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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 November 1856

Fayetienlle : Observer PA at IACfnor In T innnln Ttitnlv w va a vUi.v IU U1UVVIU VUUttll 1,1"' ffi . I 1 1 . - j the negroes in Tipton conntyvm the xnuBSDAY, November 20, 1836 neighborhood of Big Creek,-which ' - - 1 1 s fortunately discovered and quel- TO 'flDlrttTISFR Tied before the purposed the con- UZ H9 rUST-OFFICE LIST .OF LETTERS published in tho' 'TAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authorityof" an Act of . Congress, which brovides thatit shall appear la the Newspaper having ' the . - . Largest Circulation! . A Request Easily Granted, -rOrPersons purchasing articles advertised ourcoiamus, wwi comer a lavorDy mentioning; that they saw the tney saw tne advertisement in tha Fatettefillb OasERVEaC0 fT Advertisements must be handed into the Office by Tu$j latj Morning, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. Neatlv Printed fllnrtls. Constables' and Justices' Hants jnst printed un ior saie at onr ciest cieap. OtTAdvertisenients are inserted in the or der in which they are handed ;...

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 November 1856

1 - 1 be aniirr.'. Checked Perspiration. . 'There are two kinds . of erspira- lion, smsiUe nnd insensible. Wrenjdetol ihe New 0. leans Picayune we 8 droits of water on the surface le,,s lhe loNunins story ol the lifihl of the body as the result of exercisea,n;Jcr in e , , .... . out to men in that Mate: or gubsider.ee of fever, that is sensi-j S)me yrj gJ a m (i nhUwt b! fiurpirititin, perspiration recog-;ramj!j or relations lived in a county Lized by the sense of tight. Hut; in this State, and tvas possessed of when nerfi.iraiion is so ffentle thatit tte " h $5,000. He went cannot be detected in the shape of water-drops, when no moisture can be felt, when it is known to us by a certain sofness of the skin, that is j up an I d.sclurged the administra iiisensible nersf-iration, and is so tfen-; t''. The man relumed; had been tie that it may be checked to a very !' considerablt; extent without special j ' injury. iui 10 use popular language ivhiob CnnnOt be mistaken, When a.J man is 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. — 27 November 1856

, s f 3 k ra I rrrr ! a. 9 - i W. O. WALLACE, "Let all tbe euds thou atin'st at be thy Country's, thy God' and Truth's , i ,r . l'LCLISIICU & PKOFKILTOlt. il r i I: r r NO. 32. VOL. 6. trura Dollars for one veaHf t.m .the tirn.3 of subscription; and Fifty Cents, wit Two Dollars - "riacexpiration of three months. V1 for Adyertisements, Jofc- vorK, orbubscnption.considered due, when confcrajtei, except against those with whom we Qave running accounts. (Subscribers failing! o order a d iscontinuance . of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con-r iuerea as wisliing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. lCJo Paper will besentoutof the county uinipaiuivr in advance. IC7" Adrertisements inserted at One Dol lurper sqrnire or Twelve Lines or Less, for the nrst insertion; Fifty tenii tor eacn continuance. tC7 Persons advertising by.jtha year.wUl 'lih . chwssa ruirty vouars for a whole col- nmn, Tiveiitjr Dollars for one-half, ...

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 November 1856

FAYETTEVILLB OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln County ft. 0. WALLACE, Editor. O'rrioE A ai Old Stan 1: Sign of the " Observer Printing Ofice." r - i- . FAYETTEVILLE, TENX: M - I I Thursday Morning, Nov. 27, 1836. " - -- --- - ----- - Patriotism of liic Bible The following article from the Loa isvilla fold school) Presbyterian pa per reflects so vividly the rinciples we have advocated during the pres ent canvass, that we are induced to insert it entire: 'The Christian who Joes for his country all that the Bible requires him to do will be the highest style of patriot. His religion requires him to love all men, even including bis enemies, and to do good to all men as he has opportunity. He is Commanded to love his country, butj he is not permitted to hate other countries, and to tctir them down that he may build bis own up. He should love his whole country, and not simply the particular portion of it ia which he reside. "It is impossible, therefore, in the very nature of the case, 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. — 27 November 1856

