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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 July 1855

Faycttevillo Observer !KieDs?eii asafauhfuineikcorn- - rtnendablo nod rare, on the part of the Free of Postage in Lincoln Cotmtj JjJfilPAY. JULY 3,. 183.?. gust- 0!rrtion 1835. STATE 8EJCATB IISCOL AND rRAVKI.T VT o are aatnori ed to announce Col. Jo- PP-" w. Carter, of Franklin Countr, Candidate to represent the Counties of LinV.nl nnd Franklin in the Sanatorial branch of the ie legislature, at the August Election. T.rarRL.iTintB i.nrcoi.9 ooosTy. arj authorized to announce Henry - recj, ii acanmaate to represent Lin- ",IB TOunij m Tne lower branch of tho next tennessee L?2islatiire. at the August Elation CT" We arc authorized to announce Mr. E. T. I. ItaT, a candidate to represent Lincoln -uonniy in tue lower branch or the next Ten nessee Legislature, at the August Election. .hUIaI,AT?&5 LIXCOT.. CII.3i AKD 31 AESHALL. 07" We are' authorized to announce II. N. vden, K.,ot Marshall county, a candi- rmeto represent Lincoln, Giles and Marshall "counties, m tha lower branch of the...

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 July 1855

1 &IM Waler-Melon Juice. A corrtenoruiint of the Prairie Fanner presents tbe Allowing method of using w i'er-melons: I endeavor evory year to raise a good wafcr-m ?!ou ratdi. Thnr v.xa a hltliy and delightful fruit, 1 thiiik. I cultivate the icui"- variety; rant early in May, and agiiu towards tho close ot the month, so that they may come 111 succession. When they com-! smnce r.pmng, wo commence cutting, i and use th.-rnireeiy through. the hot weather. - Wlru tha weather becomes J cool In September, we haul a quantity ; of them to the house," split them open, with a spoon scripe out the ruins into A A. A. a cullcnd; r, and strain the water into vessels. We boil it man iron vessel! into syrup, then put in apples or! f,achcs, like making apple-butter, and bod slowly until the fruit is well cook-! cd; then spice to taste, and you have something most people will prefer, to apple-butter or any kind of preserves. Or tho syrup may be boiled without fruit, down to molasses. We have made...

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 July 1855

s: ? Js i '.ja I f -vi Jt - V ': 'i I L 3. jlijf : & i.i s L i :i b ; :7 ! ; ''":' .. iJ;? JsJ-- J si3 i lj -j till jfl. .va -fr ?'.-0 WALLACE; 1 ' V t ! " "Mn"fle '.'ends lliou him'st at Ijc tlijComKrj's, lUr God's, nnd TrulhW '' " ' , , " ' ' " ' PUIXLISIIEU IROIRIETOK. ! 1 . I.': IV- I it n CTTvo Holiars- for one year if ril at lutj timo' orsuijsjnptioir; Two ailars ; ana i'ii'ty Cents, without ' deviation nftarthc oxiratioii of three myftths; C7A1I IIHI1 for "Advertisement. Job- AVork, or Sili'ri)tion1coiisiil'ereJ due, when coutiact' J, except against tuj wita wlioni we h.ive ruanii) accounts. " "Ctr ibjf-ribjrifaitinto order a discontinuance of tli3 .iipsr, at the expiration" of the time for whi.-ii tii5y may have subscribd!, are eon sivlerel n3 w"vsh'm,to renew; aiul it Will b$ . contiuijji to tliefti accordingly. ... . - CTio la;sci" Will biscv.toutof the county unless p.iid fur in advance'. - ' ' . 5CjAivurtisomcufe InsTrteJ at 0:ic Dol-la- isJq-.tarc f S'lvolvp SAiic. ...

