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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 October 1854

Mi i : It' 'I S ! tajeUevHIe bbscWcK I Free of Postage in Lincoln Coiinu triIVRSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1851. I - . ii j i i i 4 .. vve nave inieuuonauy omuieu,iasi !: week and this, to nublish tha Price Currentof Fayetteville, because, there 05" The following gentlemen are authorized j Y act as agents, in procuring subscribers to tha FauettevlVc Observe) . Jso M. Smith, Bluff Spring, Travis vo. i exas Iea E. Douthit, Lvnchburg. i enuessce. EST Dnsincss !STolicc.a 05" Tho TosUOffice List of Letters is pub bed in th Van'tUriUe Observer, eoniplianc 4ith a law of Congress, which provides that it all appear in the newspaper, having th A til EST CIRCITLATIOV.CjS Neallv Printed Blanks. S Constables' and J ustices' blanks just printed .el for s:ilo at our desk cheap. . f7" Advertisements must be handed into the X) jlice by Toe- la y Morning, to insure an appear ai ce in the following Paper. ' (-Advertisements are inserted in the or der in which they are handed: in. ', price -of any of the article...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 October 1854

" ' '";"h i n i ' ? farmer. When Stewpyd ham h.nol J J a rmrsn for ilnio-o-tno brick un a rrr-ide. ! Ineir , oo: o i o 7 isli taTerni Keepers simplv his Sjye "wHe4 by public ailvei tisement Mtpntion! to; "I rf-l ;i film 'oo:uo i - . - j i.. , . the horsQ shejtil is pulled towards ,'iveiy lurllei' on teuch a (lay; but hU tail and anchored there by the jl,le Yanjsccv rijore atrociously, senseless and mer&los3 check rein. writes in chalk ti port the devoted The, arrangement is unnatural; the,ai,hars back, ''Sjoup to'-rnorrow," nnirnal U constrained by it. He ! a piacesinm on parade before his must iqevitably lose strength by it,.,btelj thus basely jiiaking him a par for it disturbs the vital lorce ana in- ij iu his, own mui ducrls an unnatnml action in tho mus- him, in defiance der, and deluding bf all tl.fi Ian nf - . ' clss of the neck, head, shoulders, and nation?, U): ad vert, so fils pwu execu- - - i mouth. : There is actually; less ener00, T t l P it.' ! 1. 1 t ' i gy arm vig...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 November 1854

' 1 ' ' . ' . j ! ' ' ' ' I ' ' ' ' . ' , i I '" ' X. O. WALLACE, 'J.- ' ."'. '! : j ; ,, Let all the -l ea nV.t nt thy Conveys, 7liy j Goal's, 'ud TrntVs." ; ' U li;ilI.lSIIEU A IHOriij LTOll. i , I ? ! !; i r I 3 - i . WliOIiEi NO. II. VOL 4 -NO. 30. iimmimpmui m November ,2, im. 1; ? I C7Tvo Dollars for. one year if paid at the time of Hubscnptiou; Two Dollars ana rifty Cents, without deviation aftorthc expiration of three monihs. " CyAII IS ills for Advertisements, Job- .' Work, cr Snbstrition, cousidered due, when cositracted, excci Ag.unst those with, whom . we hare runrmirr accounts. OrSubscribers failing to order a discontinuance : of tb.e moer. at the expiration ot the time for which thev may hnve subscribed arecon- - siilered as wis1iiti2 to renew: ana is wiu ue - coutinued to them accordin'ily. ICjPNo I'aicr will be ssnt out of tLe county nnless jiaid for in advance. feT?Advertisaments inserted atOuc Dol Jar per Square of Twelve Lines . or Less, for tho Urst nweraoq; iriw...

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

" FAYTTFiVILLE OBSERVEK. Free of Postage in Lincoln County 0. WALLACE, Editor. Orrrc nT-(; the Mm 0?J Sign of the " O'jwver PrirUinj OJice." FAYETTEVILLE, TEXN: TilUliSLJAV, !VOVEnnEB2, 1854. Spiritualism DefioedJ A paper published in Fayetle coun ty, Virgiuia, entitled "The Mountain tSe Wfclchma.fc, the Englishman, the Irisfifnan, or the Polander,-who -made theso conditions. Tljiy are the work of American statesmen. They stand sanctioned by George Wash ington, Thomas Jefrerspn, and other illustrious fathers'-of oar Republic. We he'd outHthe nlluriDg invitation tn The-nenmn nt oi hnr rnnntnoa in l v . . i i come here, accept our conditions au become American citizens. Nor were we slow to impress upon the world the peculia our institutions. Indeed we boasted Cove Journal and Spiritual Harbin ger," is delivering from (the "i'nte. riorv some disclosures, which we have no doubt would be intensely inter- of our land of civil anc jcrty of our asylum religious lib for the -op- nn could en-...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 November 1854

