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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 September 1856

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Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 September 1856

li if i ,3 I II. !.- r; 1. 1 ft i S . 1 i T - 1 . E A V benefit cf isricultiiral Fairs: ; lvccy tlilug from the lips. " of -pen of Daak4 Veoster till ojutmues' to rd.witli mlerestu The following ' -aa.eslrjct from an addr of his d ciiveri d-at the annual lair of tlio jorfo!k'.Agncnltural Sociyty at Ded to:vIis , in, Uie yerir lto:v ; citult yrtrs Jgo jKihaps X might ; fv rHiiTrifs svvi. ir. lh"rin in th-a J-"" pniKw)i.i .i iissamtiou tn ja larpfe pinritt" suff. v'J shaven t l-racticy. of : tringiag. mui;gether the least Uatiu'(1necornnieud md on'thc snie gcB-Ril-cn.j, uniting ;-jng tho springs ami tha . sooner Uir; inte:Iictu.il and -i)a ir. physical ly0il m,y thP remedy the better." t Heats to that ppipos. is a great iih-j Y(ia re!ily.lbinktVwoull-bG I rtvuujijt in tlic lit rtent aire- "' We i .mrui" iif f.nii j.,r'i?m.i i,w . , ' o . - - r pifcsi'-gi.tl asoC'i ttions of the 'world in. ine, le urn. meuiKU,i &xib me uj.oicgu-ai..; .iui it was ipug, in mai country- and: in tbis, ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 September 1856

'I 1 3 si 1 l71 a W. O. WALLACE, "Lei all the ends thou aim's t at be thy Country's, thy Clod's, and Truth's.' publisher rsopuiTOR. i It it NO. 22. VOL. 6. - . . ... w. uus u fuu the time of subscription; Two Dollars and Fiftr Cents, without detiatios iui'Z'llX Work, or Subscription.considered due, when contrasted, except against thosa with whom we hare runninz accounts. (KTSabscribersfaiUngloorderadiscontinuance of the pper, at the expiration of the time tim 1- !.L ll 1 1 'I 1 IB;? "7. continued to them accordingly. lcyjoPapcr will besentoutof thecountj ... larper Square of Twelve Lines or Less, for the first insertion; Fifty fonts fnr oarh mntinnancB. Persons advertising by the year, will bo charged Thirty Dollars lora whole col- limn, Tweuty Dollars for one-half, Ten Dollars for one-quarter. Nodevia- t ion from these terms under any circumstances. S regular business; and the business of an ad - vertising firm is not considered as including ir-j-Annonnrin candidates Three Dollars ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 September 1856

SE5 - :.Mq is clearly, shown a conspiracy mo opposiuoa members or tjig Ganate and House of Eepreaenlatives; mm uwuy omers, Udeat aavact;commo passed by Congress 'jn accordance vutn the iorms of the Constitution; T5?y levy mooey to resist- tho laws cf tho United States, and ia reason and raor.ils are as much responsible for consequences as if they hid "lev ied war.'' Yet, now they coma' shedding g iiity Viars over "bleeding Kansas," covered though they ba with thr crirn.'S of treason, murdcjr, a n d civil war. - Many - cf you who liD'.d scats on this floor in connection with such as Sumner," Seward, Hale, and Wi'sop,, hive not ODly given ''aid an J comfart'-.but you are .taVreal authors of this bloody drama of treiso.i anl revolution, tint now disturbs "our pjaca find' "stains 'our , history; on your h?ad rests the' guilt j .Poi.tcrdy.wiIl write the d irk sentence .ag-instyoUfOL cqw.jdly conspirators " and Uwr breakers, who d ired hoi uno . l!y facithd h rrid front of war' ."but, bta...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 September 1856

Fayctteville Observer Free of Postage la Lincoln County! THURSDAY, SEPT. J8, I35C. THE, KANSAS WAR. iaatheTange, according tothegrade. Rye it , READY-MADE 'CLOTHING. TTlt Wnr in ' Kaniit flornnrnnM I? Corn Belling verj .lightly tf'T HAVE just -McrfTed a large lot of . ' " . " " . "w ow lor yeuow and uc ror white. . -".i 0-.-: ADVERTISERS! frT The POST-OFFICE LIST OF ZrritffS is published in th '-' . FAYETTEVJLLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of '.. Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper having the . Largest Circulation! tT A Request Easily Granted. CrPerons purchasin 2 articles advertised in our columns, will confer a favor hv mentioning; that thoy e.w the advertisement in the Fayetteville Observeh) fc5 Auvcrtisementsmnstbe handed intothc Ofiice by Tue.i lay Horning, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. Neatly Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed and for sale at our desk cheap. OAdriirtirf-jmcnfs are inserted in the der...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 September 1856

