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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 March 1855

rm . - J 1 . J ) mi Fayetteville Obseryer Vtn f Pastime in Lincoln County! ; Til URSD A V WABCU aa, tBg . CtmbiMes 1855.. OCrWe are authorized to announce Henry Torncy, Esq., a candidate to represent Lin coln countr in the lower branch of the next TTenncsseeLogislature, at the August Election. 0y We are authorized to announce Mr. E. S. I. ISObo, a candidate to represent incum the lower branch of the next Ten- countr in nessee Legislature, at the August Election. r,EGISLATTBE ilSCOLJT, GILES ASD MARSHALL. yWe are authorized to announce Capt "t3e. V. Ilebto. 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. (7- We arc authorized to announce II. IV. Cowden, Esq, of Marshall 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.- rrthe following gentlemen are anthorized snts. in ...

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 March 1855

R3M ! V v V r I i -1 ) ; " V 1. S - - -.,T? TT i r ur fiousexeepers. - Milk in BsEXD.i'have' more ob jections than one-to milk ia bread, M the )ab8 1 serious 3vthdt persons advanced age., who aya in the daily use of miik.jn:ide bread, will.be -x-P2cfe'Jtp fiiiflr from an over -supply Ox Oj&ewV or ..bi'siy rniUerand1 pat Itcrlarly if; their' kidneys be affected. 5Jre?tf should be always made with Iwatcr.'aiid wheo so made It id suita ble Tor the uged smi the' young, the "$ick and the Ayell. And as for sour tailk, a microscopic view would, I pre sume, present additional arguments against its use. Water Cure Journal To' .Make Fhuxx Pies. No under crust should be mudo to apple or any fruit It ia always heavy and not fit to eat. ; Place a narrow rim of paste around the edge of the plate, nd fill it with the fruit, either raw or stewed, !acd cover it.' The juices . jrill be retained much better, and it 5rill savejri sight of flour and butter, rvhich ii uo trifling consideration -in 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. — 29 March 1855

1. V r ill-:. N. O. WALLACE, ' ?v-; , ' : Lct nll 'the endi- ttooa1 alm'st' at .lie-thy Countfy's Ir 3od 'itiul Truth's." ...., . v "....-V TLCLISIICK A PROPKICTOI5. t1" ri0. 2C0,: V - - ' . ' ' 1 -v -vn, r - -it- f rV ... ,--"t - - : ..... T-r-';", .V';.'' - u - MiWiiB iMnriiww'"fc ' "' - .-... .v "-, mm. . M,?ri j;i" - a i Jji!3V: 1!, -!i . ! , ;L:N Ti i iji i . i!s. r Oi 'xli tjL i s Jl'' - b Ki , --vifci lijr ? --iJ ? iJiCaQl.' .: r:: ; 1"' . . . ... ' .... 5 V f ;t - a- t "' i - 4 - i Hint. lC7Tiv Ikollar for 6n yeair if paid a tkatime of subscription; Two Dollars anil Fifty Cents, withoct EvrATio &ftertheetiHnitibn of three monlha. vCJAll Uills 'for - A'dvertisttneuts, . JoW Work, or Subscriptioji, considered due; vi hen contracted, except against those with whom we hate running ftccouna." ' K. ' ' iTbscribersfaUingt; order 'adiconiannnc.e . of the paper, t the expiration of., the time for which they may have subscrihed, are con sidered as wishing" to renew; aad it will be...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 March 1855

! r t : t I, I ic.-ii- - - ; 1- ' - r - 11 1 X Vcc of Postage in Lincoln Conner is.q. Wallace, Editor. - " Ossctser Printing OjjictJ - - ; FA YETTL V ILLE, , T EXN: t - ;, The New BocatrLand Law. . .The Commissioned of Pensions has - ;ssued the following jn'sfrpcfions for carrying into cffL-ct the Bounty Land Where the service' has. -been ren dered ty'a" substitute," he ia the per son entitled -to the benefit of this "act, and'hot his employer. ; - ' . In the eveut of the death of any .person who, if livii.gj would be enti tled to a , certificate .or warrant as .aforesaid, leaving a widow, or .if, no jvidow, a. minor . child. or children, such widow, or if. r.6 widow, such mi nor child or. children, is entitled to a certificate or warrant for . the same quantity of land such deceased, per son would be entitled to receive un- .der the provisions of said act, if now! Jiving, v - - ..; - 1 , A subsequent . marriage will-not .impair the right of any such-widow to such warrant, if she be...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 March 1855

