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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 May 1855

1 C Fayetteyille Obcr Free of Posta?c ia Lincoln CoiifltjJ Suguct (Slutton LEGISLATURE LIUCOLS COUSTT. f (frWe are authorized lo announce llrnry I r... npr. Ks;i a candidate to represent Lin-i coin countv in the lower branch of the next t- .-'r .crUl!itiiTp. at the August Election, j ict'"'w "v uh. x.t , ti.nriT('l to announce iir. . 1 1 I , C .. . . VVe are autliOTisea wav.xiouin.-e iii. Sol, candidate to represent Lincoln rP countv in T tEfitstATUKt iif lx, giles and iiAEsnAi-t. i . . .t ...-,iA tn announce VjUPu i IkT Jt""'I. " , roTui;-' s v. ii of Lincoln conrity, a caTiti.-mucn ate to represent Li counties in the lower branch of the next 1 ' i T..wlut!ir(.at the August .iecuou fr-r V'e are authorized to announce II. , low&rxn, Esqof JlarsVall county a candj- , to represent Lincoln, Giles and Mmhall . 1 in the lowef branch of the next len- SfA omaie iv . i. ir,vurl.rAnch of the next len- ; S"-""1 i . y f Oilofi county, a - fTI 111 !!. Itl .Ul v " . K -T.-; - Lincoln. Giles ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 May 1855

- tQilure of liillet, -Millet when kroner! v rultfvatprt .ieldd a Itirjrcr amount of nutrieibus 1 i.or farm stock from the same sui&ce of land thm any other crop. For work horses r.r.d oxen, in the form of hay, it inp.iris a degree of spirit rnd activity derived from no similar food, hile it a pre ferred by them' to the best clover cr Er.dish'Irjy. Ia Italy and Germany' it i3 crown for the prin and w used to a consider!- Ue extent fur making bread". Fcr;rigijt. . fariri animal a it is equal in value to Indian corn, but vuth us ths supply oft . . .- . ? grain is not cual to the demand for seed. The method of cultivation, as prac ticed in the West, is altogether erro neous and should be abandoned. In attempting to se cures from the same crop both hay and grain, the value of ,both is materially impaiftxL In the warmer latitudes, where the cultiva do not thrive 0 well, it ted na.ccs can Jjg grown to the' greatest advan tage as a fcukstitue for hay, yielding from one aud a half to fi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 June 1855

'- -.''. ... . ''-.- - ' r .. . ., ' J 4 5'" 5 J ' B K O. WALLACE, ! 'Let ajl ends t&oa. aim'st at be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's. PUBLISHER ftrnOFUICTOE. ifcitefc AY JUNE 7 1855; IrETTM im mum Li Y, t M t SCTTwo Dollars for one year if paid a llie tira.3 of suVscriptios; Xro Dollars snirl Fifty, Ccats, "without vzvixtios Mterta exidratiouof three mouths. JCPAH 15ills for AJvertisements, . Job Work, or Subscription, considered due,rhen contraoted; cicepi aAin$tthodewita-wuoia weltivij rnnniu acconnti . . r , .' ,' ' OCT'Stfjsa-ibersfaiiinjto order -adiscontimKince of tha'papbr,' at the cxpiciition xf the time for -w hich they may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing" to renew; audit will be continued to them accordingly.- - ; $C7IWo tajcr will be scut out of the' county unless caid for in advance. -SCPAdvertisjracnts inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve' JLiites '' or tiss for the hrst -insertion; Aiiiy 'Ccuts for each -continuance.. . .-Vf-p Persons adv...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 June 1855

