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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 October 1856

. - V FajUeVHleObserver Free of Postage la Lincoln, County! mUKSDAV, OCTOBEB 16. I 56 r r The - POST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS i published in the n : v FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER,-- V authority of an Act of - Cotiot-ash ,.?,. provides, that it shall appear ia the Newspaper having r the j . s J . . - 5 Largest Circulation! Piinsylf atria Eleetion. AH eyes iitQ taroed fo tVelftsal of uhs coming Stalo election; we give me Totes 01 .be last two. elections. Sr A Request Easily Granted. 7 C"Perons purchasing article advertised In r columns, will confer a favor by ment ioning -rjia. mey iawf tne Advertisement :in the ATSITKVILH UBSEBVEBjEQ CT -A-dvcrtigementamnstbe handed into the voice oy liutda'j Mornmg, to insure ah aprear uce la the following Paper. - Neat!? Printed Blanks. ' f 0BlrtWes" anJ Justices blanka just printed iui iug h ouruess ctieap. . , M CCrAdvertiseraentt are inserted in the or- a Jawnicu they art banded 5n. . Ueliioas- - 5 We are indebted to oar friend, Itev. 7. W, Cullom, 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. — 16 October 1856

r rA -I 4 i . t Jiaaafaclare ut Soap. Pur whit 6oa la jQipase4 of; fcttVacid. ilk alkuJi. urU wtPr vf waist l, v( JVua ! bar; soap is. rwt & sJiopN a that vt" g oft so,.?.'. Wbir j i ... u. ii. .. oLOCt- SLirvav uH-. tot aa, t,b wvlwz turn, U ; ffW, nhey woul lot me have it"--b2 ix tb wnl v?tMy but th Th tokens thy wou t I'd like UaV mtri a Uxr4 fox tiu skv jv to kuvf tho rj:oa!'.' All our coBinwa txvva svj coiv j IJecaase,V. Tepliod the fellow, tniaTv$h. Cvlvfhjiu or rviu U Ktokiug to see that the dcor was open, fo'ubla ia a clastic u'kli, hcuw its HH.Taus the letter wasn't lor you!" adaptability to iuero&d ths quantity j The chap retroated from tho room cf cur common sap3. Its use is so suddenly, while an ink-stand followed common, aud as it produces lather him at a sp-jed of about 54:40.' with water, it is not generally held to I ' be an adulteration, still it does not! A recent writer asserts that the Produce rrowr usoui&citioa. The le&i a knows, the wider he car...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 October 1856

1. i EL. f ; f i 1 I K. O. WALLACE, "Lei all .the ends thou aiiu'st at be-thy Country's, thy God'i, and TruiliV PUBLISIIEK PROPIUETOH. X J JIJ sia-1 Ls eJsJi Li ii! 1 V NO. 27-V0L. 6. ICfTvo Dollars for one year if paid ta the time of subscription; Two Dollniy SlId Flfty UciltS, WITHOUT DEVIATION -arthojxpirationof three monihs. Id VU Bills for Advertisements, Joh or Subscription, considered due. when co itraited, except against those with whom ! ,e hare running accounts. C7issribersfaiiiutoordera discontinuance oi the pajwr, 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. I CP-No Paper will besentoutof the county unless paidfor in advance. iCPAlvertisements inserted at One "dol lar per Square of Twelve Line or, Lc9, for the first insertion; Filly Cent for each continuance. t(3 Persons advertising- by the year, will ho charsrelTIilrty Dil:irK for a whole col- tnnn, A wen I y toiisii ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 October 1856

.My FAYETTE? ILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln County N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Orncs- At tie j.ujk OU Stm.i: Sifnof the 1 Oiwrwr Printing OJlce. rAYETTEVILLE, TEXN: Thursday Morning, October 23, 1856 j 3hitonal Drmorrntif Cirkrt. TOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, O.P PEXSSrLVAXIA. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT,' JOHN C, BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. Democratic Electoral Ticket. FOR THE 6T'TE AT I.AROE. "William H. Polk, of Maury. laSAX G. Harris, of Shelby. FOR THE M5TRICTS. 1 Samuel Towell, of Hawkins. 2 Ji.MES V. McIIesbt, of Overton. 3 D. M. Key, of Hamilton. 4 E. L. Gakdexhike, of White. B E. A. Kekble, of Rutherford. 6 James H. Thomas, of Maury. 7 Thomas J. Brows, of Giles. ' 8 J. O. Poispexteb, of Montgomery. 9 J. P. C. AtkikS, of Henry. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. 10 D. M. Ccbeis, of Shelby. El&ctioa: Tuesday. Norember 4, 185C To-Jlorrow ! TirMrMTTP tv.- l flPAVTl iiJl.uiyiu tu viic uxtr RALLY takes T.laCu at MULBERRY " t- j to-morrow, t nday.) Let us all go I THE PROCESSION wil...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 October 1856

