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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 June 1858

t . (i Irs V V .Jr. 1- j a ' 1 1 Ai 5 J w w Mkj t Free of Postage in Lincoln Comity THURSDAY, JUKC IT. 1858. - ? to . ADvruTiSEKs! - rfr The . FOST-Qh'FICE LIST ..tliXKSlspuulUilieain tbe. Vr A.irtrtisetner.tumustbe handed intothe H fljco ly Tt.7n y Morning, to insure an appear auce iu the following Taper. .- , v , . . , .tethS hTWed1" - wu.cu tuey nro handed n. , 1 C3 A Request Easily Granted. 'rPerfJona purchasing articles advertised iu o'lrcolumns, will confer a favor by iMeiitniiiipv thit ther saw the advertisement iu the PaVHTTEVILI-K OBBEItYFQ ' Ncatlr Printed Blauks. Constables' and Juiticeb blanks jiibtpnnted lor sale at oar desk chemK Carden 'Truck" . A mao . of "espcrienco' u always! snid to know beans;'' a human be - ini'is iocularly called a "forked ra'd- iiaiimiLUA uior,uvr,iv' iu dutails, wtfhaye concluded to pub-lject cditorlly lo-morrou: 7 ; . Qoid.v.;; "i::::"..: pom by authority of -an Aet-( Congress, which - . .. . - 1' - - ' n ,...-.- 7 '. exchavoe. ' " t-rasri U...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 June 1858

&t : drmrr. Growing Raspberries. Farmers complain , that , apples do not do well, and make no effort to grov any other fruit. You can grow raspberries very easily, and the groves jtbound in plants vhicht have but to be cultivated to improve in quality. We would not fay a word against the" ioijrovtd varieties,, and consider it pocr pjliey to grow any but tha UV Let m:.riy iLimeis can be induced, to grow the common varieties found in tho groves, wlio would grow none if tho plants cost! them a trip ta tho nursery. Of the raspberries wc should choose the com mon black, which is very hardy, and bsars wella luscious . fruit. It should be grown extensively by every farmer just commencing, 'he can have fruit at once; and no garden on an old settled ' farm should remain without it. c, Tho fruit. is easily gath ered and dried, and the vines are sub ject to very few, if any' enemies.' . AU the c.ire they need is to keep the Btilf prairie sward from their roots, and the occasional removal o...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 June 1858

7 1! If 5 ' i Hi' U - r - . ' i . ' -.7. ' .' .'-,--.- ? - , V-.., . ... . ' - . , . " . " ' ' ' .-..,-.-:!. : , - .Vi : .:i r i-: .: - I . 1 .' . t ; w v: . '; '-'-v '; S . -'.'.': w r," - i i . . ... . .- . -' . - - ... - - " . O. tALLACE; - ' '. "Let ail the ends thott ultat at be HIT Country s,; Uf i JoTs, -and jTroiiya j ? -; ... , : r ; Pl-LWBLl. PnoiBIEIOB. NO. S.-V0L S. UilOLE NO. S72,J " jtXtfo ioPar forone y?arif paid at UlUl Fifty OCMttWlTUOUTPKVlATIOS after the expiration of tfcree roei-tlis.. Work, or Suhacrirtion, coi.si.'erel tine Knm we have running accounts. . CirSubscriberF failing to orders .liscontin- nanceoi tue pnpcr,i. v.-K r v: .1. 1, mn v li !va Kiilmrrnwri time ior wnicu. mi; -i are contidered as wishin? to renew; and it will b continued to them accordingly. IO" No PIfr will he sent out of the coimtv unless paid for in advance. ftrAdrcrtiscment i inserted at Oir Uol-1-ir m- Square of Twelve I-ihcs ir Li, for the first insertion j Fiilj C''U for each continu...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 June 1858

