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..Change ef Focd for Stock. '
' The imoprtance at all - seasons, and especially In winter, iof fre quent changes in the food of stock, generally receives too little, con sideration by the farmer. As we gain . more, experience in winter ing animals, we become more and more convinced that their health and strength are larerelv nromoted by careful attention to'this partic- ular. Change of pasture in sum mer we have . found beneficial in many ways, and a change of fod der in winter from one kind" to an other, seems to promote thrift by increasing the appetite, thus indu cing a greater consumption of food and .the better satisfaction ot-the animal. , . ; '-; " On thus point of satisfaction, Flint's "Dairy Farminy' teHs of a German agriculturist, who, after experimenting for several years on the feeding cf cows, says be found "that to receive t Ho full benefit of its food, the animal must Ic wholly satUjietV': fully fed until it desires nothing more. Nutri tion to keep the animal growth and functions unim pare d, and bulk to till the stomach, are requisite these supplied, 'the;-'animal rumi nates with case until the tune ar rives for its next supply. In our own case, of the fonge provided, it is our object to induce our stock J her precocious son, Ike, remarked to consume all they will without m follows: wastc-to fill themselves o that "How the world has turned A. , , . about, to be sure, said she; " tis they are satisfied and at ease for notbing but chailge change. On- the interval Ixtween each regular jestcrday, as it were, I was i i feeding. To this end, and within j the country, . smelling the odious our limited reach, we find nothing flowers; to-day I am in Memphis, better than frequent changes in j my oilfactories breathing the im , V, . 5 .pure execrations ot coal-smoke that the kind and quality of food-not m tQ hcaUh Instead following a regular rotation, butof the singing of birds, the blun guided by the. weather, and the j derbusses almost deprive me of changing tastes aiid appetites of - consciousness. Dear me! Well, I our animals. hoje I shall be restrained through itt i i n i i it all. They say' that the moral We have cornstalks, clover hay, " . , . . . -, . r , , . A V i turpentine of the city is frightful, timothy . hay, and a mixture of buthere isn't anv Use to antici- the twoalso red top hay. and apate trouble beforehand; he may t x i -ii i included in our supply. A few foots were grown, and we have the usual coarso grains of the farm, as well as faith in the economy of feeding them, if occasion requires; but as yet, our foddt-r has sufficed to keep up the ' condition of our cattle , and sheep, and the latter have considerably improved since brought to the yard. We hud a quantity of pumpkins, but they are all consumed. An occasional feed of roots, or a slop of bran . or mixed meal, will take their place, particularly with the milch cows. Twice'aifcy is a sufficient num ber of times .for giving out corn stalks to cattle. Hay "of different kinds is given once or twice; oc casionally it is brined in that case we use some cut two years ago, and. of an inferior quality. If .they do not fully consume any feed given out, we change it for less ef . "something more palatable keeping in view economical com sumption of fodder as well as thrift of stock. Sometimes they seem kss hungry than at others then v it is needful to give less and i; will give, profitable exercise" tc the judgment of any attentive, observing