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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 December 1857

"If K U i i ' it r. Favetleville ObscrvR!;?'. Met"- v a Free of Postage in Lincoln Coanly . '' I '. ..,:,.. ... - , AD TRTNQ 1 ft?- Th&'-PnsT-nwrfiK published jn the SHorrtj ' tElrrtion -1B58; 6HKItirr-LIOOLH COPSTIT, FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, j ther Juiivho wascojnbg up be. by authority of n Act if Congress, which ! httrr, iMtHvT)'. meihipmaet ten-M 'UhU PIr tUewfjThe other saw us instantlf -?Wt .was tr Uncoln conntj, at the March Elect'on, 18it riftges WOVed on dmOfit 8S easily as ' fjST Wo re autbarizpd to annonnce . Jlr. f;f ' . . TFiley PI. AlexaMUcr, a candidate for H nothing had happened, llo ma. SSfl853!C UatJ, ? V:Mrj?V :te in tW great highwayiofiife - ' crVT autWuedto nnonnc a. J. might men,1. hjjb'ToDe'aoother. wifh- Lincoln county, at tha March Election, 1858. mrr-mr rouBT cLr.im--M!coLs coevrr. -; fr7- V are utlnized t ennouuee Mr. Vnl Inclr. a car.didat lorinntv .inrturreu, fcouvu iuiuro, ui ui.r Kiaqueaa Clerk of Lincoln count, at the March IptoToktht the expqnsq tjf...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 December 1857

, - r.. ..-. - PETER SBUJRG. pr6fessioKl. Z. .n .1 '4 ,'; H r : i t V i I! i i i ;! I! Making Wine from Grapes; -. A correspoodent ;f;tha Sooth era Cultivator- gives the following directions" for 'malting' win': ' My procesi,for " m ikirig wines is uiuerent; from that follower! io the J west arid in' Georgia. The" crHpes being gjihcr.d nnd all uasound" or greeu berries removed, - they' are thrown Jnlo lrge tubs,or half bar rels, nt! I !crou!i y crashed with the hand; 1 he contents are then emptied into large. vats (hogsheads,)' which are filled to 1 within fourteen inches of the top; rover these with home spun and boards, to. keep out gnats' and flies, In a. very short time fer mentation commences;' the mass ftwells ami rises . to, the" : top, and should be pressed down with a wooden paddle, two cj three" limes f er day. . - .1 .- r v.' , . uru jrcia use auuei uear iue mioi - torn, nnd poured in a barrelwhen no more juice comisouf, the mass.: in the vai is inen carnea io ue press,iw...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 December 1857

it .. J. r .4 . v - - fn U U 'J m 11 - ' nr."1' IP P ffe i i .. , " - -i . ; r. mi'.' . i -1 i t .-. ! ' ' ' ' . .. R. . WALLACE V;'-, V ;. iri t.i i - ! ' 1." J "Let' Ail the1 end thon ft I in t, at ta r flaw tfAuaalw'a ' i;'7. thy God's, and Truth'. ' PUBLISHER & riXOPKIETOU; NO. 35 VOL; 7. IV . I. FAYETTE mm T R N IV Oir? C7Two Hollars forone yearif faid at the time of aubscriptionjTw Dollnrs ail VlftJ CeatS,WITKO(7T DEVIATION; . aftar the expiration of three montlis. j 1QT".1.I1 Bills for ..Advertisement, Job Work," or Sabscrii'tion, coinidcrcd dae whea contracted, except against those with whom we have ruunina arconnts. : C33abscribcn failing to Order a digcontinr ! uanceef the paper, at the expiration of the time for which ther roav have are considered aa wishing to rene wm be continued to tnem acco lC3iior Paper will be eent ou count, u nlesa paid for in advance. OTAlyartisementf inserted at On Dol lar per Sqnnrc of Twelve Linen .. or Les,foT.thc first ineejllon; rily . ....

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 December 1857

VJ;V -iC.. !f!-1 J-.-. uesm Central America Would mnst probably, ere this, have been adjusted to the satisfaction of both 'partie-i. The lime spent in discussing 'the meaning of the Clayton and Bulger treaty would have been devoted to this praiseworthy purpose, and he task would have been the more easi ly accomplished ftecatiso the interest tic j t. itesod Per winch weri ex- tween :h sa, tts re chasr' i rX: Car. tabtlncrle- on- the lGth t T ' z?.z, 1C5T, and the treaty was '':' 'iizied by the President on the oT August, 1857; his treaty; it is' believe d, will prove be n eficial to American commerce. ;The Sh th has manifested an earnest dispo- of the two countries in -Central sftion to Cultivate friendly -relations Ameriea is identical, being confinedtwith oar couotry,nnd has expressed a 10 securing sale transits over all tne routes across the Isthmus- ; . . ; While entertaining thse senti ments, I shall nevertheless not refuse to contribute to any rvnsonabhj ad justment of "the Cen...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 December 1857

