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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 August 1858

All ... . ni s - Fayctieville ObserveriTIlc Printcr- - l The number fur . free of Postage In Lincoln County Til CHSDAT, AUGUST SC. 1858. &USINESSP!OTICE! : . TO ADVERTISERS! C7" Easiness 4&ea will please bear in tnind that toe . . FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER has Lcirgcr Circulation ! BY NORE THAN TWO TO ONE ! than any other newspaper published in fe-.mLb.ero Tennessee. This fact the Publish er is abundantly able to prove. frT" A. ivcrtiserner.tsmustbe handed intothe OiSce by rZr.y .Jforrtn, to insure an appear ance in, the following Paper. - - . ' fjHAdrertiseraents are inserted in the or der in which thev ore handed ;n. 3 A Request Easily Granted. ;f7"Persons purchasing articles advertised in oir col irons, will confer a Tavor by ment ioning I - i . . , . t J , . r " i. !...' 1'iit; tney saw ine aiveriiscnien m mo FATETTEVILt, OBBERTEBjy) Neally Printed Blanks. Constable' and Justices' blank just printed and for s Ale nt our desk dmap. , , Yho Lotcs to Fish?- ' A newspaper publis...

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 August 1858

....... o i A i 'arm attr&a&ttL . , Smoking "Wenads. A correspondent of the Country Gentleman mentions the cas of J a horse, which was just ready to die of . 7 I TVV ' , , J, t jBhould like a sleeping berth, neow, il an old and festered weund. "Fortu-j y0U peage. - nately," he adds, "at this atageofj Skipper Why, where hare you the case, an old rennsvlvania teamstercame to our relief and re-j8'10 e le.ft P ' . commended smoking with old shoesJ. ,Cahfaf-Wral,,I been6leP; , ...'- , mg on the top of. a sick man. but A smose was maae oi oia snoe 8ies, an I all out in pieces, in a hog trough, and placed under the Bwolleo parts. In a few hours the swelling wholly subsided, and the sore commenced discharging matter the' horse wasjoratory, made the following agree- eaTefl. - . . I Same vpara after this I heard twoMvia my lirst case, 1 w.ll pay you ' follrJno. W a fcnrPA irK had been gorged in the abdomen. In this case, every thing had been tried in vain. The poor creature ! Af mv sn...

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 September 1858

SO 3 1 W fFlml Tlfll IT? IF p I mi'3 "r 0 ri Sfcl tab t3 ruBLisiicis & ri:oriiiETor:. - All : v. i. " i .1 i t i; f ii N. O. WALLACE, NO. IS -VOL.- 8. or b& no sss IrTP Two Dollars forone yearif paid at 1. . : . r : . n . . rt wie time vuuburipiiuut v l'iiiii s and Fifty Cents, with out deviation, r. - V - .t ii .v aiicr lue expirnuun i mreu mourns. itrAII It ills for Advertispraants. Job Work,, or Subscription, considered dtie wlien contracted, except 8gainst those with . whnm ' w Iiava rnnnimr iirrnjiiits- CF-Subscribers failing to orders discontin uance of the paper , at the expiration of the time for Tvhich tbey may have subscribed, are considered as wishing to rer.ew; and it w il 1 be continued to them accordingly. CJVo Paper w'll be sent out of the i county unless paid for in advance. fJO" Advertisement t inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Lines or Less, for the first insertion ; Fitly f iit frr orh rontiTUiance. Ji.y-Tersons 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. — 2 September 1858

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. : OFFICIAL PAPER OF LINCOLN COUNTY ; N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrnilJ tf $am$ Old Stand: Sign of the " Observer Printing Office." . FAYETTE VILLE, TEKN: 1 1 1 1 Thursday Morning Srpt. 2, 1858. Support Your Home Paper. The Cleveland Herald talks thu3 seusiblyuvfon the dutiesof home pa pers: v "Recollect if a home weekly is to be supported, home infience must do it. Every dollar sent to eastern pa pers, is at the expense of the local papers. A county acquiies promi nence through its yaper moro than in any other way, and to every one who ha3 county interests at stake, his home paper i3 a necessity. Nev er will such a man take a paper published away from home, until he is able to take a second pipjr. His first paper will be his home sheet, and ha will eo identify his interests with that of his county p iper, as to consider his subscriptions as much a milter of s yearly duty, as th payment of our tases. We regret to say th.it many of our citizens send off their money ...