rib My Brother. The Autumn winds are hurrying by, And tLe mournful Autumn rain. Like tiie wailing cry of a tired child, Taps low at the window-pane. II y thoughts go Lack to the joyous past, To the beautiful long ago. To the dearest of onr fireside band. Who sleeps in the church-yard low! I murmur again the- old time words, The word of hope and love; And I half , forget that he went away, To dwell in the courU above. ' 1 look with wistful eyes, adown . Life's mazepj .dim to see, And hear a. voice-in accents mild, toThy God will be with thae!" On. blessed thought! That tho' the way Be dark the suiish aio gone; To.the All-Father we may turn, 'And lean upon his arm! Toeling hechasteneth whom he loves, Fraying in spirit one, Tor grace to say in every hour, 'Father, thy will be done!" x - My brother! In that other home; Where comes not sorrow's tear, Look down upon our earthly way, Meef us in spirit here! And tho' we tread fife's future path, Mournfully and alone, God grant we all at las...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 September 1856

. . ..- . ' " , . . J - ' , . . v" '-.--' . . ' '", " ; . v . . ' , " ffl B (i KklF Irl I! '-rl filS IfTMH TTnH IFITIP T7? 1 H II Vln llnll TTfB OTll TIFIF T1T1 Tffill " ' 1 is w i 11 if f r: 1 li 1 ij 1 1 i ' - fif 1 If fi fi : iff)' f ! If ' : ' J - i W. O. WALLACE, "Let -all the ends thou aim's t nt be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's." PUBLISHER & rilGPlllHTOn. 1, ML 6. frOTVO I :i.ir for one Year if naiM nf. iue timo oi subscription; Two Duilais aud Fifty .-uts. without deviation r 'tertheexpirationof three months. tC7AIl for -Advertisements. .Toll 7ork, or Subscription, considered due, Avhen ' cotra?te'l,exeepfc against those with whom eiiavs; running accounts. T CCT lb.siribcrs fail r.to orders discontinuance of the papr, fit the cxir,ition of the time for which they mar have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. IOiWoajer will b;sent out of the county . 'mless paid for in advance. tCJA'Wartisements inserted at...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 September 1856

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln County N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. 0 met At &e xitx Ohl StnJt: " O'jHTcer Vrinting OJkt." FAYEtTEVHiLK, TEXX: Thursday Morning, Scpi. 25, 1S56. i j . 1 Shticnnl Srmarratir (TirM ror. rnrsipr-NT, JAMES KUCHA NAN, 0 F FEXXS TL 'A SI A. FOR VICE-rRESIPCNT, JOHN f, I)lErKLRlDGE, OF KEXTCCET. Democratic Electoral TitLtt. FOB THE STVTE AT LAFGE. William II. Tolk, of Maury. IfBAU G. IIaebis, of Shelby. FO THE TISTEICTS, 1 Samuel Powell, cf Hawkins. 2 J axes W. McIIexet, of Overton. 3 D. M. Key, of Hamilton. 4 E. L. Gakdexhiee. of White. 5E. A. Kekble, of Rutherford. 6 James H. Thomas, of Maury. 7 Thomas J. Prows, of Giles. 8 J. G. Poixeexter, of Montgomery. 9 J. P. C. Atkixs, of Henry. 10 D. M. Ccekik, of Shelby. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. Mr Buchanan and the Ten Cents Charge. We believe the more respectable of our opponents have abandoned "ih ten cents" charge against Mr. B-ichanan, sines they have discov ered its utter falsity; ba...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 September 1856

Fayctleville Observer - .?""" ' Free of Postage in Lincoln Concly! THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 183C. TO ADVERTISERS! T The POST-OFFICE LIST OF L ETTER S is pubt ished in the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper caving the Largest Circulation! tZS" A Request Easily Granted. 3 C7"?ersons purchasing articles advertised in ur columns, will confer a favor Ty mentioning that they saw the advertisement in the Tatettevillk ObsebverJO ftJ" ArtTCTtisementsmuRt he handed intothe Office by TtiAslay Morning, to insure an appear' ance in the following Paper. Neatly Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' Hants just printed ad for sale at our desk cheap. OTAdrertisementa are inserted in the or der in which they are handed ;n. Still Coining On Saturday, we entered the names of seven new subscribers to the Ob' tcrecr, and Monday and Tuesday Hzfaf more. All right! Jn the pending struggle, the JJEMOCRAJlCii artt, true to its old land...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 September 1856

