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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 October 1860

,-.-i"-' : : -v ' . ' : "::;- " . -;. . ; , . - . . '. v ------ ... , C . ... . ' . . - . .. . 4i M mi. : i: I K h. ' .t VavcttevHIe-' Observer ree if Po.Miige in Lincoln Connlj T U OCT. IS. I SCO. OSESrjQTICE! ' ADVEnTi.SE8SWIU.7AKE HEED!.' 'j0 Business men will reccllecl that tht Fayeltcvillc Observer one of the hast AorEansisa Mediums in the State, it having tbe ' LARGEST CIRCULATION BY. LONO' X SOUTHERN TENNESSEE!?. - An Aid cipt o Kivldler-, D. E llishop & Co. keep a Lottery Office Jit Wilmington, Delaware, or sit le:;ft intend to. It sem they spoilt u for n uctiin, and two or three weeks tgo received circular inrkcl co n fll e ti copy of which w? pint below. We Lave, no doubt that olhera hereabouts received the aatne tbinrr. and it l not iirpiububle that eo:ne have re sponded. It is always safe tocaleu I ite there is a "Digger iu the' fnice" tlwt som -bodv U to be chtatfd "if a tr.-ide i made when ari)lo.'l) proposrs to give you a oU i for. ' dime. D. E. Bishop & Co. p...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 October 1860

y$pm ihx: . -, . - i . m tm. v aafe. k I bi r t"w m v ,Pl:(ri:SMuAI.. li ; i ,;- 3 M J IIow lo Treat Dipiheria. This nucb-Jreaded disease of the JhroAt is prevailing to an alarming extent in some sections of the coun try The full owing description of its symptoms nnd'thtir treatment may ol interest and profitto our readers: Tho di ignostic by which it . Unowo from complaints of thd throat, is the formition a oembrana which increases gradually utilil the ptitieni 7- is litrriily 6tmngled to dtath. 1; UfiDinatimes accompanied by nlcer- ." 6ti'ina:id extreme prostration of thi entire system, and at others by nei ther of theso symptoms, yet in eith er c.iSi it is equd'Ij Ltah To arrest Mho fcrmation of this membniu u.ju!d thcrtfora seem equivalent to luring thrj disCiSe, nnd this iu most hisUuce3 may bv dona in the folbw :ng runner: In the early stages o( the complaiut,which isnlnays nccom j);Li;d by a soreness and a Ewtlling of the thrnt, let;, the patient use n 6impie solution of g-il...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 October 1860

I 1 i Q , : ; i" 4 I! .' I i J l! RvvT.?.--.- I r ! ; "Let all the ends' thca aim'st at be lhy Coiiritry's, (by Cod's, and Truth's ft 4 i 1 1 . ! Hp. i r 7y 1 f i ! a' 1 : 1,:. ill i t k If NO. 24. VOL. 10. la I'JTITE HILE, TEN N: Tf URSDAY , 0 C T 0 B Eli 25 -. - - re ii'urki ft' vii jini rja. t-, a- itf . i . 07r (illsti- for one year Kpiiilat. i li ti-rH'H u!icriitiuii.'i I)u'.I;:i s mi I i'lfl ; I , wiiuoni DKVIATIOK aftrtr tho exj'irmjon of tl:iff pn'l.. IrWkll - ISiliH for Ad vertipr:-iits, Job NV n k. or S iWscrij tioii, roiibi-U'refi lu whn contra-teJ ,ex ept ugah.bt tlioac with ' v'iom w live rnunii:" aicouiits. . CCr,'iUsr)l(r? failing lo or.lera .liscontin- LSrTER FR0jj.EDR0.pa LoNDtTN, June 3, 18 GO. From Ilimbnrt; went to Aix.I;i . tiamm part f the c-hacuibl, and most! jf.mff Vvf i ' -Ytrcftf CiijH-lia, slipping on ih route, ;it f.rui!ai? weie we in taking ihs routr; vitiUilt L eJ'5v5 liinover. 'Aix la Chap lie is Hiijuni; f r, t th it tim , the stoim on the) - 1 ' the ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 October 1860