BULL JM L' .'JJH. it; S".'! X &i of Postaseln Lincoln Cotenfrl THURSDAY. IAAUCII 29 155. r JOCWe are authorized to announce If enry 'Turney, Esq., a candidate to represent Lln ;la county iu the lower branch of the next Tennessee Legislature, at the Anjnist Election. ... )c5 We are authorized ta announce Mr. E. t S. X. Dob, a candidate to represent Lincoln 'county in the lower branch of the next Ten nessee Legislature, at the August Election. LEGISLATURE LISCOLS; GILES AJTD MARSHALL. fjyVe are authorized to announce Cript Geo, V. Ilchto, of Lincoln connfy,a candi- date to represent Lincoln, briles and Marshall aunties in the lower branch of the next Ten nessee legislature, at the August Election. fj" We arc authorised to announce II. Hi. Conden, Esq., of Marshall countv.a candi date to represent Lincoln, Giles and Marshall counties, in the lower branch of the next Ten- nessee Legislature, at the August Election. Democratic Staii tdnventica Tbis body convened ii Naabville last Tue...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 March 1855

i in 'A Jht Horse tnowtf bY.LUrEars; iThe size,-position, and motion-of tho curs of ahorse are important points. Thps.ratiiQr small than large,;' placed not too fur . part, erect and as eccenimas ms master, , to bring .qj'.ck in .motipn, iiwite "both beednim bif boots..; John brought up the 1nfcvnnd .sfTurif: -arid if a horse js jrJ boot's in thb same state they were tbo freq-ieut habit or- carrying one wKen ou in -evening previous.;. ear forward and Abe other backjvrd, ' "Why didn't yoa polish my boo U?" und especially if ho does so on a jour- D?an. ' - ".' 4S. ey, lie will "posae'as bothirit and . - "There V no nse ia olisliing continuaacc.'. Tho' stretching of tho- theta," 'replied theman,; l(br they .eajsiicontrary directions, "shows that! would soon be dirty again. he is nttcn'tive td every thing that is) . Ye,y rn.e said the Dean, and passing a round him; and while he is be put on the boots. ; Immediately; (doing- this ha cannot . be much fa-jr, he went down to the landlady .i...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 April 1855

is-no rri ra'ffni fanem ira uim M n fTn mrp YmTk STO - fivffi fil Ti? IP 1 Id II TTiTVl ' v. v A ' MB UN I U - , I . U' U'J . ' .' . ' ; U, 1 11 JJL iJJJ . J-Jy : JLiLJJ V-f U-Ui JJLLI JJIJjl JjJJl v UJJ- jyJ ulLrijU If. . WALLACE, "Let all the ends, tbou aim'st at be thy Country's, thy , Ood nnd Truth's. PUBLISHER & PROPRIETOR. 4 V i A 1 it - V ! if r tC7Tvo Dollars for one year if. paid, a the time of Bubscriptiou; Two Dollnrs :: IMld Viftf CciltS, WITHOUT DETUTIOH aftertheexpirationof three montba. CJA!I Bills . for' Advertisements, Job ' Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, except against those with whom ' wehavejunning accounts. Cr3iib3cribersfailingtoorder adiscontinuancc of the paper, at the expiration of the tinje for which they may have subscribed, are oon- -sidered as wishing to renew; and it will he ' continued to them accordingly. iCPNo Pnpcr will be sent outof the county unless paid for jr advance. C7AdvertLscmcnts inserted at One Dol , larper Sqn...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 April 1855