-. ; H I!' ! I. r ) - t i " " 4 ci r v . , i: ! M in 1 ' 5 t Hi ! v HOLLOW HORN. Ma. Editor. -Th 3 gol example sol rm prompts nu to write an article on t.u disotsa hzn ciUad " ILHoic-' Ajm'.' which, in mv nMtnian. h rvmli y j J J , more pproprnt thin "il)m-uil; 1 .,...w'....,iu..,i;'; f i,.u ujwuliuw uijLUJiuuu tin horn, nnd a7 will an-ljrstmd whit i? nmnt vh n k ii nuntionjd. It is nit gi?nPTil!y coasilered a dise.3 ia iisolf? but th remit of a dsaiz. 11,1,1 1 I et'tlut b as it miy, an:mi!3 oiLen ftr wia' of attention to iui skill i.i th 3 tr.-atmjnt of, thj horn di rectly. From exp -ri fneo ia several cases am ); rny o.va stock, and particular to-i'iiry nnjj of my ruighbjrs who hive hid cxporijnci in th1? matter uh), I da not hcsit ite in endorsing J. W. M.'s th 'cry; but mast plead fjr the a iiaii! tD save th? horns if pos :bK for several reasons, such as the excruciating paia it inflicts, if a por-1 tiou of th ? bone, or pith, of tli3 horn; rjmr.;; whioh, u hard to determine! by...

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

' " Din iii Wi'n ----iiiiTif'TiTr'rv'r'' -i -pi -Mflti r,",;iiiin I'niV'"' ' 1 ' "f" ,i',- '': a&g,r 3 I will p; 1 p. , - r : D A V P Tl R IF F M. D i W u IV W r T n II K S II A V ; II I i1 II H 7,; ; ; T ; .1 . . ..i :, 1' il Mil I 1 Li I 1 IJ lilJ : 1 11.11 11 ; i u u uvu n i ) ..;V. v . v j . , ' " : yv v ? - - . Ir it 5 f 5 i 1 r. - - - . - ' 1 1 , ICTTwo Dollars for one year if paid a tae time ot subscription;! vo. Dollars and Fifty Cent', -without detiatios aflertheexpirationof three months.' ! - f iCjTAir Bills for Advertisements, Job Workt or Subscription, considered due, when contrasted, except against those with whom we have running "accounts'. " CCr"3ubscribersfailtngto orders discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con sidered as. wisVing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. " CJHo Paper will be sent out of the county unless paid for in advance ; C7Adrertisemeats inserted at One Dol Jar per...

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

' FAYETTEV1LLB OBSERVER. Free ef Postage in Li net) In County N. O. WALLACE, Editor GrncKAt the Old Stand: Sign of the Obiterver Printing Office." FAYETTBVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning October 2, 1S56. 3iational Sxniorrntu M. FOB PRESIDENT, ' JAMES BUCIIA NAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. ' Tm Hears whir Mr. Buchanan, lAn intelligent and well-known gen- resting letter, which we take the lib erty of publishing::' -? v , r -i , PHILADELiOTA , Aug.J), 1855. My Dear Sir:' I spent two hocus with Mr. Buchanan en yesterday at Wheatland. His grounds are beauti fully and tastefully arranged, but his house is plain and unpretending in the FOR VICE-FBESIDENT, '. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY ' Democratic Electoral Ticket. - TOR THE BTJTKAT I.ASGS. ' William H. PoLKcf Maury. Ihaii G. Harris, of Shelby. , yOTl THK JISTRICTS. . - T?o. 1 Sajittel Powell, of Halting. No.- 2 J ajiks W. McHexbt, of Overton. No. 3-D. M,- Ket, of Hamilton. 4 E...L. Gaedeshibk, of White. 5 E. A. Keeble, of Entberford. C J axes H...