5i iS- i 1 i- t 1 "I . 1 f AYETTSVILLE OBSERVER. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. .Vrioi iam Oii Stand: Sicnef thi , J Obtsrvet Printing OJflct, ' FAYETTEYIL1E, TENN: Tharsdaj: Morning, Oct. 25, 18C0 fittUfliial Drmofralif Cirkd. FOB PBESIDENT, . w- . ) 1 I I'll VI VI VU1VIVI uw Johll U. BreCKinriUSe.fof the land against these trespassers OI. KENTUCKY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Joseph Lane OF OREGON. ELECTORAL TICKET. For 0 State at Large. LitfDOn C. 14 AY5ES, of WashiDgtoh. W.C. WHiTTHdiiXE.of Maury. fir the Congressional Districts. Second " James D. Thomas.' of Claiborne, Third Tourth Fifth 8ixtb Eighth Xinth Tenth D. M. Key, of Hamilton. Thomas B.Mubuay of Warren, i Wm. B. Bate, of Sctnner, George Gastt, of Maury. N.N. Cox. of Perry. R. VV. Haywood of Davideon J. D. C. Atkisb, of Henry; U. S. Bbadfobd, of Haywood Are You Ready? Democrats of old Lincoln, are you ready for Tuesday, the 6tb ef No vember? On that'diiy, now not quite two weeks off, tbe great Presiden tial strug...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 October 1860

'rce f Postage in Llncole. CdentjL TElUflSDAY. OCT, 25. 1 8 CO. l-U . . subscribers to lhe Observer for the campaign, ana trie tinre Das cow nearly arrived when Vim relations existing between them and us will be suspended, unless their subscrip- iiods are reDevrea.. we irosi our mflcagcmeDt of the paper Las been SQch aft not only to induce aU to con- us, but also to prompt farther in ex tending oar subscription list will, ns heretofore, spare neither tirho nor labor, in making tho Observer a welcome visitor at the hearth-stone ' of all into whose bouses it may enter. mess. imm ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! J OCT Businesi men. will reeoUect that the 1 KVt j t iUIUV VI i I AJ VCy t one ef the best Adtehtisiso MDHfHi in them to aid US Still mo ouite, 11 naying me LARGEST ClftCULATlbN LONG ODDS!, SOUTHERN TENNESSEE! Fayctlevillc Prices Current., CORRECTED WFEELY EY W. IL WEEB. Observer Ofticb, j FayeltevUle, October 25, 1&60. , ARTICLES. I FROM , TO Apple, dried, "j ' bul . . Bacue-Sb...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 October 1860

o '' ' t, r . &' It A- n 'A it: 4 r f : ll I u :) it 17 V 1 - 1 p. ft v- 1 - v: i f il I i 1- r I s : i i ' t t t i r if. Breeding Saws and their Ycnng. : - Mr. J, 11 VillirtI, who seems to understand the; subject, pretty thor oughly gave some time bioce in the IJIcune t anner views on the above eultjscff from' which .wo . 6elect ; aud coadensa the bints below; IlU nile in selecting the pig to "Jonathan, where were you going yesterd.iy, when I aw you goii g tu the milir "Why, I , was going to the mill, to be sure. ' 'Well, I wish I'd eeen you, I'd got you to carry a grist for me." "Why, you did see mc, didVt you " O.ie with', twelvo fully devel-l tut not till you hr.d got oncd teats, will iafalliWy be proliGo: clean out of tight cood n'irse good for milk ta at 8 for a breeder."' is ta "count the nad curelal of-h'.r youog. Fourteen Any man so bnso ms to strike h lnd- 'boiild be refu ted; "but never," j woman, should be placed on the biick in sVs tiy to raUe iigs from atof rottuig...

