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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 August 1855

Fayctteville Observer IZ2 ( Free of Postage la Lincoln Count j! tfllCRSDAr. AUGUST , 1853. . . .:on KT Tiw POST-OFFICE. LIST OP LETTERS U published in the i ..i'flujiiunuuu uuuiiu.um t authority 6T. a Act of Congress, vhich rondoa thi it shall appear in th Vesper laving the 4 0ft V w r wT V V v ' ww--- . A urnrrt r.lKOOLS COCSTT. ftrW are authorized to announce Mr. ounce Mr. V&ariij (E-lrftion 1836. -Xoliu T f Linco? ;o?n Connty, at the nest ilarou iiec- . . ' - .r - Vion ftSrWe are anthor.ted to announce r..i a wr.tm.M . miiH iJat tor UirClllS V0rs . 0. WW vw. -- . r v C!ericbf Liuoolu County, at the text inarch Slection. fic-jy0 aro authorized to announce ilr. fames K. Chilco.it, a candidate for Circuit Court Cork of Lincoln County, at -the next March Election. COCXTY COUttT Cl.KBK LISCOLS COtJKTT. ' fr We are authorized to announce Mr. rU:i I nsle, a candidate for County Court Clerk of Lincoln Couuty, at the next March Election. , iWo are authorial to .announSe Cot. Tlli E- S...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 August 1855

. -a . V i 0 " pyiluuaiAgq )t jfarmm- GROUND FOOD FOR STOCK; Few persons seem-to be aware of lha - importance cf grinding every ,Tariety of grainy before. feeding if ,to Hnimuls.it is all important. There !uatetl fn T eap h no mmr- stoinich that can ai-iF'earae bctoten?yei.,keep- . ' .. . r .I rmir tb.3 mere, frame-work' ot what with fi ils tlr '! Y " i l. crush-. eorliea! covcritig. All nnim -.-,..it.... ...... ir-,,,.i ;iii tii, vvJ ii Mimic, nui mini 13' C1J1- . g tu .. , V,ei p,strH.j:1Jce, the heat nc d.jvej rgns t,.e .turtuchaud the whole ! iuteitnu.1 canal, the seed will still' . . ' ' , " ; :n:ile mul grow. Horned catllo :f,J ,-; - t?. ii,-cmse Ui? - moon Decam3 ecurssd. ot cnrcl'ul oher,of thcirfood, 1. ''t; v.uli i? i t coiniBMcrf about ten o'clock oy ,H.p,,. upon ramWion ioJ rr.rf r.ioute tbtir ood, properly, in the he answered.. .''Fol!cring!f.oatf oye re not careful chewersof th'iirfood, us th comimcu niv.cn trr:!in, ine:.j, loots, ara never . t t ; . I 1 : brougni up 1...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 August 1855

X. WALLACE, V U . 1! as a--5 'IB,,1 luT'yirt..X'Iir for one year if paid At; the tmie el sitls.-r;pi.ion; iwo oli II4J,l I'lfiJ 4't'tlt, VITI10L-T rSVIATIOS after the crpimion of three inoir.hs.' fcCfVlll. i5il, ft Advertisements, Job Vork, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, except against thoso with wliom v.c have runmng accoMiits. " " fCT"3 .ibjcribcrs fii! iuy: to order a discontinuance of t'aa paper,. at the expiration of the time for vvliioU tUsw may have subscrifced, are con eidered ns wishing to revjew; and it will bo couti-auaJ to thorn accordingly.- ; . . CyVo j?r will besjntoatof the cour.tj -liidesi p aid for in Jtdvance. - tCJV-lv?rti3ciaon4tS inserted at Oue IOl lar jwr aqsi-n e of Tuclie I-tise r IjP fof the. first insertion; Fifty Cots' s for each continnaiice. "turr-lrioiis advetisivg by the year, will be har5-3dY:iirfy vaunts lor a wuoic co - Inline f.r f,nli:ilf ,UU T, 11C"J " - -- 'esi !ol:ti,, for or.e-quartcr. NoJevia tionfrom fast term under any ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 August 1855

