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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 4 November 1858

! ) V if. 1 4 i; i i Faycttevil i e Observer Free of postage iri Lincoln County TXIUKSdAT, JCOVETIllEir 4, I 58. ADVERTISERS f , Cd Easiness men will please bear in mind that the . FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER is one of the Lest Adtebtisinq Msdiems in the State, it having a Larger Circulation ! BY EOHE THAN TWO TO OXE ! thin any other newspaper published in Southern Tennessee. This fact the Publish er is abundantly able to proTe. fcJT" AdTtrtisemor.tfmttst.be handed into the tfiice by TutS'lay JTvrving,lo insure an appear ance in the following Paper. - gugust fflttfogI859. STVTE PESATK LIXCOf.N AXD FUANELfX. . SrT?We are authorized to announce Tnz. W.iVewmitu. Esq , of Franklin, a candi date to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties iu the Senatorial Irar.rh cf the next Tennes see Legislature. tCT Wc.are authorized to announce Dr. J. J. AJcriiatIiy,of Franklin, a candidate to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the next Tennessee Legislature. I'd!rcrd Berti...

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

Oal-Doo; Safelj. The fear of the weather has sent multitude to the grave, who other wise might frtve live J ia health m my years longer. The fierce north wind aud the furious snow storm kill comparatively few, while hot winter rooms find crisping summer suns have countless hecatombs of human beings to attest their power. Except in localities where malignant mrasmas prevail, and that only in warm weath er, oat-door life is the healthiest and happiest,- from the tropics to the poles. .. JLtie general InCt EpoatS lur ltSelL.Itis to them as wintry storm that persons who are out of most take cold , least. In doors some parts of OUr Country, Oae-bulf of the adult deaths are from disease of the air passages. These ailments arise from taking cold some way or other; and surely the reader will take 6ome interest in a subject from which, by at least one chance out of four, his own life may be lost. All colds arise from one or two causes: 1. ly getting cool too quick af ter exercise, either of ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 November 1858

I . V -: . -7 s- ' ' : : : " : ,- : n ( 1 T :r73BB Tin F Hi a II H . tt f i'.'J ESS. E -1 7 : I m-- Ij 1 t a 71 Ira 11 u - - 7;:, m - ij- - rm-7ll::mJJ7. I. O. WALLACE, . 28VOL. 8. IrTwo nollarstorone yearif paid at "tlietlioa of 8ub?criptioii;Tvo BoIXni-s Illld rifty Ct,WITnOCTIETIA;TIOIT, . after the expiration of three months. QA1I Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, conaidcTcil due when contracted, except against those with - whom we have running accounts. - OCT Subscribers failing to orders 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 il 1 ho i mit'miied to them accordlns'v. ! C3Xo Paper will .be sent out of the conntv unless paid for in advprce. 07" Advertisement t inserted at One Dol lar per Square oT Twelve l,inc or - Less, for the first insertion; Fifty Cents for each continuance. , lOPersons advertising by the year, will be charged Forty Dollars fora wholecol nra...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 November 1858

lAL PAPER OF LINCOLN COUNTY I N. 0. WALLACE) Editor. Office J ie nn Old Stand: Sign of the H Observer Printing Oftce." FAYETTEf ILLE, TENN: Thursday Morninj,NoTemberll,1858 When the Democratic Party Falls iben this Union Falls- Tbi3 is asentiment'uttered t3' Sid ney Webster to a Democratic meet ing at Charleston, Massachusetts, a few days ago. We believe it is ";.s true as Gospel." Papers in the south ore exulting with the black republi cans over the recent reverses of our party papers whose editors profess to be Union men. Do these men not see thatthe only hope for the contin uance of a constitutional Union is in the continued dominancy ofthe Dem ocratic party that the country must be either Democratic or Black He publican that if that party falls the Union must fall? They crt;:inly comprehend this; and when they re joice at the defeats of that party, they are rejoicing over the prospec tive fall of the Union: iYoa were in substance told here last night (said Mr. Webster) that is, ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 November 1858