HOGS. THTJKSOA Y, DECEMfnEBai. 1857 j tfftyctl6villc Observer lsnV:iMtendqi'''At this LI . ,r ; '" ''"- ,A- moinent, in every school in the land, Free of Posture in Lincoln CountYiyoung hearts aro bounding joyously W i .'t.t?r.: if.: ! i - mi. . v . i :. . iu anticipation o. nonuay greetings, . : xoe nog packing season is ogress holiday sports,1 and holiday presents; .ing slowly and the market is of n la nnnumbercd homes, older heads quieUharacter just now, though hogs - l- ... g. r.. ..; may be quoted Irom o to oc net, are discussing the subject of; Christ-: time. ; The -total : numbed mas psents,;Tand meditating a Tisit killed around the; Falls, up- to this it. - i l. J 7"'A.t-' u -i' .11 j ' ' : ': inn nA i i wi iu tuj-buups, me uooK&eners, sou evening, is nine over iuu,uuu neaa. the faucv stores. . ; . ''' . " j with but few left over id pens. The Th Mcnn ; m'fMi f t.I"w .season is very backward, and it is p. .. j s some tared weeks later toaa the 'last. P .- wbicL closed be...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 December 1857

it Vj. f - i r BOTS IN HORSES. " ' Bols oriL'inat from' t.h larva nf O iiuui vua mi in the gadfly, which being depositee the fci'Jcs nod fore txtrermties of iled od the hurse in Ida a! a-e of nits, are licked off by, the jonguVof, the horse, and (has pnFs into tho stoinnch, and fiual 1 nstunitf the' form of u full grovru lot, i.iid when c able of txercis ingua iii.iinknt life, the Itsnve Oie stoiiMcii - their 'natural haluta- uon uy ui iiMiicnWiry passage nud reoturu,. burrow iuto the earth, there umb go u tort of rnetamorphos is, ut qatnng wuig?, and in the turu deposit ints. nod thus iiorpctuale thtir. fpecius..". 1 "' They eelJoui ! do any barm, and while, hi tho stomach they cannot reduce yam, s ii 'generally bupos cd, because ihcj are located oo the cuticuhir diHjioa, a portion pf (ho etoniHch as h'.SQiisibJa us the lining tttfcuibrauca of the fowps gizzard, and if ever found, to have burrowed through tha Tails of the stomach into the ubJominal cavity, they are thero from the f...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 January 1858

u . ' ' -'-rV- V ' . "' "' " " " ' '. " . - - .T '.- - ' .' ' .;-rr.- '..' . - 3 .- . . . ' . .' . ... . . . . . ' . - . r ' ... . ' . . - : ' . - . -. s-z--- v?w.--"'.r..-"--ii-- '- ;: i ; 1 ' , K. O. WALLACE,) v , . , r.: . rr.! : i. I;f t.. ;!- . f - thf 'Country's, hjr God's, and Trulh'." . . , ; ; PUXSLISIIER & PROPRIETO!:; 'vq 7! - V : P A Y E T T V 1 L L E , TEN N : T II U R S D A Y-, JANUARY 7, 1858', I t WHOLE NO. SIS. . ' : I S.. C7Tro Dollars forone yeatif pa?d at , tha tbne of iub8cription;Xwo Dollai-s ' an! fifty Ceut, without detiatios, aftijr the e xpiration of three months. . tCT kU Hills for AdTertisemerjts, Jol) Work, or Sabscriittion, considered uiae X- when contrasted, except agjainstthose with 4, ' whom we have running accounts, 'i' , (ttriubicribers failing 1o order s discontin- aince of the paper, at the expiration or the . titu for which they may have, subscribed, ; .. -are considered as wishinp; to renew; and it ' will be continaed to tbera.accordingly. ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 January 1858

communicated Lia intrigues to ouri Indian" Acents.- lie Las bid "in" a! 6tore of provisions for three . years, which, ia case of necessit yas ho informed Major Van (Viiet, he will conceal and then tafce to tbe mouo taina, and bid defiance to all the pow ers of tbe governn:ent.,, y A great part of this any be idle boasting; but yet bo wise : govern ment will lightly estimate the tffuits which may be inspired by such phien-' zied . fanaticism as exists amoni the! Mormoos iu Utah. Thia is the first jcucinuu wujuu uas eiisieu in our Territories; and humanity itself re quires that we ehould put it down in such u manner that it shall be the last. To trifle with it, would be to v encourage it, and to render it formi- r w w.guv 6 vUvIO fllfcU such an imposing force as to convince would be vain; and thus spare blood. We can in this manner convince them : that we are their friends, not their enemies. In order to accomplish thia object, it will'be necessary, ac cording to fl.A 44timfa nf 1a Vr...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 January 1858