mass Fn voi f p. vi Hp Ohcwrpp TarnlP f . I Our friend, Jacob Vance, Esq , his free .of Postage in Lincoln County! .'deposited, n Turnip iiioursariclutfa 1 --1 -: .. - ; which we mean the Turnip . . . . ' a . m m .hf .ia , " " point of size, considering the exceep jing drouth,' -rnny be safyly classed Vv Tl,. : ...1 ..... .xtVirvfirA to aot as agents in pr"ocurinsr subscribers to the ! anlong the big 0ne 6f the land. , It MSx.rin.Tra.ucoa ? tangible proofof the fruitfulness Ua e. Docthit, Lynchburg. Tennessee. ,of Lincoln soil showing that, whin Easiness Notice, (pPly managed, the plagues so I nr The rt-ome List of Letter is pnb-1 taI to crPPs 10 other counties, are bjit U-shedmthe v'''' O? Jj, his. . jf all Up- k5iU appear jo the newspaper having tlio t. .nn EST .'flIRCri.ATIOS.JDl Neatly Printed Clanks. I ro!j's"ta.1ey and Justices' blanks just printed ; nnd for. sale at our desk cheap. r-jT Awveitiiiomentsmustbc handed intathe Oni:-e by T'Wi lay Morning, to insure an app&ar j...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 November 1854

-tag,-' f . I I H:op5!.v.-Wi ' ' : I ! " : . " I 1 i ; - i ' lOUatt" SaVS. "TlilMH ofdisinn. v ; . j 7 nlly swefij and rise to,ael With, and eyp: beyond ' the edge' of the given .ihe that proof -ol vouraffet teeth. .-They are 'very sore, and thoUiot,, I bill believe that you lov horse feeds" badly on account of the; me.' . - pam he suffers,' fr6m ' the pressure of the food.- ; This is called the "Lam- pa?. It may hriso from in flam ma- tion of the , gums, jprop.'igatcd to the bars, when tho horse is shedding his tceth-r-arid youo horses are more subject -to. it than others or jfrorn i some siignt iutrutfe tendency m the constitution generally; as when aj young; horse has lately been taken up from grass; and has been over-fed or not sufficiently exercised.; At times.'it'ariDfMrs in no-pl riorprc- fn'f t r t o- - the rrofrressof frrnwtkin fr, fpofh ..k i:r- r. u i n iiuio xuc v animal. -..- 1 .. - i- .. .. In n mnnntv tiV -.Qro hn wn . ..rn--...v.:.T.-.:iLi.i ..jsf:on a "iiooueraie mi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 November 1854

----jr"-- T'Ts'tv- -,(-s- feae-.MKa)ni..giu. , 5 jr.,, . -...- ; r : . :.-,.!. ( .'' - - i- i . I i i .!. 1 . r- - . - . i ' ' ' ' !;! ! : ' " . - . ' - -t - ' ..'."! , . j : . I ' ' ' ' . ' ' - t '.; ' . . ' i : !- . . .''!.. ; i I : f i . ' ! . '- . -: ' - ! ' i, - I' -W.-.'.. , . ril,l- 'miautll ' "" .- ''. .. . s . - ' I ' . i j ' . . OJ I raj M 1 1 . W. O. WALLACE, .1 "Let all the ends thou aim's t at be thy Country's-, tliy God's, and Truth's. PUBLISHER '& PnOPKIETOIt: VOL. 4 NO. 31. nwnmii dnm t mi mi November 9, m, MM NO. E CTTwo Dollars for one yer if paid at luetime of subscription; Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, without peviatios ftftfcrthe expiration of three months. C?A!I Bills ,for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, except against those With whom we have running accour ts. C7"Subscribers failing to order a discc ntinuance of the paper, at the expiration o." the time for w hich they may have subscribe 1, are con sidered as wish...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 November 1854

v FAVfifTEVILLE OBSERVED, Free of Portage In Lincoln Conntj NM). WALLACE; EditTn - .. Observer Plaiting Ojjice." J F A Y ETTEVILLE; TE k X : TJIUIltD 1 V. XOVEUBEItsl IS.vi. Troperlj exeniptfroin Excc ition. The L-gislutiirje of Tennessee bus fivm timi; to time, since the session of 1820, (says a correspondent of tie Shelbyvillo Expositor) passed' laws exempting property from execution in the hands of poor persons. These "statutes are scattered through eome! i 1 i i half dozen volumes, and consequent ly the lawyer frequently has consid erable labor iu answering the -inquiries of persons interested as to what articles of property are thus exempt. It miy thereforo bo of service to -Oiem, and to all others interested s .-t . in Bucii inquiries, to have a bnct sitact of these acts published: b- Act of 1820, ch. 11, Seel Obe cow and calf, one bedstead and bed f. containing not more than 25 pounds of feather,, two sheets, two blanke s, aim one counterpane, one-nan dozen!., i t t r L. u un...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 November 1854

