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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 November 1854

..it , a;- .-- r i! 1: 8i f- V i: f i h li I 3t i i i f ; 'I Fa) ctteTiUo : wyer i" . ' ' tr Th following gentlemen are authorized 1 ' In act a-s aents.in procuring subscribers to th &iwGevill. Observer , ; J M. fWrnr. Blaflf.Sprins.T 7 Co. Texas - Uk E. Doer hit, Lyiucliburg. T nnw8W Business Nolice.gr1 fcr The Tost-Office List of Lcjtters is pnb ' Visaed in tke FayetleviUe Observer,h compliance -with a law ot Uougress, " fw"" shall appear in the newspaper haying the Neaily Printed Blanks. Xonstablcs' and Justices' blanks just printed and for Bile At tout -desk cheap. . . .. . J - (v- Advertisements mnst be handed into the Office by Tuesday Morning, to insure an appea ance in tbb following Pape r. (Advertisements are inserted in the toi der in which they are handed iu. ". fold Weather ' : ; ;. The seasons embmce in their dis-- tinctive peculiarities a beautiful eys ' tftm of comDensations. - The' fresh- thft eifhiliira- ting atmosphere of spring, are bal anced by the glories an...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 November 1854

T ".V jp arnur. Wintering Poultry. I am not sensible or having a touch of the poultry ferer bat I. am satisfied that farm cm inight gener ally winter them in a manner to re ceive a greater profit for their out lay. For several years I have adop ted a plan which has been a great improveme nt on the old one of feed ing them oace or twice a day. First ly, they should hare plnce in which to winter, teo warm that on seldom gels his cumb frozen," Mine winter uudtr ray horse barn, which is'twe'n-ty-four bf forty-eight feet- Under tho north! half of the barn is a cel lar fur roists, and the bottom of tho sill a triSo ahova iha Tp.vpI nf tho "round oh the north end.' The land descends to -the soatfr sufficiently to i navo an Often shfirl 1 nnrlur I'm smith half, whih is ten feotfio'm tho ground to the ' sill, and has a good substan tial stone wall in lime mortar'on three Ircidcs of it but open to tho south. Over this shed or open cellar aro my s titles, and ' tho manure ' passes '. through 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. — 7 December 1854

. -.1 t. - r - . IV. O. WALLACE, "Let all-the ends kou aiui'st nt be Ihjr Country's, tliy God's, aud Truth's." . ! 'i ; . rUDLlSHEIt A rilOPltlETOR. j j - . . . j . . ' ! r . 1 VOl; 4 Xa 3a. f FAYETTE lrf LLE, TJIJVRf: THURSDAY, DECEMBER T, 1854, NO. 191. ' ran Ett7Two Dollars for one year if paid at lit 3 tini3 of subscription; Two Uoi!ar( hud Fifty Cents, without Seviatio: after the eviration of throe months. iCPWIl liill for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered 'dne, wlien contracted, except aVmst those j with whom w have running accounts. I ibscribers fai ling to order a discontinuance of tlie paper, at the expiration jof, the tims for which th.i y may have subscribed, arc con- side-red as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. I tcyXa Ia er will be sent out of the county n:il3.i paid for in advance. I trj 1 vertiseraiaU -inserted at Oil C Dol lur lcr Square of Twelve Lines or Li?;, (r the first insertion; Fifty T?es for e ich continuanc...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 December 1854

Free orPostac in Lincoln Count; FAVIirfEVILLEOUSERVEC. I The Next Governor. Some of, our democratic cotempo rarics are discussing the question as to ; who filiall.be our uext candidate OFneE--Ai the same on fftanJr gnoftU fur Governor: and all,, we believe, FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: I TSIL'I&SD.W. DECE.1IDCU7, 1851. have expressed a preferen;ee for Gov. Johnson. For one, we do not object to this selection; but on the contrary, as Gov. J. has died the -Gubernato- Tlie Sub-Trcasury-IIw it Looks :riaichair with signal ability and faith1- and Woat is Ifonc mere. ; ; fulness, we should be gratified to see The Sub-Treasury in this city, him reelevated to that station. How (says the New Yoik Times ) is o J ever, we are ready to give an earnest place into tho secret corners of whichsuppoTt to the nominee of the demo but few people pry. It is not less Joratic party whoever he may be. noteworthy because the public are Ve shall speak' on this subject, more 'excluded. We have; gathered a few ut l...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 December 1854