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 July 1855

"FAETMILLS OBSERVER Free f Postage fa Lincoln County! N..O. WALLACE, Editor. CmcB At 0i tarn Oil Stanl: "Oitxrctr Frinthy OJk.n Sign of (ht FAYETTEFILLE, TENNt Til DISS DAY. JLLr 1$, 1S53. Srmotratif Ifnte ...... FOR GOVERNOR, Andrew Johnson, .VI GREENE. J FOB CONGRESS, George JV. Jones, ! OF LINCOLN. LET THc PEOPLE READ. charitable task : of administering an Wepopy the flowing from our tidotes to destroy the effects of the DsCLAttATioar of Rights embraced in narcotic Americanism, which has ei the Constitution of Tennessee, that ther swallowed Whiskery, or been the people mny see how sacredly re gnrded were these . 'Indefeasible rights'1 by bur patriotio fathers in the adoption of our State Constitu tion. , And as additional evidence of this, thev close the Constitution withj s any Whig, ofas any "American." Sec VI, which says: ""The Dfidara": I1 whcn.e. telt3 tion of Right3 hereto prefixed elarcd to be a part of the Constitu tafi of thia Sfatp. nnd RhnJI. tinwr A!anrt forpprl thoir...

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 July 1855

tff- .Jill- II- 1r I It i ' .4 1- J : Favcllen'ilc Observer! stm Zoning- . - I . New 6ubsaibct3 Lave come in rap- irce df.roUrce in LiacolhXdtmmiidlv.daxinif the Dast month verv T mm I 7 - ' " ft- it - -t i s m i i i s -5 5; i PPy, ana the Vbserver Las to-day a belter subscription list than it has ever TIIUKfeDAY, JULY 12, - News, from Earope, : V Arrival f f$fgh tlie steamer, : , New York, July 5 tb. The; steamer America has- arrived with TiivArnnnl Al2 fn rJOTlOEl J I Wok had since its establishment, and J A great battle has been fought on The POST-OFFICE LIST Of! at least equal, we hive good reason j8uriBiBfif n which loaiuea were LETTERS X published in the-- ' L . ,. V i i f , defeated with an immense loss. MYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. l P It is rumored that the French Em- t - . . , . . . . ' i per in xennessse. ror unsiuuanai it mnnnniy 01 an Ad oi Congress, which . , - , ... , WoHjes that it shall appear in the Newspaper Unequivocal endorscmentof itaCOUTSe, iymg the . , . J we are pr...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 July 1855

.0 x - . . - . mtt 4 . - ' - - .;.. - "f..1- ' - "- , - - : - . . .'' ' r-v-i-T'v'-.-i. - -A.'.:,' ' .. ... ' - - ." .' - - ".- , .' J- ' ? be 'drram..' , .,. White Turnips for Covrs We give pbca to the followm e.t- ponoac.3 oi a correspondcRt, as beinlhauboenpr likely to iroYcqf interest to th read am of the , Observer) . jvmce the paople that tberj wa3 no My wheat was. lnrvsted early in hell. At length it was announced July. I took thr -e acres of stubble that at his next meeting a collection and drw upon it about 20 loads to. 'would be tiken for hid benefit The the acre, of stable manur-?, mucknd lay anived,and the collection was ti leached ashos, in about equal quanti-jkenup ia a hit. "When the deacon hid tiis I tfr?n ploughed the stubble, j passed through the congrpgation, and dragged . thoroughly, and sowed coni-! given all an opportunity to contribute, mo.i flat. Geld turnips, brushing them! he returned to the desk and gravely in. In th I' all I gathered about 50 1) bushels o...

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 July 1855

-4 x.--fHart!ym. : t . -4 .- Let alt (be ends lko aim's t at be U17 Country's, thy God's, and Truth's." PUBLISHER & moricicTois. IV. Oi WALLACE, FAYETTE VILLI, TENN: THURSDAY, "JULY 19, 1855. i- NO. U-VOIi, 5. K4 . in iM. ... . ...... . --.. . . --. - - ... iV ii him ni iiiTMiMBMPirn nn iniMinw trnwnniwram 5V cfjTvo Dollars for one year if paid at the time of 'subscription; Tvo Dollars Ji:nl fifty Cents, without mevijiox Ifterthe expiration of three mouths. - C3AU Kills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. - TSiib5ribcrsfailin?toorder a discontinuance of the paper, at tUe expirauwu for which tuey may have snbriued are con sidered its wwttias to renew;, anJ 11 wul b oo'itiaaea to tiiera accordm3ly. . , tJIi9Vapcr will be sent outof the county unless paid for in advance. CF-Advcr:nemenls inserted at One Do! larper Mare 1 xvtlve Lines i for the first insertion; FUlJ Cent for eaob. co...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 July 1855