t S 1 '7 (3 I -f tfi 1 t.. V V V i-i .,S s. . -r:-v-v- : If FAYSTTEViLLE OBSERVER; Free of Postage In Lincoln County : N, 0. WALLACE, Editor. Office At Vie $r Old Stand: Sign of tits " UUterver Vrxnttr.g VJice." o . FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: r Thursday Blorcin, Jaanary 7, 1S58 TO A0ERTISEE1S! -03r The TO ST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS is published in tha FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, - by authority of an Act of Congress, which r provides that it shall appear iu the .Newspaper m having tha - Largest Circulation! i Texas ahead Yet r WAXAHiCRiB, fillis Co., Texas, I December c; 1857. Mr. N. O. Wallace: A turnip raised by Lee Smith in this place; that measured 33 inches iu circum ference, eleven inches in diameter, and weighed 8 pounds. Hard to to take down. . .i : ' '- : ' : 'J E. Smith. Pretty well done for Texas, -say we almost as large as Lincoln can raise. But the mode of cultivation, fie 'ven ture, had as mueh to' do with the large growth as the soil apd that was man- ;l UvC KANSAS t r . - i MELANC...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 January 1858

ULVftUUI CARRIER'S ADDRESS OP THE MULBERRY PETERSBURG. PROFESSIONAL. rAIjIiriVlLLEj.UDOl!jnVM. We never love our friend bo well . , As when about to leave them; And worth of moment best can tell Wjea 'tis too late to bs them. ' The flowers preset one-half soi dear la summer beauty blooming, As wheo stern Autumn draweth. near,. , ,- All nature' genu entombing. , . . , . ' , ' The sun's bright rsys the brightest sees , When in the West descending; The sweetest hours of day we deem, Are just as it is ending. " When forced to leave our childhood's home, IU dearest ties to sever, , And wanderers o'er the earth to roam, , ' We love it more than ever. ' Bo is it that the good Old Year, Whose hours so swift are flying, Has never seemed to us so dear , As now. Tie know him dying. 1 Now, that he soon must leave this earth, Our love for him grows stronger, We feel, alas ! too late his worth. And fain would keep him longer, But he may not stay his reign is o'er, ' lie must soon depart to return...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 January 1858

-.. ' , - , ' V - : ' ..- V-..- ' . . . " - - ' - -v ----- .T .... - " ' v , " . ' d ..." ' ' ' ,t : '... . ' o ' - - " , h . .... . , 1 1 ' i ' ' ' 1 ' 1 i . ! t : -. : ''''' ' 1 ' : : . : . ...... ... H 71 , 41 V r: f! 11 .-vs" ICE.1-5 ' 'iJ.Tro Dollars crone yarifjaii at thatima or4ub8cription;Tvo Dullar 5tal PlCtf CeiUSjWITHODTDKVIATIOy, aftar the axpiration of three months. 7111 Bills for AdTcrtiBements, JoL ' ot Subscription, considered due .whan contracted, except against those with whom w ha'e Tunning accounts. 'Tiabucribera failing to order a discontin uance of the paper, attho expiration of the tinw-for which they may have subscribe, are considered as wishing to rene; and it will be ttontinued to them accordingly. Paper will be sent out of the a. i e - .1... . . i ountv unless paid for in advance OTAlrertisementBinsertedatOiii? Dol l.ar per Square of Ttvelve Lliie or Less, forthe first insertion; FKty Cent for each continuance. ' Persons advertising by the year, will be -'...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 January 1858

FAlMilVlLLE OBSERVER. ' 1 --- l rr.suiaud.ii.c: N..0. WALLACE. Editor. Orrrot-- am 07tf &nn,f; Swno tin wwrvtt rnnung ujice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: " "' ' If M . ThnrLiy Morning, January 14, 1858 Losses 'of t lie People of the Uni ted Slates. The wealth of the country lias an nually abstracted From it by .the Bunks of tho Union the following items: , Average non-return and wi notes, $3,000,000 jlarie fi f ITrf) fYKl Increase ra te of intcrerf, ..... .; 10,000,010 . forged pajer,'..;. Wr'r ' ''i id failures..... .-. ..20.QL 0,000 j . ' , : Depreciation and $55,000,000 This foots up the n.u.r:d sum . of fiftv-Gve millions a vpat wl.irK ihfli nuy uve millions ; a jear, wnicn -iMu prople of the Uuitcd States pay for the convenience of a paper car rjccy as muchnsis required for the eupport of the Fedoral Government. The State of Tennessee alone has lost by her Banks as follows, accor ding to a statement made in our Legislature by Mr. Whitthorne: , .Bjtbeiiank of East Tennessee,. . .$30...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 January 1858

