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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 March 1856

mill i nmr'miiM hi m ii'iiiii'l fayetteriile Obserrer 1 1 1 J- - i r . Free of Postage ia Llacola Coaatj! TUUSJDlt TiLRCII . 1333. 83 A Request Eisilj Craatei. '(PerjonspircaMitt articles aireTtisel in our commas, will confer a favor by mmtioninij Unusual Attractions- l . 1 ' If, you would seejbeaaty and style, if yo'j would soc gfacG and elegance combined, only drop into Russell $ Vance's, and feast your eyes upon the brilliant picture to your heart's con tent Thay have just opened their Prediction of Emperor Nicholas in The Indiauapblia Journal gives the following f extract . "from a lecture given by IIon.fH AV ; pswotthjr 'late Minister to Sweden, ,being the lan- Fbofessob WeWa Mxdicike Dkfot. The attention of our readers is requested to the advertisement of Prof,- VfoVd, in this -jiajwr. For Sale! H nneed in his nresent business .we be- .""J ""W kWlfriTA lieve, not more than a year since, where ho er tw is" On established a depot for the sale of medicine at J ing and pot bourns,...

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 March 1856

t - x farmer. J VliO Prtcttiin ftf l?if 17a rm Pre Tho crcatol'ject of lifo is. to be happy, w ) know ' of nj position ;or situation ia life which - affords so favorable an opportu nity of sr cu ring this obict'. ' as -that of the firmer. Thi fore-handed farmer has all that ha need desire in life; there U no man so free from annoyances and temptations of all kinds, and "consequently no one so well cirenm tauced to be useful to others, to advise '."others, to mako intellectual and sociil improvements, as he. The regular chants of the seasons, the and the o a ever returning, spring, summer, autumn; the bursting into life, growth and gradual decay .cannot but lead his obscmng mind through mo&t inlprpsfcinor' and .ennobling fields of n - innuirv research, opto the Great An thor ot ail created tmngs. - The bTood field, the fresh, untain ted air, the blossoming orchards and fragrant m?adows; the splendors of the morning, the softness of the evening sky; th? bloom, the beauty, the ver ...

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 March 1856

---..-- ' I '. - l ---- 1 . i i . - " " ' . . N. O. WALLACE, J:tJTw Dallars for one year if paid, at the tima of subscription; Two Wollur. acl Fifty tient. wxraovT detixtios artertheexpirationof three months. jCJH fof Advertisements, Job- Work, or 3 inscription, considered due, when ontra:ted, except against those with whom fcV-3'.ibscribcrsf ailingl o order a discontinuance r ii . tii ATtiiration of tho time for which thav may have subscribed, are con- sidered as visaing rcuc" 4 "v continued to them accordingly. jQ,fcap-r will besontoutof the county unlewpiidfor in advance. : jcyAirartwemTOtt. mrted at One Dol lar per Square of TwclVe es or Loss-, for the first insertion; Fitly Cent for each continuance. - . icy Person, adverting by ttoyew" TC-iT'iirtf DHar for a whole col- invent Collars for nne-half, iSi tof one-quarter. 2ft Jerf- 4ta ft fl torn. nJ lO-TUe privilege of yearly adie.tuers is rW. lL-lel to fieir own I r h. ,;B,i,. and the business 01 a an Sconsiderel as including 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. — 27 March 1856

'i I r . r - I' I i FAYETTEViLLS. OBSERVER. Fras 3f Postage in Lincoln County fA N. 0. WALLACE, Edifor. Orncn At the mt Oil Stand: Signof the "Obsrver Printing OJlce." FAYETfEVILLE, TENN: Tharahy Shrnln;, March 27, 185G ! 'j I'J AMt&ii Tho POST-OFFICE LETTERS i published in tha ITO! -.- KJ -4- S V y ore m rt FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of Congress, which piHu it .hail appear in the Ve,Wr having, tha laving ,'th Largest CirculationH Views ef aa Old Line Whig.'' The Editor of the Memphis Bui letin, whose sympathies are with nei ther of the existing parties, and who glories in the title of an "Old line Whig,'' does not think much of the late hybrid nomination at Philadel phia, by the know nothing Conven tion. His admiration for Mr, Fill more is well known, yet tho very friendship and esteem which he cher ishes for that gentleman renders this movement a matter of vexation to him, regarding his nomination by a dissolving and sinking party as a de cided weakening of ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 March 1856

