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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 January 1858

4. i -. 4 - . " ' It is always ba'mful to bs ' to re- cord Ihc loss of life. Op last Moo Free of Postage in Lincoln Connrj 'TliUUS&AY, JAXUJLIIY- 23. 1858. 'ABUEQTiSERS S OP 05 The" FOST-i OFFICE LIST LETTERS is published, in the j ... r FArETTEHLLE OBSERVER," provUes tnat ltshall appeal in the Newspaper ; d . Having .. ine .. - .. ,; - : v-." Largest' Circulation! - t. l' J H, I 3EarfjT (!ttlioii 1858. FHEEIK7 LINCOLX COUKTY. " ' ' - CO We are authorized to announce Mr. John T. Motto?. A candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1838. ' ffcr"-We are authorized to announce Mr. Wiley JI. Alexander, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the March 'Election. 1S58. ftTWe are authorized to annonncn A. J. cb iM i ess, a candidate for Sheriff of i paper recently started in Memphis, Lincoln Count v. at th March Election . 1SSS.. it - w ., . ' oy uutton. uauawav y Jo. it is OCT We are authorized to announce Mr. a large, Well filled," flcally printed, j -;it;...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 January 1858

lje arratr. Colic in Dorses. As there have been two or three receipts published in uor journal for the euro of the' disease, I beg leave to communicate one, hoping that it may prove useful to as many ns may have neeel to try it ' I have tried it frequently nnl. have never found it. to iYiI, when all other reme dies failed to produce any effect. , There are two kinds of colic, one known as spasmodic or cramp coic. ... . . . :t ' 1:.. tbe other is termea tne gravei cone The latter ; i3 somewhat different in symptoms and requires different treatment. In the first place the horse does not cramp, but lies more on bis back bringing the region of the kidney in contact with the ground;he bites his sides and scratch es Klmsf1 If frenuentlv. Any person by a little ooservairon, c;iu e:ieu distinguish between the two a marked difference, so as not to mistake one for the other. - Fur; the cramp colic take two ounces of aloes, one ounce of . gam bose, and thirty drops of croton oil; divide into t...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 February 1858

4- ' - ' . . ' ? . , - . . ' . - -f - . " 1 . : . . - - ' --. . . . $'"- . , . - r ' ' - ' - .- - - - -';-- : . V - ' . K . : ' V .. ' J-V ' ' '''" '" ; ' '!;'':' -'mf -i,,,; ,iM"rmr'i - t '"niiiii'Mii im 'it iii ' i , ,;Mi,,i-i ii' im in mi- , " iff " ' ' ----sgfs -gssasrggr3 P If tip t y i . I : ;tl Ii; : ;1S: f15 ? fliM :r ffffSB" 'l' '. '. ' , . V'Vt-T -r-" : " .' " ' ,-',?4;.p:c4 , - - --7? - - " . ' V " w'-. ' '"VV'V ' - - '-.' -.:;.Let all the end ton alnt'tiat . be ; ihj Country's, , thjr :.Ga4 r a . T . ! . - - - 1 - . t , ... . - O. WALLACE. . - 1 . ' " .- , . a-. ' . ' - S. - . - -. ' i . ' 1 - 1 I ICTTwo Dollars for one year if paid at inotrraa of subscrIption;Xw Dollars afi,iirtr cents .without DKTUtioK, IC7 III Bills for AdTertisemcntB, Job-' cantilfl AgenCV,' which ;. prof8Se3.to Work, "or Subscription, considered duej, , ..r J" . .' ..aA 'r 'whan contracted, except against those with be nearly, if; not quite, accurate, -Ol whom we have running accounts. fc53ub8cTiber...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 February 1858

