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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 September 1854

fti triUhi r. i - . '! " .- j I .1 '. . ;- -. ' ' :. ' . ; t 1 I . ' ' . !. : "" - ' . - 1 ' " " i ' . ! i - . f' I; ! ' : ' - : I ! ' : - ' . ' : 'I : ; 1 ' ; . i 1 , It- . wt va 1 iTI.. r luivciicville uoscrver , ; j -. bargains yes, bargains! may be fre of Postage iu Lincoln Count)! j had t A7, MoortzA" Wright's cov- tier. The new stock' has coine, .and they me uoW reader to afford the greatest bargains that can be imag ined, anticipated, or enjoyed. They sell all sorts of Goods so choaDlv. that nothing in the store need be wanted by anybody, however limited their income. J , TiE'sisrAV.'si:iTrtni-::cai,i8.'5.j ESrSasiaw Nolice.jraj!'! - j i OCT- The Pfst-Oilji- List of Letters is pub lished in th-3 'Jerii O'tswer, in compliance will) a law of C;r-i which provides that it. shall appeir in tho l.ev.vaper having the OI'IIE CHEST. Sir Aslley Cooper, Bart., 51. D.,f HPk a m m 5 - w j - a "Km ' ? J 03- Adv.-' O.V1-3I.V ; p.nciiu : Lsme-ntsmusf he handed into the . M ''" ) 'i;7, to ins...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 September 1854

C ": t I ; . . . . . " ' ' ' T1 i "I " . i : I ' ! 1 . . i ' 1 . ;.L .jL.j.r-;;J-,::; '.C-...... ' ' 35 annrr. Tarnips as Food for Block. i SilEsiRa Editors: A Tery valua "ble article in the Auguatjnumber of the Southern Cultivator on the Tur nip, suggests the idea of j wintering mules aud horses upon them. We , of the South, I have always though t, depeml too exclusively on the ccrn crib, and if a partial substitute could Le.foupd, there would be fewer corn buyers, less stinted stock, and corn ut reduced fcrices. . Will you inform me whether turnips can be fid from i the field to mules with; safety, and the best mode of preparing them? Would you feed roots and tops to- gether? Could mules be worked up on this feed and kept in working or- dcr, as we sayj which meaus a slate a. between rolling fat anunqt seeing the ribs? tviiai luiuip is ui'bi tur.i ims purpose? Any information you can give to aid a corn-crib will be truly welcomed, i j i Truly, . j Rebek. j Remarks. Raw turnips may ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 September 1854

s t fr 11 o r ,E ii ' Tl ... ... : ji - ::- -'"'. 1 - ' , : ; ; !- 1 -r ' :- -"l . I- ; : ' ': jr v "1 1 M.O.WALLACE,- I ! . : I "Let all the ends lliou aim'st at " be thy Country's, thy (Sod's, and Truth's." ' , PUKHSIIEIJ A ritOPHlETOIt. it- ! r fc -t ii if ? f - if 9 h k H I t- 'V i. -. . - I: I i ! ! I FAiEiWilM, TIM: TMRSMf SEPT, 28, 1854. ! WHOLE j0. E - -;; ' ;J . ' ' : . - ; . . ; , . 1 ; . - ? L ' I VOL 4.N0. 25. 8' i)ti;tr for one year if paid at the time of subscription; Two Itollstt :Uid Fifty Cents, without deviation alter the expiration of lliree months. ICTAII Hills for Advertisements, Job WorU, nr Saliscription, coimidrtred due, when c.ntrinteJ, except against tlnw-3 with whom m have riiniiiiu accounts, i 7-Subsci ibers failing to order a discor.tiimance of the iai?r. at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con-, sulered' as wi'shing to renew; And it will le r continued to them accordingly. 1 1-3 .o PaiMT will be sent out of the county i...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 September 1854