Fayctteyiile Observer j Baat of EastfenBcssee. Freo of Postage in Lincolnounly From &9 Ka?1nie Banner of Thurfidy. - Bank w.East - Tennessee. The TiiCBSDAr,XOTEJiBEa27,i85G Louisville Courier of the 17th, says iquiLe a d.idic was produced in that TO AmfFRTiSS ! city on the day previous by tho re T The POST-OFFICE LIST OF rul lB u IUB luure LETTERS is published in tlie FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER, L. iV ! i t I . a j . . wjr kuiuuiujt ui mi am oi congress, yrnicn i E'-ist Tennessee. The cotes of this Bunk are widely circulated in that city. provides that it sliall appear in the Newspaper j The rumbr IS doubtless incorrect, Laying the ioq.ua "nfrtvmntirtn nf triA Tr'nt ko Largest Circulation ! been received here. The money was : r- 1 taken at all the banks here up to A Request Easily Granted. !veBleraay as ?e unaer8iaDQ . lrom R (ErPersons purchasing articles advertised in AMtu' i'"r, wuu uue caiuuu, auu mat. ior some reason nor connected with the soundness of the institution. If any o...

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 November 1856

- f I 5 CATTLE. In the general mrangemeut of sla bles,;is rt-gftrds locution, cotist ruction. wnriuLh, dryness, veutilhliuu, ko.,l Ihcre U ma.-!, simile, v ;,. ..., J r , , , , J tigt ii some m this latitude: ot both cnttlo ,m.l hores. They j - Philadelphia, October 21. need to he eq ullv wdl bhtllered and Dear SriRiT: In Hartford county, provided fur in respect to r.iiuf, colds, 'Maryland, live two old firmcrs whj and all the iucleuieiicies of the weatb-itave been fistf riends sinco boyhood, ef it this period of the year, aud ind tbough they both have testy dis .. ... 'positions, nothing tas occurred to each c.ass mil warrants generous thfi )Cace md Ijarmony.of their outlay at the hands of its owners. ; friendship until the last year, whan Oa tha score of economy, If prompt-jthoy each happened to own a three ed bv no higher motive, tattle should y oil colt, and each thought their "b Altered. Th0holo subject iown the bcst Taking good , . r crc, however, never to let tneni reduces it...

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 December 1856

I i'i 1 , I i v. 4 k. o. Wallace, j NO. 33,-11, i Tl V "onars for one year if paid ta Ufc - t Buuscnpiian; a wo Dollars 'V fiftjr e,tS.TriTI50UT DEVIATION JertneexpiralioDof three months. wAll I5i,U for 'Advertisements, Job Work, o.r Subscription, considered due.vlicn contracted, except against those with whom 'e have running accounts. , Ojwcwbersfailingloordera discontinuance of tae paper, at the expiration of the time lor hich they may have subscribed, are con siderad'as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. lt3Xo Paper will bescntoutof the county unless paid for in advance. fC3 Advertisements inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Lines or Less, for the first insertion; .TiMy ; cenis lor eacn continuance. Persons advertising by the year, will b." chargedThirty Dollars for a whole col umn, Twenty Dollars for one-half, fca Dai lars for one-quarter. Ao devia tion from (Jiest terms tinder any circumstance. IC7 The privilege of yearly advertisers is fri...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 December 1856

VILUE OBSERVER. Vrt c of Postage in. Lincoln Cofinty N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Office A' the same 0?d Stand: " Ob'crctr Printing OJJice." Sign of the FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: 1 1 n Thursday Horning, Dcccnibcr4,lS56 " - , Keligion cud Puliiics. Thomas Jefferson wrote upon pul pit politics i a 1SJ5, as follows: "It is a breach of contract, depri ving an audience cf the kiud of serv ices for which ministers are salaried, und giving them, instead of it, what they did not want, or if wauled, would rather seek from letter sources- in choosing our pastor we look to his religious qualification, without in juitii;g into his physical or political !t'guias with which wo mean to havo notbin" to do."' j " Tho xew ork Express quotes! frorn a Sunday discourse of the Rev. Dr. Bellows, of that city, the follow ing: "Already our trade with Canada is Hecoming as profitable, as pro uiuen , sure a cur irane wun uie.o South is uncertain, rlskful and an noying." To which the Express rejoins A pulpit Sabb:;th disc...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 December 1856

J" ! 1 t': :i -v. V II! i! A. IV i 1 i! i- ; Fayetteville Observer " p " r Y" 'r ' . - - - Vrcs f Postage in Lincoln County 4 Tl I U It fc t A Y, DECEMBEK 1, I85C TO ADVERTISERS ! (T The POST-OFFICE LIST OF - LETTERS is published in the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, j authority of an Act of Congress, "which provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper Laving the Largest Circulation! EST" A Request Easily Granted, $ fjyPersons purchasing articles advertised in onr columns, will confer a favor by ment ioning that they saw the advertisement in the Fatettevillb Obsebveb9 ACf Aavcrtisementsmustbo handed into the Oince by Tuesday Morm'nj, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. Neatly Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed waJ tor 6ale at our desk cheap. rryA 1 rertisements are inserted in the or- 1 V- . i i a i 1 i i uur m u.cu mey are nauueu ?u. The Franklin Fair The Franklin County Agricultural tind Mechanical Society, held its first Annual Fair at Winchester...