I I' ! i "-i:ft ' ' "iff I "i a iiTn ii'w'fc- i-iiifcmnritflwi i mm firt-rt-rm..-. - - uth.wl..: . -- - ' .... ... ..i L,, FAYETTEVILLS'CBSERVER r cc of Postaga in lined n Coaeljf . 0, WJLHCEr Editor," OrncK At the same Old SthnJ Sign rf the i 'Observer Frilinj Ojjice. rAYETTEVILLE, TEXNt. VlfUKSDAV. 7, IS33. Dnnorrutic tatrittai. I"0 GOVERNOR, Andrew Johnson, 4 OF GRERNfi. FOH COSG2ESS, George Jones, OF LINCOLN. THE CANVASS. Bolivar. The Bolivar Democrat speaks of tho debate at Bolivar as , follows: - "Tho candidates for Governor, Messrs. Johnson and Gentrv, addressed an audience variously estimated at from " : f : - i- ' "i- yw-uMwiiiii 1 1 in ii i . . ,.i ii i-T.. . , .... . ' fifteen to eighteen hundred persons in Bolivar on yesterday. Gov. Johnson led off in a speech of two hours dura tion aud all we have heard speak of it, the know-nothings, excepted, pro nounce it the most masterly speech ever delivered in a canvass in Tennes see. We will not attempt to describe the speech 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. — 7 June 1855

FayettevHle Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln Connty! Augusta at lrrtioii--18H Aonojirig-- '.'s "iiS About oue-h iJf- of oar commercial Liters roach us on the evening of 'the illy in which we print, and of coursrare of no ssrvice., "If Air. A. would start Lis letter i day. earlier, this annoying laggardness of the: mail might b 1 provided against. IiEULSLATUEK MXCOIiIf COUXTF. are afltlitnizcd W announce Ifonry TMTltCy. Escl.. A Candidate in unrnunt T.in ?Colu county iu the lower branch of the uext n t ' r Tennessee Legislature, at the An (met. Vfct; I IvHin , OtT We are authorized to announce Mr. E. S. W, Bono, a caudidate to represent Lincoln 'county in tha lower branch of the next Teu iesee Legislature, at-the August Election.. 'LEGISLATURE MX COLK. CHLES AD MAniTT OCT We are authorized to announce If. menced Hilling l;ist WCek. and Mate to represent Lincoln. Giles and Marshall counties, ia tho lower branch of the next Ten-i uossee Legislature, at the August Election. " . We ar...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 June 1855

1 I v ljt . farmer: ;: J; ! "M miF f ijiuq; r WLj do SLeep Pdl.their Wool? On this sulvpct correspondent ol iaa Boston Cultivator says:.. 1: . - Oa- reason i they are kept 'under cover too much in Vmt?r, another ii, thay are b. pt in hrgo flocks in too Email yard.-?, thj beat causing an irriti- tion of the skin. Then as nn, if thoy are kept poor and filthy without silttflsywiil pull their wool..- The)! "should In proMlod with a warm, well litbred sh.'dto go to at. night, with a box naued up m a "corner one foot irom th3 floor, that wUl hold half a bushel: then fill it wi'.h salt and sal phtir, at tlw rate of three pounds oT sulphur .to the bushel, and replenish it as occasion requires. 1111 your box w hen the sheep first come to tho barn in the filL Always feed them' in boxes in tho yard on early cut hay, with a little'straw occasionally. They do best when fed in a cool pl iC3. . . Draining by Wells. You wih to know if land can be drained by Yclls. I have made ' one experiment only,...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 June 1855

"""f '"1 TIF "-jl ln i !J ! i! . ill li f 1 1 if t? 2 K I it t i i1 (i u 1 3 u 1 I j i ;1 J 1 nt i IV. O. WALLACE, 1. 9 VOL. 5. ICFTwo Dollars for one year if paid a the time of eul-scripbion; Two Dollars an:I fifty Cents, without deviation afiertLe expiration of three months. tr-7 t m ;iu f.i- Ail vprtisements. Job- m I 1. m . . - - - . Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, except against those with wnom "rjtrS--iMf:r:h2r;raUinitoorder adiscontinnancc of the paper, at the expiration of the time ior which thev may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. 5cNoiuicr will be sent outof the county unless paid for in ndvance. . CPAivcrtisements iuserted at One Dol lar icr Square of Twelve Lines 'or L.tv-i, for the first insertion; Vitty Cents for each continuance. fcer-ona advertising by the year wi.l bo Charged Thirty Dollars for a whole col L Twenty Dollars for one-half. Veil Dollars for one-quarter. todtviu i...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 June 1855