- 1 1 -in i v - n- ui m:mnw u KAYUrriiVlLLEOBS KHVEH. cl ro;!a hi Lhieolja Co;:i:h! N. G. in ' "Oi.vav l'i'tn::.;j 0.7.-c." FAYKTTEVlLLE.i 111; i t lit 6 1 l v;iiV. ll fnr tllG good of the Creator ron.lorcd Ljdi of srt ing fur beyond his ncj ioof; nilo luttsxily- and i n ? for 1; Wherever this fault finding with one s condition or position occurs, there. i3 always ;i runt of self-rcepcct. 1 f you arc st right-down clover follow, wash the wormwood off your face, and show your good-will by your good deeds. Then if people 'fool above you,' why return the compliment and foclabovo them. If they, turn up their noses because vou arc a mechanic, or a firmer, or a shop boy, turn up ! your! Massachusetts, nose a notch higher. If they swells ihodo Island, . Jtu'liPtl ) llAV TVico vrm in lhrt cfr.f 8 finilffl .It'll t. . man tivit' ".j -io . j siuvi wv....,.v..' -j iew loru, New Jcrsev, ! Vt .. tf.... I ' I. I I ... 1 inn niininvir.il ianus. All .".r(.i of jirnon nra afloat in li'lntiuu In tho ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 September 1854

4-T '1 ... U til . f 4 "i :1 M 2 M 1 ' K 1 '-. , rr - -; I . . t J a if ! If hi f i f ; v. 5 I I ? I !3 ;1 5 rim S 1 Si 4 1? it : Hi Hi t 0 ,1 if ' i ,11 ! .1 I I 1 s iFayeUeville Observer,1 Era . ,i j A lumpike Gate-the first, we be j?rcc of Postage in Lincoln Conuly! ItiU! RS A Y.S E PTEJI B K It 2 I 8 3 i Here, ever erecjed in Lincolo county is now, and lias been for :i month j or so, in operation, one mile from this j place, on: tbo " Lynchburg Turnpike. T T J Jtes business oucc. iv-t ti, t.,. novo i.t' tt T.ottfi ;a lisheiinthoiWcOvrr,incom)iiancc iDe scaspn ot Ine year is approach X1 ;a.;c"' "Zirr in vvhen! dirt roads LARGEST riBCX-LATIOS.Cli o and then fclT Advertisements must be handed into the Office by Twin j Morning, to insure an appear- j ancc in the following Taper. : i ' . (Advertisement? arc inserted in tho or der in which tlicy arc handed in. Neatly Printed Blanks. . Constables' and Justices blanks just printed Jnnd for sale at our desk cheep. j VYoo(l U Those who ow...

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 September 1854

i .t.I I ! (Ljjr Jafnirr. k ; . 1 1 'Sir r!' said Fieryfa'cias, the.lattyqr;'cndrt i an unwilling witness, Mo -you say 'ing fromt .1 ll i T( t ? Jr.. 1 ..,.1 ,.. I . m Uncs lie persons recciv- HTAVING "associated A Mercantile' businesH. will at all to sea their" friends and all hnv wrirt-i-i. t hov are TfiW to an Unwilling WltnOSS, do VOU Say from tho" Eastern Cities a- lama and well 'on vnur nntli. Mint Rlimnkinft is-n d is-. : selected stock of new and l:v.hiqable that is brenwill nnke itji,' t m..nV t .jsooJ. an o wincu they wm sei oi. tne . . w - ........ , i incr r i;iiim l. 'rnw. n i iht imrriiiiHt'ir How ta Make Barren JiVecs Fruitful ; Persons unacquainted with t lie i!ivsio!o2V of trees, wonder why ia- kfu-r a ring uf bark, from the. liuib of; a tree produce fi Jit. This is owing to tiie physiology tfhe vegetable kingdom. The sap of phn's. and trees, ascends ia spiral vostlv comaiDoly . cdled rnrps. furnimi? in its ascent the albumen the np der the outf-r bark. To stop the ...

