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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 February 1856

snnFnvJgwa3PJwawnMwwwsai i 1 1 ' Fayettevilie Observer I , aanjaan it -1 r " - '-"i"rT 1 -Jg -Jt" Free of Postage in Lincoln Connty! Hattlj xBlfctioii 1636. , BHEBir- LISCOLS COCSTf. ft$l"We we authorized to announce Mr. 3otm T. JXotlow, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln. County, at the next March Elec tion. ;,'"': ' '' ' ,r are . atithmstei to announce Mr. Wiley W. Alexander, candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Eljction. , " r (KrWe are authorized to announce Mr. 1I se Crnae, a candidate for Sheriff of li ncola County, at the next March Election. CIRCUT COURT CLERK LISCOL5 WCm.. (We are authorized to announce Mr. R S. Woodard, a candidate for Circuit Court C'.erk of Lincoln County, at the nest March Eloction. yr 5C3"We are authorized to announce Mr. Jamct RV Cliilcoat, a candidate for Circuit C jurt Clerk of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. . . COTf COURT CLERK LISCOLS COCSTT. rrr- We are authorized to announce Mr. Paul Ingle a candidate for Count...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 February 1856

.1 v. V,: Shoein Horses llal Overreach. KirroB? of tiie Observed: I was .,. .bred from iny youth a blacksmith and a fmn r, and whether a" natural me chanic or not, I )ras always anxious to know -thy whys and wherefores of things, or more properly speaking,! the caasalitiis and . preventives. I! w.f3n!io fluid of. trying experiments upon such thitigss as seemed favorable of jmprovements. I was generally in the shop with my Cither evenings, riinv ,davg. and such' other dnvs as I u- i c. r j'said the Judce ... i , I Ecnooi. liyDeinginineBnopsomueu, doea nQt bol(J much more than a I obtained the views of tho firmcrs 6poonfu i am sure if you empty a generally, and by this was enabled to bucket of water into it, it would over make - many - improvements on the flow. -You - don't call that .a fine turn. ' I learned, also, .. that many strenm; do youV r "r'1'"' :" ' ftrmcrs entertain very erroneous views 'Why, ir it ?.mX ,boutUacksmithingandImightaddsee lt aU,I -' the Judge, blacksmiths too:...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 February 1856

i ' - J ' r -T r a--- fa ri r r t i iv3' ftp 5v ill I 1 - 9 9 1 I. If. O. WALLACE, "Let all (he endl thou alm'tl at be thy Country's, thy .God's, and Truth's." PUBLISHES PROPIllETpn r NO. 44.-Y0L 5. PAYBTTBV1LLE- lENN;: CRSDAY,; FEBRUARY 2h 1855. WHOLE NO. 252. 1 yyjj fc!i Ei Eyj. C3Tvo Dollars for one year if paid at - the time of subscription: Two Dollars nud Fifty Cents, without devlitios after the eimration of three months, C7AH Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contrasted, except azainst those wita wnom we have running accounts. ' (ttfSabscribersfailinglo order discontinuance of the Daoer. at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con- . . aidarai as wisamz to renew; ana it will be continued to them accordingly. , c3JVo Paper will be sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. Jrrp Advertisements inserted at One Dol Jar per Square of Twelve Lines or. Less, for the first insertion; Fifty rnt for each cont...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 February 1856

4 J t .J- EAYETTEVILLE- obssrveri Frc; 4f Postage in Liacoln County N. 0. WALLACE, EJilor. . Office--At the same Old Stand: Sipi f the " Obxrrcr Printing Ofice." F A Y K T T E H L L , .". T E X X: Mr. Bscbasan and the Presideucj. ; The Philadelphia' Pewisylvauim publishes the following exfract of a private letter lately received !by'n gentleman in Pennsylvania, from Hon. James Buchanau: ; V ; v' You refer to the connection of my nnmft Willi I a troctljpntr ! 3fr V This ! neither dt;sani nor fixnc.ct. Thursday MoralDFchrriary 21t 1855 1 The movement in my favor has, there - - r j - j f0re, originated without my previous TO. AD!MTiEPiS i iMpy i nTV ,K.;. ,u. bo quilesatisfiod should another be selected. The next will be the most impor- y Tlx POST-OFFICE LErWQSu published in the TAYETfEVILLE OBSERVER, V nt n Art nt Congress, which .. " ' - O- . . ,. - . ..IT, 1 , oviJei that it shall appear m the Newspaper . term SinCO ti'.O last War With ftllglana, ving th , Jor. nerh.ms. since the or...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 February 1856

