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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 May 1858

F T ill 1 H i I it - i 1 if Af 1 I I. ' r i i i it - :! ,11 t 1 Fayettenlle -Observeriffw-t BIanc ikicrtainrcent . .x.. t ree of Postage in Lincoln Connty TKIKSDAI, HAT J 8, 1858. IBSiiESSriOTICI TO ADVEUTISEBS ! ft5 The POST-OFFICE LETTERS is published in the LIST FAYBTTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of n Act of Congress, -which hrovi l that itshall appear in the Newspaper hiving the Largest Circulation! r7" Aavtrtisementsmust .be handed into the D Hi ce by 2V vlny Morning, to insure an appear, ance ia the following Paper. 0C7Adrrti?ements are inserted in the or der in which thev are handed ;n. EST A Request Easily Granted. 'TPct sons jirchas:s articles advertised in o'i r columns, will confer a favor by mentioning ht thiy .aw the advertisement in the Fayetteville Obseever0 Nr.ally Printed Blanks. Constables' and Just ices' blanks just printed a id for sale at ourdesk diecp. Kail Road Mectirg The stockholders of the Winches ter end Alarama Hail Road Coiapa ny, held their annual meet...

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 May 1858

manual, M Cjje arnur. Cure for Cancers It Ought to be Universally Known. Oar attention has been recently art dab aiitq: - An Incident. (. , A ship was about to start from Havre for America. On board h.i , ;a "ao "ciujtiu wuiunu, uuw caiieu io a cum .m wui-, -haviDg deserted her hasband and ta- of so mucn imporance mat we whu j jjen ber a jjuje y cmbarked to make it known as wiaeiy. as pos- mth ber lover. p?frht months ntro. Mr. The shiD was about to Welsh ftn- T. 13. Mason who keeps 'a music 'chop, when the telegraph brought an . . . , 'order-to arrest the mother and child, store on Wisconsin-street, and a,Tt chanced tbflt lhreeor fouryouog brother of the well-known Lowell Germans were on board with their Mason ascertained that he bad a 'children. The description of the fu cancer on his face of the size of a gitive was insufficient, all these wo- i e f nt hwTir-WnWt. men navinz clear complexions, ana m LFNCHBURG. partially healed. Sber MentiOcation was inconsequence 1 J . ,ivery dif...

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 May 1858

. , . t . . ' . .' . . i - : ml - - jL si fall is fail I 1 3 j i It: 1 . ! ! is L J L a Lz iaLcl -ia s is I e ! I Q - v ... . :. , f - i .. -.i . . . , . , , . . . .. . . -,! . 1 ' . . j ; , 1 4 ! I;. 4 V t i if. ft ? V it' -1 Vi. O. WALLACE, J NO, a. VOL 8. rTvo rIlursforone yearif paid at tha tima of luWrlptionj'a'wo Dollars Cifty Cents, wrrnonTiEViATiojr, fter the expiration of three mouths. tc-Tfc ABB . - a. . -j-n tsuiH tor Aiivcrusemeiits, j ou when contracted, except against those with xvhon, we have rnmung accounts. wCPiltibsarihergf ftilinir t o orler a tliscontm tjanceof the paper.atthe expiration of the - nnia lor wuicu inoy may utio nium-nimi, are consi Jerol as wishing to renew; and it will he continued to them accordingly. ICJJVo 1'apcr will he Bent out of the - county unless paid for in advance. t7" VlvertUementf inserted at Onv Dol lar ter Square of Twelve Linc9 or Less, for the first insertion; Tilly Cents for each continuance. f 1:3 Person s advertising hy the year...

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 May 1858

FAYETO1LIE OBSERVER. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY tn OB N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrnctAtthe $amt 0! J Slant: Signof tit Vbitrvtr Printing Vfice." and fresh men withdrawn,and the col onists left entirely to their own re sources, I hiive .no doubt they would nearly nil take to the bush id live years. Continue these con tributions, and the experiment of A Singular IncidentA Mysterious Letter. The MHysyillo (Ky.) Eagle has the following: v A business house in this city re testing the capabilities of the Afii-.ceived a box of good, out dny Inst can for self-government will still be week, which were niaiiufactared at jiluilure yet ihe colony may exist, 'trie Unio renitentiary, at Columbus FAYETTEV1LLE, TENN: M M Thursday Morning May 20, 1S58 iNegro Colonization a Failure. Too followiug extract wnicn we take from a published letter written to a friend by an officer of the U S. Ship Vinccnncs, dated Monrovia, Liberia, Jan. 2G, 1858, concurs with nil reliable testimony from tho same qaartcr, i...

