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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 November 1860

"JMMMMsasBaOTs1TWITr . ' " r- . 2 ' -ii "r. .ii-...-, " yWC WSJ W mmm , i . .Mn,, f y-.ay " Hj.. Mill - rtfrMM - M f nHHIlf """''. ' '" ' '" . - "" i i- r - t - E: , 8.9- - i 4 tnvvetlevilie Observer Xpt, of Postage in Lincoln CobuIj Til IJIISDA ! ROY., fea lCO. 5! Verified-: TLrqughcu t the Vie 'canvass, - we told oar readers that John C. Breck- 3row; dis. Ao. 6, Xo'v, 5tb. Valued at $40, ? rr: HARSH ALIi COOKTT. 'Vf " JTorse -Mule; bay, with a very, lorg mane BUSIESSUOTSCE! ' AQVEBTISERS WILL TAKE HEED ! To Cci. CWcoB j PilW, ' DisAft .Sil have reaj with macL inridn-A s il.e nr.lv mWii likW tn 'interest your letter of. the I2h iost.I ' '. i -..Litju" j : 11 vr ' t. 'ii i- r " V bet 14o. hand igTil bout "years olH; by defeat Ijncolo,lhat he .was stronger ;Pdbllsbef ,a man ueuor uougiae, .do-icm, JV.D' V V r . " i . r Js; """" t i Tfc, hind le? white rearlj;to the lock;. urifinlH rrtt h p'pptnil hT nnM h u ,ue "'S" "gira I emeruia loryouj m bUze IB Jim forehead, shoe o.h ce nr orkae...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 November 1860

, 'nmrjt, rnr jpaaeBaaiaaigaMajaMMBMMgmQjBWt - uininamii i i iMmh n H i mnam M iiw m f mi i n miT'-, (i - umiiiIii i i j. 1 'm. .n umi i ihii 1111 ii in i im m 11 ii 111 1 m il 1 1 1 I ?.1 hi, LM .- r ? t mi id - ill I : v N i 'i If?? X - i - , 4 r.?.- -r ft- e - -'- ' : V , A'CIiiit cbcat 0 -' CoqM the: census of Jtofc rat Vc .rhlscDjj. it '-'wbold undoubtedly bow ; -'V'tfcat their '.oumrs &;rautly'.seetd " ;!il0se ; of aoy.-;othr v.l6ck- kept-7r . . ; - --TbU loo, w iQ. gpite' of cats tcrrierF, " V r.ri'F8 t'SOD. aad ull the coatrirar.cs ' ' y-with "which v they r huateil, for-by fho rat is -voted nn ou'crJSt, vhose; hWxk to ha : :;'lft! air "sight. Vino vidccl ryoij.. cnj ,; 'r r caicli hici. . Ouier r.tcus 01 noimils ' - . , . hav3 almost disappeared Under like v . ycrseculion. ' ,'fo ' 'c.iy ' nothing of 'f-Yvl irgf rv game raccoon, ' - black - and - roy fquirrrh. tl;e r iiUesnkei nod :-ftpper head, jind tnnny minor crea ' . i tures have ions Uen unknown in the ' more thick...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 November 1860

-7 k I . I V. 5 "Let all the ecdstbou da ft at be thy CccnlrjV, tby CodV.and TrcthW1 JST O: Wallace, 1 TilDRSDAF, NOVEMBER 29, 1160. WIIOLEmXO. 407. ' :, . -P A riZTTR Vl.fiL'fl. TENN: NO. 29--VUL. 10. J A', il 1 li m mm j v. Z, i u i - - , . .1111 II I1 I I ' ii i t nr-nTTMgTTT"M ' ' 1 "---- - " i i nm.r.nn'r.'n'ni! PHLODl? LCillEatx prum LUL.UIlJ .1 n' OYi-w,! Illn for oi.e year i. ps'.i .,.rf .uhacrii.tTi.,- D Mil . .l 1 S'lfly Jrtll. WI.HOVT l-KVIATI-.N. ' 'nrthe exrir.ti..ii "f tli-cnx-i its K TKU Bill for A.Hert.M. J-l- W..rk. or S-il-efM-t'Oi., '' aVuith whe concreted ,oXrert ?ait.stthoSe ith whom we have rur.ning acconrrts- : i . ti,ir mav have Biifoscrilieo, timu tor w Inch tney "iaj re eniderea as winlnnj: t re" , and it will , ,-ontinueA to them c?''t. tr-J-o IMer will ba tent ont ol the 1-J V u fnt n aflvfliice. r IM,.firthefir.f.nMrt.o;riIll for each coitm"ai'L" Losdun, Aug. 10, 1SG0. Ne "stead 'Ablet now belongs to i . . . .. -1 U 1,-r mow r. 5 ,1 i: n.nw i,ra tlie WOT...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 November 1860