Fayctleville Observer Free of Posto in Lincoln County TIIUttsb.lY. bECEHDE7, 1 831 07- The followiug gentlemen are authorized to act a-t agents, in procuring subscribers to the - PaiiUeoUU Observer . ' ! J.vo M. Smith. Bluff Spring, Travis Co. Texas Xa E. Douthit, Lynchburg lennessee. Neatly Printed Bibb. Constables' and Justices' Wanks just priuted a.nd for sale at our desk -cheap. I Grand Jury 1 ' The Grand Jury enip.inneled for the term of the Circuit Court recent ly adjourned, found eighty-four true bills, fur violatioDS of the luw Of these, four fifths were for gambling. Wo are told, that at fonnler terms, a m ijority of: the -indictments were for illegal tippling, 'but the fine was eo heavy in proportion to the profit, and such a "clean sweep' was ' niado of tfie offl'iidjrs, as to almost entire ly stop the transgression. ' ' Medical Card- - j Among our new . advertisements, this morning, may be found the med ical card of one of the best physi cians to found-anywhere, it and r...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 December 1854

"T" -p f nriiifr. How lo xUanaseallorseonajcni-RCT In l!ic first place, find out whether rr 1 ' the ijorsd is ia health, and has ycen properly, fed and exercised; fur yhcu u horde is flushed up, aud has bad po exercise, he is unfit' for a journey. Before you set out be c.ireful to ob serve if his shoes tire fist, and if t ley fcit easy; also whether he cuts before or behind, or interferes, as it is dull ed. If a horse cuts with bad shoes.; he will probably do it With new ones, notwithstanding what horsc-de; ers tii iy say to tho conlriiry li'your horse's back inflimeby the rubbing of the saddle wash the part as soon as you perceive it with saft and water, and have the stuffing of the saddle altered so as to remove the pressure from tho part affected; but if the skin be broken before you per ceive it. the iniured rwrt should be ' . i equal parts of extract of lead, spirits 1 I v i i i ot wine, and water. ou must look ivrll :.ftr 1-ipL- ;iivil ficmiiiliiiioc in I erdcr to case him, al...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 December 1854

IV . . WALLACE, J; 'Lct all (he cud lliou uim'st at be . thy Country's, thy:. God's, and Troth's." r rcBLisiiEit a rnoriiiLTois irOL.-4.-N0L- 36. FAY ETTEFILLE, TBNN: Tlf URP AY DECEMBER 14, 1854. WII0L& urn m, A- ICTTwo Dollars for one year if paid at tha time ;of subscription; Ttvo iTelliii hnd Fifty Ceuts, without hefiatioh after the expiration of three months. iCjAll Kill for Advertisements, Job VVork, or Subscription, considered due, when Contracted, except against those with whom tore have rnnning accounts. ub-.ribars failing to ord er a d 'neon tin ance if the paper, at the expiration of the time r wuicii thev may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; and it will bo ijon tinned to them according!?. , 'No laior will ba sent outof .he county snless paid for in advance. ; Advertisements inserted at One Dol lar per Square I I hcIvc Lines r Lmi, for the first insertion; Fifty vent for each continuance. Persons alvertismg by the year, will be reserved fchawl Thi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 December 1854

rj r. JlYETTEnLLE OBSERVER; Free of Postage in Lincoln.. Ccantj! IriviLLiCE, Editor. OtrtcfM tU ime OU fkan t: Sign of the "Ohferser Piinting OJke." FAYETTEVILLE, TEIjN: TIIITRSUA V.DECILmiCR 11, 1851. President's Message. This document has been received, nml will appear in our next. It came to hand after one iideof to-day's pa--(or was printed. . We might have begun it this week, but preferred to unit aud give it nil tit once, as, it would then be much more convenient for future reference. It is quite ; lengthy. Of its merits, the Nash vil'e Union Si American says: rtts stvle is admirable, its state nienU clojtr and intelligible, and its sentiments such as will meet the ap-J proval of the mass of the people. j Vjliticians of the opposition will at-j teEPpt to pick Huts, for 'tis their vo-j eution. But we are content to leave j the document with the thinking peo ple, and to rest the claims of this de- . mocralic administration to the coufi-j dence of the country upon the lucid sketc...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 December 1854