uniting their energies with ours may feel a pride ia advancing the prosperi ty, development and progress of a eoimwu eountry not much less dear to them thanto us. - - Agrinst thosi who thus worthily come, who quit the misruled Empires of their fa'iicr hixJ, whose hearts hive b.ien f:r,'d with the love of our ideas, and the institution even in' distant clinics, I would not close the door of admission. Bat to all such C3 our fa thers did at first, so I would continue most finely and generously to extend a welcome hind. v e nivo irom sucn a class nouuug to iar. vnen in D.-ittie or in the wa'.ks of civil life did any such over prove traitor or . recreant to the il;ig or cause of his country? On what occasion have any such ever pro ven untrue or disloyal to the Consti tution? " . . I-will rot siy that no foreigner has ever been untrue to tli3 Constitution, but as a class they certainly have not proven themselves so to be. In deed, I know of but one class of peo ple in th? United States a...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 June 1855

4 MSER9 O FaycUerille Observer toe of PcsSge la Liacolii fount yf St luqust (Elrrtion 1&33 I.EGI3LATCP.E LtXCdl.S COCSTT. f5We are authorized to annouuce Henry Turncy, TjS.'t acandidate'to represent Lin- l -- t. i v r j- - , .vum tcniiiy iu me ivwvr uranuu 01 iue next lentiessee LiegisiaTure, at tne August Election, fr We nrc anthnrizM to annonnrVMr TL v- - " " ----- county in the lower branch of the next Ten nessee Legislature, at the August Election. ''LrilStVrOttE LI5TCOLX, GILES ASD MARSHALL. fifF We am authorized to announce II. 3f. ' Convdcn, Esq., of Marshall county, a candi i Mate to represent Lincoln, Giles and Marshall counties, in tito lower branch ot tne next i en- nc?!ee legislature, at the August Election. Q&'Wq arc authorized to annoimco Mr. . . ... , r:i . auiatc to represent Uincoin;u lies ana Aiarsnau . . . . 1r 1 111 ' counties, in the lon-cr branch of th next Ten nessee Legislature, at the August Election. 07"Vc are authorized to announce Mr. C'b:irles (I...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 June 1855

r WORK FOR JUNE. . . . . . Tro Plantation. Conilau? to plant corn at all favor able o'lpoituiiUks, flowing UP deeply a fjw acres afo r ctcrv rain, and put' finer if wifr thr rrronnd in the .- - " r . 1 manner. Uurseivvs ami many omersimmeu to HV3 hmi a regular funeral. in various p.-rts of thi country, mvde vt ry f ur crops I-.st year afbr the fcht- t r rii us ct June and Juiy sooner you pi -;nt now th.3 better. After the first hoeing, give your .corn Klrinlcs . all round," the p irty. pro a top dressing of Gypsum, Ashes, and ceedtl, with becoming gravity, to the SJtr 10 pirts of the first, 4 of the grav which had been dug at a dis eccond, and 1 of Salt It will be of jtanco of a hnndrd yards from the great benefit ii a dry season, and no. camp. When the spot was reached, injury at any time. Work your early the officiating minister commenced Com as often as possible, giving the with an extemre prayer, during which roots a deep mi now ueu m wmen 10 . extend themselves, and leaving' 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. — 21 June 1855

.Mi .-5 : ;.: TT1 ' 1 W W fWS Tff! 1JTS Tf I3 T-F TT -W- 1 v . - Mi i: i: M." 10--VOL. 5. WOOLS NO. SiS. . r RATETT11 IB ": j? S 1 if II: ; it J '!:: if; ! : - t I; il; !iv- !H! i u: ; fi .41 II ft ; I t : 1 1 . i ill t n h ir 3. II; 1 ) 1; JLel. all tlc . ends tkou nlia'st thj Country's, thj. God's, and TrutJV.' j-Tsvo Dsllnr for one rear If paut a the iluis of subs-rii-tioa; Two Dollars . Ilil.t I'jliY C'cstl, WITHOUT DEVIAT10S ' frthx'-'ra!i'nof three months. fur Advertisements, Job Worlt, or 8ijsrii-; ;on cnsilcred due, when . co:V"r.;e'l,eso.'ii .i.iinst those with whom. we U.ive'rur.Tiir. rn-Coiini. ' ' '. 04?'"'-iWri!i.ir.-;f:liii; to order adiscontinuance oi tlij ji:r, ;rf at tb j csp'r.t;iou of the time for w i.!;-:i tlicy may hsve guhscrihcl, are con sMerel us vf.:;.-. to renew; and it will be' oiiiiaue-Mo them aceor.lhily. -i-r5iV .iscr v. ill W sent cut of the county unlsjs !.:M for in ;ulv.mfo. - CsaAivertUemeriV? inserted 'at Onft oI-J I:tr tf r 5i;a:iref Tvvrlve Lines...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 June 1855