2 FABTTEV ILLS OBSERVER. 'New Orleans Moving ia favor otio'tov bibo riavehoidbg : fm Th'E PACIFtc" COAST. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN Kcn-lntcrceursc. The recjIo of New Orlans Ere, with great unanimity, making ncliie Diaies. . .It is undarstood that these reso lutions nre to bo acted upon nnd ad hered to until our fellow citizens of , e ., P ... rights, aud their deuunci .ug uh,u,uu., .o. u.r- u. o.cu dluracUr jostj(ution we sre indebted to h hitnd, has becu LATEST NEWS. WAR H KANSAS Cliston Mo., Nov. 21. TheUni Warsaw, Mo, Kov. 22.-Jt.dge Will'mm-.. th TTr.tirl StMt.s Da'rict Judge of Southern Kansas, arrive lug Cl croflbei w in town to-night. A fhei:ting w.is immediately called, and qpn CltlZ'OS Judge Williams delivered a calm and tool statement of i Hairs in the Tr- N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. i)fri(ii--fMiin OU Stand: SiptjO FAVETTEV1LLE, TENNs Thursday Morning;, Not. 29, 1SC0 T - - - Tarlifs in Congress. 'Tho Republican National Com mittee" shortly before tho election Issued ariaddress, ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 November 1860

, ' . '- -. . S V Ii' . -a Ibserver t'ree of Postage in Ibcoln County . mums pCITIC f till 8 IU2 i ADVERTISERS m UE KEEO! ft"7" Business- men will Icllect that the LayetlcvilleMserverl on- or tfte cast AD7KBTisii Mediums iu lie State, it having the LARGEST C1RCUATION BY LONO OIDSI Of Ifetopclr p U SOUTHERN TENKSSEE! "Wiiickcstcr and Alabad Railroad jryVti;" ave 1.F.PABT Stations. FAYETTEYILLE.. Kelso's Rrighton, 8,oo! so; 8.35," 8.40 .Tnr.eiion, aoo:loo3! cuojio.50! JoneV WINCHESTER, DecherJ, GOING eherl i-wi sotxt: 100 ISO WINCHESTER, .20 iS ones', ... .5 unction, , prijhfon, , ko5j 2 io 11.45 2 50' i nn oo: . . . LU O J , Kelso's. , FAYETTEYILLE, f.si 4 05 40! - J ? Tliiali twice before jou Mop - Kamb.ni , co.ten.phli.J. tommies in the sf , us soon as ibey can sen ouu ,.r iiiA m;Yim. "A lollind stone moss. ii-e nju , They he just r itat'rs no fiot their f,rms cleared up: anUakenir irg;n id, or; theolLme-! ji lew croi'5 uuui me r" - theyari situated upon htead, with a hundred acres...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 November 1860

