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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 April 1856

' i 4- - ) AS . FayeUerille Observer Proa of Postage la Lincoln County! Education . SociEDf .-The Tenn- j GLEAMN.G3 Jr ROM PAPERS?, ST A Request Easily Granted. 03" Persons purchasing articles ad vertied'iri nr columns, will confer a favor by mentioning ft.-vt 4hay sw the- - advertisement In-the . fcTiiertisemsnts arainiortsd iath or ator in wh'.eh they are, handed 'n. 3 VlvoTlisomcntsmnstba handed into the ufSja by T.mlay Afonu'sy, to injure an appear ns in the foilowinj Paper. . Neatly Printed Blanks. onst.bles' and Justices blanks just printed Utti for sale at oar desk Oieap. Dan'. Jaieby Appearances-- It's a confidence gima, in which all thi chmcos are in favor of the troupier. Appearances, we fire told in the copy-book, are slightly perfid ious. We think, on reflection, that they ara more so. A counterfeit bill that we saw last week, on one of the Tennessee banks, deceiTed by its fin ish and beautv. adds considemblv tn " j this impression. Soma friends are lik.3 some calicoes, ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 April 1856

jjf farmer; PREPARING PAINTS. .-.u.ujw.ug.rocipes were prepare j At the close of Iate ge3,ioQ of oy a prac,icl p:untr, and tare been the Georgia Legislature, the mem old for a djll.ir. They will be valu- bers got on a -bender," and sung tbe abl3 for raftfrsrmc, and miy save nw - ny a dollar to the mm who likes to! Lava things neit about his residence, j and tvbofdels disposed to economize by doing hia own pain tins: ' TO BOIL OIL In b i!ii oil, never fill your kettlo more th in two-thirds full, or it may run ovor and tike fire. Pl ica your kettle on the coxl, dmmer your oil till it will scirah a feather, when it is fit for us?. TO GIUN'D PA I ST. Put yourQint on a Iargi flat stone, with a smHTi face; wot your paint j w;tii oil, and grind until fine. Be careful to srind fine, or thre will be t will be sure to get round. a waste of the paint, and your work I Go xt strong when you make love will not look well. j to a ?rett wUlow" more PaoPle l;ave (erred by too little than too much in ...

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

JO. 2 VOL. 6. fCJTlT Dsllars for cno year if paid at int uraa or subscription; '& iva DtfMars ausi Fifty Cent, without deviation a.ter t he xpiration o f three months. 50TA.U Bills for Adrertisemants. Job Work, or Subscription.considered due, when eontractsd, except against thosa with whom w have runainsj accounts. ibscribers failing! o order a discontinuance of the paner. at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; aud it will be continued to them accordingly. ICJX Paper will besentoutof the county unless paid for in advance. ttrAflvartiaeTnents inserted at One IOl far per Square of Twelve Liios r Le$, for the first insertion; Fifty Cents for each continuance. ICPPersons advertising by the year, will be chared Thirty Dollars for a whole col umn. Twenty Dollars for one-half Ten Dollars fir one-quarter. JVu dela tion from these termi under any circunntan-es. C7 The privilege of yearly advertisers is tricvy limited to thei...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 1 May 1856

If' '1 0 I i- Mi i J ! i I FAYETTE'ILLE OBSERVER Free ofPostage in Lincoln Ccnnfy Slill Unsettled. The result of the recent Know Nothing Convention at Philadel- N. 0. WALLACE, Editor.- Office At the same Oil SlanJ: Stgnof tU " Ojurver I'ritfinj 0 fice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: ifiarsday Naming, Hay 1, 185G MS . (ttr T!i9 10 ST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS is punished in the : FAYETfEl'iLLE OBSERVER, . by authority of Tin Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the N'ewspaper having the Largest Circulation! -t . y- .... - t i n - Foreigners and Abolilioiiisin. We were told ly know nothing etamp 6peakers last fall, aad it is agaia being reiterated through their papers in the South, that tho great body of oar adopted citizens in the North are Abolitionists. Nothing is more easily refuted. ' By reference to Congressional proceedings it will be Essa that of all foreign-bora citizens who from time to lime have been ' members of either House, not one was an abolitionist. By reference...