EVILL8 OBSERVER. Fres of Postage la Lincoln County N. 0. W1LUGE; Editor, ' rr;:.. j g 1 Ornei M th mm OU ferJ; Siywof ihe uO.,tecr FiinUag OJke riYSTTEVILLE,': TENN Thursday Horalag, August 16, l$S5. The Crisis, cf 1S51-55. TH3 PAST, THE PRESENT, THE FUTURSV -We are io receipt of a miliaria circular which has just been issued by Messrs. Marie & Kanz, of New York, ia relation to the "Crisis of 1851." It abound with iutereslirig facts, and while it compares tho past with the present, it furnishes a high ly encouraging view of the future. The crisis of 1851 is attributed to five causes, viz: Oar American sys- ' Corraapondenceof the Fayette vilWOWver. uiauu icmocrauc nail) in ' : - Ljcclibarg :; ..- Mb. Wallacs:--!. have concluded to drop you a few lines, tint tire read en of your ; paper ntay know some thing with rvg.rrd to the spirit of, the times in Lynchburg. ; Since the returns fronr tire election came in, the democracy of this place and vicinity i were never in better spirits....

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 August 1855

Vaycltcvillc Observer Sres or Poige la Lincoln Ccimlj! . 1- ' : - .- , T - - -.' - TO ADVERTISERS! KTThe P03T-OrFCS LIST -Ofand its uses; and on taking a soo?r ffrrsuimvuuenu the FA E riE VJLLE OBSERVER, fcy authority of an Act of Conireaa, which .ivUwthaitsUll.pncwiniLi Wpaper r.vjg JLlirZCSl ClVCUiallOn! 3Harrjj lrrtion 1806.. ft'A'j arj carhurizwl to announce Mr. -olM 'm. .TldtlOW, a CiindMAta for S'leriif of l.nculii County, at tho next iiorch tiec- 0?"Va are aithorircd to announoe Mr. WiSfjr Jl. A:iMlr, a candid-ita for .leriif of Lincoln Cjuaty, at tuo text Slarch Election. C7"Wj are authorize! to announce Mr. 2i---o C'rne, a cmdld ite for SherliT of I.iiiculQ C"u:ity, at tue next Jl.-.rcu tleclion. riR-TlT COUUT ri.ERK I.IXCOl.M OT Ve are anthored to annont.ee .dr. It. rM m m wrta mm ' - J.ii:'?' IS. CIii!co:it, a candidate for 'C rouit Curt C'.crk of L'ncola County, at the next Marco Election. co-7tv coirax clerk lixcolh coi-stt. n-r- V r- authorized to announce P.iitl 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. — 23 August 1855

Hitfr ' LSj mm: Care ef Horsey. Soma -people never or very seltTom clean tbir horses, and pay lor it at a UetJT rat3. fcome . men will keep a team nil th? whiter and drive them about oao-quart-r of the time, but never clean them unless to got oa th2 thickest cf tb? dirt. They never r ab down the legs of tiir horses, as th3V ov.ghtj to keep, them from swell- u.g .by standing la tiie stable. . r oilis talk about their horses bring still and foundered: if they would feed them more, and drive them slower, and ck an ' th:m neatly, tb3y . would not complain ' of 'stiffnora. ---Let a man use a curry-comb, cud and brushes, as he ought to, and he will not envy other, people's slick horses.. Some persons never comb out a horse's mane or tali; they complain that it pulls out ' th hair, but keep them combed out all the while, and you won't lose inueh Lair, this will make it grow out thick. I don't pretend to tay that this, without feed, . will do much towards keeping ahoriS decent There hns bee...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 August 1855

