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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 January 1855

J Faycitdyille Observer Fret f Postage ia Lincoln County! TIIUItSDAY, JANUAItr II, 185 The following gentlemen are authorised o act as agents, in procuring subscribers to. the WavetUviUe Ohscrvrr . Jso M. Smith, Bluff Spring, Travis Co.Texas I lax E. Doctbit, Lynch bur. Tennessee." X A CiLiKaE. Thus. 13." Laird, Eaq, late o f the Yeoman, has beca?z cod nectcd with the Sbclbyville Exposit or, as joint pullieher. W csnrxt ulate the Expositor on this valuable raecession to its business corps. Hews frca Esrpp Arrival of -f5 tbe Eteai ' :A.-S.CUVAL,?.--'. nESICUCJT.'OrJSlQTi - - FA TETTSVILLB, rni . f LlST OFPniCES. Inserting Teeth on Gold Plate.. ...... $10 00 icr 0 A1 vert i scmenta m iist be hand ed into the Office by Tuesday Morning, to insure an appear ance ia the following Paper. ,- . . Business Notici.a The Tost-OfSce List of Letter la pub lished in the Fayetteville Observer, in compliance with a law of Congress, which provides that it hail appear in the newspaper bavuH tho XABKST...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 January 1855

-.3 I ; Economy oPFuer. . In notliing."nre the people of this country more extravagant and care less, than in thenseof facl; whether consume! to warm their dwellings,' or iiTthe nrls, and -for manafactunnfi purposes'. WooJliai. long been abun dant ami cheap, so that-very frw J"'avc lcem3il it necessary to study econo my in p'restrving it, or in tho saving of labor. in preparing it tar comnus tion. . ,;- - V Thus fact 'doas not. lessen the.pro- priety'of. learning. the principles of; true economy' in the consumption of! wood and coal. Iu cooking, washing, and. warming rooms, due care should be taken not to generate more heat than is, really 'needed: Open doors and windows often create a prodigious demand for wood and more fire, with out ever making the room truly com fortable Venlilhtion is so perfect, that, if it were cot for 'appearances, one rmcrht about as well live in a tent ns insomo bouses occupied uy lami lies. The winter months are enjoyed verv much in r-warmly' constructed ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 January 1855

- v - - . , ' . , . . - . . . - . - . -v-r . . ' - - .'- - . - . - - ' - . . .'"-""" ! . .-. , ,;. . y : ; - ..J ' l-.."T"'- .,.r""'r '.',.."' '- " - . : - , ' , ' ' ' " " ' i gMpwHeMwwli ' '. iw 1 maiii j rawwMpW"""MW''llgTM!ar " . I if j f I Hi 'if Pi I f. I WALLACE, ? w ': ; V V ..I !! cad. alm'.t at be tb Cry Ur Go., ai Truth PUBLISH EII ft PKOrCIETOr: m y. V F A Y ETB yjl LB , T E JV TIipSDAF f ;18,: 1855.- no. vol; 4 AO, 40. : I JANUAR) .: WHOLE t CjfTv Dollar for one year .if faid at thetiuii of subscription; Yito Dollar auA Fifty.. Ceit$t without deviation nfttrtbo xpiration 6f three Ynontbs. IO-AII--Bill' for. Advertisement"!, Job Work, or Subscription, considere J due, when contracted, excapt against those with whom . we have running accounts. ' :--.; CrSabacribprs failing to order a discontinuance of tua paper, at the expiraupn oi ioe time for which tbey maj bare aubscribed, are con sidered as widhing to renew; ana u wiu continued to them accordingly. ' jCTIVo la cr will ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 January 1855

