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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 October 1855

rr Fayetteville Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln Connlj! THUUSDAV, OCTOBEU.25, 1855. TO ADVERT fid i (r The POST-OFFICE LETTERS is published in the LIST OF i FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, ly authority of an Act of Congress, wlncu iiroviJes that it shall appear in the Newspaper ii living iu Largest Circulation! 31iartl; (Elftiion 1850. SHE&IFF LISCOLN COCNTT. f7We are authorized to announce Mr. rv mnt I m'- a ranrlitbite for Sheriff cf Lincoln County, at the next March Elec-; O-We are authorized, to announce jar. tVilry HI. Alexander, a candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. frj-We are authorized to announce air. Pluses Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. CmCCIT COCUT Cl.EEK LIXCOLS COCXTT. fj-We are authorized to announce Mr. IX. S. Wuodard, candidate for Circuit Court -Clerk of Lincoln County, at the text March "Plinf-irtn. tr-iVn xs authorized to announce Mr.! County, at T?.irTt It. f'liilcout. a can rirMiit f...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 October 1855

farmer! "e.. t' . once i rcisioes. -This crop nriy bo dug the latter part of this month, or as soon as the .Tines are wilted by the frost A coii . temporary gives us th3 following in dication Jof tho ripeness or maturity fof the Sweet Potato: "Pull several potatoes from different parts of your patch, break them and ' give time to dry, and if the fresh broken parts dry .white, th? potato is ripe and should be dag. IJut if of a darkish hue, the potato is not ripe and should be left to ripen. If dug when ripe they w ill keep, if not they will rot" Pat rn vniir nftnt,np in srmll "IvinW-' .1 j , , m .(25 to 50 bushels) and reject all cut or bruised roots. Sae, also, that thy ire perfectly dry before banking. Let th? foundation of th? banks be 12 or 18 inches higher ihn the sur rounding surface, on an elevation where water will not settlo cr start;. A rERMAN CrSTARD-SAUCE FOR PLEM, OR OTHER SWEET UpILED PuD- rrs"G3. Boil very gently together, Jialf a pint of new milk and cream jnixed, a v...

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

' w I ' if p P 111" ; v;; ;p:;;;; P - Hi- If ; P': fnr ' ; :-; - , .-' i,et all ilxc ends tHou aim'st at be thy Country's thy God s, and Truths. L . O. HI AULACE, J - . . . , . . , .... ; sti:1i.-r t . - . , ........ .i i t - ' " - I - r - t ' .1 r . . ' I- - - ' - - ml. - ' - , , . . - , i ' j ' ' - ! TT T- TT , , - - -v it 29--V0L 5. j ' HaTTi i . . ., .. - - - i C?Two Dollars for one"year if paid at ine lime of subscription; Two ?oiiars ami l-uty Cents, without dktiatioh aftcrtheextirationof three months. CFAII Bills for Advertisements, Job- AVork, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, except against those Avun nom wa Kov. mnnintr . o-nimt.. OSubscribersfailingto'order a discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which thev mav have subscribed, are con- smered as wishing to renew; ana u win do continued to them accordingly. iCPfto Paper will be sent outof the county unless paid for in advance. SCPAdvertisernents inserted at One Dol- Jar per Square ...

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

FAYSTTEVILLS OBSERVER: Free of Postage ia Lincoln County N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. . OmctM the tame Old Stand: Sign Vie " Observer Printing OJJicc." . ; FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: -4- Tlinrsdiij Mora!nj,NoTezn!er 1,1855. For Jude of t3a$ Supreme Court, - Hon. Win. R. Harris, OF MEMPHIS. Election: Saturday, December 1,1355 GISLATIVE. A SWINDLER. CS.We Lave received a' circular r from ono C. W. R)lavi, of Cincinnati, . .(with a request to "advertise,, notice, and forward account for payment") who claims to h ive the faculty of looking into futurity, by virtue of being the seventh son of a soventh son. This fellow, being compelled to leave the ,- Eastern cities, to avoid the punishment the law metes out to such offenders, has "turned up" in Cincinnati, where he advertises extensively and issues his impudent circulars, promising to cure , diseases, and procure fortunes, prizes . . in lotteries, and luck generally, by his "conjuration power," swindling thou ' Binds out of their hnrd earned money b...