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 May 1858

' ii FayeUeyillc Observer fty o f Postage in Lincoln County TIIUKSDAT, MAT SO, 1858. BUSINESS NOTICE! TO AIVETISERS! LIST OF fT The POST-OFFICE LETTERS is published in the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of - an Act of Congress, which provides that itsball appear ia the Newspaper Largest Circulation! The Weather and Crops. We notice ia several of oar exchan ges reports of the injury. to the grow ing foods' and fruit caused hy the frost from the 24th , to the 28th April, and some of the papers .'- state that very little injury has resulted.. In bouth and North Carolina the damage has been considerable. Texas Grasshoppers The Galveston News' of. tbe27tb ult, has the following in relation to the destruction caused by, grasshop pers in 'Western Texas: . A gentleman who had just return ed from a journey . thiough Gonzales, IttT" Aa vcrtisemeutsmustbe handed into the Office by Tt(idiy Huming,to insure an appear ance in the following Taper. OAivertiserrients are inserted in the r fler ...

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 May 1858

lmjutl.i lira, miUciintion, U 0muM U iny duty to W fui mlutJ voimiun.Uy to ny h fuw woW iti uMN n W uni;uii.ni Ui'.tt. '1U mM l H la w Mlhlii ttjltt Utf, tUu nVoUiU.'S lo bO(Hl4.ij (.11 villi) T MlO- tf lintBdiH fi i u loy i vj. Wu ltvo mUnl it t.un yu.ua. U oiumiiiHti'tnniJwt. v it tlunll (jUimUly nf frU'tl lOUll to lU fuv Wiml y of U Hiujl- It Ul Olbt mu:UU Ut ili lt0U HU ui tle of low, U uitluuinWii! in it l.iM.nitity Vivify H'.ru.iul of it in tint lljilir.il ti'Uin 1 Mill t ill it.' bUlo MHOO of ilh It r lu- ynaV tiu dmii-r, 5( H'i i'f i;iuit iKoutli, wlnn mm')' oilier cioj' Uvu tmiUlly r fully hilotl, tl.ii u until Ima iuvwiinl'li MtKUtl ft nut font (o U ttuis nf noo" iliy luty, ( n bujuiioi iu,itity, tn tlm lu'iii Utility Avu h; it nl inl v limn uuy nlM Mml i'f iil in wist bimbom it ul'l lit t'vtiii ltlnio (hut Until.. TUi I'UiiliiUik UoUnf our inmiity, ti'lu n llm pub) tU.ilMill, WIHU'laM 1 0HM ltut tlitll) tivi' jt iiin-l-i of tjuotl try liny to tltu now, Mn of lU lltij. lin...

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 May 1858

fnwtfviwarannMt - f rri 1 -.ir riiimnr T .. ... . ..,....,-. -. - -.v-i - ' - :,.;t J -; i ii til ra pff im ; wm iiiiif ffii s ivii lU, i;i j-L ... t is ! i ' Visit ji!--''i iVi!Sa ;;i ; v U ; .LliB - - Vvninrn ; . ii ttie ud llou :aluii ,t le Uiy Country'., iliy od v and Truia , ,? - A V. r ! 5 I V V 15 r KO. 4 -VOL. 8... C7'I,' t;Ustf f prone ytarif paifl at llil Oifiy CIIS, WITHOUT DKVlATlyN, fterthn jxpir:ition of tlrce montlip. JOWU SillU for ArtvorUscYnuiits", Ja W.rk.s or Sabsodption, Cunsulcix-J dne whonnlra6tfll,eirci'ta.2hwt tboao with ' w!i hh we have ruun'ivi'j account. . flr"T..t'irlinrKf ailintf to onler liiQ'intir- iii.icoof the r.per, at tho expiration of lle Mm for which they may bave rtiUrnbe,!, - are o.imi.UreA na wisbiu" to renew, nnd it will ha continHO.i to them cconliny. lr7 l.icr will to sent ont of the cn-nty uulosspawt for in navanre CCTllrirti8mantlnra a,0l, !" I ir p i r i :i i f y I.i iios I or Ln lor tuo rv insciuyu :l!i for cacii oonttnnre. tiPwrsona a...