.'V iV 3 4 1 - ! 1 f ii I 1 i ! f 1 t I f ' 'i 'i FAYBTTSV1LLE OBSERVER.' Free of Postage in Lincoln County N Or WALLACE, Editor. CtnctAttUiamt OldSlcnX: SignoftU " Obstrver Printing Ofice." FAYETTEvTlLE,;TENN: - -' M l . ; ; Thursday Morning, February 4, 1858 The People and the : Baaks. If the estimate could be made, it would be interesting to ascertain what oar, people, are paying the banks, while in a suspended condition, for exchange on the North, South, E ist end West Debts due in New York New Orleans; St: Louis or Louisville, J or any other of the' great 'commercial points with which Tennessee trade?, 'can only be paid in exchange or. gold. These are now bearing a premium of . from fiTe to ; eight per cent. This will continue" to be the case as long as the banks I remain id a 'suspended condition, and .rather, than this enor - moas drain or tax upon , the. people " and the country shall continue, -we ' maintain that it would be far better - that the banks wind up and withdraw ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 February 1858

IP -8 s- a. -I 1 t.iV -1 ; ii f ' : v 1 1 4 h I'. i U NI ili'JilH ii "MlBfcf t'ayelieville Observer free of Postage in Lincoln' County Ht'IiSXjjLT.fEBiiUAKY 4, IS38 3 o s&"J tKTTERt U imVU'ued ik the . t , FAYETTE I'lLLB OBSEPiVER,', WTaiVjr:ty ol an'Aet of Congropn, vLich irovido3 that itshall appear in tbe:!Newspaper having the;. ,.; ; --.v .. Largest , Circulation! 3Han;(Blftlinn-1808I - - , 6IEKITT USCOLS COUKTT. .- . ; . fj- We" are authorised. to announce. Mr. TAtm r Tni!iir. u rf.ndidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, fit the March Election, 1858. f T J AVi HrW HUIUI.IIAUU W Oiiuuuuvw ' TYilov BI. Alexander, a 'candidate for iff .f Lincoln countr.. at th. March Election, 1858r . -'. -v fr- V araiuthorized to announce Mr. Puul lKSle. candidate f-irCounty Court 'Chirk of. Lincoln county, at the March. Elec- Cir Tfl Ta .nthoriaV to announce. Mr BiiKJci J. WUiUinRlon, a candidate f.r -County Court Clerk of Lincoln coutity, at tne March E.ctkn,1833.'f- ..? ";' - 5CJ. We are au...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 February 1858

i; i " . f : "" ,r ' '?"'"-," Lj , ibbiiiii. i n in ilium hi i ppm " i n m,'--'- ""' I,, I, I,, ,:" '.I, I.,, 'I In answjer to aa "inquiry' for "in formation as to the best way of buil ding an ico boose," I will give you .h dc6cription ef mine, which suc cessfully preserve? ice -throughout the year the bestevidence, all will admit, that the plan is a good (me. It Eoppliestwo families besides my own abundantly .particularly wbenhnr vesting and ibreshiog our Wheat crops. We also supply, the neigh bora for several miles &round,in case of eickness. The plan is a - simple and cheap one, and ia as follows:' , , Tho pit is iq the form of an inYcr- ted cone, 1G feet square at the top cr surfaco of the ground, and 8 feet square at the bottom; 12 feet deep, without any lining but straw, (t pre fer xye Rtraw . when we have it if not, wheat straw,) laid against the tide as we ."fill ia" with ice, which is done by dumping tho carts at the door of- the ice-houso, and let it fall in. lumps as ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 February 1858