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

. . -.T-. elterille Observer;', Ca" . f ; '-W . . free of Postage in Lincoln County! Thursday, novcbeb i.isss. TO ADVERTISERS! Cr The POST-OFFICE LETTERS is published in the FAYRTTEVFMiE OBSERVER Z - t bv authority of an Act of Conzress. which provides that it shall appear in tho Newspaper navmg tna Largest Circulation! fliarrij (Elrrtion 1856." ' SHERIFF LINCOLN COCSTT. ftf7"Wc are authorized to announce Mr. John T. fllotlow, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Elec tion, v fjyWe are authorized to announce Mr. Wiley HI. Alexander, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. 07We are authorized to announce Mr. Closes Crnse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. CIRCCTT COURT CLERK LIXCOLS COCSTT. 07We are authorized to announce Mr. R. S. Wooilard, a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. JCJWe are authorized to announce Mr. Jame4 IK. Chilcoat, a caudidate 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. — 1 November 1855

0. a' Thefirt of milking well is not taught i.i a hurry. It requires' ling .prac tice to milk properly, and" therefore nil ths vouag poop!e oa a firm ought to be .show a bow the 1 ibor shoulj be done. . It is quite important that this branch of the J tiry shoul.l be rtit-fifn?ii-lri fornix 1 fn fir cnvvl nrlkcr obtains at least ft qnrt more frm the same cow than a poor milker V i The first lesson "to be taaght to vo'jng people is gentleness and kind-J nnsa to the cow?. The v never need bo treated harshly, in case the bus iness is propeily commenced. Cows that have bceD caressed and upHorro fond of "having ly well treated, are the milk drawn from the udder at the regular time of milking, for it gives them relief from the distension of the milk duc!s. Let young people be put to milk ing the farrow cows first,orsuch as are to be soon dried, and then the loss from bad milking will be less injurious; the hand should extend to the ex tremity of the teat?, for the mil'.c is then drawn easi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 November 1855

v., r. .4- F If. f1 f It i j rrxsLissicu & ritoruisixoa- vLet 'air the cud thou a"'st -iuj Country's, tiir Ood una TrutU." , Ti. O. WALLACE, - ii" 3 L it 'I ;) u - li 7. i if i r si- i ! -M i NO. 80.-Y0L 5.: tC7Tvo Dollars for one year if paid a th time of subscription; Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, without deviation ftftertheexpiration of three montns. f tr-rii till I for Advertisements, Joo nr.v Riiiic.-rintmn. considered dtro. when contracted, except against tnosa witu whom we have running accounts. " " . CrSubscribcrsfailingtoorder adiscontinuanco of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which thev may have subscribed, are con sidered as wishing to renew; uuu 1 wi uo xnn.innnil fllfllTl . afiCOfdinfflV. VVUblJUm o . ', CJIo Paper will be sent out of the county unless paid for in aavance. .. . T)t inaerted at One Dol lar per Square of -. Tw el ve Li ne for the first insertion: Fifty fn. coi-ti rnntinuance ' tiTJrersona advertising by the year, will be charged Thirty Dol...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 November 1855

ERVER- Frca of Postage in Lincoln Connty N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Office At the time 01 J Stani: Sign of (lie " Observer Printing OJice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Tharsday Mornln NoTembe r 8, 1 855. For Jad?e of the Supreme Court, Hon. .Win. It. Harris, OF MEMPHIS. ElecUoa: Saturday, December 1,1855 NATIONALITY OF SLAVERY The abolition journals of the North (says the Memphis Visitor) are ma king considerable to do about what they term tie attempts now making to establish the nationality ot slavery, Thay seem to regard the doctrine that slavery is national as a most abhorrent proposition, and bitterly . denounce those from whom they say it is daily obtaining more support as "fire-eaters South and dough-faces North." The Pittsburg Dispatch belongs to this ra ving class, and is furious because the Richmond Enquirer copies with ap probation the followim: demands of the "South: , . "We demand for slavery not mere ly protection from Abolition attacks, but wo demand that it3 existence shall be. m...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 November 1855

if . : I- . ! 5 i ( ft f - Fayette ville Observer tree of Postage bt Lincoln County! TIIUKSDAY. jfOVEMgim 8. ISs's, TO value: The sailor who appreciated beef ia proportion to the amount of chewiner it would stand, was not a sen- ia . , ' sualist he wa3 merely a fooL To . compare euch a creature with a refined epicure would be like comparin. fr The POST-OFFICE LETTERS is published in the tytMis-r&hsi Ms Nashville, Tewu - The river is swelling slightly,' aid at this writing the appearances of the weather au thorise tha hope of an early rue. There is not more than 16 to 18 inches of water on the eartn- Shoals. Freights above and below are wait ing a rise. Dry Goods With otir wholesale dry goods merchants the week has been a quiet one. Grocery Trade Though the- , trade this week has not been active.it may be said that, the slock being light, the demand has been aoout equal to the supply. W e have no quo- ADVERTISERS ! OF. en ware to tli3 finest porcelain. ! Thp fivmmfliv riefuraon 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. — 8 November 1855