Frtfrof Pt;v;s la Liiicola Coanlj! ill V .1 lj.il oti, Editar.j I- Cfficb At a-ime 01 i Klini:". SV,tf oflfi, "JLIoteiyti 'riitUng. OJice." -k r A YET TBI ULEfl TiSNN:" ,- .'.a ; ,3 I, thursd a v. jAxraitri,'ift4a The Frcspccf Alirad. The prospect is begin mngfo brignt-' cn of a spicily clearing up of the fog that enTroundi tfie business of. 4be cou n t ry. Should this a q$pj cio'usjjope bo realized, the money presenre,wbieh has fallen WnWvify many, and which ' has leeii felt & ft jjreater or less extent, by all,"will proved bless ing instead of 'a curse.to the country at large, in 'checking .the wild spirit of speculation ' and extravagance which was beginning to manifest itself ia every quarter, f ' ;; ' The Charleston Mercury has the following cheering' panigniph In rela tion to' this. subject:' j ; ',' . Business Peospbcts -It -is cheer ing to witnesa.-theniudicationjs, bow ever slight, of j retumiug : confidence in the business cummauityiq Tbe tid: vices, from New York give...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 January 1855

V imim i V Fayette ville " Observer o rz2 e'rPosie in Liacoln County! ill Arrival of XHZ Ncvrs from .Europe. the Steamer tiiuimday; JAu.tirr is. C"Tlie Following gentlemen arc authorized In act as agents in procuring subscriber to the Fuyelt'ville Observer J.vo M. Stfmr.'Bln.T Spring, Travis Co. Texas' la E. D:PTHiTt Lynchburg. Tcnncwce .'New-York; Jao:'I2t; Snles of Cotton 29,000 bales-rOr4 leans . Fair 5f-;MrdilIB2 5: Uiland r-BafcOD.-ho round, 99jf for old, and bat Fair 5: MkIcIIiJ; : : HEU2 f . . . . ; i (sons is in -session . at ..Washington, , ., . J, " . their object beioKJ to consider, the Lj.-.r 3J j " "".J tvi-nnri.. f octuhHefcifirv a tlranrt 1 ' LcKige of the Uoitud States. A. Watermelon was presented to ' rAxronsTA, Georgia, Jan. 12.1855. Mr. K "O: Wallace: . , - , ; ' 1 - Deah Bra: I annex a pne current as follows Ti. "r'SJ'- . ; - Jfraction higncr-ont all n Jt IS CODUdatty assorted that reSnow....Ham"oldehoie olutionshaVe beea'adopte to storin' V"1- The price or new m...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 January 1855

. a ' - r A it I 1 lfeakin?i Ycun; Animals. A story is to of ; person who ir.Vt:led through England, exbibit i i ig fouls of horsemanship, an J. when at tbercsiJenco of' a certain 'noble m;in, after be lad done with lus pni Lorse, be turned si rid said, "Now, my Lord, I itm'ulliiig to ride any horse of yours iu thosatne manner." The Lobn"m;in,for tpori.bad one brought out wlucl, unknown to the equestri an, was ungovernably - stubborn. The man deliberately mounted, but i ho aaiin.nl when urged would not move. After n. pause, he quietly dis jnounteJ,gsive it one severe cut with his vhip, itnd again resumed the sad dle. ,lhe animal remained immova uie, nut inc man retained ms com-i pie tg self-control, and got down n bccond tima and repeated the blow, but with no better success. After the t!rd stroke, however, there was no further troublo the animal moved forward in perfect obedience. . A great many, doubtless, would ive1 looked upon this feat na an ex ...biiiou of some particular char...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 January 1855