' " f --- . . . 1 SOMA TO LLfn k 'rt?.w::CT'.nrnTi;rKrMii:-TiaTi Ti?' H 1 I .IliU' di a": 0 X; O. WALLACE, J Let ' all the enda tha alm'st nt be ilir Countrjr't, ihjr (ied't, and Triik'i." ' ( PUBLISHER ft PUOriXIETOli. - ' " . , ,,.-.. ; J- j t KO. 353. 11 H. 111' WHOLE I' i f tl ,1' ; it II J . it7Tvvo Dollars f orone yearif paid at the tuna of subscription;! wo Dollars UUtl riftf Ceil I , WITHOUT DKVIATIOH, alter the exmration of three months. CJ4ll IlilU fdr AJrertiBements, Job-: Work, or Subscription, considered due wuucontr&cted;except aga.nst those with , whom wb hire running account. . OCTdubscribers failing to order a discontin- uanceof the paper, atthe esptrationorthe time for which they may hafflubscribed, are considered at wishing to renew; and it will bo uoatmued to them accordingly. C3No Paper will be eent out o )f the cmmty uulcsspaid form advance. (r-Vdvertisemeritt inserted at One Dol- Wper Siiuare of Twelve Line or for the first insertion; Filly Cfl-.it for eac...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 February 1858

- FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage la' Lincoln Count y ' - ----- "" " . .' . " 4 n'"e i i m m.t,i,rVt,jm a A SAD CASE. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor-. 5 5 OtnouAl tht tarns Old Stand; Sign " OUTvrPritxng OJk:" ; A case bat been brought to 'our netico.that should receive tha imma diate attention of Uhe ! charitable. ua me southeast corner of .knox aim Lumber streets, in a raworable h 11 or a house, there resides' Juhn O'Brien Skenadore, a hairbreed In uun. neatly one tundrea ftna us years of age! With him Uvea - a grand-daughter and -a' child.-- bnadore is a man cf superior in- -ii; t . . luugence, Having wen educated to Pans. Ho came to thiscouutry with Lafayette, nod (ought in the Revo lution under General Waahinglau. a 1 1 1 a . Aunouen so ur advanced in vcaw, his vole is strong and powerful, a ndj ho aeeras inspired with new life. v . , , Further Intelligence Direct from the Moriaoa Cuntn. v . Mr, L. 1), Q row," Vi-ledd flow FAYETTEYILLE, TENN: ....... I, M Thursday BIoirntng,Fcbru...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 February 1858

1' V 'i PnycttfeTillc OBserrer -r . v r ee of Postage in Lincoln County iiunsDAr.rcnitCAnYii, i38 TO,: ABEET!SEPtS! fT The4 FOST-OFFICZ LIST OF LETTERS t published In the . U : 4UYETTEVILLE OBSERVER;, fll v ny authority of an Act of Congress, which taovijea that itsball appear in the Newspaper baring the' . ' ' . Largest Circulation! Haul; iclftiion 1808. New Stock ' ' V - 4 pressing the- intention of votingls- ' os,if ?.Ci' Q-Ji At Uarty variety Store,west side ; against ,t when it comes up at ne mill Wan selling by the .dray-iond yesterday t f k O ' u r.' j ' vi iuo tjunre, iuajr, ce iuuuu oao vi the largest and best selected stocks of Familjr Groceries, just received, ever offered in this place.'- Their ad- third reading,' which will be Monday, the 16thjnstani.- I ; Mr: Heiskell, on the part of the Committee on ttieUevis&dt Code," in $1 75,, : There Uawma wheat fining in, .and it brings 70(?75c, and" a choice article- would command 78c. Dealer fay for corn and cats iPiiblici ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 February 1858

' ' 'liimimiLr'JMt'-r-i Tstulu.i m immiK n Mm mini i rXfarnirrV. Bow to Prcseryc Cider Sweet JTrom time 16 timv nuby wnys have been recommended, ;ind many directions given," trt preserve and keep uppla cider '. ia a way that it will Plain its freshness, and th'ftt pecnlhi O.rof .hafe it possesses wben it -is firtt raanufactored, and also to pra Tent its becoming hard and sour. ' Of the vaviona methods proposed,' more i less expense and inconvenience at tends them ail, bat the 'most effective the simplest and the cheapest way U&t I hare ever tried, is to scald the cider previous to its fernnntation. My Vi4j to keep sweet and fresh, is to heat it until it boils, and then take it from he fire and cool it, put it in ojsks and close them air tight In this way I havo kept it without any filViilAr tlit was ;i)pAJ tiJV kWUgV uuvu put up without. c.Ming would be nrpnnnch'forvmeew. How long WM ww- - it miy b3 preserved in this way 1 do j not know, but any one c m easily de 'tormina by try...

