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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 April 1858

rg!r-Fga!MaEiJtfc-i-!ifccri3K i : rv t aycUeville Observer tree of Postage la Lincoln County TUUCSDAT. iiFRII 8. IS58. Business notice! TO ADY'jUKTXSEKS ! txr Th fost-office LIST OF LETTERS is published in the FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER, y authority of an Art of Congress, which Vro.u4tiiitithaiUpiariuihe'Kewgpai.er ivins the ri i i . Largest Circulation! , ffcT Aavirtisemev.tsmuBtbe handed into the Ufiico by Ttimlay Mining, to insure an appear ance in the fallowing Paper. OT-Vd vertiiomenti are inserted in the or rtor ia which they are banded 'n. A Rcqaest Easily Granted. 'rPeraoDi purchasing article! advertised iu J I, ........ ... : 1 1 t rnnAai.. tH.hilAnJufll tint they saw tho advertisement in the aTETTISVILLK ObsEBTEPJO Neatly Printed Blanks. Constables'aud Justices' blanks just printed Vtad for sale at our desk Ay. mm. irfM---r?sw Reform Ncsdcd Siuco our last issue, we have re ceived a letter from a subscriber of iong standing, a resident of this coun ty, iu which he says 4,I wish...

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 April 1858

1 ' S v .'Food for Fowls. Fowl are, of all birds, the most easily to : feed. Every alimentary jsubstrmcef'Sgrees wilh them, even when buried in manure; nothing is lost to them; they arc sefcu the whole tlav long incessantly busied in scratch t tvoii r..i! fuwte. tin' dilT rence will b3 seen not only iu the biz j and i fle&b of tlw fowls, but in the weight jmd goodness of Iho egg?? t-.vo of .tvliich go farther in domestic uses th:m three fiom hens poorly ftd, or half starved. '. . - j ' It is proper to give fowls iu a jxiuV try yard, once or twice a day, a quan tity of grain, generally com, Dd somewhat kss lhan they would con sume "if they had it in abundance Fowls, however, are more ensily sat isfied than might be supposed,', from the greedy voracity which they ex hibit when they ire fed from the band. It is well Inown that, as a general rule, 'large animals 'consume more than email ones. There Js as much difference in the quantity of food consumed by' individual fowls, as there...

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 April 1858

, tTrl fe3 M H II l'UBLISIIElt & PKOriUKloU. iet all ihe end. H aim'" at be thy Country, thy Cod'., and Truth'. t En Era b u n ni I v V t I s- ' t' X ' V ' 'ft IT ' - KO. : 50. VOL. 7. at thf.. f ..ibrrii)tion:TW Dolln is una Fifty Cent without deviation, after th. expiration of three n8 C7II BUI for Advertisements Job Work.' or Subscription, considered due , ' " ,,1 pxcent aiainattbosowith when contracted except a whom we nave iuuu."0 ---- t! tttr.3abicrih.ra failing to order . Jwwt.j- uance of the W";"; aVo .ubacribed, tirna for which tuey mjr are considered as wn.in V.rrd inV - -i.u .rntinrtance rr"r l.u.ineM; and tno including Tertuinj firm not considered aa lnciuum0 -that of it. individual CTinnouncingcandidateaT IUWJ ol,i frirAdvertiscmonia oi not vi tnsenea Mprranlile Manhood. Tho New York' Tribune has no sympathy with people who withdraw thiui advertisements, ' aud thus lec tures its constituents upon tho virtue of regularly advertising: ..tu 4W. biincrs his whole 1 UU U...