.f.---i' ;" ..., r: t I. Fayelterille Observer Free of Postage la Lincoln County! Thursday, febuuary 21. 1 836 ' . i 8HEBIFF LDTCOLN COC5TT. ftJr'We are authorized to announce Mr. John T. Itlollow, a candidate for Sheriff ...... of Lincoln County, at. the next. March.. Elec tion. .. . ' " are authorized; to announce Mr. ' Wiley ITI. Alexander, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. J- "----' " " OCTVTe are authorized to announce Mr. jVlsse Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. CTftCtJIT COCKT CT.ERELIXCOLX COVSTX. '- (ttr We are authorised to announce Mr.. IS. S. Wooitard, a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Liocolu County, at the' next March Election. - . v. .. 1 icyAYa are authorized to announce Mr. Jame It. ChiIco.it, a candidate . for Circuit Court Clork of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. totryTY COCHT clerk LINCOI-S COCN'TT. 07" We are authorized to announce Mr. "Paul I nyle, a candidate for ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 February 1856

t aniur. FEED FOR HORSES. When horses aw turned out to grass ia the spring of tho year, tho ancculent nature of tho food causes then to purg?, often to a groat extent; this is considered by enny persons a most desiwblo event a great mis conception. The herbage is.over- rhrrrftd with a s.id and moisture, of 9 . 7 ' a crude, acrimonious nature, to such an extent that all cannot bo taken up by tho organ designed for the secre tion of urine, or by the - absorbent vessels of the body; the superfluous fluid therefore passes ofF through the intestines with the indigestible particles of food, and thus the watery ftces are thrown off. Flatulent colic or. gripes -is: a"' frequent attendant. The svstem is deranged; but the mis- 'Mof rlnfts not terminate. here. If V iMV ww 1 ilift nnrfrin? continues, a constitu tional relaxation of the bowels is es tablished, very debilitating to the animal; and often difficult to control I am so decidely opposed to an unre stricted allowance of luxuriant grass...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 February 1856

i J i - - r i . ; i si !f. O. WALLACE, Let all llic . cad ' thou aim's t at be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's. rUBLISIICB 4c mOFXllETOit ..!,..-,..,.- .j. - J!e.. - . .... . . ... . "''"'';. V. 4i . lil ' i i! ; 1 1 .Js;l' : AJ iii i 1 E , ! NO, 45 VOL. 5.: FATETTEVILLE, TENN:i THURSDAY, EEBRU1RF W'mi : 1 WHOLE NO. 255, tCJTvo Dollars for one year If paid at the time of subscription; Two Dollars ' and Fifty Cents, without deviation after the expiration of three months. (cAIl Bills for Advertisements, Job- Work, or Subscription, considered due, when : contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. Subscribers failing! 0 orders discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con- iaerea as waning 10 renew; aaa it wm De - continued to them accordingly. - C7jVo Paper will be sent outof the county it ess paid for in advance. EC Advertisements inserted at One Dol 1 larper Square of Twelve Lines kVr Less, for t...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 February 1856

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln Connly N. 0. WALLKE; Editor. Office .4 Ote tame Old Stand: Observer Printing OJke." Emigrant Aid Societies, formed in the j Civil War Anticipated, in Kansas. abolition strongholds ia'the East, by which means hundreds if not ;. thou sands of. abolitionists .have been B$nt to Kansas for the purpose of cohtrol- SignoJ iu icg it, politically. ; whether tnat, : ! I even, will ? riiuRfi tho abolitionists to FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: ! succeeds very doubtful.! Still the , 7. .""i". ao 'contest is I v?ry. -unequal one, with Thsrsdiy Morning ebruary2S, 1356', , , , ' : e , . , . J 21 J the wholo horde of . abolitionists m 13 - ' ADVERTISERS ! i,hv "skrn. st1 " r th: 0,w E LETTERS' published in the 'WOMEN'S RIG UTS! New York, Feb. The Wash ington correspondent of the Journal of Commerce telegraphs that. Gen. Onitmnn ih i RawlJ drtfllarfiS he Will never report a bill to Bend troops to territories in organizing a State gw Kansas to butcher Ainericao c...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 February 1856