i It I . I t t 4, - I . i f : I; iti i 1 t : Tf. O. WALLACE, NO; 2D -VOL, 5. -5i-3aZ3 ITS IWJiffiS 3CJTwo ?ollars . for one year if paid at the time of suUcnptiO-n; m v.u ' a.1tl i-'ifir CCU l. WITHOUT DSVIATIOH after the aspiration of reQ months. r n Kills for "Advertisements, Job- Work or Subscription, considered due, when OKitractel. except against thoso with whom we have ruunir.g. accounts. v-T-SuWribarsrailinztoordcr a discontinuance of the paper, at tha expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. itCTWo2aMrr will bs sent out of the county . unless paid for; in advance. ' -tsCP'Advertisementa-inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Les -r-Less, for the first, insertion; l i.ty 'Cc'ilS for each continuance. Persons advertising by the year will be ar-edTiiirty Dollars for a whole col cua.0o - nrtiins for one-half. ' : .. rrt nne-auarter. Ko devia- , j- 4-1,.,. terms utul'r any c...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 August 1855

f AYSTTSV1LLS OBSERM, Frit fff Postag in Llntr.fn County N. 0. WALLiCBr Editor, ; Or Tim At Cm imp OTd SlanSf B'.gnof fit FAYETTE VILLEt TENNt Thursday Morning, August 50, 1855. Internal Transportation. "' "Few persons who have not taken tie trouble to examine the statistics, and to submit the subject to the scru tiny of figures, have a correct appre ciation of the magnitude of the inte rest engaged in conducting the inter nal tmde and travel of this wide rpread nation. We have heard much talk of the cotton interest, the sugar interest, the manufacturing interest, and various ether interests, but they are all small compared with this vast and rapidly augmenting transporta- . tion interest It is the growth of com paratively few years, hut it has at tained Herculean proportions. - If we begin the comparison by ascertaining the investment of capital, we find in ternal transportation about, if not at, the head of the list It is estimated that the capital invested in this depart ment 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. — 30 August 1855

4 11 9 1.' if. I. If Fayelteville Observer Paper" ..;Xhc paper mill of Mv. m&Wm- man, near NisJiville, - was destroyed The Lose Star: Mr. M.M.'Friejt, member to the -Legislature from D- Kalb county', may le considered thfe f TilUZIsoAT. AUGUST SO, IS55. tfl?ABVERfji . The POST-OFFlCS -LETTERS u published, tn tha ' FAYBT.TE7ILLJ2 OBSERVER, oy authority of an Act of Congress, whioh I He ran against a'-Know-cthifignd Eree of Postage ia Lincoln Coaafy! -jpy ure .last. Wcdaesday. - . litis- will lone star oi wnurgeTy in the lipase. .newspapers in Middle Tennessee, even if it, does not cause'some of them to suspend, as all wera dependent on him for th.;j supplies. The Observer wiU appear. regularly as hitherto. And ..MARRIED. Texas Election; A dispatch from ? vl this cowntv, 23i inst., at. 1 1 o'clock, a v. - ill.. 1V .Tri' " GnriW f r . Jmn W Vovrdos that it shall appear in tha Newspaper ' here We would take OCC&siOQ to re nting iha . , - " , 1 J. . -1 t .1 i A- OJi CUfailOft.'it...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 August 1855

i if-- i i 'Bjifli 'Staggers ia Herses-a: Cure. ; AYiile l am aware ftu expected of itfl agricultural corrcspcfSflts.of the Observer, to state- acfr ad results known only to experience and person si obsenration, still, if .you think thh .commimication.. will justify a depart ure from the" rule, ydu are at liberty to publish it My information is de prived frpnx a tracer in horses, and lib companion, whom I recently met on the - public real. .- . ; 7 . : One proposed selling" me; a., very fine buggy horee, which led to my re lation of the recent loss of several valuable horses with ihe aBlind Stag gers.' One of the gentlemen re- marked, that, had he been present, he could have readily cured them. I re plied, that I had used many and vari ous remedies, as recommncled, with a failure in every instance. He seem ing to hesitate, I mentioned to him, if he would write out remedy and publish it, 1 thougnt he would be en titled to a premium; whereupon, h approached a horse and began to feel 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. — 6 September 1855