ii It' UV 'if if X M it ti c C ft III i. i 'i " in1 i m.j ,naM lAYETMiMM., Free of Postage ia Lincoln County! XoTwAUJirErEJiior. .VrnctAt the same Oil Stand: Sign of; tU " Observer Printing OJxe." ' - : Andrew Jbhnsom Voters of. Lincoln, - etaxd inr rioi! He is well known to you, for the best j years of h bis life hare been spent in your service.; Perhaps this is why li3 has had to encounter, ever since FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: TIIUKSUAY. JULY 13, IS53. Smotrntir fate (Cirkrt. . his, nomination, such a systematic and untiring opposition. No means of as- sauit is left untried. Unable to dis- CAUTIOB! We .'have exposed sucha world oil - FOR GOVERNOR, - Andrew Johnson, - .. ' OF Or.EENB. CONGRESS, George W. Jones y OF LINCOLN. coverany ground of accusation against him, they invent it But thsy will fail and that signally. It is the pride and the principle of true repub licans never to forsake a friend. They ! will not now! The harder the fight A U-U against him, the harder will be their I Ul...

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 July 1855

x I- if it ir- 1 i' ( : ., -". ijj? t y 'I Si ir rj i) i i! i!, '! Fayctlerillc Observer Free of . Postage ia Liacotii . Count j! !Tfl ftr The Tqst-OFFICE LIST Ptvpr.'"TnTiTn-r.Trtnrtitn rillLdiiVJLL UUSJiUViiU, W authority of ,n nf .!,U !1Un3' WUWUOg CTOPS UUQer- hrowid,s thtf its'-iall appear ia. the N'ewspaper Ju C 2G: ; having the .''.... j Largest Circulation! C5"vVe ara aithorized to announce Col. Jo - cj5 XV. .trler, of Frankl bandidiite to rawesent the Counties undTranUin iu ths Senatr.ril hracch of tha 'and the Weather IS UO'.T Very SeaSOn iext LfTilaturft. at th Annmct F.lo.-tmn .. 3 ' -- I.K3I5LATC7EE LINCOI-V COtrSTT. C7"We ara authorized to announce Henry TTarnpy, Esq., a cr.ndidno to rqre?ent Lin- ?in?SiB-!Vl0W?irThoPh J onnesse? lizislature. at the Ansust Election. fjr We are authorized to announce Mr. E. a candiditp to represent Lincoln Countv m the lower l.rinnh of lie titt Trn nessee Legislature, at the August Election, l.KQin.ATURE LIXCOLK, OILE3 4.JID UAUsHALL. 0...

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 July 1855

CORN. , . - Fcxibra Fodder, wo consider a slow. laborious and poor busraessone that does not pay m any way, and which hould be discontinued by all econom ical planters. We confidently offer the following '. substitute: Contf roDUEK. lireak np, Tery J 1 rl,n rF l.iml VTr,lW if. ClU.'IJl V. U IIMA; VI 1IVU Ittliu, uanu - finelv with the bull-tongue, or. rooter, Iiv it off in drill;? three feet apart la tbess drills scatter corn at the rate of 40 or 50 eraina to the foot, and cover with a hoe, rako- or harrow, drawn lengthwise along, the drill. When well up, "run around it," pretty close, with a long rooter, and repeat ftr 10 or 15 days. In the course i f 10 or 15 days more, break put the entire middles with the rooter, and finally lay by with the shovel plow, running up and down in the same fur row, midway between the drills. On good land, prepared in this way, the Yield will be from 3 to C tons, (some times even 10 of excellent fodder per acre. This is as much as can be nutted from 2...