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 September 1858

I I- - 1 3 - w ! i v 4 k : i i if! t i Fayetteville ObserveriChaflse of nrmr: ; j , I Tllrt firm fC Dni nmnziM - ., . j - . , , , - , Free of Postage in Lincoln Coanljji3 dissolved by mutual consent, and THURSDAY. SEPT. , 1 ISM. BUSINESSNOTICE'I TO ADVERTISERS! 0r5 Business ben will please bear in mind FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER Larger Circulation ! BY 5I0RE THAN TWO TO ONE ! than any other newspaper published in Southern Tennessee. This fact the Publish er i abundantly .&lle to prove. irtj" A'lvcrtisementsmustbe handed into the Pflico by Tat&iay'Murninijfto insure an appear auco in the following Paper.' fO"..lertlsemejit9 aro inserted iuthe der in which they are handed 'o. or- 3 X Request Easily Granted. ',Cr Persons purchasing articles advertised in sir columns, will confer a favor by mentioning that they saw the advertisement iu the Fa.r ETTKVILLE OltSEBVKnQ Ncatiy .Printed Blanks. Const aides' and Justices' blanks just printed and for sale at our desk dteap. A lrize Husband ...

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 September 1858

4 - farm mV (Satteiu ; MULCHING. ths is a word much used is figri cultural writing, cf which but few people know the meaning. It sim ply mins covering over the surface of the soil, where a crop is planted with a coat of anything. To lay down Irish potatoes on the surface of the ground, and cover it oyer with straw, is to mulch .them. To cover the surface in a strawberry bed with sand (so as not to cover -the plants,) is to mulch them-which is said to be an excellent practice. to cause 'them to bear. Mulching ,is an excellent plan for several kinds of garden, orj horticultural products. One great advantage of it is, keep ing the ground free from grass and Trppls..ftius savin ? an amount of I .. - a of labor more than equal, perhaps, to cultivation. But where the crop is an annual (has to be sown or plan ted every year.) the soil should first be thoroughly prepared, by ?eep plowing or spading, and pulverization, as it', will not admit of being stir red after mulching unloss 'the coat ...

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 September 1858

1 Ovrg:TT TTiTI Em 1 v rrX I 53 1 I .. ,!V -fv ? '. ; :-," r . . . .:; .-, ' ''" ' '""r " ' ''''' ' "' ' ' " ' ' V '' -"L ' ' .iL: . ( n. o. Wallace, NO. 19. VOL. 8. rPTTVO Dollars Jbrone yearif paid at the time of gubf.cription;Tvo Dollars t H II 1 Fifty CCII t , WITHOUT DEVIATION', after the expiration of three montlu. jCPA.II Bills for AdTertisements,, -Job-Work, or Subscription considered due . when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. 07 Subscriber b 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 wil 1 be continned to thera accordingly." ICPIMo . Paper will be sent out of the . conntv unless paid for in advance. (T AdvertiserntnU inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Lines or Less, for the first insertion; Fitly Cents for each continuance, t . ZP Pcrsons'advertising by the year, M ill t ;harsed Forty Dollars fora hgle- " nmu. Tve...

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 September 1858

10 FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVED i OFFICIAL PAPER OF LINCOLN COUNTY N. 0. WALUCE, Editor. Ornrsi At He taf.e 07 J Stand: Sign of tl Ohnrttr Printing Ofiet." . FAYETTEVILLE, TENS: Thursday Morning, Sept. 9, 1S5S- JL L man controls the timid man, and . The ilsst Talaable Salesman, HmlvVPr0peS i0 hhhP or AsenibIe coiemPor.Iiy says, that: m services. The man with business r . . . . capacity and enterprising spirit ! for a ma.n 13 busines to verUse, i enlists the services ; of . scores and fc-1. a salesman with a thon hundreds of men of inferior mould, ! sand voices speaking politely of making use of tbcm to subserve jbis wares to tens of tbouand3 of pco bis own purposes, and this ability to perhaps at the same moment, employ is power, is property. The ' J . npgro, without economical character,! neTer .ndio, never obtrusive, without industry, without constancy, never tired. How much would such without ambition, inert in the body,! salesman, bo worth? Let every equally inert in mind, tho slave at...