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

f I 1 i ft N1 h t. f ' CO"Tvo l6Ilar Tor one year if paid a H tbatimeof s ubscriptien.T Dollars V" . a J ri"rtf Cents, wiruoT devutmb after the expiration of three rr ontl.s r4.U Kill for Advertisements, Job Woik. or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except a?ait those with whom we have running accounts. 6CrSa1;tiberF faiUn 1 o order a discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the time Tor which they ij bave subscribed 'nr. centered w t0 reue;v5 .and U will b, continued to them accordingly BCr-'o Vancr wU be sent out of the ,ntv unless PU. f 0MSAon;in0l ' ClT AdvertWent inserted i tOiic Dol lar per Square of l el vo Wn or ri.ror tho Qrst insertion ; Filly Oats for each continuance. , irrerson. adverti8ingl.y the ye .U he chared forty Dollar fora svhole col-nmnr-ruertty Hollar for one-half, M Dinar for one-quarter. Zodev.a io i from thte terms unlet nvycircuavc,. SO-The privilege. of yeany auic.u... . ru.'r i.:e.w: and tha .biuinea. of an ad vertisin firm is not ...

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

FAYETTEV ILLE OBSERVER. LARGEST GIRCULATION IN N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. )rs--Aiihi,a?l OldStand: Signof th Obiervet Printing OJice." . FAYETTEyiLLE, TEX.N: Thursday Morning, Nov. 1, 1860 FOR PRESIDENT, John C. Breckinridge. , OF KENTUCKY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Joseph Lane, 'Of OREQON. ELECTORAL. TICKET. For the State at Large. LiTox C. Hatnes, of WashitigtoB. Vf.C. WaiTTHOEKE.of Alaury.- Fer the Congressional District!. First District Ai G. Watkins, of Jefferson. Second James D.Thomas, of Claiborne. Third Fourth" Fifth. Sixth Seventh' Eighth Ninth Tenth D. M. Key, of Hamilton. -Thomas U. Mubbai of Warren. Wm. B. Bate, of Sumner. , George Gantt, of Maury. N. N. Cox, of Perry. -'--R. W. Haywood of Davidson J. D. C. Atkins, of IleDry. II. S. Bbadfobd, of Haywood JACKSON DOUGLAS. Douglis In his speech is reported to have said: . "I wish te God we had a General Jackson at this day, in order that ho might grnpple with Northern Abo litionism and Southern Secessionism, trample them under foot 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. — 1 November 1860

Fayetleville Observer $Wc of Postage in Lincoln Connty 1. thCO. BOSIMESSlMOTICE'! . Advertisers will take heebi Business men will recollect thatthe Fayetteville Observer 3 one ef the best Advektisihq Mediums in the State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION B"ST LONG ODDS! Of MU.KctospJipelr publish in SOUTHERN TENNESSEE! fovdtcvlllc Female Academy; ; U Villi J VWIvu , . w - - - advertisement of ibis Inetituiion in another column. The managers it mo has, we believe wc can-recom mend to. the people as amply qual iSed for their stations, and we trus (hat the school ruav receive a larger number of pupils than it has ever before had. Of the landing oi Mr and Mrs. Blackinton elsewfeere.where they have' taught, the following tes timonUl from a gentleuan wel known throughout Tennessee, abun dantly f peaks: M crfeeesb3 r o, Sept, 4th, 1848. " TWa tm.lnrsionGd states lor lue benefit'of whomsoever it may con cern, that Mr. J. B. BlucUaton, as "5 priucipf,' together with his wife, ha? bd charge,...

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

farm m)i (&min. PisranWpprfe New -Drug :;Store ! "' . . jDlt.c; A.DItMKB ............ .', . . w. A. milks Flanlicg Trees ia the Fall. ' A Court Room Scene. In a recent trial of a liqoor case Wo findv that ' transplanting fruit I trass jo the fnll. is preferred bv many which occurred not a thousand miles eo far as it relates "to apples and-frort Worcester-county, the witness cherries. For peira and email fruits, Jon the stand was under examination fcpring ia better. Oar own experience aa to what he had eeen at defen- wouiu inaita the locality, rather than dant a dotnicil, wbicn he' bad-vibi-th9 season, the guide in making tlie;ted a number of times, election. In uplands, or other lands! "Did you ever see any spirits of a naturally dry, sttlicious nature, there, or anything you regarded a wj should eaos9 autumn; but in most jepirit" asked the presiding justice, heavy or argillaceous soils, snriDg is '"Why, ye?, I-don't know but I undoubtedly tho best, without rfer- .have," was the...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 November 1860