fanner, to take thepcr sonal oversight of these things. Sheep jare benefitted by change of food as much, or more than cat tic. Clover hay "is one of the best liked feeds we can supply, but they eat this, even, with a better relish after a meal of bean . straw, of red-top hay, or a run with cows on cornstalks. For wheat and oat straw and chafF, as a change, they seem to 'have an es pecial liking, and we believe it will be" found profitable' to. provide all the above, and good; places to feed them out, both for the thrift of your flocks and the true econo my of bringing them through the winter. S o o u r - experience teaches lis". :. . 1 ' ,' ''J. Many points'" connected with the above, "might have been re marked, upon, but we .like - always to "stick to our . text," and that regards," mainly, changing the feed of stock, : ?. V ' ' . ' pis? auft gtprfciR :A Horse id ferlisement. : : A subscriber advertises his horse for sale, and thus discourses: : Thou canst trust' thy labor.to him because his strength is great. " Thou canst bind him' with his band in the furow; he will harrow the valleys after thee. ; He will gather thy seed into the barn. His strength. is terrible, in which rejoiceth. -: iceth.-' " - - -.. The glory of his nostrils is his pride; his neck is clothed with thunder. . ,. , ' lie paweth in the, valley,' and waxeth proud in his speed. . j lie mocketh at . fear;; neithei turneth his back from the hobgob lin. . . . . Lo iiow, he moveth'his tail like a cedar, his sinews are as cables. His bones are like strong pieces of brass, yea, like bars of iron. He eaieth grass like an ox; be hold he dnnketh up a river, and tru&teUi that- he can draw up Jor dan in his mouth. Who can open the door of his face? yet thou canst approach him with a bridle. 'His teeth are terrible 'rcund about. , I will not conceal his power, nor his parts, ncr his comely propor tions. ' "Ue is gentle, he is kind. And his tail sticks out behind." And I want to sell him for some thing I can pay my debts with. Mr, raitinyt.il 8 Idea of Mtm-i.-li'vi. The old lady cn coing to Memphis to j-elect a -guaidian for escape all harmonious influences that would have .a tenderness to hurt him, and, as the minister of our church aid, with judicial train ing he may become a useful mem brane of society; though training is bad generally, and is apt to make the young run to feathers, like cropple-cro wned hens. But he has looking at mm it comes j and every day. it is enveloping it self more and more." The Too Smiths. A gentleman, with the same christian and sur name, took lodgings in the same I . 1 T o i i mi, - nouse witn james omun. . iue consequence was, eternal confusion of Cidls and letters. Indeed, the i postman had no alternative, but to share the letters equally between the two. ''This is intolerable, Vdr' sayl our friend, and you must quit." vV by 1 to quit more ! than von?" "Because ,you are; James the Second and must abdi- mte- ' . ' . A wicked wag is .the "Local" of the Richmond Examiner.- In one 01 uis rcuen t. ponce icpoiia no tices that a. fellow had confessed having stolen a 20 bill,' during the performance at the "Varieties," , from the pocket of a. gentleman : who was old, grey-headed, hump-. ' backed and drunk, and adds that any gentleman answering to this description can recover the bank; bill by application to the officer, rT? A T .T . -"KINDS and proving property." V; "WJV .... J--7 Another "Pizhi' Game.