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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 October 1857

IN ji 'W 1 1 I 1 1 i , Ml ! 1 it' It! :1 if lAtyelleville Observer'" :y : , ; J ; - . It will be good news to our ; many Free o f. Postage laf Lincoln County - - TIIUICSDAY. OCTOBER 8, I83T. TO ADVERTISERS! 05" The FOST-OFFICE t.KTTRnXie nMli'ichxl in til B xsr OF FAYET TEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of Congress, which profiles that it shall appear in the Newspaper hiving the - Largest Circulation! Maul) Son 1858. SHERIFF LISCOX.S COCXTT. 07 We are authorized . to ennonn ce Mr. -John Tf. Iflotlow. a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln countv, nt the March Election, 1858. (T We are "authorised to announce Mr. Wiley M. Alexander, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1853. (7-We are authorized to announce A. J. CSiildiess, Esq., a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1833. rgj AtWtrtisemerrtsmiisl be handed intothe 0 (See by T,it.vliy Morning, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. CO A Bequest Easily Granted. 3 f...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 October 1857

ti )t annrr. Tcn Eiihs la "be Observed ii Ma- king Batter. In ni.kiig lulter there are to pen 1 Ol lll.lkilt? fL-M!. fast ft it..- . I lW!C fends il:tiaws -if tie dairy-man, ll.il 11 ml nice 1 1 wt ens in ha Ar,p i iHiR i.rosiwcis, anu a win auu love- tom.the - . . a : . i . . i " it T.inftii'nui, ....:..,. my children Boon blessed him. Un- We .itv i i lit u luu biionjliy iu oiiunir uium, increased U.id n,1k.ns..ot.M be tU;rali.dlt00 common, repaired to tbe house el Ml f rit!; I rltef lav double the ncc i'vt :i(iii (.rifs. 2- s ,.,,.,-f i m,';i win., i l . CI.Mli.t y; n qij'.to t,inn.le, LJt l: Kr.!l!J.I lc In-nif 111 UiLd tfmt two , I'linsn'tut h?df full Cucb will nro ducu a gra!er r. mount i fere;; in than the&ittiu Diiik if ia bat one the icksvu tf this istLe guattrsur I CO. - ' S. cdii g is quito Jin impor tnt fe:tnre in the wiiy of inhbing butter in. ci ol weather; tho crrnni lists tcut h quicker, milk keeps sweet loi-.gtr, the butter is of a letter col cr, and chums in one...

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 October 1857

Main rTafirtrsr---u..i. jneiaaaagMto: MM 'r :'L'ILISI1CB & PKOPKIETOIt: 9t ft. O. WALLACE, J iiOil M). SS7. P A ET T B VlL IJ , W : T B P 5 C T 0 B E II :1ft -1 1 NO. 25 VOL. 7. P (i ,.-t i u j ujj u jj, eLij suyjj fC7Tvvo Dollars forone yearif paid at he tirao of subscription;Tv Dollars Jlrti fifty OeiliS. WITHOUT DEVIATION, after the expiration of three months. -Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when oontra:ted, except against those with ...j. ..... rnnnir:!? accounts. !KT3ilwibert. failing 1o order a discontin- ,nAf t.h naner.atthe cxpiratsonof the. tim, for which theymayKavesuhscrihed,Ji"! , rft.idreJ as wishing to renew; and t will be con'tinaed to them accordingly.-I-TIVo Paper will, be sect out ot .the "ou-.-tv unless paid for in advance. XT Ivrtisciivents inserted t n. Dol- .r per Square f Twelve lAnc pweiyc Lino 'Ce-tts for each, continuance. , liyPoreons advertising by the yenr ill U , Utnn, a Vm rvm. r Lass, for tlie nrsi iui its for ...