- - -s- ..ST. i K . k f f . i t ( I y t. t I- f r i' ; I I r, i ! 'Rales for Raising Toultry. VTe finJ ibr following in .' the le pers without -credit, and do not kuovr i lt3 criirm: Hr All . v'onaff cbiciccng, ducks and tarluos fhouId,bo Uept under cover 'of thiiwatber during the nuny- sea- ; 2.Twico.ot three times a week, popper, garlie,'" vie, riioaM bo - mixed 'up with -their food. ' , '. - : 8; A smi'i lamp of assafuetida '.shonld bo placed in tho pan in -which - their "water ik given them to drink. 4 1. "Whenever th?y manifest dis ease, by the drooping of thoir wings, " or any outward .sign ot ill hpalih, a little assufoetida" broken . into lumpa, should 1)3 mixed with thiir food. . 5. Chickens which ari kcpt from tho dunghill eoldom have the gapes; tU-refora ih should bo tho obiect" of V those who hive charg-'; of them "so to - confine tlie hens as to preclude thir young Trom the rango of bara and sta Llo yards. C. Should any chickens have the ftnpes mix up small portions of ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 November 1855

' " W II W P Jill ill U ! U UP 1 W f I ,- ' -' ":- -: '-' '--- s'i-v-J ' .: '.;:. .- , --.J r . - ; - ' .,?; "Let air the T 'end's thou almi lni h6 th7?Coka try's' thy God'sniid Truth's. r PLTIILISI1KU A l'HOPXtlfcTOK. - -. N. O. WALLACE, 'ti: c ... NO, 81,-VOL 5. IryTwo Dollars for.one year if paid a thetira? of subscription; Two Dollars mid Filtjr Ceil ts, without deviation aflertheexinrationof three months. tC7A!l Hills for Advertisement Job- Workt or Subscriition,co:isiderd due, when. contracted, except against tuose wita nom vre have running accounts. CTSabscribcr fairingto order adiscontinnance f the naner. at tho expiratioa of the time for which thev may have subscribed, arc con- . svdered aa wishrnaxo renew; ana it yui oe coutinuod to them accordingly. ' . - CJAo kacr will be sent out of the county unless paid for ia-Advance IO Advertisements inserted at Owe Dol lar pci' Sqnarcwf Twelve Line or Lcs. for the farst insertion; a my rvt for each contimiance. lirpPcnons advertisi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 November 1855

. . . - i. 1 would flish living fire that your veins would swell, like i whip-cords, on yosr brow and that you would chout, in ra idrann rage,- The interfer ence ia only that of the robber, when ha siys to his victim, Give vp your gill or die! It is nothing but, Give up your religion or die a civil death. - . We concede that it is lawful to or ganizo political partice; but ttc con tend that they should bo confined, In their scope of action, to lawful sub jects of legislation or constitutional reform. To organize la party to an nul bur Constitution, ia whole or in pnrt, or to "interfere" with any right guaranteed under it, would be unlaw fula step towards revolution or dis organization. And we think that the know nothing party is' fairly sub ject to this remark. Continued next Week ; FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. free of Postage ia Lincoln County K. 0. WALLACE, Editor. CfrncEAt fa $ame Old Stand: Eipi of the " Observer Printing Ofice." FATETTEFILLE, TENN: TrmrsdaY Mornin?. NOT. 15, 1855. - ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 November 1855

