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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 February 1855

I 4 1 i III i i"1i" 1 mm: rrT-r Pi 777T Ii ill l- f 7 j "C5AUiiLto. yiiiaitv sr.' ". MM -.mm - t - l: V V If ir r i? K t (t ft foes of P 1 .'-' OThofallowin-goiiaemenarenutliorixed; bhlei; tjflitftli lair SSil, mwtlling f to act as Wonts., in procuring subscriber to k.r5d;JJpUlid lair 5d, Middling 5d. - : : -. ihiiMlxl, but f-ll i ii it tire close. ftr Adrertiaeincntomurt ,tfEa3 by fiu toy .tforrnn, to instife an arpcar .nco in the following Paper. ' Jfrallv Printrd Blanks. . 40flnuWe.'nd Justices' blanks Just printed and for tale at our desk tejv rS" Business Notice, jj ' OT Te Tost-Office Lisl of Letters is pub lished in the FayeUeville Observer, compliance Villi a law of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the newspaper having the Cars est cmccr.ATios.Di Ice - - 'I - The' recent' coM . weather afforded fiiirpns nn onnortunitv to fill ftheir icehouses, which was promptly . . r Pn-flf- Wen, be Vin- improved. Good ! Bles ed be W in 4er, the clazer of nature, foT its cry...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 February 1855

- . - n.ii- tt. ' '':"" liiins an . nnrsns. Samo ho.rsQs are,more predisposed to galls Jhnc other?; bat even the most liable to.faitirv iu this respect may, by c;K-ts be kept perfectly sound. &atnes s is l;he great caose on gnlb. In order to save n Tew shil jings in reslufjing an old coiW, get ting cm n el's-1 mi r p:ds, 'or erhnps a new collar, many u valuable horse has Hjeen nji.iteri.il ly jnjured, nnd after wards )hj i cularly liable ,io sore . shoulders. T heollar snould be fre quently (examined, inasmuch as i$ is "very lijjfpjy to become hard arid lumpy. A' little pounding' y?itf generally re mote the difficulty and render the jcolJ:tr soft. If to horse is known to be predisposed to sore shoulders, amel's-hair .pads should always be i.used. Heavy nnd unsteady work is also ii frequent cause of galls. .A jman tjnujf:Sl to libor can easily blis ter or gall .his hands, while he who Jabqw habitually suffers no inconve nience!' ' 3o it is with horses; they jhnye, perhaps, doneji...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 February 1855

V v . t J - " . ..... .-... - - ' -'' -' - ' - - - ' ",--eirt ; ;"-.,; !-r.: .v' iMriujv - ' 1 - - a ui. i.T S3i .a . . -.JJijjuv. uju rm.ajv. j i- 'r--'...-.f-,.?J':M;4! M-'--';---- ;.bai"S.VJ! rjn-,; : : g 1 1 . . . i-v-.- ; -: ;: -- : . ,' c, V-t-' ?$Fi'ni- :4'rT' ! ' . cnh '. W;fll : TlP-Slf " ' (Til) TTFRl " flfm TWA ' hT1: TO ; ! " - -:i IJ'w I'; AWO ' til' ' I'll '.' ;' yi;-lM! : t'l. v I Jfc.: ' 'i : i IUJ..j i y ; J 4 1 V " t"'-' i'i.i. it-Wilt, -! .1 ? ) vyp. . 1?jMjvrjjt 1 3 ,, J t .. , . ,- t, . i. " ,f i .. - " ' 1 - ' 7 :. -.:-o; WALLACE,!,, 7.1 'dVl 7-. ;Vii7w r.:'A '? ;thtt yyjW ur; Go n Tr ... iv.:,-,:ff, ; W,3 ,; , ,.,,r&wrc V -7 Jill !JtTH3i CJ.rw Dollars for one year if paid at ' the time of subscription; Two' Dollars nnil Fifty Cents, without dktia.tioh aftenthoexratioq of three, months. i 0AU -Bill for Advertisements, Joh , Work, or Suhscriirtion, considered due, when contracted, except Against those with whom . "Re have running acconnts. , n . ,,. ' , Cttr...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 February 1855