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 December 1856

Frost as a Manure. We know of ro treatment so ben eficial for almost every cities of soil ui.it ol throwing up land, in mr- . , n row ridges, in the fall or early?. in-j tcr. Th.-ro are some rmtcrials which can le in:le s;Y;a!ibIe to plants by Hie combined action of air and froi Take two r.lc;ts of hravv soil side bj 1 , , . - - ,. ' fid.-, and let one lie unmoved till fpnr.g, while the other is deeply ploughed in autumn, and tha result v.iil be very visible m the fprirg crop. But the manner of rWhin" is im-!ne (ortant.. To secure the greatest pos tiblo advantage, a single furrow should be thrown up, and another back fur row directly upon it, to as to pro duce a high ridge, and another ridge is to be rnndo iu the same manner Trith a deep d.d furrow between the two. The process is to bo continu ed thus through the field, so that when finuJird, it will present a surface of high ridges and deep dead furrows, luccecuir.g each other, about once in two or two and a half feet. If pre pared...

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 December 1856

if. - as 1 J- ; i -it .v. i! t 111 JJJJ 7 A -V 6 P." NO. SHOL i IThto Dollars for on y ear if paid ta ' tne lima of ubscription; Two Dollars Uf!'t'rjr e,lts WIXOOC DETIATIOK aitertheexpifaiion of three months. ,CAI1 Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, of SaWripti6n,conidered due, when coutra:tel, except agaiii3t thosa with whom 8 have running accounts - . U-twcribersfaiUngl ooxAera discontinuance -'f ta Pper, at the expiration or the time . tor which they may have subscribed, are con-i diderod as wishing to renefo; and it will be continued to them accordingly; "-" lCJJXo Paper will bs sent out of the county uuiesspaiaior m aavance. - IXTAdvertiaemonts inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Lines or Less, for the. first insertion; Fifty , CeatS for , each continuance. - tCP Persons advertising by the year, will bfl charged Thirty Dollars for a whole col umn, .Twenty Dollars for one-half, Teu Dollars for one-quarter. Xodevia f ten from these terms under any ctrcumstances. ICJ 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. — 11 December 1856

"! TV ft t - ' .. '" i AlS'l'MILLS OBSERVER. Fr of Postage In LincclnCoastj 0. WALLACE Editor. OmcE J l.W a)j ,OM Stml: ' Signof tin - " O'jKToer 1'rinting Ojfwe." FAYETTEY 1LLE, TENN: limM "Coaaties aad Coin'tj-Seats. At the request of "A Subscriber we give below a list of the Counties ia Ten nes3eej wi th their - Co n ty seats, ; and the Population of - the County-seats. .We thank'A Sub scriber'1, for tho- suggestion, .as, w,6 are sura' the uiblicatiba will prove tv r - - Tribute of Respect .' At a regular meeting of the breth ren of "BoonYIIill Lodge No. 161 of Ancient .York Masons, held Nov., J 4tba Ai Ii.-.o856,and A. D. 1856 tbe folio wing" proceedings were had ' Weeiieas," by the "will .of our all wise Creator, our wor thy brother Samuel rLi- iUODbs has. peen Called matter cf interest and convenience' to many of our readers Counties. CouDtv-SaaU. Population Thursday Morning, Dec. 11, 1856. f n i 1 t " Negroes, Insarreclioa?, &c. ! The papers throughout' Middle and West Te...

