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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 March 1857

Fayette vtll e :0 bservci- Free of Postage in Lincoln Counlj THCnSD AV.MAKCII 12.1847.' TO ADVERTISERS! (& Tha POST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS is published in tho FAYETTEVILLC OBSEKVER. by authority of an Act of jCongress, which provides that it shall appear in tho Newspaper having tho - Largest Circulation! ust '(Blrrtion- 1B57. STATE PES AT K LINCOLN AND FKAXKLIX. fjT We are authorized to announce Joel . Jones, Esq., of Lincoln, a candidate to rep- ' resent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the i Senatorial brauch of tha dcu Tennessee.' . ? . . , f At one 0 clock. Ex-President l-sW"" ' you wul find the propnetorsto beipierceandthe FrJdent dect en. rwS rh0 dea! .n accordce!tered and proceeded with the Senate, M. Uavidnoii, a c.indidatofr Joint Rcpre- with tho strictest principles of bon- Supreme Court, Foreign Ministers Mutative for Lincoln, Giltw and Marshall coun-' .."j ' , Atfsore fnfU Mcf P k tie in the next legislature. REPIIE9EKTATIVK MXCoLI COPNTT. . 07- We are authorised to ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 March 1857

, Chinese Sugar Cane. At the regular meeting of the A xnerican Institute Funner's Club, on the 17th iast., Mr Hyde iiretented xi sample of molasses made from this cigar cane, and tie f.Uowiug ac count of it, by Mr Iluley who made it: : : . :- , ' ." .. G cotox Centb e , Go a., Feb. C, 1857.' CLERICAL WIT. occasion, a' On a certain occasion; a noted inQdel borrowed a sum of money from the late R-v.'Dr. Lanthfop .of West bpriogfield, Mass. When he .- . a . came to pay it, be inougntr t pose the doctor by an argument. .jiora the Bible. 'You ought not to take interest for this money, for the Jews were forbidden to tke. usury lVr'Q, nor' said the doctor ') ou forget. - the mulberry; Drug and Variety, I HAVE just received, and keept:bn- stantly pn - handat nirtDri and -PETERSBURG. U NEW FIRM. THEundersigned having formed Sff Dear Sr:-1 forwrd herewilb, Jew8 were ir.de(i forbidden' take uy my menu Air. nue, n sample oi u3ur 0f were tht-ir own people, but; they allowed 'to take usury of the...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 March 1857

F Iff a;i: lil Ji jLLJ nil 1 a. ii If. 4 tN o- Wallace, j NO. 47-VOL. 6. ,fT.Wo ""liars for one vearif paid at h ul,8cr5Ption; Two Uollms kTt Fittf Ce,ltS WITHOUT DEVIATION t Verthexpiratioii of three months. v Ail Ki,,s for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when outra-ted, except against those with whom have running accounts. (KTSubkcriberfcfai'.inp(oordeia discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have suWriled, are con sidered ac wishing to renew; and it will he continued to them accoidingly. C7 Ioljtcr will le sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. iCPAdvertisements inserted at One Dol lar per Square of luelve Lines twit lor vin.ii roi.uiiuiUK'e. iCprcrHona advertising l,y tie year, will bo charged Tliirt y Dollars fora whole col umn. Twenty Dollars for one-halt Ten Dol la r for one-quarter. Ao devia tion f mm thtse trims under any eirrumshtme. iZJc' The privilege of yearly advertisers is 'tridly limited to...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 March 1857