.. ! " yv. i 5. r 9 i I ' 1 i 1 !, . i i X r i. - U VETTEVILLEpB&EIlYp, ; i'rcc o f Pa stage in Lincoln focntjl .OmczM Cte sime Old Stand: Bigncf the fQbwetr 'printing VJic'eJ' . ' : FAYETTEVILLE, TENNi i : TIIUHSDA 1,1 Lit IiUAXt 22,1853. : Col. .Gentry. '7 '. Tbis . gentleman ' has announced himself a candidate, for Governor, sis ,may be aecn by ' the following card . from the Shelby ville Expositor. An effort ' will be made on "the part of kaaing ; whig politicians, to v : make it n Spontaneous party movement; bo t .lrcwj3y many whigs are kicking . nut of tho.J races. ' .With prudence "vV, ' ! .imostpQweifuIuntHefcftrth: : Tb mocraticState Copvenlion.as ire trust jty ad val iney ". e, oi. y entry may dp . madeiiafiud that '-'Jordan is a hard road.totravpl:?'-.;; ', ., ;V .; - :,TiMlw reopie of Tennessee j '- T Hillside, Bedford co$ ) v Feb. 12, J855. $ . ' FELLOTV-Crnzss'sc-r Grateful " for the generous sentiments expressed for me in the newspapers, and in pri- -. . I ' t .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. — 22 February 1855

ayelteTiHc Observer "1: "YVV" i r frree of Postage in Ltocrtn Cwtji V1.1 -.. -..' - .-.-r-"1 TonJ ' fj The following gentlemen are authonzea V artns agents lii procflrini subscribers to the ( 'Fay'eUevHU Observer : - ;jKoii.SrrH,Kiau pnngt f0f tW CagimestoDlVfintsU fr AdvertisemciitimHstVe handedintothe jj e 6fct t Kg oyVf' tHeVlde! nce in the following Paper. ;' Neatly Printed Blanks. V Constables and $ nstices' blanks just printed iand for sale" at our dcsk tlttap. , " BST Business Notice. : ,, ' fjr.The P.ist-Ofiice List of Letters is pub lished in the ifyetttinlle Observer, in compliance with a law of Congress, .which provides that it .'kiiail immir in th ne-raTer bavinjr the "i i f. More ImproTcments' We wishes soon aa possible, to pur xhase jnew type, Tof various kinds, be sides engaging other foreign news and 'commercial 'correspondence, togeth er with making such other improve tnents in th Vbtervcr, the wants of itsmany Wends may seem Vrequhre. -AH )f these depend on one sim...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 February 1855

o r c-- i 1 i f . t - 4 - I) : : k I" is - Sre ,&mlders in Horses. P t In Ine reply to an inquiry as to best treatment for av horse' of tenaer eki, w nose snouiders. get chafed by trie collar from ' the shprt ;est ?tvor& ' tfte. editor of the. .' JJrit. gWuUuralistgiyessome directions, ,o( .which the fuJlQiying ,15 the subi ,nnd substance. He say, , when a jBore h Actually JbrmeiijLin.- conse .quence of chnjiiig by the collar, the .horse should ei the?: b.e Jaidoff work, ,or tfce stuffing should be removed bo .as to preyept pressure on the wound. k mixture containing half ..an oance ,of sulphate of izinc to a qoATt oC war terebouldJe jcnUnually spplied by means jpf a Bp'ftrag 'saturated jrith r the rnixture and Lad upon the sore. 5 - This' plan of keeping the part'eoo ; etantjy wet, tends to abate inflamtna i, tion apd soreness, and rapidly induces "tb.e hjBal'ng process. If the horse . cannot bo allowed to rest,' the collar - njust he eased as before directed, the ,sojre we...