uSt-i --a ..-- . t f rt t? FayeltevHIe Observe? Free of Postage in Lincoln Connty! Til U HSP A V, XOVEMlTcit 15, 1855 TO" "ADVERTISERS ! s fc5r? The lH03T-VFFICE LETTERS is publjshod ia the LIST- OF mirnmnrvn i n nnnnnrrnn i AiLii?iijUij ujjpu.u, 1 jm mr mi . BJ , I . ' I lV U 1 1 L If by Mtbonty f an Act of Regress, which Drovues idu it. snail, inneu id in a sewnai)L-r having -tlw! - . rr . 4 Largest Circulation! Mtarrh. (Elfttion 1856. SUERIF? LrSCOMl GOL'KTT. -1 ' OTWo ato authorized to . announce Mr. John T. Mot-low, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at .the next March . Elec tion. v -, '. : :: . 07-We are authorized to acnonnce. Mr, XViJcy HI. Atetander, ;. .-.candidate for KaeriiT of Lincoln County, at the next ilarch Election. .. . : - ' (K7"We are authorized to, announce Mr. 3liC9 Cruse, . candidate for Sheriff of Liueoln County, at the next March Election, "!SI32Si5h.bia. of th. persons to .horn it . S. Wootliird. a candidate for Circuit Court I orfciDally CTauted,...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 November 1855

Tiic Lam pas ia Horses A corresoondent of the New York Spirit of Iho Times inquires as trthe VuruiRg for Ifcc Lampas, and whether that U tho only cure for it With the hcpc that we insy pcrhops save one horse ft-om the unnecessary and terrible tortnre of the burning iron, we under take to reply: Burning for the Lsmpaa is s good and human a remedy as is suffoca tion between two fjathcr-bedg for hy drophobia both have been practiced !by the ignorant, and both are effectual. The horse, to be sure, survives the in fliction, while tho feather-bed patient is bound to die. But both of these barbarous remedies (?) have long been discarded by civilized and intelligent wen. .. . We have occasionally had cases of this complaint in our stable, and hare ' always attributed It to over-feeding. But m no single case, however bad, within our knowledge and experience, Lis it resisted a course of bran mash es, continued for a day or two; with the addition, in one or two instances, of a purgative of sal...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 November 1855

rufcLisiacrr & ritoruisiTos:. , . ... - m . ' - - . ;': !. " N. O. WALLACE, J NO. 5.' C3Two Illars for one year if paid a tho time of euhscription; Two Dollars -mid Fifty Ce"l wixu.oct deviation after the expiration of three inoullw.. ' JC7AJI . Bills for Advertisements, Job- Wort, or Subscription, considered due, when contracted, wcept. against those- with whoin we have running accounts. KrSaUeribera fauingto order adiscontiniian?e ..r .t.. ot Vi. Tr.iration of the time -fur which they may have subscribed, are con- sidered hs wis run 5 10 renew, continued to them accordingly. . C7AoPa!cr will besent out of tho county unless paid for in advance. IC7Advertuenieuts inserted at One Ioi lur per Square of Twelve Li"fs or LN for tho first insertion; Filly Cents for each continuance. - trersona advertising by the year will be barged Thirty Dollars for a whole ool - mn ,Tweiitf Dollars for one-half. Ten Dollarfor one-quarter. Aodevia- ' f 0i Vow time terms under any circumstances, CPTho...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 November 1855

tixtfon. Gray beatla.I oin bacomo little children bsfura the Lord, and insm ill meetings, hell at Genoa and Gther places, they receive' instruo tiorand reproof from the evangelists like young scholars, and with touch iag simplicity." - Dy pursuing the policy indicated, W3 miy mikeonr country the great nlmmerof rel'gtoos blessings to the ttorld. a-nJ:tdeJ next Week Fms of Poi ijs ia Lincoln Conntj Ji. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Oman At tV tame Old St ml: Sign of the " Observer Printing OJi:e." FAYfiTT E7ILLE, .TENN: i 1 1 mm I I Tinrsdiy Slomiaj, Nov. 22, 1355. Forjudge of ihc Supreme Court, Hon. Wm. R. Harris"; OF HEMPIIIS. Elecf ion; Saturday, Dscember 1,1855 "West Tennessee Fair. Below, may be found an extract from" the Address of Gov- Aaron V. Brown, delivered at tb3 West Ten nessee Division Fair, held at Jaekson, Oct 23, 1833. It is truly eloquent, ' and elicited, we learn, the most rap- j turous arptoe. I1U .Miction tf, labor m all its branches, his ideas oijtyp3 not oniy 0f th3 Weste...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 November 1855