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 December 1856

Fay e tie vi He Observer Fret of Postage in UacfclnCountj n im ii , ' ' TULUIDA Y.DECHIIEEIt 11, 1 56 TO r AOVERTl! IS"! RS! w , T Tha. POST-OFFICE LETTERS U published ia the LIST. OF FAyETTEVILLE OBSERYR, by" authority of an Act of Congress. which provides that having the wovides ttat it shall appear ia the Newspaper Largest- Circulation! A Request .Easily Granted, OertOTM purchasing articles ad vertked in our columns, will confar a faror by mentbairg, that .lhey (.aw . the .advertisement ia the - FATETTETtLLK ObSKETEEJQ V. i 07" Aaverikementsmust'behatfulodintothe OSice by 2V lay Morning, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. , i - - - i. .(ttTAdvertiseiaamts are inserted in the or- ,r ia vuusa they are banded .a. . President's Message r. The last message to ConWess of President Pierce has been received. Few people peruse Ench-docmnenta. nderof all in good faith all through, jind yet nothing could bejuQt bis rrierij having mQ VfQ end better calculated than such a perusa...

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 December 1856

A Yankee Woman's way of ila- ; ling Cheese.-; , : . I Ime Lad soon twenty; years ek-p-rienca ia making cheese, ancl send "yo'V my rovthod: ..To make, good 'cheese: th-.rj sire several -; rales-to be "obsei ved: first, evrvvtliing to fye used m the business thouid be. kept as J tweet and clim us' possible. --The 'iiiglit's milk should . ba Strained iti tin . or br-Ts k -.-ttles, .and huug io a sweet - cbnl place, as milk will absorb impurities.- IilIIw momiug it should be warmed ami mixl wilff the jcnorn ingVmilk, iayoar tub t or "whatever you' make your cheese In. When ready Tor the renoet, the temperature . should b2 from 80 tV 84 dpgra s 7 1 Put.ia sufficient rennet, to coma in : forty or -fifty minutes; cover' -warm. tc- -prevent the er:iiii from rising. j When tW curd will not adhere, to .-your finder; then cut it with a long knifli severed imes across; let it stand fifteen minutes; then- take ;your. dip per rand.turn the curd gently from top , to. bottom; lot.it remsin - fittee...

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 December 1856

K. O. WALLACE, J "Let all the ends thou aim's t at be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's." rUBLlSIIEK & PKOPlXJIITOIt NO, 35. VOL. 6. ,CTrlir0 "0,,ars for one year if paid ta ttte time of subscription; Two Dollars nnieifty Cents, without deviation .aitartheaipirationof three months. ,CA1JI Bm for Advertisements, Jol W or!c, or Subscnption.considered duc.when contra ;te J, except against those with whom we have running accounts. CCriabscribersfailingtoordera discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of the time . for which they may have subscribed, are con- tdsred as wishing to renew- and it will be ' continued to them accordingly. IOAoPa!cr will besentoutof the county unless paid for in advance. lCJA.lvertisements inserted at One Dol liirper Squareof Twelve Lines or Ls, for the first insertion; Filly Cet for each continuance. tiU Persons advertising by the vear, will h charged Thirty Dollars for a whole col umn, Tvetjr Dollars for one-half Ten Dollars for one-quarter. Ko...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 December 1856

c nx b o acicf tViEcaealiw: Eat fa: " A-kJU violence or 01 or- . - 1 i- r-; oracuou ov iw, pertia- jall-sufficient guardians of ;ulUJ!; wwaa ironvtirarto- bnw, 'rights; and to suppose "that " , " " " ' owarrea, oy jnc r..-medy, -m due season, an fcJCJ means is v:r. avail'ib! o . !.,. . , . jiHciaeiiw oi cava urcuuiii, is co the circamit.inc.2S r -quired; and noth- ros2 them to have ceased to bo 7,. ' 4 I w' !' tp jbie ol selI-governmnt. The Presi-iit upon the consideration of Congress, auc. tnegm,ra! penc, of: th, Utrion. jdont of th United SfcaW has not j The amount of eduction, as well W-yemp. oi a pirt oi ta t inhtb-p0wer to ir.tcrpos., in elections; to see! as the manner of effecting it, are qucs-1-ia.s o. t.i- l-rrtofv U erect a-fto their freedom, to canvass their volitions of great and general interest; it a iTiyo.tu;-.Ki.iry rn-i:n:ra.-nt, though !or to pass upon their legality in the -being essential to industrial enter sod..eus.y eiiv-rara.-d and suppu. Territories any nior...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 December 1856

lias only enacted a law, during the last year, winch levies a tax more man' tnree dollars on ever the various depart aedts of the gov pound ot miil matter i bat crosses ernm9nt,and of the great branches the Isthmus: Tlis sum thus rcqui- of the public service, civil and milita red to be paid on the mails ol the!ry, in order to speak of the inteili United States would be neatly two 'gence and integrity v which pervades millions of dollars nnnualJr,' in ad-( the whole, would be to indicate but ditiou to the large sum payable imperfectly the administrative con to the Panama Kail Road Company. 'dition of the country, and the bene- 11 tueOMiy objection to this exac- lion were the exorbitancy or its amount, it could not be submitted lo by the United States. The imposition of it, however would .treaty obviously contravene our with Ni;w Grenada, and infringe the contract of that repub- lie with the Panama Rail Road;to the bloodless conquest of the Company. The law providing for continent; th...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 December 1856