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 May 1858

JAYmEViLLE DIMM ! OFFICIAL PArEIi OF TUB COUNTY N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrncTAt the tame Old Stand: Sign of tltt Observer Printing OJice." pound of these insects, counted t hern, and found it contained twelve hundred and sixty; . giving him, in rouua numbers, some thing Tike, one hundred and thirty thousand grass hoppers, and yet ho could not see that they had diminished in the least! Another gentlemau has been catching and weighing for the last week, and at last accounts had caught something ike four hundred pounds lain Lis garden, ' In the autumn of 181 S, we learn hat grasshoppers were very cimu-r- ous, and again in the 'spring of 1850, FAYETTEVILLE, TENK: nn Thursday Morning, Blay 27, 1S5S A Ta!e of LineAa .Old Wife in Search of a Young Husband. The Chicago Union tells the fol lowing in relation to an aced bulv Santa Anna. It is reported that Santa Anna )s on his way to Mexico and it is supposed, that immediately on his To the Public, Nashville, Tens., May 21st, '58. We the Commi...

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 May 1858

, - - . . ..... " , . ' V n -if vjM 1! '4 1 I) J V I i t i 4' ;! iv if Fayctleville ObseiTjeriTheFair-1I,dSBPPcrT' - The ladies, of the. .Methodist free of Iostrr8 in Lincoln Ccnntv Church ' request os to return (heir siocere t banks for the very generous manner in which their Fair and Sop- J TIIUliSDAY. MAY S7. 1838. The Empire City at New Orleans-(Winchester and Alabama Bail Money! Money ! RonrK nt JmoriMH VaddiId: 1 .'. I- Com-wTha nriea of corn ia J?5i?40c tj? .- - - i v . ' V ' Search of American Vessels- A- Great Excitement New Orleans, Mij 13. The united States m-ul steamer Empire foliQIHEQQ MfiTIPCf Pertrero attended. We knew thafj City arrived at this port to-day, Hciri OtlUilbOiJ taU E lUt i the ladies would not. appeal in vain. New York, via II nana, and reports TO AD VtltTISEKS ! . (rtT The P03T-0FFI0E LIST LETTERS ii published in the Of Slaves for Sale A reference to our advertising col- in the Gulf of .Mexico, by- .British ftritisprs. Rf i!l ' rnntinnr-i!.-; aih! il in...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 June 1858

1' . . II II. Ill llll Ill I IM I 'f " " 1 A 1 fr 11 II II: SJj Sri ! Il (1 M - j j n In ! In III P 11 I M ilfll . y s i mil i hi B fl- I II I ill It T publish e & niopisiEToir. fj I - ' V?- i 1 ' ' , J f ml K. O. WALLACE, NO. 5.-V0L 8. . ri57xi2 aj.a&s FIRST LOVE. ICPTw Dollar for one yearif paid at "Am I your only and first love?'' thi thna of ialscription;'i vo SloSIwis i j vr:0l,f mrl'm shp rt- uaiPifiyceat,wmiocTi)EviATioB.,Me(;alinglit ed gin as snere after th. -xniratienof tliree months. iCiineuhcr classically mOUlUea DH'W Sr-Twll for Adrcrtisements, Joli- Wrk, or Subscription, coi.siJcred lne when .:ontr;i:tcl except ajaicst those v. ith whom we have running accounts CCT-Viba viiei8faiVinsorderaacontir - uance t i m fr. jr.. ,..M.,i wUhinsr to renew; and it . . will b3 .continued U thera accordingly. CJIV' !:' cr w:U ha cent ftnt of the rrvntr unless paid for in advance. CT llrarfwemant t inserted at OOI I r nrr Sqnuto 1 'i wclvc Live or L;?ss, for the first infeilio...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 June 1858

FAYETTEViLLE OBSERVER. OFFICIAL PATER OF THE COUXTT Scene ia Church iu Kentucky. At a Church meeting in one of "the fasLionable orthodox church s" ia Anderson county, Ky., last week, a clergyman asked for and obtained From the Nashville Banner. The Exchange Bank. While the discussions between the various parties connected with the carrying out of the Free Banking N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Office AlOiefime Oh! Stand: " Observer Printing, OJice." Sign of tie FAYETTEVILLE, TESXz -44- Thursday Morning, Jnae. 3, 1S5S . ... ... 1 NEGRO MECHANICS. We are glad to perceive that some of our southern cotempoiaries aie strongly and very properly condemn ing the loo common practice of teaching negToes the mechanic trades. Their reasoning, in the main, we think correct, although it would Beem unjust to prohibit the em ployment of negro mechanics already trained. It certainly, however, would be well to check the evil for the future, by enacting laws prohib iting the teaching of nny branch of the mech...