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 July 1855

:p f i m ... ft t v L rt ja ii.M: ft- m m -m -n . . m i n i ri i f ri r- i h i n . i i i- t m rm i m i t t mm 1 ibi v t ti m ihiii? i ihih in ...... - . . ... ' , . r , j. i. T. I. O. WALLACE, tct all the end thorn .aim'st at - be " thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's.' i'lulisuek & i"i:on:iETOii. FA YE T Tl Will , T E N N: TflJil SD A T,: 1 D LI 2 6,'? 1855. WHOLE NO. 22B. .w n i y l rgmfVvo Dollars for one year if paid at lUe time of subscription; Two Dollars Fifty Jels, without deviation ftertbe expiration of three months. $C7AI1 Kitl'T for Advertisemeuts, Job-. Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, except again; those wk.li whom ' we have riiTininir accounts. fcCrSubscribers fail ing to order a discontinuanca of tli ninnr at. thtt Tt)iration of the time - f .- - , - - for which they may have subscribed, are con- i i - i : a. ... . ur;il Vva r laereu as-wibiiiiig w renew, auu i m uo .continued to them accordingly. C3-Joliicr will bs sent out of the county ...

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 July 1855

FATfflEVILLE; OBSERVER. Ynt ef Postage ia Lincoln Cccnty NO, WALLACE, Editor. CrncsAt the same Old Stand; Sign of (It " Observer Printing Oficc." FAYETTEVILLE, TENNi Thnrsdaj horning, July 25, 18J5. Sunomitic f tate irkrt. FOR GOVERNOR, Andrew Johnson, '4 1 OF GREENE. fob coiraiiEss. Georg e W. Jones, OF LINCOLN. Remember, the Barbecue at Lynch lurg takes place to-day, (Thursday) as may be seen from the following. .We trust that the crowd will be formi dable in numbers. . JThe best of speak ing may be expected. Lynchburg i3 a tower of strength to the democracy. Her people are always ready always reliable. ' JLAKi3iilUUJii mm a . -w- -w V mWm W T ft the democracy o? and neighborhood, will give a PUBLIC on THURSDAY, THE 26TH DAY OF JULY, 1855. The people generally, without dis tinction of political parties, are invi ted to attend. Th9 ladies are respectfully solicited to be with us on the occasion. There will be several distinguished political public speakers in attendance: Hon. A. V....

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 July 1855

r , V i Fayetterille Observer free of PosUgs ia Lincoln Coautj! muRssir, jclt as, 185- BUSINESS HOTIGE! fr7- The POST-OFFICE LIST OF BETTERS ia published in ths FAyETTEVILLE OBSERVER, V authority Of an Act of Congress, which jrovides that it shall appear in the Newspaper 4iaviug the JLarzest Circulation! Slugusi (Eirrta 1850. vj-wa a-A nuthorized to annonnceCoi. Jo-; Seph V. Carter, of Franklin County, a 'candidate to represent the Counties of Lincoln and Franklin in the Senatorial branch of tha aext Legislature, at the August Election. It EQISL ATOUE LINCOLN CODNTT. (7We are authorized! announce Henry Turncy, JEsq., a candidate to represent Lin coln county in the lower branch of the next n- ... T .,;.Ut f tli a A ntrnsl T'.Inrtion. fTr We are authorized to announce Mr. 53. 1 S. N. Bono, a candidate to represent Lincoln county in the lower branch of the next Ten nessee Legislature, at the August Election. "X.3HLaTDEE--LISC0Lir, GILE8 AND MARSHALL. (gj" We are authorized to announce ...

