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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 August 1859

i J i il ! it r J 1 i i V, I! n ft 15 t 9 f f h V v I. ft taycttcville Observer! TI:eEi2Cfr-- ?'i - Thrrn d!! k TI1UKSDAY, AUGUST 1315J. - the There will be a lare miwd nt the . o Free of Postasrc in Lincoln fcrrfr''ic Dinner in this tIace to-mor- . o w I - .row. Frcrn all directions, both in the County and out of it, we tear rfOTilfi . bta (vmimr - "Rnclnoce BlVV 1MB V T --f mit t,. JJUwJUUOkJ m;rnT!ccoo'uMM tivc urcn i ited to c!ose ,lie5r houses frcrn 11 o'- ADYtRTISERS ML TAKE htED ! cIock A. M. UDtU 3 0,cIock R M (7-Business men will recollect that the j and thu3 give all persons an oppor- FAYETTEYILLE OBSERVER timily to crgago in the festivities of is one of the best. Adyeetisixo Mediums in the day. ' Tie Celtlraiion will take place on the State, it having the rs-s- ioistg- odds! Ue ground of T. C. Goodrich, in th OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN Grove, west side of the Turnnikp. 8 A Free Itida in the cars bo pitn fn tip cm Lb.i '.Wc nf tTcirrh flfrtlDU ISOOjlio.d and their v.ive...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 18 August 1859

t I "Hollow Iora." Hollow horn by ena writer is classicnlly . ternwd- hollow . belly." Kor it can be easily proved that all cuttle that have the hollow bora are cot poor, nor have they been starved. The besJco that I ever owned was takei ia August with hollow horn while running in pasture "up to her eyes." The first indiottbn that 1 bnd of it was, bhe suddenly almost eatirely failed of her milk -nod would not cat. I split oren the end of be i t;dl two or three inches, which was boliow, bored Lor torus, the vere hollow, and - put one or two - spoonsful of turpantino a couj la o - times in the cavity of the top b ad fcetvfceu the horns. She got well iu wo ci three weeks, but was never afterwards as fcood for milk. I have often since cured them without Lorifig the horns, by cuttiog tha tail a JittliJ.nd putting on turpentine. . . Mr. IIall,,of Tipton, told mo that lip bad a cow fnt euough for beef, that . be found down, aud could not get cp; a neighbor told him sbo'hd tho bellow bora,'...

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 August 1859

i "Let all the ends (boa aim'st at be thy Country's, thy Cod's, and Troth V Ir3:rop2ro1:o:E r : " whole -mm FAYBTTEVlLLB, TENN: THURSDAF, AUGUST 25, 1859. NO. lG.-V0L.-9. -V r I - 'flLEZ2 a RIO B S gyrwo Dollars for one year if paid at me iirne 01 buubvi iuuii iwi.niu and Fifty Cents, without veviatiok, after the expiration of three months. t7All Bil's for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with . hom we have runing accounts. Subscribers failing to order a discontin iiaiiccof 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. No Piinev will .be ecrU out of the county unless paid for in advance. OT Advertisement inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve IJiics or L.ess, for the first insertion; Fifty Cents for each continuance. :"P Tersona advertising by the year, will be charged Forty Dollars fora whole col umn 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. — 25 August 1859

ggfiMSBaBgS1g3IKSa TlfflU, JtiTf HTML. OBSE FAYETTEV1LLS FREE CF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. and Coltar, each making a few brie1 remarks, and then the crowd com menced dispersing, all in commenda ble order and good spirits. Tbo exercises being concluded, the guests who came by Railroad left for the cars. At 3 SO the trains commenced leaving the " General For Vie FuyetUvilie Observer. M. E. Cbnrcli at JHulberrj. Mr. Editor: We wish for the en couragement of the clever people in the county of Liocoln, to present this-R A McWbirter, for insertion in your excellent paper. J h JVlcLane, There is cow a new and capacious L (Waggo&cr, Methodist Church in the village of j Morrison, David Luttrell, J Colbert, D McElyea, II A Morehead, Mulberry. It ig a neat frame buil- Roberison" first, followed at 4.30 dinS of 6 size, one story high,) Jane Howard, George W Whitaker, N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OfricB AttJte same Old Stand;' Sign of the " Observe Printing 0ke." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: i . IIBII Thursda...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 August 1859

