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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 April 1855

-."- k I. CI 7 if ;.- i.' 1 1 Faycllerill c Observe! ref Postage la Lincoln Coun(j! TIIUKSDAY. ATUIL 36, 185 .(Caniiktfs 1855 - teCISLATUBB LISCOI.S COCSTT. - (t-W are authorized to' announce Henry T urney,- Kl candidate to represent Lm coln county in the 1 er f tn5 iext Tennessee Legislature, at the August Electii. 07 We arc autliomed to announce Mr. 13. 8. N. Bofoo, a candidate to represent Lincoln countT in the lower branch of the next Tn nessecIsUlature, at tha August Election r.Emi.AToEE iiscoLr, oiles akq karshall. fjr We are authorized to announce CapU Geo, V.Ilelb. of Lincoln county, a candi- date to represent Lincoln. Giles and Marshall counties in the lower branch of the next Ten ' nessee Irfgiskturx., at the August Election. frr" We are authorized to announce II. N. Cowdcii;Esq.;of Marshall connty.a-candi-. date to represent Lincoln, Giles and Marshall .counties, in the Tower branch of the next I en- iiessce Legislature, at the August Llection. f- The following gentlemen ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 April 1855

i J ' . r ... " .' i f a- --, t ! I : 1 V i I- ! f V 1 J ? ! 1 V. .ill l r I ; 1 1 . ; - I L Garden" Seeds!-'- Ine following' is fin; estimate of Ibc quantities of different kinds of gttrdeq -leads required to -produce a ertuia .number,, of , plants, "or t b plant ft oertalnquaQtily of ground: ! Asparagus. One ounce will pro-J uuuo Huoay ljUuu iams,. ami re quirei, a iecd. ; bod f : about .t twfelte equar feet. .'" ':, -: Asparagus i??--i;000 'roots will plant a bed fuut, feat wide, and from 200 to '250' feet long, according to thQ distance apart ,tbe plants " are placed on the row. Beam English ; Dicarf-. One quart of seeds will plant:. from 100 to 150 feet .on row, according as the 8ort8mny be, early or late. J3e'ins-Frvkh ' Dwarf One quarl m be sufficient for about 250 hills, 'and the same quantity, will plant from 2 50 to 300 feet of row. Scans Pole One quart ; of Ia xna,White Dulch or Scarlet Runners, will plant about 00 hills; of. tbe siQJillcr-Eorf, one quart will plant About...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 May 1855

if. I! il 1 1 If : il li 1 1 - ft 1:4 : ..t I t! Hi - il up ' 4i Wis Tl f TirlTIT3 '"' ""'fini" "TWll" fftl' " TTOI'" t"r;fir"'y" -"fflQI7 "TTOI""''"' Wi 1 1 ip ft . d p: I ; , l pi ; y 1 p flljpr SI ; ' .:'" " - y ' : , . ; -. -. .. r, - ; i , - ."j,: .7., - - ' . i . ... -.-- .1 , -.- ...... . w . r wl. . . . . . -. - -- . - , ' . . . t . . , ' ... - ' . ' 3V O. WALLACE, J VOL. 5 no. b; I5JT wo Dollars for one vear if raid a - . ine time of subscription; Two Dollars nid Fil'iy Ceiils without deviation iltertlieexpiratiouof three months. tCTAII lirtls for Advertisements, Job M Vork, or Subscription, considered due,when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. -v .CTiiiihscriberbfailingtoordir a discontinuance of the naner. at the expiration of 'lhethne for which thev mav have subscribed, are con - sidered -aa-wyshing to 'renew; and it rwill be ; . continued to them accprdinglt. ' ICyjVo Fair willba scntoutof t"he county unless paid Xor iu advance. . ; ."...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 May 1855