t - " i i- t I 1 r : n S i 1 1 ! Hi Sill i. 1 rill m ! I i t fi ii .1 ; ,1 ; ..- ? V) .sV", CT Tlio following gentlemen are authorized t.n a?: a? a?jrts in tirocaruisr subserioers to the ' 1 illilTettO I JIV; W !flt Ulr Ixfn.-ofru t. l - owr- "Li , ; ?: 7 T " i wno nTO!jiraets to mi. 4 s M. sra. Bluff Spring, Travis Co. TcxaaJ lPe- member ol iue lirm, we(lhe preihiom paid by packers, ii v E. DtrmiT, Lynchburg. Tennessee. 'U,Va the nlensnnt Af on nrnnntnnnA , realised a fraction over ?n Fnvcllcvillc Observer:?"1 a- . ; :. 7 f - ,,;; - I oJ. UbrIton,l The Cinini!ir.Gztlc, of Sun- Free of Postage i:i Uatoin loaatjJ u, matn tfreir bow tins -morning day, says: . , - : rHi iJiisn Cv nTJnmwrriTvTsi. readers of khi.-Oistrver, and J . Aj fufihe) Improvement was pbser- solicit tbo orders and consignment's vabl6 i '-the market, and prices of 'such tthave bgslneu it the "n "iT''18 i ' vv ugill4UU lUOb tlUl 13 11UU1 Hill Lica jncjuairifr sellers t the fc5- A-lr?rtiwmnta most be Lanld into the 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. — 14 December 1854

tinner. Hints lo llonse wires.?- Drittania should be first rubbed g'mtly with n woollen cloth and sweot oi!; then washed in warm suds, nnd Tubbed with soft leather and whiting. (Thus treated, it will retain its beauty to the last. Now iron should be Gradually heated at first; after it has become: used to the boat, it is not likely to crack. It is a good plan to put new earthen-ware into cool water and let it heat gradually until it boils then cool it ngaiu. Brown earthen-ware particularly ,may be toughoned in this way. A handful of rye cr wheat bran thrown in while it is boiling, will pre serve the glazing so that it will cot be injured by acid or salt. Clean a brass kettle before using it for cooking, with a little salt and The oftener carpets are shaken the longer they will wear, the dirt that collects under them grinds out tho threads. If you wish to preserve fine teeth always cleau them thoroughly nf ter eating your last meal at night.. Woollens should be washed in very hot suds...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 December 1854

: . j - 1 ..: "" ' . ... '" ' - " : .. ...... ..- ...... .,,,.... -p,.-....,,, . 'I . : . .. -: - ' 1 ' ; . I :- 1 ' ! : -. -'.,- : I - ! . ' ' 7 " ' " i . 1 m . " . , i " " J . I i i - "V '- I I r N. O. STALLAGE, J 'Let all the j ends thou aim's t at be thy Country', thy Clod's, and Truth's PUBLISHER A PROPRIETOR TOL. l-0. 37. I - FAYETTE jf It LB,- TE N N: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1851. m. lt7Tivo Dollars for one rear if paid at i,!ia tuiii of subscription; Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, without deviation after the expiration of three mouth. ICPAII Kills for Advertisement, Job Vork, or Subscription, considered doe, when untraetsd, except a nst those with whom w liave running accounts. ' CirSisbicribers failing to order a discontinuance jf the paper, at the expiration of the time wr which they may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; and it will be twntinued to them accordingly. lCjA'o Paper, will be seut outof the couuty iinless paid for in advance. JCJ Advertisements...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 December 1854

a sirong force for tbe purpose of de molishing the establishment nt Pun ta Arenas, but this mischievous de sign was defeated by tbe interposition of ouo of our ships of war, at that timi iu tbe harbor of San Juan. Subsequently to this, ia May last, a body of niea from Grey town crossed over to PuaU Arenas, arrogating au thority to arrest, on-the charge of -murder, a captain of one of the steam boats of the Trausit Company. Be ing well aware that the claim to ex ercise jurisdiction there would bo re sisted then, as it bad been on previ- ous occasions,, they went prepared iO:ii assert it by force of arms.1 ' Our mm- jin a time specified, he would bombard the country, always a 'subject of gen- that these vere their private proper liter to Central America happened to j the town. By this procedure he af feral interest. For complete and ex- ty; and, have placed them beyond be present oat hat occasion. Deiiev-f ir.g that the captain of the steamboat; was innocent, for he transaction on whi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 December 1854