q. : II -I... A i I 0 ijm?rT'"'"'l0 " - - - p. Mt:e0X JHHww linn r ra. 1 1' ill 1 W 1 III" F !! I- If . JJi V. l i i-'l 111' I ' JJj -44'; H W ; PUBLISHER ft PUCntlCTOr. I" H. O. WALLACE,' I ' .vol IC7 Ttvo DIlsir for one year if paid at the timi of subscription; Two Dollars . iinti Fifty Cents, without deviation . afUr the oxpiraiion of three months. C3AII Bills for Advertisements, Jb Workj or Subscription, considered due, when 1 contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. ' ' r "(r Subscribers failing toorder a discontinuance i ol tue paper, at tne cxpirawou 01 uietuu ' siderel as wisUix.g to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. . . ICPAo Paper will be sent out of the county wnscss iiaia ior in aavanco. - r'i l...t;..m.nta inserted at Oil C IOl pir tcitoouio' lar per Square of . Twelve Lines or Less, for the first insertion; Fifty Cents for each continuance. , . "irrprcrsoRs'advcrtising by the year will be chargedTUiny " ,f. - nmn Twenty 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. — 25 January 1855

FAYETTEVTLLE OBSERVER.; Free of Postage in Lincoln Cccntj! TTiToTWALLACE, Editor. ffick At V same Old Stand: Sign of iht "Observer Frinlmg OJue." : FAYETTEV1UE, TENK; ; v Kansas. The Montgomery A.) Journal of the 4 th iust., states that the edi tor of that paper -has recently had an interview ilh Gen. .11. Elmore, of Kansas, who is on a brief visit to bis Weeds m' Alabama. the Jour 'W says be speaks in enthusiastic terms of tbtj eouulry, and thick?, if ordinary interest is taken in the mat- ter by the Southern people, it will bo a slave Stale. The Journal says: The soil aud climate," though hot the best adapted for cotton, is ex ceedingly fertile, and admirably suit ed for tobapco and hemp, yielding abundantly large crops. Tb,o & eti.ple, especially, has proved very vulnnMrt rptlinc an average of about $000 tp the band, be estimates of yeds by experienced men, who have tested it. is about 1,000 pounds of clean .hemp to. the acre, worth about $S0; each band can tend 15 tir 20 acr...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 January 1855

Vn9 of Postage la Lincoln Cottnty! THURSDAY. jXnUABY 25, 1855 tti rt m ?ants in procuring subscriber to the rtr-i iaiosioTuni eeTiiiwicimiw - FayetleeiVs Observer ) . , ' i u .'. ' 1 i JsoM.Smi.Blr Spring, TravisCo.Texas(administratOr SUOUld not DO Censured 1.4 E. Dqcthit. Lynchburg. Tennessee, j- e j doj - Ty A.lVcrLilliI'1 wt " . .. , l, h . Office ty Tiiy Morning, to insure an apiar- nce m the following rsper. . earDnslness Noflce. jj ; fcSr The PostlOffice List of Letters is pub lished in the FaijfUeviUt Olstroer, in compliance with a law of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the ; newspaper Having trie " 1.AEGK.T CIRCULATION. .. - ' Neatly' Printed Blanks. : Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed and for sale at our desk cheap. fjAdvcrtisementg are inserted in the or--4r in which they are handed in. - ' - "It istiot surprising that consump tion nnd its kindred diseases sweep off immense numbers of our popular - I tion annually. The changes of tem- L A ji,.,...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 January 1855

js - 79 - 5 J I) i i Prcseiralioa of Wheal in Tennessee The following commiirucation by a correspondent, respecting wheat threshing. Vrill be found of interest to those whose burns ard infested with the grain weevil: 'l mil aware lhAt yciy nny of 'my firming friends in Tennessee are 'the ie.-ider3"bf your valuable publica tion, and, Hrc heavy vheat growers; and now that recent railroad convey ance, wilh the foreign demand, has permanently settled upon this valu able gr,iin a fair, price here, it is not at nU uulikely that much more at tention will be paid to the growing - of wjteat in future. A few otherwise systematic nd economical farmers in, Xonuessae f.dse a pretty fair crop ofw.hp.-it, anil hnve no barns to house it ia. This is a very great desider atum.to a wheat-grower; and the wont pf g-od h.irns, with soma other prox yxrile causes of misma nage meat, 6om..times results in material, damage to the vvheat of the farmpvs before it peaches the miller's hor.ner. There- , fore, th...