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 April 1858

F A? RTTF.V i I ,T ,F, fMRRTCR Fret of Postage In Lincoln Connlf ft. OV WALLACE Editor. the nni Old Stand: Sign of the ' " Utserver Printing VJice." - FAYETTEVILLE," TENN: Thnreday Horning, April 15, 1858. f The New Programme. That the people of the South may see what the Black Republicans are struggling fcir, we copy the follow ing from the New York . Evening Poslone o,f their trusted organs. It , mav thns be' Rpen. too. what Bell. ""Crittenden, JI. Marshall, Winter Davis, Gilmer, and other Southern J" publicans aqnlnsl Kansas and - Le- i compton, are giving "aid and com fort" to accomplish in the future! They have become the mostefScient! allies of the Black Republicans who are striking for the total subjection of the South. If the South is lo be rmnod and hrnnrrlif: nnrlor nlnltt?in Bway, it will be because her own sons ' prove her worst enemies: i- "We expect to have a clear Repub lican majority in the House of Itepre- " senUtives,of the next Congress, (the :3Gtb,) a Republican ...

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 April 1858

frayctlcvillc Observer vf ee of Postage in Lincoln Conntj ......... . VllVKSDAV, ATltlL. 13, 1SS&. r" BUSINESS NOTICE! ADVEXtTISEd! TO , Cr Tha POST-OFFICE ffrrSflSia published in the LIST OF FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, Vr authority 6f an Act of Congress, which provides that itshall Appear in the Newspaper Tnving tha 'Largest Circulation! fr3A'tvrtisemer.tKmust he handed intothe 0 (Sea by Tmsdny Morning, to insure an appear ance in the following raper. , Hy-Ad vertlsements are inserted in tha or- "der in which they are handed 'n. lE3 A Request Easily Granted. 53 - Persons purchasing articles advertised in 'tnrcolumns, will confers favor by mentioning th advertisement In the "i?AT ETTEVtLLK Ob3KHYEHC0 Neath Printed Clanks. Conatables'and Justices blanks just printed Tind for sale at onrdesk cheat, r Swallowing One's Opinions We should judge that nothing could bo more unpleasant than to civilly re 'quest a gentleman to give up long 'Cherished opinions. We cannot do "it We never' could....

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 April 1858

'r desire through your excellent Journal to publish a specific for foun der, which I have tried, and known .many others to try, and always ro- 8ultingin an immediate cure II or bcs are frequently foundered, and those twnjng them not knowing how to treat them, they lemain etiCT and lama and are of but little value af terwards. It is to prevent any such loss to the readers of your paper, that I furnish the remedy. . As soon as you discover that the horse is foundered, take him to the nearest branch or stream of water and tie him in it, standing nearly up t his belly his head be'iDg so high that he cannot drink. If the wcath - er is warm let him stand in the wa-' ter several hours, then take him out, rub his legs thoroughly to promote circulation, and again tie him in the water, if be is .till lame. By repeat ing this process two or three timeB the horse will be effectually cured. . . .Iflho weather is cold when the horse is foundeied, that is if it it is winter, the horse must not bt ...

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 April 1858

S .5 I :ti-' 1 l f: i lit-- i f ; 1 1 . s 6 .: I ! I u ."I -V if f Wallace; ). . --f;; no a-ifiiE'il? th time of tobacHpUoBjTwo Ioll:ii lld FiftJT Cetttj TTOTHOOT PMIATlOK, . fter lb sxplrAtiiJiipf Hhree months, rTill itllla for?Ad6rUiblePt, Jol Work; or SutscrlrUoirropiWd lue " wb.ncontravua.exccrt w won who , whom whar running ..-., C3rSab.orlb.ri failing. 0 ".f Urn. for wlitch fcHot mJ .uWcr.W nr. ean.ld.rtd ti wUMng to renew; nt 1 will b cootlnuid tothm ftccorUkBgnr. , or LoViTfor tb. fir.t Ihscrtion; Fill Cents for eb conirana '. . - ' m: Ttventf Dollur - (or , np.e-half, f Ten Dollar for OB-qurter. Aodevi- " IC7-Th priTilega f. yearly diUHdni I ' fMitfar iirwnrwr the boaliWM of an ad vrtWnn Cm U ot coHderd a Including that of it. Individual e"lbr CJAdvertlfiCttor,ti nut marked Hh the number of .Inaortiom V.1ien Jiauded in, wil U foiUinued wail ordered 9t, Wd yweiK rj5rAdrPrtiomanU of an; abalT natjS j3 i , not H.r t F , ' . 1 ' trJob PrlttlliiB..'" on on New Ty , and on m waso...