FAYSTTEViLLE OBSS. Free of Postage ia LiacoIiiCoaalY N. 9. WALLACE, Editor" i rncr.Atthe nme Oil Stand: Signof O'uierver Flitting OJice.r- FAYETTE V'SLLE, TEXN: Th Moraine SJarcli 19, 185T Most Juipurtant Derision-? of.- the Snpri'Tiie i:urt- ' : . The Suremo Court of the United States has just made tha most impor tant decision, accompanied by. the most learned and interesting opinion, iu the I) red Scott .casethat has prob ably ever cuunated from'.hat tribu nal. . Tho snbstance of the decision oi the court is as follows:- ' , . ' - .'. . - ' : Tint th restrictive l av of the Mis- Fouii Comjiioniisej it!." rtf rence to tlavriT, is unconstitutional and void. , ' That a Territorial Government can not, m ike enacMii-.iits r- l .Mve to the j HUernionsofexcessiye'rains persoinl properly ol crti2.,ns ot thejand t droutlVl'ad not cmsed V .aea oia es m r.-Oc-rai iermoiy IIIVll n UilU llilv J It I .7 tutu Con;rress its; If po.sSossjs by virtue of the' Coi.slitulion. . .Thatjhe Kjg tl title 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. — 19 March 1857

1- ; Free f Postage in Lincoln Couiily TIIUISSDAV.MAIVII 19, 1857. TO TtJ Kf EbIi b iVLUv (Or Tbe POST-OFFICE LIST OF LUTTKIWx published in the FAYLTrEHLLE OBSERVER, by authority-of .an Act. of. Congress, which trovi lea that itihall appear in the Newspaper having the LilirgCSl (JirCUiatlOn! .... . . tt-f ' (Plnritrrt Uh7 WJl VLiUUUti IQV . BTATK bfcSJATB LINCOLN AKD FSANKLIJT. f 0 We are authorized to announce Joel iri;n ;, Seiulorial branch of the ntxi Teuuessee Legislature n.04TEB liscoln, otLEs akd m ABsnXi.i.. We are authorized to announce Jains HI. l-tvidoii, a candidate for Joint Repre nentative for Lincoln, Giles aud Marshall coun ties in the next Legislature. nEPKESESTATiVK LiscoLv cocsTr. 07" Te are authorized to-announce dipt. tteOf't V 1 1 I'll Ik a mm' i.l ito t.i roirnjnr, t Lincoln coutitv, in the lower branch of the Z00 Lesif turc', xr ICJ We are. author, zed to annonuce Mr. I), w. iioiin';iu, a candidate to rcpr.-s'int( Lincoln county, in tuc lower brancn 01 me next...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 March 1857

ilanajreiiient of Horses. To a m:m who has fine horses and wants to keep them so, the subjoined Lints are invaluable: - It is one thing to know hov to use h horse but it is auolher to know how to take nvcof I'm. A stabled horse needs Ej cci.il care aud attention. J lis reeuinr in jsl b ... i it. is ri'"iiiar, as tut; Hiw.iSureiiienioi ine nuuM. wnen a , change of food is m ido it must be done k . A f. ITTl wilu great ciire, civiog a small idlow-i ance at first, until the stomach be-! corn is used to the change. He must; be cle inud every day; aud when we say j cWcJwemeap all that can he con-1 veyed by that word. A pood curry! COmb. brUah-and mm oilnil ttn;i!pn rlnth . , . .. - - are the utensils necessary. First take the curry comb, and begin at the top of the neck, back t.f the tars, work-; log the hand both ways. Proceed in I this way (ill you have gone over the t-ntire body and legs. Then take both Iho comb and btnsh, s;ud after every cther.stroke. draw Ibe brush a cross t he tee...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 March 1857

'- V v mm ; 5 an 1 I, 1 i ; ' ! O. WALL1CC, J Lt all tho ends thou alm'it nt be ihy Country', thy Ood'i, nnd Trnlh'i." PUBLISH Elt PBOPHIETOU. ft'O. . 48 .VOL. (J. PAFETTEHLLE, TIIM: TflURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1857. WHOLE i0. Ml r i - ! ; J- .- f -1 1 -ill pi- I - ii: :. ' .t Dn for one year if ,aid t ia tim of subscription; 1 wo I'olim "f! Ftft t3at WITHOUT 1-EVIATION tarth.jxpirjtiouoItWe rr.tnulis. . . CJ'AM. for AdvcrtiBime i:ts, ,J.1.. Work, or Subscription, considered ihie.wlicti ontraited, except against thoso with whom hare running accounts. VVsabacribcrsfaiSingtoordcradiscoiithuiance paper, at the expiration of tie time tor which they may havesubrriKd, arc -n- iderod as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them acrordirph-.' 7"lVoIapvr will bssentoutof the county aniesspaidforic ndvance. C3Advertisemects inserted at One Dol lar per Squnrcof Inrlve Linos r L,e, for the first inpeniiHi ; Filly Cent for each continuance. " 1,-7-I-orsons Mrertmng by tl.e rmr wi.l 1 ,.mn. Twe...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 March 1857

FAKBTTEVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage In Lincoln Cccntj 3 -i.. t-V" 'S I I THE CABINET. .: Tbe Cabinet of Mr. Buchanan is Us acceptable to the citizens gener- A Prices of Men," North and South. ! Horace Greely, it ha- been -'shown, IVont the XathtiUi Union and American. BANKS AND BANKING. was purchased rsome :inonths since,! ,. ... , ,. v v aw ' ' w- r asks us to ; publish a list -or all the aas- N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrrtcK 4f $,vneOll Stund: "Sign of tin 4 Oiwrrrt I'riuting OJice." . Narrow Escape of the President . Elect from a Violent Death. v1 About the time Mr: Buchanan re 'ally as his' inaugural address. tamed ton, and illnc prosccutm of the lieraId.'J5ut Jwe : express our U,J r uw -V-"-" . ?J- Vl -'6AU.-l" astonishment at the sm illm-s ion witn ivir. iucnan-m, niso sick, xelary oi oiate, is among toe last i :J u:. .inu via uunu tu ni u ucu, 0i me great nginb wnoee wisaum, Tf,,n-,n.Amn,mW "ireJCUO -.i.Eiuvi., mue, ami PMiiuiwui, unB iuuubuu- vrv l.iro-.. and rmf. tuL :,G.J-...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 March 1857

W.ivntioviUv (Ihcpi'vpr Fashionable Tidloring- J Messrs! J! D. Scott 4 west Free of Postage ia Lincoln Connfj THUItI 4 V.ITI AIICII 26,1857. TO AQUERTiSEilS I tr The POST-OFFICE LIST OF iff-TriAS is published in the - FAYE NEVILLE OBSERVER. by authority of an Act of Congress, which -FnssesAmong the Bankers. - The extracts Appended Below are sidn nf tlm Smmra wcm conscion-, from j he: Knoxville Mercury, of a rovides thai itkha.ll appear in the Newspaper vinz the Largest Circulation! at Birrtion- 1857. ' STATE HI STATS LISCOLX AD rKiVKLIS. 07" We are authorized to announce Jool J. Joiie. Esq., of Lincoln, a candidate to rep resent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the next Tennessee Legislature. FLOATER tltfCOLS, QTLE. Av D M RSHAi.L. 07" We are authorize'! to announce James 91- Davidson, a candidate for Joint Repre sentative for Lincoln, Giles and Mars-ball coun ties in the nert Legislature. REPRESKHTATITE LI!"Ot,f COUKTT. (tfr We are authorized to announce C....

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 March 1857

Transplanting Frnit. Trees. . The desire soon to h ve large trees and to sc tlnm bvmug is very mt lir.il. Most.. p.Tio:is ;:ro then-fure anxious to phut Urt trcts. " Large trees, however, al.v tys b large ro.t, which never cm be taken out of tbo ground wUh.tit being cotisid crab'y injur.d Tip. most experien ced nursery ui2u, th-forc, in all countries, agree tb it tbrilty, 'maiden trees. tbit is one -or two years old, arj by fr (bo best for transplanting. It is sometimes ih i case, thnt a tree, which b is recived all the c ue I that a nurseryman can bestow ca it, will not thrive wellwh:'.! tr.ii?plaiited to a private garden or orchard. Bat bow could it be cxp cted that a tree bhoald thrive wlua the rjots arc cram mid do .vn in a hole just large enough foragito post? Let it always bn boruo in mind thtt iho soil ia which a tre3 is to fruit, cm hardly ever be too rich or too well worked, and (hat agob l fruit treo. will amply repay any c ire bestowed upon it. When trees are received fro...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 April 1857