Wars: Fayetleville Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln County! Thursday, oltober 23. 1856 TO ArUfCFlTIQnnC MU U Cll I lOCElO ' . 0r The POST-OFFICE LETTERS is published in the LIST OF FAYETTEVILLH OBSERVER, hy authority of an Act of Congress, which I iMuviues iuu ifcbnati appear in me Newspaper having the Largest Circulation! , A Request Easily Granted. CPersons purchasing articles advertised in our columns, will confer a favor by mentioning that they saw the advertisement in the Fayetteville ObserveHjQ fy A'dvcrtisementemustbe handed into the Office by Ties lay Morning, to insure an appear ance iu the following Paper. Neatly Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed and for sale at our desk cJieap. - &CT"Advertisements are inserted in the or do? in which they are handed in. Methodist Preachers Tennessee Conference of the Meth odist Episcopal Church, South, was in session in Huntsville last week. Be low may bo found the appointments of Preachers for the local...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 October 1856

Atload to lie Legs of Yoar llorscs. : Conquering tb Important func t'jns ns-Mguud lo .tbe legs and feet, i;poa'fchicIi a great portion of the horse's vaia-3 d-p;nd, it is a m ittcr f surprise that more attention is not bestowed on thi suljtefc. There :.r ma.jy lr,?edurs who never think of iaitcliiig them till the animals urc about to be 1 Token, 01 if they ob-s(-rvo anv hripei factions, they Lave the remedy to iis f.Ue. The legacf jo-.iug horiis r.ny be justly coinjar rTto vi:l6v twig?, yon m iv lr;ua them to,a!uuist.wh:itforia you j'leuse. y yart f il -Mid judicious treatment, rn'mv !'- (U m:iy be n litved or cor f:cicd.Tf attack d ia therarlitststige, ItLre th'i p-irta have assumed an unvif-ldiajr tt-xture. Many of the imi rlectiuiis to wh":ch the form o thi kg is susceptibly nay be turn-id to a orthn cf the hoof Living b.;eu broken, worn nva. or clipped oil" In the event of suth ::ccideuts, the opposite iide of the' hoof grows more luxuriantly, and the weuktst portion, cr lo r li...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 October 1856

Ill T.I m r f 5T n. as r Si. O. WALLACE. "Let All the endi thou aim'tt at ' be thy Country's,' thy God,' arid Truth'.' ( PUBLISHES dt PKOPaiETOIt. NO. 28-VOL 6. F A YET T E VIL LE , f E N 9 T MUMU " 0 C f 0 B Ifl S O V 1 Ul i WHOLE AO. M, i . . . . l-T V ""ar.for one Tesrif taiJ t ae tamo of sabBcrintion? Tu-a n mm J 1 " v It? C r cents, without deviation "ertae expiration of tfrree month's. Kills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription.considercd due, when vuiraaea, except against those with whom nave running accounts Cr3absoribersfailingtoordcra discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of the time lot which they may have subscribed', are con- tuerea as wishing to renew; and it will be vuuunoetj to them accordingly. - . , lCJflf Paper will b sent out of the county "'cpuioria advance. - lC7AdVertisements inserted at One Dot far per Square of Twelve Lines or Le, for the first insertion; Fifty i,enis lor each continuance. ICJ Persons advertising by the year, will V charged...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 October 1856

FAYETTSVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in LlntolnConnij N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrnviAii!ieim oid stand:. Sign of tu " Observer Printing Ofice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning, October 30, 1S56 Slatiannl Dmiarmiir (Eirkrt: ' TOW' PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, : ' of Pennsylvania. FQR VICK-FRESIDENT, JOHN 0. BRECKINRIDGE, .. OF KENTUCKY. Democratic Electoral. Ticket. . FOR THE 8TTK AT LARGE. : " Wiluah H. Polk, of Maury. Jsbak O." IIabeis, of Shelby. , . FOB THE DISTRICTS. To. 1 Sahckl Powell, of llawkins. Ho. :2JAMEf W. McIIeskt, of Overton. So. .3 L. M. Key, of Hnmilton. 20. 4 E. L. Gardeshice. of White. 'o' 5--E. A. Keeble, of Rutherford.' Ko. James II. Thomas, of Maury. So. .7 Thomas J. Rjtowy, of Giles. No. 8 J. CJ. PoiJfDKXTER, of Montgomery. "No. 9 J. D. C. Atkixs, of Ilenrr. Yo. 10 D. M. Cohrin, of Shelby." Eloctlon: Tuesday, November 4, 1856 DON'T FORGET, that the GRAND RALLY takes place . at J : BOON'S HILL to-day, (Thursday.) - - It will .be a Jubilee! Next Tuesday! Befo...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 October 1856