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 April 1858

PAYETTEVILLE, OBSERVER, r.-irr tt-. l-KTcr-jrr-Tr-jT n ,-arrr 9 fret of Postage In LbcslaCcr-tj N, O. WALLACE, Wtor. Ofrtf.B " ObferirrVrinUvg OJfut.. . A t OM Stand : 5i thi FAYETTEVILLE, TENNt Thnrsdat MomiDjr. ADril t2t 1858 ' ' TTIic knoxvillc Meeting. ; The United Synod r the Pres ten an Ch urch' of North America --L-IV if nitvvtllA nnThnrsdav. VUUICUUU U . - ; 1st inst Members were present from most ol too oouinern oiaic. body U nude up of tnso ?yods - - .' I'. J ' . n l .ll of the " INew Bcnooi rresoyienaq Church, who ! wero forced to eecede .... . , 'jm 1 I , from tne 'Lteveianu uenerni vwcui - - , i ' ' bly in May last on account Of , Cer tain . rtflVnsiva resolutions Dassed by that body on the subject of slavery. The Synod at Knoxville, from what we can gather from the newspapers In that rdace. is made op of cood men, nud we mayv safely pre dict' that whatever , they do will be frr.m rmre motives and with 'the sole aim ol advancing iuevu v nud "truth. They erect J heir, pl...

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 April 1858

. il "J J . 0 1 5, fj ajcitevillfe: Observer Reference jto another column will : Free of Postc la Ltieola Ccsy U reader tbatyincftiDg of the tii ijii.feD A V, A rmx I ta. BOSIHESS nOTIGE! Irsr S j : 'ftfr The rosr-VFFlcs LBTTEIlSitiAULei.h the : ' 1 ' FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER ty authority f .n Aet of Congress, which : 1ovilM that itsuail appear in tne xewspupcr uvtug the . - 1 , Largest Circulation! A ;:- Black I?fpisblicsa;-C3 Slater. ;f Mr. Iiira Full'eij Belle Civ tiaD.iutfl pf the Kew York' 'Mirrer. itockholders of the Winchester anay.aI? ' intense iremont 'pajert j Alabama Railroad, Company is called !&r!tes- : SHvanqah to Jha to be held in.tW phu May fo'i L -" " 6UV- it,,L , ' Thus Jar in my rambling notes Ihepurppse of electing 'Directors for T wA Wtt;;...ki r the ensu ngyear.5 ; A-fiil! ktteodance' ! cbliar iaeUtutioa4-! nnd AickHaralh. is desired..' :.,,t, ' :C 7.-M Jject of slavery.; But I can rio ioneer thus New "XT refrain from expressing the " opinion j !SEii Duriflgih...

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 April 1858

A - - !; ' .. .--'. -.-'-" ; . - : - ' . . . ' - "'.-; "'. . i I F 9 .t -; , Chinese Sn.gaiCaE?v Having had" sotae experience da mn the last two years, ia raisic2 Sugar Cane, I am frequently applied to by my neighbors and others for the result of my experience in Us culture, &.a ;For the sake or an ewering many inquiries at once, and .giving tha little. information I have on the eubject; I must ask of you an insertion of this in your highly es teemed paper.. Vk :; - In the first place, ihen, be careful " and procure sound, pure 'seed, un mixed uritb broom corn, Dord corn, or any of , the millet species; plant any time during, the month of A pril, the earlier '. the better, prepare it yott ground, and plant as for'" In 7 dian crn, covering very lightly, four ; to six seeds in a hilCare enough; one qaart of feed will plant an acre.' As the plant' is quite 'weak and slender I when yoong; it ia essential to go over it onco with a hoe" nd clean the grass out of the hills before plowi...