;yjT U!JC5r if :l - t. - VV T 1 llu J UOU I jL tree of Postage in Lincoln County TSIUHSDAr. AUGUST 25. 18J9. BHS!NESSNOTICE 1 ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE littD! OCT" Business men will rtccllect that the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER m one of the best Adveetisixg Mediums in the State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN TL.OTSTG- ODDS 1 gautli Priuro-!860. ELEGTION: Saturday, March 3. SHERIFF LINCOLN COUXTT. C7'Weare authorized to announce Col. Jose;h II. (jicorge, a candidate for Sher ff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, SCO. CC7" We sre authorized to announce Mr. I2osc Cl'USf. a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count v. at the nex t March Election, t 07" We are authorized to announce Mr.! Juttu Owens, of the third district, a can-1 didHteforBhwiffof Litcoia county, at the' next M&rch Election, CIRCUIT COUBT CLEKK LtSCOLS COUNTY. OCT We are authorized to announce Mr. It. 5. oCKiurti. a candidate for LlerKotiit c. ....i , lji t thoCircuit Court of Liucolu co...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 25 August 1859

. r -'. -. . . . . ... . ..- . ,. - .... . - - .. .:.; ' . S. -f . . . . ... . . ., it Weaning Lambs. The time fur weaning diG'trs matc .lially, bccordicg to the locality of the larms and the quality of the pasture lUise info gltefefst An Editor Sold. The followinc IineB were u ccctly ecnt to G. C. Ben nett, editor the Brooklyn Times for publication. He did not notice that In a mountainous country, and ! e' frined an acrostic, ar.d published where the land is poor, the weaning olteh takes place when the lamb is liot more than three months old, for it requires all the inttimediafe time to get the ewes in good condition by the time of blossoming; or to pre pare Ibem for market. In a milder ilimate, and on better jHsture, they r.cecl not 1)3 weaned until they are four months old, and that is iibout the period usually selected. Ou the oth'-r hand if the pasture is good, nnd especially if it is the system' -r in terest of the farmer to sell his limbs in ftore condition, they frequently i...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 1 September 1859

; - i I:". "Let fill tue nds (boa aia'st at be thy Country thy God's, and TrstYs - .'-- r - r .... 'v - . - .'! . ' . .. - v V - ; :- .. . . , I I ."."' I .11 'III .lll.-H Ul lli' I r ' J ' 'I IIM.. I I I. I II I I JU. U-'. LJ1-- L ' " . ISTm 0 1 f . 4 I J - 19." i : FAYETTR VltlE, TINNr ! " iim iMMWi -LtiHUBi&aBKUU asXKcmvcvxmrnrwMihV n TH If RSDAY, SEPTEMBER- 1 1859. 10LB MUE ftVTwo Rollnrs for one rear if paid at the time of subscription, Y.vo floHm s ,; rifty Onl.,-wirnouTnr.TiATios, tftertbe cypivation 01 inrfemwui... Work, or Subscript, coroWered due when comrartea ..except uga-.ret those witTi vhn we havci'Tunnins prconnts. CO" Subscribers facing 1 o order . diHContin ,,ancc of the paper , at the expiration of the time Tor which thcr way have suhscnho.l re considered wUing to rcr.ew; and it will be cor.tinncd to them acconlingly. lrTo l'arcr will Le sent out ot the rewtv unices Tl fr in adv!.nre. ':r .;:for tl e fit insertion; Tin, ."....ib fnr paidi continuance f-r Terso...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 1 September 1859

1 - Tl : . - if a I or - - ) ft ? vz Li' J. Ii . r.i V. t-.i ... XI - i ' 1 it. . v ti. J, ... r . J ' c .1 ( ' - t r - s I; u it i it If i FAIETTEH ILLS OBSERVER. FREE : OF 'POSTAGE !N LINCOLN CO, N.O.WALLACE, Editor. Ofkice Jt Me tame Old Stand: SiptoJ the "Olswei Printing Otfice." FAYETTEVILLE. TENX; f hursday IHorciilg,1 Sept, 1, 1859. A Korlhera View cf lte Scbject. Thi Boston correspondent Vf the Washington Constitution, in a lite ' letter, xefers to the vexed question of slavery in territories, which some are f.guin agitating to a-disruption of tho Democratic , party. The - writer is a sound National Democrat, find what be says is entitled to con eideralion:... . y," : " ' y- To us. at tho North, It is a mat ter of wander, as well as legret, that' any". -portion of our - Eoulbcm brethren should ignore the doctrine cf "non-inerventionM as" regards slavery in the Ttrritortesl The . rights of slaveholders in the Ter ritories of the United States are as freely conceded here ns at...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 1 September 1859