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 September 1858

farm anfc ' Fall Treatment of Trees. : A great many persons who at tempt the cultiTatioo of fruit or or namental trees, fail from not paying sufficient attention to them in the fall. The fall of the leaf is often a criti- Rather Enltasiastie. The following story is acknowledg ed to. be a "good un," but we believe it baa not found its way into: the pa pers to any great extent: r c " . A few years since, some rougiih ibovs in a town not a thousand miles cal time with most trees, and they jfr0mthe capitol of New " Hampshire, consequently require more attention, persuaded Joseph or. as he ihnn at other times. Trees tbat was generally called, "Joe, " to uttend u.,nKMn r.,n(i. t anA n i Sunday School I Joe was an over- A . , .. -" .v ! crown, half-witted,, profane Ina; and send out vigorous laterals for their LlfiVCHBURG. OBTAIN Blfl it m o mi ! I A til! i Lynchburg, Tenn. WILL keep constancy on hand Seed, Millet Seed, IMce. Salt, and iulpU. yumine; MULBERRY. -own ESBt '9 FOR support, gen...

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 September 1858

Sfi'."i!"JV- - 4 i'J. ? r. ' V : '."'. ..-J: .:-Y V.wff ' "...A i; p. is if; ':TJ:R:H f I,- - N. O. WALLACE,, ; rns- : fll f - & s fl-vv I? ' 4 ffs 1 Mite"' !7!"? - Ihc ends thou airtWc bf ConHiry s,1 ihyl CodTs, nd Truth's."; , V ; . V , - - rT7Tvo Dollar foTODO yearif paid at the time of subscription ;1 wo Dollars Hiid Fifty Criit, wiTKOOTDF.yiATiojf, after the expiration of three months. C7A1I JSills for Advertisements, Job Worfcr o? Subscription, considered "due when contracted, except against tliose with whom we wave rutining accounts. - 0" Subscribera failing 1 o order a discontin uance of the .paper, at the expiration of the time for wbicb they may have subscribed, arc considered as wishing to renew; jind it will be continued to them accordingly.'- C3l'o ; Paper will be eent'out 6f the county unles paid form advance. 05" Advertisement t inserted at Oue Dol lar per Square of Twelve. IJucs or .Less, for the first insertion; nily Ceil is for each continuance.--. fCTl'ersons ...

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 September 1858

9 " c Kit Vs ing the greatest" confidence in your judgment, the permission you hsk is i.-eely given to yoiu I never put io paper anything but what are my ma tared opinions; ' ." I i j : "As to the allusions made b my msssige to. Congress, d I strength, I would give you the full, outlines of that project, if Congress had nndo fhft caII nn mi?.. Udt whita kn was not made unon .me. Hon? resa was well aware of my opinions of the Constitutional power of Congress in their legislation for the District, and of tho Stateswith: regard to chir feriog banks. I will give you a con cise and his ty view of. that opinion. That the power of Congress over the District was . 'equal to . that of the States over their 'respective .limits, and that neither had the constituUon x 1 power.- to oharter banks of paper issues that the. only power in this respect was, to charter, banks based opon ra specie b.uis, and of d)posite and exchange. The States. having resigned to the Uencral. Uovemmentjtwo questions' ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 September 1858

o m N. li r ! i i - . . - . . - . - i7ir' aaiS'Tla ! iJUJ-ijj 2ZIjlli-1jiiii !-ri in rir nun ten tojji.l ilLl.". Fayette vijle Observer tree of Postage in Lin cMa CoWfj j ., - - :-' - - - , . - BOSinESSOTICE! TO ' ADVERTISERS! :f - 00 Business mea will please bear. in inind FAYETTEVILLi; 0S jSEYR v fjfl vtrp. v : ntvihulh linn f BY 5I0RE TEAN TOO TO ONE .1 t ....... tJian any tber newspaper t published - in Southern Tennessee'. This act the Publish eris abundantly ;aWe to prove. '1 j'-. ? S t 3- 07" AaVtrtisemcutsTmJstbehandedintothe OSice by Tj-7ay2rm,idjtoJJtreaJi'tLpptar--ance in the following Paper.. . -. -: , .; 0C7"Ad'ertissraaqts Are inserted in tbe . or der ia which they are handed 'n. - tsy A Request Easilj Granted. Isr Persons purchasing articles advertised in oi f columns, will confer a favor by mentioning that they saw the advertisement 'in'. the t ATETTEVfLLS OfiSCKTBlLCO Neatly Printed Blauls.; : Constables' and justices' blanks just printed .and for sale at our desk d...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 September 1858