J, '.Jt 5 ? 3 1 .4 f V - w i i V i i - .3 iif ti x - r- , i'. Y Shall we Plow in ihe Fail? All I.uj.J, except Iisht'.l9ai nnl 84 ml. soils, says the American Jlyri- euUurahst, are bjneGltrJ by Fall plowing, unlesi they are exposed to washing. Stepp side lii'U -should D9Vtr be plowed io tbe Fall, ut;!es. yoasow th?m hnraediite.lv with grain or grass seed, to furni-:h roots forptrs and cognate studies, but could holding tho soil in place. ln. utn ii4 Inivv Ivri'ji lvini flt. and cl are greatly bn filled In rail plowing.. The teams nr.; gener ally in tha be-steondiiitm (orpiowinj: at this season.' . They have h dgoo-' p.istuitfg-t through tho Summer, ami 3 a rule, li.ie to do thin is. the Winter and Spiing It p its tin Spring work vt ry . much ahead to Iiav.? stll thetgteeu sward hnneii ov?r in tV.e Fa I. However mu;h of tii'n m ly bo dn tin tc?ims vi!. have enough to dj in the Spring, ia c.trting vn mur?, cross-plow i-;ig, har rowing and gutting ready for so.vino ad pi tnling. Id 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. — 6 December 1860

I rll'-i f IDS". O-Wallace 1 4 - NO. 80--V0L. 10. . ria.-'LHiiitiT61585. '-'7 fTwo. Dollars for one year if fM at Uietimeof subscrvytien.T.io Dollars Fifty Cents, wi f host i kvution afler'the x'atlon of tbree month. I'-TAll 111H for Advertisements, Jb- Work; or Sb..nr. when contracted, except ?aH's . Whom we bare running COUI,,t?-(.n . J KTSabscribcja failing t o order a di.cont n uance of th pnper ,at tha expiration of h. ,. y1 v , A, t,eT may have subscribed, time for which tnay my .dj : are considered as wwning to renew. ,ud it wil I b, continued to them "f0-.. tCT.o -Paper-will be sent out of the ' 1 for in advance. , cowntv unless rld. 10 T , ni. or Xes,fortae nrv --- -( Cet9 for A ;Se. Vr.wm-'b. I'3r' dre." ,frV for whole col ebarged I'ort, n""YV for one-half, r;rfo?o j f - thfir tnen immediate and itrictly-hnulid to tneir regwar Dunne: :f.i,?: .rtirfn Hrm is not comWered a- including tliat of its individual mCLe". KTAnnouneing candidates Tlirt Dollar to i paul in advance in ...

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 December 1860

. 7 4 V - 111 1 1 If 4 1 ? ill I lit. . , t i if - if 9 i i it W , ' fll f. rrr. . LARGEST CIRCULATION IN IilNCOLN C017NTT 1 N. 0. WALLACE', Editor. Orriet At tlx sain Old Stand: EigJih " Qiiervti Printing Office." FAYETTEYILLE, TEXKt Thnrsday Morning, Dee. 6, 1SC0 Squatter Sovereignty. A correspondent of tbo New Or leans Delta thus forcibly illustrates the practical workings of tbis device of the Douglas faction to rob -the South of her territorial rights: It is stranger still that any South ern man can be found to ,defend bis doctrine of Squatter Sovereignty, in defiance cf the decision of the Supreme Court. Carry tbis creed into practice and see how it ope rntes. My firm is in Oldham coun ty, Ky.; the Ohio river separates it from Indiana. I and my neigh bors on the liver in Kentucky have sons opposite in Indiana: we have friends on the river who also bare sons. None of us are able to give one hundred dollars per acre (the current rate here) for land on which to eettle our childre...

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 December 1860

I ij UltUHL VHtbll U The folloffing nolof peaks for it lvcl Postage in LiMoln renn.y.sr. if iiecds no commit. - Sicb t i -- , sir i L lYinnsf TOilS Vegetable 118 ibC 000 of I tll ltMtt Y, DEC. C It CO. BUSINESS J30TlGE!;::-f!CD? i , "'ADVERTISERS YiLL T.KE HEED! egj" Business men will ' ttcrllect that th : Fay "II II.. ( lieVllie lirSCl VCVi a .m if the hit Advkktisixo Mediums in lie State, it having tbe r. r GEST CIRCULATION 13-3" LONO OXJX3SI Of qi)tj lfcto?fqpcr pijblilc5 ii) SODTHERN TENNESSEE! Winrlicstcr mid Alabnnia Railroad TIME TATOjE. GOINQ Ftttox FaYKTTKVILLE,.., ....f73U Ktw. I sor'' 803 Sir : t25 r.YKTTEVILLE,.., J 10.00 K (15 .1140 10.50 WINCHESTER tocher! .!H.O0i QOTNQ SOtJTH. PiMVlT-I WIN'C J.n' : 25 ......... " ' - I 2.45? zso 7-iirr5nnt rriliton, " . " ! 3 20 323:7 3 S5? 4.03I1U FAYETTE VILLI'.,. 4.40! The Vnion Hcctic5M ' Wii anxiously desired to ttteod lhe '-Ucion Meeting" nt tho court houso last Monday, bat could not possibly do bo. We learn that Hon. Geo. W. Jo...