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 February 1858

n. - , . - j --. . . - . - " " f - , .--,.- .... T - i : i " ' . . - . . . ,. . ...... 4v-":?! v-'-x- v ' -:''" U 3 U J . ! I1 WiM hi : ' --.HI"-- :v . : (U IUu . ' . U . 'YYYy p -II I! r ;. ; ; J-Mfe.: : ; m .' : : ', : 'rj P ' fl ' "11:' f ' - ' -' . ... ' ' . - ' " " ' ' ' ' -j . u, , . r ; -. 1 . : ... . m . l h - - y- 7T "... . .. ' . :;o "-t'.'.'i 'O w :..---'- t . ' . , . OTwwrw. lwuib jawBUJiip mpi i - i .... . . 0Tvo Dollar f orone yearif paid at thotimo of iubscriptionjTwo E)ollars xiul 'Fifty Cnt,wiTnODTDEviATioy, after the xpiration of three monllis. ' tC7AU Kills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due " whan contrasted, except aa'.nst those with whom we have running accounts CC?3 ibscrifrers failing 1o order a discontin- nance of the paper,nttho expiration of the timj for which they rnay uave 8UP6cruea, are comidered a wishing to renew; and it will l3 continued to them accordingly. iC7iVo Paper will be centnit of the county toilers paid for In adv...

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 February 1858

1PLM QBSERMR. Free of Postage in Lincoln Cosntv H N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. ' '-r- - Ofnc At ihtsamt Old Stand: Sign otht ' OiHrvtr Printing Office." FAYETTEV1LLE, TEKNi Thursday SIorning,Febniary 18,1838 The President's Message. Mr. Buchanan has communicated n message to Congress on Kansas af ' fairs, which, for clearargumentative, statesmanlike views, is unsurpassed. The President says great delusion prevails about the condition of par ties in Kansas. He recapitulates the history of past affairs pronounces the Topeka government a usurpation and declares it impossible that any people could have- proceeded with more regularity than the people ol Kansn3 in the formation of the Le compton Constitution. The conven tion of June last was a propitious .moment to settle all difficulties in the 'Territory, but the Topekaites tuffer td ' tho elections to go by" default, hsnce they have no right to complain. Tha L comptcn Convention was 1 "gnlly constituted and invested with power to frame a Con...

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 February 1858

' ' . , . . ...... . ' mmihTmiii '"miwii . V V l J lit I 1 1 1 V lll(i-M I1 .4 1 111' - free of.Potajc in Lincoln Count) Til U P. SD A T, FEB It LA ItYlS, 1838 ADVESTISERS! ftS Tha POST-OFFICE LIST OF '-LETTERS published in tbe : FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, "byauthority of an Act of Congress, which provides that lt6hall appear iu the Newspaper having the , " ' v Largest Circulation! ; flktlj tElrriioii 185a. HHKUIFF LIXCOLW .COUKTY. (t5 We are authorized to announce Mr. Jo!uiT.SIotov, a candidate for Sheriff of Liucoln county, at the March Election, 1858. We are "nuthorired to announce Mr. Wiley HI, Alexander, a candidate for fclieriif of Lincoln county, at tha March Election, 1858. COUSTT COUBT CI.EBK T.rSCOLH COUKTY. 07" We are authored to announce Mr. P:jiiI liigle. a candidate for County Court Clerk of Lincoln couuty, at the March Elec tion, 1858. Wfl 8Te tnthorired to announce Mr. Daniel J. WliittiuKton, a candidate for bounty Court Clerk of Lincoln county, at the March Election. 18...