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER OFFICIAL F-APER OP THE CO UNTY, N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrWcE At the tame-Old Stand: "Observer Printing Ofue." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: H 1 M Thursday Morning, Jnne 24, 1858 Slareand Free Stales. The Banner of Libi rty, published at Middletown, New York, thus dis courses touching these designations, which are so generally applied to the States of the North and the South: A Misnomer. The too common distinction of the Northern and Southern States as "free" and "slave" States. Any person well informed upon the subject knows that there is much moro freedom in the Southern butes than in the Northern. In the latter the Puritanic tendency to ty ranny has so far encroached upon and subverted the primitive Republican institutions of our ancestors, as to deprive citizens of man' of the dfcar est immunities of freemen, while in the Southern States it is well known n conservative spirit has prevailed, and there has been much less innova tion. If, therefore, the distinction of "f...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 June 1858

5 . 4' I - Fayctlcyille. Observer Free of Posiagt In Lihcln Cocny TIlVfiSDAYr JUNE .34. S8 v BUSINESS NOTICE! TO ADVERTISERS I .'tv.. JnSTOFFlCE ' LIST OF LETTERS i publish.! i the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of-an. Ac. of . Congrcs. whkh that itsbalt aprar ia tle sparer kavin- the-.., . ; , . , Largest Circulation! vfr Ad vc rtisem entsmustbe handed into the Office by TWay vnn?, to insure an appear ance in the following raper. ? ' : .1 OT A A vertiseraents are inserted in the or der in which they ara'bahded ;u V t j . ':t A Request Easily Granted. y&a 'Persons purchasing articles advertised in o-j r columns, will confer a favor by mentioning that they taw the advertisement .1 ,. the Fayettkville Obsebveh-C0 Neallj .Printed Blanks; Constables' and J usticea' blanks just printed aad for sale at our desk cheat. The Chief End of Blan With deference to St Paul, we bo lb ve that man was made to be mar ih'; and we nppeal to nil our spin ster and widow readers for judgment on t...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 June 1858

www.-! iiww'--wlffji1l-iw mm nrw-w . mm irwaf-- 1 1 n . , , r1f n m 3 it .1 4i 1 n ju ;$nnur. MUSTY GRAIN. rersons baviDg musty gram nro fml ani jFiina.. A Varnix3 to Married Men A coteinporary thus chronicles the ad jt to csiimate il too low as be'iDg'' ventures of an iudiYidual having a wotrbless. It is generally supposed J laIul mie: ' the misty Qivor parvaJes tbe whole! A married man, wboso baWts,ttt , . - i. . . cot very regular, one evening last kerud-when, m fact, it rarely pen- kj walking the 8f ec. ctrrtlcs through tbe coat or bran coontered a Udy. whose walk nnd ac- c. wring. tions encouraged htai tunrMress her. he LrNCHBURGf on tbe street. If ecru, wheat or other zraia is ; He waa pleased at the impression rnoM !n.m it ; fcnilinc tt0tr; ni'de and, forthwith,' offered her his . - 14 arm to escort. Jrer home- which she una let it remain till the water is cold, f - 'ft. , -',,.:; - ; -? accepted. . Alter leading him arouna The quentityof water should bojs6m VfeWiquares, she ...

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

CI a "Let nil the ends thou 5 nlm'st at be 'thy Country's, thy Ood's, nml Trntlfs;' n KListin: & ruoFicicToi:. Id. WALLACE) I fl f ii n "nnri - ' . , . - - - : ' ' f " ... .'.- - -: - n- ' ; r- : ; ; " . 1 : 1 I Hi V it NO, 9-YOL 8. 0Tvo Dollar forone yearif paid at tho time of subscription;!' Dollars . mid Fifty Cent, witnotiTDsvTATiON, after tho erpiration of tLrce months. tC7AI Bills for Advertisements, Joh- Work,, or - Subscription, considered due f when contracted, except against those With i whom we have running accounts. 0TSubscr;heT8 failing to order a discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the - time fof which they may have subscribe, nrc considered as wishing to renew; ntid it . vil 1 he continued to them accordingly. CJ JVo l:ilcr will be sent out of the cpnnty unless paid for in advance. ("Advertisement t inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve IJiies or Loss, for the first insertion ; Filly Cents for each continuance. tjf Terpons advertisinVy the ye...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 1 July 1858

