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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 September 1855

Fayciteyille Observer res of Postage In Lincoln Conntj! THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1835. TO ; AesERTiSmS I tctr The TOST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS ia published in the . FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, i by authority of an Act of Congress, whLeb. provides that it shall apc&x in tha Newspaper baring tha , , . -' Largest Circulation! MmfyMulm 1856. ft ; : : : SHERIFF LTXC0LX COCJfTY. ' f7We are authoriicd to announce, Mr. John T. Itlotlow, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at tha next March Elec tion. OrWe ara authorirad to annonnca Mr. Wiley SI. Alexander, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln. County, at the noxt March Election. ft5"We are authorized to announce Mr. ITla.se Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March -Election. r CIRCCTT COVET CLEBK LLSC0LX t'OOSTT. QrWa are authorised to announce Mr. B. WoI:ird, a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Lincoln County, at tha next March Election. , 60 We 'are authorized to announce Mr Jrtmes It. Ctiilcoat, a candidate fo...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 September 1855

" "'i ill j i 111 in1"-! i vrr i mi i n ;u nmw'.fTmTi ... h . The Xutraes. " Tbi-cutci tree is represented to bea vegetable. The stem, with a mo oth, . trovn bark, rises perfectly ; straight It3 strong and numerous j branches proceed regularly from it -in; ail obikjae direction upwards. They "t).r birge oral leaves, pendulous from them, soine afoot in bDgth The upper and outer eurfaeo of the leaf is smooth, and of deep agreeable green. Tho . under and inner sur-( ftce 'u m?.rked with a strong nerve ia j tli3 ciiddle of the leaf, from the fore stalk to the point; and from this mid dle nerve others proceed obliquely to- iif r.or;st?no-m1pc mnst. this innT ,TKr.: ita uniform brio-lit brown color, without the least ' intermixture of green: and as if strewed all OTer witli a fine brown nowder. The whole leaf i characterized by its fragrant odor, sufficiently denoting the fruit which the tree produces. , This fruit when fresh, is about the size and fig ure of a common nectarine. It con si...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 September 1855

9 - : ... : " tf., : jjVJrrj . y ' '':'fjjJaajjajafla)ajg 'Ti Hi w ni ffifflii ft "fii" r - iifi w 'Vv.; ILm An W:. in! P- H fr. Iff rtvtj' ; ' M IP JjJ-i-V; ;tfe:ffl 7 ' T" - I II II I 1 1 I U II i 1 ' 1- - II 1 I II 1MB.. I II 1 llll ll' l lll-ll . ; I I I I II I III II III! I III It I . II . i. r 1 . l i9 . J . a," I ' Ibi . 1 . ! i 1W 7 h NO. vot 5; .. :""r- f - k! 4 WALLACE, i " ' V ' V! ;r"'"i JLt H tfie eno tha ala'it it b Wctaotri, (hf C2o4't, nnd TrtVJ: ' " "'' 10 - $:2.:.--.. t a I C?T Dollars for out jcar if pid in time ol subscription; ik Daiutra If 1ft J eil(k, WIT331TT DtTIJlTIOir alter tueespuatiOB of t'irce roontas. - v C7JLll for AdTertfliaeuts, ontractel, except ?iinittbo6'wrth wLom Wl, A. V X W VX 4riav - x.'xwu . w : m v w w a v. M-saiur.r. i nora.r aaiscontinnun f tU paper, at tb expiration r the tim mJerediu wishing to reaew; and it wUl J V!.u II 1.. 1, T... oflntiausd to them aioordlrelT i i fc IcoPtiper wui beaectoutot tne eenntj . . SSd-atone Doi. f Twelve L...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 September 1855

Stta FAYSTTSVILLS OBSERVER. Fres of Psfag la LiBSftla Coxatj Or. v Al At a OU Staid: &rn tfl , , -, i ,,,ii ' , ' ', Faud proukiinmg to tbe waves of fa Jteir Sclow may ba found the 4r , . a .ti. -V. cat:isci aud falsehood, tho far ceptioa f pechs of JaA.iJlL" Bright, BUU iho"u eo but no farther." - - Esq , Thid at tbVliiJ lferbecu?, with I Johs M. Eaiairr, Eq., who bad , . . . . 'bean Biloctcd to receive the banner such correction as was necessary to;.Q bWf 6f the dcmocracy orL'mi pressnt aa authentic version. Urief j0ajQj replied ssfbUowa: and able, w-command; then f to our! The democracy ,f frM6lo,Vilh '.- ' iminnVi.-) m ".I i o rd aura. ront rraera.j! Criliiant talents, adminWe social qiditlt, &nd higb'nioral . 'r'' t-iL iL' wVr front rank of able men: The Gre:tLl3C8lc Coaatj BirbeCUfi We eathar tiz'ether & faVlnterest iacidenta of the Great' Barbt-oat"; m LtBCcIa. . .... . . . . V . .KECaPTlOli 8P21CU. " V' : The reccplion tpjech' wai ' deliv erd by Johs M.! Brioht,"...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 September 1855