0 3 f j 1 i T ' '"'jj 25 : el 1 I x. o. Wallace, j "Let all the ends thou alin'st at be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's." PUBLISH Ett & PltOPlULTOU. 4 T f it 49. VOL 6. ff7rwo Dollar for one year if paid at tutim of subscription; Two Doi!:n fifty Cents, wituoct deviation 'tertheaxpiration of three months. JCfAII Hill for Advertisereri.ts, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when oatraiteJ, except against those with whom wo hare running accounts. (O'abscriberEfai 1 iitgtoordera discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which t Im r mar Via v Riilisr'rilwd nri rnti aidered as wishing to renew; and it will be tnemMK ru , i l'aier will besentoutof the coiuitv :jr-: ..i " wt paiu iui in auinni i. IrO-AdvertUeruent. inserted at One Dol- lar per Square of Turivc Line r...tm r. ,1, ..rt milium rom thrtf. term under any cirevintfances. .rictfu ii'nittd to tiie.r mm imvmunte and reaul.tr bulntsi' and the business of nn ad- Tcrtising firm is not cousidored...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 April 1857

FAY E TTEV LLLE OBSERVER Yrti of i'ostage l:i Lincoln County MM N. 0. WALUa., Kditor. ""3SMiaawi5niwi The Foreign Policy of Mr. Lucli-' en an si Administration. - It is aj prehcudod by many on loth sides of tho 'Atlantic, tint the jlim-jgn policy ol tlw prjsjut adminis Jtratiou will lo of not so conciliatory 'ami penc-ful a character, as was that of Iho ia!c President. Particularly ,is this appivhnd;d in regard to dun .i.. u-;u. ...r a- r.- .... ;io arc isinniio inn AiULiiinm. is tat no- Iiotation in Office, It seeing to b understood that under the administration of President rw:c-i,viww.Jw iiiui Ompjwujpm n il'HjilijjIliwI The Richmond Whig ; oa Know Notliifljjisia. '. TransinittiDS' Mouej bj-iMail. A Dumber of our exchanges are The Richmond Whig, the most advocating the adoption of the Brit- system in Buchanan, the whole corps of the ? r, , fc .i- ,!. nn-st-.i lor , . c r u tt i a j. powerful organ of the know nothings 1SU POSslal money order 6! chief Uhctrs' cf the United States ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 April 1857

L2U . tlJ tllL Mlt UIJU r We commend to the particular at-! Vres of Postage ia Lincoln Counlv THUItSDAT. A PHIL '2. 1857. KZr Th POST-OFFICE LETTERS is published in the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of Congress, which provides th it ithill appear in the Newspaper having the Largest Circulation! Colon About 7)00 h-ilps rhlfnn T N pursuance of a decree .oX the Chancery -g f KALES Cotton Twine; 2UtlOU cf OUr lady readelS, a Very fcUiU al ll0al l-3li& CefltS lor miX- nounced at tho February term. 1857 iu the? ' ' - . J I . i C i . a fit. T i .n i r i i a f 1 .1M Btonrh,, , f TW cu wls' oomo line COUOU WW CuTll- " ueniuei o. woomvaru, auurr oi ias. u.d aS-oniuLkOl Ury 00 n , Wise vs. Matthew L.Wise.and other.! will.nn! for the suison. iust received YZiryrr v b-- rhnrMlardhc I4U. day of May.MM 1 - , n-C53 iu;ui iuu lowest (UOtaron. ouor1ors.de to the highest bniiler.ou the preni-! r runrdiino iscsona credit of one and two vears, a 1KAC1 . AUGUSTA TRADE. ciiakcebt sale ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 April 1857