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 February 1855

r ' 3 i m T i V - "- - ' ' . "J ' " - ' 1 HWP lli-lllliTfl II I I II 1 II V 1 t " y ! i -f 1 1 - 4 . O. TTAL.L.ACE, J VOL. 4-NO. 42. '. 'JC JSC B.JtS CjTwo Dollars for one year if paid at the time of subscription; Two Dollars mid Fifty Cents without deviation after the" expiration of three months. .C7AI1 Bills for Advertisements, Job v Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, except against those with whom we have runninz accounts. Cr3nbscribers failing to order a discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishinz to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. 0So Paper will be sent outof the county unless paid for in advance. , tnAdA-ertisements inserted at One Dol lar oer Snuaveof Twelve Lines Or Less, for the first insertion; Fifty rHi for each continuance., ttrpTersons advertising by the year, will be chared Thirty Dollars iora wnoie col umn? Twenty Dollars for one-half; iini rs for on...

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 February 1855

I'll ! I I I. I I I II' lll'VLMM' L l I 1J..-J II J J I T " Free of YdSix K. 0. VALLCIJ, Kdiior. v) K)rriciAl Oia time Old S'attJ: "Oinmw '-Printing OjjiefSf ' je la LSuciln touitvi fl? W rT I . j. " .nniiitidKitf d iso Lenience to .the laws I FAYETTHnLLE, TENN: jtruoApierlcnn rejects apd reverent . .. .i- -. - j .commission or murder, arid promise . Oath cf Jurors. Jtp piotact Ibe-perpetratoy from pun, t From Mr. Junjriu's book entiled 'ishment. It hardly seems possible ,-The Oath, a Divine Ordinauce," we " copy Hits following ifiosfrutionof the .Onth of a Juror. Ve call attention 4 to it because there "are "many persons , 1 who buli-jye, that although a crime or ciieace be-.uearly and., distinctly proved, they are cot bound to render 1 a verdict at guilty, if, in their opin- ion,ihepuuishment declared by the ford, Massachusetts, the folbwingres . law be too severe for such crime or olutioa was adonted: ' J ; offtfnCe, : Hence it is, that many of n our laws are not enforced, and of...

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 February 1855

f I - (? c Fayelteville Observer free of Postage In Lincoln Connty! tnCRSDAY. FEBRUAKT 1, 185 fjy Th following gentlemen are authorized. . fa Neatly Printed Blanks. 'Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed nd fgr sale & our debli dicaj?. 07-Adrertiaements are inserted in the or der in which they are hauded hi. - Mr. Simons' Musical EihibWon We' were present at this Musical 'Exhibition, and designed giving, a . .. .' -" brief exhibit of what transpired; but a friend, in the. following communi cation, has stated theicts so truly and concisely, that we adopt his com ments as our own: " 1 1 "Mr. Simo' Musical Exhibition. We bad the pleasure of atteuding the Exhibition f the pupils of this fi- la vertisemmuBtU landed intothlj- Jt jJ 41-16 DeinanagOod. j GWPj Dfficity fair JUbrnmj, to insur an rrcar,. -!.iv j.iuak "pnCe9 advanced :pne-Oighth... Ihc Aksa Cbockktt. . 1 ; ; . ; . nc. in the followina Paper.j..,:; ; . aresellmg tHQUpsl YWaCKera awnwrket.cl0sed firm..- l In'Madn-coan...

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 February 1855

m Jaw, Breeding, Rearing and Fallcnin nr a There is abud.int room for Ihe ex cruise ofskij1 nil talent in the breed iog, renriug, nu J fattening of swine. Of all u iii ds th,e Uuitcd States have the greatest fcilities for prosecuting thia brmcli of, husbandry in the most eomenlieal manner,by reason of the fact that Indian corn may be growe by American f irpaeps on a hich to feed hog, . "cheaper than in any other -country.. It is. our superior natural advantages for keeping Ibis class of animals that makes the swine of Amexicau husbandmen excel their tfheep in numbers nearly ten million. Tennessee has four times more hogs than sheep; and the business of pror during pork, lard, and bacon for for eign consumption, extends much more rapidly than 'wool-growing; al though a pretty high tariff has been brought .to bear jn favor of the Iatr ter. . ' ' ' Less atention is paid to the breedr inr uf hoi's, generally speaking, than anv otner tiomccuu auiuuno. ima neglect leads to their deteriora...

