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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 November 1855

w ...... fV.. r, . ...,..-,-. ,-- , N . I r I V i' i! Fayetteville Observer Free of Postee ia Lincoln Ceuclj! THUK?JAr,NOVEMBEB29, 1855 FO. mm Yet be, it underctood ttat wctrejalized. Sides brought 7 and hams OCT lh PQ ST-OFFICE LIST OFtmoefiiUv . : - ,-. ,- ,p J LETTERS is published ia tie FAYETTE TCLyj .OBSERVES, by authority of an Act of Conzross. which TTOvide tk-U it sit a! 1 innur in tli. Viivcn0ri.r J 1 - . . cot averse to a pan,; or to any kind of humor, when' it" cofiies ' ia like ; a flash of sunshine through the tree- tops, or a" goblet of sparkling burgun dy at the close of a good dinner opportunely. The i 8c. ' Mesa pork thnt was offered Trot. Wood's ITaib Rsf oeativIS. The testimony of allwjiphavo thoroughly Seated the virtues of this celebrated article, is, that i it will restore the gray, and the bald,, eradicate spontaneous icke that leara like an culting.will in a few days be genera i r "l, v ' 4 - -.JWe henr of jioitranaiction ,iq V IT".-It I. A. JIUllls Lllrr IJI...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 November 1855

drnur. - net, anb Vaiiaj. ' ' ' BLOODY MURRAIN A CURE. AYe-Lave conversed with Mr. C. Hiy ono or tho most relitbta farmers, on Ui3 subject of murrain ia cattle. He has h:ul consul rable cxrvrienc8 v.ith the disas?, and formerly lost a good many of liia own cattle, but lat terly he has succeeded ia caring eve ry case among LU own cattle, and soma for others. His mode of pro cedure is as follows: Take of white oak bark, newly peeled from th-; tre, as much es you can easily encompass with tho thumbs and finsra of both hands. Boil this in on3 gmon oi warar lor a snort uuk j , thn pour off the water, and dissolve in it a lump of alum the size of a hulled walnct, and a lump of copperas of the same size. AVith this mix ture drench the sick animal, and the care will soon be effected. In only one instance did ho have need for any additional remedy, and then, to facil itate the opening of the bowels, he administered a plate of lard. We hope this remedy will bo ex tensively and thoroughly expe...

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 December 1855

. ' .:: , . . ;.; .. - 7"T ' a; :::--, -- ;"7-""."'"'. ' ' ' " ' -- ' '7 "7 - Vj . ". .' '7 7- , . s ; ' ".; ' : :J ' -"T '":"r 7.-' -y ., , J ! 'f r -r . k' LULL fullLiiJ 1 t-; : , , T.7.:. ;;v jjiigx ijLjfl T;fo '? " ' r - ' ' - ' "' ' : " 1 - -j ' ; " "--'77 Ir777, "77 7' ,-! ' - : 'iuco;' 3 ' t'' " , . 7 J ; ;,, r . " ": -. : '"' 'CJ'' ' .1 i N. o. ITAI.tACCV'T1 ''' - -V'. - n-;:.: ..-- 7 vd ; & ?- "Ic't" all 'tftc1 'cnifs thou - ulm'it-ar be ;lhyicbniry?st tSiy, o j's, t nad Tralh'Si"" " i-;. .::., t: e s ' f.-v.-1 Ptk2I.ISIlEB.& riiOPKITOK. ; .j.. ;:7-:.J.,l'7.;::'7- ; "7 V""7 '"7 'J-:l;! ;;TT."7,..: .:fV.ffi , ' ".. . 7;, f . , . : -rT--; r -.7T: r-V '-.. i!7 - . 5f.-V0l-5.- bit A trrTTwo"I'''tn" for one Tear if rauj lii-j t'uni or fmVvsaririw); Two Doiini's :ssislTifty'i':it, without tKVii.iios ifler the etiMiiti of t"hrce Montiis.' i:. . .. 5C7"A-11 JliiU' .'fo;3ifertiseBials, Job A7or':C,r Sabscriiipu.cousulered tins, vrben co:itra.-tov, exccp; a.iinstthosd with wh...