t u 1 '. .1- ettQville Observer . Free of Postage In Lincoln Conntj! THURSDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1856 TO. ADVERTISERS! KT The POST-OFFICE 'LETTERS is published in the . FAYETTE VILLE: OBSERVER, by authority of m Act of , Congress, which provides that it shall appear iff the Newspaper taring the Largest Circulation! - A Request Easily Granted. 3 CCrPersons purchasing articles advertised in oar columns, will confer a favor by ment ioning that they saw the advertisement in the Patettevills ObsebveeXO ; ' t3"ft5"'Advcrti8ementsmustbe handed into the Office by Tuesday Morning, to insure an appear- nce in the following Paper. Neatly Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed ad for sale at-our desk c7tap. OCT Advertisements are inserted in the or der in which they are handed ?n. . ' ; ; " The Ladies One of the mast pleasing items of the great Mnibery Barbecue one ; that elicited as much commendatory 1 -remark as any other was.the Com pany of Ladies, representing the va rious ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 October 1856

&)t annrr. GUANO TRADE, In our last, under the head of mar ket we alluded to the fact that Gua no larooght to this rountry, in other ports than that of Baltimore, was not subject to inspection, and that farmers should be on the alert that Ibey had not an inferior article palm ed off on them, as it was believed that the guano now being imported, was no) to bo relied on, in all cases, as equal to that heretofore received; and il not inspected, loss might ensue. The, information' alluded to, we fiud in the New York Evening Post, and copied into the Baltimore A- mencan ana omer papers, auu .1 j ,,!9 obtained fivui a centkman who had II j , been engMed in loading a ship at Chincha UUnds, and had been there 6everal times. He gives some in teresting iufurmatian about the trade, the Coolies, &c, at the Islands, which we omit, and give the facts alluded . to by us. lie says; The islands are about ten miles from the main land, and are compos ed of new red sand stone. The gu ano is not...

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 November 1856

rn cfl err- .V H ILfjl It ! X i i J i - N. 6. WALLACE, Let all the ends Ckou aim'st at he th j Country's, thy God's, and Truth's.' l'UISLISIlElt St PllOPKIETOlt. NO; 29. VOL. (!. FAYETTE VILLE, TEJV1V: TMRSMF, NOVEMBER 6, 1856, WHOLE i0. M f ' - J ' llrHi YlnTI TWI II IB 111 i JL. vtCTivo IJJl.irs for one yearU paid ta - e tIiae. f subscription; 'f 'wo Dollar Fifty C.MltS, WITHOUT DEVIATION . ,ftrthe3xpirationof three months. ICT fcll i 1 1- for . Advertisements, Job W. or .S.ibcription, considered due, when o itra Jto.l, except against those with whom wa have running accounts. tiCT"i ibj-ibjr.fajiinloorJcra discontinuance of tiij i pip jr, at ttu expiration of the time for wdhii tixiy may h we subscribe.!, areewiw si Ijrjl as wishkig to renew; and it will be ! co iciiiu.3 1 to them accordingly. l'C7. Pujcr will bssentoutof the county unless paid for in advance. tCJX ljrt'uemsnts inserted at One Zol lurper i;i:irc of 'i'neive Lines or L:yi. for tin first insertion; PiSty T . - Cents...

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 November 1856

FAYETTEVILLS.OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln County N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. O rnei!-- fa same OM Stand: Sign of tU " Observer Printing OJice." FAYETTEVIL'LE, TENN: Tharsday5Iorning,NoTcmbcr6,1856 Black Eepubiifan Fusion. We hear a good deal now-a-days about the fusion and confusion of par ties, but the moat natural fusion was! that. going on between the "Fremon ters" and the "niggers." It is, toj our mind, perfectly natural that there . should be a fusion of such elements.; Those'fellows who preach the doctr'mo that, "r negro is as good as a white .man,' and better too, are perfectly right; that U if they are to be taken astho common mean of the white race. We 6ee by the 'papers (and they nercr lie) that this kind of fu vVion was quite popular with the Bup- porters of Fremont, and the negroes, of course, embraced it with a good warm, well-scented hug. The fol lowing is from a Grawfordsville,.Indi ana, pHper. Read it, and be aston. ished. if vou cob. We are not at nil surprised: ...