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 October 1857

Tin Hi Free of Postage in MucoinCcs&tj O Ci .. Ci, C I- 5 S N o S " f , f OS . CM S o o o ' 1 o.: Q . 1 F e e o O N. O. imLlCE, Editor. Orrrci? j-tj 0, Sttml: Slgnof lie " Obieriet Printing Ojice." , I CQ FAYKTTEVILLK, TEXN: 5 - Mr- c tzi OS . i v U-tf c t - e t- u s o M3 i it 3 T3 C large t(J defray tho current expenses of, . l he State, wheu jaJicioasly and tconouiicaily appropriated, .' lorn full and more dotaucd state- rncut of thy indebtedness of the State, ;iud the true condition of the TreuS ury, Lrnost respectfully refer you to the reports by the Comptroller .and Treasurer." - - ". , I3y an act passed on the 27th day of February, 1855, it was provided early a period a convenience of the ciiizeus will allow - 'That non-resident stockholders should have no control o'ver the moneyed iusiitutiona in this State; they have no interests in common State than for mariy years, and the trol the entire Banking, ticcoinmoila- with the people, and no sympathy surplus products will ena...

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 October 1857

-I v 1! ii I HVPtlorH n nheonrnt, "junviiuvj vuolhu . . - - Fres of Postage la Liacolii Couii.y .- h. TXSUIISDAr. OCTOBi 13. ISS7.1 ss1 IU ASHEuTiSERS ! OCT The FO ST-OFFICE , FAYETTEHLLE OBSERVER, ty authority of an Act of Cor.jnx-ss, whlcU lartnS itSbaH aprCar in hC Lar o-esf Circulation! o 3Harrlj (Ektlion 1B.5B. SHERIFF MSCOLS COUKTT. . We are authorized to. announce Mr, John T. Mallow, a candidate for Sheriff; of Lincoln countv, at the March Election. 1858. j CiT-We-are authorized to anuounce Mr. irilcy M. Alexaiitlcr, a -candidate for riff of Lincoln count r. at the March Elc :tion, 185S. . (WWe are authorized to announce A. J. Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1858. AdvcrtiRcmeuts must be'banded into the 0 iTi ?9 by Taenia if Murning, to insure an appear- i anco in the foilow.ng 1 aer. EST" A Rcyicst EaIy Cracted. 53 C7"Persons purchasing articles advertised in our columns, will confer a favor by mentioning fiit they saw "the - advertisement in the F.1VETTEVILLK OBSEKVEn...

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 October 1857

r.eCTeSagts3taea.s saarn act . anJi aiuq. ..w.iwuv--oirtDLC3. i me Detroit rxce i'ress ten? r flJost stables re coustructed iu pretty good rat story, A young direct violation of every law of mv-'and inexperienced fellow rnn up a ture. They re made to slope from'boari1 which 'rested oq the edge .of ; s tHo ti.v 1 i . u i i! .uJtub half fiiil of water, and while at iie nay rack back to the hulls of the . .. , , . , ,, . leiujuuig iu uiuir., itrii iu. , ji uuurse Webb & McPbail. A EE now in receipt of the lrtrgost JTft stock of New Goods evciOJ brought to this market, direct from the Eastern cities. We are determined to do business in a mer cantile manner, and not to be surpassed in th I Deauty and magnitude of our stock, liavin CHEAPSIDE m STORE! ! "7"E are now receiving, and will in v v a a few days pave an elegant as sortment of all articles belonging to a i. - i. . . i uvratf. mifn i uorse s natural nosi- t . u.j t .r .... Deauiy ana maznunrte of our stocK. iiavin? 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. — 22 October 1857

' - ' - ' ' " r- - . . . ".- . - . . . . ' ' - . " - - v-y ' ' T " - . -. .' ' - . ' i - - ' ' ' ' -' - . ' t' ' " i '. . V ' ' " . . ' '. -. .... " - , ; ' 0,11 -v 'ih?' 'rTn . Tfrrri rrTrm TTTTl 117 'IP T TPf? jnl P :;:'.tE;: rrj;, ; wi u-p Vfm ' -P Iflrf ' i .i.-il.-'. "v- .::v:i. ,iv--v-.y;:.-:--!.-;;' .y vy' ." '".y nj; , . . ; y , y--f; - v, y --y'-- ' ' 1 -.yr""- : r'- y r cer.rjrir -g - ; r'-'-r1-': . y. '': v"".:;-'yT-l'''"-" V' r. y -;j- . -.: -y? - yr wCTr ,vV.t-y'-vv,;; y-y:;v;. -' -v: y -"r-y.-?. -yy - -y y. - -"V v-y- 7. ? : . - . 7 . K ,v .- ' . a3L3H2-ai:iLBMcasf t-;f time 4f .ttbicrintronjTtvo Dollars! yy?-y.'1 y ."Vt. ' . iftar ti4 ipirion of tttMBbii'th : Work; it SaWrwtioiu toWored y , ; " whom .we hT rvtiiijg-fccouiits. - r- tkstrlot wtich the j itiay hate itulissribed, and i disbursing t w frvenae r considered as wUVing to Veriew aiid it f-o Vtirpioferesfar -f ii jK, panp. m be--ainiout 'y xintr anUss bati foV-tn TicUaiu-R: " -! ftVl lrrtUmntw inserted at One B...