- Miss . Ripson, who was crossed in loe by that good looking printer,' chap, t purchased six cents worth of lau danum, and took a notion arter bloomers. V "But," she says . "A nasty dog pomti in one day, "s ; And with my trows-ri rnnd away Afore I could get 'em on!" Poor gal ! she'll take pizin next praps. See if she don't! , ' The name of Jesus is melody jn the ear, joy to the heart, medicine in the soul, and there is no charm in any discourse in which his name is not heard.- ' The - Cincinhatians, when their drinking water is too thick with mud are in the habit 3f filtering it through a canebottomed thair. Carpenters ought to be well skilled in the use of the sword, they practice fencing so much- PI I860. : I860. WRIGHT & TOANTHAM ABE now offering to Cash or prompt time dealers a Stock f Springand Summer LARGER Ifl AMOUNT,' ' ' EMBRACING AND GREATLY To Any Tliry liave BJcrrlcforc Ladies Dress Goods WE HAVE EVERYTHING . FROM THE CHEAPEST TO THE MOST ELEGANT 'EH0L0D1KD AiLL THE NOVELTIES OF THESE AS 0 N , " -.0. Lace Point, Talmas, Mantillas, &c. AND OTHER WRAPPINGS. AND TnilffETINGS In Great Variety,. Ilk!', Collars, Lace Sets, ic. Rffs.i!ft; mfc a n f f SvlSlW w Vtf Eml Wehave a very large and beautifulassot- mentor - . OF ALL COLORS, , ' V - - jCassimeres, Tweeds. 1 LINENS, MARSEILLES, fY-lSMS , CLOTHING. ETC: "ETC. Together with our usual 8ssortmectof BOOTS MD SHOES IN GOOD VARIETY. HARDWARE AKD CUTLERY, QUEENSWAIIEAXD GLASSWARE, FARMER'S GOODS OF ALL KINDS, To all of which the particular tttentior o PROMPT PAYING. J C A S II DEALERS IB INVITED. We bay Feathers, Good White and Striped Homespun, Wool and Linser. WRJGUTfc. TRANTHAM. AEril 12. 7 fht&&t$t0 1862. Cash System Adopted." - 'i ;" : . 'i (HAVE juet received a 1- NEW STUCK OF G00D3 ' nd am looking for - 1862. . 'consisting of Staple and Fancy Dry Twin ?-fire Hnndrc d Dollars Worth1 Ooods, , - f . v - :MblU3! jReady-made Glpjbing ler which I have seat mainover OKE THOUSMID HUES; I'or ttte Goods. . I have to phvcash 'or all, the gocd6 I buy. Ucuce I hall require . - ' , ior Jill the goods 'I. el I!. . My o j-ct is to kf u ud as GCODASTCCSOFiSCODSiiS: o d 1 )m P8OC0RE, rr.d in; order to keep up my ftock, 1 srn ft ret d to r quire t h t ' cau f-.r 11 lie gootls I tau sell. I have n: ljj'tetl this course in order to supply! my customers nl the public geuer ;diy ftithboch goods i8 they j III ALMOST COMPELLED TO K AVE. I Irust that none will offence to the course have ilopte;!,( for with out 'tli's I wouhl be comp iled to quit the lusiueSS. . I hope all those hoW favor me.with U.eir pa'.ron will come r.r. p red to pay the cash tor the fioo.1,. ....... , " T.C GOODKIUU. J.nlC, l8G2: , ' ; New Drug Store! I'E.C. A.DlEMEa. 8UOCE8SOBS TO -DIEMER .4 HAMPTON.. PATETTEVILLE, TENN. DEALERS 13' mm, mm, FRESH It GENUINE, .yAnfHSHES, Paints and Paint Brushes, nnr'i anb tfSnUet Slrfirlfs, WINDOW: GLASS, PUTTY, SPICES, ' Jtire dUIijfj?' &rw$ks, , for MEDICAL USES, ' F I a vb ri ng E x t ra e ls, Surgical and Dental Instrmneats SMOKING AND CHEWING Tobacco, : PAPEH, ENVELOPES, &C. ,1 ?D all other articles usually jCI. kept in a Drug Store. make our purchai" of reliaMi houses, on fair terms, and therc-js fere feel assured tuot we canl?fri pleaso all, both in quality and pnre - l'livsiuans' h-.iis an.i pre-ff " I -.v....; w w 1 ' f'-'Vi attention at all times. Orderrfig frrm the cour.try promptlv filled, ai d on an seAsoradlk tebms at any house in the State. All we k is a trial. Sej.t.2. - . DIEMER & MILES. N. B. We have' on hand a lot of School nnl iniscctllmicoiiH Cooks,' which we will sell extremely low. ' " D.fe