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 December 1855

FWEJTETOjLS obrter Fr;-3f Postage in Lineolu Connij JL O. WALLACE, EMoiv Orrics At dt s.rms OU Stand; S-'piof tit " O'mner Printing OJicc" . I ATSTTEVILLE, TENX: j - !. i TZurtJij Morning, Dffni'jcrG, IS55. COMMtKvt. It wis Cicero, if our m.-mory ec-rvcs.four 8hili of waJ and gomo 2000 us right, who dnounod all m?rcan-Jand 0dd guns. This is not n very tile occupations as degrading, and large navy as compared with Great esteem ;d those who became the car-! Britain and France- But let it not n r, nieraliandizfl far the world as r . , r , ... ...'ping of the United States rivals our f-noT ordor of beings. At that 1 s. . ,p, T7 ., , 0. . ,. , . . , . . i own in tonnage. The United btates this phed oraoor and pleasing Q in a Uion to fit out a sopcr5 an in time tins fxusiiou oraoor anu pieasmg philosopher was tha model moralist of Rome, and tho sayings which he pub-' lished were received without a dis- . . I ---wF O uttenncj to what had b?en commonly believed. t7uiiir viiii-,.. ii 'liniia...

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 December 1855

Fayetlerille Observer Free or Postage in Lincoln Comilj! TIIUItSDA V, DCCEJIIIEU 6. 185. TO 11 ERil3a!.RS! Kr Tho TOST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS is published ia tha FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, It authority of an Act of Conrres, which provide that it shall appear ia ths N'ewspaper having the Largest Circulation! Hard; (Blwtion -1856. SHERIFF LIXCOLX COCXTT. (yWe are authorized to announce Mr. -John T. 2TIotlow a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Elec tion. CCTWs are authorized to announce Mr. XV He j 71. Alexander, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. 07-We are authorized to anuonncat Mr. Plese Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. CnirCIT COUHT CLERK UNCOLX COC.VTT. IV-? r a arm nt li nri t .l in snnnnnca Sir. R. M -" - . S. Woad-.ird, acaudidate for Circuit Court Jlerk of Li ucolu County, at the next March; Election. 8C?Ve are authorized to announce Mr. Jatne IK. Cliilcoat, a candidate for Ci...

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 December 1855

. . ; t:: .T!0-9 33it ! -sr ": .-tar r. 0 - 5 t ! : r Li r r I . hs Composition cf aa E;. A Inn's e consists of -ttxie parts tin shell, the white and th4 vbrk: (Tod vith minute - Lo'pb cr ,por, throah lvLidi the -.ir crttrs,'. and is' on liic ayig-i .weight i:i a.thouintl M:l0." V v'i 7 'V3 Id Eli OH AHTiiVft-SA .iv,ii3 i4j.iUit.Ugr.iil.i, . . 1.113 -5 OiK . ' i ii " Cm ' '.! mTiTn? Wr-Jt'f? .... '- thr h'-nui Hler i-is flp eft-IT bwdc-ping lneml-j, tho foliowiugji .-v. UJsU f 4j J .iSJSlffr -one kanW ahik ' ifci cn-! tonoMng and 'Hcjriojy irt. ttquidtel r SI1 ELBYVl LLg-TMN. trsts oPcarWit- ivl nW-fr' cftPntlC epitaph: :..,.,' r. ture of bone. The f-bell is fay i,itfanttMoe Ma:!f r-.".-,.oivf TO.ireitW'ifc tho proCTes of Lachine. A coodV- We lnvo ho doubt as to the "fux ' JfiWE pm).v iT-Ji?gzga f:g is lika a pnfect S3ed it w alive! off tombstone . case alluded'. to:signed ig thfeaaTWMy m--'??. When" placed urid r"fit e'reumstmes' '.Why should we, sivs tha Philadolpia ' tuaj consent...