4 .1 1 I I rt II A i Fayelteville Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln County Til VXLS D A 1I0 VEMBEB 11, I BOSlESSWOTICE! TO ADVERTISERS! . (tt-Business men will please bear ia mind jed 00 lhe uVject, and who are COm Uiatthe petent to speak on such mntters, say lAiETTEYILLE OBSERVER i one of the Wt Adveetisiso Mediums in the State, it having a Larger Circulation BY MORE THAN TWO TO ONE ! than any other newspaper published in Southern Tennessee. This fact the Publish er is abundantly able to prove. STATE EEXATF LISCOLS AD FUAKKUX. tC7We are authorized to annonnce Tnz. W.lVetVRiiiu. Esq., of Franklin, a candi date to represent Lincoln and Franklin countiei in the Senatorial branch of the text Tennes- ir w. It .,,., , , -n e are authorized to announce Dr. J. J. 4beruiiiliy,cf Franklin, a oa-.didate to reprent Lincoln and Franklin counties in t bo Senatorial branch of the next Tennessee Legislature. Stoves, ttc We invite attention to the adver tisement of McCaslin SlraJef, sheet iron, t...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 11 November 1858

I-J I. K 1 t - farm , mitt flow To Sabdce a Kicking Uorse. - A kicking horse is the worst kind of a horse to under take to subd ue, and more dreaded by man than any oth er; indeed, it would not be too much to say that they are more dreaded than all the other bad and vicious liorses put together. You often near the expression even from horse jockeys themselves, "I don't care what ho does so he dor sn't kick." Now a kicking horse can be broken from kicking in harness, and effectu ally broken, too, though it will re quire some time to manage him safe-j ly; but perseverecce and patience by this rule will do it effectually. When you go to harness a horse that you know nothing about, if you want to know whether he is a kicking horse or not, you can ascertain that fact by strokiug him on the fltnk where the hair lies upward, which you can dis cover easily cn any horse.. Just stroke him down with the ends of your fingers, and if be does not switch his tail, and slnke his head, and lay bulk ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 November 1858

V I' 5. O. WALLACE. J 4- 1, 29H0L. 8. irrTwo Dollar forone yearif paid Kt Vno time oi iuutii,iu, -and Fifty Cents, without deviation. rs . auertne exirauuuvi Work, or Subscription, considered due ' 1 aTtiinst tnosa with when contracieu,ci..:f. ..-..--- whom we nave ruuui..s KrSutscribers failing to order a discontin uance of the paper ,at the expiration of th time lor vmca. iucj ..j - are considered aa wishing to new; and it will be contmuea 10 vutui w,- ..D. . . lCPKo Paper will be sent oat of the connty unless paid te'inl7'ntk. 05- Adrertisement inserted t. t Oi.c j Dol lar per Sanarc of 1 relye IJiies or Less, for the first insertion; Filly 1,3-rersons advertising by the year wu I be , nAiinr fora whole col- . cnargea a-wriy " " " r , umnT Twenty Dollars for one-half, Tcu Dollar for one-quarter. Mdevia- - e ion from tlteietermt under ar3 circuvistancu. It Tho privilege of yearly adversers is Hridlj, limM to their cwnhate and regular bvshe,; and the business of an ad Tertising fir...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 November 1858

YMSTTEflLLE OBSERVER... 6FHCIAL PAPEROF LINCOLN COUNTY N..O. WALLACE, Editor, Of nee At the same Old Stand: Sign of the " Obtervet Printing Office." FAYETTEYILLE, TENN: lll - Thursday Morning,NoYcmuerl$,1 85 S The Democratic Parly and Slavery. We do not know, says that excel lent paper, the Ilantsulle Advocate, bow we can bdtfc-r answer a certain diss of so-called Southern journals in the know nothing order, who, while ordially united with and rejoicing at the recent success of the abolition ists over the democratic party, yet, with mUcUcss ' impudence, charge that the democratic parly is false to the rightsof ths South, and they, forsooth, aro its true friends, than ,by making an extended extract from a npprh made bv Wm. H. Seward at Rochester, N. Y., on the 25th day of; October. Read what this great' and; acknowledged leadtr of the abolition- iss says of the democratic party and of its fidelity to the South read it, we say, and then tell us, what is the duty of Southern men? If it...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 November 1858