, j ' - I T 10 f - f r I I 4 tf tayctteTilie; Observe?, isfj i "m i il 1? "'"'ii'ii TlirstSDAr,'; SEPTt7, Ii5. Religions ? Tvnriftasa'a l?rjte'ry,of th Cum beriawd Presbyterian Charcli, stands adjioracdxto za?et&t Petersburg in thEropunty.on Friday before th fir3t Sdnday in October, at 11 o'clock a. m. .Oolnnjbia' Synod, of 'the - Cumber-, Iincf Presbyteriaa-.Chaxch, standi ad- A. I T -A J. X. II J 7 T A i. AITTEYtttffTJBSERVS,, Jff? RvTO '5-ioV . . ' ,.. ..,.. : . ..'f IWr-Jm li.l.ii-a Tim Thin) Sunrtttr in lay- aa&oKty rf iaMt. of r CitimXx&1?l--W Trvr.-i v r-(--V " yrovidas la at il snail appear unit awAf&pwi(jZwmt.e'i',.i g: ;.pLliah.4 iathe JWfc- sic f '"T-r:r-:rr-xr.:;.j . .'iT attained to meet in this place, at riOT;!.(gMannV80t);': Pryfea.Cburcb, W.Fri-W- , . . . 11 1 I) 0 ..1 DSll- fltands the for5 ti3 ,rst Sunday ia October c 'West Tennesfti6 Synod, of the sane w LiuwU Oouityw tka pext Mrci- iec- Uli'jrcn, suJids. adjouTued to meet Ui ot;l Sunday in Qctcber...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 September 1855

A Chap Faint TJakdone bushel of unslaked lime, tnJf.ake.it with col J watef; wtetf l&ked, sdd to it twenty pounds of SSptawb wbitouing,raveiitjen pounds of salt, and twelve pounds or sugar. Strain this crixtura through a wire ieve, and it will be fit for use after reducing with cold water. This is xatoadid for tha outside -of buildings, or wlnre it U exposed to the weathtr. In order to give a good color, three Goats are necessary on brickx and two on wood. It mayba laid on with a brush sinwlir to white-wash.. Each toat must have .time to dry before the next b applied. For'paintijig inside wallt, take as Wors, ono bushel of unslaked lime, three pounds of eugar, five pounds of s-dt, and prepare as above, and apply frith a brash: I have ucd it on brick, and find it well calculated to preserve them it b far preferable to oil paint I have also used it en wood, and assure you th.it it will hst longer on rough aiding than oil paint will on planed siding or boards. " Tou can-make -say c...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 October 1855

' ll:ffll'- iff' 111 ' II ' . fnj -.11: B' c2 "JLet all the ends thou aim'st at le thy Country's thy God's, and Truth's." ;. iuKtisiu;u s: rnoi'iiiirrcK. N. O. WALLA, I 14 I M l Fit Wm I Ell " I III Fl I 11 I II I I I I M I Li I k J it SO. 25,-fOL 5. jtib: eternals lC7Tvo Dollars for one yea. If paid at Ti f i .- .f -Vv ntu-.ls I the timn of fiiihserintion: IllO UOIIUISI Ulld Filty CCIltS, WITHOUT DEVIATION s-fterthe expiration of three mouths. 1 ' tC7All Bills for Advertisements, Job - Wort, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, except against those with whom . . "r , ., " " ; ,. .. C-Sahscribcrsfaihngtoordor a discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration" ot the time fnrwhir-h thftv mav have subscribed, are con - sidered as wiabimr to renew; ana it will be J 4: 1 4l. .ii- icyxo iaier will be sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. ' JO-Advertiscmenta inserted at One Dol- lar per square 01 j hcivc liines ,b,wl" fcV Uw Mv.b". or Less, for tho first insertion...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 October 1855