' r" 0 "Let &U the cndslbau diktat be (by CnmirjV, tfcy MV, and Truth's 1 5 a . i ! v aO. 26--V0L. 10." F A Y ETTE VlL LE , TIE N N: TiiO.BSDAlf, NOVEMBER 8,; i86a. whole-no. m p v, Dsilarfc for one year if paid at me ti nsot a uuacripiic". nu. I Fifty CJtls. wwnowT ikyiatios after the expiration of thiee month..' liVil Bll fof Advertisements, Job Work. or Subscription, considered uue whm contracted .cscept gmnt Lose with whom we have running aeeuunts. Cr3alcrihei failing 1 o order . diwontin- .anc or the paper ,at the exp.rat.cn of the , tints for which they may have subscribed .re considered wishtng to renevi ; and :t ' will b - continued to them accordingly. tQa XM;eV wiU-he cnt out ot the l'.ir :icr 3ii - t 1 1171!... r -i . . ...... ,t t, I; , io.um k.i ., .,. vp,s.: j too .(!. ttetify.. An effort- 13 fcu.s; etda in nca r:irape;s tmeont.i v n 1 j - , - ,. , -m. ' f,ns t Cor me l'rl 1 " 1 1 uc ctieuim ti tuuwuw Three Per Cent; Tcr Woalh. 1 Lave Enid tht James G. King was a 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. — 8 November 1860

tsmm FAYETTE? iLLE OBSERVER, LARGEST CIRCULATION IN XwTjsrc?3.asr oorrKrarcl A - N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. The Republican press of this cit'y were exultant in their proclamation of the fact that McKicney was a Demecrati and flour'uhed his treat ment in Texas as an instance of the 'barbarism of slavery." Will that same Republicanpress now republish to the world tbe-letler of that mobbed preacher, McKinne! Will the Press tnd Tribune and Democrat let the world see that Democrat enn ba j:ist, even under the smart of un- i i 1 9 utscrvuu uiuns auu suipeai thevJat their Republican readers argument men is that slavery i3 the ng- crea- OrrreE--JttJ.etavie OU Stand: Sign rf lit ' Obtervtt Printing Ofict. ,: '. FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning. Nov. 8, 1SC0 SLANDER. - The Supreme Court of Massacbu setts, iu a reccut decision in "n case of slander, said it was no defence that jj thft nnrtv Kiirrl Vn;l . nnlv rsmatir) - , . ture of local law, cad that whor- common rumor. If tha story is ,, . ,...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 November 1860

f 4 1 ?: 1$ C "' f i 4 it It i! V if. t i, T-' 4 t : 1 4k It i riiycUdvHlc. Observer;TfccFocn859 . . . For convenient comp'iral.Ye refer. fac of pft5inSc in Lincoln CoRB.j.CI-ce- publish below Ibe.vote of - - . x-; -- iT.innnlrt - rnrini for rJnvorrm . I 'i TlsrKPIlAY, KOV. 6. I SCO. BUSINESS- N8TIC! ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! ftT" Business men wjM recollect that the c I lev ilk Observer nni of t'.ie bet Advkstisiso LIflisms ia 1)e State, it Laving the LARGEST CIRCULATION ITS' LONG ODCa I .. SOUTH EPuN .TENNESSEE ! Winchester end .Alabama Railroad bTATIfJSS FAYKTTEVILLE. Kelso's AKU1VK IjEPAUT t I , ! 1 7.30 Rrightou, Junction, i 8 2 5. 8.40 Jimn', WINCHESTER. . DccherJ, ijiolicusb'ke'ii Creek ....ill.OOi GOING SOUTH. t 100 WINCHESTER ... J OSU'S. tf . J unction.'. Tlrihton Kclvi's FAYETTE VI LLE,. 1.20 1.V.Q 2 05 2.10 I 2 43) 2 j 3.20' 3.25 I 3 r.5' 4.05 ! 4.40; A(lvrrt;ii: - . Notwithstanding tha fact, p tteut to evory inteliig-nt min.that a system of judicious advening Ls, tf 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. — 8 November 1860