JMBEViliE OBSERVER. C jfostagc in Lincoln Coxmtj! Or.WlLLACEi Editor. Qrrjc-Jt the same Old Stand: Sign of the " Observer J'tinting Ojp.ce." FAYETTE VILLE, TEXN: VIIU1EKPAY. KAY 3, 183 iSnnorrnlif tatt Cirlut ' FOE aOTERXOli, Andrew Johnson. OF GREENE- :lle Dcn't Take. Gentry, the nominee of Gentry, . doesn't suit the Whigs of WestTei p6see,Bs well s a large portion of the Whigs in M iddle and East Tennessee. ITho idea of n great political and the best drilled Whig party in any of the Btates, being knocked in the head end killed, without making the least jstruggle, doesn't altogether please ?that portion of the party who have the snq and blood of fearless men. Ehey are dissatisfied, and we learn tljnt the gap is widening as the can vass is coming on. What they want is a Contention, and come out fair find equare,and make a bold fiht for the supremacy of their cherished prin ciples. A gentleman writing to the . TVnnVlin Tlerirw nnon the pulsation ,of the Whigs in West Tennessee, inake...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 May 1855

Fayclteville Observer -1805. nownifs- T,E(iIjlTDKfi UKCCU5T COCSITi frrWc are authorized to announce Henry -TarB?y, Eq., a candidate to represent Iin ori county in ..the lower branch of th-ixt "Tesee Legislature, at the August Election. g,lBOO, an.u i ; , Wer branch of the r.ext Tec- ness5e Lcgulanire, at the August Election. EGIslATrEa-UCOLS, GILES ASb MARSHAL., Ve are authori zed to announce Capt. i to represent Lincoln. Giles and Marshall -counties tn the lower branch of the next Jen-nee- Legislature, at the August-Election. tr We are authorized to announce II. J. Cowficn, E.,of Marshall county .a cand, JXE represent Lincoln, Giles and Marshall counties, in the lower branch of 1 he ntlen ncssee Legislature, at the August Election. ft-TWe we authorized to announce Mr. -Sauincl M.Ewlnsr,of Giles county acan . idate to represent Lincoln, Giles and Marshall counties, in the lower branch of the next Ten nessee Legislature, at the August Election. fa- The following gentkmen are authori...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 May 1855

i .:"--'&UHt tkc South.,' 33... 3&?N-4 $ a commanica Xfam kom JacVsao, Teonesaeo,, iu vUch witter makes some hifjui .,xy with veg-ttvl to the, best breed vf Hogs focthe Soatb, etc.;. and as IJ&t to buta thtj opinion of my .brother formers upon nil matters per taining to our occupation, J y.ll give your coirepotulect my views upon the hog avj the breed that 1 think best adapted to this portion oT.the South (32 degrees 30 minutes.) I jim fully satisfied from over 20 years experience and close observation that "A small hog is the best for the farmer for several reasons. -' - " 1st. He is easier raised and fat tened, (that is it takes less feed to do it;) he will fatten kindly at any jigeyou may wish,, while roy expe rience with the larger breeds is, they Will not fatten' well when young, say A year old. ' And I am fully satis fied that I can raise and fatten more pork fiom a given quantity of feed from the small than the large breeds, 2d.- The meat is sweeter and! eV tier s...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 May 1855

- it . t .- II- I Hi- it tf.o; Wallace, . JX;;i. . . .'I . v !. ... .;ro f e i4Lt,.4II . end. (koi aim's t at b, tbr Couutrr's,: thy God's, aud Trnth's. i : ' .11 ffil 11 5 1 'i . il 1 .11.1 1 JJ 1 1 u ui TI 1 , .1 v..- A - fC3Tro Dollars for one year'if paid a insttpie of juiisenption;-Tiyo III;H'S . ' Ull I Fifty. CcMt. WITHOUT' DBTIAtlOH -." iertueexpirationpi three months. . IC7AII Bills' for Advertisements, Job Work, or Sulsicrrition,cen8iilcreil 4ue, vken . . . contracted, except against tUose" with whptn we hav'c ruiining accounts. CCT'Subscribers f aili ns to or Jer a iliscontinuaDco of the paper, at the expiration of the tima for which they iuav have subacribed, are con- . I . Ml I'. Biuereu as wvstiing to renew; ana wiii oe , cojitiuued to them accordingly. " - '.t! lOIV Fapcr will be sent outof the county unless paid for in advance!; - ' fCPAdvertisements inserted at One Dol v - far per Square ef Twelve Lines t ' or. Less , for the, first insertion ;- Fifty 11 Ccnts for e...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 May 1855