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER." Free of Postage in Lincoln County N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. . Offick Al lit same Oil Stand: Sign of the "Vjerver Printing OJtce." Mll : Thursday Morning, October 4, 1855. For J arise of llic Supreme Court, Hon. Win. It. Harris, OF MEMPIIIsT' Election: Saturday, December 1,1855 . , , JUDICIAL ELECTION. Gov. Johnsol has, as his duty re- quired, issued his Proclamation, ap pointing an election, to be held Sat- urday, the first day of December, fori the purpose of electing a Supreme Judjre of the Western Grand Division i of the State, to fill the vacancy oc casioned by the . resignation of Hon. A. W..O. Tottcn. This election is, without any exag- ceration or figure of speech, one of.sissippi; Borland, of Arkansas; Clem- the most important in which the peo ple of this State can be : called upon to participate. It is, to complete the Bench of the highest tribunal known to Tennessee a station entitled to the highest legal attainments and the most unexceptionable moral ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 October 1855

Fayetteville Observer Tree of Postage in Lincoln Couclj! THURSDAY, OCTOBER. 4, 1855. TO ADVERTISERS ! r The POST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS is published in the - FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, ; V7 authority of an Act of Congress, which fcrovide that it shall appear in the ewspaper Having ma Largest Circulation! Martfi (Bltrtion 1856. SHERIFF LIXCOTX COTJXTT. fr5Wa are authorized to announce Mr. Tohu T. Motion', a candidate forSheriff 'wf.Lincoln County, at the next March Election. (fcjrWe are authorized to announce Mr. Wiley 1TI. Alexander, a candidate for "Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election, x . . (7"We are authorized to announce Mr. Hes Critse, a candidate fot Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. CIRCUIT COURT CLECS LINCOLN COCNTT. (trWe arc authorized to announce Mr. R. S. Woodard, a candidate for Circuit Court 'Clerk of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. '.:'- icyWe are authorized to announce Mr Jnracs R. Cliilcoat, a candidate for Oircuit Cour...

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

t armw. , AsKes in Agricultnre. Wood ashes is one of the most uit - portant fertilizer It L easily ob tained in any quantity and at little expense Tako them carefully from your h3arths, and save them till youf 1 corn and potatoes have risen two or three inches from the ground, and thsn tike a basket on your arm, and from it t ike a email handfull of ashes and cast it to the root of your plants, and hoe them soon, so as to cover the ashes. Ashce contain all tb.3 inorganic sub stance of the wood or plants which are consumed; part of these are boIu lfo and part insoluble. But the solu hh substance mixed with water will dissolve the insoluble. Thus, dis solved potash will dissolve silicia, and prepare it for glazing tho stalks of1 cans, corn, wheat, etc. Kot a particle of ashes should go to waste. Leached ashes has parted with most of it3 potas, but it still re tains its phosphorio acid and most of its lime. Ashes neutralize acids in the soil; they warm cold, mossy, wet places; they are...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 October 1855

1 run? DJ1 if fla W. O. WALLACE, J Let all the ends thou uiiu'st at be thy. Country's, tliy Cod's, and Truth's.' PUBLISHER A rilOFIXlXTOB. NO, 2G VOL. 5. FAilTTEFILLE, TB-NN: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1855. Sorcmrnt for ' rruation; For the Ccssidcralien of my Old "Whig Friends. Mr. Editor Deab Sir: Among various reasons stated for maintain ing the Democratic party against the Know-Nothings, I have said that the Congressional record, last year, showed that the South had no friends at the North, except among the Democrats. I propose not only to prove it in this article, but I intend also to show that for the last ten . T , TIT I years, while the JNormern vvhigs tC7Tvo Dollars for one year if paid at me iirao 01 subscription; 1 wo EJolfars uiid Fifty Cents, without deviation alterthe expiration of three months. gC3AII Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. K7Subscribersfailing to order a...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 October 1855