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 October 1854

' ' ' . ' , - " :v ....!- - - - ..-.' - . ; ; . i : ! i ' . - , ( i. - . i - : 'i ,:!'' I -"''t ' ! v ' ' 1 ; I. 1 ' . . '!" - " " ? . ' j ; v -( j j ..- Mi,.- --..-.. v-:" ! .' j; I 'I'f : t i i - f ! .. O. WALLACE, Lot all the cads thou aiut'st a be thy Country's, thy God's, atid Truth's. 1UKL5I5E rUOX'IIlLTOK- ' ? J. I VOL. 4. NO. 26. 7 FAYETTBnLLB IIURSDAV, OCTOBER 1854. 11 5riTwo Dollars for one year if paid at tpio lime of Biibscription; Two Dollars iiid Fifty Out, without t.eviatios jjftcrtlicexjiirationof three months. All CSi lis for Advertisements, jod Vork. or Sjliseriiition, coiidcred dae.ulien doutr.veteJ, except against those with whom i 0 have runmr. accounts. Subscribers failinn to order adiscontmnance if the paper, at the piration of the time for which thev may hve subscrihed, are con- , sidered as wishing to renew; and it wnl be ri i-oniinned to them accordinsly JjAo I'apcr will be sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. Advertisements inserted at One Do...

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 October 1854

FAYltf rEVfUE observer; Free ot Postage in Lincoln Count v I N. OS The following k-eporl amount of School Fun coin county for the year I i . 1 t Mi V-Ai. a mi a.,., j. siaiemem, wie lrustee ... . y . . 0. WALLACE, Editor. School Moiipj of; Linclln County. i show the s due Lin- 1854. This F.ltlTTI.VIL!E, . TEXX: TIJiltVDAV, H V 1 1 " i OlTOBEir 5, 1851. Increased Cost of Printing Taper. The scarcity of rngs.a? material for paper-making.has increased to such a' d.-groe in England, thai the proprie- is all that is due to I named, unless a pojtioa cf last year's funds were ilot expended for tuitions Branch Bank ofiTes.nessee, Shelbyville, 4AIay SOt'M. Win. XeciJ, Esq., Trustte of Lincoln County: informs us, io Lhstncis Sir In compli visions of an act o scmbly passed lot nee with the pro- the General As- j January, 1844, icrs of papers have increased the authorizing tho sall of Scbool L Jnd pnee of subscription. In the Uni- in the Q of' lessee, I W Ud btatcp, also, a similar want of with...

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 October 1854

i v N ' . ; ; . . i I I I t" i - - I -- "fiiTiiliititft mm win ii nuiii If t 4 M n . i i 8" ii h i H I IP i 1 I: If II? !! U i 51 :'.f. 1 i ' -3 ,1 t .' ( i ; I) : i Fuvctteville Observer .-i tjrec of Pestle in Liaeobi Count) I'SITKSDAY, OCTOBKS5 3,1 ffr- TK-3 rt-OHi-c List ol. loiters pub l ' he-lii) the Iuoj- Ohirrvir, in coih I ith. a. law of Congress, which provide) that itjj llaU r.ppeV in "flic newspaper having thd j knGEE'r CIRCI.L.VTlON-.rflrjS ft5 Advertisements nrtst he handed anto the; rise by Tic Ivj Mimi'ij, to insure an ippejar-! ice the following t upcr. frVAdvcrtisomcnts are inserted in the t-r iu which they are hanuel in. .... . N-rallv Printed Blanks.! Constables' and Justices' blanks just A fur s.dc at our desk cheap. printed Hood c Those who owe us and wish i i -iVood, will please bring it 'along Hickory and Ash, for burning in siove, is the kintl. Ronght Out Jo. It Thompson Wholesale Gro qer nnd Commission Merchant, Sh eibyville, has purchased the inte rest of h...

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 October 1854

I i ;. . 1 - ; i I r ; I I . 7 n ' "T : Jnrnwr. ;1 I lut ana unci. ' How to Manage Stubborn Oxen. , We clip tha following from the Western Christian AJoocalc. We have read of tho chares of musiq, and folt them too, but have alwavs labor ed under tho impression i erroneous ofcour.se that '-round ing" tvus a more potent hard pwear- stimulus to oxen or horse in a "heavy drag than tho music of angels could nossihlv he. I I "Live and learn" is a Den wiuvauivr to: Wo have a communion lion from an Indiana brother on "How lo drivo Oxen.V. After having terms of severe but pro spoken in er condem- nation of the mhumani many persons to brutes, V shown by o relates an incident respecting a noig hbor of his, who was the owner of Sdverul yoko of oxen, but whoso hirsd mm did not particularly understand the best' method of managing t lem. One day, a number or the aniu.als go stall ed in a mud hole, and th ) hired man got mad the first thing au 1 beat them roundly. Presently tho owner came along and...