-f3 Favetleville Ghserrrri1 ertte- v-L j. Frei of Post-jje la Llacolii County Tl!UISDA V, JAJ UAH'S" 14, 186. fEFAWERTiSERS! fO" The FOST-OFFICS LIST OF' iflrrArJSU published in the iFAYETTEVJLL: OBSERVEBf, by authority of an Act of Congress, which provides tliM itshall appear in tfec Newspaper having' the . Largest "Circitlat ion! . Haftlj ifciion 1B58. PHCUIFF MKCOLS C0U5TT. r t ...w Til - - Jol.it T.Hotlaw. a candidate for Sheriff , of Lincoln county, nt the March Election, 1853. fVr Wrt ra authorized to announce Mr. - Yliley, ffX, Alexander a candidate- for Sheriff of Lincoln . couutv, at .the March Election, 1358. . .'" ftrWe are authorized to Announce A'. J. ChiUltcss, Esq., a candidate for Sheriff oL Lincoln county, at too March Llectionj lba. COCSTT COURT CI.ERK I.ISCOLS C0CSTT. " We are authorized to announce Mr. Paul Ingle, a candidate fur County Court Clerk of Lincoln, county, at the March Elec tion, 1S38. ' - ' , - -v" ' ftir We are authorized to announce Mr. Daniel J, 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. — 14 January 1858

'-'?aiil jrlaeifirii nr MULBERRY. PETERSDUIlGe PROFESSIONAL. Every man; likei to own a good cow, but peoplrtlo not always agree in what consthntea a good cow. borne cows will give a great flow of milk' a" little tvUlc during the v year uncVthen fall off greatly, while others will be more uniform in thur yield of. linik, and hoU that uniformity J .( greater part of the year. It is evident that tho latter is the most 1 rentable, and ' therefore, the better row. A writer in ,nn' exchange pa p r (and e. are sorry that the imme of the paper hns escaped us,) gives Ihe following definite rules or figures as constituting a good cow: "A cow that will avtrnge five nuarts of - milk a day through the year, making 1,825 quarts, is an , ex inordinary .good cow. One that will yield five quarts a day for ten months is a good cow, and one that will av enge four quarts during that tim3 is more .than an averrge quality. That wauld m ike 1,200 q urts a year, which at three cents a quart is $35. We beli...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 January 1858

I si t'-v ' ."5 "Let nil the end thou ntm'st at be thy Country's, ihy Cod's, and Trpti." t publisher & rnorniLToi:. W. O. WALLACE, Tim III 1 jti : IMP w in i 1M " i:i -!!, Al s.i e;, ; lS V r -Ky NO. S8.V0L. 7. CJTvo Dollars forone yearif raid at lite time of aubscription;Tw Dollar Fifty Ccat,WITHOOTBKVUTlO, alter the expiration ol tnree mum. i am imii fn, a ,1 vcrtisemeuts. JOD- pi j -m.il jim - , Work, or S inscription , considered due when contracted, excepi ag-auuM .iu whom we have running accounts. OTaa'usoribcrs failing to order a discontin uance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. lCJ"Xo Taper will le eent out of the count unless paid for in advance. CTA lvertiscmente Inserted at One Dol lar per Multure of Twelve Line, or Less, for the first insertion; liHy - . . r .nntinllHUCfl. - I ve:iis tor e;n- , ICPrersons advertising by the year wnl be charg...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 January 1858

irrcrrrPDTm t n nnnnrm H I I W II I I I II I IU d li I! Free of Postage ia Lincoln Coustj N. 0. WALLACE Editor. Office tfe aane 0? J Stand: Sign oj tU " Observe Printing Ofut." FAYETTE VILLE, TENNi 1 1 i - Thursday Morning, January 21, 1S5S Tennessee Hospital for the Insane. "Wo are indebted to Joel J. ' Jon:s, Esq., of tho $tato Senate, for the "Third Biennulji sports of tho Trus tees, Treasurer, Architect aud ths Physicians and Superintendent of tho Tennessee Hospital for the Insane. Transmitted to the Legislature Nov. 3, 18J7.,, From these reports we learn that the Hospital is erected up- oa a tract of land, containing four hundred aid fifty-fivo acres of land, which fronts unon the Murfroesboro'j0 dotal, d JO. turnpike, six miles from Nashville. The building is in tho castellated style, having a front of 323 feet, with two wings running back at right nngles with tha main building, 210 feet, the height being in part three and four sterics ithout tho basem -nt. There ro 2G3 rooms,...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 January 1858