'-..... -11 AK...-lWlHAn rl!ftf-A :! ; "1- Branny o receipta or sales, m mr in riiri i in : La . . niiuuu jj a 1 1 j A tlf VllVi liiv .jujk ru " , ..,. V; 82iOOits . ine irusieesoi iunc ilton College nre Fre of Postage la Lincoln Connij! reqqested to ussonjblo at the Cum: Tit iTRn t vTniTTitniroiVai. berl.tnd Presbyterian Church n this place, bn Mondays-sight, I3th irist OCT Thafoiitfwing gentlemen are authorized A full attendance is earnestly rej vctM.30ntajnpVocuringtuliicriboHtotii quested, as busiVss of importance i'il , layUeviUt Observer I . - - ' -.- ( ! JsoM.SMim.Bluff Srrinjr.TrnvisCo.TetM to be transacted. ; la-oE. Doutiiit, Lvnchbur, Tennessee. j vV:; - 1 - : 1 ! E-Business Notice. joa' . "' Qr The Post-Office List of Letters is pnb ! ..she . ill the Faw'tlevtile 0!server,'m compliance . . . . -. M.. ili "With a law oi Uonirrcss, wrncn provides mat u t,iAi i iUJ. Mt at I r il hall appear in the newspaper ., having the j gularly, UCy;Wlli notify US of the L.ftOEsT f . - Uc...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 November 1854

3 .Stfrrmrtf 3 t if nniur. Traimirs Steers. The following mode of transform ing the wild and unmmngeable steer into the senile and well trained ox is both reasonable and instructive; 'we extract from the Country Gentle man: J The first noiut is to make them tamo and gentle. This may be ac complished, by; feeding , them. out; of the hand, and carding them daily .h They should be approached gently, without yelling at Litem till they are frightened out of their wits. After haying reduced them to a suite of perfect docility, a' good yoke should be procured, suitable to their size and strength. A small pen ik nec essary to put on the yoke: nnjiroach gently to them until you have the yoke on the olT steer: then let an assistant drive the 6tbcr under the yoke. Their tails should then be se curely fastened, to prevent their get ting the habit of turning in thoyoke. lhey should be yoked m the morn mjr, and unvoked at niirht in this ' 0 O i manner, for several days, until they become accustom...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 November 1854

. ';v: .';.; " J rn i 1 i ' X: lfti BS f '-'; ri:;il' if7 ; J;- :-'-.- t.' : . i lis . 1r " n - IS ; 1 'J T '? -n f j',Let! ihel el8 hu r nim't at be iUy Country's, i thy Go&'s, nnd Truth's. V , k 'r piJULISIIER-A PBOPRIETOH. VOL. 4. NO. 32. Uf. O. Wlf.rACEi 1 ... ... . i .'- . .... ' 1 i ' ! '; : v IC7Tro Dollars for on year if paid at ne nme oi suL'scnptiOD; xws Doltiirs un'd Mfty Ceuts, without, oetiation aitertac expiration of tJiree months. ICTAII Kills for Advcrtiscnieiits, Job Work, or Subscription, considered dHc; when contracted, except against those, with whom we have running accounts. of the p3per, at tlio expiration of the time for .which they may have subscribed, are ron sidered as wishing to renew; "and ft wilt be continued to them accordingly. . ,i IC7lVo Pncrjkili6 sent out of the county unless paid Km advance. . i. . - . tCTAdverspments inserted nt bne !)! lar pcrSqunre of Twelve .ine or Less, for the first insertion; Filly - t'euts for each continuance. tCJ 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. — 16 November 1854