Faycttcville Observer Ff.13.of Poihe ia Lincoln County! CST A Rost Easily Granted, 05"?3rj-as pircawinj articles advertise I in our columns, will confer a fivor by mentioning that they aw tn3 alvertisoraant in the OAirtisjirunti aro inwtel in tha oiv der in whlsa they ara handed ;n. (ttT A tvfxtisomentsmustbshandedintothe Dfloe by Tut lay Morninj, to insure an appear ance in the following Taper.' . Neatly Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' IrlanKj jast prints! am lor tale at ourdwsx Juap. Doaatiaa Sapper The lalios of ths Cumberlaa-l Pr?s by tenia Church ia this place, have determined, as rniy ba soea on rear ing to their card ia this column, to giv3 a Contribution Supp?r, 0:1 Tae3 day, April 7th tho procaeds to bo applied to completing their houso of worship. In a eiu. so comniendable, nothing need b? said byU3, an sure, to induce a largo attend inca. This community luvs always rospond cd liberally to such a call, and th?y vnre not disposed now to lose the ch.ir 'act?r so ho...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 March 1856

iicrs Sm'forn CuUioa'or.l .fuliathi Ciltivator siveril comma uijitions 01 plo tlii';. As vrs are all soaker r Unaw.eJf, vou wul answer ou or two questions p2rtain-! ia to tub sum'?. It li s bjca tlia diatom f r a long tisna jvith ttiri . pncticil farmers cf this St it-?, (a ad I s je ths stme is the CiSiia Georgia) to plow every other rr w, ia dry seasons. . Is th m any practical uiiiihy i;i this plan of cul ture, or is it doa3 fr the sime reason tint ihi biy pit both jjgs in on) en l of his ba' and a rock in the Iv3r, viz: so? UJJ.A'iJ 1 1 111 IV "U Jil Th j latter s iem? m rj phusibb to man ot tueory. . No, sirs, il is urged by th3 advo cates cf this sy.st m that plowing corn oa both sid.;s br.ats the roots so much that the com is too suddenly checked, and hnco it shouM be plowed on one eide and then gland several d.13-3 to re cover from the injury, sustained, arid then it should be plowed on the other sid'.1: of courso the damn e tiono the corn is the 6;. me as on the firot plowi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 April 1856

rsi rmi ffni ;Ti?sp -rmi n? PI ml r fl F Hi 5 : j Bh j s . !:! lei Sj i c l . , . .. i ' - ' 1 ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' 1 " " '-. ' "' 'X WALLACE, " ' ' ; ' C PIJBLISIIEK & FI10ril3Xi:. NO, 59. VOL. 5. I . . FAYETTE Fill LB, TEiYN: THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1850 - ": " ! v"?.iirn0mjia.; C3rv D3llar for one year if paid at ia tims .if u')33ription; 1 wo Dollars mil Fifty Ce nl , without dbvutioh after the expiration of three month. 'IC7lll Bill for Advertisements, Job- Wrk, or Sibscription, considered da a, when cvitrjntol, eccept against thosa with whom wshava runainx accounts OCT" Jalmribarstailingto order discontinuance ot th ptp3r,Tit ths cxprr&tion ot tuetime for which thsy m ay have itiMiribs Are con- fl Literal as wishing to xeoew; and it will be eontinaed to them accordingly. lC3.V l'ascr will bsieatoutof the county unless paidfor in advance r3llvrtuamnts 'insarted at One Dol lar per S(iuireef Tvclvc L.inc or. XS99. for the first insertion; Fifty Cciti'for eaci continnance.- ."iCp Pe...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 April 1856

I 1 1 J : j ; t FAYBTMILLE OBSERVER. Ym af.Postije in Lincoln County N. 0.-;W.lLLUE, Elitor. Oi'ficE At fie vr.ne O'.t Stand: Sign of the ""Observer Prin'ing OJi-eJ" FAYGfTEVILLE,. TENN: Tlinrfciij fuordn?, April 3, 1S53 to. .A9.ert.s31s! (ty Th3 POST-OFFrOE LIST OF LETTERS' published in the FAYECrEHLLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act ef Congress, which provides tli at it shall appear ia the Newspaper having the Largest Circulation! THE WAR PROSPECT. It is remarked tint since the war with the United State3 has broken oat in the English press our own pipers have not had a single battle in Kansas, though every day before that the most alarming accounts of engagements were reported. 'As the Philadelphia Ledger observes, there never was an instance in which a foreign war so completely swallow ed op domestic insurrection. If the foreign war should cease ns suddenly ns it has 'broken out, ws shall proba bly Eave some more bloody opera tions on paper in the excitement journals. -1 Many of...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 April 1856