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 December 1860

A. t 1, 4- f j 1: f i1- f i $arnt anil afoen. Iraporlacce cf Salt in Agricnltnre. If TFa should nek- why so enor mous a quantity of this inestimable gift of salt is distributed through out the earth; nhy three-fourths of the surface of the pjanet designed for th hornof of man is covered with il? tho nD3er weull be: irr-oi del to preserve the work of nature to euab3e,mnnthe more readily to sustain j himself and to make him welthifcr! und bel.tr. It has beroma un in dispensable conldition for the exist ence of. man and his civiliz-ition. In all rjianiu btiu9 we meet with to processes that of life and that of decomposition the latter b ginning its full activity sifter the former Las Vcliev'td its end, at the moment when trganic t..in:s arej dissolved in'o those constituents from which the phnt was famed nnd Louriihtd. . ' ' If, however, we intend tr. check, i or, at least, delay' decomposition, j we m:JSt employ arid, for we know ihiith Creator formed the sea suit i a miihty b-irrit-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. — 13 December 1860

' ' V ... 4 . w .. r" ' r- if- 7 1m 3NT. 0.'"Ta.lla.oisrl NO. SI. VOL. 10. Wt.v. ikrti in . for one Tear If raid at iheiPoeof ulacriptioi.1 DoWiirs I Si ?ffit".f 'JKL S-T" IMP- for AdYertisenseiiU, Job- WT ...W ... 4,.VlrimiOU. whoa contrarteu .except whom we have running accounts. fTS Mcriher W"'t- order.' eontp ..ance of the paper , at t U. eipiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are coopered as wuWng to rtnew; and .t will b .-outinued to them accord nglj. tCT-O Iajcr will be eent out o the ,,tt urdes. paid for j a a ca. . or, l!;, for the first insertion ; Fill, j CMt for eacli con"""" j,7jPersns advertising! the y.iT,ni chared l'rty Dollar for whole col-,m,,:-riety D.r. for one-bjM. v tk .11 .rrrtrone-auarter. Aorfevfa- it'rirHu timilM-to tleir cw inivinl'ute and business of an ad- '??ZT. rridered as including , ' . 1.a busllK Tommi; iiriu u - rtl.at of it individual cnibers ' KTApnouncins candidates Ttarw Ioll.ll to be vai't in advance in everg ca". Advertise...

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 December 1860

Mr FAYETTEYILLE OBSERVER. LA.KGEST CIRCULATION IN N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. VmctAtthttame Old Stand: ignfth " Observe Printing OJUe." PAYETTEY1LLE, TENS: Tfrirsdaj Morning, Dec. 13, I860 The Heeling on Saturday. According to adjournment on the first Monday in this month, a large number of the citizens of the county liSsembL'd at the court-house. The meeting was called to order by the Chairman, lien. Geo. W. Jones, and C. A. French and N. 0. Wallace were eleeted Secretaries. The following Committee. were then appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the feelings of the people in the present great political crisis, and what should in view of all the circumstances be done by them, viz: John M. Bright, Chairman, Itobt. Farquharson, L, L. Stone, James Stogntr, Ben. Wbita ker, T. WL Abetter, and Thomas C. Goodrich. By motion, the Chairman was add ed to tais Committee. The Commit tee reported the following resolution, which is the same iu substance as the one effered by Mr. Bright on Mon ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 December 1860