I , J i I - Y -1 It f - '1 : J f 1 1 ) v garni- mb 'Garten-.. WINTER Rll! FR. Never to bed with culd it damp In goir.g iu!o colder airCkeep the mouth resolutely closed, that, tlvn by comptlling the air to p;is circu itously through th nos and heid.it, rrny become warmed before itrenclits thjluag-, and thus prevent thoso khochs ND'i sudden chills which fre- quenlly cud in pleurisy, paeimpmi.i, I'U'r. other, em 10113 forms of disease N.'vcr el. ep with tie head in the Lrift of mi op.;n door or wiolo-T. Lot inure cover be on the lower liinbj th tithe body, "Hava an ex tn covering within reach n .c-iao ol u ruddeo mid great clinTo of the V7C:iltl r during the night. evcr stand Mill a moment out of doors, especially t street corUOrs, hfter having walked even short diifnnco. ' t Never n le ntur the open nindow f.fn vehicle fur a single half minute, fepcci-dly. if it has been rrorcded hv u walk; rdu.ibl lives have bacillus?, ur pood halthpeiminen!Iydestroyed Nv.-r put 011 a now boot or sho...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 November 1860

- ' - 1 : : ' -v- . ' -K e . Lct all the'endStbou iJmt ct be ij'Cr.cnlrj"Fs tbj CodV"d Troth's" WilOiM M. Til OHSDilf, NOVEMBER V ' - - " - 15. I860. ' KO. 2T.-V0L 10, j : f ii I 111 I I lU 1 ii 1 1Ji 11 11 ' 1 ' r ' 1 rw-vr J.lur foTtoieyetr if raid at w - r aibcrii.tion, conmdcred due when con '.tactefl rcji llt- time for bnJ to renew; and it ,re con-iAered " ",Juenl accordingly. EC7" P-icr- IVV.ii, advance. co.t inei P'tt'" rt.aa1OBe Dol Hr ier T" ;Brtion -.rilllf I4c,fOT trie nil be Ibraeso'boDDieDoon!" Here w the , this northern dime ud sji t .the 4. Vl A am v litis t nr kiic ...I, continuance .e. by tbe year, will ne Persons a'8";: for a whole col .l,arged l'orty ""ArV for one-lmlf. f , rro t rVermIf a?lv advertisers i , h.t of 1. 8 j.di vidnal rne, C-T A ntiouncinp: candidates T A-U-rnisonvuft :iot ma" c J.11Mrof in-ertion. when t until oT'irici - ! r mi tune- T' ,Vi n ye-t (r-Advcrtisi'TnetitP of an rnf inwriM ai '' ;"-; T.;..(f, Oil lerron ""J ""'.'V.-V- ..tinned until l Ja...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 November 1860

FAYEtfEVILLE OBSERVER. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN zxsa-ooiax coxjistx-s: i N 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrrrcE Atlhetartt OldStand: Sign 0 lie) ' Ooservet Printing OJice." nPAYETTEVILLE, TEN.K: Thursday Horning, Nov. 15, 1SC0 The opinion generally entertained i?f and we write it with sorrow, that Abraham Lincoln and Hannibal Ham- lio are elected President and Vice President of the United States, by a sectional vote.. The people may triaka up their miuds for the fact. We shall have more to say on this subject hereafter, as it is a subject of vast importance to the Southern States. Determined to Ruin the Parly. The Douglas leaders in this State, notrontented with giving Tennessee to the Know-NothiDg8 last week, have called a State Convention to be held in Nashville the Stb- day of Januirv next, for the purpose of nominating a Squatter candidate for Governor; and the Douglisites -iu Lincoln are summoned to meet on the first Monday in December,in order to appoint delgates to the ame. We hope the 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. — 15 November 1860