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 July 1855

. I ; fc f;f annm j. .art nui) antq. 'V Toinls and Action cf a Good Horse Now it stands to reason, before a Irceder of slock t;an breed the ani mal he wants, he must himself-know the muke, shape, and acliofi most de ferrable fur the purpose for which the auitnal was intended. I will enumer- ate the roiuta that strike meaabeing requested in a weigh! carrvfng hunt r. The hors9 should stand sixteen hands high the sire being Tuluablo for ell purposes, should tho animal bred be of defective quality or shape as the model of a hunter be eelf iolored, with a good sized, clean, in telligent head lengthy ear a,fine open nostrils, g6od determined oye, strong neck not in depth, but thick through the middle of it as it joins the shoul ders, light and clean about the throat, not too, long, well curved bo that there rainy be no appearance of what is called etce neck, although a moder ately straight neck is not objection able. The shoulder Ehould be deep in themselves, fine and not coarse at the sh...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 August 1855

! - it toss EJ i i .; AJ fi x: "C E Q - - . 's IV. O. WALLACE, "Let nU the cads tkon aira'st ut be thy Country's, thy Uod', aiiil Truth's." M III. VOL. I nummih mh tmrsdat, august 2, 1855. Will 10. 221 iCPTwo !il!:n for one year if paid at tho time of subscription; I ivo Boli;t MHtl i'llly ?ij:it, WITHOUT DEVIATION aftarthe expiration of three months. 'tCTAI! Sills for Advertisements, Job Work, or S .I'ise-nption, considered da", when ... contracts-.!, except agiiiust those with whom we have ruining accounts. Ciriubscribars failing to ord or" a discontinuance of the puier, at the expiration of the time for which .they ni ay have buWribed, are cc . ' s-iiercl rts wishing to renew; and it will be i txnlinurd to them accordingly. LJ?1V I'iipcr will lusjntoaiof the couuty ... unless paid fur in advance. '""siCf A-l v ert isoin -snis inserted at One S)o! ' lar per Jsatusrcof 'J'tv;Ivc Lisioi 'or tV for the first insertion; I ity " Ce'H for eacl continuance. K-7-rar'n3 advertising by the ...

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

FATFJTKW.I.E 'MMM- - " W WMA . Frcs Df Postage ia Lincoln Conirty N. 0. umiTiEdHo Omen At tin tw Oil Slunl: S:gnof tin "Observer Jfittiiirj OJice." - FAVETTEVIfiLE,.- TEXX: Tiinrsday r:ln:i:iT, August 2,1855. Straortalif statt Cirtat. ra? goyeuxos, Andrew Johnson, .0? 41REENH. 70 COXGRESS. George JK Jones, OF LINCOLN. Oar readers will please ex cuse the absence of editorial, and the reduced quantity of other reading mattar, in ro-day'g Observer. Sick ness tnl death are tie canso. CORN. For the FaytileviU OUr. N. O. Wallace, Esq - Dear S:r Sesing tht mammoth Fedder Blade ndverliaad in your col mus., it excited my mind, and eetinnted existence at all times so me to examining my corn-field, with suggestive to us cf true Masonic prin Mr. Hugh Moore in company, and J ciples and excellence ought to be found many blades 7 inches and one 'engraven on our hearts in characters 7$ inches in width, tad 3 fset 10 inches in length, and found one stalk; which may be traced upon his tomb, of corn w...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 August 1855

3m f I i r ill i : r Fayetteville Observer re or Pastas laLiacola County! n- n. POST-OFFICE LIST -LETTERS is publibhed in tho FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, sby authority of an Act of Congress, which teroYidos tliat it shall appsr ia the Newspaper livirg tho j f Xargest Circulation! luguat (Bititian 1850. gTVTa SESATS J.IN'COL ASH mHXUS. tT an authorize 1 to announce Col. Jo- . :T7. v r.f Franklin County, a "candidate to representee umnues i tuu and Franklin in tiie Senatorial branch or tua aart Legislature, at the August Election. IjECSISIjATURE LIXCOZ.S COXTSTt. frWe are authorize 1 to anuounce Jf cnr jr Tarnef, Esq-, a candidal to represent Lin- eoln county in iho lower br-i.cb of the next rm-.L?gi!latur-. at tha Ang-ist Election. f-r Wre are authored to announce Mr. K. 3. K. Bo!a, a candidate to represent Lincoln oountv in tba lower branch of tha rest Tcn ,;,ei LsjIaUiur. at tho Adjust K.tion taanTG-MN-coi. oils axa KABsnau. fr-r We are authorised to announce IS. ft - Cawden, Esq., of M...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 August 1855