versal religious toleratiory to pre serve the richts of all bv causing to CDalinae operations, the "b.itilf vuptcioa not merely in money but in 'Jh.-iractt-r, aud the inevitable, effect', each to respect those' of the other; jpoa u nances generally. . Can it be Ooubted'that Hie tendency is to run to e:j;c53 in the nutter? Is it wise to augment Lhia excess by encouraging hopes of su iden wealth espedted to ilow from miguificent schemes de pendent upon tho jictioa of Congress? FAYSTTEVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln Coiin.j! K. 0. WALLACE, Editor, 0?FicK--.4i (he time Old Stand: Sign of the " Observer Printing Ojjke."; FAYETTEVILLE, TENN; lioes the spirit, whichjias produced j law: to rjreservo sacred from all touch such results, need to be stimulated of usurpatioo, as the very palladium Sr checked? Is it not the better of our political salvation, the reserv- ruie to leave all these works to pri- ed rights and powers of ithe several i- i ii i . . i . . . . . . . . to carry v...

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 December 1854

.Fayctterillc Observer Free ot Postage in Lincoln County! T 1 1 V KS O 1 V.DE CEH It K It 2 l7l834. " i (Vv" The following gentlemen are authorized t-fl a : as agents, iii procuring subscribers to the Fi yttteviUr Observer f M. Sith. Bl.ifT Spring, Travis Co. Texas la E, D 'CruiT, Lynchburg. Tennessee, j fiT A dvertistimeufsmnstbe handed intothe O.Ti -e l.y T-w.i liy Morning, to iiumre an appear ance in thej following Papier. 4- OrAdrortisenicnts are inserted in the or der iuwliich they are handed in. 11 ashless Notice. j f& The Post-Oilke List of Letters U pub lished in the Fuijetteville Observer, in compliance with a law of Congress, which provides that it shall appear inthe newspaper having 4tlio LARGEST CIKCLXATIOK.Ul ; Neatly Printed Blanks. Constables' aud J ustices' blanks just printed and for sale at oar desk cheap. ChrisjUuas The different customs that have, prevailed at different times in the cel- i vbration of that day that is about being ushered in, is one of the mos...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 January 1855

- ':.vL - - - 4. r ;i nut;, a -J . ...... : ma I : rn 1 . -. i - I; I. "' ' ' . . ' '. . JHPMHW .. .11 i in ii i i mi inn i tw if i ii i-ii i n !. it u u u nn v- - T " ! r 1 11 . . I II 1. 1.1. 1 111! t II- I II " 1 II 11 I I . - I i 11 . a 1 I r A VOL. 1.-N0. B?; qjTwo Dollars for ob year if, paid at the time of subscription; Tur Dollars and Fiflf Ceati, without detiatioh afUrtheexDixationof three monthi.; lriAII Bills for AdTertiaementi, Job- Worl or Subscription, con'aidered due, when contracted, except agaurat tnote wita waom we hare running accounts. " Cgy-Subscribars failing to order adiscontimumce of the Diner, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are don- ... - y , . i.a mi - sidered wighinc W renew; ana is win oe 1 .. :oninnnd to them ICCOrdinzlr- v 4C7Ia Fa pcrwill be sent out of the county Unless taid for in aavance. " ' ' ICPAdvertiseuients inserteu at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve. Hues or L,es. for the first insertion; sail? ' r.ui tar 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. — 4 January 1855

I 1. !i - I; it I. n . : V.- A I FAYKnEVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln County! OericzAt th earn OU pitnil Bhjnnj tie O'jstrter Printing Gfu.w ? :- FiyETTLTILtE,C TEXN: r THURSDAY JAM ART 1.ISJ5. The Usorv Tchallics. X t . l There is evidently a general and growing determination throughout the countryoJjave all JfgisIatiijQ en'actinehls, relative to the adjust--mentf the rales of interest, rescin ded i lonf,H.re w?e'fcforrned corres pondent df' Ho Mcdlimore 'Sun, write thus from Washington on this sub xiect: . Tho opinion laVly "given by Chief Justice Taney; irf Xh United .States Circuit Court Tot 45iatylitid(Jud2e Giles assenting1.) c on1 thV subject- of usury .andluian6us "1oans,J(does ,not -.seem to hate? beeh 'sutJicieaUy, no ticed by-the puf;ic,Jaml "especially 1 the business commdnttyY ' JVappears -that i he amended constitution of the 'State of Maryland; ndopfed'In. 1851, established the ratoTof interesat bx - per : cent, per annum,5 and 'declared that bo higher rat...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 January 1855