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

T I I ' I Fayette ville Observer! ChnrCBeMeration.-- lbat toe people ot Tennessee may Free of Postage in Lincoln Count j! THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1850. TO ADVERTISERS! KT The POST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS ia published in the .. 4 FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, y .utaerity of an A,ct of Congress, which vrovides that it shall appear in the Newspaper AAVTOg the . , - - Largest Circulation! tSST A Bequest Easily Granted. 3 0rPersois purchasing articles advertised in ur columns, will confer a favor by ment ioning that they taw the advertisement m the yATSTTBVttXS Ob8EBTXBC0 f)y Advertisements must be handed into the Office .by IWwo jr Morning, to insure an appear ance. in the following Paper. -r Neatly Printed Blanks. .-: ; Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed fid Tor sale at oar desk cheap. 6r Advertisements are inserted In the Ur in which they are handed 'n. or- Pablic Speaking Joel J.. Jokes, Esq., will address the people at the following times and places, on the Presidential question, vi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 October 1856

&)t farmer; vSrnokiDff MeaL vArritef ia the. Reading Journal on this subject, says: ' ' Smoking, meat is rather ridiculed by soxao'of oiir eastcrii Yankees, but If th3 thing 13 well done we shall be encouraged, and . coatiim to do' so notwithstanding.- - 1 V ; 'Byj some of onr farmerait is often conducted with c irJlessass,' selecting ior th-it purpose, a lot of old . hilfi decayed stump, wet and worm eaten In tin barg iio. Th3 ilea of smoking with worm wootj is not only unpleas ant, but unwholesome, for by ths burn ing, of. animal substance, emphyreu mcUhoil is eliminated.. If the smoke is m ide of wet and half rotten wood, the wood is sour, moke bitter, and mostly steam. I have often heard people ask why it was their m?at drips so while smoking. Ths reason is plain. Use proper m iteri ds for m iking the fire, and there willl be bat little st3am,aod consequent ly little water to saturate the meat' For this purpose select drv mate rials, and such as h ire not yet under gone ferm...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 October 1856

mini "Xm H f IIMIHH)".,' HHIIMILLOJII .V-'- -'. . i .. i. ' ' i i .. . i Ill: a i -i .-. reg3 J c n : i i. r . t " ' J nil the ends ifaou alm'si at be ilijr Country' thy, pod's, and .Truth's." 4 ... rUCLISIICU PROPRIETOR;' - 1 T : if f p Iff d A" NO; -25 --VOL 6. 1"' Iir:ir forone tear if. paid at ins time of subscription; Ttvo Oolhirs JUIil Fifty. ttalti WITflOBT PEVIATION aft9rthosrpirationof three nionlLa. IC7 VII. Kills for-Ad vertisementg, Job Work, or Subscription, Considered due, when co;itr;ta.I, except against thosa with whom wahavo running accounts. "1 CTf ibs!5riberifi5ing;foorderadiscnntiniianco of i-tha pippr, at the expinUion of the time for which thsy m.iy have subscribed, are cun i lere 1 as wishing to renew; and it will be coitions 1 to them accordingir. I CJ X o er will bssentoutof the county unless paid for in advance. C7A. lverUaemSnts inserted atOno Dol lar per .Square of Twelve Uite or L for the first insertion; Fil Ceit for each continuance. imp Person "advert...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 October 1856

- FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln Connij 1 N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OmcK-fM 0 tcuat 07J Stand: Sign of tit " Observer Printing OJfut." FiYETTEriLLE, JEXnT" Thursday Morning, October 9, 1Sj6. 3lationnl Smorrntir "irkrf. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCIIANAN, OF .PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Democratic Electoral Ticket. FOB. THE 6TTE AT L1ROE. "Willi m H. PoLK, of Maury. IfBiH G. Uabcis, of Shelby. TOH TUB WSTRICTS, 1 Samcel Powell, of llawkini. 2 James W. IIcHekey, of Overton. 3 D. M. Key, of Hamilton. 4 E. L. Gabdexhiri, of White. 5 E. A. KeebLE, of Rutherford. G J ames II. Thomas, of Maury. ,7. Thou as J. Brows, of Giles. 8 J. G. roisDEXTER, of Montgomery. 9 JD. C. Atkixs, of Uecry. 10 D. M. Cuebik, of Shelby. Ko. Ko. 0. Ko. Xo. 2io. Vo. No. Election: Tue sday, IXovcmber 4, 1S5G Are you Ready? The election is near at hand. The people of this couiity fully understand the magnitude of tha interests in Tolved. Lincoln is all right, if w...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 October 1856