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 February 1858

. I i " -- v : Ciiricg Beef aEd : Perk i- ilTWs receipt, which originated with us, cn;has now hail many rcurs of trial, nVtalieveto be ur4 torpagsed aa a pickle, t Nearly all the ajadern receipts which have ap ' lared id the different agricultural almost . identically, of the iozredl- eots and proportions set forth inocrs, which we Erst laid .before our rea ders some fifteen or eighteen Vyeara ago. At this period in the season, when farmers are putting down thtir .win ter u and we may add their next year's .fiopply of raeat, .U will be of Btrvice to republish the receipt, which is as follows: Water, one iralloo: salt. ; . - t ; '. - 'I one and a half pounds; brown sugar, half a pound; . Saltpetre, half an ounce; potash, half an ounce. In this ratio, the pickle to be increased to any quantify desired. Let these be boiled together until all the dirt from the salt and sugr (which tvill not be a lit l ie.) rises to the top and is skimmed off.' Then throw the pickle into a large tub to c...

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 February 1858

- - ' : . . . . . r ,' - ' . ' . . . . . . '- --.-'"' ' " '. : I ffTTfTfnTirTfTl?Tri'r ri "Viin i r..r'in - i-- , , .-- - . ' ";''. - ' . T, I 3 !T"v : ... Pf. O. WALLACE, J - -. ',' "Let all llie ends tbou nim'( at be thy Country's, thjr God's, flnd TrnfVt." PUBLISHER mOPRLETOlC. .. 11 l ! mr rrrn rmi n a- NO. 13--V0L. 7. C3Ttvo Dollars f orone yearif paid at tUj ti:na of subscription ;Two Botlaitt i a 1 f t y C e n ts , without deviation, "after the expiration of three months. rt7V.Il Bills for Advertisements, Job YTork, or .-Suliscription, coraidered due w!i3:i contrasted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. tr3:i'oscrilcrft failing lv otdera discontin uance of the paper, at th expiration oi the ,tiai9 for which they may have subscrit)el, are co:iidere J as wishing to renew: and it will li continued to them accordingly. .. ICT'So Paper will be cent out of the cou'itv unlesa paid for in advance. it5"-V.lvertisemeatf inserted! One Dol lar per re of Twelve Lines...

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 February 1858

FAYSTTEVILLE OBSERVER Free of Postage in Lincoln County N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Ornc4 the tame Old Stand: Sign of tie u Obttrvtr Printing Office." FAYETTEVILLE; TENN: ii ii Thursday MoniiB&FebniarJ 25,1858 OUR SENTIMENTS. ' ' The following paragraph from the Chattanooga Gazette expresses our sentiments relative to an important mitten ' , . We notice that a,. movement has been made in our Legislature to dis pense with the advertising of Lands by Sheriffs in the newspapers. The law as it now stands, restricts the printing .fee" 25 or 30 per-cent less than the rates for other advertising, and we hoped if the Law was discus sed at all in the Legislature that the restriction would be taken ofl', and the printers allowed to charge their legu Reported Slare Insurrection ia Ar- "The St Loois News, of the 2d, hai the following:" " ;v ' ; ; Some Individual (whose credibili ty is potincreased by the' fact that his name is 'Jno! Brown) ; writes to us from Fajetteville, Arkansas,; un- J 3 i ....