ii Ml II i in - , - ... .11 ,-,,1, . T - . . ' ' ' -, - . mm m . ' - ' ' . - .-.'' - -. ' " A. , . - ' . ' . . . :- . - Hi (I Ui; I PS' I l- f J ill r : I m- -; ; J ' 1 ' i; p J - U 1 ' - lU I. !? - - - 1 1 I -J a 11. ;fe-:v; -K' ; ft nl 1 -ft - ;r.r-w -it. ;iv,-. : J j , I JJ - ? : - .1 I a -J IL l'f!l SiOi WAl.Li.CE, I--;; V..5 -; r''-S' -"' ':.-.'- - - - - .-J.'og-.' ill- 0 f f NO. -2I--V0Ii.:5. t 9 . i - !':. 4 1 4. A 4. ; - f r .1 V C31Vo ilsr8 for OM year if the timo of suUcnrtioii; Two DHiti ana JTIfiy Ce 11 tn, -without cfcriAtios ftcrtlioexpirtionf tlire moutlis. -J 0AU Bill for vlTerttecmont8i JoD Work, or SaTcr?rtroBrconsj.ler3 due, when contracted, xc3jt agaloat iboag with wLom w hava running accwrita, T- : tCraubscribcrsfaiiingtoorar a1iscntinoanco at lhc-cxTiiration of tbo titaa for which ther may have subscribed, axe con- vibn? to renew; jki u win uo Aniinii1 in them acconlinsily. tn1Vtt Sirr Vill l sent outof the county unless paid for in advance. jA1;rrisamcr.t9 ins...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 September 1855

FAYETTEVILLS OBSERVER; Free ot Postage ia Lincoln County N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Orncn At tht tarn Oil Stand: M:y of tht Observer Priming OJLt.n ' FAYETTEnLLE, TENNi TSars-Jay Horning, Sipt. 6, 1855. Ho tbe Bifikt of rafertj can be :.. Divested. ;. ; ' - - ;5 Judgo Kane,' in dccidmg the case of Passraoro; Williams, in the matter "Man is the noblest werk of God." There ia no beiag,terreslrial, possessed of abducting certain toes from Mr:i!rin.ar9'!XaIte?p(!!r!r?: tba? 7 Wheeler, says: - That I know of no statute of Vetm sylvEcia, vvhich affects to'k divest the lie has been truthfully styled the Lord of Creation. When first crea ted, ha received tho impress of God's - Coming! - ' The Barbecue al THOMISON'S, Thrtc mits north of FajeUevHle, en Vest Thursday, 13th ixst., to cdbratt the triumph of republican doetrine. ia the election of Got. i Johssow, will bt a . ; ' MASS 3IEETIN(J!1 Sur novgh!!J! ... . - We bare private advices from Btd ford, Frankliu, Marshall, Giles, Nash- tille, and 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. — 6 September 1855

.... - - - . - .'j Ft 5" ?- w. " mjmmmw y ; 'it I.' 5 t V i UK 1 v -." " a . " 4 ' it FayetteYille ; Observer iFree of Postage In Haifa Coaatj! THURSDAY SEPT. 6.r 1855. TO 7 A SI If SOTSQEIQ ' ftfjSUil 1 EU&fctd iJh.poA?F LI3T' wirp-nruirn it? nftriVI?T? by priority of an Act.of. Congress, vhich provides that it shall appear in tha .-awspapcr 4iavifig - the -Largest Circulation! ;(S!ftfioa 1856. auEUtP liscolx cotjyTr. fcVWe are authorized to announce Mr. j "" ' " r -Jfoim X. sioi;ow, a candidate for Sheriff bushesa building going up noar the f Llncolu County, at th? next U.rc tone Lundred thirty feet won, - -ir I - ' . . . C3-W ar- authorizsd to itnnon'ice Mr.,j 0R2 forty wide and on inquiry Wiler 71. Ale'tiider, candidnta w 6 ; ' . , , Sheriff of Lincoln County, at tba next March j learned that it WHS to b occupied by ESwa a authoVized to annonnc Mrlourold Aieud, John N. Sperry, and Mse crne. a candidal for Sh-rijf of , oormaUf a3 a whoiesala grocery 1Srih.n. They U1 opn .hort...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 September 1855