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 April 1858

. - . . ''.. .... , . ... - - . - ...-- - - j . . , - . - . ... . - .-.- " ' " " . ' -i , -iy. - ' J.-. jr-i . . - , . ..-, j - - r . 5 . . ' --- -r--- i.imiiii Miiiiiin mi"" ' m'jfr-siiMJsrsaijmis- -JaJM --rtr: i mil itnlli Willi Miiiiii in ' -MWM'nwt' ijwuiu.n--U---T""""" -T-.. . j ; . ; ., . . ., - ... . ' -., .. ". ; t , " . - ' - " ' . ; J . ! flu. . - - ; ' ; ' : rp m - ra; MtfTll TIT1 - Tiff --ltfkTO r V . -" " j -., ; ( ,', : ; .. - ,'-' - " I. - . 1- : . 7 r i : : . " ' "I it . . n. Cod'i," nrtd TruiU. 't ' 1 . - - - - "Lei all the Xeiid thoft i aiist ut'Jbe tlif Country4, vlli jr. fl. O. VTA LL ACE, f3 1 i. m. 52 V0I..7. X tim. of suWriptiopjTtvo Collars. i . Work, orS" wboni vo bare ?T , discortin- li,;n(ttortnew: ana it nr considered ' arrorlirjc:l v wil! be contiuuca i""' cnt ont ef the 1 to ? iI7-o :i t v r r 5 n "advance - a ,1f lc S rf-wrs. regar .SSd including Tertisuis firm is not con i .' th,t of its iudivMnal ll:. to U paid in advance , 'g-Villi the number of: y?...

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 April 1858

FrTETTEVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln County N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. 4t Observer Printing OJkcJ ''i.- FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: y. Thursday Morning, April 29, 185S '""nDccpftwnFWTs The literary efforts or those sin- i3 quite cool enough to drink at this gularly numerous individuals, says place through - the summer; r the jlie Sbelbyvilfe Expositor, who feel it nights are" quite pleasant, and to bo their duty to " incsssintly ;. and your 'inveterate enemies, the. thus. j m n fWAa;n f quitoes, are unheard here,as 753 earnestly, call the atteut ion of editors . , e n . Jr- . .-. teet above the level of the Cumber- to their opinions . and reflection? on u rathef hgh fl;gbt for tbeffi vastly. momentous questions, as ex- We are within twenty minutes ride pressed on both sides of several sheets by Railroad of ElkWdDuck river3, of peper in eccentrically-punctuated Where the angler 'can wield ; hia and orisiually-constru'cted eentences.tackle to his heart's content: The do tiot invariab...

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 April 1858

- ' '-. .... .. ' .. - - .. .- ' ' . : ' : . ' - ' - - . . - 1 : - ' . - .. - .. - ..--' I. Free f Pastas I? vrrt f A v ill T I V c r ht ' SIM p- X- ttjoiwf liiv, .V.W v. naranmiVM will r,iTr. some,!- "-Tt- T77tT"rriv i;,, A Ml' RnhW- - Tr T?u. " VtoB?nm-u? uoimalSOcVwou1dbe the highest price that could La ' t the FLr Casein Lincoln Connlj ' ' - T.ftitciof- ..l.v-- - .. nObaO, III , CIS. ""XfOmestlC AleOtClOe . $ 4&acklei-or, .Xbi-in' addition to .their -;.Groccrfe-TTh tpck -6f groecrje? an the fjauhran a: ';. Y ; late Arrivals. W cau.tUo aiwnuon of ta reader to tne i4 I except by Jiiltcrs, who are cayins 60C5c " CIIASCERY SAL.U Op l.A'XD. I we can near oi no transactions in U)rn, and co ' tt nntsrtnticB of a dpaf nf tke ChancTr demand.'. If a tale ccnld be made we suj poeo ? Court for Lincoln cr.untv, TeWnossee, made i.irj term, lbo, ot.eaia v00?'. in Thonwa U. Stcrhenson- John and others. I will, on Salurdjay, THURSDAY. APSUt SO," I38 cava. rhKlavai-fl rnmmerpd bran- forer Pha...