J?5 Fiiyclleyille Observer Hfftt o f Postage in Lincoln Counlj TULItSDAY, DEC. 13. 1S60. . BUSIr4ESSN0TICE! ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! Easiness men will recollect thattb Pay tile v ilk " Obse rver one of the best Advertising Mediums in he State, it having tbe - - LARGEST CIRCULATION B3T X.OISTO ODDSl' Of Mjj cbpqpeir publish in SOUTHERN TENNESSEE!' NaT is the Time We are now on. the eve ia revo- CURRENT NEWSr ; Nbw. Orleans, Dec. 1.--A coo mittee of. citizens of Texas' petition travelling in Mississippi, rritea,back to a friend as follows: x i ,"The further down I getr tbe more secession I .see. ; Not content, with wearing- the blue yockade themselves, the people put them upon wagons, carriages, riding horses, cYc ; At nna nliin, whfMfi I fifnnned. all 'the The secession lee'ioir J ua - v rn i - i .urtiuco uau iusui wu u , u.i telligence of the age demai that largely predominates ' . . , fS)f j" Mjsipm down as- dead f T . II . 'J ' I U n ' f ' I 1 Cheese -Western Reserve 11HJ f 8 T...

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 December 1860

i I- I:.. - - ... . f.y i-V. - . .. - ; .., ; r... ;j . ,,,....,.., .T ' - ; ,--v . . . -. . ... ; 3 fam-anb Tartar. i$ autx Pjnto'k lNev Drug Store Gathering sod keeping Apples. In order to,aecura soundness and preservation, it ia indispensably cec- eisar that (be froit abould bo gatb-i ered by baud gathering is delayed ts long as pos aibla, avoiding severs frosts, and the mo A success ful practice with oar tx tensivo orchardists, is to place the Grundy was the captain f M.o.u.Dnufis Sound Schooner, had teen for years,; and a mos excellent skiiDer. thoueb1 ... . -- o . With .VT.A. MILKS fearfully given to bisgro, him. as mate, was Jack Brown 1ko For winter froit, the Ua iirecluimabe devotee to Kins Bacchus. It was tho custom, and U yet, we Relieve, for the owiwra to advance Captaius a Email amount for DililliU SUCCESSORS TO DIEMER 8 HAMPTON. - FAYETTEVILLE, TENNy DEALERS IN ' mmm'. the purchase of ''email stores." On (Via urfns.nn rfrrnl In Ihn cum fi good fruit directly, in a cart...

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 December 1860

J - ' - . . -. ? " '. 'i I "Lei alhthc ends (hoa aiiast at be thy Connlrj's, ihj God's, and Troth's." a - KG. S2.V0L. 10. Two Dollars for orie year If paid at tiotimeof t abtcriptien.l DoUnrs II Mil fifty CdltS, WHH0BT 1KVUTIOK after th expiration of thiee mentis. - Bills - for Advertisfineiits, Job Woi k or Subscription, considered hie when contracted .except against tbose with wliom we bare runnuig accounts. ftCTiabscribers failing t o order a discontin . unce of the paper , at tbe expiration of the timo for which they mar haTe subscribed, arc considered as wishing to renew; and it will bi continued to them accordingly. tCJ. IMpcr will be sent out of the ov,nrv unless paid for in dr,nce. C5- A lrertisemoTit . Inserted at Oiic .Dol lar per tsi:.rc f Twelve MAue or f!eH,-for the first insertion ; Filly Cuit for each ccutinuance. IPersonsadvertiBingby the year will he charged 1'orty Dollars for wbole col- Ten DH-ir-forone-qnrter. Aodevta- Ho frw'Mi'Ae under anyarnmsfana IC3The priril...

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 December 1860

- 'i j -iii a i n FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER: v LARGEST CIRCULATION IN x.xrrcox-.-xr countt i X. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrrrcE Altheiamt Old Stand: Signojlh :t Obiervti Printing Office." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: .T.'iirsday Morning, Bee. 20, 1860 The Southern States that have not o.on active in prepinng to go oat of j the Union are, as far as we hive ! leinnd, opposed to coercion oa the prtof tho g-weral government to force a seceding State baek that may tinder the circum.taaces, withdraw. The first blow stricken to subdue a a seceding State would unite the fif-i teeu southern States in defeneo of their assaulted sister, the Union would be lost, the government broken up, aid no mortal can tell when the bloody Btrifo would end. If a portion of the southern Stales ecede, and the federal government should attempt by arms to force them to submission, most of the border Statea will strive to prevent a civil wir, ana lauiog in toe etirt, they will join the southern teeeders against the party that init...