- i . I ;. I ;A - - FA1T f IVILL OBSERVER. Free of Postage I nr Lincoln Connitj! N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. J - oburver Printing ojfct.n ' . - ' 11 1 FAYETTEY1LLE, TENN: mam -,m v TlilKSOA a.ROVOIBElt 16,1851 The Neit Cossrcss, 1 The next session of Congress isjbrigMen hopes: destined to be a stormy one. For the first time in many years, if ever, there will an anti-slavery mnjority in the Ilouse of Representatives! Agiinsi them will be opposed the united South, with its ninety odd xjjembers. Won't there there be a collision when such material meet! There is some comfort, however, jin the reflection that we hare yet left us a democratic Senate and a demo cratic Executive, in whose care we may rest the welfare of the country. Oq this subject,1 the Cincinnati in quirer remarks: i ! j More complete returns from tie elections recently held indicate that we rather underestimated the number of Democrats! who would bo in the next House of Representatives from the free States. We put them at ten...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 November 1854

,.'-! ' " ' ! " : ! ' . ; A 5 ! i Vi, I"! S5 1:1 s ' II I 1 1 1 l'i ii i ; I i ! I- li IS i f e i ' I; i - r.- ri J.-. Ji !'. Fajetteville Observer Pre of Postage in Lincoln Cennij! TnLitsDAV.ovF.nnnuiG, isai. ";' 07" The following gentlemen are authorised -V acta agents, in procuring subbeK tojhe ' aeUevUU Oheerper Jmo M. Smith, Bluff Spring, Travis Co. Texas ti K. Doctiirr, Lynchburg. Tennessee. i ." 1 - . ' , i i j , ; S0BnsIncss Jotfc.sr . ftr The Post-Offico List of Letters in pub- )iiihed infhr AvfM?b Oberver, comjdiance vita la'w of Congress, which provides that it Vhalb appear in 'th: newspaper havinj the ABffggT cmcuLATtoy. J3l i ! ; r Neaily Printed Blanfo. Constables' and Justices' W anks jnut prhtfed nd for sale at our desk cheap. ' " ! : I (t" Advertisements muit be handed tntothe Office by TmIcvj Morning, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. . . . , . , a" - i r I Cr Advertisements anjinserted inlhe or der in which thev arelianoc. Winter- .".;;:;:!:. Last S...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 November 1854

i. armrr. In point ; of economy,; ns humnn food, one bushel of beans or, hominy i equal f o ten of ppt.'itoea. Homi ny, to-i.w a dish almost as universal ly liked ns potatoes, nnd nt the Suath about ns freely eaten, while at the North it is seldom seen. . la fct it is an unknown food, except, to 9 few in citie3l By hominy, wo do not mean a sort of coarse men! but grains of white corn, from which the hull nnd chit, or eye, bas been removed by Cloistering and pjunding in a wooden rmrtnr, leavir; the grains al most whole,' and composed of little else but starch. It has cfien been sail that no ona cook in ten knows how to boil a potato. We may add another cypher when speaking of the very simple process of cooking hom iny.. We give the formula from our own experienco and instructions re ceived in a land where "hog and hom iny" aro well understood. ..Wash! slightly ini cold water, and soak twelve hours in tepid, soft water; then boil slowly three to six hours in the same water, with plent...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 November 1854

I, I i - - , ' " , i . , - ' r ' -' - ' " ; - TIM' II ' " " . , . ' 1 ' miii i , ' ill ' W. O. WALLACE, Let all , tlie; ends thou. .aim'st at be ( thy Couu try's, thy" God's, and Truth's." ! ' 1 PUBLISHES & PBOPRIETOR. 1 I I . VOL. 4 NO. . . IC7Two Dollars for one year if paid at the time of subscription; Two Dollars mid Fifty Cents, without- deviation v after the expiration of three months, i CJAI1 Itills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, except against those with whom w havennnin-r accounts. CT.Snbscrilers failing to order a discontinuance of th r.smr. at the expiration ot thatime for which tliev m at have subscribed, are con sidered ns wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. 0 No Paper will be sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. Advertisements inserted at One Dol lar per Sana re of Twelve, Lines or Lc. for. the f.rst insertion; Fitly ' Cfiiiv for each continuance. : .. C7-rersons advertising ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 November 1854

FIYJSTTK VILLE OBSERVER. Free oT Postage in Lincoln County! IfToTlvJLlLkE.rEditor. CVncs At tin mxme Old Stuncl: "Obw'ver VriiUivg OJJice." Si's nf the FAYETTEV1LLE, TENXt tiilu!hi vv,Aovi:jici:i:a3,i854 Is Money Scarce! j- 1 " There are a few phrases, (says the Philadelphia Argue) repeated oftener or with more unction in our: streets, at the present time, than that "mon ey is scarce." In all circles, and among all classes of people, this is the burden of conversation. The merchant complains with his shelves loaded with goods, the farmer while receiving a most unheard-of price for his produce, the mechanic with labor in abundance, and thus on through the whole classification of industrial pursuits. An assertion so univer sally made ought to be true. Yet it is not. There is more money; jn the United States now than ever was. at any previous time. This fact can be established by tracing the production and importation of gold and silver into this country, and contrasting it with the qu...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 November 1854