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 February 1855

. . .- . .... r ' - - i iH.yjo h-; n il m XML.? fTr (i W-1 f ;4 .: . r r 1, - - r - j : 1 :U a - yrnm. m 4 T pucusnca a rcoFixicTcn. at be tor cHiry 't , f M m O. lVALLACE, J ! iw-."'-.r, tiuj it'.' film n t t f 1 DURSDAY nun 11J1M1 1 ) 5 3 . C7Tro Dollars for one year if paid at the time of subscription; Two Dollars " nud Fiflf Ccuts, without ibvxxtioh ;;o aftrth expiration of Xhree months. C7A1I , Blllr . for AdvertisemeDts,. Job- Work, or Subscription, coii6iaerea aue, wnen ' ' -' contracted, except against those I vith whom ve have running accounts. I ' J-Subscribersfail'mgto order adisebntinnance the oaner. at the expiration of the time for; which they may have subscribed, are con- J i!ontinnftJ to them accordingly.' sidei-o.i an wisainsr to renew; auu tt win u C7-No Paper will bo sent outof the county '-unless paid for in advance. . , " lr-pA,W(rtiaments inserted at One 1I lar per Square of Twelve Lines a ior vut moi. iukiwi m . . continuance.. tOrersons advertising by the yea...

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 February 1855

jVYrfEVILLEOOSpYp,- JUzzzia County! S. WALUCE, Editori " Ojvn-er Printin rntr i r A , FAYETTEVILB,- TENtf: & ; ;- JJ.. S.; Mediation fiejeclcd. ' . .IrMwcirDowa' hcre lhat'lhe v .mo&t earnest advocates of mediation .by onr Government between the Eu ropeaa bgUigerciitsj .are those most .friendly deposed towards England. zrJho jrewtfrd .they obtain for their la bors may;be seeofrpm the following - ,trci pf an article otvthe; Subject . ip thi London News: u: : ; ' : : . i Why is the mediation to bo offer- ' -ed nowT t : Why' not sooner! if of. . -ArAcl when RiiRsin first imrftd its nn. just claims upon Turkey, the "media ': Hibn of America might hayfc averted; .y from the uTioftendih Dar.nbian Prin- f cipalitieVlheeurse of Wo successive y, occupations by :fore:g amies; ;;0f- fered now that Sehastopol is totter log t(fi ts fall awl the'Cznr in effect 'djn or peace the7 'mediation" can '"in)y vneRtllussia,-" tphosa5 Jayless -v cnhHioT ptbyokeil ?the ar.'Tlie '.cmeT iof mediation ...

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 February 1855

f r i. 'if !; i I 1 i t i is Fayettevilie Observer (T The following gentlemen are authorial toSM9tt. ifl procuring .!cnbew to the T -i , AATertisemcntr, miKt Wedintotli . . -,r .nice i-the following Paper. - : - ' Neai.yf rinled BJa . . " :, WUlWw4 Justices' UanVa jut printed id'for sale at our dcsl Apj ( ' , j -.X ? -Tj -AdTerUscpaenUwe inserted in the (r V' 4r,iu which they are handed in. ; , , A Bad Cold- " 1 ."" About- three-fourths of -our ac- '"qdawta'nc PiA ftf victims of, a cough., cold, or sore throat; We $V'haTO recently, come 'iuo. possession ofn very promising satnpls of .. the ecod,''Vbichauy ;- foff-W -f ; iciiep although' we fire. paying for it IhroliL'h the nose. NtuiogmaKesa hrougn tuc nose. iui; "Drop tears a fart as we j .a'AnthW. for nobody.., He fpplvnt imce fidnt and leroiious; ' Ue tneVtogatfier r ; ras hen gat'bereth iheV chickens iit -der :her '"winds', but Ik) can't come it. kAAV - 'T ' .lift no A RPMRJliKlIl JK3 II ma wsi" - were a mass of -elands just bre...