FayeitfeVille Observer Free of Postage la Lincoln Coaaij! VII UKDA V, FEBKUAUY 2S. i3C JHarrlrviBIfrlion 18: EUERirF LINCOLN COCSTT. " ; 4 (TWe are authorized to - announce Mr. John T. JTIotlow, a candidate far Sheriff of LiDcola Countj.&tthe text March Kiec - OCT We are authorized to announce "Mr. wltue ' a rUvl Sander that OUjntH the 7ynf J1; Alexander, a-candidate forfoftic.al courtesies of established lection"' LlacoluunyathnexMarc!courts; and Mr, Pierce betrays a rep- . urve are antaonzei to annbnnce Mr.ronensiiio.iamuiaruy iu ieiimr jjoru itt a- - ., - . . , M.seticme a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. CCrWe are authorized to announce Mr. II. h! i "i ' nJulate fr Crouit Court erstou scat ships to Bermuda, tac Clerk of Liacola County, at the next March1.,, . , T u ..at- j i . Klection. ....... ,. jitly saying (oJonatnao "iMina what ?cjw are autharized to announce Mr. 'you are about, here we. are., Jona- Jmil84 It. Chileo-lt. a candidate f...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 February 1856

if Sliecp Raising in Spain. v " JSfjJc of Givjng Sdt to the Sheep The first thing" the shepherd does; when his flock returns from the South to th-ir Sjmra?r .dovrnsor. pastures, 'la to give th m as much salt as they Will eut Every owner allows to each tribe of one' thousand sheep twenty- live quintals of salt, (2,o00. pounds,) which thy consume ia about five months. They eat ..cone in their .journeys, noru are they allowed any i: winter, for it is a prevailing opinion v - . tint it produces abortion when given to ewes forward with young. This has ever been tha custom, and is thought to.be the true reason vhy the Jungs of Sj'ain could never raise jh-3 I rice of -Fait to the height it his main tuned in . most parts of Ranee; for it f. would-"tmpt., th " shepherd to stint the sheep, which, it is believed, would .weaken their constitutions and dete riorate their wool. The shepherd pla ces fifty or sixty fl it stones at the dihtance of about five paces apart, fclrews salt upon each, lead...

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 March 1856

. - f .' - t ' - . -' f - ' ,k . ..V. . . . '; ,.; - - - . . . 1 , . in i I 111 a ... ., O. TV ALLACE, " ; ;;" J;,';' ' f-'V- -.'., .4;.. ..r .v'v '- i,.:,-. - - v. i. ,v . . .. , , .. gaaa , ivrii(iiK7-i v ''.-- - ' "".H-i 1 .7"--M-,.il' .- J -'-r Y ; ? "i i ! r7 'if v- . r.Sji -Y.-Y: .V--... ' ' imimi hum mi I IB I 1 aMMMWgJ Y Y t 1 'V A " - r ra wan BT ctJTvo Dollars for one year if paid at th tinn of iubscription; Two Dollars and Fifty CCHtS WITHOUT; DEVIATION aftertheoxpirationof tliree months. " . tC7All Bill Tor 'Advertisements, Job- Work, or Subscrintiou.conJerod due, when I rinlrf .1 Tr.nnt against those witk whom , , - -r o ' cSbSrXoX.discontbnance of the nancr. at the expiration of the time) for which they may have sabscribed are oon- siderel as vrahing to renews and it will bo . continaed to them accordingly. if33f Paper will "be sent outof the county ' -vnriesspiiidfor in advance. ' ' -tc3"AdTertis9mcnts inserted' at One Dol lar per Saaarcof Tivclve Lines or Lcs, for th...

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 March 1856

FAIBTiE?iLLS 0S ; Fnc it Pjstae lu' Lincoln Count? N. 0. WALLA CG, Editor. Orncs J: tht tame Oil $lnnd: S'gn J FA VST Tfi'i'lLLE, TENN: ' l i mm i ; ..' Tbnruay Jbrnin;, Karcfc 6, 1S56, FAYETIEVILLE OBSERVER, bv authority of an Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the N'ew?pnpcr . having the Largest. Circ illation! - THE SPEAKERSHIP. ' The New York . Herald, in com-1 menting upon the election of Speaker, concludes with the following remarks. .It sm3 that, while eighteen North ern Democrats voted for Mr. Aiken, not a single Northern know nothing recorded his vote for this gentleman. From this fact the Herald verey just ly remarks, that so far from being a national ; party the know .nothings constitute a mere sectional fraction. The Herald further deduces from this result, that the only party having a National phase at all, is the Demo cratic party. Thesa truths are so ob vious that they must strike' every mind. They have doubtloss had their influence upon the know-...