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 March 1855

: ,:.,:ty:, ! - 'W V fiffi''iffl P fll Tf'F J ',:r-in-': ' : if -1 r : J ; J1 JJy 47 1 Ji J, JjLU Itu h iLJ 1 IJLlJ JLjIJJa UJ-JJ xJLlJj : U-JL-IL-::,,yi:; L JJivaOl , r r rtisLiiicu A ruoruiETOK. -'I Lr all the ewasithft'uniiiit af e ihf Coaiitry's, thy Co' nnd'Trulh's.'r . . ' i. -.- .-.. . r ,-''. 'iL'i. . !..;. r-i'..ii .' i.. iiir rtniitrr't. '-iiir' God's. niid'Trulh's.'f . ... :- s'.v I. i fr "J ' ' : i 1 . . '- " " - . w ; "' . " . t ' . j VOL-. L NO. 46. ; CJfcTvo Dolhtri for one year if iid at r . the lima of subscription; Tvo Dollars ' iinii rifty Cent, without riEvuTioN after thee xpiraturn of three months. . ; .Work, or Subscription, considefed due, when ' contractod, except 'ugaiJisl thp6e with whom i we have running account, if - f 'OrSubsmbersfailingto order adiscont.nunncc of the paper, at the expiration of the time - for which they may have subscribed, are con- ' sidcred as wishing to-renew; and it will be icrAii- it 1 1 is . ior . AaTeruiwiueuw, ww- ' continued to...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 1 March 1855

Free of Pt sfegefn Lincoln County 22,, Mme 0U Siffnof the "Vlxrver Pricing Office J1 , X ' . FAYETTSfjLLS, TENX;, TllUUSDAl', HAliCII 1, 1855. TicDipdoiaalic and Consular System The bill which passed the House ffjf Representatives a few days ago. t(o reform oui diplomatic aod consu - lar system, authorizes manv radical changes. ft requires 1 the abolition of outfits .and icfits, and fixes th annual c.omjpensationatta,ched to the several missions as follows: -. Great Britain, 317,000; France. -15,000; Spain, 12,000; Russia, 12,- 000; Austria, 12,000: Prussia. 12. - UOU; Switzerland, 7,500: Pcone. 7 500; Naples, 7,500, Sardinia, 7,500; Belgian, 7,500; Hollaud, 7,500; Portugal.-.7.500; Denmark, 7,500; Sweden, -7,500, Turkey, 9,000; Chi bv .15,000;. Brazil, ii.12,000; Pern, 10000; Chili, 9,000; Argentine Republic, 7,500; New Grenada, 7, 500; -Ecuador, 7,500; Venezuela, ,500; 'Guatemala, 7,500; Nicara gua; 7,500; Mexico, 12,000. - Ay.-eight fall ministers res:dent,$259,- 0O. ; - " ' The ...

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 March 1855

FavetteviUe Obseirer! pcr- : ;r " ; .v ....uv.tv, ..vny failed to welcome the Citizen & Ga zette,of Pulaski Waiting f Purvis, Free of Postage In Lincoln Countj! Tni'BSDAY, 9IARCU I. 183. CiT The following gentlemen arc authorized , to act a aonts in procuring subscriber to the luyetleotUe Observer J M.SaiTH. UclS Spring, Travis Co .Texas TT Advertisements mui.t be handed into the Office by Tuetlay .Mrwwy, to insure an aprar- nce tu the foltuwing t aicr. Advertisements are inserted in the or ler iu which they are handed in. . , Neallv Printed Blanks. Constables and Justices' blanks just printed n J for sale at our desk Uieap. 3-Business Notice.jj fT" The Fost-OSice List of Letters is pub lislied in the Fayetteville Observer, in compliance with a law of Congress, which provides that it ball anncar in the newspaper iirmns tne "la, " " . LARGEST CIHCCLATI0X.Ol Nashville Uving While in Nashville, last week, we made some inquiry as 'to the cost of J living there. Irish Potatoes were 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. — 1 March 1855

