ivo It I:irt for one year if aid lit - ihoti.nsof s ubscrir.tion, '.' Io!irs nu t ViViy S5ts. without ifvutio a f tor the oxj iration f thn c int Ml . ,TMl Kill fur Advertisements, Job rV.nfc. or Subscrion, considered dne wh-.ii con rrarted .except ppait.t-i those wub , whom we have running accounts. nL- ., ., . r v.,,. i nler a il isroiitin ny-or tlie rir ,t t ho xirtion nf tf.e i hn the Adriatic. I . LVe C UOU tim-3 for which they may have 8iibHf:rilc.l, ttCT out ol StfitZtWml. Kortheru ruT.. 1 Aostri.. Bolmi. hI , b rcr I :'' will be ent out of thejf,ne hu agricultural country 8 ran be ' " ' 1 . t . . t . or 'r,,Cor the first ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 October 1860

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. c. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN X. 0 WALLACE, Editor. Omit Jit the same OTA Stand: Sign of ih " 01ncrvei Printing Ofice." imposes on the authority ofa tern tori-: p h F IT ; P fl M n I U 11 Vs A j h I II P l legislature; we cheerfully recognize ( 13 15 I I U 121 0 Hi L II' U I III UO and respect in conformuy with that . - -tAN0pf' decision, waves are recogmzeu ns -ja- T-rvp a TT'T TTJi f I property,' and placed on an eriual iAl-j KjrJLJlxM. Va footing with all other property, Hence the owner of slaves the earns as the owner of any other spe cies of property has n right to move ton Territory and catry his property with him." i.iin..i,;h it.. aI .I'll olUlR LUIismill ! i TWO COMPANIES !N ONE!! , BSLL yVONTlD DOUGLAS : ituti., tiatfo Banks of "OUSaUBiier.' The iuj mi table N. G. TAYLQR will FROM TttE PACIFIC COAST;; Written fur the tatfttUvfflt OLserver. entertain the audience with a political phases KFXT PBESIDENCY.. 'Vascodvee, W.T.,Sep 3, 'CO. It seems that the '-is...

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