r - Bar? Fayctterillc Observer .CI CO VI A V3felG ill. AJlaaVtlU VWUUi; BTWAA A. IVAPfAMA H A I 7 I ATI n W 1 THURSDAY, APKIX 3, 1859. ET A Request Easllj Granted. OPersons purchasing articles advertised in our columns, will confer a favor by mentioning tnat they saw the advertisement Fatettb vxixb ObservkrC fcrA I?art's3rantj are inserte linthe or Jtr in which they are handed n. (ttr Aivcrtisementsmust be handed into the Uifioe by TiMilaij Monunj, to insure an appear anee ia the following Paper. ,. Neatly Printed Blanks. . Cjntablei and Jiutices blanks just printed aal for saIs at our desk chiap. The Sapper KocoUecttaat tli3 &jpp?r comes oIT nsxt Td33day night, at ths Cam-. bcrland Church ia this phca. . We look for a large crowd oa the occasion. Tickets may ba had oa applying at T. C. Goodrich's, Neil, Moores & Wright's, and the Drug Scows. . sin The ladles of Favetteville have determined to give a Contribtin Supper, in the Cumberland Presbyterian r-l u TTTTCn t V .k. Sih'...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 April 1856

T V -REARING STOCK. This U'fi sulnVcl upjn which our Tenuese frrnvrs ar; peculiarly inter cit;vl, and .my we I nrl aiib ';dua. ': ? A 'Siraiirrcackr. Ilia nnmo was . Slrahgo. Many will think his conduct was also. . IIo was a zealous preacher and a sweet finger.." Nothing gave him so much pleasure ns to go strnnge about tho -I ! .: 1 ? . A i country prcacauic nnu einiruii:. a lu-utu i't"ruonevo;oni i!'MUiem:;a. won oil in. tlu rortnnvX Ol nil spoors ofi orl,llv Cfvir. desiring tn mnko him tlock. , ' nn.1 his IVrnily comfortable ia. tlioir 1. Iw-1 fwm th-: W.4 tck you declining yours cenorously present- cm rroeer.. IhiTe s hUIo or no.,,.1 .:tu. j.v.i rr ihruo bund. rod id the oxino oi rasing un.i twonv ncresf: LuinV Strancre li'-h-iKooaoa uoies, worm mmi nCocptl.the donation with thankful nuke Mjvn tho invtrr we ar confid int. will be kindly iw ived by Urm. anil th-'ir rnTvuttrce b da'v co:vU rod. Tho b! J. W. Wallace & Co. WHOLESALE G IlOCEIt roducc, Forwarding and Commission WM ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 April 1856

rpl ' ttv rrm iia ran Jra TTTll Ci?W wn rmi rfir rPTO E3 ra 4 EJ a w "Let all th e4s thou aim's t at be thr Country's, thjr God's, and Truth's. PUBLISHER A PBOriUETOtt, IV. O. WALLACE, j W P Uil a i l! m mi. : id- : l NO. 51 --VOL. 5. C7Tur Dollars for one year if paid at the time of subscription? Xivo Dollars and Fifty Cents, without deviation aftertheexpiraticnoi three months. StnAll tlllls for Advertisements, Job Work, or SnbseriTrtion. considered 'due, when contrasted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. (SiibsoribersfaUingto order discontinuance " of the papcf, at the expiration of the time for which the v may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; and it will be cnntimifld to them accordingly. JC3o Paper will besentoutof the county unless piidfer m advance. rTA,lrtisements inserted at One I1 i:rnr Sanareof Twelve Line tr (,. for the first insertion Fitly -vt for each continuance. ' r r7 Persons advertising by the year, will be m n f li mm. l...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 April 1856

FAIffiEVILLE OBSERVER. T, Free of Posiage ia- Lincoln CbtiBfj J...0. AYALUSS. Editor. OrriQH A: i4 saJi Oil Slard: S'.'jnof iht - "0'ieriei Printing OJice." , . FAttZJTSriUB, TENS: Thursday Morsln?, April 10, 135G 3 ffr Tha POST-OFFICE LIST OF LETT Ell S is published in the FAYETrEVlLLE OBSERVER, t7 aa hority of an Act of Congress, which. provMsi that it shall appear in the Newspaper Living tho Largest Circulation! Hade of Electing the President and Vice Presided of the United States ' There are doubtless many readers, who ire not familiar with the manner in which the President and Vice Pres-1 identof the United states are eieetea. with Main8 and proceerjiDg in gCo Torthe especial information of ! grjtpLical order, handing over each to such, we make . public 'the following i . - t rcz&' Btatement, which conveys at a glance tin whole modus operandi of the inte resting process. Eaeh State elects, after the manner prescribed by its Legislature, a num bsr of electors equal to its re...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 April 1856