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

v - Iff i - . !. if . L I;. I; i' - ; J. Kt"J sliwi---ea-ea .....a. - 'FayetteviUe Observer J TIIUKSOAr. MAY 1, I 50. t JG? A Rcqcest Easily GranteJ. 5 OCT Persons purchasing articles advertisf-dln our columns, willcoufera favor hv mentioning that they saw . the alyprttsement in the riTETTEytLLg .OESSaVEBQ 03" Y U jrtisemsnts are inserted in th. or- . '' NEWS' FROM' EUROPE." Arriral 'of ' the Steamer Halifax, "A prii 23. The Arabia arrived at 7 o'clock this moruincr.- " "i4ACTtIscraentsa3tl,.e U!mleitthe ! favor. ----- T jntrniii'r,io insure an anpear- ance in the flowing Paper. ... ' Co:irnss and a'n'eed to cvacuahi the Piineipaliik'S. V ; Turkey shows trreat . andety to be relieved of- tho rscueo of the Allies. ' .;. . Omar Pclw Las been restored, to The notorious Nathan Bro.wn, the Iai.aiioa; Tcna-4-r ? most remarkable bigmiiteverkuown J B.City.cnrelw quote.! at 2h'Gio i , i j t , .-according to quality. County- sli-'hrly ill tLlS Country WHSnrrested 1U Indiana 'on the ait-inc ; ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 1 May 1856

ToEipel Rats. The Farm Journal gives the fol lowing account of how a gentleman of Boston contrived to expel rats: thing a smtll hoard in the gar f at flaor, our friend opened a'com manicHtion hot ween the fl jor nnd tailing beneath, which interior com mjnictted with-the spaces between t!i3 8HW wn'llanndthe Ittlis and plas ..l.V. f,... . ter over the whole bous. Into this i . jt .u ...rciiiiiL im iiL.-ii:t;n 'a nihil 1:1111 lai in ii" i O - r " r mngne-e.and poured over it a nbl.qn.nlit of strong hydrochlor-i MW:.t;,'.,;,i Tm? fw hn-.r,l was then replaced. The effect 0ifcr you never tcdl have such another the cliemical mixture of bteck oxyde of mignese and hydrochloric acid is to disengage in the cold the most powerf.il, deodorizing, fumigating, ras, chlorine. In common with all i cases, it gradually diffuses itself uirough the air, but having a great er weight than atmospheric air, it accumulates at the lowest levels. The tendency of the gas liberated, therefore, was to penetrate ev...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 May 1856

...... , . . . t -1- --Tvy T ' . . . - ? 'i ...- y y.-.- t , -'.- f : :. . rs. '! ? . - - - . . . . -r '- , , , '. H It f r I 'F I p tJi IfjiLi El feJ t J-iili gLJLJJI - cLMi cLILLj jJUJ iJLLI - . . . . - - - -. ' ' ft ra J fjjsph r i j i vi i mr : pa P. a M r X- O. WALLACE . ; HLot all the ends thou aim's t at be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's." t PUBLISHER PROPKIETOI5. KO, 3.V0L. 6. i " J UBOLB NO. 263, C7Tvo Dollars for one year if paid at me time ol subscription; Two Dollars nud Fifty Cents, without deviation aftertheexpirationof three months. C7A11 tills for Advertisements, Job Work or Subscription, considered due, when contrtei, exccit agiinst those with whom! we ha.pe running accounts. ftSiibscribersfaiiiirgtoorder a discontinuance of tb.8 paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; and it will be coatinaed to them accordingly. .tt3Io Paper will be sent outof the county unless p'aidfor in advance. C3Aive...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 May 1856