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 October 1857

' ; I - . 1 ; . i ton I ; 'WS; o"8rf.iUi descried to rectiy. from the Trirv..luW: tVr- ft I? 1 VAT'TWIll !?, OIOTmflPttXl the present dtTiTEgedireticy -of.tbt; stimulate an:j.brtnut- IT..... . . . - V I LIIli - Dill i. Hi r ii iLr .ui . cirt pnyniehts adopted fy the I3oard, willnabJ tbG;i)iDkrto go f on", with iUrrQe'.nd;.inaint'alD:'its present xircolgtiod.: vWhen - the citi- izcns see- the - present condition , ol tiHhnatery taesUbliah.a school fJ&-j been 'issasjl-eight itandred'andTorty eign for the . bsne'Qt of thyouttr of the -Stnte,. whose opporJunitie ar ii.mif edHTorVt ha J xrxut '- of . pacuniary" is not established upon. suh, a B.i- . fnu ui desired by the Directors: one thousand doIlarXSSlV.OO 0 J;f sir per. cent State Bonds'r the piinc p:il and interest-to te paid but of the ptattf lreasUry, These vixrada con stitute va part of the State dobt, and' must, ultimately, be "uaid outV-nf the though they. hare ,-jjeef BtrugiflglpeopTe's". taxes, v -.-.-against -' ciiiuy'id...

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 October 1857

i - ; - ' . ' . - . U , . - ' 'citi?ensof-: Fayettvill&4o'.. Aa&r. 1 w that he has opened, a r" .. - ' j know r :1857 ! Sli- i: - Xv it: if I-- M Wvv Hy UEI id&ilid I posited ia the arcIuvesth8;Crfpib,urln de-uilt .of ev 4turJr morrrinddngar)d 9 ! J7 brori'ie tht iiha appear m the Xe8i'cr ff W u;S'tr-r4ilL-vwVr 1 ' '! -fcf- nt - -j""' , ' XjS YyTTrWv ricb.-varied anJfcUn8b mbcades all theK ii vVV'i- WC f-ftgret,care,ind wiH be to stslvefiicuj- . - -.o : - .- -a -t - i';-! m Lincoln .ctfunhaDdarify':0' eCt f-. .TCh -9 oni,i;.aW infurm-4heertln:tfiat rny. - :rV-ra v-V' -jy - " - 7' ft -- -' - J V, "f. w."v(?f pp,50per ceayffit tie-tloeslr tPSgfeiiD i .aut Vw--r ; . Air I tek f 1? ofeneA i h?, o. I : Soiid a B.rU,ir . w i . f . T0UBtMfchE,et oripfiCiei.,fq;Dis.;sJQ "f8jwithiiSd ,.&4t" ' .:T.Ci.,G0PDRlCT!. fortHeresehd-approMLw? ww.oift-0w..-: 't,-' ::: ,jtfog!wmof er4Ia price J . - - Lincoln couDtr,t file Slarcb, Section, 1853. jS,lde ly ' EiaeWllb;Jhe Xpung' GptetI ero...