. -t ft1 51 4 i i 1! S j- J. ft! r : I! i -1 t ; ti .VJ. - r t-vi J' f) ' FciyelteVilie- UbseVecouse, wIleri the girls mingle in r--,- , . Free of Postocla Lincoln Ccanfy TiiKSDAY.KOViIBEii 11, 1858 TIDE ! TO ADVERTISERS! . 03-Bu lLat the nci8 mea will please Lear ia mird FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER one cf the host Advektisixci Medtoms ib the S:ate, it hating a Larger Circulation ! BY JiORE THAN TWO TO ONE ! ian any oiuer newspaper pnbi:sbea in Southern Ternetsae. This fact the Publish er i abundantly able to prove. - 6TATR SEXATK LINCOLN A'I TRASK-US. . tCPWe are authorized to announce Tax. jv.scnnian of J1?.' a dato to represent f.imcj !nr.d Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the text Tennes see Legislature. fCJ We are authorized to announce Dr. J. J. Aterjialhj'.of, Franklin, aeaudidats to represent Lincoln aijd Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the nest Tennessee Legislature. ' - CST A Request Easily Granted, 'TPersons purchasing articles advertised in OTjrcolum...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 November 1858

pm -anti .Garten. CHEAP CISTERNS. Cheap cisterns have fallen into some disrepute, of Lite, through the impositions or certain traveling cistern-builders. A few years ago, num erous quacks went through the rural districts iu various parts, of the country, proclaiming thit they had iurented a new plan for ' building tisterns. And not the hast a Kmc cive part of their method . was its superior cheapness five dollars would . do the whole. Their wonderful new method was simply this: They dug a hole in the ground, large enough to contain 35 barrels of water. The hole apered gradually from the top to tho bottom, and-was shaped like many stone-jars. ' After being excava ted smoothly, it was plastered over opon tho ground itself, and then the top wa3 covered with plauks. This method answered very well for Summer months; but. if built were the frost could rench the cistern, its fate was sealed iu the first Winter: the frost heaved the earth and plas ter into the cistern, aud "the patent; chea...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 November 1858

' j - ' i a i j , , - .LamaaaaaMaaa! - BB'aMBk aWMBMBBaHaaaBaaak """""aaam " ' a r. "zm : rrasra nn in nii'in nn TWn en bit rn cri ivraa.: " Ymli H ffl fl 1 !rl1 "TPW 4 frt 0 ATftF ,t J ' ' i ' i !' " L I ' ' i i " I i II ' ' ' ' ' ' "" T"! ? f - - - . I ri CMsiicn pKOPi:rcTOif." R. O. WALLACE. J Let all the. ends tbou almsl l be thf Coifrfcrr.' "f oak auu ..n. nmn vii is; ten h nn s day, n o ve mbiiii 25,; is 58, WHOLE A ii. KO. SOVOL. 8. I : i ' : ...... , . .'.. ' 5 ft I) . i 1 1 ' 1 1 'V A fTvo Dollars f orona jarif pxid at the time of subscriptiotj;Tw DifUai s ntld Flftf CdltSi WTTH0DTPETI4TIOK, after tbe expiration of tLree month. CJA11 Bills for Advertisements, JoT) Work, or Subscription, cor.sidered rte W'hen contractea.exccf t against i nose witn wlinr.i w liavft rnnniB? accounts. OCrSuLscribers failing 1o order a dincor.tin naTice'of tbe paper, at the expiration of the time lor wuicu tucy may nave suDscnoea, arc considered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to t...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 November 1858

111 lmiDUDUDOMUMl. OFFICIAL PAPER OF LINCOLN COUNTY N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Orrice AttJteiame Old Stand: Signof lit " Obsercet I'rintivg Otfice." FAYETTE VILLE, TENN: 1 1 mm M TharsdayMorning,NoTcnibcr25l1858 Federal Expenditures. : Harper's WeeMy thus rebukes such kindred presses as the N. . Y Tribune, Louisville Journal," N. Y. Independent, Nashville Banner, &c., who are continually calumniating President Buchanan, by. charging him with extravagance: "Those who assail Mr. Buchanan's n.lministration fur the financial straits ...VtTsiVi tittle rriT cnArifinii lnnacfv! LU UiiiU lliiio uisiiiwy civnuvo uvuv J to party prejudice. They know, if they know anything.' thnt Air. lxi chanan is innocent of the cause of the pecuniary embarrassments of the government. There has been material increase in the cost of t government since he became Pre dent. Indeed, coDsiderir.K lie ccn - itantly increasing cost of every commodity wh the governme States iippea economical and ation in the co vants...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 November 1858