h FAYETTEVIT.T.I?. fMFMffn Free of Postage in Lincoln Cotmiy . , , N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Ofi -r:n-At (Ju: sama O' i Siarul "Observer Prin'j OJle." Sfyn 0 tlit FAYETTE VILLI, TENN: 1 inn Tharsiiy Koraiaj, E2ay 8, 1855 T A -T rpTiPC fj t-l 'J Uf Sii 1 EtiJ b i rrrns : ,f .v ' 1 s " 1x7. " " FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVES, by authority' of an Act of Congress, which provides tint it shall appear iu the Newspaper aving the Largest Circulation! iveniackT. tr t A Convention of old lino Whig Leaders w is held at Loxinsrton on the 12th inst They all were bitter sgiiast knew nothingism, some were fjr a separate Whig organization, and many were for uniting with the National Democracy to put down Know Nothingism and abolitionism. Tii3 Jjouisvilli Journal abuses the Convention and its action, which is a good sign. The Louisville Courier, anti-Know Nothing Whi, says of th3 effed of the convention: "Tho distinguished whig attencance at Lexington, while uniting in express ing their admiration for Mr. Fill...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 May 1856

i r S f b . . . m I1 aVClleVille t I hSRPirpT Free of Postage in Lincoln County! . tj -.. r. THURSDAY. 31 w 8. 1856. Reqaest Easily Granted, CSTPereons purchasing articles advertised in tmr col umns, will confer a favor bv mentioning that they ea the advertisement in the Fatettkvillb ObsebvejQ OT V 1 vertiserrmts- are inserted in the or vlor ia wh'.ca they arc handed n. 0" '"tiscmentsmnstbejiandedintothe Dfuc3 by Taei lay Morning, to insure an appear ance in the follow ing Paper. Neatlj Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed um tur b.iiu at our aesK cluap. Election Th3 election, last Saturday, passed o3 quietly no excitcmsnt Chil- coat w;is elected County Judgi by a larga majority. The following is the poll in detail It will be seen that at several precincts no votes were cast: yr T .-at j vmicoac. uora-jr. District No. 1, 01 00 do , 2, 18 00 . do 3, : 30 00 -7 d 4, 00 00 do 5, 1G 2 do C, 12 5 do 7, 24 1G do 8, 227 15 do 9, - 15 2 do 10, 54 1 do. .11, 00 00 do...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 May 1856

r : i. v! 'A I e! .'. . . Old Rags. $fr.JJd!.tor:.li-gi that for the rag-bag, and for other use cm bo devised are nnfit which no should bo fnnn.1 tort. vpt, I-nofi Jiul'LnW upon dry suils. Thay souk up aud return moisture, giving it out, in limes of drought. Ilea re- qaj.re it. v juk'ii rags :irv' preferable lor this purpose, to cotton itud linen. Their aUvrbent junvers aro superior, mid i.rc more congenial to vegeta- tiou in "general. 1 have found woolen rags an exoclleat article lor inuica tl . 1 t t mg trees, both fruit and ornamental. They retainthe toil in a moist and liht condition, aud absorb more. heat nnd retain it for much longer time than any other article that can be found. If a few quirts of pulver- lzea cnarcoai or, suuw n..i;u : i i i , j. , i . . be :irouni ma ireo, ul-iuio iuiuu;; uvu inulchmg, the expenso win uq aoun J j 1 .. .!.! Sf. j ( fffil rk emntion from those diseases which 7mt , , P . , . but too ccmmonlv prove fatid to you eg ticcs of a delicato nature, oa...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 May 1856