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 February 1855

Jfrcediog, Hearing and Fattening (Concluded.) It id imposible to rear and fatten kV a -good deal ofiV'& thJ " J manufe; tut it liogs and not ma Iiwiiciuu tuiunuic wuuic, fun easy In .,!!, monnro tn ha Hronnrri v ii v n iijiiuuiv tw . ... ! in the woods, cr in oxt Ewampy grounds, where it is not needed, and where hogs are allowed to run.' Tbe art of rearing hogs at the greatest profit includes the husbanding of all tbe dung and urine produced by them in the best possible manner. In this way alone can one economically fatten his corn and clover-fields as both shelter and wafer Jo the iols where thev feed, or are led. While young they need a reasonable amount of exercise to develop mus cle and bonOj and for their health. In a state'of nature in forests, swine take considerable exercise in search ing for their daily .food; and in this - way they. acquire creat strength of limb and muscle, and. remarkable - constitutional -powers of endurance. . Blany families of swine are injured by...

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 February 1855

r V s '1 :: f ruuLisncn & pnopnicToxx. lit IP 1 y ft r f iter: : ll;fci Kii:: u n ' : j J J ; m . .1,11 . i.j t m . , t , v r . ... . ...a ' '' i ' ' : 1 : "Let, all the ad. thou alm'.t ? at be star C.uutrjr;. ,wru "V"'"" a .-i.' :. V . 1,. K.O.WALLACE, ,. .w .t , " , ; . , . , ' -' - . ' - ' ' ' ' " " ' ' ' . . . -- . ' : ' . VOL. 4. NO. 41. CJTwo Dollars for one year if paid at the tims of subscription; Two Dollars ' ' and Fifty Ceat, withoot dktiatxoh nfWth Tniraiion of three months. . . .0A1I Bill for Ad verti&mente, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due,' when ' -. contracted, except against tnose u na vnvm . wa have runninsr accounts. - . . . ifjCrSubscribers failing to order a discontinuance- - - of the paper, at the exptraiion vi uuwrai - for which they may have subscribed, are con- irlorA.l winhlTl!? to renew: anu it. uc ,1 them accordingly. - C7Io Paper will bo seut out of the county . - unlcs3 paid for in advance. , . r i 4 ,1 rort'.aomontx inserted atOae Ioi ...

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 February 1855

FAYETTE VILLE-; OBgEflV Free of Postage in ilufoin Connfj! TorWALLiCE, f Editor; Office-- $e same Old Stand: Sifnbf ihe "Observer Printing OjUe." it $ F1YETTEVILLE, - g'ENNi r. s-r- . , t TlIURSDA V. FCUtJARV 13,13? -. - : Modern npcrsiition. : " ,A Kiafory.jor jtbe rise: and : Xdbol popubirdeceptions and delusions for toe last t wenty-jive years, would be onef llio mostf instructive as well IS otni'cinir iiAnl- ni T- zoning (jt 'priori, on would, aaytbat the development." end diffusion of , truth. through the media of scientific -.discofvry. i)od public education, would ; enable tho general mind to vdistin ' gnish between the false andlbe true. principles of physical end mental science have produced so many start- ling 'phenomena, and ' have wrought ' so many .changes in human itffuirs of lute years, tha't, strange, hs 'it may , , seusa, the, increase of knowledge has 4Totten fi npw', lfinrl .ftf 'fsnnprRfltlnn scarcely -less dangerous than that 4 generated by iOTorariceV ' A belie...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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