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

FayettCFille Observer! r 1 ' -- ' t .' Free of Postage ia Lincoln Counl? TIIUUSDAY. JUKE tt, 1858. TO ADVERTISERS! . ftt-Tfce F08T-OFFICS LKTTJiKSli published in tbe LIST OF FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of (Vnrpsa . wbirh fcrovi les thai itshall appear in the Newspaper Winj the . m 0USfSS JLiaVgCSt VirCUlallOnlm-rockel. At one time, it issaid,! rr A'lvcrtisemer.tsrnusthehandedintothe t) fSce by 7" iay Morning, to insure an appear ance in the following Paper. OCT" Advertisements are inserted in the or 4er ia which they are handed n fjr Kcqucst Lasily Granted. 'TPersonspnrchasingarticles advertised in that the saw the advertisement i the Fatettevills Obsebtercq . . Neatly Printed Clanks. Constables' and Justices' Marks just printed and for sale at ourdwsk cheap. Tulkhema Town Lots Sale A sale of lots, 1) in in the town of Tullahoma, is advertised iii another column, to take place on the 24th, 23th, and 2Cth days of June. Of course, a crowd wiil be in attendance. Tulla...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 3 June 1858

nrmir. Carrot Coffee. Aconespondcnt of the Itural New Yorker says: '3f the carrot be prop erly prepared and dried with cnre by a gentle bent, the beverage made therefrom is in all respects equal tofiVO childrenfull of fua and frolic, the bst Java. It 13 ao a Yankee always ready for .a, joke to give custom as well as a German. Thfl or take, was bantered tho other good old Dr. Tracy, of Middletown, evening, by n Miss of five and ; Ureii n .. , e t ., f , , i'tv, for not taking another wile; no Connecticut, of whom it could be said : ' , , , , &. - 1 , ' , ...... was hale and hearty nnd deserved a m his day, there was none more sue- m;itrimouialQesimate. , Tlie Judge cessful ?in his practice, administered 'acknowledged the fict, admitted the carrot successfully in cases of .that he was convicted by , the elo Jaundice, and pure carrot coffee wasaVenco of his fni: friend, that he had IfWU r,raB,rmt;M hfhu f.r mfwnf. !bn tlus far very remiss, and ex- . ., . , . . . ! pressed contritio...

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 June 1858

v V .1 4 1 " Tr-llllm l Tl l'l nilMnrum i f i - - - r .. ' , - , - - ' ' . ' 1 ' Ov WALLCeV- ' ' -!' ':'Vr:; .'f v- ' MLei all Vhe ends thou r Ods, a.Ml TratU'v, ,: - ,, ,,.-:-c-ji33&j.a - Jhe "Wife's ' Doweiv C3Tv Dollursforona yearif paid atf . ,' rr thstime of '.3criPtion;Two Delias ..Everybody vihQ. . knew . John ;Gor; sm.i.FiftjrCtttitsj-wiTnoctDEvfATjoN, un,vkuew LiniJo .be one of the Vatk, or Stti8cKptjt)n,cor.aered, dne.'tbat ever. Was -permit tea to. valk.ta?. ' when contrasted .except ajpinrt osewitU Leal1Jj ' JJjs l,rotBpr Petcr.waS Dot a ij .-Tr-iirm? io order atliscoTititi - dancooXtlie paper, atine expirauontM wie mat jneauaeBS rau m iu inuyu v me are comidercd as wveVuigta renew; andit?. - f '-S'' - 5 i V - JnM 'lLnlitothem accordtegir.a -i John was pretty well oE 60 .ar.M CJ-N paper win. oe.-eein. oiu.ui r.nnutv n nlcas raVd for in advartcc tfir LlvertUeraentt inserted at oue Mi-i rir n"r Stjiuire or Twelve Lines' r Le, Tor the first insertioii; flay tuar-ed Fort...

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 June 1858

f- I i '. FAYSTTEVILLE OBSERVER.. OFFICIAL PAPER OF 7'J1E COUNTY N. 0. iYALLACE, Editor. Omen At flu tarn Old Stand: Sign of tht " VQitrvei i'nnhng Vict.". . FUETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning, June 10, 1858 - . . .. x . British Aggressions. Nearly ever mail brings us new tidings of British outrages upon A mcrit a : vessels and the American flag. It seems to be her settled de termination' to have a uroio" An other, another, and another American vessel has been fired into or boarded, uutillhc list runs up to twenty-five in number. "No vvhere on the Gulf o m our vessels pass in peace and 9; cuvity without first submitting to tb domineering insolence of puffed up Britifh cfllcers.' There seems to Lave been left us but one of two al ternatives fijriit or submit in shame ful submissiveness to a continuation of these outrages, Diplomacy may pull and haul the matter about and settle it amicably; but there . is a point of aggression when reached, it should require no diplomacy to re sent; ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 June 1858