gWWll&BggBW ! mam I FAYETTEtflLLB OBSERVER Free erf Postage in Lincoln County N. 0. WALLACE, EditoT. Omc.RAl (Jie same Old SCani: Sign of dt Observer Printing OJke." FAYETTEViLLE, TENN: . Tiiuissajtr. JUNE 21, t833. Dnnamilic liatrCirkri. FOR GOVERNOR, AXDHEW JOHNSON, 07 GREENE. roil CONGRESS. George IK Jones, 0? LINCOLN. - . The DemocTaJic Creed. 'The cirdhvd principles of the De mocratic party, and its distinctive characteristics (rays the Cincinnati Enquirer) arc well set forth in the following "confession of f uth." They contrast proudly with the narrow il liberal bigoted tensts of our political opponents. Header, peruse them and see if there is anything from which you dissent They were the doctrines of our revolutionary fithers, and are generally incorporated into our Fed eral Constitution: No. 1 .Eqaid and exact justice to all men of whatever State or persua Eion, religious or political. No. 2. Peace, commerce and hon est friendship with all nations; entan gling alliances ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 June 1855

r Fayctlevflle Observer Free of Poshje ia Liuuoln Comity! TIIUrtSDAV7U2SE 21, 185$. Sngnst (Elrrtion 1860: IF.GIM.ATCEE LIXCOLS COCStT. QT We are aphorized to announce Henry Tarnejr. El- candidate to represent Lin coln county" in the lower branch of tbe next V.. r 1 . -i fl 4t vb" Wc arc "th.rizei to announce Mr. e. X. E:o!. a candidate to represent Lincoln ...... - 1 1 U f tU T county in ia ijwer u:ut;u ntc uuai, Atu lessee Legislature, at the August Election. .E.OIStflYca2 LISCOLS, Gtl.SS AKD MARSHALL CT We are authorized to announce U. N, "Cowdeii. Esq-of Marsh,.U county, a candi- Mitfl to renresent Lincoln. Giles ami Marshall counties, in the lower branch of the next Ten nessee L-gislaturc, at the August Election. 07-We are authorized to announce Mr. ?San acl M. E winf, of G iles county, a can didate to reprcssnt Lincoln, Giles and Marshall "counties, in the lower branch of the next Ten "nessie Legislature, at the August Election. fjJTWa arc authorized to announce .Mr. Charles C...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 June 1855

- " j3'&-ae-''Msw ; v.- 1 t t IP it- :1V t si -t - ! F f'.i 1 1 ! 1 5t ' 1 1 - 1 S M" A correspond r'iit of the. Ohio 'Farm 1 -r,iii akiLi f lbQ mannT of-cul-tfraiiig MtocJ says': In coniplianc iJryoii;TtqueC1.21 venture to . - - my can Sri 1 1 u;u va-JTa'KTS i . las runner, JicfiY j irumins wjusuhiculs, nis lounu ny -to raiSc potato. s"ft-n.hout keiHS.;-IniUoor of the natioipl jxar-gartlinTtiaiiiQ J- i i J I Ik. l A . 1 1 r . 1 1 II' L. J i- I . J . - j.Uw first pLcc, we plow thwamLsslft tliitlrt'ct theatre for the disjtlay of 'iwccoavenieii'lv can Sriv.froin- tnihw abilities from the -tava-n cr, tlu inches to a foot We then imsik ontistori1 up the couiitry,v where I13 has v. iLli a light one-hoi-tc plow, two fetl hvien wont to hold forth .to his admir- tju (.- 3 to thc fit-t at lho'bt, mak-1 friends. ? Mr. Collier, who bc.ilne ia as lidit a murk ss we cm. Tlant as soon as we cm, after pr j aiuithe fpround, ixforo the weeds hive time to etsrt, at the rate cf from five to ten : ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 June 1855