iCIjr liriiirr. . .. r J SfcadeTrtfS Maul Dwellings. AJy wans inrepird to tbeeHVctsof shade Ircs around dwr'liitj'fiic thut, 1 IImiiii 1 tul VoiMsitr A Pmuiooimit got Loose. Au1 uo ' I editor of a i-uptr published u Mad iison, Wisconsin, m an elaborate ar- irument upon the enualit v of mees. to a certain extent, the y do engender ,lre,ts j.j, ,eftdcr to tht following:--taickncas b t this must depend in I "The lp dog ran no more perform a .measure upon lue loet'ity of the the place, ;:3 well as lie in! lira of the tree, producing the slt;id.. A frieud ro.-sidiu in a o'jiirliburifiir county HOUSE! TT HAVE Just rocelved, and keep con- X Ktftiitlv on hand. at niv Driiir andfc' Vnrint o Klnrrt ill . . ,.wV ........... . A, PKTKKSUUUG. a fresh mid genuine unfitly of Drugs, K. the futictio:) ofllie poiuter than the Sulph. Quinine; Bulpb. Morphia; Culomel; Orlenm Ergota-; Mornhia: Protolodurede Mercure till tlofs, and tire Capable of COUltnuni- j Blistering Ointment (in rolls.) ! i: - a 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. — 9 April 1857

"Let all the) ends jlhou aim's t at be ihf Country', thy God's, and Troth's. I'LBLISIIti: & FKOmiLTOll. NO. 50.--VOL. 6. Firl 1857, WHOLE ..NO. 310. X. O. WALLACE, J r ivo Dollars for one year if paid at 'aetirns of subscription; Two Dollar K1 fifty Cetlt, WITHOUT DEVIATION . rtb0zpiratioQof three months. :"C-7AU Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due, when ooo-ifltai, except against inose wnu wnom - w hare' running account. "(O'iJabsoriberaf ailing! oorders discontinuance f tie paper, at the expiration of tbetirao or which they may have subscribed, are con- aered n wishinz to renew: ana it i ce ontinaed to them accordincly. ICjTWo Paper will beaentoutof the county nnloMpaldfor in advance. trrp-Advertusraents inserted at One DOl Ittrpcr Square of Twelve Msies r Lei, for the first inseruon-, rUvit frr continuance. ftr Persons advertising by the year, will be ehud Thirty Dollars lor a vnoie roi .,mr, Tnntf Dollars for one-half ' Ten fl inrs for one-qua...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 April 1857

Free of Postage in Lincoln County N; 0. WALUCEr Editor. cTharsday JIaruiiig, April . 1857 Oae Side Reading. , Wo regret to sue the noithern -b?ncKAii?saneor,istnJ: sig'nof He , iessness of this agitation. Anicle4n- thc"dischar"-o of all his dutios, was ! mitting the jcnme of polygamy. WMreLzr Vof the Constitution provides as aQ ornament to the church, to Ma- Sprague's counsel stated to the FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: . , T C sonry, and to society. , $ . 4 c Upuolxan journals, Diving priotcu in advance a copy of Judge Mclean's opinion? on the Dred Scott - case, tirive that dissenting opinion alone with no intent of giving the opia- purposes as a part of this eoustiiu '.ijrts of the Judges that decided the jliou.when ratified by .the. Legislatures r-easo. ; lleadiug und writing, we "re- of three-fourths of the several States, peat, are but curses to society when or by conventions in three fourths -they ara'used only to half-educate thereof, as the one or the other mode - man, aid to create on...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 April 1857

V- ctteville Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln County TIIXKSDAY. A PHIL. 9, 1857. TO ADVERTISERS I ftJTTk POST-OFFICE LIST OF BETTERS it published in the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of Congress, which provides that itshall appear ia the Newspaper ihtring tbe .'' - Largest Circulation! flngost (Elntion 1857. STATIC HESATE LISCOLK ASD FKAXKLIX. 07" We are authorised to announce Joel J. Jones, Evp, of Lincoln, a candidate to rep resent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the Senatorial braucb. of. tha next Tennessee Legislature FLOATES LISOOLS, GILES ASI MARSHALL jT W are authorized to announce James i m . . . . t . . p T ' a r ' M. 1m vidsoia, a candidate for Joint Repre seatative for Lincoln, Gila and Marshall coun ties in the next Legislature. REPKESESTATivE us com couktt. 07" We are authorized to announce Capt. (eorge r, Ileoit, a candidate to represent Lincoln county, in t.ht lower branch of tho next Tennessee Legislature. . 5CT We are authorized to announce Mr "c...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 April 1857