S5sWn J a Free of Postrcs in Lin.oln Ccaritj! T:imi4T. ArsiL 10. iss ft-r?erns nnrcHm article ftdTerted tn ? uH4V . J . . , . i wilt?Anrr fMtWmntomnj.fnra ?:-ri1 fo kh n-iW.'.n wn;i rinrr s tittheT tiw the Weenvnt in ta tVin-thu-int are iwtel inth or dtr ia mh'Jh tbey arbandod 5n. a. i .nffmncf Kn Vati'IpiI into tli I OiBceby T.iiiay.V;)rmtV7,toinsaranRppear - anc ia the foiwwm rapcr. . - Neatly Printed Blanks. CoaataWftJ" nni Justices' blankt just printed and for ula at our desk cheap. PeaieraiicHeeaa5 At a meeting of a portion of th tdemcracy of Lmcoln, hild at the contt-hou39 last Mondiy, for the par pose of appointing delegates to the District CDnYentloa to hi held at Shelby viUe, Saturday, lJa mst, . II. - 2Wor, Esq was called to the chair, and Jljbert Farqahxnon ap-: pointed S3cretary. On motion, the following gentle men were appointed delegates: : 1st dis-J A.Silvertooth,F. Motion 2d-J- II. Taylor, W. Tolley. 3d Naris Fiynt, Perry Eisiick. 4th -D:F. Robertson. Y.T.Taylor. 5th...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 April 1856

'(Sift arnur.; TLe rhiFcsopliy cf Rain. to understand the philosophy of th '3 beautiful and often Bublima phe nomenon, so ofonivitnessedYince th? creition of the world, and so essen tial to th? very existence of plants a id atiiuiils, a few facta derived from observation and a long tiiin of ex periments roast bo rempTiberc'l:- 1. Vera'thd atmosphere every whaj at p.ll tifhs of uniform tempsr ntuie, wa slio ild ntrver haye rain, or hril, or s;iow. "Tha'water absorbed by it ia ev oration from the eea and th e4ri.h's Horfaca would descend in an imperceptible, vapor, or cease to be abiorbid by Ih air when it was once fally saturated: 2. Tin absorbing power of the attmsohor?, ail consequently its ca pacity to retain humidity, is propor tionately greater ia warm than in cold air. 3. Thi air mar the surfica of. the .earth is wirmjr tlnn it is in the re gion of the cloud i. The higher we ascand from th? earth th-j colder do wo (hi tha atm sphere. II nice the p-?rpetuil snow oa rsry high mou...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 April 1856

r fell iJi fcJJ : Oji 4b J fcJicLW - w Let all th thoa alm'st at be U17 Country , U17 God'i, aud Tratb't." H. . WALLACE PUBLISHES & PiiontiETon. -7 N0.-52 VOL. 5. PATBTTBFI LIE , T J N W : T II U R S D AT , APR III 7, 1856. I; WHOLE NO. 260. ICPTtvo Dollars for one year if paid at thetima of subscription; Two Dollars -mid Fifty Cents, without deviation after the expiration of three months. CJA11 It ills for Advertisements, Job . Work, or Subscription.considered duejwhen contracted, except against thosa with whom we have runninz accounts. CCrSubscribersfailingtoorders discontinuance of the pasier, at the expiration oi tue time jor wmcu tuey may nave suusaiucu, a.icuou sidered as wishinz to renew: and it will be continued to them accordingly, C7IVo Paper will besentoutof the county unless paidor in advance. -C7 Advertisements inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Lines or Les, for the first insertion; iuy . nMif for each continuance, iCFTersons advertising by the year, will...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 April 1856

: FAYSTiSV ILLS 0 BSERVERrv r- i1.i.jc in LincoliiCdcnty N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Qrncn-A theiaraDli Sian-I: Sijncf the .. " OWrsti Priatitf OJke." FAYETTE VILLE, TfiNN: Thursday Kerning, April 17,1855 TO ADVERTISERS! i (&- The POST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS is published in the ; FAYETTEVILLKOBSERVER,. by authority of an Act of Congress, vvhich irovi,les that itthall appear iu tho Newspaper laving tho ' Largest Circulation! ' "Americans at the North. In q Black Ilopablicm caucus at "Washington, Sir. Campbell of Penn sylvania, said tho American feeling .was very strong in the csntral end "eastern portions of that' State but to carry Pennsylvania, its aid must be secured to tho Ant:-Nebraskaitcs. He looked with the most ardent hopes to seo such a union effected. The brethren (Know Nothing and Republican) held a meeting in Alba ny, Ne xi York, some days ago. Mr. Filhnoro was thus defended by a llille anti-slavery "American!" "Mr. Northup rose to defend Mr Fillmore. . He (Mr. N.) was an ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 April 1856