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 November 1856

Fayettevillc Observer Free ef Postage ii Lincoln Ccnnty TUUBSDA1T. NOVEMBER 6, 1856 TO ADVERTISERS! ftcr The POST-OFFWK Betters u published in the LIST OF FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act cf Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper Laving the Largest Circulation! S&A Request Easily Granted, 07Per8ons purchasing articles advertised in ourcolamns, will confer a favor by mentioning that they aavr the advertisement in the FaTKTTKVILL OB9tBVEB0 t3 Advertisements must be handed into the Office by Tuesday Morning, to insure an appear ance ia the following Paper. Neatlr Printed Blanks. -1 Constable' and Justices' blanks just printed vni for sale at our desk ckeay. Humors of Fakonbrldge , T, B. Peterson, 102 1 Chesnut-st, Philadelphia, has in press, to be teady for sale by all booksellers, on Monday, j December 1st, "The Humors of Fal conbeidqe:" by the late Jonathan F. Kelley, better known to the reading public by his signatures of ''Falcon bridge, ' "...

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 November 1856

armiir. . "Medical Use of Salt. Ia ifi iay cases of disordered stoni acb, a teaspoonfull of 6alt is a certain carj, n the violent internal aching term jd colic, add a teasnoonful of salt to a pint of cold water; drink it and go to bed; it is one of the spee diest remedies known. .The same will revive a person who seems almost dead fioai receiving a heavy fall, I J1 etc. In an npopltct'o fit, no time should be lost in pouring down salt and , vatcr. if suflicient sensibility remain; t ,.n f uii.;n... ;r ,lceeded. .suitiatr the action to the yj utiuii v, Bnauuniui it uui. iuo: head must wa salt tient from the lethargy baudagea removed from the neck t , 'inen, may It please ine UOUrt, sran.i. wncre tie will be pleased to attend to ter.untll the Senses return, when -jj' t )U thfl - all order. for Groceries from Bedford andsur- will rnmr.lftplv restnro Hip tvi- l- i- . ,,e., rounaing counties. AH those indebted to the wni completely restore me pa- his knee thus, began, shifting them old f...

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 November 1856

' ;v -- v l"- ''v :fT;- , . ' .4 . . . ' ... - - :. - ' . r -! . - ... , ' - . . . . - : . - , a- . - . l' MA ,1 ! I; if '7 i: : r F PU1SLISIIEIS & PEOriSIETOB-- - - A ' i , " " ' ' " 1 -' 1 . - - - ' " w i i i. .... r . . ..j.. T ....-.. u -.-ft ! 1 . . . , . J . : t 5 1 '-- - if If. O. WALLACE, v.-- r (fiOHOt'tf. lOTivo Doiura'.'fdrjjne feirif pa!d taK4t was ii -'the jfringxif'184 ihat tha time f subicuption; Two. DolU.i - f- . .fa ..I. uitd Fifty Cett. wixhoot jTIation fterth.f sxpLratwnof three njonlks. ICJA.!! tlilt 7or AjJverGseinerita," Joh Vork,or Subscririoa.ctMuiiJerad-due, when cq.itrAJtad, ecpt ajtuast ttbsd'witli whom , Va'tiiro-rannfri "acc6unts." s ' 4 COJibiib6rirfaitinglo order (TiscohtiDuaTice f,rtli4p3r; t the xpkatio;t of tha time ; for wljhsli thsr mav have siitcriel are con- BKiarea as yriettiug 19 renew ana ii win oe conuaued to them accordingly, n t . C7.o Fiipcr 'ViU be sent out of ihe county unless 6atdf6r4BrRdvance 4-l' - Jc3Alveftisement8: 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. — 13 November 1856

t-- ..v .. - ".,4..-. .... . .. .. . . - . - ; - . . . . , - " " cFAYEf TEVILLE OMRVM Free of Postage In Lincoln Connty N. 0. WALLACE. Editor. OrncK At tie mt OF,i Sland; Sign nf th lOburva Printing 0it. : FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: TharsiJiy Morniag, Nov. 15, 1856. THE. ELECTION. -, . As we predicted ia last week's Observer Mr. Buchanan is elected by the people having received "all the slave States but Maryland and Penn- sylvan, NewJcan iu ire cuuea. oaiuunut not ueam irom. " 1 he result miy De summed, up as follows: For Bachansn, in tho Sonth, ; Add Pennsylvania, v r New Jersey, , . : . a a rf '27 . J. .13 159 Indians, Total; And C-ilifornw, with four votes,. to hear fromT - As 149 are sufficient foro prepaid let ersvshou d be cancel- a choic?, th. certain. result may be considerwd ? Fillmore and Donalson carried only 'carry newspapers out of the mails, one State: Maryland: They appear! r 8Re or attribution among regtf- tb hive been hitter pill a very bitter pill to the South. ' ; ; ; J ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 November 1856