. -' . ...... . , . . . .a,' 1- . ;" FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. JFrtt of Postage in Lincoln County! H. 0. WALLACE, Editor,; jDincit-- tf tame Old Startf? Simp the ' '. Obstrvsr Printing OJfice. - ' i . FAYETTEFILLE, TENNj , MAY" 10, 1833.'; . ,)rmorrntif $faft Art fOJ2 QQVESKOJk, Andrew -Johnson, ,: OP GREEXfi. Congressional Convention. Below, we republish a list of the delegates appointed for Lincoln conn uty9 to attend the Congressional Con vention, which is to assemble in Shel fcyville, next Tuesday. It is impor tant, that a full Convention should be had; in order that the wishes of the whole District may be known, and conflicting claims amicably adjusted: 1st district B U Perry, F Mot low,A' Eaton. ' . - - 2d J H Taylor, W Tolly J L Ashby." - Sd D J Qeorge, J Reed, : W Es- look 4th Young T Taylor,!) F Rob ertson, G W fayne. 5th J Roes, Newsom, T Hair . nev., ' . : .' ' Cth George Y IJebb, H C Duffi jMosesYant. '. 7tb M Cruse,Ifu Thomison, W BRhea. - : 8th John Goo'drich, Harvey C Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 May 1855

- U - t. -1 atti II lij or 4 i i I t I t J.:.,r ' ;: V;- 1, Ziust Saturday, 5th inst waft the Free of Postage in Lincoln Couuty! day selected by the Milletites,- or THURSDAY. r MAY .lvlS5.; 1 Cniittihntes "LXQISLATtBB -LISCOLH COCSTT. -News Arrival of frtfa tnrope. v - the Steamer up ' - New York, May 4 noon. The steamer Atlantic has arrived. The Vienna Conference bus broken Russia has . rejected all the de- t4Adventist8,,,fir the, final tJestrm tlon bf thia wicked World, f ' -1 That our readers bay the better understand what these monomaniacs 1 manda nf tha allies. Tj3-We we authorized to announce Henry are aiming at, we gi v the following f Sevastopol . has been bombarded estmates from a statement by Abra- B,nce lDe ytD- lnaresuit is douot bam flavel. a' (lifitiruMiishpii mmhi.ii'u1' -" ' ' "" auo ucn uiiuou ivau lius uceu en.- -i; , 1st. The carrying away of the" ten Emperor Napoleon.' tccomranied tribes of. Israel, took pl.iceJiC.666, by the Empress,. has been a week in accordin...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 May 1855

vv :.2.'r- - ' '" - - ' - s - - . i ',. k - I I . t - I -- I I 5 t 1 IV 'Tricks WlSlsKf: -Jejpw toay-ft, fcre;,rveyour 0ffn. -?7?TT; fliult the :brato lias ' .'" rT3' ignorance. "Be";' patient x .1 K-- liiw, teach nhd coax hira, and : fiuec.ef s iu lima is certain. ' There are irid:, however, which are the 'result . of confirm tl habit or viciouinessind A the 8' sometimes .require a different trcutment, "A horse accustomed to fitartiDg ud running away, may be 't effectually cured by puttiDg him to , the top ofhis speed oo such occasions tmJ running him till pretty thorough ly exhausted. . - 11 ; ' yf, 'Ji horso that had a trick of pulling his bridle and breaking it,was at last i . reduced to better habitSjby tying him tigully to a stjtke driven on the brink of a 'deep Mreii'uimth his tail point- - irg to the water, he commenced pull- ing atlhehaHe r,which suddenly pdrt ; 4 ed; o-ver the. bank he tumbledj and after n omerset or two,nnd flounder- ing awhile in tbo water, he was sat is...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 May 1855