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 October 1857

r 1 it 1 --ilher,aruwramoth.e ! 1 'v . 'r'iteM '1 To Ifpp Irish Potatoes through the In the firsJ'fdapeVe--pru.nefll?it ' ,f veryn.au.'iibo li j if claim to -the ?I lie, f -. of farther: itasj; p;1 tea" - ok potatoes. : " As thcj ritiuife' but. litlTdrVcuUiva-. -.lion, and interfciy-but JiiUo iilh the '-VcoUon:rj.' they ri-g hi per gruvruf. i rwtonM wbaiHepj'w : : tenUUn at-ebt) :1 ' ' ' f-: . -- - - - '-v. i- - -j .VJlrojigh grpye aadwoodland naig; j ', ty Uut lill Jeaucntion l4;is been iiia - X)iard a thotinod-foice rawidiv': 1 A ' vxfienWts olsiouedr ia 'prpcuricg V'-'.-f .'"-' : O,??'-' -M 't'i-S 0.0 ?H., - t give our plu"iC keeping potatoes : -thxougVthi wiate'rai ief ' y praic4expeflerice.;Wbettthe.. V, . Tines die, IS the lime UQ dig; they vHeer-cbanging to:'.; V.vV'. - Mooroins Goods: ".VA:; i;f .bdoum uty.cemovea 10 inBpaae wr for A few minutes., tbey wilUurn yeK low! tee .' - - r und will 'uot; ;fceep ;JXext,..;a8 .stHdeaciaiiguagrul l rhtii? S'S n-Iruentlyreaclres .tbemrp...

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 October 1857

- . ' ' ; , ' ' -- -. 1 ' .. ' ' .j"" I : , i .-..-.- - c -'-'-- ,r - - j,,.'..""' 'rrViii'M'rrr"'! 'rn'r1"'-" 1 i ! a i v N0. 2T.--V0L. 7. : P; W ' ; !: " pfl : HI n ' '"- fl F f::A V;:..v K : i ! 'F ; S ' jf ; r I (1 ' ?J:-:P' vr.'' v '. .! ' WHOLE , 1 . . . .. . : ? ':t' 0 ' jfjac.jEtc:'ittn.roa:s iryTwo illari f oroiie yearif paid at . tliatitni ofabscriptiou;Tw Dollai" 'it I FiUy eiit,wiTaooTDBV-iATiowr "Vkfiaf the-expiration f tiirca months. JcC7..ll Bill for Ad vertiscinents,-Job-Work,. tor. Subsoriytion, considered due wheh cdatracted.eicept against tios with li-ni we huvo running aceonnta. - fori ibribers failing Vo order a discont)n- p , uincc of the paper, at the expiration of the tinii for which thov may nave uuu., . re.considerad as wishing to renew;, and it t will be continued to them accordingly. i Paper vill ba sent out of the x'-nuftty a nte paid for in adTance. -C-AdrtitenteBti-inseTted at Otte loi- r per Square of Twelve Wuej or Lrs, for the. first insertion; riii...

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 October 1857

1 r 4 A FAYETTEV1LLE; OBSERVER. Free of Postage in I.lnmfn ro,,,T o ' VVUltlJ N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Omct-A( the tiwe Old Stand: " Obserret Printing Ofict." Sign of pa FAYETTE VILLE, TEKK: TkuraIajft5Ioriiing, October 29. 1S5T The Financial Alarm. ' . The. present Bevere stringency in the money "market in nil the principal cities throughout the United States has led to a panic in some quarters 'i; .which, iu our deliberate opinion, is .-. iS m?st . ungrounded -hiajm will, v," &jv'w which a 1 people were ever visited. .lT''v .This stringency has been brought on f - il. . i i i . i by the failure of the Ohio Life and .1 V.n nlc. .Brokers connected with it, which has precipitated the fall of a few . houses, that were probably tottering s before. ''The "failures have generally been connected with the stock opera tions. The panic seized the banks, and in the city of New York hloae ' they 'contracted their circulations a . bout 59,000,000 in less than one month in the midst of the fal...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 October 1857