s f jteg5Sg3 Lot nil Che cuds thou . aim's t " at , be thy Couutrys, thy Cod's, and Truth's' ruBLisiiEu & ra:on:iCTou. !f. O. WALLACE J nri ' i r!?t? rrm 'fsrni! in'n'n Twn n? ST? T7? ':Tlnll";-: ; " - KT " VTW!I TUTU) TWB TITV 1 11 Jj ' sii i is -li---'lri!-:--is ss. :,; : Isillsiss, 'jsiss, ,i!ss "r:;V VjLssfjjisl' 15 Jail Ji W fca fesoU 01 .r " - - NO. 4. VOL. 6. itJlPtfa Dillm s for one year if paid at the tlmi of subscription; Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, without deviation aflertho expiration of three months. IrTTAII Kills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contra ;ted, except against those with whom w have running accouuts. 073 ibscribars faii ingl o order a discontinuance of ths pipir, at tha expiration of the time for which they may hare subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; and it will be continue! to them accordingly rC3oPicr will besoatoutof tlie county unless na.!dfof in advance. - iCAiverfciscmsnts inserted at One Dol lar ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 May 1856

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln Connty farm3 can be enclose and ploughed m tuna to re-plant; - The County Treasury, too, has not escaped unscathed. , Cane Creek Bridge, two miles below here, erected soma ten years ' since, at a cost cf about $2,o00, 13 gone. We have hoard from it, sicca it left, It was far down the river, going on,sti!l unbroken. 532 -N..0. WALLACE. Editor. Dm-?!: .If f 9t,te O'l .S"..': S!jnof the " amercer rrinH-aj OJ.e." GOV. A.V.BROWN. We extract tha following from tha concluding one of a series of articles published io the Clarksviile Jefferso nian, to which wc have heretofore al luded: .4 ' "Although I do not, by any m)ans, claim, nor pretend to bo vain enough to believe, anything I may have Baid ThTo is no way of properly esti-.nns contributed to exert that influ FAYETTEVILLE, TEXX: Thursday Morning, 'Slay 15, 1SSS 6s frr T.i'i rOST-OFFICE'rLIST OF OF L KIT Hit 3 is published in tin FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVES, br authority of ti Act of Congress, ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 May 1856

Faycitcville "Observer FreeVf Postage ia Llacola County! TIIUKSDA 15, I85G. X A Request Easily Granted. ' (Persons rmrebvn':? articles Advertise in ourcnlmnne, will confer a favor W mention; that thsy the .ilvcrHsemsut lu the 17" liM; t!S3aiints nri inserted in the der ia wh;ch they are handed n. ' or- OCT Advertisements must he handed intothe Office by T.uihy Morning, to insure an appear " I1C0 in the following P.anir - . Neatly Printed Clanks. Constates' and Justices' blanks just printed and for silo at our desk cheip. Tha Insurance System Formerly there were only, two classes of insurance against fire and against marine casualties; but now there is scarcely anything you may not insure, if you choose to pay the ne cessary premium. There are health, c.ittlc, debt, railroad, and steamboat insurance. In short, all the prizes and blanks in tbj lottery of life seem to have been subjected to a matb.2 laitical process, and the general re sult of th 3 figuring up approximates truth so clo...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 May 1856

I : I i 1 ' 11 II ti'C.:arnirr; I iic luaiDkin. A corr 'ipoaJent asks m. Voat W2 ill IK 01 i'limr, vl'JS a j an W.Kl- oi food for sLock. u inve an omamn ti la ' bjnj Ci but r 'jrrot that v.a liavp no t.'. rience ti b.;ck it. 11. VPT h nl tnidt .1. --UK 1 hlv V. ir,-tlUt P;lny er rusW on, heedless of the inter F ,IS-f,fJ fjd ruptiun, and only took occasion short t..tU or h,?s and with I, a v.ry r,-,, t0 t mora MJoi,.y q Fpb; rti.or Mr.m We whJu Abraham buiu th- rk." areioth h,biMnth:s country, ofAnll-.lctWtheother.-AbM. j-miunevtarngjaj w,vLh-! ham WarnVti,:lr.V Tho' Richer r theft, .is i. our nydeof ts,xdluLmth grit inanition "I thorn. 1 ur.'ims Tor r.ist.iace ar-3 pro-1 t i a lt i I 10 , , 1 isny AbralKim wasthnr.or tliarabouts! luunced by soai ; por.ou5 to b j no j , . . . Jtcco'jut fjr stock f -edi u.'ajd iudeed l ' Mr Fiikius. vou sav vou know iu ; auajyais oi in m seems 10 coitol- ; 1 1 e attendant wdat is ois c'.iarac fra this estimate, bat Wj know that 'tor?" '-Fur-what; sir ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 May 1856