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 October 1854

' i l ; - i - ... UixauJu' i ilium ' 1 1 ' , ' ' '' ' ' ! " ' -' ygmmm0 IV. O. WALLACE, ,. ; ; ' "Let all the I end thou Lim'st at be thy Country's, thy Cfod'is, and Truttfs."- ! ! ' PUBtlshtR A PROPRIETOS. . : . ' ' . V '. v"v;. ; - ' ''' , ' : 1. , : J I ... I i- i-; L - Jl . j J : VjJlJy '' lOL 4 NO. 27; ' : : :..: " 1 .If'ATIM -;;f V. .11 HOLE AO, 1 5 i r - II . .. J1 1 1 ... ... . -I I I 1 Jj'l'wo Hollars for lone yean if j.aid at thf time of subscription; Two Dollars utid Fifty Cents, without deviation aftpr the ex juration of three months. Ir-p-All Hills for Advertisements, 'Jol. V. rk or Subscript ion, considered 4lue, when coilitr.ir.ted, except against those With u liuin we' have running accounts. . " fjC?3.ilsciil)ers failing to order a discontinuance. of the paper, at the expiration" of 'the time 'fop which they may have subscribed, arecon-iidlere-l as wishing to renew; and it will be i-otinned to them accordingly. I'OH'Vo i"or w ilrb; sent out of the county iii.K'i-s i ...

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 October 1854

' ...-! - ! - i "! . : ' ' ' " i 'V FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln County! N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Offtc At Vie tame 0!JStan.l:" SiSnof,t7ie " Observer Printing OJive." ' ( FAYETTeViLLK; TENN: TlIlIRSDAlVOCTODER 12,1854. The Social pirit, j Tbej growth of societies in large rities has often attracted attention, while the causo of it has never been satisfactorily ascertained. It is true that men combine for the sake of strength, protection, ijimproveme'nt, and harmony. But there are broth erhoods and institutes; whose origin Literature at the South. The Petersbnit (Va:) Intel cer, in an article headed "Literature at the South," refers to some recent taunts of the N. Y. Tribune, in tion to the warm reception of nams Magazino f t the South. Intelligencer maktes some quotations of a very insulting! character from the Tribune, and appl es to them the fol lowing remarks, which deserve uni versal attention: ' rgen rela-Put-The For the FayetteviUe Olskyr. pjtR. Epitor: By...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 October 1854

FajctlcviHcObseijei' Free of Posto la Lincoln County! TIIUttSDAlY OCTOBER 12, lace the !"tr The following gentlemen aijc authorized o act as agents, in procuring' subscribers to the Futeltei-ii.; Observer j I J no M. Smith. I'.! nff Spring Travis Co. Texas iiJA E. bottmT, Lynchburg. Tennessee. Adiicc to Churches By special request, we' give to the lolloping extract fron Minutes of Richland Creek Baptist Association, 4ur 1554: This Association advise .11 ' r - ' Mi; mmm fUR I little Btrqtfe ?j- WCTL1 l.Wll,.HCil.- .11 IS llOlSieU. v.-jr-y- the tt . r . fr t .1 i I iiiAwi.i, vjr. i i aijoauuuiis iur me iab wees hav been large; stocks of .bacon, lard, flour and corn light. ' - Bacon Hog round. 1112: clear sides 1212; choice bams, 1314; shoulders 10ll. I- - i Lard, in barrels ll12g; stock light: Corn, 80(385 limited demand. now Notice. I 4 LLthe Goods of B. VvY D. Carty, jfe MARTIN? MABTIS. wood ; i ; Those who owe usacd tvjish topayjaQd duties devolving on them as the n wood, will plea...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 October 1854