1 ;1 V i lit I Si I it- h f 1 farm Hog Cholera Dr. .George Satton, of-Aurora," indiana (says t valuable cotempora- rv,) has contributed the results of va scries of valuable observations on tho epidemic disease which has ; pre-! vailed so extensively. 8moBg'hogst for the last two seasons. We learn that UHi disease is uow pre.uug " R. some portions of West; Aennessee. It appears from the investigations tiff, (Mr. Jenckes,) facetiously taunl r,f Tlr.S. that the disease in due's- ed the opposing counsel with adding lion has been developed almost-co- temporaneously at several diflerenU .... ill V It I localities, ena was wuuu piuuuw- .. rnnmml in cotnnrl frnm one drove or 1 r.-AM.u If aiscd hofrsf i.u .uoUw. " . . 77; ,are pucea among healthy, the latter are commonly at- ' tacked by ' tbe malady in a period varying from thirteen to twenty days, Then, "kgain, when healthy hogs" are .u,. placedm a pen adjoining one where diseased hogs are Jcepi, me urease is communicated to tnem. ll seems ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 September 1858

iu' I is 1 sy-v.-T 7 ? tr- 14 4' i.'J t a 3 fe3 6asa iA tsasasl T r-1 -J 1 I "T'l v-r i 3 r . v .. i . . . . ' f ; ' V-: A-A' .V'1'"'--' -' M V vj -ariAi y-i -wx vt 0!?wV? tC-,4fr It. O. .WALLACE.') 'i J , ' -JiTc! v -i-u'f r .- 5 . r-, ?Lcr all the cwdi llioa' al m'-f h be UiJ Coantry'S, lliy.-Go;' hHd;Truta's:.':; . - v..' i i. M i ii ' i 1 S r j V jr?Tvo Dollar Torotie Tearif paid at tliotime of snbscription'.JB'wo PoMhvs :tlli Fifty CCUl1, WITHOCTUKTIATIOS.-j aflcr tlie expimtioiror throe" months. tCT1 All 'Bill for Adrort laments, : Jol "Wo.k, or Sr.liscdrt'onf cwdercd due ivlicn cor.lractc, except against those w ith ; vl.t m liitvc nmnirj:, ivceoituiSi r , 05 Rulscrib'crs fiiiriflfTo order liscoBtin- warccofthe paper, at the expiratioji.ofthe tine for which they may Lave suhscrihed, nrt considered os wuibir.c.to renev,-;. ftiij.it . vUiheoi1tjnt-edtotheni-accorJii..gly... ICP-Jfo r rpcr. will ..be cent, out ofi.the . .county unlessiialdfqi in adraneel lar tier Sqh:u-c o1' .Tw...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 September 1858

- .4- " . ' " .'- t X .1' ft -' :-.t '. - - ? . , . . - - . ', A f. is i 5 FAYBTTSVILLB -OBSERVER, OFFICIAL PAPEB OFLIfiCOLNCOUNTY . ' &m- fa'2fahvm Jianrur, .IMA '-'rmiiifrinliniii' irftrrtJL In nvlh liepori 01 He lnTestmUng ton-Etmoldi and: rotter. It is to be N. 0. WALLACE, Edlfor. OrriCBtfAesanK Old Stand: Sign of Hut " Observer Printing Ojjict." F1YETTEYILLE,' TEiNN: Thursday Morning, Sept. 23, 1858 Eiillee. There is A most remarkable trans-i action in evidence before; the Inves tigating CoBimittec :;trnich -. did' not appear in l&e abstract of their report which they have already given to the public; and we allude to it thus early in the course of our examinations into the report, because it may be consid ered as a key to the nnfolding of the mysteriej connected with the Ex- chonce Bank frauds. We have ex-4 attuned carefully the report, and tn what we may feel called upon to say, tre shall speak strictly i4by the re cord' If the facto, as they are in evidence before th...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 September 1858

Is it 1-4 - ! it ? Fayetleville Observer Free of Pcslsgt in Llhtoln County Til fc USD AY, S3, 1838. QUSINESSvpQTICE ! TO AOVEBTISERSL ' , - Business meo will please tear La mind that the . , .. . . ' i -: ' FAYBTTCTILLE OBSERYEH r BY 210RE THAN TOO TO ONE ! thaw any other - newspaper . vmbHshei in .Southern Tennessee. This fact the Publish er is abundantly able to provo.-- ". fj- Advcrtisementsmustbe handed into the D ffice by Tut flay Morning, to insure an appear- ance in the tollowing raper. . . . N - rry ii rrf iaom Ante are inserted in the er- - ... der in which they are handed n. f -( . . . 'tr. Reddest Basil Granted. Jga 'rPereons rmrcnasinsarticlw advertweiin oir columns, will confer a favor by wer.tionmg v.f v,. saur thit . advertisement iu I'ATETTEVlLtB OB8EaTEIuC(l - . ., V Neatly Printed Blanks. , Constables' and Justice' Wanks Jnst printed aod for sale at our desk cheap. -.', - Good Tcmphrs-T . - , ;- - .There are, we believe, fife Lodges of this Order ia Lincola cooDty,...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 23 September 1858