. -. Damp Staples. - When I. first earm totfra firm which I now bold by purchase, I found j 4W-ti.Whmlf. rnc' I wki near a srnne 01 water, witn a . northern aspect My horses were oon in a poor condition, with long and .rough" coats, and almost always IIS in th-ilT bOWCl?, Iior. COUld I fit Al 1 1 f -"v "6uHtne import ot some ot nis r:marits nuiA, uiy i;ua auiierou loe-most., lor m ,..IV U I A. 1 . A. T they were always sick. Their milk fll off and their butter was poor, an vi a uaa coior ana tasie ana tour oi ; uivw supptfu tucir caves ueiore ineir time.; "When spring came they left their winter quarters in a worse state" .than I had ever seen them, and. two ' of hem died from scoura on going to pasture On inquiry, I found that the tenant who had left, had always been what tha neighbors termed . un fortunate in his horse and cattie, and from that cause mora than any other, ho had not been able to make both ends meet The truth flashed upon me in an instant, and in a very little longe...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 September 1855

.- if Mi . ! n X J i - 1 1 f 1 iiiifTiiruiMKTiHiil :-vt,..-fc--- , r r j ! J.. aUl th. end ithiu alm .t at b ittj Country's, Uijr.God'; and Truth . . ;- .vcr-v,-iT,i Ji.vT i -i 1 fa i I! rv j i : i . 4 G3Hro D9ll:ir for one'year if paid at the time of subscription T OiBillnrs r UUll Fiftf CdHS, WITHOUT fterthexpirationof tlire.tnonth3. CJAII Kills for Advertisemei.ts, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when " contracted, except against thosa Vitb wliom.j .we have running accounts. - . 7-3ab3cribers failing to order adiscontinuaTice of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; ahl it will be continued to them accordingly m tZfXo Paper.xrill be sent uutof the county unless paid for hi advance. !i " C3 Advertisements inserted at One Dol . Inr ier SSanre of Tvc! ve L,4ites Tr Less, for the first insertion; Fifty rtt for each continuance. : liT? Persons advertising by the rear, will be eharged Thirty Io!lavs ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 September 1855

mm LLS OBSERVER, il Free of PsU$ la Ltocota t'ouutj Thnrsdaj Jiornlnx, Srptr 13, 1S55 IT ID To-dsy (Thursday) is the day. oreadcrs fully advised. Uotcs 'on Uw Jubilee at Thorsison a.- Soma among the l;st speakers of Tennessee an J Alabama are to bo present. 'A east of reason and a flow cf soul," , await the visitor. The ladies always first in every ccnunendaLle enterpaize -lis tahle will grosu undex the dcKea- eiss of the sscsoa; " Let . us all Go!! Mr. Benjrjnin, th distin guished Whig Senator from Louisiana, ia his late letter on know notbingism, declares himself opposed to it' as an organization; uncompromisingly op- oi1 .4. rnrrvt9i1 raw r A Tf in O ting (ho grounds of his Opposition, no wonder h exclaims, Ohl .what a wretched fall from the proud tradi tions of the gallant whigs of the old en time: ! They arc as follows: ''Because they are anH-Republican, in refusing equal rights to all Ameri can citizens: "Because they violate tho spirit if not tho very letter of the Constitu t...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 September 1855

fl?n to vi 1 1 a n OKc asVap I Ho ' Aasels ere Dressed -J - - -. .. fTTiPv dr;s iin anovils verv DreiuiV in-modern pictured Their robes are Otoe f Postage In Lincoln Couafj! TlHjnSDAT. . SEPT. tSM. long ancl .floTvicg, exceedingly light delicate, summer-like, aad beautiful. You never see an angel, however poor in other matters, supposed to be poor QZr Th fost-officb LIST: OF'm costume. That is always as excel- lO-ADVERTISERS! . 'FAYETIEnLLE OBSERVER, authority of an A.ct of Congress, which m-ovides that it stall appear in the Newspaper 'laving the . Largest Circulation! 3Harr ' "(Blftiion 1336. len as handsome, as fine, and as at tractive as if -she bad .visited the earth, and gone . .to the ;JConer,' "on ! purpose to purchase , her ( dry goods, knowing that Neil, Mobrcs Wright areunsurpassed in the quality of thsir goods, the taste displayed m their se lections, and in their ability to dispose of them at tho lowest rates. Just notice, and you may seo the angels dropping in arid out...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 September 1855