i - ' . ! . f- I ' (Sift arkri Reincdj for the Cut-Worm. Mb. Editor: The cutworm bas been Very destructive this setis&n. I : eet 240 sweet potato plants, and the : . - -i .. . r-.U r live lett. I bince tuen, I set ouucao- base and 1000 sweet potato plants, : I . .11. with a hickory leaf around each, and not a single leaf; was cyt. I the leaf on the eroun4. the stem end 1 j ' from me; lay the plant on it, the root to my right: take the stem end in my lelt liana, ana wun my rigut n. ' 1 M ' 1- L hand fetch the . top erjd of the leaf over the plant and stein end, which forms a tunnel; let 'tho plant come, through the leaf as it lis 'let in tho j ground before taken up; then open the ground with a trowel, or some thing of the kind, three or four inch- pa iprr' Kr. in tho nlnht and fill half full of earth; then a gill or half pint! of woll water; fill the hole, and press down a little, and leave the top of the ground dry. The leaf should be a half or three-quarters of nn inch below 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. — 19 October 1854

I . : . I,,;: .. j f . . " i - : : : ; j ; : : j . . rv, 1 ii fj 1 5 r r s 5 1 ' 1 3 j 1 111 r 51 r I7 , if . JmsI .inBi . I l ' S 1 j S I E E JS i 0 id did JL jialci lis as! -!lE I 2 ' - - r -"- - - 1 1 ; -' ' i " 1 " -j- . - ItM). WALLACE, j "Let 'all jth cn. thou aim'sl at be lliy Country's, thy Cod's, and Tinth's." . yiWLIsilEIt APKOPiMETOK. J i - PAVETWIME, "TEH: TiltfRSDAF, OCTOUER 19'. 1854. A' lillOtEIM m. Can't, Answer. VOL. 4 NO. 28. C7Tvo Dollars for one-year if paid at the time of subscription; Two Dollar uii1 Fifty Cent", without deviation aftertheexpirationof three montlis. j ley-All Bills for Advertisements, Job- Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, except against those witli "whom avc have running accounts. ! ("Subscribers failing to order a discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con sidered, as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. --tCPIVo lalcr will be sent out...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 October 1854

I - r i Free of Postage iu Lincoln County! N. 0. WALLACE, Edifcr. i Orrj.-K--.-lr fiit Mr,-e OH SlcnJ:' Syi rte F A Y E T T E V I L I E , T E N X: TIJVI5SIIAV, OCTOBER 19, ISS-i. niys:!f w.th fhern, I -l i .t'ij to! U 40 If 1 am, very truly,! your:,; GREENE Cl BRONSON. Messrs. Archibald C. Niven, Jos. D. Monell, W. G. Waton, John Mur, dock, Oliver Crook. - Ti:c!FhS'(.tho Union, pall shod at Jackson, and tue ceutral organ of the whig party of Mississippi, Horrible Accident! speaks Steamer Arctic and 89 Lives Lost! repu diated, by some cf the leading Organs The Democratic Fart? of ihetlnion. The more we see and learn of the Democratic parly, the more we IdYe Rumors are and cherish its broad, comprehensive New York, Out, i fl. .. K4- ciiMimni. A rnlin 1-11 n 1 il Tr... Xim V.It. nntinnol CrilTlf fl TA , . , . ... . ! ! utuuaii limb l no bicuuici xiiutiu mm yuilUY. its iiiii umwucu ...... out ngninat secret political orjgniza-ifntla PUe!ler4mer . or wrecks unselfish never-dying, never-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. — 19 October 1854