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 December 1855

- - -- ' - " -1 1 1 4. r i . "Let all the cuds thou alm'st at be W Cotan'trf', thy God's, aud Truth's. publisher A rrcormETOK. W. O. WALLACE, 1 Y i A, TVJ! Fro; K Tin! orgu had I NO. 55. VOL. 5. iac jE3 D.BJVS ass irplwo Dollars for'one year if paid a the time of subscription; Two Doimis nmi viftr Cents, without deviatioh ft..w f V a o miration of three months, iCjAH Dills for Advertisements, Job Work or Subscription, considered due, when exceot azainst those with whom hir rnnninr accounts. rer-Subscribers failingtooTder adiscontinnance at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed are con- : wishing to renew: anu 1 m fn them accordingly C3Xo Paper will besentoutof the county tinlesstmid for in advance. gCP-Advertisementa inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twel ve Lines for the first insertion; itty Outs for each continuance. tCPTersons advertising by the year wiir be charlThirty Dollars for a whole col umn. Twenty Dollars for one-half. ' .Dollars for one-quart...

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 December 1855

Ff js jf Postage in Linsoln Connty -cg.r:iT-r-jrrrg,-r" i ; t - .tma N. 0. WALLACE, Elitor. .a-r-grs Offips At (Jit same Oil Stan-U Signof lite " Chnercrr Printing OJi x." riTSTTSriLLE, TENS: 1 1 ' M Tlinr.d.iy 5Iorn!nr, Dec. 13, 1SJ5. Wood ! Wood ! ! Persons owing us, ad wishing to pay in Wood, will please bring it along. Hickory or Ash is the kind. ' LINCOLN COUNTY. Wo ara indebted to Taze. W New man. Esn.. member of the House of Representatives from Franklin coun ty, fur a copy of tin "Report of tho Comptroller of the Treasury to the General Assembly of Tennessee." From it we leara that the gross col lections by th-i Sh-riiT of Lincoln county, 1853. were G,042 22 gross collections by do. in 1834, 89,431 00. Net collections by Sheriff in 1853, $5,079 70 net do. by same in 1854, S,S13 35. Gross collections bv Clerk in 1853, $2,20 30 gross do. by Eame' iu 1854, 2,0G0 24. Uyi:mot Proviso and no more slave Net collections by Clerk in 1853, States, says the Cincinnati Conven $2,114 37 ...

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 December 1855

Fnvof ivil o r( lhftvftIora,anttOD:J!III:.:.;: - ,y Free of Postage in Lincoln' County! v.;nnAvWuREBr3.isX!P:in: opcntioV by; U-: ' 1 ,-,-. rl fttr Tli. POST-OFFICE LETTERS is published in the OF, FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper having -the Largest Circulation! Jiiirc!) Enm 1800. - - ' SIIEBTTF LINCOLN COCSTT. fj-Ve are authorized to announce Mr. .In tin T. MotloWt a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Elec - ton. (fcJ-.Ve are authorized to announce Mr. Tiir HI. Alexander, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March J Election. r fj-Te are authorized to announce Mr. M asc 1 Crnse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln Cjanty, at the next March Election. CIRCUIT COURT Ct.EIUC MSC0I.S C0USTT. CO- ,Y are autnonzca i are authorized to announce Mr. ic. . Wood ird, acandidare ir uircuii uoun, J i r j il n ,.f- .t t. nt March IMerk of Lincoln County, at the next iiarcn . . v...