ntiiYTi t - l ' . - ..- OFFICIAL PAPER OF TIIE COUNTY N. 0. WALLACE, EdUor. OrricKf f.'te aw Old Stand: Siffl 0 f " Ubttrvcr l'nnting Ojict." FAYETTEFILLE, TEJiN: Thursday Morning, July 1, 1S53 APPROPRIATE. A "resolution was adopted at a recent convention of clergymen in TCiw Orlpan ttif. a'thp rn m. tug Fourth of July will be on Sun d it, special prayer be offered upon that day, all over the country, (or the prosperity and religious im provement of the nation, and that the hour of prayer be fixed accord ing to longitudinal diliere nces, so that at the same moment. irrespec tive ol the time o! day at any place, prayer all over the country will ascend at once. As a country and people we have special cause of gratitude to tho Giver of all good. We have enjoyed largelj of Ilia mercy and favor. From the power of those whether at home or abroad, whose ruthless hands would desecrate and tlestroyour beautiful Temple of Lib erty, which has beeu to the oj pressed of all nations like the "sha...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 1 July 1858

- t 5 r r I : f. If !i I1 ! f 4 1 I iv. i I r ; j 5 la if ' Favplifn'ilta Observer . - L .. . Trie of Postage in Lincoln County THUKSDAT, JULY . X, 1858 iysirssiQTicE! TO ADYKUTISEBS ! - , (7 Business laea will please boar in mhid FAYETTE VI LLE OBSERVER HA 3 A Larger Circulation ! BY SEVERAL HUNDRED! than anr tfcer newspaper published in South".' Tennesse. This fact the Publish er is abuaJantly W to prove. 03" AavcTtiseTneT.tsmusthehaTidedinto"the t!fice by ZWio? to insure an appear ance in the following Pajer. - fVAdrertiscments aro inserted in the or fler in wb'xli they ar banded ;n. ' A Revest Easily Granted. '-Persons purchasing articles advertised in o-ir column, willconfera favor by mentioning tht'th-y w the advertisement in the 1 F.iYETTEVlLLE OB9EBVF.njfJ Neatlj. Printed Blanks. " - Constables and Justices' blanks just printed k.id for sale at our desk c7.eap. Warm Wether Literature ' Sprightly newspaper articles must not ha looked for ia very warm -t?etber. Hot beds, howev...

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

t .nrnur. Aew Piaa for ; Drying Peaches. As the furze' which covers the peach is very objectionable in drying thni with it on, and as peeling them for drying U a tedious process, and chuscs Ihe loss of much of the sweet est and best parts of the fruit, a plan which n ill obviate both of these ob jections &d give us the dried fruit ih gooii as u peeled, anu even Deuer, is a desideratum, tfcp supplying of which would be very acceptable to nil who are in the habit of dryiDg this excellent and desirable fruit fur table use. A lady friend of the.wri ter has found it out and communica ted it to bim, and ho will here de scribe it. Make r tolerable strong Jye with woid ashes, by boiling them art nub fliutj. ; Tlie Past and the Present. ; "Get'out of the way, old Dan Tucker, You are too late to come to eupper." This popular 60cg has been changed, in the course" of, advancing refinement, so as to read:'- . "Will the venerable" Daniel Tuck er, Esq., have the goodness to with draw, for a fe...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 July 1858