1 tm1!" " k ',-''.--..-'. : . - ; - . . . -- '. J,jMfc.MMaa,,MaMiMMM" " - Ik. O. WALLACE, J. ' t; ! t (.' .1 -..-f- - .i j.r.J ci,: ,;-.,",;.:),,;; "... v .p;Uf ;.i ..'?:' r --m; - . JTJ vtirMV.".1.?!.! t2tif ' , -ur .-rjj 71 'xT. -''.' 1 if 1 i 5;:. C7Two Wullar for one year it. paid a the time of EuWiytion; Two Dollars auJ Fifty ciito. ; without dkviatios - afrthc exiur&tion C tbrce inontlis. ' ; lC?Ail Ua:s ior Adve'lisc-ments, Job- eonuacted, except ngaimt thoSa- vHh vhom we have running accoiu.ts. ' ' . . O-rSuribeKfailinStoordcr :jKrontinancB ..r h -exu raticn of the time orwhiAtr tuayveubscriWd.arecon- aiderel as wisUing to.rei.ow; ,"t-"..7 1 - l',m a'f01lniiy. lO-Xo l'acr will I sent out o the cctanty . : jinlcfc. paMfor' ce. . . r-T Persons advertising by - 7 irtT DaH-tr for h w,iole Cents. vri. 1 , TPar. vill lie thS.tot. its uni. "" riwrrf. Dollars i . W ' ' ,ar'ed with the mini liand . - i i u't -.i ii t j. . t out, on l j "J he -.nantei 06"Ad vert iscm c u ,l p. per...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 May 1855

JggTTJV ILLE OBSERVER,, Trag nt Postage In JJncola ConQijI FiVETiEyLE, TENS: MAY 17. 1835. Injamitir $tafrCirkrt. ' V O.B GOYEBNO& Anbk&w Johnson, OP OBEENB. ' ing, we believe, to some "14 per 4ay for each person. ' -'i- 7 " In conclusion, we would say to our friends abroad, that the discussion at this point, was all that we could de? sire. uid-lme whigs concede tnai Johnson was the victor. , We have never seen the democrats of Lincoln county in better spirits, nor heard Extract from Goy. MjBSOn's Sp&etk 'icd religion no union- of Church - - . ; ,'.,, ) and Statedbut for their remaining KNOW .NQTWNGJSM. Tenuesseo has no authority direct ly as State, nor indirectly through the Natiooa) government, to interfere with the internal regulations of New Yoik or any otbei State of the con federacy, nor has $ew York or any other State the right to interfere with the internal and domestic regu THE.SPEAKIN0. Wednesday last, 9th Inst, the can didates for Governor addressed a very lar...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 May 1855

Fayetteville Obserm Free f Postage in Lincoln i : "tmitusdav. iuayi 7. tfcss. - tV7We arc authorizedio uioounre Jlury -nry,-XaqnftClidftytoreisci'tajn- .coin connty In tLe lower War.cb of I he -next Tennessee L?gWatnre. at the August Election. ; J " 7 ftfj- We arc authorized to announce Mr. XVinm, at the Same time exclaiming, V a....,.-. A- T tr n.lw mm a a a WW. . . !S. S. BCSO, aetnuiiuaie wrcj "'""'"VUfcllO, Kir! Why tLe -CeVll OOn I ; i.. iin-pr branch of the next Ten-, . . .. ,J . . .. - ;n l.a lfiwnr lirauch OI llie next lessee l-cgiftlature, at the August Election. OTGISLATCaKnSCGLN, GILES AND MARSHALL. fr We are authorized to announce Upt. . -Cko. V. Ilcnu.ff Lincoln county, a candi date to represent Lincoln, Giles and Mareuall counties in the lower branch of the next Ttn neMee LoslrttHm. at the August Election ft-'Weare authorized to announce II. I. wde,Esq., of Marshall I county ,car,d, date to rep.3se.rt Lincoln. Giles and Maishalt counties, in the lower branch of tSe nex...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 May 1855