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 December 1855

jMe.ja.air, Preservation of Milk, ,. The following roelhoU is recom meadctl far the preservation of milk, cither at sen or in warm climates: Provide piot orqunrt bottles,which must be perfectly clean, sweet, and dry; lnnr the milif from the cow into the bottles, and aa they are filled, im mediately cork them ffell up, and fasten the cork with pack-thread or wire; then spread a little straw on the bottom of a boiler, on which place the bottle with straw between them, until the boiler contains a saflbieiit quantity. Fill it up with cold water; heat the water, and as soon as ii begins to boil, draw the fire, and let the whole cool gradually. When quite cold, take out the bot tles, and pack them with straw or saw-dust in hampers, and sto v them in a cool ptaco. Soma years since, there was a Swe dish or Dinish vessel at Liverpool, having milk on board, preserved in this manner. It had been carried twica to the West Indies, aud back to Denmark, and been above eight een months in the bottl...

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 December 1855

ny t am. Lllwl'lJm!MaliJ ihm- ti : "Let all the ends thou aiia'st at be . thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's.' iBLisnjcn & pKcri:r?oi:. X- O. WALLACE, mmmui nm tiiursdaf, December 20, im. whole no.. 211. NO. 6 VOL 5. . a.. .8,. M. w.W .W S4. IB I M 11 tC3Tvr Dollars for one year if paid a lhn f.ima nf RTiVsrr5ntior;? Two FI!:H' nnl Viftj Cssm, without betixtios afterthcexpirationof three months. Work.orSubsCTirtion.corBiJeredflne.when!wL (of prominence by iashionallc contrasted, except against those, with whom vj" nve."lu,"u - W'S.i1-Ti1i-r faihnTtoor,ltr a discontinuance of tho papfr, at the exj-iration of the time for which they may hare subscribed, re con-'another as they should, and therefore . sidered as wishing to renew; and it will be! i r . - HTC, ;f 11 . continued to them accordingly. separated fore er. . The ivifc tool the ley 10 Taper will bssor.t outof the county; child and sought a home in an east- uniers for m advance. ' CPUrertisem;its uisertcd at One TS- riiir...

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 December 1855

FAYHTEELE OBSERVER. Ff3 of Pasta in Lincoln County N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrncKAt 0 time Old Stand: Sign of tU "Observer Printing OJlct." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thnrsday Morning, Dec. 20, 1855. CONGRESS. The Louisville Democrat, speaking of the present Congress, has the following well-timed and appropri ate remarks: "The Democrats are right; they occupy the position of the founders The Destiny of Cnlm. The ftct is indisputable, says the N 0. Bulletin, that the public sentiment of the country is in favor of the acquisi tion of Cuba; .we assume it as a pos tulate that cannot be controverted. It is too late in the day to argue the this covernment. and in the riresent Piriprfrpncips it is v.nin tn nnnstilt 'question of expediency whether it The Clayton and Ealwer Treaty. Since the telejrraph told us that the English had repudiated th Clay ton and Bulwer treaty, a graat many persona have inquired for information as to the extent and precise meaning of the repudiation. The New York Journal o...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 December 1855

Fayetterille Observer Free of Postage In Lincoln County! TlXURSDAT.DECCiriaCS 20, 1855 TO ADVERTISERS ! OS" The POST-OFFICE MST OF LETTERS is published in the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the N'ewspaper leaving the Largest Circulation! 3xkrij (Election 1856. mizirr LISCOLH COUNT!. OSrWa are authorized to announce Mr. John T. "lotlow, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Elec tion. fly-We are authorized to announce Mr. Wllej Jtt. Alexander, candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln Countj, at the next March Election. rVr-V are authorized to announce Mr. fle Cruse. ruse, a candidate for Sheriff of nty, at the next March Election. ff.acoln Cou ciRcnrr court clerk mxcols countt. (7-We are authorized to announce Mr. K. S. Woort.ird, a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. tc$Ve are authorized to announce Mr. JTamet It. Chilcoat, a candidate for Circuit Court Cler...