'i IV. O. WALLACE,. "Let all the ends tlton aim's t at be Ihy Country's, tlijr God's, and Truth's." I fr - " i I'- ir - 1 1; i! i I! ;1 if fr i M il VOL. 5. 'H EaI Bffi T5S2I SSsSa C3Tvo Dollars lor one year if paiil at me time ox sui'scnption; Jriio uiisj0 . i.u.i viity Ci'.u, without l.EviATipsi Sari rrancisco m loo.:,-presents a aftertucesijiraiioijof tUree laoathK. j fearful picture of the scenes enacted iJrA" M."1 .for Advertisements, Job-u , , . , Jn .. . ... . couttaotoJ, excepi against tLoie witU'whom Wors, or S-Juscnnnon, considered nue.wnen .,ye uave rununjs acpuii-, ; ? . - of the apar, at the expiration of the tiniQ jor w uiciituey may nave snw.noeu, arc lrj-oiayor will be aautoutof the county ;' aless paiUfor iu advance. SCJAiivertiaciaents liisertea atwne uoi lar ier &sscareof 'Twelve Iine or Less, for tko first insertion; Filly 'Cent fr each continuance -Cent tor each Continuance. . Persons advertising by the year, will be -charged TliirSj E)ailars fora whole col ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 June 1855

..FAYEJ1W OBSERVER. Free of Postage ia Lincoln County N. 0. WALLACE, diiorv Offi ,?c--J tft4sfr,nt Old Slitni: Sfgn of Oi "Ujjerrer mating UJue- FAYETTEV1LLE, TIU'BSDAr, JCAE US, 185.7. in the relidous test it . was shed to tusk, it n kmf 1 ir n f kkl . u - - -v O iuu w ouvimm it candidates fur offices of freedom? Will vou imposw taxes and ' nnliliml. luitvmiii! im.1 turn- st There is doubtless. burthens on thein. for Um aurmort. nrriirdcil nlllro tn II.. is to be found imposes on honor or tru much misapprehension and gome hiis- r presentation on tliis subject support and maintenance of those oflic.B, und yet cay to them tboy shall not partic le is sonietwns chanred that.thc :.i ale in Miwn? Tim urim.... ..... U new pr.rty Voiil4 so fir proscribe Cath-1 monstrous. It changes the old order J of things. Tho timo was, when tho oniy tost of qualification for office wan, ' - olics, ss to deny them the privilege of iE, TENN: worshipping God According to their Deniormtir Itate (Elrkrt. ' F...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 June 1855

t Fay cite wile Observer Fres of restate ia Liacoln Connlj TIIEJUSD.4V. Jl'SB 28, 1855. .quit (Birrtia ri 1805. PTATK 6ESATE-W.INCOLS 1KD FBAXKLIX. 0TVe are authorized to aunounce Col. Jo sepli W. Curler, of Franklin Countv, a candidate to represent th Counties of Lincoln and Franklin in the Senatorial branch of the next Legislature, at the August Election. LEGISLATURE LIHCOLK CODSTT. . 05" Ve are authorized to announce Henry ' Turner, Esq., a candidate to represent Lin- j the lower branch of county in the lower branch of the next Ten nessee Jj'jlature, at the August Election. LECrsHTCRE LISCOLV, GILES AND MARSHALL. 7 We are authorized to announce II. IV. Covdjn, Esq., of Marshall county. a candi 'dateto represent Lincoln, Giles and Marshall counties, in tlie lower branch of the next Ten Tiesifis Legislature, at tba August Election. UC7i are autnor:zcd to announce Mr. S.i3iucl 31, EiviH-J.of Giles county, a can didate to represent Lincoln, Giles and Marshall 'counties, in the lower ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 June 1855