l).M.MJliJJ.maaBJtBMlJWa a II 1 I J 111 I I ! 31 mi LI 1 for ' 1 i , ; j -. i .- . I ,. i i.' i- :f i v i n. o. xvii i. mi:, 'l all lite t?ntl tliriit iilm'ti ut lm l.ltjr i'oimli y , thy iiir, mul Trnlli's. ( rt ui.mn it ritornii ion . . . - . ;. ! i a- . , . j ' t FIT ' ' jj y i? I! IS 1 X f NO. 10. VOL. 8. lUl'llTTimUII, .TKNNs T I! II II SI) A I', JUIiV 8, 1858 ,1 uitiB u, m, n wn Iiiiwii i hi mil i i miiii in mi iiiii ii irt i i n rn ra i ami m ia 'tJBimMiimimwn r n n ?2 r rw a IrpTuo Potlm fnronn trmtir pntd at Hint inn nf iilmrrfption ; ttll:tt4 nml l liif rmt4,wnriot'i ttRTUiniN, nflpr (ha e k (lt ut ton nf Uuet months. Infill HUH for A.WcH'wnintK .1 rl. Wink, nr Bubartiptinti, i -Misidpn I itttti ulmti rotitvnrlril,cx( vyi n: aiint thosn with v. limn we linvo tnnnliiu hi-rotuUs. 0'! Nul srtiliera failing I o order a (itsrontitt nanrp nf tli 9 paper , at the expiration of I lie unit! mr ntr mrr tnay liitv pnlmci ilt. ntn riMisiilcfcil ns willing to 1-cih.mv; ftml it will 1'0...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 July 1858

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER; , ' OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COVSTY N. 0. WALLACE, Editor.' Ok riCK At the same Old Stand; Observet Printing OJce." Sign of tlie FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning, Jul 8, 1858 Exchange Bank of Tennessee. There is no sale, at Nashville, for tbe noica of tho Exchange Back of MurfrcesboroV A leading member of the Tennessee bar, having critical ly examined the provisions of ifce Free Banking Law of Tennessee, give9 it us his opinion that the State is li able for thejuoper application of the stocks deposited as security for the circulating notes of the Free Banks; nnd in case of an issue Jn excess of with the constitution, down wilbre the securities, tho Comptroller is Kgion, downv with the Church, down personally ' liable for the 'over-issue. ,the Bib.le and let ttU 6 to lel1 In m mnru nninr, nrvirtw. everv btate that assumes to stand between bank ers nnd the holders of circulating notes, is unquestionably, liable, and no Legislature should hesitate a momentabout ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 July 1858

- FaVeUovMIo ObqpWpri 1U I Free oS Postage in Lincoln Cpnnfy TIILIISDAY. JULY 8, 1858. BUSINESS NOTICE! TO ADVEUTISEKSS OT Business meu will please tear in mind that tLft . FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER HAS A Larger Circulation I BY SEVERAL HUNDRED ! . thn any other newspaper pnblitdieii in Sonthero Tennessee. Thia fact the Publish er is abundantly able to prove. fftf Advcrtiseinentsmnsthehsndedintothe D flice ly TttJay Morning, to insure an appew ance in the following Taper. fi-TA Ivertisemcnts are inserted in tha or der i which they are handed ;n. A Request Easily Granted, '"Persons purchasing article advertised in o't r columns, will confer a favor by mentioning j that they saw the advertisement in the Fatettevillb Obsebvkrj) Neailj Printed Clanks. ConsUV.es' and Justice' blank just printed atd for sale at out dusk cheap. . 1 . . . !.. 1 X Fajcltevillo Female Acndemy ' Lnst week the . examination' of the students of tho Fayetttville Fe jjiide Aciidemy took place, tnd we but eidio- the -c...