ieFiUe'Observer Frea of Postage I& Lincoln County! TIIURSDAr. APISIL 17.JS55. -i i an ' n V m - - . itenusst fciasuy iiranten. i DyParsoos p'lrj'iasing articles advertised in ; ftnreo1nma9,'.wilI confer a favor by mentioning tint, they u' tis : aiTerfiscmftnt in Jhe - : : - - .. fcTJ-ilv-art'womjnts are imertellnths or,- 4m ia wklja they are handed 'n. A.Wwtlsomentflirmstlie handed intothe EUace by 2. lay iformnj, to insure an appcaf- wiae ia tae-iouowmg raper. . .. '. . V Neatly Printed Blanks. .sUbWand Justices' blanks just printed tst lor sale at our dosJi-ciefljJ. - .'-. Business' Notice If bur advertisiti2 friends will send ia their. favors" at t!is earliest possible hour oa Tussday mornings, Ihoyill confer a particular obligation upoa lis. t)jr very large editioa which,-wo aro happy to say, is constantly growing--r.ndwrs this request a necessity. . We have been compelled of late to omit advertisements' handed in later ia the day, ia consequenca of our inability to place th...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 April 1856

" . y. . ' ' ': :V ; " ;v--. - '- .J y ':, 'vr.' ' y . ;:-v 'c;.::'-r'::: '..- y-v.f .'' ' v'-! y ' ...y. - -Yy Y -. .,V- v Mi it Ojlcd for Farm Teams ts. Uarses. . ',' The TelatiYe economy of oxen .or1 horses for tb3 work of a farm has fre quently Lean discuss ?dj 4jut aV we believe withqat proson tins' many facta which should be. considered in deridhtjc the question. 1 Perhans. it may De assumed that, on an average a'span of. horses" costing two hun dred dollars' xviiriast- ten years and tlvsn bewofthlesi?. The interest .on this sum ' ten years at six per cent. . will be one hundred and twenty dol Ji( larv 'Arid the keeping and shoeing t0 a span of horses cannot ha less thai one hundred and fifty dollars per an n;un,'vor ;hwnn hundred dollars m ten yeaT3.;.Tb3 whole will be to., the farmer a cost of eighteen hundred and twenty . dollars for the ein pc - riod, or one hundred :id . efghty-two dollars annually. A prime joke of oxen will cost one- hundred: dollars; the interest on thi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 April 1856

, i. .- in MU Filter" -4 11 II V f ff 1 EI 1 1 I 2 0 4 , i W. o. WALLACE : NO. I-FOL 6. h - Donar? for one year if paid et ,"a";'" uoscription; xwo Dollars nud Fifty Cents, -without deviation iisriaeaxpiratioaof three monlLs. V1 for Advertisements, Job- VVork, or Subscription, considered due, when , contrasted, except against those with whom wa have running accounts. ' . ' tirJabioribersfailingtoorderadiscontinnance or the paper, at tha expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con iidered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to tbern accordingly. SC?Aoiaper will be sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. fCT Advertisements inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Lines or Le, for the first insertion; Fifty Cents for each continuance. JCPersons advertising by the year, will be charged Thirty Dollars rora whole col , nmn, Ttyeuty Dollars for one-half - Tta Dollars for one-quarter. Nodevia- , . tiontrom these terms under any circumstances. ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 April 1856

IV nntnn s af P-JiU-fe In Lincoln Connrv Jf. 0. WALLAIEV LMHor; Or net At C same 01 r Stand: S'mof tJa ' " OjKrccr I'ri.Uing OJice." wrs-hy Horning April .24, 1856 0 AD1EBT (CT rVST-OFFWE LIST OF iSl'TIiS is published iu tha FAVETTEyiLLE. OBSERVER, by authority' of an Act of Congress, which Trov;J;s th.it itilull appear in the Newspaper aavi: tha ' Largest Circulation! cd Advice lo Old Line Whigs . lion. Mtrdecai Oliver, cf Missouri, elected to the House of Ropresenta ti?es tin a whig, oa being arraigued ly the Lib ert y Tribune as a deserter from the whig party has replied in a long and scathing-letter. He says that when the House met, thrco par ties uufuiled their banners, tho dem ocrats, the know nothings, and black republicans, but tho whig banner was not therev Of the kuow nothings! Mr. Oliver writes: 'The know nothiug party 'exults in the juio of tho ' whig party, boasts of having destroyed it, slan ders it in tho grave, nnd then de mands ( if I understand your article aright)...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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