!!). tl f 4 Ik IT"' ! b Fayette ville Observer '" -- - " T an - :. -a I Free of Postage In Lincoln County TIIUXISIIAV.KOVOIBEXt 83, 1838 BUSSESSrOTlCE! TO ADVERTISERS I (r Businessmen will jdeaso Lew miml that tho FAYETTE VILLE. OBSERVER js one of the best AlVEr.Tnxua Mkmcmi in tie Bute, It having a Larger Circulation ! BY BIOCE THAN TOO TO ONE I than any other newspaper puhlished ,n Southern Tennessee. This fact the Publish er is abundantly able to prove. gBtpi'st ..prfumrTl859. 6TATB BEKATK LINCOLN AND rtUNIiLl.. tC7w nrouthpriEodtonnouncaTz. W.KfWiumi. Ksq,of Y rank Jin. a cwnli - dato to represent Lincoln oml Irankhn counties in the Senatorial Uaiich of tho rext icuncg- "t.L8 -u.!l .w.i to enounce Dr. J. J. Abel uatliy.f'f Fianklin, a ca-didato t Lincoln ai.il Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the next TstiBesaeo Jtude and gratitude IS AO emotion Leijtnre. ,p je heart, sclCih and divine at J2ST A RcifJfst Easily Granted. 553 ono and the sarao time. According- reronpn...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 November 1858

f 3 "522 1 t - ,w - - 'i 2 V 4 - f farm aito Ihvr to Destroy Burdock?, &c lathe Cultivator of June 2Gth wa notice a piece recommendicg salt Cut off the crown of the root Bome w helow the surface .of the earth f - enrt nf mn - And 'of S3 aa iu iuiui -r it with salt.&s." In our : appre- fill , . i .,u'c?ir mftfto hensioos there is a maun easier mode of effectually destroying tbem vr.hich is simply to rrnw them two years. These-that :aine up last -ye ir will produce seed this year, and those . . .. tint crow from the seed tbis year ; wuv ,iyn nuiu v mil bairseed next year, and as they do not live over but one winter, by cutting them off. and not letting them go to seed two years, they will mostly disappear. Mullen and com mon thistles live ooly one winter, and even that psst, the Canada this tle mav be entirely eradicated by l finer them two or three times a! v.nr twr vears. nnl taking them off tha groan 1. In the cisas above mentioned, if the ground is Innsrhed. ct othcrise tu...

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 December 1858

V 4 O '. . - - ; . ' , ' 1 ' l .. M .. i.jm .1. , T i M - - -- 1 - . i ' ' " " II I J . V i - 'i im - - - - - - " " i m m Ft mi ' " " ' ' ' ' . ? - y " '- T ' ' " " " iT7Tto Dollars f orbnyearif paid at the time of sabscTiption-.l'wo EJoI!:tis and Fifty Cents, irirnouT deviation, , After the expiration of three mouihs. ICPAH X5iIIs for Advertisements, Joh Work, pr Sfscriptionousidered due when corrtrsL-4.e'xeeTt Agaimst those with whom we he running accQimts.' f , ! (ttrSubscriber failing lo order a discontin - time for which they may have subscribed, : -1 1 w it. n-nr: ar coriiidcred as wxshmg to renew; atid it wil 1 bo continued to them accordjEgly.. , TXo i.tn2r will bis cent out of the rjO XIi:r will us ecu um ui iue conntv ntiless raid for m advance.- . tr A.-VpTiismt inserted at OiK-Dol-I. pJrne r Vi?" uSS ! for the first-insertion: riiir! W . w . . - lar or L,vi for ach continuance. sons advertising by tho year, v ill be d Fori noiiars fen-a whole col-. CF Person .-linn, Tweu...

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 December 1858

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. OFRCIttfAPER OFUNCDLN COUNTY N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OttkkM the tame Old Stand: " Oburver Printing OJict." Sign of tit FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Mornlng.Deecmber 2,1858 Sound views Oil SiareiT at the Aorta We take the following from the Church Iteview,an Episcopal Quarter ly, of very4cxtensive circulation, pub lished at Hartford, Conn. If all de nominations of Christians at the North Tronld speak out as plainly and truth fully, and with the same conservative spirit, the bitter feeling of oui north- cm brethren, xbicb abolitionism, fo-1 8!ractions, and, mindful of the fact mented by religious fauatieism, has j that this party controlled the courts engendered, would not longexisl: ' of Michigan, he resolved to go to "Whatever may be, or mav Lelaw rather than submiL to the indig thought to be. the character of A- mlyo lf"S ejected from the pres merican Slavery, yet as it is a muni-eDCe of PeoPle ,n the cabm of npal institution; as the relations and ? steamboat....