' TOMATO PICKi fq (irben t begin tdtu-tT pick th5m wirt them in a fronV liUC an(3 asm romaia eight diys; their put them la weak vinegar to .remain twsnty-four hours? remove them from this, put them in tone'-"jars, and to a p?ck of tomatoes t&& a bottle of mustard, an ounce of doves, and an ounce of black pepper ground, laying .'alternately;, a layer of tomatoefe and spices. Then pour on strong Vinegir cold and ttaywill ba fcanl to. be v delicious. ": . The brine should be prepircd by boiling and put ting ia a3- much sM as will dissolve, iaen Buuereu to coin, yi n:jy iuu of pieMcs itls bast when pr?par'ed in this way. "V " : " vAsother. Take tho. small round imi!es, let iem lay in weak vine gar two or time ;daTs; 'then prepare the best of vinegar by - putting in cloves, allspice, ppper, cinnamonand such spices as one my fancy, and then scilding it well. . When entirely cold, put iu the tomatoes,' and if there is guillcient body to the' vinegar, your pickles will never require...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 September 1855

. . , n,' ' . - : ; ' "-""' " '. ; -' :-;- '"'""" . -7 -- x'J-- i; i I, . i " ' 1 ; "tct all elic cad thou almost v at be 'tiiy Ctfuntr j'sV tliy God's, aud TruihV." 1 ?i. O. WALLA8E, .V t..-' --- 1 Li - -ra 1 a 1 Li 1 11 .H 1 11 1 : 11 fi .. 1 1 j i a , t ' h u-i m . 1 m tn r 1 n 1 11 " - -. - - 1 ri i a 1 fj 1 n r m i a i i h i h i jj i m ' i itf i i t i i l-J IL Jlf 'U J D... J . J H. , OL J W fl ,J, , ;'tL'7.yj nifii diiJ i ;i:svJ, djf, .Uw'i fessrsS fc2sa3 ft ICJTwb Dollars forone yearif paid at A the time of subscription; Two Dollars 11 ml .Fifty Cents, without devutios &rterthe expiration of three montks. cyAIl Bills for Advertisorneats, Job ;Vork, or Subscription, considers'! due, when 'contracted, eicept against those with' whom wo have running accounts." - 1 CrSnbscribersfailingtoorder adificontinuance of the paper, at the expirat:onvof the time for which they may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; and it Trill bo continued to theoi iccprdingly. - 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. — 20 September 1855

FAYETTEILL5 OBSERVER. Free of Postage In Liacsla Cosaiy N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. ' OrrmAt the nme O'd Stand: Sign of the FAYLTI iit ilijL, T&srsdjy Sloraing, Sept. 20, 1S55. THE JUBILEE. Last Thursday was a glorious day for good old Lincoln. At an early Lour every road was thronged with carriages, buggies, horsemen and pe destrians, hurrying forward to the Grand Mass Meeting and Feast of the People. Men were to be soen fromi 'all parts of the State from the hills "of Georgia, and from our sister State ( of Alabama. Any one who marked the appearance of tha crowds could have determined at a glanco ..who were for us and who against us. The ; quick step, merry shout, and flashing eye of the former, and the downcast lock, morose silence, and sullen tread ef the latter left no doubt on the mind of any one as to the position of jhjm to desist, and his speech was coc parti2s. eluded at the court-house at night, About nine o'clock the procession j followed by Mr. Haywood, an old line a lar...

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