I . r t H 5 . FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER.. "" free of Postage in Lincoln County! OxFrcEi fa same Old Stand; Sign of tU Observer' funling Office," j ; "FAYETTEVJLLE, TENN-l THURSDAV, jtPiill.' 3, 1855. Drnicrmtir ate CMrt. GOVERNOR, - , ANDll EW J OHNSON, ' ' O? CREESE.' Democratic Slate Conveniioa. - r Below may be found the proceed-1 Jngs of tho Drmocratic State Con vention." Ve have only Epace to-day to sail attention to it, with the addi tional remark, that the Platform of ..Principles is of such material as to commend it to tho favorof erery . democrat: ; Pursuant to a call by tho. Demo cratic Slate Committee,a convention of delegates of the democratic party . inet ,at Nashville, on Tuesday, the 27th of March, 1855. '. Oa motion, John K. HowARD.Esq., - f Wilson county, was called to the .chair, and G. T, Henderson, ofRuth- . erford, was appointed Secretary. -. On motion, a committee, consist ' ing of. Messrs. Eustinan, of David son, Whitthorne, of Maury, Williams And - A vent, of Iin...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 April 1855

r Fayelteville Observer Free df Postage In Llruolii County TIILUSDAY. APHIL 5t 1833. Canute 1805. I.EGISLATUBE UXCOLN COTK.'TY. fjTWe are authorized to announce Henry Turner, Lsq., a candidate to represent Lin coln connty in the lower branch of the next Tennessee Legislature, at the August Election. C7 We are authorized to announce Mr. E. Sm Km Itobo, a candidate to represent Lincoln -county in the lower branch of the next Ten nessee Legislature, at the August Election. . UXjISLATCEB LISCOLH, GILES AXD MARSHALL. QT" "We are authorized to announce Capt Geo. 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" We are authorized to announce II N. Couden, Esq., of Marshall 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. John Gcodrifts goods bav&Coffle, and w...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 April 1855

1 . i"1 - Mi-: ' ... . . - it-. t i K t t 7 j i Domestic Bread. Th$ Rhofo Island .Sqpiety for the promotipn, of industry, gate the first premiums on domestic bread, to Mrs. lliram xf Providence. The follojviqg is Mrs. Hill's recipe for ma king tbo. bread exhibited by, her; 3?'or Iwo loaves of the ordinary clze, take eight potatoes, pare them, slice very thin, and boil quick until quite soft, then mash to af fine pulp, and add, a lit lie by two quarts of boiling Water, stirring until a starch is formed; Jet it cool, and add one- third of a, cop of new yeast. This forms the "sponge' which should re main in a moderately warm place for - ten or twebre hours, or "over mght ; until it becomes very light and f 1 t- 1 ' I'lll ' " 1 iruiuji.eyen u a mue sour, it is o no conscquence.1 When the "sponge' is ready, add a little flour, and work " it ujUjj ypu hare formed a !' stiff firm mass., fJ.'he longer and moro. firmly this is JtneacM the better the bread IiCitJlhe .kneaded .mass remain say ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 April 1855

W . , . . r . . - ' .' ' i- ' - ' Z- . .-. - "J- . . r - - 3. -. 3' ; vr...fc3..,-.Q,i,, fel, f.6J.fcl . . ED- VeJ. r;VUl.t4-h.LJI ,r;,.. : SJ iJJ , -USUI z. iL : eLAUV -r -U -tL LAU ! - - - W. OWALLACE, t . ' ti : s i 4-.:f nilj: .U.ii. -.1 ; ' 15 'Lel all (he Md$ tho aim's t at foe Yfey Co.,ntrr's, Ifty Cd; nd TratUViT ' ' - f ' : ITBLISIICIS di-i'ISOPfhcTOli - - i i - i .. - . . . . , r . . , - ' . i . . . ; . , -. -. -, , . . - . ' -V " - . . . -"jL-amjiLajBBrass. - the timo of subscription ;.Tp Dollar " imd Fifty Cents; without detiatioh after theexpiratipn of three month. , C3AU; l5iUs for Advertisement .Job '. .Work.-ox Subscription.coTiBidered ue, when contracted, except against those' with'whom. we have running; &ccount3 . C-Salcriben.faiIingto order a discontinuance . "yt . of the paper, at the expiration of, the time ' for which they may hnv.e subscribed, arc ofc . . .eidered as wishing to renew; apd it will.be .' continued to them accordingly.' , lCJKo wiU be eut.out...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 April 1855