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 December 1855

i: 'i 1 j. i ; 13. Slaggcrs ia Horses. As is usunl at this season of the ye.ir, we continue to see and hear much of a disease peculiar to horses during Iheend of July, August, jwd parly part of September. The af fected Hnimnhnr? Grst, all observed to be wenkin ilia b.nck; iti a day or two more they rctl greatly in the '. hiud parts, and seem in dmiger ofj filling; they are disinclined to liej down, apparently from fear of being umtbla. to rUe. uud ia bad cases! then ia conideriib!e dullness of. countenance, nls'o a partial loss of: voluntary uowcr in their fore lees.; . . . . i Jn tlie majority olinnances,nowever,imaKe a LKt-raw lawjer, aim A ; the loius aud hind legs are almost! called to see if you would not take le;l.. fT..l Th annotiuiriim.' v.s..vV .....v. -rt.v..w is little impaired for some day.s after piration.and thus tie pulse, although tomeiimes lUlier luau natural, is cilnm mnrli nnielfP.nerl. Th dig. ese is rarely fatal when proper treat- ment is employed; in neglect or...

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 December 1855

1 rlT'tJ'i, r:Ma,lllM'Mllll;JM,fll',MllaMi 1 U ' s ' IT' ' M ' . " ' .-. . . .' r ... " TV "T ...!'-' - . ' r- - f .' . ". , " T " ' ...... .. -i.l'i ;.i.v. w . . i -. " i b3 - tea1:; t- -v c.,; a , tsar; ';, I- , uto rTX:5 :V)TT; T ,';' , . L.. i 3 u V ' "Letr all the ends thou aim's t at be thj CouDtry's.: thy God's, and TrnthV' : PfJCLISIlEIC 3i l'BqPKlCIOa i ; . St. O.WALLACE, I I 4 4 v NO. ST YOL. d. tiTTTivo Dollars for one rear ' S f paid the timo of subscription; Two Dollars and Fifty CeutsrTTiTnorT detiatios aflertbeexpir&tionpf three niOnths. ICj!! Bills for Advertisements,1 Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, wbeu VMIl.UO, " i O wehav rnnnins accounts. CrSuUcribers failingto order a discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con- va.i ... wishing to renew: anu i m ue 1 tn them accordingly, i . CJ 0 Paper "will be sent out of the comity unless paid lor in advance. . . r-y A,v-rtUfiments inserted at One 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. — 27 December 1855

f mm. i MM FAYSTTSVILLS OBSERVER. Fres of iVsl.ije in Lincoln Counly BCTi.ii i n-r.nr. z . :rrv-.:. rmA N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Ornos At On timt OU Stand: " Oixner Muting OJice." Sign of tJ' FATErrEFILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning Dec. 27, 1855. Tiie Old and New Year. Time is about to close one of his ! multitudinous eyes, and to open an other. The eye now open for the old fellow never sees out of more than one at once has looked upon a good many queer things; but yet the gene ral course of events has been the same that he has constantly surveyed in his march of six or seven thousand years. Men have lived and died, and lantrViprl anrl ivonf q tVioxr Vinvo rlnnp : i . ' a li- i it a promote freedom, the other, that its nearly ever since that big ball, the ' , i ! . r principal missun is to extend and sup world, was cast by the Creator out of;1 , the raw material of chaos. The can- Port slave and adds: ses of these results change and vary, . remains for the people to de . . u cide, at the...

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 December 1855

TV- "f- Fayetlenlle Observer tree of Postage in Lincoln County! TO ADVERTISERS ! (KT-TLe POST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS is published in the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper having the Largest Circulation! 31hrd; (Elwfion 1856. SHERIFF LIXCOLX COCXTT. . OT We are authorized to announce Mr. Jolin T. Motlow, a candidate for Sheriff ' of Lincoln County, at the next March Elec tion. ffcJ'We are authorized to announce Mr. "Wiley 51. Alexander, a candidate for Sheriff f Lincoln County, at the next March KlerHinn- 03" We are authorized to announce Mr. Ms cruse, a candidate for sheriff or; Lincoln Countv. at the next March Election. crarrriT court clerk-t-mvcolv couxtt OT We are authorized to annourtce Mr. R. ' S. Woodard, a candidate -for Circuit Court Clerk of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. .. SC3We are authorized to announce. Mr. Jnrae It. Cliilco.it, a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Lincoln Cou...