Fuyeiier.IIe Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln CosnTy T4irD iV,DECE."?inCIS 18, I85C Ed ADVERTISE The POST-OFFICE LIST f.K ITERS'. published in the ' - ' FAYETTEVII.LE OBSERVER. W 'lth-ntV nS -ftn. Act nf riiinirrocc n-VinTi prrt .i les fti it it shall appear in the Newspaper1 k iving the I Largest Circulation! es . OF .1 UCqtlCSl LaSilJ Ur.intSa. rf , "teuccts, ami, withal, very cheap. ' ..i , r . .. . liHihins, common and fine Candies. a superb ur column, will confer a favor bv mnntioninr ort;i r vr n- r T T-7T F, ii . , " . - article of . euding Candy (verv hifalutin.V that, th;v s.vv the advertisement m the j - Vi n-- v - - I " is useless for me to enumerate the differ- - 1. T" 7" I , , ,. , i crit kinds of Cigars I Lave on hand. I have r.itA ,Iin:rem,?t8m,lSt handed mtothejtbcm ranging from the Cuba Six to the finest .HioB ,y (...i.nj.ro insure an appear - anco iathe following Paper. D7" V l9rtjm-nti are inserted inth dr iu which thev ani handed n. or- . Neatlv Prinlnl Blanks...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 December 1856

:P;II W? if if lh 111 - k' k' 4: MM j''- i:i ' .'ill, ;'Jr :;:s:, :'-i::;;.t:i '! ' U e i e e i ' - ; L ii -J. JJJiJII s Je i U i 3 1 ic-i B ''.' ' ' ' 'r ' j V . . i . '' '. ' ' ' , ' ' ' ; ' : , '. . t-- , , ;-t i . :. ,'. .; :,: . " ' - " ,JV.O.. WALLACE, - ; ; "Let all the' ends thoa alm'st at to hf Country "... '.' ' ' .' PIIBLIS11EB VBOPltliiT'OlS.'' t' '-n ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' - 1 ; ' , , " ' ' i . . ' ' - - . -' f " 1 t , o. NO. 36-11. 6. IC7r nr Dllars foroneyearif paid ta taatimi of aabscription; Two Doilnrs ' I fUly Oe.ltWITttODT DETIATIOH ttjrtheaxpirationof three months. t::A,l "Bills for Advertisements, Job-Wrk,-or Subscription, considered due, when co jtraHeJ, except .against tho8 with whom liive running accounts. I'Moribersfailingtoordera discontinuance of the i piper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con- idarel as wishing to renew; and it will be oonlirjaed to them accordingly. ' ' lCf".'Vo Paper will be sentoutof the county tm'ess p...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 December 1856

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. : Free of Postage in Lincoln Conntj N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. years, build tbe Pacifio . Railroad. How long wi" ur people close their Spiritnal Bctelations. .The New York Tribune publishes a eyes against the plainest troths of' ' - .n t iw:- 1 v tt r " communication lrom one. ,G. B r,uwl -"OW long ..WUJJnih. Tia.t;, n o-ivln rn m inrpr. fhrtv nm ..Ulli: i-..:. 1 j yt o n , r.t UJU . auuutjuu traitors auu thieves to plunder them with impa wn? In the 1 words of Cicero to me, "How long, how long shall tbey nbuse. our patience?" iVV Y. Lampaga Democrat, eating statements of recent revela- OUR BANK-NOTE LIST. As several of our subscribers' have expressed a (Jesire for our Bank Note ist, we give it a place below, revised Office At pie tame Old Stand: Signof the 4 Oimrvet tnnlitui Ojtce." J FAYBTTEVILLE, T.ENK: Thursday Morning, Dec. 2J, 18J6. The Ucdergrficcd .Railroad Wlial 1 it Ccsls the People of the North. "We find the following article in the ''Spirit of tho Times...

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