' dr"- FtfeyHle Otiserrer Free of Postage iii Lincoln County THURSDAr.'OVEJIliEX 1$. IS 3-0 TO ADVERTISERS! IjT lh SOST-OFFICE LIST OF .tSTJCU8 is published in the , . . - FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of ConsTess" which rroTiilM that itsbaH appear ia ths Newspaper aving :the .. . ' Largest' Circulation! A Request Easllj Granted. GrPersijas purchasing articles advertised in ur columns, willconfera favor by mentioning that jthev saw' the " 'advcrtiienient In the FATBTTBVtLtg ObSBRTKBJEQ ' -' "tttr Advertisements must be banded into the Office by Tutt lay Murning, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. . . . . . - f Ncailj Printed Blanks.-:1, Constables' and Justices' blanks 5uat printed ad for sale at our desk cheap. - ceived.at bis Prug ancl Yaneiv; jStore, tractiTo miscellaneous, slock, to which the attention of purchasers is invited. Many articles not usually, kept, may be found at his House; Goiand see. Advertisement next week-:y 4 Broken Open Some pers...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 November 1856

- i "-4 ; . v. iff k Hi H III I 111 il r 1 l ; ::; III r i i ' 1 1 i- '- u r- ; H ' - ''i ' . f , -. -? - i- i ! - i v 6' r 51 ?V .; ' .."'A: '':-.' v. .. . V . . . - ar w . . i - -j. . r . v: A Crasade upon Hair JOils. : A a oU London Magazine has ft regular crusade upon hair oils, from whlcVwe extract the following? If the Sadies will trust to 'our tci oco on the tu!j-t "of Jiair, in the first pr.ica we jau assure them, '-most ;onfide:sly"f tiiato faras it from Mug tnie that oils and 'pomatums iiiefease the lutr the hair, their fclL-ef is to diminish ' that V poljah which it miutally possesses-; while,' white vec gloss tliey may'. giy 'to hair-which is naturally' dull, Is iaktT nd like all -falsities,. .'disgusting'. Absolute cleanliness by means bfwa ter alone, to com'mepce, followed by rusSjingno the directiQa- of the hair, itself,' in i dry - state, is- the . true iiiethod of giving to the hairll the .polish ot which.it4s .susceptible; audi it is the'eSTect ofoil3of all; liidtl...

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 November 1856

. t. EjFaTf uJ 1 n HD '''.li-Blfcl'.'.is I 1 ' is: l f I . : VJ S I i i i zJ SziEd i:J is : -EsIS Ji U t3 !f. O. WALLACE. J , "Let all the ends-thou alm'st at be thy Country', thy God's,, and Truth's." I'CBLISIIEK A FXXOPIIICTOB.- ; NO. 31. VOL. G. 13 Tyro Dollars for one year if paid ta tnetirm of subscription; Two Dollars muif Coals, without devhtioh "ertueexpirationof three months. ' WAll It 1 II for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contrasted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. W -3 J baribersfa: Single order a discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; and it will be . eoQtmaed to them accordingly. 4C7WoPaier will be sent outof the county unless paid for in advance. ti3A i?ertisements inserted at One Dol larper Square of Twelve Lines or Lets, for the first insertion; Fitly Cents for each continuance. $C3Peron 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. — 20 November 1856

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. i N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. dwelt At tJit itiwt 07 J Stand: Sign of the " Observer Printing Off.ce." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning Not. 20, 1856.! THE NEXT CONGRESS. Representatives to the next Con gress have already been elected from 17 States, and are classified by the New York Journal of Commerce as follows: t. Next Congress. Dtm. Opp. Missouri, . . 4 3 Aikausas, 2 Iowa, 2 Vermont, - 3 . Maine, " - ' C Florida, 1 South Carolina, C Pennsylvania, 15 10 Ohio, 8 13 ... Indiuna, ' C 5 Massachusetts, "11 Michigan, 4 New Jersey, 3 . 2 Delaware, 1 - Wisconsin, 3 New York, 12 21 Illinois, 6 4 17 States. C3 , 87 G3 Opp. maj. thus far 24 The opposition majority in the above States in the present Congress the Journal of Commerce puts down nt 88. California elected two members on the 4tb iost., but who they are, and to what party they belong, re mains to be ascertained. The States which have yet to 1er.t "R.pnrcsentatives to the next Congress are: : 1 Alabama, 7; Co...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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