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 April 1858

- i ITt iW-n,; r. - n:J.,..:-.xt.I " - ir aws an eu,.ur uiu,bocljlv v mitr -fr0m, Washington, jJGderstadd every branch of business ' Pa'gays:- (v; , . must be- Vtcllr scquainted -ithj ; ' 'Like:.rOsfc otter 'sinnU towns; t: we eTPrv denartinent. of, ancient and; have here actillumV cburlh, '-wh'tre T lea lore, and know ' every body, ;. A . .,v l: ho .ippiies his capital- , Among .ctber things that ha is .expected to"iven to that part of the town wbre; understand is how to grow , the Chi-i'pussons of color' reside., " On.?; winT uese Sugar Gmc, and - ihanuficlure "molasses from. it. lh.it we may be bIe thVough our paper, f to give this much desired inforaut ioii: to , .score? L that are mulling this enquiry of us, " wo have 'received the 'following in - r- ibrmatioa' from- those who have, es- ''perimented successfully; Ths cano J will grow hotter on pcorjequ4to, the 'occasion,.'-' Addressing - lind than' any other Eptcies'of corn,jone- of ; his prominent, inimbers,' he :';v.".-"yetth...

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 May 1858

-. r-'-"--' t . - .':-- --;,-:, ;'...v: . . ' :. .. .- .-. v.- - . . . . . I ,. ''-'' - ". ':' - .'-- ... - . '" :"' . . . .'-' " ' . v :. . " '.-' '-, '-' - ' " - , ' ' - '- ' ' .' " . " : ' , - . " . ': ' ' i"UU ' 'I .aT-TrTa L- ,' . J " . '" ifr, n'l IT1 r. rP,ii,.. ( LOTTERIES.. " xltis strargetbat meu.Avill buy lot tery tickets, We have before us (he scheme of the celebrate J - Havana 3isu for AdTrtiscmw.ts, Jol-fiterV. ' There '.ire .tvei:ty-Dve .or.'S..iT)scr.vton, coiisulered .uej . , eon account.. i ldiirr soOO.Uuu. Iheu it a man were jtrl -ibs-sribprFf ailing in oricr a r. . lhe tickets ahl flrav all tivas for whU thcr nr Lave subsrriJ.c, the prizes, he WOllla lose just 200,- rfcinaw'sltiiis to renew; mid it ! Q00, that LvbeWOUld pny tEe lotto tnTTwo f3ll:ivs f or one yearif laid nt u.Uer tha expiration of three moiilL;. fry Work. vv!i3u cofitraiiy.l,excopt vliov.i-we liave ruur.irg s . will ha C(.r !.Z71r(' P-fer lia cent out of - the ".ro!ritr-uMeS$taA forin- advance. CT...

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 May 1858

FAimmil OBSERVER.: iN. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrrrcE Altheeame Old Sland: Sign of the x Observer Printing OJict." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning, Hay C, 1858 . t '. . i L, i Kansas Report cf Commiltce of Ccnference. The Recounts we have seen, of the action of Congress on the report of the Committee of Conference, and of the report itself, are so imperfect, th:;t we, do not exactly understand what the , ciarjority of the Committee n greed upon. The Washington Star fcays: ' : "' . "It adopts the preamble of the , Senate bill, setting lorth that, where as the people of Kansas have adopt ed and duly transmitted to' Congress a State Constitution which is repub- - mm ,f m . m -, iican in iorra, mereiore me it-nuory . shall be admitted as a State into the Union by proclamation, if a mjority ot the citizens thereol suall accept, at an election subsequentlv to be held, Minnesota in lieu of the ordinance wliir.h w.-is Kpnt with the said State Constitution, for tho acceptance of j Uiau know...

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 May 1858

'4a i -ft' ' -i IS !1 Lsst Monday, Mr. Lawson Turlcy, free of Postage in Lincoln County I an. eld man Yged about 70 years. THURSDAY. 32 AY (t, 1858. mess notice ! TO ADVIiaiTXSERS! LIST of . 9r Tfce FOST-OtTICE LETTERS is y.uUiolieJ in the " FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of ' an Art of Congress, which iroviiles that itshall appear in the Newspaper niving the Largest Circulation! i f7 Aavcrtisemor.tsmustbc handed into the OfScc by TiMlay Morning.toiasureazi appear ance in the following Paper. (V3A.lrertisernnts are inserted inthe or der ia which they are hande J ;n. 2"" A Request Easily Granted. 53 '."Persons purchasing articles advertised ii O'l r columns, will confer a favor bv mentioning thit thev saw the ad vertiscment in the , iTAtETTEVlLLE OllaERVF.P.CO Ncnilj Printed Mlanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed id for sale at our desk tJieajp. Alarminx Iatelitef cce. tbacco crop from the tipper Cumberland conn try has gone to market say 7,000 hhds. high cy Brigh...