M. Notice HAVING disced of my interest in the partnerships f Searcy &-MeKinney to Dr. R. T. SeaTcy, this is to notify all persons indebted to the enid firm that he. alone is authorized lo settle the .lmsTnoss thereof. : . May 13th, 1861 EASE McKINJfEY. A LLpersons indebted tfl the firm of Sear--ljL cv & McKinnev ste hereljv rotified that nnlesft thcirocourits ars rTosed, by note or cash, by tho 1st of July, they will find theiaroe in the handa of aa oiEcer, and that without favoror partialitT. . May 13. ROBT.T. SEARCY. - Brown Jeans and Llaeys. ; 4 I WILL give the highest price .for all the Brown Jeans and-White Linaev, that I can cet. . ' T. O. fiOOriTTlPTt Dec. 19th, 186L", . W . A.M ILK ifiillMiASIiLES X t N 'C llBtJ n G 4TV ' Will 7P&H!lE 1 i4."ftl,"ij ; i SUCCESSOR Tw II OCT & HILLS , I LYNCHBURG TENNESSEE UA S just feceivtdTi largfi.Stock of 'Spring and Sommcr Uats, .Baots, Shoo . ,nd Bonnets, Cutlery, QjQensw ate, Glassware, To bacco and Snuff. o - ..' , . ' ATiSO, Drugs, Lts,: Pateiit M iliriues Paints, Oils uJrD stuffy . Window GJhss, Putly rd1 Farcy tricks.. Iron. Se-I, Castings. nutl all xtbtr ar ticles usually kpt, by., dry 'good ouTch-infa, which, I. will sell , usual tinie. ; C!l und exunine fori your Ives. r,LlUU IIJLS. 1 liave jtM eeu to rf w unenns, whero I 'pirrchHed n lot of SUGAR imd MOLASSES.;tohfr w'nh u di!iiiu.l supply of DRY GOODS. HATS, SHOES, n.l DRUGS. Jannary 9, 1862:'. ' ! OARTY '&.:'YANT T"J AVE on band a gooJ tck. of all kiedi- XX of .. '. and ara prepared at a bort notice to nianu facture all kinds of . !; Yl AA I ATTl (lTTnT?(l i w mm i i ic. 1 no juvii miv. 9 from the coarsest article to the finest. Those who war.t ... GOOD 110 SOBmlTIM would An well to ca!l on them. Julv 25, 1861. . . . AMBROSIAL OIL CLARK, GREGORY & (0, SoleN Prbprif tors, c UR ES Headache. Earache. Toothdr-he, in three minutes; Itheam aism,- Coushsi, N'euralia, Colds, Erysipeals, Bronchitis. Dpeps;j. Colic, Cramps. I r.fliimed Eye, Chrwiic Soie Eyes, Sore Throat, Cuts. l'.rns, Bruises Sprairs, Chapped Hands, Piles. Hirers, Diar rhoea, Bunions, Corns, Frosted Feet, Dcafiiefs, Old Sorrs.Sore Breast, Siti Nipples, Scald Head, Ringworms, Tetter, Snake Bites, Spider Bites, Do Bites, ; Rat Bites. - The vhtU is 'hullevgfd for it equal for Scalds and Burns It cures Scratches on horses Sore Eves on horses, Sprains, Swinney, Poll Ejnl, Fistula saddle and harness Galix, fresh Wound t Swellings, and is the heat known remedy to apply to tender-footed horses from funder Itki npthe fuet and bathe wellalout tbn frcj: of the foot. Cures all cutaneous diseases on man or beast. - No medicine can cure in all cases; bet ,we ican show more real 'proof 6f th virtue ot Ambrosial Oil in its healing properties frcm responsible men, who are above being l otiht than can bo produced for any other medicine. ,e do not asserts curn(.r every atlady to which the human family are Knl ject, but what we proclaim we can substantiate by liv ing witnesses. ..The. Ambiohhi. Oil i s Na-ihville preparation, ai d sold throughout the Soutji and Southwest by all pood drug grists ami general dealers. The South nut be justly proud that Dr. Clark, a native Ten nsSbcean, after much labor and research, ha? produced a really worthy medicine, which U bound to drive out much. -of the worthiest imjirted tmsh with which the country io flooded. ' ' IMease call at our office, where we will take pleasure in showing letters and testimo nials too r.rmcrous to st forth in the form r.f an advertisement.'some of