f .So-lhwn, ilorlicaHcrc.1 'Accoroinslo good huthOritj, the Yulue of the horiicultaral produce o! nr country lifnouet to over one bun- .iJrefl n0 fifty .million oC dol'ars an liu.ally. -Strange to say, this golden liarveat is reaped cliefly in the north ," cm Middle and Western States, Ms iSacbnsetta i .atone realises nearly as ,mnch from trchards( garden jtroduct as South Oirolina, Oeorgi.i, Alabama Mississippi, Louisana and Tvxas; this fis one of the sud pictures that the i3outh presents. It' might be painted -tin: diiferents colors if our ruralist .would only walie up to wbat might bt -done. . - Our fruit growers have been un- . ' successful . in many cases, because o! their reliance on the Northern nur- series. The experience of most of them has been decidedly adverse to this 4 method. Mr Van Buren, of (eorgi.i, says, 'Southern raised trees succeed much better, come into bear ing Eoouer, and are more durable hnn those imported from Northern nurseries, Air. iuorioD, oi .virgiu- r...

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 March 1855

si ' 1 1 '' " ' -.I';'; j ,:'' i t.-: -:-f--.-,r) i ....... i , v . Tt - if 1 J c - 1- ; m 1 1 - (T 1 - . ;." 1 '" r I- ! f I ! ! if IC. K WALLACE, t r r 1 i . ."Let: all the ; cuds thon aim'st at be. thr. Country's, tujr, God's, and Truth's ITBLISIICI5 A JOritlETOn. M. 4-XO. 47. 1 f- FAYETTfiVlLLE, TENJV: THURSDAY, MARCH S, 1855. WHOLE no. CJTwo Dollars for one year if paid at ihe time of subscription; Two Dollars uud Fifty Cents, without dktutiox s-fterthe expiration of three months. 1C7AII Dills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, except against those with whom we bare running accounts. " rSubscribersfailingtoorder 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 if, will be continued to them accordingly.' v' - ICJ-IVo Paper will be sent out of the county A for in advance. ; JC3Advertiscmcnts inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Lines -or Le...

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 March 1855

FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER , . , Free Pfag:-ai?;0in County N. .0. limlcOdltorT Tn?M t 011 &and' Sign of tht "Observer ft intlnj OJice." - rAYETTEVILLE,.; TLTN , y, . j TIHIKSUAr, JIABCli 8, I 5J.- lift War. Tho New York Journal of Com- ;Wree tbjs sumg up the intelligent receiv1 by the Baltic in f regard to tKereparation's by 'the Allies for ' tto Spring p'.mpiugn: - "- - - ,' The "preparations which are being made for a Springs campaign, are; in fjet, prodigious-. The recent, minis, ter,fal changes that have laken place in Xjreat Britain Hre popular, because ttbey, are considered by the people a .guarantee of the post decided war .policy, and :6f the; rejection of all profivrs of peace 'which do, sot - in--volve the humiliation of . Russia and .the destruction of her power in the JSIacU, Sea. Lord Palmerston . . Is jooked to, to wield the energies and resources of the kingdom in such a nanner as shall not only , drive back jlhe tide ,of Russian, encroachment, .tut also, restore to ,...

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 March 1855

V. FayetteV illc Observer free of .PstagS UbcoIe County! THURSDAY. JIAUCtt 8. 1833. ' f.EOISLATUBE LIKCOLK CODSTT. i ' r" (rWe are authorized to announce Henry Turner. Esq.'. a candidate to represent Lin coln ponntr in the lower branch of the next Tennessee"Legishture. at the August Election. 'LEGIELATCKEilNCOLN, GILES ASD MARSHALL. 07. We are aiithorizd to ' announce Capt. 'Ceo, V. Ilebb, of Lincoln county, a candi date to represent Lincoln. Giles and Marshall counties in the lower branch of the next Ten nessee Legislature, at the August Election. 07 The following gentlemen are authorized ' to act as agents, in procuring subscribers to the FayetteviUe Observer ' ' ' J so M. Smith. Bluff Spring, Travis Co. Texas Oy Advertisementsmust be handed intothe Office by Tuesday Morntng',to insure an appear ance tu the following Paper. ' ; ' - fjpAdvertisements are inserted in the or jder in which they are handed in.- J . 1 Ncally Printed Blanks. . 'Constables' and Justices' blanks just print...