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 March 1856

; t I !". r. I n f r I f . f -. i f ; t t' 'A 's 4- - - -1 ,., ; '. r etieVille Observer tree of-Postage tn Lincoln Coantj! mL US DAT. KT4RCIT . $.' SO" A Request Easily Granted. . QirYertota itrchiwin j article adrerti.ed in oar columns, wiUcbofer favor bj luc-ti&ning that they : taw, the , -dTertieement !a ttt ; , - . 0O"Adrertisemeutf are inserted in the or er ia which they art handed n ."'.".' Advertisement must be handed into the 0ic by TmtiUy Morning, to iiuore au arpear nce in tha following Paper. ; Neatly Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed tod for sale at oar desk-cAtfap. Constables Tht" folio win is a cortect list the Constables of Lincoln Conner elected last Monday: ; ; - . - . 1st district Silvertooth. 2d Spencer. - - . 3d--Eii Tripp. . ; , 4t3r Rorax. . ' 5tb4Reece. ; 'Ct)?nU. 7th Boaz. :8th Alford and .Blair.. ' . 9th Thomas.-v; " ; , ' ' . ; .' '10th Foster. 11th Edmonson. . " - " 12th Boyd. ' , V 13th DouthittV ? ' - 14th Mifliken. - . 1...

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 March 1856

' - .: Prarerbs for Planters. '.' - , " Farmers ami others will teed .the flowing, whatever they may'-think f booTc or fancy firming-; generally VW. will 'direct ' tha attention of "lieir sons' to these Universal Rules, nd commend ever v ' one to follow . ....... . V," ihcm.'r . J .Never keep animus on a ehbit " fc'Jow:mce if yoc tarve them they pv.ill starve you.., ; , x . . 4 Although ia -draiuimr : votir l3ud lhorougUy,youT parse may be drained, yet' the full 'crops will fill it again .v.: v ' 'Trvirig' to farm without capital is v-i . w i i ' .:u. iut "-fuel.;: Money and wood must Loth; be consumed' if ' they, are to move the machine-of the. firm or ot ' ther .jr-' Always give the soil tha first" meal. If 'this is well fed with "manure it vill feed all else plants, animals and nan. . ; : - '. .. , ' -:- -";; m r If you wish to give Yd. energetic lovcmentto aU -our farin machinenT, nd keep its hundred wheels in rota - ion hi sure not to be without a good obtion of crops. ' , If y...

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 March 1856

jr 1 -Q?::::;-? .....ir-'J; V' pi 1 m. , '! : 1 U . ; ;: rn: Elm -. : HI lilt jfc ; 1 W- fl fe-: SS MS m ! - : I 1! 11 ill! jl'P. : iil LW iWOi I IMWI -;vil vi, Ep ; fclJ .'faa fas 3 f ylJ . -fc3 fcJH r i ,rTTM-irifr.;"-'!' f:v :arj:": v - f;-. :.v:- . ''.- ;.' ' !-'.,' -'-' -'''.S'V.v.- r ' (:-:r;V- j----. 5 &'. -s? -rDu-' .;?5,t Mi';, ::-l:5v.r. J-.f f, . .-;rf;t c. . . -'-t i!' " r-' - . - L:t.r' Tf '""'' ' ' W. WALLACE, !;,'.;. i.; tj:: ; ;v?cr- -i. f . ,-, y;-i t.i'j:t . ,i -;"-v -" - - , ... . - - . - ; rr. v -. f NO, '"ac,jaasa'WjwKssi,. CJTVO Dollars, for one year if paid at .1 - " . 1 1 M W Hn. iue lima ot suoscripiiou; inu vuimis van! Fifty. Cents without detiatioh Auertaeexpirationof three months.. , C3A1I. Bills : for Advertisements, Job IVork, or Suh3cription considered due, when contrasted, except agajnst those with whom we have running accounts. ,,. , ' .' . DCrSubscribers f ailingt o order a discontimianco of the paper, at the expiration of the timo for which the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 March 1856

f V J 1 I i f t i . i: v f ; TOEriEELE OBSERVER.-: Free of Postage in UqcoIii County .. N. 0. WALLACE. Editor. -m OfTlcnjAt the tame Old Stand: "Obierver Printing OJke.M S'ynf iJ ': FAYEfTEnLLE, TENN: Thursday Morning, March 13, 1856 injs tgr-1 TiTfrBrTTiorn'oliea a!l the vials of know nothing TO AOuEfllfSLiid iUmth and billings-gate Blang were bo rtr Th post-office LIST OF reinursdessly poured." ' letters upubiibiied in the 8 chairman of the committee on . FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER, resolutions in the last Baltimore Con br authority of an Act of Congress, which veation he drafted and reported the ro-aviJes that it shall appear in the Kew-paper admirable Platform upon fffcich the Wing the - . i - i party went into power by an. unpre- IjargCSl iyirCUlUllUIll THE VICE PRESIDENCY. ' Maay democratic papers .are dis easing the qualifications of promi nent m?n in our ranks, in connection with the Vice Presidency. " The opin ion" seems to prevail throughout the South, after a general interchan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 March 1856