if. v 4 i ! 1; ! the 1 south .0, article iu Ibe JJiemphis and ij wlriU. A rK'firrji t P. V.'fttl- ied : from 'i t ' "-"Y"' ! Tu 7a;"?orjg other IhiEgiit is ana " vi "-cufoi it brought in con-; i-V'- the venom of BerDents, is to ' Correspoiut ? in certain extent air antidote.' As Isveryoca is lialleVat 8oiiie time or otLer to coma in contact with; or be hit Jea by, 'crpcti Is, such' facts as ibis ff tScIeoutaius re of general interest If. ts:n, therefore, induced tr send y oil hc ibllivviag stutpracnt,in hopes that if it possesses any value, it may be lbrtfier. tested. , - . . : ' Some; short; time c since, while in conversation with a friend, he iuforn Hied me i that a small picpe of soda .applied to the sting of a wasp, hornet, ' or a bbs would relievo the pain and prevent the swelJiuff. I have tried the rcniejy in two instances, and in both fases with the best iresult7 Some time since I had a negro boy v,ho was bitten by a snake about dark. He did not let Lac know it until next mo...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 May 1855

3 15 Ar. O. "WALLACE, "Let I1 the end thou aim'sl xtt be thy Country', thy God's, and Truth's." - 4 - . - . ; ' rtCLISIIEB & FnOPRICTOB. VOL. 5 -NO. 6. PAYETTE VILLB, TENN: THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1855, WHOLE -NO. 211 is I i- l ;"ls!l- . " is 2 .63 fcsss tsssss csssee; f and built for himself another and a fairer castle, he lost hisrightarm,and became' a crippled, miserable being." The hand that braided those shi ning tresses trembled violently. The face in the mirror," assumed a softer the eyes grew darkly and ';M&jErs5S. MIRIAM'S LOVE tcn'wo Dollars for one year if paid aJ ye were gittine bv the fireside the time of subscription; wuiisii! r . it t i J k1r :n Wa ati Fifty cents, without -deviation Leonard and J; he leaned back in the afterthecxpiratjonor tiirce niomns. mje arm cuair. and I at his ieei. ICAII Bill for Advertisements, Job- TIftW nun T hnn tf win her now?'' Wort ,'or Subscription, considered mie.wnen N . or.t. arninst those with whom he murmured, iookine down t nis ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 May 1855

. - - - .V ' ' ' - -: ' - . ' jIMmWILLE observer. re af Postage in Lincoln County! HO. WALLACE, Editor. " Obtervtr Printing OJjU." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: II n TniIKDAV. MAY 24, 1855. Snotratic Ifaft (Eirkrt. . Toil GOVERNOR, Andrew Johnson, OP GREENE. FOR CONGRESS, GEO. .W. JONES, OF LINCOLN. WHO ARE FOREIGNERS! , . .In these days of anti-christian per secution for opinion's sake, when a person's .birth-place is recorded to his jcredit or his disgrace, it seems proper that the question we have asked.should be considered and answered. That there is a rirty existing in this country, ; ; whose principles are at war with the spirit of our free institutions, as well : - as diametrically opposed to the pure doctrines of Christianity, is a fact well . known. It is the "Christian party in politics," proposed to be formed by the Rev. Dr. Elu several years ago. bv which the whole political power of this country woul bo wielded in twenty years by a particular religious denomination. This christia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 May 1855