-' : . - l-'- : r. t I - - t f t' V i- s 1 ' . - I' - ' t if - if'' h ' r .T V. f - IV 77 4), WALLACE r Editor. f Observer Jniilirty (jjjk.'r ,,?",-- TAYjETTEYILLE,! THOlLSl.14 APtilll, 1855. .1: 33r oi orralif- ftnte 'Ckkft." . FOR GOYERFOJt, Andrew- Johnson, : : V. Jj OF CREtSB - - u ur (landidaie-; ' ; "'.' , ; Last week, ire pnblisbed" the pro- jcee.djBjgs of,' the .Democratic ' State -...Convention wliicb assembled on the 29 th nt.r The crtalest harmony and ;.; fraternal feein prevailed in this fam--fly council 'of I ho Democratic party. As is well expressedjby the Memphis Appeal, the Convention, q conform ity Tilth anjejent andHonorabie usage, . .VC2S teld .with open doors requiring no 'Other, password than & love of ' w 1 . iiberty .and equality, and no" other KiP thiin tho icarm grasp)f a free- ..X .Confwming.to the 'expressions of .'the.democracy in almost every coun- v ty Hi .the. State, the c Convention y.jnominaied Gov ANDRE W JOI1N- "'Q., by acclamation, for xeele.c...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 April 1855

MS o 1 ' 0 ;rec 4f Postage hi Lincoln-Count jl XTIICRSD'AV, APRIL, 12. ISM. . - !" . n r. ir. t . ;,-':-.;' '-,' .' . n-j-W .tt authorized to announce Henry , -TurneFV candidate to represent Lin- , -v V 'coin county-in the lowerbranckof.tbe. heit P-tstLe2Tslaiure. At the August Election.. ' fgj- We Rre authorized to announce MrE. j S." IIODO, a candidate to represent lukco" a "county in the lower branch of fcthe next Tcd V" lessee Irffgialaturcat the Angnst Election. X - tGTSl'iTURB LISCOLifi Cn-KS ASD XAKSHALL. . ..-( "We .are "authorised f announceOnpt. . . - . ceji, V. HeftlKt'f Lincoln county a candi- ". T Af. to represent LincolnGiles and-Marshall . i ' canstics in the lower branrh of the next Ten , ; nessee LcislatorHait the AHgrtat Election. . ' '" :' ' C-y Vc ar autliorized to ansioiujce" II IV. ' . Cowden, Ksqjof Marshall conntj-.a candi--' Mate to represent LincoiaGiles and-Jlarshall ' - VoUntiei in tie lower branch of the next Ten-?. r - iiessee Lcgiaturo, at the Angnst E...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 April 1855

.Pn02SS!pIfALf; T 7 4 CTIP I r- ? - f , The olIawiBgipefhod mi ''':ydslngVAd Jrew.:Vt6i u- ttus'like ' LortJ : sweet p6tatoe-was'fiirttished;t6the "Soil of .ic'Soudi iy odd ofils.coir- . tnbytars.jyltosnvs H'wastiMiMy sue-.! ssfui 1tsryenr, uotiiithataiiduig. Che : Jofijg .4roaf li Ji"d .great ea,'-lHS..crop . jrieasurimrthreo hundred aiid.seYCuty .--two balieh l)er.picg?,eieasurefcto lh.efaubd 4or iin-Kj-esjtectalljMllie ' acre', aud iijacli .larger than aty; luised'tice 4I 'Wi-rumii; " r- 7T;Tn . . i' jin lij3 ficctioii of te country, -tVhat I , Audrew : : .ecUou Jhit is, wo have cot' been iille j iiis Moykings 'im . v hHl- oiijp Q'lcarb,1 batVe suppose If is'.south-j Wndred hud fottj-fite Ibsra Vrry -" ,ern Georgia br Aiabam.u - Of.ctKirser respjpclable tfctt ivtUiitttvb;.cb .t wquld tmVe' to be lu'bdiBed In Wipojlie endeavbrd to KeVj) '-ixielfib' : joegsee: ; ' ' .. About. the ' middle of February. -'. .open a bed faun fcet wide, six inches .ueep, aau pi suuicieni lengin, nnu iu...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 April 1855