faycUcvillc Observer , . i Pfe oT Postage In Lincoln Count! TUCUSDAV. OCTOBER O, I 56. TO ADVERTISERS! 05" The POST-OFFICE LIST OF 1BTTEBS is published in the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, hf authority of an Act of Conjn-ess. which frari Us that it shall appear Id the Newspaper laving, the , Largest Circulation! iicqaest Easily Granted. frPoron pnrchasinz articles advertised in r columns, will confer a favor by mentioning it thy saw th advertisement iu the TaTITTEVILL ObSF.YEBQ (y Acivt rtisements must be handed into the tfflce by Tutj lay Morning, to insure an appear amain the following Taper. Neatly Printed Blanks. fonstables' and Justices' blanks just printed a 1 for tale at our desk cheap. C3"A1rertisement8 are inserted intha 4tr in which they are banded :n. or- Pnblic Speaking Joel J. Jones, Esq., will address the people at the following times and pUoea, on the Presidential question, vi2: Lewisburg, Marshall Co., Monday, Oct. 6th Cedar Spring, do Tuesday, do 7ib Corneraville. Giles Co...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 October 1856

i irniur... MATCHES. Among articles of great demand, that have become of importance, though, apparently insignificant in worthy of noti.-e thnu (lie Friction or Lucifer Mitch. About twenty years Ji go. Chrinislry abolished the tindcr-boxy and 'ho burnt -rag that made the liii.Kr.wenl to uke ta - vvly, did tho invention per. . Slo spreads Th, ..so f lb m-iiM, ;a cow s established, th.t machines urei,Q the.d?sPerHte Un&& of Pover" invented to prepare tho wdinta. ty slnckt'u an,! he'.d-over-hetds in In'New York, one match manu-.,,,ebt contemporary; will take grind factor- annually cuts up a largo rafl jftones, wooden nutmegs, patent wheel. limber for nutchef. Matches are 'rrows. bhanghae Chukens, hoop generally sqq .re, find tliirtv thou-' res3 P1 MV-broom corn, cand stdiutsr.re cat in a minute.-1?!851?, baby jumpers, (for -a The prowfsoeshapin?roanlmi!che8 fnen,,,) 'I'8. tnck,? hooP P!e?' is m..M elaborate, and only four thoa-i P;,teut '" dyeatufl cork ean.1 five-.l.uudred spl...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 October 1856

o a .' - -' . 3 I i i l! I j t i S 5 i St !' I ? i r ', 3 ' a W. OWALLACE, Let . all the ends thou aim's t at be thy Country's, tbj. God's, . and Truth's.? (PL'IlLlSIlEiK PBOFKICTPU- .. JO. 26-YOL. . FAT IT T E n L LB , TEN N :' : T BUR S J) AY , OCTOBER 16, 1156.- ; , : 4 WHOLE KO. 286. - - - - -- -: "- - - 17 l ri I JuJ t L IC7Tvo Dallitrs for one year if paid at oi ao3criptK)D; two Dollars Mil l lltf CCUU, WITHOUT DEVIATION auertaeexpiration of three months.' ft-TAU Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when connoted, except ajjaiust tb.ose with, whom we have running accounts. . fej"3 ubscribers fai i ingl o order a discontinuance oi tUe paper, at the 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. ' v C7io Paper will bssentoutof the county unless paid for in advance. , tCjAlvertiaements inserted at One Dol Wlarpcr Square of Twelve Lines or Leu, for the fir...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 October 1856

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. , of Postage in Lincoln County N. 0. WALLACE Editor. OrftcE ce At tie stne o:,l Stan..- Signcf tie Obierter Printing X)jet. FAYETrEVILLE, TEXX: . . ' H l ; ' '. Thursday Mornin?, October 16, IS56 Sliiional Sr momrtir irkct. i ' ' Itft'-ttESIDSCT. J. O ES BUCHANAN, OF PSXXS TL ta x:a x JOUN i JWEnClXRlPGR DrascratU Eicctoril TldxL 3-D. 11. Kt t A. XrisvK, cf KaterforJ. . 6-.1a.ys II. TKOJusof Mnrr. T Teojis J. I?Krx3cf Gue. SJ. ti. IVixrrtTES, of Mor.tgcnery. Ka.. J. IX. C ATXix.cf llrrry. Ko. 10 D. 11. Creux, of Sae:by. Dection:Tcesday,XoTfEii)cr 4, 1856 THE PEOPLE! DEMOCRATS, OLD-LINE WUIGS And others favorable to the election of BUCHANAN S BRECKINRIDGE v WILL RALLY IN , HOT II "WW A T IN THIS COUNTY, ON Friday. Oct. 24,1856, A FREE BAHBECO WILL BE PREPARED, And ample provision will be' made for all that may attend. Everybody is Invited to this . . . mm AND SEE Lincoln inherslrensth THE LADIES Are cordially invited to attend and participate with us in the fes...

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