li lt r V t i til ; t! 'V. ! ! I 4 1 1'. r it ::;! .J !! t 4 J ! , . y J . -RWyi & Wink, Temperance. Lee- Tree of Postage in Lincoln Countj! iturer, has an appointment to address thuiVsday may 24. IS55. . 1 people at tins place, on oaturuay i June 23. Mr. "NY. is one of tha mos iilUgilSt (bltftlOn Idt. j fascinating, speakers we hare cvtr : hoard, and he will, no doubt, draw T.EGISLATCKE LIXCOLX OOCXTT. fJyWe sre authorized to announce Henry I large Crowd coln county in the lower 'branch of the next Tennessee Legislature, at the August Election. We are authorized to announce Mr. E. Sm Solo. a candidate to represent Lincoln vouu'y in the lower l.rr.ch of the next Ten nessee Legislature, at the August Election. S.EGISL ATUHE LINCOLN, GILES AND MARSHALL. fr"j We are authorized to announce Lapt. News from Europe. An ival of fffr the Steamer Louisville, My 19. Tho allies were gaining grouud nrj" e are authorized to announce Lapt. , , . , , . 3co. v. HeJ?. of Lincoln county, a candi- ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 May 1855

Vt' . 1 Destroy Red Ants. . We find the following in a late num ber of the Dollar Newspaper. The remedy fcnis fiasible, and should be tested-;" - Lsrs. . Editors- Would you tVe place in your Valuable pape r, to Xl .sufferer from a small but troublesome animal? I mean the little red ant The neighborhood in which I reside is infest d wilh th?m to such ah ex tent that nothing is safe from their depredations. We are obliged to keep &om of our. provisions surrounded with watt r, and some .hanging on shelves, with the rope tarred, and I have tried all the advertised remedies, but without any sensible effect Per- hp3 some of your numerous readers jtuat a 01 sjveet lips, a pinic waist who ar3 possessed of a knowledge of :nbbon and a F'" cf tw0 delicate chemist, could mention some article . liamls will as much unhinge a man as 'which would be ( fficient in bringing I thrce fevers, the measles, a large sized about their detraction, and thereby ! whooping-cough, a pair of lock-jaws, benefi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 May 1855

- vv i; ; Lisii eb& "rhorit i excel"" ...... .-- -s . . " "Let; all tk. end. hon ali t 'toe tur Country', tlijr God'., ad TriUhV K. O. WALLACE, FATETTEVILLE, TENN: " TllURSMVy. MAY SI, . WRGLE Mr 21. NO. 7.-Mj.: 5. lCJTwo Dollars for one year if paid a the time of 'subscription; Two lolis ". anil fifty Cetit-, without revision aXtenhcexpiratkmof three monihs. tr f a ii 5ti!! for Ad vcrtiseinente ." Job- or Advertisement.", joo- -tion, considered due, when! : against those with whom i Woik, or Subscrii. contracted, except Accounts. DCrSauscribcrstajnnr;toorae.r auiM.vu"uu r .t.i, nvr,iration of the time for which thev may have subscribed, are con- tr-??w M-im-r will be sent out of the county miles paidfor in .advance. tni.u..;t:Amnii'j inserted atone Ifoi- larpcr Sqnareof Twelve Lines or Less, for the first insertion; Tilly Cents for each continuance. ; , . l V will Iia IC?rersons aaverr.smS .v . - . fora whole col- charged- I " fof ene.yf I 111 II. " " - Tea moiw - i ....,c-. '-...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 May 1855

Frip of Postage in Lincoln Counlj! N. 0. WALL1CE, Editor. Qmc'At fa mbm Old Stand; Sign of Hit "OburMr Printing OJke." FAYETTE1ILLE, TENN: VIlITRKnAlV WAY 81, 1855. Smicrmiir Itafe (Stitfol TOS GOVERNOR, AfJDREW JoHNSOX, CJ CREENH. TOD CONGRESS, George W. Jones, CP LINCOLN. LISTEN TO HIM! We Ioto to hear an Old Line "Whig, Tfho remains unseduccd, talk on the present position of parties. Such men talk as though the j feel what they cay. Tho following extract, being th3 conclusion' of a long article from en unchanged whig, that appeared in the columns of the Nashville Union, is ' . worthy of attention at tho present ! .time. I The writer, after a detailed account of the origin of the w;hig party, its objects, and achicTments, and his con nection with, and.labora in it, says: "I am uncertain now how precise ly it becomes me to act. My ohjec- A . t ii i are timid will either shrink away from ob servation, Or take refuge- in some one or other of the secret orders- The more bold and defia...

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