Fayetteville Observer Pfeef Postage U Lincoln County! TltUIiSDAY,rcOVU:ttBEB2, 1854. "J; . (JT The following gentlemen are autb.drized V act as agent, in procuring subscribers to the faetteviHe Observer .. J so M. Smith. Bluff Spring, Travis Co. Texas taa E. Docthit, Lynchburg! Tennessee. E-Business Notice. : OT The Post-Office List of Letters is pub lished in the Faiptleinlle Observer,n compliance with a law of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the newspaper having the fcABGEUT CIECCLATIOS. JCD1 . 4 Neatly. Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed and for s;ilo at ourjdesk cheap. Office by Tueiday Morning, to insure an appear ance in the following, Paper. 07Advertisoment8 are inserted in the or der in which they are handed in. Another Arrival, j Neil Moons 4 Wright, at the cor ner, hate recited a second supply of FmII and Winter Goods, of the Very latest styles, to which the attention of the trading public is' soficited. (Sift 3Hnrkrt5-f-Xuh5 Sil...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 November 1854

. .., ... : : r '. farmer. 1 i Frost as a Maaare; , JVe know of no treat meat so ?di . redly, beneficial for almost every cUss of soils as that of throwing up land la .narrow ridges in the fall or early winter. Therr'aro few soils worth cultivating atill, that do;not cantain.moro or Jess materials which ; can bo mad(i avaikblo to plants by the combined action . nf nir nn frost.' V - WW . V W "Take two plots of beavv 8oiI. 'side Jiy side, and let, one iio. unmoved till fpring,- wbilo the 'o therms;: deeply plowed in autumnjund tho resuli will 'bavery visible ia the spririgTirop. But the manner of plowing is impor tant " To secure the greatest advan tage; a singh furrow should bo thjown up and another back-furrow;dirJctly upoa it so as to produco a high ridge, then another ridge is to bo made in the same manner with a deep head furrow between the two.' The proc ess is to be continued j thus through ' tho whole Oeldeo that when finished it will present a surface of high ridges and deep...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 November 1854

3 9 i A VOL. 4-m 81 ; .; ; ; . F Ay ETTE VfLLE, TIP: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1854. ;i-:-; mi :wW'-im'WWWw-- it m i ittv rwn m vTraff, Mrii; ! i f f W 11 If ; f I 1 1 1 11 1; I j'l - - . - -;-,.!. -.1 ;. .;..),.' . -. -f ' -t - - "" -I : : -' '' ! ' " , ."" 1 : ...... ' I. O WALLACE, " ' ' ' '""' r ; et ail (he end Ihoa nlm'it at be thy Country', thf God's, and Truth." '. PtIBLISIlEn & PBOPBlETOB. ; . f, - - - ' ' ' ' ' - ; ;- ; - , ' ;- - ' - . -: ' " " ' - -t ; : WflOL ii- It-' Hi 1 I ill- IC7Two Dollars for one year if paid at (lis time of subscription; Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, without deviation aftertheex plration of three months. f IC7AII Kills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription considered due, when : contracted, except against those, with whom wa have running accounts. ' r - D"3ubcribers failing to order a discontinuance ..of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which thoy may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew! and it will be 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. — 30 November 1854

i . . : ' . -f t : ' 1 1 ! i w ; r . If il i; i ... 1 ' i 1 t. - 5; FAI T IE VI LLE OBSEOTE, Free of Postage in Liacoln Connfyl N. 0. j WALLACE, EditorTT ! Ornce At 0 ame 01 J Slant: Sign of tit "Obxretr Printing 0ictl" : ', t .. Id t$e CiHaanatfPiceCurren of ;; ! It fe asoertii FAYETTEVILLB, ' TENPf:; 1 The Northern Democracy We copy tho" following paragraph, winch 'aponM"as'et!itSrwlih'theZ?;-' - ion Post, viththe remark that we ask-thenortherWdeoMcracy to occu py, no sounder platform than is here laid down: A Ge'ea't' ' PRiscir'tS; The ''greal J principle recognized in the Nebraska 'bill is, that the population of a State ' skill frame the local institutions i un der which they ahal! live". If this principle is not vitally important ' then no principle is bo. It is no modern principle,at least in America. Y It will be found acted' opon more or less perfectly; along the whole line of our path of progress,' from the early days of Virginia at Jamestown', and; of Massachusetts at Ply...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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