whiebwrnefrom Physicians in high standing, who ere m't it in their prat'tice, as they state, with mar velous effect, i " Wecha'lenge the world to produce a rem edy so i peedy and effectual iu its healing prop erties. tr Read the evidence of tie virtue of Clark & Fuller' Ambrosial Oil, evidence o authentic, and from persons wb"!e word and standing are iireproacbable.' .Read and be convinced. LARK, OREGORY V CO.. Sole TroprietorR. Nashville. Tenn. For bc by V: C. Demeb, Fayette ville. Nov. 15. I2ro '. : , .'" ' I m mm Yant & Ashby ; HAVE JUST RECEIVED A Fresh and :Supcrb Stock ;,of -. i come and see for your selves, one and all. ' Anrjl YANT & ASHBY. 'ftf.: C,y G V It K TT,'.' AND' General Commission MercLast, ; NO. 3 UNION STREET. - NE1T-OBLEAAS.. Dec. 26,1861 12aw ' ' ' ': T' PIIUFESSIONAL. Dr:n WlICkiYcUcy tJfASretaovedbisOfScfltotheSombi J. J. Side of the Fublic Square in the AIa !jjetrickbuilding opposite the Coart-Wfc House where he can le found both day tbd night, utlesi professionailT absest. - i- - fc. C. 'II5JJET PHIOSOI--:&:-NIMET, ATTUHHEYS AT LAW. r FA TETTEVlLtE. TEK '' " "1TILL atftnd to U tus!bej la xhk line! T of thtr profesiion. . 1. ."FayetteTilleAqgtst 2.7fief0. . t. FAYETTEVILLE.. OBSERVER 111: 1 1ltTav? ESYABLlSHRIEiSY. ! THE rSDERSIQXED, fBOrftltToB Ot THE - i FayellevilleObserver,! OFFICE, f at. thx Old tht isen aerccte-t, Mot Attentive, and Lostlut Ever bronsfht (9 this Town, v . a: KINDS OF a & w ratf-bs HUNTING, State! ri.LT., ISRK.F.V, RKD.OKANOK.AS'll AttOTHKRS; UOLI, COlTJfR, BltAS, AXl OTHi.ll K1SI , hanKTlls I !ever done, tirateful for the patronage her-Fnr.lfi- fn i!lT tnnllurf rPlnrr- received and desiring a cont.nusrc ,.P jLlirgrill IU lyt IlUlUfSI vLUlili,ltnemeWepromisto do alUn our powers STJOTI AS G0Of)S B I L1.S, SHOW do UOKSKandJACKdn PROGRAMMES. HEADINGS, POSTERS, etc. etc. TICKETS. M BALL TICKETS FUNERAL do CIRCULARS, CAKDS all kind ENVELOPES LABELS, etc. etc Of all kinds always on h iinl, or jrinted to or der, at short notice. N- D. ALLACh. W. O. KLr.TLllER... FLETCHER .v.... (Stfccew lo S toy iter & Fletcher,)) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Forfrardiag and Commission DEALERS IN ' TOBACCO AND CIGARS. AGRICULTURAL" TOOLS, &C. NEAR THE DEPOT, FAYETTEVJLLE, tenn. F TAVE in store a larje and w ell selec ted JLA tock of Groceries. Tobacco. Asriciiifu - rai Implemenb.,'Xaik Candies, Flour. Sosi..:' UOO'IS; WtUCD I KHf nu IO oj.rr fead. Pirooms, Wh Boardsi. Salt, Hard ware. ! AT I.OlTEU I'lllf ES T IN itcgar. C-dar re. Sea Grai. and Cotton ::oi.e, &c e. Sujnr. 7 to Uc perlh; Musses 40 to 4") per jrtl; ' Golden Syrup, 83-to 9Uc f er gal. fetcgall & Vaughn STILL r.ninne to rnrry on CARRIAGE M AKING at the name old stand. uml u ili continue to maimfarlnre Csrr iaex ar.d Bug gies Jl '.ho latest nd best bty !es. Ui'ng cone but the .. . . ' BEST MATERIAL, we hope i eire entire natisfartinti to all who mav favor ua'with a call. Heriaring' dona I nun tbort r.c tice, :( well teaanned We al.o have a lara jtf XV A GOIVT5M15EK, and baring secureil the services of a firstrate ! at the stand formerly known as f.d.b's Tan Wagon Maker, e are . i rej'artd lo do aL Yard, where houaekeejr or oll.cra with- kinds of IMON WORK with great punctnalitv. All orden promrtlr attended to.' All repairing doe wheadone'r 1 j 1 1 t- . . . loom and done when pronmed Feb.21n A. . Bryan, Adm'r, other-) , , " foraale Jrh.erhEncbar.an and others $ ofslaies ON motion of -complainant lr -bis counsel, and it appearing to the so'tiafac tion' of the ClerV