W" vV: V I 1i, - - e mi nu 1 mm tm mmT JTIM JBfcjfci.1 " , - . . . FayeUWilfeik01)sbver Free of TcVjige'li Liiicola C&unt -frr Tb followm? trentlem ei are authorized to act jts agents. In procuring subscrer jo tue FuysiUtiUs : Oisetwr -i - -'" 5 s : ' m f C n Jbo MS-aiTH. liluil Spring, a wivvo. luxas 'T Aavertiaemimtsmnstlielran Office hy T3 lay Morning, to insure tn appeal- fwnca in the following mper. C5rA4rertJPTnent are inserted in tlie '"of !r in which ther are handed in; : ' ' - CCT"'Tlio Post-OfGce List of. Letters is pnb lih i in th FayetlevilU Observer, in compliance, 'with a lavr of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the newspaper baring the --II. ' ---Nrallr-. Printed Blanbr Constahks' and' Jnstices' Wanks nit printed Mid ir sat ato'nrdesk cluap: " - f Calendar " On the fourth pnge of to-day .pa-. per may ue luunu a . uaienanr lor lSuO.1 . :,The reader might, perhaps, do tvcll to preserre it, suclynJaWe is frequently of great convenience. ' Mchcy Rcccir...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 January 1855

Apples as Fed fcr SlceL As swine-food, apples haye long Wn kpowQ to possess considerable value, though sweet ones have been chiefly preferred for this, purpose But Ibis preference .appears to have been given without aulacient grounds. When twine arofed with apples in a raw state, they will generally indi cate their choice of street over sour ones by first eating the fqrmer.- This will be more particularly the case if the apples, are in an unripe state, and the sour ones very sour." Bat if swine running in the orchard are allowed to select themselves, they 'will always eat ripe apples in prefer ence to unripe, and will not confine their eating to sweet varieties, provi ded good ones of a tab-acid .flavor . can be obtained. r - , v '-, VBut in regard to the relative value of sweet and tour apples, in a similar state of ripeness, We are not without results of a positive character. , A "very observing, and careful farmer, the late Payne Wincate, of Hallo- well, Maine, made some valuable...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 January 1855

m tmrv. 7 fi' IU MB!., r. If. (9. WALLACE, J , j - -j lt,jll the ends tk . alm'st at be thy Cftnntrr's, thj God's, and Trnth'i." rUDLISIIEB 4c PBOPXIIETOITrf ? s .i f WHOLE NO. 195." II i ft ' - tOTw Dollar for one rear if paid at the time of subscription; Two Dollars and Fifty Jciit, without deviatiok fcftertheexpirationof three months. ICPAll Bill for Advertisements, Job- "AForlanatelj SicbbsnHcrse. it was a bright, cold , evtfung - m the month of March," when my fa ther, who, in his capacity of agent Vprk, or Subscription, considered doe, when to Mr.' A; had received a Urge SUS) watracted, except against those. with whom p . -we have running aSonnte. . of money, was preparing to-return CT3ubcribexsfaiiingtoorder adiscontinnance I home; he traveled in his-glff, HCCom- or tne paper, at t lie expiration of tne-time I r.n! nnl 'Kir mtrcir (Un. mtm . . - i mil I Kv v or. 1 1 lucu m - t uuiii; r -J J . . 7 lad, and driving a powerful bro'wn fur which they may have subscribed, are con s...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 January 1855

FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVES. Free of Postage in Liocolu County! N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Office At f time Old Stank. Sign of the "Observer Printing Office . FAXETTEFILLE,- TENN: TfsiTRSWAir.VASlUBY xi.inis - Tlie Eank of CJmtTanooga, , Reports have been iu circulation, questioning the solvency of this in stitution. : As immediately. touching this m matter, we giyq, . the following from" the Chattanooga1 Advertiser, of the last date. Wo may add, thaj the Advertiser is a pajcof character! and wo are persuaded would not wilfully mislead the public. Oa its representation, we are willing to take the bills of tho Bank of Chattanooga, for prihtiug,or subscription. Bring Vm along: , ' - . . . Tim Bank o? Ciiattakooga.--As advertised in this issue, the Bank of Chnttanooga has declared a dividend of 5 per cent tho successful Tesult of tho first six months it has been in operation. When we consider the pressure of the times, it is a source of gratification to alt that it hai bus tained itself so nobl...

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