" : W I ;W: la I f Uili i p ""-":!' 1 aJJ-- 'liif-:'-" iV i ; V il 'i'lil: i !r, 1 ; , ' :tl i Hf-i ii;v-j , -.vJ- :;.S,li ; , -. : , !.4; , f:v:r i .:i : j V ."i s I s i : islcil J 8 ! fsileil Gl , N. O. WALLACE Lei all the end tkou aim's t at tc thy Country's, thy Clod's, and Truth's.' puislisueu a riioriciiroi:. LI NO. 5. VOL (1. FAYETTBnLLE, . TBNN: TftORSDAY, MAY 22, IS 56. WHOLE 1. 261 - - I- . . i , - if tCfTr Dollars forone year if paid at . tin thus of subscription; Two Dollars and I'iftjr Cents, without deviation aftcrtheaxpiratiouof three months. CJAll Bill for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contrasted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. "Subscribers f ailiugt o order a discontinuance of the paper, at tha expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. tCTi I'apcr will be sent out of the county unless paid for In. advance. 5i...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 May 1856

! : ! ls1 i 'i . i N 1 . ' J ! Hi AE OBSERVER; . Free of Poetic iaLiaccln County N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Oirj fen At lh s ne O'J Stand: Sign of the " O'j never l'ri,uti3 Ol!L-e." tavcrrEViLLu, tenn: 'IV. .,-..1. M. mX tic v-fcj laram, Kay 2 m mi T i 1 Lai VrThi l'O ST-OFFICE LIST LKl'TZZS is published ia the r. r rrEviLLE. observer, rs a:uh lrity of an Act of ! Congross, which itox i li. that it shall appear in the N'ewspaper li ivLi- . the rAiifit'iEV I Fj'arFest CrCwZajOrtiShouldastrangerseohimina crowd Free Negroes ia the North. fiia S.ocle, a Pans journal, con - taiiisst'veral intcirpsliuc: chapters from u work written by M. Comattant, an intelligent French traveler ia iho Uaite l Spates. Tha writer speaks fcf the frcs negroe3 of the North, and sas tha'r '-liberty is only an empty namo." Ha adds: 4I beg pardon of his gable majesty, Soulouque, but his Hocial organization, with his dukes of Browa 6ugnr, his counts of Mar -milade, his marquis of Lemonade, nil his chevaliers da Tamar...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 May 1856

FayetteFiIlo Observer JL. ' ' Free of Postage la Lincoln Cosntj! THURSDAY, HAY 23,1850. 3 A Request Easily Graated, Orrersons purchasing articles advertised in onrcolumiw, 'will confer a favor by mentioning that they saw the advertisement in the F AXETT5J VILL K Ob9EBYER$ - ae '"'esaesesssBBeBek llvertiaanleiita we Inserted In the r dcr ia which they are handed ia. OT Advertisements must be handed tritArb a DiBca by ZWfay Morning, to insure an appear ance la tha following Taper. Affibrotjpcs Mr. J.B.Hdl, south side of the Square, is now prepared to accommo date all who may wish pictures taken by this new and beautiful process. The following among other advanta ges, will be sufficient to show at a " g'aace, tho great superiority of the ; Atnbrotype: They aw entirely free iruui auy meiauic ajiiection, ana can seen, ia, any position, from any point of view or part of a room in which they are hanging. They do not fade, becomo spotted, nor grow dim with age. Taken upon glass plates and h...