P. 1'. -- XirNciiBunG; f ' 1 - ' ineXincinriaUEQqairer has been. 23rmitted to ssa the prootebeels . of Isrraclta'a Jnrj". V iJ atlges, Iq this'4 parVdfeVttBrld, topreseat ed 1o ba ltitroC- . nv;nt or Itooblest - -loolc id Meld! ullowinaesfra'ct ?nt a hwotofa-Xh i;. ' k r! ni;a, ' .i i w .tipw by. U verms.' to - ftlnlatilT a t onvhichhawodeTed useless mnrel fci'ifra; !rtA0-hfTi.-. " Mn. l?nd the warranty-was broken br; rea itternus nfa -the-rftttsei that rraJaco ' ;; lUcAVn; tli3 droG'ilrei5(wr.;b.iek aml tendered . lti promioeni araoag . neso-arsf . iin-i.. . . . P , ... , ., , 1 J r-T. -.1. i "-s - t '-hcT to Ihedefciidant but the ' Uetend proper feeiim-,-: ever- workinff. vob-.;.. . OLA UWf AT THE CASH STCHE. WHITAKER I SHACKLEFORD B B A V H i list received onS ii thtf larreRtana Dry GooJa ever brougat to iayettvula lilfliMilli rchn.-.-4llIlJHIlJlli HLyricfiljurg, ' "VHT J LI keep cor.stapily. fOO-ljand"' . f Suear. OofTie. llolasacs.' Qit. Millet See.!, liice. SJK and rS 4t.KaU R...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 September 1858

- ... ."- .. ', ...... ... . . . il ...... -v- rv j i- "r''- -"'4"' ' ' . ; ... - ' " 'i- " ' " : r ' -i. .'"' " ' " : : ; 1 ' 1 ' - ... ' v. ' ' - '. " '- . f'" ' ,v. . v.. ." .?...,".'.. . .." ' ' ....... r ; 1 ' , ''.'. ' . ' ' - - k 11 I p a. pay.- v. k v : I 1. 1 . I f - - - j . : : - : ' ' : 1 l . . . . - ' " ' ... . '! V . ' . . " - ' . . ' ' ' ...... N. O. WALLACE, "Let all the einls, thou -aliirst at be thr Country's,' thy Cod's; and Truth's.' PL'CLISIXEK & VllVVlllllTOil. m 22.V0L. 8. PA Y ETTE VI LIE, TMN: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1858; WHOLE NO. Bt V ' ' x r . .!'";.: . . . ' ...... S . if. irpTwo lo!larsforonc yarif paid at the time of subscription; Yvt o Doi!:ir$ mid Fifty Cents , without teviation, . . after the expiration of three months. Irp-jl.il DiH for Advertisements, Joh- Avhen contracted, except against those with , whom we have running accounts. f& Subscribers failing to order a discontin nance of the paper , at the expiration or the time for which they...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 30 September 1858

-. e i OFFICIAL PAPER OFUMCGLN COUNTY N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Offick At 0u same Old Stand: Signof " Observer Printing 07ce." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: II H 5 Thsrsday Horning, Sept. SO, 1S53 Slavery Debate. Tho New York Times has an ar ticle reflecting with grc.it severity upon Brownl.w and Pryne, the self- consmuiea tnarr.pions oi meirrcspec tive sections In the delate upon the slavery qurslion at Philadelphia. The remarks of the Times, which we subjoin, arc in part very jnst - We third?, however, he should give Brownlow credit foi some shrewdness in going to me icrin, wnere ne could accomplish his purpose to a- cbi.vo notoriety with much more case than he ever could in this sec tion of the Union. Sseh a con test ia the South would tail to attract more than a passing notice. We find, however, that in Philadelphia it cre ates quite an excitement, and is ii 1 i i luuuiiui :i -uneui, ui ;il'Ii iuwi- ' est to form the subject of telegraph - ic communication to various parts of the country. Wh...

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