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 July 1858

&t armrr. LYNCHBURG MULBERRr. PETERSBURG. PROFESSIONAL. For Bio Head or Jaw. Tafco hnlFntnt I nrrtpnf inp. 1 n?. I .Mm..h..r , .'.. .ft.. ..,... ft- - . . V .- ... . ---.- 1 px. Corrosive Sublimate, mix and L sbaving ghi ,g nQ let stand for e day, ana it ia fit for j Thft Uwyw wouW to botler off, use. Uscnboutono table spoonful i his eonscienco fur less pliant, who on each side of the bead or jaw, bathe, owned h littlo farm in foo und mado the parts wt'll with a "hot iron, do'1 Ma dieutv ... , ... ,11k I No huvo somo doctors n our this once a day until you use nil the . , . .h . . . medicine; at the Earns time, meoce giving Sulnhnrv nbotit one- fourth of a lb. at a dose, until you J uive three or four lbs; do this everv ibo. or five clays- bled mo.er.U.y every sixth day for five or six times; and keep your horse out of wet! weather while doctoring him. This medicine is poison. ; ' " Pole Evil. Use about the sanro n...;v tiw. m tnpHimnP. !- IIUUUIIl I . , j I I wavs washms the so...

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 July 1858

&2S3ari: I I'LELISHEIC A riCOritlEIOlt. ril be hf Couiitry'Si thy aud Trntli's LH' all 'tile cnl itta'oti t nirn'M Kv O. "WALLACE, 1 1: ko, m.- NO. J1.-V0L. X 4r- iiinnTi IV 111 1 1:1 II UUiJU ft - i'- -1 t i Two Dollars for on Vearif raid at tljetima of subscription; Two Dolhirs and Fifty Ceti f wiir ho deviation, after the expiration of three months. tvCTAH Bills for Adyertismpnta. Job Work, or Subscription, considered dne when contracted, eicept against those with vhom -we hare running accounts. ' OT Snbscribera failing to order a discontin umceofthn p:per, at the expiration ofthe time for which they may have subscribed, are erruidered as wishing to renew; aud it wil l"'oe continted to them accordingly.' : ' tCPlV Fnper will be sent out of the " county unless. paid for in advance. , OC?" Advertisement inserted alli I1 t lar per SQmrc cf Twelve LIim s ' or Less, for Ihe first Insertion; Filty Cents for each continuance. . t." Persons advertisinj; by the year will be charged Fo...

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 July 1858

FAYSTTEV ILLE OBSERVER. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUXTY mm ft-. iN. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Ofnce wl fie tame Oil Stand: " Observer Printing OJice." Sign of tie FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Blorcing, Jaly 15, 1858 Dank of Tennessee. Several of Ihe Bunks of this State, J eo the Comptroller informs the Knor ville Citizen, have notified him. of the acceptance on their part of the vondiiions imposed upon them by the list Legislature. Among them are the B.ink of Tennessee, Shelby v ills B.ink, Ltwrenceburg Bank, Agricul tural Bank, Back's Bank, Bank ofUj Middle Tennessee, Exchange Brink, and Bank of Chattanoogathe list; liowevcr, with a condition annexed that the acceptance shall not be so construed as to involve the Bank in n forfeiture of its charter in the event no officer or teller or the Bank shall,! , The flBankV Vhicb has al coutrary to the instructions of the- n ; .-,, .roll,:n. Board of Directors, violate any pro vision of law the penalty for which is a forfeiture. ThBrnmntrolkT has ad...

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 July 1858

.i-j"'- -. -' i V n i ! '(! I ' 1; t - . i; r. i 1 i " ' "-"" 1 1 - 1 . ' 1 1 : ' . : : ' KtlVPflovMln TlKcoivrt!ShclbniIlc Dank ' ' , LJ1. Free f Postage, I a Lincoln Couiilj TIIVXTSDAT. JULY 15, 1858. BHOIf'fC&C : MAT! fC f UJl.ifclOO NU I lUfci - TO ADVERTISERS! DT" Business men will please War in mmd FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER ' ft AS i Larger Circulation ! BY SEVERAL HUNDRED ! than -any other newspaper published in Southern Tennessee. This fact the FublisTi er is abundantly able to preve. ' " ft5 Artv-trtisemer.tsmustbe handed intothe 0 flice by Taulay Morning, to insure an appear ance in the following Fftpor.. 0O"Ad rertisementa are inserted in the or der in which the are handed ;n. -'" CS"" A Request Easily Granted, j V!r"Pcnons purchasing articles advertised in o'ircoltimns, willconfera favor by mentioning that ther saw the advertisement iu the Fatettevillk ObsksvefxO Nenilj Trinled Blanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed aad for sale aUourdsk dteas. . Banks , B...