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 March 1855

OFlockmasters in Germany separate the diseases inciden tul to thefoot'of tLeheep into two kiods infectious ana .non-infectious: or better, into the yirulerrt nnil tniM fppt-rot; for alfchough.'tfw corotnoQ foot-rot is there .considered by some as non-infectious, it.is,perh?ip only cqpiparatiyely spf .being attended vitji little or no lan (ger, hp.,1 often disappearing yitbout the application of a remedy , although through neglect, it may degenerate into the .virulent or infectious state. Th$ following remarks relate to the disease, introduced fnto England ol )ae .years. . Jn Qermany, they trace jts origin in that country to the in troduction of the Merino sheep. It first shows jtself in the limping gait of the nnimal. which gradually in creases: generally commencing with one of the fore feet, afterwards both are aflSc'ed, and' at last this lamer ness extepds to the binder feet, vyiUi -increasing bodily weakness. Ti.e diseased foot is hot, and is of- ten swollen round tbe hoof, which...

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 March 1855

r . V,: rt" ' v . -. ? ' - r: - . " . - -'"'' "'.'' ; m It Wf- l I ' , t ; Jfl i k : ta : fa rUl,; : T: fl- i t 11; I. . ; : IMflS Wr : : IC7Tvo Dollars for one year if paid at lh time of subscription; Tm'O Dollars Uiitl Fiftjr Cent, without deviatios .. after the expiration of three months. IC7AI1 Bills , for Advertisements," Joh- . - Workor Subscription, considered due, when tvebntracted, except against.those with whom we have running accounts. . -': Cr"Subscribersfailingtoorder a discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of the time I . for which they may liave subscribed, are con sidered as .wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly.' IC3Wo Paper will be aent out of the county unless paid for ia advance... - .. . ' IO Advertisements inserted atOue Dol 1 lai'pcr Sqnareof Tvelve Lines - or L, for the first insertion; Fifty Cents for each continuance. . t . ( fC??ersons advertising "by the year; will bo chargedTulrty Dollars for whole col- i umtC Twrentr-D...

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 March 1855

StmnE-- same Old Stand: Signof the "Observer rrj.Uing VJke." - : ' ; FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: 13, I85.1 "jflbn lico. 7? Janes' Declension! The'niroVof IP. "? pco - of the people who has risen by' the force of lis own virtues his own jibiliti.es, unaided by 'po werful connec lions, has long been connected with jtho political history of our State and Nation. ;A member of Congress for twelve years, he has been the favor ite of this District;. and his official nets have met vith a very general ap- Droval of bis constituents. , Hence, jthe announcement or ms.conctuiiou not to become a candidate for reelec lioa, will he received with regret by manv who were looking. to him as p. defender of the South in the halls jof Congress. .".:' . We intend to pronounce no eulogy 'iupon Mr. Jones. His Cime is a'pnrt of the history of our country. IJe has been bred up among this people, is known to the. citizens of every ' Quarter of the State, and is most in- innately acquaiaieu wuuiucn iw their feelings, ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 March 1855

Faycttcvilie Obsener Tree of Postage lollicolii , Countyl CanDibDifs 18s3. - - ; J-i - KTWe are authorized to announce If enry cr, Esq. a candidate reP-t L n- cXcSV in Slower branch r -Tennessee Legislature, are authorized to announce Cant. u-' r T-inoolncountv. acandi- eo, w. " : -7:.... Tav . it1 Afarshall .atAlo represent Adncoui. y eountiea in the lower v. - - - -. it. -sfi,nriil to announce II W. 'riwden. Esq, of Marshall county a candi iSSTu i rep rt Lincoln, Giles and Marshall SuntTes, fn the lower Wa of the next Ten neseee Legislature, at the Augixst Election. ft-TTkeToUoVtng gentlemen are authorized -toatas ag2nU. in procuring sulwcnber to the 'FatteltevUle Observer1 .. . . IJkoM- Smita, Blug Spring, TratMi Co. Texas " ivr- AdrartuemenUmiBtbe handed into the. Office by r- iay rinHre an arF" 'nco ia the-following Fnrcr . - ":1 (tirAdvcrtisemcnts are inserted jn the or 'er in which they are handed in. - .t .. , Neatly Prinled Blanks. .'. : Constables' and Justices' blanks jus...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 March 1855