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 February 1858

! ! V ycUeville Obserrer ' free of Postage In Lincoln County TO MfERTlSERSi CT The FOST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS. publhdied ia the ' KAYF.TTEVILLE OBSERVER. by authority of im Act of Congress, which n ivinj tue Largest Circulation! aiattlj' (Elt'rtion 1858. ; snEBlrr i.ixcol couutr. ' (y- We are authorized to annonn ce Mr. Joint T. Motlow, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1853. 7- Wa are 'authorized to announce ,Mr. , Wiley M. Alexander, a candidate-for Bher.J of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1S38. ' COVSTT COVHT'CLERK LINCOLN fOCSTT. j rrr- v urn authorised to announce Mr, Iiiple. a candidate lor umnry ur, curV ct Lincoln county, at the Marth Elee-; tioii, IS'S, : - i ' frir Wf are anlhoriEed to anroiiDce Mr. ..tAi v. iviiiitinuioii. aeanoiuaie ir, Countv Court Clerk of Lincoln county, fctthejg Riok, the Cashier has CaUgO to Marrh Klw.tion, 18i8. ni tCJ We are authorized to announc Col. A. T. Kick, a candidate for Cmimv Court Clerk of Liucoln...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 February 1858

t nniur. DoetoriogSick Cattle. . One of the best systems of medi cal practice ever known, and which will probably stand at.tho head of the list for all coming lime, is nur sing. v Good care will do I more than r.ll tlis medicine in the world without it. Aleuicme i sometimes very good, but the most skillful physi cians have found thnt they could do but little with serious cases with- .... . WW out that intelligence and careful watching, at nil times quird for the removal or nrevenlinff of irritat ing causes, and known as good nur sing. The writer once owned a horse suffering from an excessive cough. Numerons remedies were prescribed by kind neighbors, enough,doubtless, to have killed him at once. He con cluded to discard all, to give the best i art Quit atirij. ,' .No Mistakes Corrected. - : An intelligent Irishman, in the employ cf a hrm in Milk street, was leent, a-few days since to, a Bank in State street for the pur pose of obtaining a sum of money on a check. The money was passe...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 March 1858

X ' r ; K. O.WALLACE, ' ': L?t all the end thoa , aim's) at be thf Country', thf 3o4', arid Truth's;' : . ( Pt'BLISnrR A PBOrKIJ?TOIX." NO; ML I ' - j ; :: v- r3Tro Dollnrs forono year if paid at tas 1 1 m of ubflcription; '1 wo Duiirt tll PJ f l CC tt t , WITHOUT DEVIATION, . stttrtha a Kuiration of three montLa. !J.H Kill fer Adrertiseincnts, Job- Worklor .'Sabscrirlion, f cmiuf red ; due when tfoatraited , except against thosa with whortf we k;e Tnnnnig accounts. ? - 07"dabjriberfc f ailin o order s duseontln- it.incc of the paper , at the .expiration of the kini3 for which they may have iubKcribed, re codrtdered aa w'uhipg to renew; aud it will be cdatinaed to thorn accordingly. C?ia I:tcr will be sent-out of the county nnletapaid Tor in advance. CCr-Uveftisementr inserted al Oii Dol lar pit Sqastre of Twelve Lines or Lc, for the first insertion; Filly Cent for each continuance. i3Persons advertising by the year.Vill b charged Forty nollurs for a whole col umn. Twenty Dollar for...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 March 1858

i FAYETTEY1LLE QB3SHVER Free of Postage In Lincoln Connfv N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Qrno-Att mw OH Stand: Sign of tit Oburttr Printing OJkt." V ' .FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: in n Thursday Morning, March 4,' 1838. The Plot Thickens. No prominent leader In the Dem ocratio ranks ever deserted hia party suddenly, and with the avowed inten tion of going over to the 1 enemy.- They are generally oo well skilled ia tactics to be - guilty of such a course. It was .churned for ; Judge White in 1S3G that ha was a better t..i. T,n r-n.n i and yet in due cosrss" of timq he with a largo body "of democrats, was fally identiSed nnd worked with his ancient enemies, the bittr and unre lenting opponents oT G,ri. Jackson and the demoer -tic pijty. Is it un riasoaabU to suppose that Mr.Doyg-las-acd those vi ho co-operate, with him, rnuy be l'lylng the fame game? It is true they claim to. ba good dem- ccnt?, yet their' conducVia, s giving evident Wisuclioa to our enemies. Commenting, on this subject, the Philadelp...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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