, 7 "J. ; " m. - . r tHeVinWif utsCriptioi; Two Dollars . Bf.EEVir STh. 7oED- Ur-TfPnPiI h j Flftr Cent, wjthoctkvutios L "v V " !vVT '' a?.ayKCiieu :05 mhigh limestone 'baaft if upon its ; aafirMnor :?e?yu, ,; - ; them'soonA.cbtony .nedJ:n0t answer; vvv. storms orpaEsipn,and doomed iosmkl -- ri bavet enMenyorea to : keep upj .jn the -rmind.'j'aS; ",wel : .ruutyou.co" not gecm to stana.i JLitertli&exDH-ationof three montus. , -' . ? StAJI . liilI7tor -Advertisfnefcts JcTi4 Work;orSdliricfir.tiofi,co!is,idered. ciae, wfum. mmX rynK: fh Wi h-ndW.- KVfi bo dotKed t arf ytf tell lis Bomsth.ng of your .-i -Trru i ik MnccfLrni'i mmrAAntil He fcesitatetf-mr'nioment-a- dark I its greeg-. islands and sw6ping Curves FparKieO;-ceneatn-t.ne,snniignc;.ana disapjea.red in - the distant, over shadow ing- forest." -;jA 'steamboat is se - Tiae "sou nd " o f . Hs ! Cflpepipe: ,v . ot tu paper, at inq expiruuii-yi r, ; forMlii?htIi5yrBAjUavesuWribe,iffer St 4CPA'avcrt.3einnts .iTiiertcd" at O lie'...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 April 1855

i" . A " w .... . -- ;- .-? cS' a - . . - -'7 l -V r Cce.",- go Kpt ultravs credit the Fpcculalions -1. ur ! . . t-. --.ft ; prove eorrect. : .The Soutbera people vCAkdre Johnson ;0?'' GP.EESE. Mo.unite'd Uqa the Buljec:nnd are ready 'at ft.nujments VaroBg 1oW' 4 tr ImpsrUntXroni .Kskistcn,1 f Tree - WKat li&s been said as to the or- -ilerlu- a naval force to Cubs, to de: "flriahfj vrrparatitMT ;!Jr f.the-sirair'of the El Dorado, is cojifirjijitd bjr'llic ::.:-(oj lowing' Irtift comnhe last ntirnf Der of the Tsew-..XorkiIra!Ji ;If . Xbc statements are'trup, as'W have - rjo reason to doubt, we shall proba : . ; tlj have stirring times shortly:- WA?nisGTON, Wafch SO .' t Irrpprtcmt 'Qalinel- Council The, , JEl Dorado Affairs-Important Kqval v. jnjhischy, islhe". El Dorado out- Xere '3 no ll'e excitement .'lipre; growing out of that insult, -J jiiijich, )f the wfay,'has. beeuin- ; jcreased y ihat to",-Thompson; the v" American consul at Sogtia.Ia Gran-""'.jPv-v'lljtre; was anotlier...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 April 1855