- i i r - if i i V I i Pajelleville Observer Kret of Postage in Lincola Cocntj 'S'll CnSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1858. ADVERTISER ftir The FOST-OFFICZ LIST OF L ETTEE3 u published in the FAYETTE V I LLE OBSERVER' V.j authority of '.an' Aet of Congress, which Jirovi-Jes tint itshall apicar iu the Newspaper naving . the Largest Circulation! ' L "Bnrflj (Eltflion -1858; . " . 8HEHIFF MJTCOLX COUKtr. 07" We ar authorized to announ ce Mr. Jolin T. Mollou'. a candidate for Sheriff 'of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1858. ftT" We are authorised to announce Mr. .IViioy HI. Alexander, .a caudidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the March . fJrWe are authorized to announce A.J. C"!ii!;licS, Esq., a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1858. . couxty counT ct.krk i.iscol!I coysTT.' OT V are nutiiorized to ar.nouuce Mr. P.u;l luIc. a car.didr.te for County Court Clerk f-f Lincoln county, at the March Elec tion, 1S.i3.' 07" e are authorized to announce Mr. Daniel J....

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 21 January 1858

-Y . H To Have Eggs in Winter. The question is often asked, "Why cannot hens bo made to hy as well in winter as in eommert" They can, to a certain extent; but they require cs a condition, that they be well provided with warm and com fuftuble lodging, clean apartmants plenty of food, pure water, gravel, lime, fine sand; and ashes to roll and bathe in. : . There seems naturally to be two seasons of the year when bens lay; early iu the spring, and afterwards in En m mer; indicating that if fowls were left to themselves, they would like wild bird?, produce two bloods io a year. . Early spring-hatched birds, if kept in a warm place and fed plenti fully and attended to, will generally eemmence laying about Christmas or even somewhat earlier. ; In cold and damp this is not to be expected, and much may, ia different seasons, depend on the state of the weath er and the condition of the bird. It is a well-known fact that,from No vember to February, (the very time when we want eggs the most.) ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 January 1858

.J TV i a -V M II 1 rii "Let all the ends' thou aim's! at be thy Country's; thjr God's, and Truth's." ( publisher a ror::iCToi;. W. O. WALLACE. J u v.- NO. 39.-V0L. 7,' THURSDAY, JANUARY 11 1858. WHOLE m j nil I a ran STjTH J? U If ' i ; BP II I PAYETTE VI LLE TMN - N IC7"Tvo Dollars for one yearif paid at tha time of iiibscription;Two Dollars an 1 rifty Ceats,wiTHODTPKViATioy, after the aspiration of three months. . ICP.!I Bills for Advertisements, Job- Work.- or Subscription considered due when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. (r"3ubscribera failing !o orders discontin uance of the paper, t the expiration ol the tiiaa for which they may have subscribed, are comidered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. IrTNo I'aitcr will ba eont out of the connty unless paid for in advance. f7-A,lvertuemente inserted alOiie Dol l ir icr Sannrc of Twelve Lines or Lcoo, for the tirst insertion ; m in j nu rr rh continuance. i3rerson ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 28 January 1858

-LfJ-H.lH rfragariILMMl i HI 1 1 I I 11M 1 1 f H III j .mjjr ua iin' ii'm'j L i. j'i..ii -" I'--"" , ?V, .. ' " ' .-'- -V.' ' v- ery to maintain, I tqtrally airoid both extremes of the question. V On the one bind, it is contended that all the different races stand upon an absolute equality on the other hand, the the ory is advocated, which excludes; the ngro from the pale of humanity '.'and ranks him among the brutes. Even Montesquieu, the learned and liber al author of "the Spirit of Laws sis an argument in - ivor of negro slaverj', gravely says: -Tb.3se crea tures are black all ovtT and with such n flit nose, that they can scarcely be pitied, and it is hard to belhve that God who U a wise being, should place a soul, especially a good soul, in such a black ugly body. Bat these positions are extremss equally- distant from the truth. The negro.. is simply' an ; inferior ordir of man, Aed ,hen he comes in contact , with a higher Typs, reason and expe dience teaches that his position m...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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