one of the ELECTIONS. In speaking of tbe late election re sults, the Washington Union says of the Pennsylvania victory: Never -.was '.-triumph more com plete! Both branches of the State 1 1 J r i ' a . n f?ji? ps; f ; etuis wui senu, wunoui cnarge, a copy .LiegisiHiure largely uemocrauc, ana All W bLii idfcvLH& !of each cf the beautiful Porinits, in the democratic! candidate furgoveri:- tTFT'AJZ LIST 0F oil colors, of Gen.' Washington and elected by a majority cf about LELThlia is published in tho o Vr iLntmnn lt J rill LtLlLlt I U Li Li UUOIjUI Jjil, "V .t.vV., Favetteville Observer Grthamg zine- , This is without doubt Pfec of Postage in Lincoln CourJyest monthlies in the Union. The - - -- i- J number for Kovendxr is a gem. To 1 mmsPAV. octobek aa. issr. 6abscrilCTfor ls58i jj. TO CI)f3Hariu!s!ffliiutfs inivicfiui ' Cotton. The transaction, limited 619 bales, at full rricee 10(212 Kew Orleans, La Cotton sales, 3000 bales. Middling 10. Sugar 10(311 cents. . Molasses 40 45. Flou...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 October 1857

'SaGafSafeSa i'ii 'sf fii i i ' Clje nnnrr. MAKING MANURE. Every individual who owns any lmd s!iaM sivj ' every particle of 'manaw nvicL on his promises, arid husband it with thd utmi st care. In the fir-it ptocvi look at your barn yard; how is it constructed? Does a stream of water ran through it, depriving your uvuiure of its best xjualities and 1 - ! A. a . a 1 1 1 A na.-uuig u ui'.o me nipiway ( ji so. alter it at once, or mike a new one ia a diln rent place. It thould be to constructed that no water can get in-' i to it, except from the clouds, and keep as much of 'that out as possible by sheds with roofs turning out ward. Lit it be a little hollowing in the centre. ' Always keen a trood supply of absorbents, uch as tiv.imp muck, roid scraping-, leaves, rich loam from under fence-, which hive accumulated for a quarter of a cent u ry, f-roducing nothing but a vrauk and most unsightly growth of weds arjd bushes; in short, any thing that comes handy that will retain the liquid mat...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 November 1857

: - 'i ? & 3 11 V 4 iw 1 1 I Lct all the end thou1 at be ihy Country., chy God' and Truth." PLItLlSIlEB A fltOPKlETOH. N. 6. Wallace. .: f; I mi Wf p If in T7 J NO. rtL 7. or JB3 arajMc, tC7Tvvo Dollars forone yeirif paid At the time of subscription;!'! Dollar ai:l c'iftjr Cetit( witboct ditiatioy, after the expiration of three months. $C7II Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due trheu contracted, except against those with whom wre hare running accounts. vTJubjsribers failing order discontin uance of the pAper, at the expiration ol the "time for which they may have subscribed, are eonidared as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. k :tir will be sent out of the hi it? unless paid for in advance. SfT-vlertisements inserted at Owe Dol lir pcrSamireofTwelve Line or Lrm, for the first insertion; Filly Cent for each continuance. ICJPerRrtns advertising by the rear trill be chargad Forty Dollars fora whole col umn, Twreiiiy Dollar...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 November 1857

it i : : 0BSERTO.1 VP rrtrwl .ce of Posfage la Lincoln Connty N. 0. WALUCE, Editor. OrncK At the same Old Stand: Signof tJ " Obwver Printing Oftce." FAYETTEV1LLE, TENN: Thnrsday Morning,November 5,1857 A Paper Currency the Canse of oar Financial Troubles. r The following letter, written by General Washington more than sev enty years ngo, on the paper or bank currency question, will be read just now with more than ordinary inter est. It fchould be read, studied and reflecteJ on by every boy and man in the Union: , "Mount Vernon, Feb. 27, 1787. . ' Dear Sir: Your favor of the 30th ult. came duly to hand. To give an opiuion in a: cause of so s inuch importance as that which has warmly agitated the two branches cf your Legisture; and which, from the appeal that is made, is likely to create great, nnd, perhaps, dangerous divisions, is rather a delicate mat ter; but as this diversity of opinion is on a subject which has I believe, occupied the minds of most men, and ns my sentiments there...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 November 1857