V-: 1- v. r.l If - - I i, . Ill evillc Oliscrver Prei-f Psstajs la Liatoln Countj! HHCRSDAY. AFBXIj 19, 1355. i -. . .. ""..""-.- 1jE8 IStA.TClt'E LlSCOlN CO0KTT. , --Y7e xa aaiborized to'anTJounce Henry S'arneyt Esq acaTjilidate to represent Lin- toliv countv in ib Tqwct Lrar.cb of the next .IVnnesve'L-.ature. at the Ang?t -Election. " Wo are auihorieed to announce Mr. Ii S. K. Bolo. a candidate to represent Lincoln -couritr in the lower branch of the next Tea- nessee Legislature, at tha' August Election. .; frJ-We aro jinthorizid to announce apt. Go. V. IXcbfc, of Lincoln county, 4U to i)re8ent.Incoln. Giles and Marshall counts in the lower branch of .the next Ten- THjsse Le?iaturc, r.the August Election. - rrj- Yc are authorized to announce II. Cowdeis, E-sq, of .MarshnlUoujitT.il candi date to represent Lincoln 0:e and Marshall in V. Wpr Lranch of the next I en- Legislature, it the August Election. ' ' hT Th.e folloVraj Rcntlern'cti'are authorized to act as a?3nts. in procuring ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 April 1855

.V.;V;. ' i 'A " -. - - IT ; . - 7- 4 4. v 5 -o: 4'. : ractrcal Jluits' Abont Tpnltry. : V .Whether Iho large-sized varieties V)f fowls which re ''all the rage" fco unongit fancy breeders and dealers ' tre '.fealiy pfefer.i&le.; to jthe "old-fash-1 ' - ioped barii-yard fowls )i a subject on which there sire two opinions. iimoDgj inose wno Dave ineu botn. le-eayj nothing of the enormouaTrices which thev' occaEionallv ; commnnd. : tlevUhau t I knovhow io mauaselntnU owcigb henvily m tho . market cales',Sliii,tlire isno jdetyitig;MrAd jor Clla large platter on". the dinneVacns is a slrauge -iiiau. ' .; V Jr;. .table.; 13ut, on the other hand, f lieyj Yo spp, it was this inornin at .are great gormamlisers themselves.lbn I and are cenerally considered difM msl lave-" biie'of-(hos'len i dollar cult to raise Roosters should be changed' as often as once . in two years, if notiannually; - and 'p'lins ahould be stakenln replacing them, to procure 'strong,' healthy, and per ectJbirds the h...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 April 1855

f 5 r t,' VOt. 5.-X0, 2. iC7Two Dollars for one year if paid a the time of subscription; Two Collni's aat Fifty Cents, srrraocT deviation Utertheexriration of three months. tC7All Kills for Advertisements. Job- . Work, or Subscriptionconsidered due, when coutractp.it . icint asaiftst tho'se with whom I- L rJ . we have runnins aecounts.-"'r - - v- ttrSubscril)ersfailing to order a discontinuance of the Daner. at the" expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; ana it ui oo continued to them accordingly. !C3'o mer will be sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. - $CJ Advertisements iuserted at One Dol lar per Squnreof Twelve tines er JLes, for the -first insertion; Fifty Cents for each continuance.' ' - - - trrp-Persons advertising by the year will be diaredThirty Dollars for a whole col S Twenty Dollars for one-half. Teii Dollar for one-quarter. Lodevia tionfrom these terms under any circumstances iS-The privilege of year...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 April 1855

--5 1 Tayeotil LE OBSERVER -1 ' ' . : ,J-1 p W'of Postage in Lincola Conniyi N. 0. WALLACE,. Editor. K)bstrvir Printing Ojic'e,"' Sigjicf the FAYETT EVILLE, TEXN: , ma','' ' . an nnifraftrf "Andrew Johnson OF GREENE.' t. . . Tiie United Stales and Europe. The Yashington correspondent of 'Jhc. Boston 'Advertiser affirms that he documents of -Kussian revek lions, that were rivateJy communi cated to the President, a few days Bince, distinctly offers to prove that n compact exists between the allied powers of Europe, in which they pledge each other to interfere in case of any further attempt at territorial extension on the part of the United States.. This is the main scope of the document: its contents do not ! beyond a voluntary tender of cyi-J dence to convict the accused parties ... i i .to; set at defiance every principle conr .tained in the Monroe doctrine. Af- .ter due consideration of the subject, .the President and his ndvisers came to the conclusion that the whole mat- act suou...

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