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 December 1858

Fayetteville Observer Free of Postage in Lincoln Coantj TilUKSPAr; PECOIHEB S, IS5 BUSIMES5rJ0TIGE! TO ADVERTISERS! . 07" Business men will please tear in mind that the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER is one of the best ADTEETiaiKb HjUOTHa in the State, it hating a Larger Circulation ! BY MORE THAN TOO TO ONE ! than any other newspaper published in Southern Tennessee. This fact the Publish er is abundantly able to prove. jugttgt gIitfimt-T859. STATS 6KXATV LISCOtN AND FBAVEXtK. ' CJWe are authorized to announce Taz. "W. Newman. Esq., of Franklin, a candi date to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties in the Senatorial branch of the text Tennes see Legislature. . C3 We are authorized to announce Dr. J.J. Abcrnattay.of Franklin, acaudidtte to represent Lincoln and Franklin counties ia the Senatorial branch of the next Tennessee Legislature. - Exchange Bank Several months since, when the Nashville Banner was arraigning Messrs. Comptroller Lultrell and President Spence for their wild cat managem...

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 December 1858

6 ' ' -- -.o'' Eh"3 .PROFESSIONAL f 1 ew S l i i if. I 8 4 Ml' r I:' CpBstrncti on cf fee Houses. , Before ; winter.: sets ia jtoo strongly is in -'exceilebf tltna to build the ice house, ready to fill, cs winters occa sionally occur. wVen it is', difficult to obtain a od crcp of ice, and delays at tho freezing period are fatal. - Any one vsho builds. a moderate sized ice i -ii r. ,i . - .; : ' . Mar .m,u "vs uuu luxury of using, ample re ward: . " Experience" has shown that" ice houses aro best , built entirely above ground. ' keeping ice. better, "being more easily and thoroughly; drained. All 'tbe large houses of wholesale dealers in the cities' of the United ; States are above "ground-V; An ice house is built on the plan of having a double partition or wall with a hol low. 'space '.filled in with some non condncting substance. The frnme of the sides may bo. formod of tho ranges of upright p-.sts; of. 4 by G joists, placing the lower ends in the ground without any sill, as morel ...

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 December 1858

...! V 'I ml Udl T TT?P TTjTj) IWffFi IWO ' Tl? ""71 11 V ' o 3 1 11 rli I f ifW ill I 6-: ! I 11 M 1 1 yyj IHIf! Hit V 1 U 1 v N. O. WALLACE, Let all the ends , thounim'st at be thy Country', thy God's, and Truth's.-' jj rif BLrsnER PRornicToxt. 1, 32 VOL. I FAYETTEIFLLE, TENN: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1858; whole mm frCTTwo Dollars forone yearif paid at the time of subscription;!' Dollars and Fifty Cents, without deviatiok, after the expiration or three montns. tnAll Rill for Advertisements, Job- Wnrk.'nr Subscription, considered dtie when contracted, except against those with whora wahave running accounts. CiTSubacriberi failing io order discontin uance of the paper, at tne expiration oi tne time for which they may nave suuscriDea, . .r mnsidered as wvshinz to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. No Paper will be sent out of the connty unless paid for in advance. fCr Advertisement! inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Une " or Les, for the first insertion; Fi...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 December 1858

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERTER.- OFFiClAL PAFER OF LINCOLN COUNTY N. 0. WALLACE. Editor. 1 - - - - l s . Office-. the tame Old Stand:- Sign of the Obterver Printing Ofice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN Thursday Mornlug,Dcccmbcr 9,1 S58 A Human Monster. A correspondent of the St. Lou is Republican gives the following nc count of a case of inhuman cruelty to a little child, which transpired in Nevada City, Mo., a few days siuce: A little child, some four years old, was taken' with a severe diarrhoea, which lasted several days. During this time it happened to soil its clothes, from the efforts 'of he dis eise. Its mother (step mother) ' be canis creatly enraged at the child fnr the act. and providing herself with a hickory withe sorns two feet or more in length, proceeded to chas tise the child in the most Abusive manner. She gnve it some, thirty odd lashes, and I presume, from the facts gtthered, that she put them on as heavily as her strength would, ad rait. The cries and petitions of that poor little ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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