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 December 1860

.- V ' , ' ' " 1 :. ' '. V- ' . .-'V -' H .7 i M Ml y n i n i 1 ' 1 v i -, Vuvetteviile Observe! free of Postage in Lincoln CaaniyJ TIIlIKSttAY, 1C. . BUSirJESSWDTICE! -ADVEaTlSEflS WILL TAKE HEED! - Busiueu .men will recelleot that the Fayetleville Observer . one of tho bast Aotebtisiho Medium in Vie State, it having the s I--" " .' LARGEST 'CIRCULATION ' SOUTHERN TENNESSEE! Winchester and Alabama Railroad NOBTH. ABBIV DEPART ..-.f 7.30 8,001 8 0S aoiNQ . STATION'S. .FAYETTEVILLE... Kelso's. Brighten, .......... "Junction, .......... ' Joint'. "WINCHESTER,., .. Decherd. . .... .I ' . OOIISTO SOUTH, j Oecherd....... i'VAA) e e 8 35. 9.20; 8.40 9.25 10.00 0.05 10.40 10.50 11.001 I Tvreips, Sol! etc ; V ' ( - Our good-looking, good-natured, courteous neighbor of the Pulaski Citizen tbinks we made "a very dm iicioua mistake' week' before last; io spanking of his practical concessions to Lincoln foil, husbandry, etc. If w made a mistake-and he says ' we did, and of course it most be .so...

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 December 1860

f. r ... .1 , I J ' ' '"-7 ' ' - J j :'uJV A ' V- St-- ' V. j J . ri, - ' - .' ? . f . . ; rf"tfl iiS 11 J IK 1 1 farm u Biixtim. keeping Cabbage in the Winter. .Sharper than " a Serp?Dt'sV Toolh. It 13 well known that freezing cab- big does not injurs thaw materially,' provided "the frost bd drawn outgrad- nlly, and ills a common practice to A certain j'oung lady, whose wit is onlv eclipsed by her beauty, was on a certain cccision the local point of B1 bury them iri jv.ts or trenches out of j ,"hia answers a very good p'lipose, 0X32pt thititij troublesom op- irnij:i to rt to them whin the aduiirntion, and had' more satellites than Saturn... Amon the- number SHERIFF'S BALE...- T virtue-of five venditioM-?Xonast0 mi directed from the Uerk of tbe L;rcui! Court of Lincoln cou'itj, Tennessee. I wil expose. t(S rale, to the highest bjdJer, for rash, at the court-house doer in the town of Fav etteville, on Monday, thellh dry of ' Janunry. 1861, all the right, title,-' claim-and interes' 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 December 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. — 27 December 1860

. -V - t . ' . . "I : ', il I ? 1 I t .1 n ! i it. 4 1 fir- FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN LINCOLN CfOTJNX"ari N.O. WALLACE, Editor. Or no a-- Atthe$m Old St and: ' Oburvti Printing Ojice." Ft. J ! FAYETTEV1LLE, TEN NY Thursday Morning, Dec. 27, I860; The Alarm am on; the Eastern MaBafaclurers. , The great bud of the manufac turers in Massachusetts ' and Rodo Island, whose business is dependent upon the" cotton which comes from the Southern States, and which they hive heretofore obtained ..in ex change for maaafictured goods, ' are i mm . . ' very much alarmed since the . mini-( festation of the Catton States to ;d - continue tiado with them They roiliz? (says the Providence Post) th.it the Sautb is in earnest' nnd that a dissalation of the Union 'must moderate, or we must not only is aming the thing possible, not' to .diviJe, but raut afterwards draw the say probable. And whether this'sword and, if possible, destroy each shall coon or not, it seems almost other. If G...

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