5 :1 (. i -1 "t 4 i 1 i -H V HI r 'I s Hi Free of Postage ia Lincoln County N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Office .4 tAe same Oil Stand: Signnf tJie T Observer Printing OJicc." ' FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: H 11 Tor .Jiadgc cfllic Supreme Court, lion. Wm. 11. Harris, OF MEMPHIS. . Eeclia::: Saturday, December 1,1855 Ljnch Law ia California and at the ; North. ;' The newspaper press ia a well in formed community, where tho law is equal to all emergencies, naturally censures that hasty justice w hich over rides legal forms, and accomplishes tho three processes ef trial, judgment, and execution by an extemporaneous movement, and almost in a breath. Yet there is some excuse for these impulsive proceedings in a region like othtr St. omicgo, by banding a ser: j vile and semi-brntal race against the ' white inhabitants from the Gulf, of Mexico to the frontier of Pennsylva nia. These are the lynchers of a re gion which claims to bo the centre of American civilization, and such are tho sentiments which they...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 October 1855

FayetleviHe Observer J free of Postage in Lincoln Coanij! TIIUItSDAY, Ott'OBCK. 11, 18 RTISERS ! . fr The POST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS is published ia tho " . FAYETTE VI LIE OBSERVER, by Authority of an Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper having tho Largest Circulation! 'j&nnfj ' !rtlio:; .13jC'. ' V SHERIFF LINCOLN COUXTY. $3Wo aro authorized o annouaro Mr. John T. Itlollow, a candidate fur Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Elec tion. " fjyWo aro authorized to announce Mr. Wiley ITI. Alexander, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. O-We are authorized to announce Mr. Closes Crnsc, a caiididate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. CntCTTIT COUUT CLERK LISCOLJT COCKTT. fj7W are authorized to announce Mr. 12. S. Woodsird. a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Lincoln County, at tho next March Election.' . . jcjVe aro authorized to announce Mr rnmix R. CfiilrOiii. a candidate for Cir...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 October 1855

be - armer. Preserraiion of Wheat from Weevil. Numerous remedies have teen pro posed to protect wheat from the da Etructive rayages of iUs weevil, but most of them have been impractica ble cr too expensive. Mr. QMnt, in France, recommends the use of tur, as a certain and economical agent for . their destruction. lie Ears: "The efficacy of tar in driving uway the weevil and preserving the grain, is an incontestible fact My father had, a long time ago, his grana ries, barns, ana the wholo house in fested with these insects, so much so that they penetrated mto all the chests," aud among the' linen. lie placed an open cask, impregnated with tar in tho barn, and then in the granaries; at tho end of some hours the weevils were seen climbing the walls by myriads, and flying in all directions away from tho cask. On moving this tarred vessel from place to place, the premises were in a few days completely cleared of these troublesome and pernicious guests. Tha agriculturist who wants to get r...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 October 1855

III io r I s i'-f t s t h 1 4 nr. f ; t " I i . ".' . " ' ' " "j'' '?'r'-' ' " nrm"- it lir1 ill ' ' "i"'" . : w ra n tVia -yu 1 FpT ?T?P H-ir s OT -: . . ; , - , . , t..,.r- . . .. " -T . - Uo '"'..II.. Jiv-i J,U . . ... . . -.V ' ICTTi'O Dollars for one ycarif jiaiil at ike tirao of suUcription; Two Do I lam .and Fifty 'Cents, without- dkyiatioh afterthc expiration of three moiuu. ' lr-FAII IlilJs for Advertisements, Job- - "Work, or guliscriptibri, considered lne,wrien '.. contracted, except against tlioao with whom - We hare raDiuDs; accounts. jj7-Subcribersfa.ilingtoorder adiscontinnance ;of the mneT. at the expiration of the,tipi ; " iSut which they may have subscribed, are con- s i.lorn.rna wishiiii? to renew: ana it win dc rf-ontinuod to them aecordinsly. - -q!Vo Paper will be sect putof the county a nless paid for in advance. . . .tm Advertisements inserted .at One !ol iar per Square of Twelve. ,iucs r f.nss. for tue nrst iiisertioni Cents for" each continuance. -. li.T- Pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 October 1855

fortunate party goes into immediate bankruptcy. This is tbe manner in which law and equity is administered under our present system of juris prudence which, in fact, is the great cause of complaint of the 'parlies who go into our courts to obtain 'people in the election of Senators, justice, and a want of confidence on j but, on the contrary, has elected Sen the part of the people in the Courts'ators to the Senate of the United of law and chancery. r . i States who stand opposed to the pub- this high ground, and assume that the Courts cn bo so organized, that law ' nnd equity enn be administered by the same Court, by the samo judgo and jury, nnLnt the same time, and that, too, without "sale, denial or delay." Let the Courts of law and chancery be blended or converted into one court, (it is not material by what name you call it- or, in other words let the law and equity of the case be beard by the court and jury at the eamotimo let the parties, if ntc- cssary, be examined in open cou...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 October 1855