V i-1 4: ! I- Fayeti evillc Observer L . ree of Postage In Lincoln Ccnnty THritSAl JUNE IS58. TO ADVERTISERS ! , ft5" f he FOST-OfFl'OS LIST. ffrTffSI published in the OF, FA YETTEVlLLE OBSERVER, if Minority of an Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the Newspaper thi Largest Circulation! ftT Art vcrtisomer.tsihust be handed iito tbe J) fBce by TrtMrfay Morning, te inittre ah appear ance in the following Paper. - ' . . : . ,j .,tF5Advertisements are insert! in the or der ia which thej are handed Jn. CA Request Easily Granted. 3 VirPergons purchasing articles ad vertised in bur columns, will confer a favor hy mentioning that ther taw the advertisement is the $'A.YSTTKVtI.t.kOBSEBVEItiQ , . Neatl j Printed Blanks. Constables' and Justices' blanks just printed it'id for sale at our desk cJieap. . ; The nre-FIy's Light- " The- lightning-bags are aboutl How grotesquely, and yet how pret tily, tbey light op, with their fitful flashes the garden gloom of a sum mer's nigh...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 June 1858

5 o sag- LFNCHBURG. MULBERRY. PETERSBURG. proi-e&sionai:: '5 BUTTER MAKING. The art of malchig butter consists in separating with skill and neatness the oil from the serum and curd with which it is combined, in the milk, and of seasoning it to suit : tho . pal-1 rnindstone and pulled it with him iu ate. The art of preservinjr eood but-! to the sea. After, that the : cabin ter'liesin so keeping it as to have boy was knocking . rust . off . the it retauMts rich and . sw.et fl.vor.- S hatchet fall into rrL. j t i e (v.,M-, lte water. A few day later they AUu.iu . c ""b:c aught a haie, and on cutting him r - 1 z a, i i - IQ3SO ODj'ic&s, lsemoraceu m ui; iui- The Latest Fisn sToRr. Jim sta ted "to hia friend that tlier.had only lost' one man oh' th3 passage, the carpenter, who fell overboard and was drowned, but as he was' going over itb.e ship's side caught hold of ! the M-Ml ! ,V LB.JJ JL I ft - 1 1 v vi l i --... .1 ' ' - '.f '.."' . .' - FOR loving jules: . . . - - ' . 1. In ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 June 1858

Vv - r - ? t .V it V'. V-. - V . . ir- ' . - ? - ' . - -. .. ' ' JS. J. ITALLACtE, CPTv DoUam for one year if paid Rt the time of Bubscription;' w uoiini-s iiiid Fifty Cent, -wiTnocTDEVTATioif, alter tbe expiration ot tnree momns. CJAll Bills, for Advertisements, Job Wor. or SuTiscrirtion. conBidered lne vhen contracted, eicept ngainst those with vltotn we have running acconnts.' OrSuhscribcrB failing o order d iscontin- bunceol tbe paper, anne expjranon oi me - tuQo for which they may have subscribed, are considered as wishing to renew; and It will be continued to them accordingly.. CjRo laicr Will be sent out of the rounrv unless ra'd for in advance.' " - grAdvertisemeiit i inicrted )nc Dol lar per square oi Jwcive unci or Less, for the first. insertion; Filly ' .CrHts.for each continuance. - J Zf-Persons advertising,by the year, will be charged Fori y lo I lai ibt a whole col rmn, Twenty Dollars for ne-half, 1'cti Dollars for one-quartcTi Koderia t ion from ilte terms undtr any c...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 June 1858

.- I t TV 4 , FAYETTBVILLE OBSERVER.- OFFICIAL PATER OF TIIE COUNTY .. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OmcnAl lU tame 014 Stand: Sign of tU Obsanti PrtaHng OJice." FAYETTEVILLE, TEJiN: Thriredny Morning, June 17, 1858 Direct Taxalioa, ' The Hon. Mr. Boyce, of South Carolina,' . w ho is , one " of the most nb!e ad -cfikieut ' members cf the pressnt Csugresfs, has made a report hs a tpeclal committee, oq the "re duction of the. expenditures of the Government, the navigation law?, the tsisling duties on imports, and the expediency of a' gradual repeal of all duties on imports,' and b resort ex clusively to internal taxation."' The report of, Mr.Boyce, is creating much attention, not only aOViish ingtou, but throughout ibecountn; nnd is likely to create a -radical re form. The Richmond South'. thus alludes, to , thi3 important report: .;,- Under the .operation of the pre sent policy . the commercial ncd manufacturing classes of. th6 North enjoy" bounties and immunities at the expense "of the other ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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