Fay Free of Postage in Mucoid Cotfntj! THURSDAY. MAUCII 1.. i9S4i ?A BitssiNa To Mothers." If rtovp OWrrAf DISTRICT. CONVENTION.,' We believe, tWftie District Convemm ? ertain tioaof ' l; - this paragraph -pwA crying babyt may, tioH Bhall be h?ld ia Shelbyyille, ou be stilled ia one. minute by pressing A Revest Easily Granted; j&t GCTPersons purchasing articles advertised in oar column, -will confer a favor by mentioning that they saw the advertisement in the d?ATETTBvTtts ObserverJ , . 'ttr.VdrertrsemenU are inserted in the or tier in which they are handed !ri. 0 Advertisements must be handed into the Office by Tatlay Morning, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. -' ' Neatly Printed Blanks. T - Constables' and Justices blanks just printed ad for sale at our dek-c&T. . Slarioj for Moasy - We pity the mm who 'wears out bis teuerzies in the accumulation of riclns, whichwhen amassed, lie will have lo3t the capacity to enjoy." He find himself atths end of his labors,...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 March 1856

EPIDEMIC AMONG HORSES. In tho New England States, and trirmifrriniir. lhn Wpi?t' nn rrllmif ! . in nr..vdiont o,,,- , Wnrciiour anecdotes of the es. " The :seas3 is dtEcribcd as com mencing without any other : warning than a little weakness anil loss of,ar yeutt, uua lu " flcrnthVstnblcC-L Mr-hlm ium - andif hunvd, or - handled! Michigan-State Senator, whon'-'hia raughly he' is liable to , fall. Thelday, was the unfailiDg"BOurce"of half ryes and eye lids have a languid ap pear.uice, resembliDg those of a horse laboring ujider influenza. ; The mem branes of th'i' mouth , aro also red dened, yet have a more marked tinge of yellow than those of the eye. The tongue is generally coated with a white or brown fury and the breath is foetid. The yellow tinga ol the sur faci -iss indicative of functional de- rtng-'mtft the-lircrnTKP mem branes of .the nasal assae are con gested, and 6Qirietimes tlierulU a slight discharg-i of visceus m.ttter from- the nostrils. The respirations are more or le...

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 March 1856

ST. O. WALLACE, "Let all the ends ' thou aim'st ' at be (hf Country's, jhy God's, and Truth's.' PCBLiSHEU 4c PBOriHEXOB t, it . NO, IBM,, FA YETTE VI L LB, TMI: THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 'Ul . 1 - WHOLE i0. 2ol tC7Tw Dollars for one rear if pay! at t tha time of aubacnption; Tro Dollars nttt fifty Ccif t,- without ueviitiox aftertheerpiration of three months. 1CJA1I Bills' for 'Advertisement, Job Work, or S absorption, considered due, when contraiteJj except againut those with whom we hive rtitmins account, t73 ilw5rrbersfiiingfo order a discontinuance of the paper," at the expiration of the time for which ther may hare subscribed, are con- 8idcr?l as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. lC7Xo Taper will be sent outof the county unless paid for in advance. SCJ Advertisements Inserted at One Dol lar per annreor:Tvelve Lines or Itvii, lot the first insertion; Fifty ' Cents for each continuance. 3?C7 Persons advertising by the year, will be chwjJ Thirty Dollars ior...

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 March 1856

FAYETTETILLB OBSERVER.' Prse of ?jtago ia Lincoln County N. 0. WALLACE, Editor.- OfftCa il tTi tame 0'' S'and: Sign of 7je 44 Obterver Printing OJice." FAVCrrEVlLLE, TENXt Tharsd.ty Harainj, March 20, 1350 TO A'MilTISERS! fO- TU POST-OFFICE LIST OF, LETTERS is published in the , - ; FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority cf an Act of Congress, which provides tht it shall appear In tho Newspaper Raving tbe . r , " Largest Circulation! . v The Criminal Laws cf Tennessee. Several laws were passed by the last Legislature , amendatory , of the Criminal Laws, among which are the the following provisions: - Indictments! Hereafter wkenibver any person shill be indicted for mal icious shooting, and the jury shall be of tha opinion that the defendant ij Tinf miilfv nfmilifla. fhfv Brill 1 fifivft ' po var to find him guilty of an assault or assault and batteTy, and rend er judgment accordingly. Deadly Weapons. Ilereafter it is unlawful for any person to selLJ loan or give to any minor a pistol, ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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