- r ' r 'i Preparic Land '.tai Com. .-; . As tbb time for planting ibis most iraporttiut crop is fagt approaching , k'&w lunta oa the proper preparation 'of the soil ra ;iy not bo inappropriate. . Ube -warfare sow , raging in Ea Tope, u i th lha except e 3 rauths iiave had ,in tha : last t few years.tho corbunt? of Vhe ; increased demand fit L;gh figures, aU combine loHraw, ifeotn 5; cry .farmer, increased atten tioa to this; subject, f n making preparations for a new crop "of corn, we' "Would suggest; to . our ' readers tfcat they cannot commenca their j operatiflii3.tpQ soon, nor push them too frjisf when Ibey.do commence. - The first grand prerequisite necessa; ry is a team and plow, not a - mere . Wcas9,by which, iith hard pushing, the land miiY- possibly be scratched to the depth pf three or four inches, Wt a'pjojy .that will not only break '." your land but break it thoroughly. . ' Land that is only balf broken ml - peier more' than, half produce under the best system of t...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 March 1855

) O. WALLACE, '.-''."-' J " v! i i 'I , :T- -tth j ' 1 - ; "Jt '?ull; tbe: u ?.Ckou - -i :? ; V .j' PUDLISIIEtt & rROPJUETOlf ' f i i.i m i -n ii . 1 jtv' " 1 . . . iZ-zz-c. . . , i, i I' . 1 1 - The Trareller's Storr; ' A party was seated -, around a' bla- ami Fifty cent, wiTiiocT detiatiox 2jng (jre jn altaverd'".tnb6n'lbe;AU6- rZ:r..:, tZvJ. iliL rehinv-' mountains. ; 'The coach' had C7Tivo. Dollars for one year if pajcat the time of subscription; Two Dollars Work, or RuWriution.considcretl due, when contracted, except a;ainst thosa yith -whohl we hare .running accounts. , . . f I ' OrSubscribcrsfaUiugtoorder a discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, arecon . .6ulered as wishing to renew; and it will be cantiaued to them accordingly. lC3No Pa?cr will bs sent out of the cbtmty 'unless paid forln advance.- - . JC3AdvertiseraccU inserted atone woi laricr Square of Twelve Lines or Less, for the first insertion;. JFi Cry Cents...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 March 1855

Free of Postage in Hocpln Coniitv! N O- WAI.UfE. Editor. : 3 . Qrncs At same Old Stand: Sign of the . ? Observer fritting OJice." -- '; FAYETTEULLE, TjSNN; TlIITItSDAY. HAUCtt 23, 1833. Below Tre; gjve the new act, grant ing bounty. laud to officers an.d sol- dieis who have been engaged in the military service of this country. It will be seen that those soldier3 who have receiyed Jess than fine hunired "and "sixty acres, are. entitled to an ad ditional number, of acres, sufficient to make lhat amount -- . : As .Act In addition to certain . 'acta granting bounty bind to certain officers and solders srho have been - n0fpjl in the military service'in the 6 P "United State?. " Jt it enacted ly the Senate and House tf Representatives of the Uni ted Slates of America in Congress ' ir,,i Thnfc cfrh nf the survi- ying ' commissioned officers, musi cians, and privates, whether of regur larsvolunteers, rangers, militia, who ' ' . - . ...... 1 it. jvere rcguuuiy musiereu imu me eci yice of the...

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