now Faveiie ville Observer Free of Postage ia Liusoin Cosslj! TI UUSD A V, SOVE.lIDEi:, 22 l55 TO I : fr Ths POST-OFFICE 'LIST1 LETTERS is published-!" the - : OF FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, a Act of Owt bv authority of an provides that it h ail appear in tne-ewspapcr having the . Largest Circulation! ' " ' ' ' - aiart!) (Sicttion 1806, BHEKUT LlXCOLS COCXTT. 05""We re authorized to announce Mr. jo!,n 'I Mallow, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln Couutv, at the next March Elec tion frVWe are authorized" to announce tviiar TT. A nd )r. a canauiato lor itO loT Shar'ilT of L'.ucolu County, at the next March ! 121t;c:tion. are authorized to announce Mr. I Tn fVcic. a candidate ior nncnu 01 next March Election. ! Lincoln County, at the CIRCUIT COUUT CI.EHK LIXCOLS COUSTT. ffT-vVe are authorized to announco Mr. R. .. yi. - - til r . r:.s,.;- Hnnrt SJS id . "S;om3 time, though ia consequence , Election. . to-we are aun.01-, to CiSt ? Court Clerk of Lincoln County, at'ingback. The prevailing q-J...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 November 1855

: L 1 i t 4 f !f ' ) J ; i i - E!ir arinrr. FOOT ROT IN SHEEP. Civis" writes U3 that the foot rot h:i3 broken out ia Lis 'flock of. Ehecp',Jd.i!phb'IJisIlclia furnishes tho follow- aad the sheep of hia neighborhood' , .L , now how it can be cured. . It is a b:id iliseriEj, and narily it is more twab! to core, than V13 sheep ai-3 .worth, after they Inve teen cured; but if ho "follows our pr Eenption, h? nn save his flock: To every 100 sh of sulphur a week solve as strong as possible in hot der, or vinegir. Tare tha foot until Ui9 diseased part is all pared away, even if it takes tho entire foot, and diptho feet of the whole flock, eound ones and all, ia thi3 liquid, twice a .week, until the trouble is removed. in about inree weens auer you com- menco doctencg your sheep, select lrom tno tlocu sucn as you 'trust are well, and put them into a clean pas ture by themselves, and continue dip ping their feet the same a3 tho dis eased ones. Foot' rot ia very conta gious, and sound sheep "wi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 November 1855

1 03 f 'm 3" 'f t ML 1 ' ,L Pi- -v L-7. '-? ii ',11 - ' 3 t lac lisu cu & jruonu croiL . , . N O. Y ALL ACE, J Let' ull the ends' thou uim'st at " be Uiy Cuutrr, thy God',. aud Truth's." i NO. S3--Y0L. 5. U' I wo woiiars ior one year it paivi a die tins of tnhsefiplion; Two Dollars tid Fifty -Ceats, without deviatioh aftbrthe expiration of three months.- CJ"A1I Bill for Advertisements, Job Work, oj Subscription.coRsidered da, when contracted, except against those with whom wc have munin accounts. . fkirSubcribors failinctoorder A(l wcoiitinuan.ee of tho paper, at the expiration of the time lor which they may havesuoscnueti, are con sidered as wishing. to renew; and it vill"he continued to them accordingly. . CP Ao Xn per. will be sent out of the county unless paid for: in advance. - JOAdvertisemcnts inserted t One dol lar per Sqtufre of Twelve Lines or t,jisVfor the first insertion; Filly Cent for each continuance. I ' in Persons advertising hy 'tho year, will be ch irked Tliirl...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 November 1855

FAYETTKVILLE OBSERVER. ; 'Frcj of Postage in Liacoln County ft. 0. WALLACE, Editor. ; Omoa At Of samt Old Stand: S'pi of 0,e " Olterver Printing OJlce." ' . .. r FATBTTEFlElE. TEN. Tkfireday Korniag, Sot. 29, IS55. For JaS? refill e Sa-renae Court, Hon. Win. R. Harris ; ' OF, MEMPHIS. ' i ElKUcai Saturday, December 1,1855 NEWSPAPERS..: Although .a party somewhat inter ested, we can but endorse the following triie'e, which we clip from that old .nd stic nch . p ?per, tbq. Richmond Enquirer. It is true, every word of j it, and the sum paid by. the head of the family, is the cheapest tuition money he ever pays for his children. - The Enquirer says: ' ' There is no, book so instructive, as a newspaper; no , knowledge . so nec essary to bo acquired as that which may be gleaned from it3 columns, and acquired , with half so much. facil ity, v It is not only th.3 vehicle of the cheapest and most nseful information, but it also affords tho cheapest most innocent and least cloving source of p...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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