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 July 1858

LYNCHBURG. 310LBERRY. PETERSBURG. 'PROFESSIONALS - -i W O IF 1 1 r Managcmeot' of Coltsr A great deal has been written in regard-to the care, management and training of colts, and it is a subject worthy of .ho closest study cf Italii'ufcSn; breeder, as the Talae of: the - horse something a fev? feet ahead, lyin on depends next after his blood and rediffree entirely odoq the manner in which it is reared and trained for ribe. The following , letter; from n gentleman in PlainGeld embodies much sound sense upon the subject: "If I had acolt one year old that'jstice that it was a log and nothing bid fair to make a horse worth one, two or five hundred dollars, I would give him a stable at night, ten; feet sqoare, by himself; keep it well lit- tered with saw dust, fine shavings or cfr.m " t nK iva cfonri mm stu me uay vgoou neaa uhj.j he could eat,' nnd would feed him something besides, every day, say carrots cut up fine, with a little In dian meal mixed with them, or a quart or two of oats...

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 July 1858

r J i : - i) V t - i i i i "f I HI 1 i 1 PT. WALLACE, j M . r ; ; r MLetai the end. tnoii:alVi nt W Coutrr. rtdd'; and.TrMth'8.' ,v . I ; NO-8. U lza -;r:. i. r.:.. - ICTTvro Iollar f orone year if paid at the time of autocr:ption;'Two Dollars find FiTly Centw.virHOCTbKviATiONj . after the exphratiw of tlree months. C"Jkll.IIill for AdTertiscir.enU." Job V Work, or Subscription, considered '. due s ' wb'en contrastod.eirept against those with ' wIkto we have TnhniDg accounts. ". "CiT Subscribers failing lo order a discontin nanceof the paper .at the expiration of the time for which they roar have subscribed, arc considered ns wishing to-renew; and it wil I be continued to tLera accordingly. , IrylVo Iapcr will be sent out of the con nty ur.less paid for in advance. . OCTAdvettiscineiiti inserted at OntDol. lar per qnm e f Twelve Lines . r Less," for the first insertion ; Filtj Tcrsons advertTsing by the year, will le charged Forty Doilursfora whole col-1 ' umn ,'1'westiy Dollars 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. — 22 July 1858

r FAYETTE? 1LLE OBSERVER;-i': 'i... '. .. ; -1- ; . OFFICIAL-PAPER OF TEE COUKT.Y N. O. WALLACE, Editor. OrrrcK At tit ame Old Stortd: Sign of tU OUtrver Printing OJJice." ' FAYETTEV1LLE, TENS: Thursday " Horning, July 22, tOSQ SUPREME JUDGE. -All parties throughout the , State.? eeom.to concur in a desire to .canter the office of So ipreme Judgf,. made lamented death of raflnnf. !)V thft iinn Trw 7? TT.rrri, nnnn the lion! on AJVU urn i i - - - . . T TT1" T TT - .1 A m nn honorable, moral, npright man,Mr. I-irge nmVers of .his pioTessionai . WriglU -fas set an example of .loteg-j brethren to assume .the'positJon of a rity that few indeed, besides himself, Caudfdftte,:and;wilLbe warmly eup- ..can boast of. . But . beyond this,. be .P0 -very portion oT Uie State t. i, . .. . - . 4 by tbe bar and people. - Not only is has proven himself in; all respects. fiUei2 by judicial learning long capable of fulfilling the onerous du- .practice,- aqd sound legal bind for ties of the post .to whi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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