with you, and, I hope, the whole coun try, hoartfclt gratulations that all the elements of prosperity, designed, to mike a people great, contented end happy, continue to exist in our favored land. Every branch of industry has been amply rewarded. Oar fields liave teemed with rich and abundant crops, yielding plenty of all that is needfalfur man and beast Our various works of ; internal imrovements sre steadily aid constantly advancing by tho timely and judicious aid of the State, developing our hitherto hidden -and lament resources, and bearing off. to the market of the world, at cheap rates, the mechanical, agricultural and other products of the country. Ed ucati on has also received an impulse by legislation, which, it is hoped, will be continued, and carried out, and cause our State ultimately to take a position upon this subject not inferior to that pf any 1 State in the Union. Under a beneficent and overruling Providence, we are still permitted to enjoy that sacred and greatest...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 October 1855

r i : I: f h t f ! in U i: Vi lli r ! i i Ice Ilccses. Every farmer, and, indeed, every Vamijy, aught to have ' an ice-house, ii i K ' ' -, - aim nere 1? ?l pian lor a clienp one, famished to the ''Rural New Yorker," by E. Mars, : of Onondago ! county, New York: - . . . "Maka -box . eight feet; square, by nstiljjg hemlock, planks yhich are rvo inches thick, bo W hemlock scantling. Let tho side of the bos be 6eveii feet high, .nn'd the side di rectly opposite-ten feet high.. This gives a ipof eight feet long, with a slant iofthrev leet.f : - It is :vrtll to' hare the roof boards extended ever the sides of tho box. Double boarding with hemlock makes :i sufficient roof. ; Set this box on the top of the ground, in a dry timl sandy rlnce', where surface r water mil not f,-r , . i i ; ft o planks are needed j i?L L i. accumulate. on tho toltom or the box. nut saw dust must be placed on the ground inside the , box, to the depth of one foot and over. thi?, pla.ee loose boards for the ice to...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 October 1855

ft- P T tif i . I 1 1 H B 7i wb - tri ii i tr in m i in - in ii t in 11 i 11 i 1 1. 11 Hi!! -.4 if t fl n in n i l : feffldl- W .- fcl iU w fc3fcj ) ri'BLISHEU BH PBOPBIETOfe: 1- ,1. Itti I) s .X I ' 1 K. O. WALLACE, NO. 28 V0L..5. 4CJTW0 Dollars for one year if paid at the time of subscription; Two BoUais and Fifty Cents, without dlviation aftertheexpiration of three months. . ilCPAU Kills for Adrertisemcnts, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, w hen . contracted, except against thosa -with whom we have running accounts. v A-j-Sn1spribprsfaiiin2toordcr adisctmtirmance of the paper, at the expiration of the time J lor which they may nave suuwnueu, ai c siderfid ns wishing to ruew; aud it will be -rnt.mnfld to them accordingly. cyMo la:cr will be sent outof the county unless paid for in advance. ,erTAdvcri,isements inserted at Owe Do! larpcr Square of Twelve Lines or Less, tor tne nrsi insertion, , i j ronu fnr ench continuance. tcprereons advertising by the year, will be char...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 October 1855

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. WW - . -. . , , -VT Free of Postage in Lincoln Conaly N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. "J Office .4 jae OM &ui; Sign of ike "Observer Printing Oftce." . ' - FAYETTEV1LLE, TENN: Thursday forcing, October 25, 1S55. Forjudge of Hie Supreme Court, Hon. Win. JR. Harris, 0 MEMPHIS. Popular .Vote of Tennessee-Official 183R. . 1835. JItnry Jofmson Johnson Gentry Election: Saturday, December 1,1 S55 The Sound llacs ilgain. According to the Paris correspond ent of the New York Tribune, the Al lied Powers are about to defend the alleged rights of Denmark to the Sound Dues. Thi3 is to be done on condition that Denmark will join the "Western Alliance ng:dust Russia. A special diplomacy is going on at Par is to effect this arrangement, which, if consummated, will be very likely to involve the United States in war with that powerful European Confederacy, which has lately taken Sevastopol, and threatens now to deluge the world in blood. The United States have UCV4ULU liidl UILCI Xl...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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