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 May 1858

"i Vf. ' (flii-" V fl.UWlll.WI I I Jii,J'H'lll.iJI IUW . , arnur. art nub niu ij. ft O IV LYNCHBURG. MULBERRY. PETERSBURG. PROFESSIONAL. 1 . - i in ii ii ii iiijii n ilium..!, ii .... Mi i Clear Syrup from Sorghnra All sorts of experiments have been j Iow5nS incident happened in Philadel- Lawfer and Witness. The fol- tried with the Chinese Engar-cane this year. We are all going to be come sugar planters, and are now in the apprentice state learning the best mode of cultivating the cane and manufacturing it into molasses. We shall continue to extract the most important facts from the details communicated by difiorent individ uals to the different papers, so that Bfc phia last Tuesday. A well-known criminal lawyer, who prides himself upon his skill in cross-examining witnesses, had and odd looking genius upon whom to operate. The wit ness was a boss shoe-maker. 'You say, sir, that tho prisoner is a thief!" "Yes, bir; cause whv, she confess-ed." JLJ Y 11 OBTAIN FOR Tenn. fessiou? "I do...

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 May 1858

55? SCEnSKKWWSB - - n "1 eSJ sai ';:'. ' ferSra faavaca . .. PUBLISH Lit & FKOFI51ETOK. 1 .-" lit' I i-f; ! N. O. WALLACE, J "Let all the ends thou aiut'si at . be tlif Country's, ,t!iy Cod's, and Truth's.' NO. 2. VOL. 8.- I A Y E T T B VI L L E v T E N : T U URSD A Y , MAY 1.9 J I- whole m m trt7Tvo Dollars for one yearif,paid v.l tli2tiina of aunscription;Tw L!:iis l Viftf CeiltS,VTITn0UTDEVIA7I0', after the. expiration of three months.-"' tC7.kll Bills for Advertisements, JoL Work. or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with w-horn we have runnirag accounts. CT".5ab33rihers failing t o order a discontir nanceof the paper.atthe expirationof the time for which th'oy may have subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. ' ICP'IVo Paper will be cent out of the conntr nnl-css paid for in advance. f5"A.lvsrtiseHient e inserted atOnc Dol I:tr per Squaicef Tvvclve Linos or Lrss, for the first insertion; T...

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 May 1858

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER? OFFICIAL TAPER OF THE COUNTY N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. ItlMIUI iil?.. CTl .. 1. ! . .1. 'o iT;-n ; a,pt0J - vi,.vv rAYETTEVILLIi, TLNN": 4V Thursday Morning, May 13, 1S58 to make a Constitution f,r'thoiwouM t'ouc to .on.o extent he r. , r t 11111 'growing preponderance td Ireo Slates " " 0r P-n.U PCC " I'41 lh0 No,lh- Tl(0 i,lnl wo BUM'ow r A,ailK8, - ! several ladies say that it was a Con- 03Vcr entered the mind of this wri borne of our readers may havoistilut5on for th() rrotcttibu'of wem;njtcr, ti nt tl o?e new Senators might forgotten the provision made by our Lml (.j,i;(i,vn ;u u'n jfoftg. When; he Bell and Crittendens, who wouU last Legislature for the future man agement of banks in Tennosseo. For the information of such, we pub lish a Iritf statement of what was determined by that body. These provisions era simply is followF: . 1. That tho banks shall resnma : Fpecio payment on' tho 1st of .No vembcT.lSuS. 2. That thoy shall pay out no noto under the denom...

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