y VVeo ef Postage in Lincoln Cooulj TIU KMIAV.KOV. 15 I SCO. Oa3IMESSN0TICE! ADVERTISERS Will TAKE HEED I , 05" Bu sines men will ucellerl that the Faycllcvillc Observer h nn of the bast Advrhtisiko Ukdtdui hi no Slate, it having tba "LARGEST CIRCULATION 23-2" XiOIGJ O 3D IDS ! Of qi)ij Vctaspqpcr fubli&W W SOUTHERN TENNESSEE 1 Winchester and Alabama Railroad f7X7 rt ''f JJ.! iVSJU'v1. QOINa Station's. FAYKTTEVILLE,. Kelso's IsrOrtXII. a I. r.i v k rrrAKT . ...... . I 7.C0 8.0OI 8 05 8 35,' 8.40 9.201 9 25 lO.OO' KtOfi 111.40 10X0 Ikighton, . ... J 'in 'lion JollC WINCHESTER, Wherd lll-COi aoxrsrca- south. Dec.hcr-1 WINCHESTER, Jones', . ICO 1.20 2 03 2.45 -J unction, Tlrinhton Kelso's . VAYETTEVILLE, i 'I . ' . , r ! 3.20 3 25 3 55j 4.401 4.05 Tha Vtle of Lincoln Connty -. Birlow wo give tho otlicinl vote of Liuculn county for rresielentijlaggre-gates, so far as received, sum up elector, at tbo election of Tuesday, (j Vast. The Democracy did ex ceedingly well. Our Iofs is only ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 November 1860

l, Hr - i. '4 f t 't. 1 V f ; ' i- t' farm - atiV: GtatiKiL lp$e New Drue; Store ! ktemlin lo Housekeepers As a general rule it iB most eco nomical to buy tho best articles. The price is, of course, alwa) s a lit tle higher; but good artistes-spend best. It i? a sacrifice of money to buy poor cheese, Urd, and etc., to say nolbtngcf U;e injurious effect upon h .-tilth. - - - Oi thj West India sugnr and mo hsses, the Vera Craz and I'orto Rico are considered the best. Tbe Havana is seldom clean.- White sugar from Bmzil is sometimes very good. Refined sugar usually . contains most "of tbe siiccbnrine (Substance; then! is nrobablv more economy in iitir." loaf, crnsbed aod granulated t!,o-,rs. than'-we tbould Crt suppose Baiter that is nvade ia September find October is tbe best for wiuter use. L.rd should, be bird aed white; and that ulieb is taUco from a hog liot over a year old is best. fV.la softer under the pressure of tbe finger. That which is very strong is neither Tery good nor he...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 November 1860

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Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 November 1860

FATETTEV ILLE OBSERVER. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN . N. 0, WALLACE, Editor.- Or r icx At ttietamt Old Stand: SiptotJ Olservt Printing OJlet." FAVETTEV1LLE, TENNi V. TlinrsdajJIornlngNoT. 22, 1860 Timclj Doctrine. The Louisville Courier, in an ar . ticlo published on Saturday, fter enumerating the awful wrongs Which the South has endured, says':; w. . . We do not think the election . of Iiacoln of itself sufficient to i warrant a dissolution "'of the. Union; and we ' hope the slave -States will go no further than "we , have indicated wo trusrthey will but take prompt . measures' -to protect "themselves Vainsf '-anv nttpmnt ! . CtTrv out 7 - - . - s the principles of the Black Republi can party and we believe.that doing tbis,tbey. will make one more attempt to attain their equality in the Union, nr.rl tn Rpcura their iust rio-hts under ! O - the Uonstitution,' bolcing tbemseives in readiness, should the worst ceme to . the worst, to take care of tbem- ' selves - : T-::- ' ' Kentucky will ...

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