w4 f . f Caitiug Grasj asd Curiag Hay. : Tunolhv shouil never b3 tut until after the 6eoil is' formed, a;;3 then be-: twetn tlieuiilk end dough state. Or-C-jjrd j-rass.however.is so much more te&.ler wheu out in the flowor, and is therefore so much i'reforrel byc.it tie when so cur, that it-should not be pei milted to rijiou into sjed haforo cauingiit does so, however, ton great extent nfier cutting, and oontnins imeh mora- nutrimeut tlmo timothy. Many firms do not consider the r co i chi os eCtVc '. 8 of c u r Ju no and J uly uo,aud lha conseriuenca h that hay ia too much dried in tl.ia country. Unless the grass be very thiok and Veavv it wilt 2-Jner,liy cureBuflicient- i ian Tnoml in the swarth for two days. Wneu shocked or stirred cnt,it should uot remain in this con dition beyond the first day, or it will thus lose much of if nutritive jui ces, nor should dew or rain be permit ted' to fall upon it unles3 in cocks. It is better hfter partially drying to expose it three or fou...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 August 1855

1 vw INI' I IUP I O. 1VALL.AC12, 0 f; "Ml ail the . ends tkou , aiui'sjat be thy Country's, jthy ,; OodM-xiiid Truth's. I'UISJLlSElaTlt A PHOMtlCTOK. : K :r:m II TTKH :T1- Mia AVV;v AUGUST iflfc IS 55, 17. VOL. o. i nun V 6 -r r ' 1 . 1 " " a " . f " ' " ; 1 ' : : ; - - : ' . . fcrjTw Dollars for dni year if paid at - Ui!tiiT.!Tt)f STibsctrptron; Two Iollars ,uu! fifty Ccuis. witiioct ezviation- fte r the expiration of three" months. ' IlJTAJ! JSiils for , Advertisements, Job Work, or jkscription, considered due, when cor.lrAotal, except againbt thoso with vhom we hwj ruanin accounts. Er3tiWriber fail inscto order a disconti nfl anre -f-tli e paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con idered as. .wishing to renew; and it will be to ititius l tolhcti accordingly. JiOXo iiipcr will bjscntoutof the couuty uslc.ss paid for in adance, . -JCfAlvertlsemenJs inserted at One Dol lar pvr Square of 'twelve I-mes or Ijcsfor tha.Grst insertion; FiJty Ccts fo...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 August 1855

FAYSTTEVIIiS " OBSERVER7 Tree of Postage in Unco I a Coanly nToTwALLACIJ, Editor. OrrtcE At ihgg-cme Old SlanJ: Sign of the "Ohservtr Prim try QftctJ' FAYETJEVILLE, TRNN: it Ml Hi From our : Extra of last ' Saturday'. COUNTY ULUVk Governor. Congress. Sen. Represent Floater. Tfoiredij 3forning, August 9, IS55. The Election. ''Tbo' returns a? they come in put ail ' ther previous predictions of those who professed to be posted, at fault We g in where we expected to lose, and los) wlrr; wo expected to gain. We give below the most authentic re ports which hive reached us. We think ths cha:ics ia favor of Jonx bds s election. We have seen a letter from Shelbyville, giving information to the eScct that Joilvson is elected by 1,500 to 2,200 majority. Tho . .Nashville Banner, the leading know nothing paper of the State, gives it np. But few returns for tho Legisla ture are received that biing lost light of ia the race for Governor: . - Johnson's Gain. Lawrence, Sumner, Rutherford, Franklin, ...

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