BOTS IN HORSES. Bots ars the lame cr maggot cf a t peciea of gad-fly, that during the months of August and Septembsr de posits its oggjdo themana, shoulders and other parts which tha r.nirn.il is apt to lick. . Theso .czz-i are rcebr- difcg to eornV writers, imm?ui:itely h itched by tb hc.it and moistura of tha auuth, tad are conveyed withigofia f jo i iuto the stoci icb, where they fasten themselves to the rniw, cr in fusible coating of tha stopjacL, Ly mians of a couple of small hooks, cr claws vriih which thy aro furnished. As long us they rt mr.ia here thy r.re not an iniurv to the horse. On the contrary, some writers contend thut thuy are a bsn-iSt to bin, but in what wy I r.m uuabh to s.iy. When the majgots beccma. fully grown they ecrr.etimes attack the sensible cor.t- irg of the stomach, and often eat through it ai:d destroy the life of the tnim-d. " This is owing to the dir-;or-dtn d state of the digestive organs, fur when these worms -hive attained a certain size they loos...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 April 1857

v - . . ' - ' J - "'...,' -, - -' 1111 Si 7 -ifcb a Iji- Eil: jgJU : fc3 ,E3r EJI "sJ. ; fcJl F-J F--U1 IJ -j, - - ' ' - " ' ' - , . . ' J.lilJi mil i mar. rr-;r m.jpx:i mi -iwm sa arr- ii , , t i " . x i ' 3Bsa caac i - j 4 ) X) v. WALLACE, f. NO. 51. VOL. 6. IWTito Dt4Iars for one year if paid at ',. tints of subscription; Two Dollars J Viftf, Cents without deviation Wtaesxpiratiou o f three mouths tE7kAll B4IIS fof Advertisements,, job Work, r Subscription, considered due, when " wntraoied, except against those with whom w hare running accounts A I.,. . , , .. u hi.r..n.r .k t.t.. Tniration of th timft ration of the time ubscnbed.arecon- f aioh thay may have sub " sidarad at rshin2 to renew - I ew; wait wm oei aimnea to tnem accordingly. Paper will beacntoutol tne county j tC3Adrertisement inserted at one Doi- lr persqiu.re of -I ri Liues . . fr: ir . i or ina ursv inreniuu , . ... : Con t for each cputirnance li-JPeraon mn advertisins; by the year, will be id For It Dollars for ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 April 1857

THE COMING COMET. Lcariied Astronomers Y.re discuss-r Free of Postage in Lincoln Counlj inS tte cometof 187, andthechan- ;ces oi a collision Detween is ana tue (earth, an 'event which has been cqnfi jdently predicted.. .A distinguished . jastronomer' of New Jersey is said to ! urge: thq following objections ts com- The DrciSco.ll Case. The, editor of the Huntsville (Ala.) The -Black . face. Chief-Justice Taney, in his decis V' x''-h ' ctic collisions generally, and the fool- , , T . - i- - W : -;V.--W:.5R ' - . . , . V . ,,. . - - A - S. and Judge-Story ; touching its '-:3 A isbly apprehended colnsion now talk- t u - jed of. particularly.- There, is nothing Democrat, who 'Was present ia the i0Q on the; celebrated Dred Scott Supreme Coort room, when the opin ions of the Judges were rendered in this cascK refers to an important de cision of Lord ; Stowell io Eoglaud, aud 'a correspondence between Lord w. i yv v an tr a "!j1i-V'fc, M"9rs Hnew in th-sc ideabut they may tend or-MtU stmep...

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