that defendants Josepb Buchanan and his wife Cynthia and John Bry an, are non-residents- of !h State of Tennes seeIt is. therefore, ordered that publication oe made in the rATVTTEtirxB Oa-Kavta. a newspaper published in the town of Fayette rille L'ncoln Connty, Tecnesee, for font weeks in succession, commanding thefn the said Joseph Bnchai an and his wife CvDthii, and John Bryan to appeal at or before the Apr:l'term of the CouLty Court of Lincoln to., to be held at the Court-tlonse in th I" ttle town of rayetteville on' the first d iyiu April. 1 862, and plead. answer, orj uriuur w turn cuiiMimipurilS' Dill, niDtrwiae; 'for trial exparte as to them. f 'Witness, Daniel J. Vhittwton. Clerk of tnesame winoeuKen tor coniesseo. and set nr said Conrt. the first Monday in Febmarr. 162. . DANIEL J. WIIU'TINGTON. -j . Teb.I3tb,lS62. , ' Cerk. FOB THE SPRING AKD SUfr S3.- D.P.&J.CSHACRLEFORD f i 6v ArAiv:rr t theif .oil ittfii M lug and plcndil Btvck of ViXTAl 03) Good . . . . Compmicg all th new and latest stj lea of mm 0 lace ?onsy Shawls and Dctcr, - 9 - , .A. .icrrirfion jRcady Made Clothing ! BOOTS, SHOES..HATS, &C, . - PLiHTHTIQH G60BS CUTLERY TOBACCO, $'c, S'c, In fact w assure our old friend. rnstmeia th. trli Penerall v that onr tock in v-u t jof beantv, variety and extent ia the best tf ! have ever offered to the trade, bought at heal i quarters in tba '.with an eve to the hard time., sr.d can: confidently aaj to cash buyers that we will l. ' . i - II. .....At. than hX! tnem gooas ior smaurt y,tm - ' 1 n P A J.C.SIIACKLF.rOIiD. April 11. N. B. The usnal baiter taken in eictargo for goods at our lowest cash price. 3rarw goods For the Sprins ar.d Sumnicr TRADE OF TS61. t UIl sale in the roi m i-mny re .... copied by Messrs. W. & R.Teity -ion the N0BTH-EA8T COKSEW OF THF. tQTAtT . I would refpfClful) p1I ll rnltrir . .. .I-. t0 ,nv- 4 a v u t ai - - v M . nrynn-rfi ATTn CITIJI-rrT) STOCK OF GOODS jast ieceiTed,cOB)prisirg a beautiful lliueof Ladies' Dress Goods GENTLEMEN'S WEAR of every description, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS; . In f i ct I Itnvn n )nt ili in Stoi k I - T ,-. ,' . . . . COOD WIIKE EV JU: ! aOVl.T.- AT IX THIS Pl?ase don 1 11111 to rrrll pi if . r .n- before mnkinp; your purvh;.V' p. I 'cart and teill make it to yo'tr ivfrrrtt to do so. W. U. MORGAN. Neir, Elegant, aai Fa."hjoaabi' ;rilHhaubscnberaTerectriiIlT invite A the attention of thepntnictotheu ? CADIMET WARE ROOM . ing to get any description of furniture, are requested to faortbem with a call. Their work, io point of style, durability ai d fnu-h shall n jt be surpasfed by any estaMiblmei.1 in the country. . They.have now on hand or will furnish to order at short notice ' ' Fine Wardrobes. Sofas. Chairs. Hat Tacks, Dressing Bureaus, Bedsteads of every kind. imon do. Cnba and Cradles. Divans & Ottomans Tables, all kinds, &c, Ac. WoodCoflfins promptly made and deliv ered, free of extra charge, in any part of the county. "' P. W.-MOYERf. ' FayetteTilla, Jan 23. JAS. WILSON. Insohfnt Notice. PURSUANT to an order cf the Cl. rk o the County Conrt of Lincoln cenntjf Tenn npon the -suggestion of the admit i trator of the estate of Joln 21. J!exfjrt Jc of the insolvency of said decedent's estate," notice is herebr eiren to all Persons hivirjf claims aeaiist said etate to presei t thtm to the Clerk of said Conrt, anthentimted, i.u tr raU di-tiibntiot,. or they will le u ir narrea. s Feb. 6 - W. M. ALEXANDER. A.lmr.- rvrs T 4- OH sale at this OflS. e. . Tenust Cass prim tat rtjes;