th f!0 .Ccclpes. A cIIoasGrLccrcr" who lias tried 3 uiiowing ive:p 3 WliiCil t dio found laaaeasriira mn-r. i lilrii tIi 11--- ixjVi that sin Ihiai thi public slwald Lav a-j uen;aioi incm. Vi e think and e de.irc to'ketr oar reauers posU'u m cuttLTd oi m Vire.st; wj c'rjalato csKqaasted:' . J AVery .JXics Way to CjoI: Chick en:. Cut the chicken up, put it ia a yaa &n,I r it ovt-r with water,' -l.'t it stew as usual, and whmdona'ru'ike a' tliickeaiag.' of cream and-flour, ad .1 , ding a pi-ca of butter and pepper and j Bul; in mo Uiiu uateu a i-ai wi Thii is m ach' b tt ?r th m chick iu pie, and uioro timrili to mike. The crusts Eiiouiu do J aid on a aisn,ana me cmcii- 1 1 f -1 1 I 1 II I enand gravy, put over them while theytrj hot.. - . - Dried Pca Ji and Apple Pie. Af ter thrfrait is -well cooked, ma-h it well, and let it cool; then to one qu art of fruit stir in a teacupful of cream, and two eggs well beaten: season with essenca of lemon or 'cinnamon and bake in crusts, eithe...

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 July 1855

& ft'--, fir fl t. - r. h r v i . D -y a k t-ui EZuJ ' .. . , . . 1 . : .- .; . 'i,- : V . ' ; .V. ' -;--"'"'""""' . - ., . . , . - , -. . . . . ' . - ; , . . ,- . ...... , ... , ' '-. . - . . . - ' . . ' ' . p ; -' . . . . .... -Let all l-ic end's 'tkm 'alui'st -at W;thy, Gantry; th God's, and IratUs. . . ; . . t . . t S. Ok WALLACE, . ' .. ' - , . ..4 , - . . . . " "' ' ? -'!. - ""V- " ' "' , "' .V. !"' ' ' r- f.-. ' "" - ' '- - - ' 'd - ' - " " "' ' t CpTvvo Dollars for one yaar if paid at ihc tima of suliscription; Ivo tsoiiai fi-'ift CoiltS. WITHOUT DEVIATION 'aTlertbe expiration of three months. fcrTAll liiils for Advertisements. ' Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. V.ihu-ibersfailingto order a discontinuance of the i.iuer. at the expiration of the tune -i.:if v liave subscribed, are con- siderl its w.shir.s; to renew; and it will be rtnt i rt ti til til om according v. I'apcr will b sent 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. — 5 July 1855

-WYEraiLLB " HSR J 1 . "j : Ire? of 1 -u. stage in Lin ineolaCocnl! -r- v Editor. - . XJt r itt i r f a n " AfcUh, Miter. OrncR-A OTWrbw Sannfiii "Unerver Frin'ing OJice." - ' i I ' 1 ' FAYKTTUVILLC, TEXSt T:a:;tsiAV. jtxy 5, ts.5. Srmotratir ffait &irfcrt. FOR GOYKUXOIl, . Andre.w Johnson 0? GREENE. FOR CONGRESS, George. JF. Jones, 0? LINCOLN. KNOW H0TH1HGISH EXPOSED Below will b3 found an expose of r .r. monks, ealbs, grips, and pass words, in. use nmong the Know-Nothings. It is from a tch'g, and a incm Yk.r of the ord.r, who resides in Law reuceburg, Tennessee. Mr. Williams mtdc the matter public on Saturday, Ifith ult., in tlie presence of some two cr thr e hundred persons, in Law- A. rnceburg, arid called upon any mem bers of the dark lantern parly, there being several present, to controvert a sin?rla. word in it. which they failed o v. - to do: "' . Know Notliiaisra Exposed, BY DEWrr C. WILLIAMS. A itJer of tie Lawrencebury Council 2?o. RITUAL. TIHST DEGREE COUNCTL. Oltsid...

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