g in m in i mi i i FayeUeviHe-GbseiHler free TO A niflTD TlOCn O f HW U fe.il I 101.110 I (KT The FOST-OtFICE LIST - OF LETTERS U published in the EAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER, : by authority of ' an Act of ' Congress, which provides that it ah all appear in the Newspaper having the' ' ' - - Largest Circulation! 1 flktlj (Elf ttion 1858. '" SHERIFF LISOOLN CCCKTT. ftr- We are anthorir-ed to annonn ce Mr. John T. Ittotlow, a c&ndidate for . Sheriff j tof Lincoln ceantr, nt the March Election, 1858. 05" We are authorized to announce air. Wiley HI. Alexander, a candidate for feheriEf of Lincoln ' county, at the March Election, 1858. (JWe are -authorized to announce A. J. Childress, Esq., a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1858. TRUSTEE LISC0LV C0C5TT. '. ft We are authoriznd to announce A. S. Hand olpb, Esq., a candidate for Trustee of Lincoln county, at the March Election. 1853. frr We are authorized to announce WmJ Necld, Esq., a candidate for lrustee or L...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 November 1857

z.i bt fsmtt. About Aitonii Work is Orchards. At this season of the yer farmers j A gentleman conversing with ia are more frequently in their orchards jdy friend, a short timo since, cluimed thauBny othef. Judging from the (tbat l,e couW Prodoon- tho hoop . , . ... , question any verse she might choose tepl.es ni.de to seme inquine, asto mtdm nhmm the condition of the bark, in rk- of ;e the following verso from the Old Insects, depredations,., wa rnr e ! St ton:- some occasion to fear that many re-1 Nigh to a grays that was newly made gard not the State uf , their trees, j . t r .1 iuu van (Li o nu nwvuut vuij vi hid I amount Ol loeir proUUCQ even alter ; a. 1 lepoated visits to their orchards. If, , i n snail neeisewnere ana everywnere nm c uuis iuuuu i k niiuiu a iiuiiiku circle of observation, it will hi gen erally true that theew who giveevi- (lence of having observed and Cared for the condition of theif trees, or bav ver taken an s eci al ains to ave ever a enany specia pain 0 ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 November 1857

" ' 'V- "" --:-': - !V-- -l-.v - .. t . s- V - l! K,' 0. WALLACE, J "Let all the ends . thou Hint's t at be' thy Country's,, ihr Ood', and Truth's.' . ? . ... ; t .- - , . - . ,. J , ;, ...... : ., . rtCLrsiiLK ft'rnoruiLTOi:; N0V 20.VOL. 7. P A Y BT T E L LB, T E N N: ; f FI CR SD i F r N 0 V E M B E R j 2 I T. WHOLE M m. ICPTiro Daltars forone yearif paid at tlu tiias of subscrijtiou;Tw tllurs si I I'iftjr Cents, without deviation, aftar thd axpiratioii of tliree inoutL.8. tr5kll Kills for Advertisement, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contrasted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. tfC7" J ibsoribers failing to oder a discontin- a-iiioe of the paper, at tne expiranon 01 me tun 3 for are considered 3 vmuine will be continued to them accordingly. T'Tiit Iiter will he. eeut out of the j i.ittf nulcsspaid for in advance. CO"-' I'ertisements inserted atOm ol- lir per Square of Twelve Lines or.Less, for. the first inbertion ; Tilly Celts for each con...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 November 1857

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln Ccuntj CrtPv3 ;" ' 1 of its duties with an unaffected dis PK' ; : Jtrust ofmy Hbility to give full nod i$S5ck ; 'iotire satisfaction. : TTT .JT. T N. 0. WALLACE. Editor. 'DrncK-Jttheiwe 'ohlStand? SW ' UOKrret 1 riimiiy v,.tce. FA YETT SEVILLE, TENN: ' ; TIinrdayIori!in,NoTfDibcrl2,lS57 THE INAUGURATION. At 11 A: M s on Taisday, of last week, tho Uu'l of thellonse of Kep . reseututives in the State Capitol., was filled with a Trry large concourse of J . citizens and stringers, among whom ;there rnsalnliitnt arrrtv of ty of the city and State, to witness fnn TT;,, r,s Hov.mor. At 11 ! J Jl V L a . . a J u W v N precis ;ly, the Speaker of the Sen ate with Gen. Harris, and the Speak er of the House, with Gov. Johnson, entered the Hall, and took their pla ces on tho.. Speaker's stand. Music followed, and - then an eloquent pray er bv the Rev K. 15. C, Howell. . Gov. Johnson delivered a short val edictory on vacating the office; and v;is ...

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