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 May 1856

!;r aruur. Care of Yona Stock. Some farinsrs have -. advanced tho opinion, and even practiced upon it, that to have lnrdy stock they must'; cd in food wbil P 'u4lB ' viPa-..w.. xu liths lust m-staace. for stock ; lt while yjuns cm never ie-l not so, cover from th i i: l irv thus i ,. , ,r. -" .. ,, - , ,au jiuuou oi revnuvia urougut against words, ttat a cU or a colt well fed . a ,; fV k . c ...:n .....,..n.. k,. - b -n'r the purpose of nb- VIA, V I V bi.Ll ! i: I I Z 1 I- L i. Za T , T J , 7 tHimn- the C ma boat Ojean Wave and mist be so fid-through life-to 'vr o i i v. -j - , t , , . , ,. . fri. . iSio. 2, levied on by said t i: ,aw 1 V4lVu ,"iac ! maliciously, deliberately, and contra as goo 1 an a mm! as would have been ,. to lh co aQ(J dity of the produced l y proper treatment m ear- f gworQ wMch LI i n ft f.jflf is false in a siogle instance, yoa: are they should always bo kept in thnv- , , . . ,. ,. tta v.a '- ... bound to believe that he has lieu wg condition.-receiving' ext...

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 May 1856

y - : .V i 1 H : V i-i-. JhsI irij s is, si lil 131 s J J f ; J -d Ed1 l L b3c l 7 1 fc3Jr 3 I rUBLISnEK PKOPU1ETOB. ti ! - " . .- 4. - - , ' V ---y-- t " I c" P. 'i N. O. WALLACE ICPTiVd D3lS:irs for one year if paid at tlia time of subscription; Two Dollars sui 1 Fifty Cents, WITHOUT DEVIATION aftertlieexpiration of three months. ICJAll Hills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when . contracted; except against those with whom a have ruuning accounts. t'-ibiiribersFailihglobrdtrn discontinuance of the pjpsri at the expiration of the time for which they mvf have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; and it will be voetinae.1 to them .accordingly. t cT-o Iaicr . will ht scat o at of the county unless paid'for in advance. SijAJvertisemeats inserted at Cue Dol lar i?r Saanreof Twelve Lino 'r'Lfcs, for thu first insertion; Fifty 'Cent for each continuance. .jr'P Persons', a'dvertising by the year, will foi . rW?elTli3rlT Dollars fora whole col- Jun...

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 May 1856

FAYETffilLLE OBSERVER. Frcj of Postage ia Lincoln Counlj fc N. 0. WALLACE, Editor.. Office At !& same Old S!ani: Sign of t?u tl- Oil server Printing OJke." FAYEXTEVILLE, fflN: Hay 29, 1855 ra-,...ADsfEaTisEas! fr Tiia :pos?-office , list of LETTERS is published in the FAYETTEWLLE OBSERVES, y aurti-V-Uv of aa Act of Congress, which rrovl J3S that it shall appear In the Newspaper bavin the - -. Largest; Circulation! . The Two-Thirds Kale. . Th? two-thirds rule wis adopted in the fir-t . Democratic National Con- Viinuon, uetum ajiuauiuic,i.ixaj,xyw-. If wis ' reported to that ' Convention Ly thV Committee oh Rules, of which lion." Vm.' R, King, of Alabama, (.since VicerPresident) was Chairman. A,-motion to amend, by" substituting a m ljority raid, was voted down, and tbo two-thirds rule,' as reported, was adopted. It read as follows; ; Resolved, That eich State" be enti tled, in tin nomination to be made of , . . . TT- . T 1.1 a canuitUte lor me v ico-rrefciuem-y, fth-j nomination ...

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