r v i s i fj'ayetlcvillc Observer F fee of Postage in Lincoln County! The .Nevada (Cal.) Democrat says was Li that a man by j he name of Hirst lately put on trial in Nevada for tin the nose of a son of the Em- m: its way. 'octobeb 19, iSJi.jerald Ulo, during 'a rough-and-tum-,u B2m TC. I b!e flSht au1 acquitted the jury XT The following gentlemen are authorized ) "geeing that, nit llOUgh the doCtir in act as nents in procuring suhscriben to the mending it had placed it considera- WtUvW Observe,-. " - - i bl v one-sided, it was still "fVrtnd . J - J so M. Smith, IJIufT Spring, Travis Co. Texas ! i2 E. Douthit, Lynchburg, Tennessee. i n ; r . - r CO" The Post -Office Nst of Letters is pnb- ;hed in the Fi'rUefille Oiserrer,in compliance ith a law of Congress, which provides that It all appear in the newspaper Laving enough for an Irishman!" Ibr the Fa geileville Observer. DIED. On the. 11t h of October. 1R54 of (lut Sibail1 i Elizabeth McIaniel, daughter df C. B. and j Louisa MfcDaniel...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 October 1854

; 1 '"',''' ' i - j . : i . 7 . vJ'-"-.T--t.-i. r 'i I I- S i' i J, I v i-. . 4 I'-'.i-' l i f ' 7 ' - ? J I Bjoe Sickiitss in Cows. ' Ir. J. A- Nash, of Amherstj Mass., writes :is follows to the editors of the Country GentL-miti: In your paper of n recent perceive an iuqiiry by A. T. date I Tattle, of B ifuM, to which I deem it taut that n correct nnswu'r sh 1 mnnr. juld given both for the gratification of; that gHiitlernan,nuihoas affording, mlormaiion important 10 uu uuiry j;ir mcrs on old lands. j It appears that Mr. T.'a cows have a morbid, sickly appeiita for old bones; that those affected with tho disease, gradually lose their flash and be come poor; thar,- although they eat . .- - 1 111; r well, they appear uumpisn, stilt m the joints, weak across the backs rtl IUU1.1I STUB I I 111 U K III. V 1 (1 illlllll I r rn i i- ii. i move. Mr. T has graphically de- , ,,i 1 i - e . .: which milch cows, on old, worn out pastures,, are always name; uut lie always liable; hut lie i has fa...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 October 1854

' -) - J . I I . .-., -' r , - ' i ': . 1 ; . V - p.A jrTTtr-M niMii 'm ' ijm - ' ' ' if- . T 1 :! : I I n I , -Tk pi sn i n n I n nn In -.V w .. n girt Bra tf- srvi m n i pa Tt- lT'ra a : E?ia Jrn rts k 'W rt a .:.... O. WALLACE, 'Let all the ends, thou a 1 m's t at be thy Country's, thy God and Truth's." PUULISJIEK PROPRIETOR; VOL. 4 NO. 29., mm tC7Two, Dollars for one rear if paid at - thotimi of subscription; Two Io liars stud Fifty Cents, without I'Eviation after the expiration of tliree montlis. ; lC7All Hills for Advertisements' Jl- Work, or Subscrrjition, coneidere J tine, w hen contracted, except against those with whom we have runmnjr accounts. ttirSubscribere failing toorder a discontinuance , the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are eon- siuered as wishing to renew; aud it will be continuud to them accordingly. ICIVo Paicr will be sent out of the cminty unless Tiaid for in advance. v Icy-Advertiaemonta inserted' at one ioi- Jar per...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 October 1854

' FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln Coanly! N. (WALLACE, Editor, OrncAt th tame Old Stand: Sign of (Ite " Observer l'nnling Office." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: THURSDAY, 0(TOBCIl 20, 1834. Commercial Affairs of the Country. ' It seems to be agreed on all hands lliat money matters arc going to bo tighter, during the jnext twelve mouths, than they have been in this country for many years. The failure of the provision crop all over the -Union, and the inevitable shortness of the cotton crop, have been the sub jects of remark from Maine to Geor gia, and yet none of our exchanges seem to havo arrived at any settled conclusion in reference to the matter. Ths New York Day Book, of a late date, has a good article on the sub jects After looking it over aijd care fully examining it, that paper has come to tho conclusion that- ' "Those who have debts to pay and pecuniary obligations to fulfil, will see harder times the coming winter than they have ever seen yet. We do no,L thiuk that ...

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