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 December 1855

! I i i ; r i i i )t Jfannrr: MAKING HAMS. As this is about the period of the year when most families lay dotcn hpir mat for winter use. a few susr-;Vl gestions on the subject will bo accept-;ment Wp fn imnv. ' ,r' , xi. : .W TlWor. l,ll ror- 1'OUK hams vnen me ucti is n?rfrctly cold, after being killed, it is -day or night, and may be seen kissing r ;ady to be salted. The salt should : each other, or enjoying a quiet siesta bo of the best quality solar evapora-jtogther, as much satisfied with each tl. rrnnn,! fine. is. perhaps the bestioth as if rally engaged, and the kind and to every pound of it oncjkw days set which is to make them' ounce of fine white sugar should beu or. one nair or ieainer. as added. The hams should be laid ; upon a table or bench and every part carefully rubbed with this salt; then they should be laid in a dry tub until the next day. The same operation should be repeated every day for four days, taking are, to turn the hams in the tub every time they are lai...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 January 1856

" , . -- ; - 'v ' w. -V'lW . , 7 " --,- . . .. . - , . , ' ' , - , . t -. . - ' . - t t ,i f ..- ! , ,, , . . . . j - .... . a- s v - . a , v . - . -. -t ..- - - - U. : . . . f. . ,: v. v .! ?;. . . . .' ; . . . '. . , ; , r , . . . , f - 1 ' ? ' ; v' : ' ! ' ''-' - ' ' '" v : ' ; : ' - 1- n.o..! ;i vi:v ; ; ! i:r ':".e; ei.-J.! .i.. '...-s..', c.n;y;r.!.Vv :firrvr.; I " : .i-:-.l!;-'.:fv: ' tf01?'! .',! ' ' ' ' ' ; .. . . , . . , ; . , . , V" .--I'-y. x f ... - . ' . , : .. ; ; , ; ; ' 1 - - - ! -' 1 - 1 . ' - - ' ' 1 11 : -! I 'i '.'.'. :';''' -' '. ' ' ' """ ' ........ t it ' I: . I , I II i t- It i) if. U J A N Il A It V V ; 1 0 . . 1 a 5 0 . P A Y 1! T T E V 1 1 1 E :, T E X N : ; T ii D R S D A Y ; , WHOLE KO, C7TT Dollar for one year if paid at thetimo of subscription; Two uounrs and Fifty Ceiit,"m'iTHODT detiatios f tcr th e expiration o f three months. lniu for AdTertisements, Job- WorV, or Sttbscription, considered due, when contracted, except against those with whom we ha...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 January 1856

FAYBTTEVILLE OBSERVER. ' Fre: of Postage in Lincoln County N.oT WALLACE, Editor. Thnrsi;t7 Morning Jannarr 10.1856 , INSANE HOSPITAL. OmcR At the $ime Old Stand: Sign the is composed of the Southern Know.ional proceedings. It O'jiereer Printing OJke." j t ' -- Aothiugs and 6 or 7 of the Know 'place in our' neit: r.iiui lhi illl, i iiuw. Nothings from the North. He is an Washington Citt, The biemml report of the Trus-;.. tees, and officer of the Tennessee ,Nothing) aad wish the Richardson Hospital for the Insane made to the !meQ to hep them to do M!to heJp Legislature, has beeo published, and thm defeat Qae of tLeir Qwn to Taze. W.Newman, E,q., of thej0Ter whoae election they iqoiced!--IIouss of Representatives, from Jf jnow Notbing3 ranklia count' we are indebted for . really anxious to defeat their Northern a copy Know Nothing brother, let them do A lucK.oi junas Das prevented tho completion of the superb struc- . i.:u i u,. 7 a farther appropriation is asked fori that purpose. The...

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