rV - a - . I: !! n i f If l : t - rl i : ; r 11 n 1 1 s r lAiyetleYille Observer "Vrcs cf Postage in Lincoln County S 'IIUICSDA V.SEPTOI BCI2 1,1 I ADVERTISERS Will TAKE KEED ! CT" Business men will, reccllect that tlit FAYETTEViLLE OBSERVER '5 one of the best Adtebttsisq Mediums In the State, it having the ' LARGEST CIRCULATlOrJ 3D2" LONG OX53DS I CP ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN a ta4 . ELECTION: Saturday, Marcii 3. : ' SHERIFF T.TSCOLX COCXTT. ' 03" We are authorized to announce Col. 3s.cpU 15. eorp, a candidate for Sher fT of Lincoln couuty, at the March Election, fjT" W ere authorized ' to announce Mr. l?Io.e Cruse, a candid lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the next March Election. (jCT We are authorized to announce Mr. Join Owens, of the third district, a can didate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the ,i:ex.t March Election, f -v- pSCCIT COCBT CLERK LIKCOnK COTTXTT. 4 (7- Wo are authorized to announce Mr. R. S. M codard. a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lincoln co...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 1 September 1859

1 - I 1 ! iV iff'; farm' aitu artim; The Use cf Salcratas. A sensible writer ia.the Southern Cultirator.snys: "I notice ia tbeUnajaw vitiiia tbegaiiisttofhisroora Cultivator for June, 1 SOU, a para- J A female spirit, dressed up a la Bloom -K'apbiu which it WAS Stat'J that Mr. Er. writing something in a book 'of gold. ' GecrgO Sommer "in a rt-Ceilt lecture,' Exceeding drink had made Mc Adam beld, poke Of the excessive USe of salera- AnJt0 o Presence in the room ha said, . i -e i hat wri:et dear?" The vision raised its tus s a cnrmoal caose of our preva- . . , . lent American ilMielth,Hnd deoounc- edit MS a deadly J-uisGD, tc. I have nelore expre?sfi my views on . men love." . . this subject in the Columns of the.i'And is, mine one?" asked Abel. "No-sir-ee' Cultivator, aud endeavored to point : Kq-lied the i.irit, Atel roared with glee, out some of the ill tiiv eta of the im.- B.ttt.cool,J said-"sweet sririt-w,lt0 Me " ?e. ..l- t ., i i . i r That ne'er finds fuult with what womau's ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 September 1859

3Es:ro;p:r'oto: NO. 18VOL. 9. v - FA Y BTTEVI L LB , T E N h TJ (J RSI) A F , SEPTEMBER 8, 1859 tVIIOLE NO. 41). "Let all .the ends Ihca aim'st at be thy Conatry's, (by Cod's, acd Trstli's". "ja" jaz: att. jnsjh.s4. CTTwo Dollars for one year if paid at tbetiiuo of subscription, Ttvo 5?oi!:irs Fifty Onts, virnocT deviation, after the expiration of three months. XTTAII Kit's for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due "when concracted, except agnst those with whom we hr.ve running accounts. 03 Subscribers, failing to orders dipcontin uanceof the paper, at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, arc considered as wishing to renew; and It will be continued to them accordingly. ICJlVo l;jpcr will be sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. Cw" Advertisement f inserted at One Dol lar per Square f Twelve X.ines. or " X,eK9, Tor the first insertion; Fitly . Cents for each continuance. Persons advertising by the year, will be charged T"3rJy...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 September 1859

jr - ,.iiroy.Hi;KW' V 4 I ! 1 N.O.WALLACE, Editor. Office At tlie an me Old Stand: Sign of tin " Observer Printing OJue." FAYETTEV1LLE, TENN: Thnriday Morning, Sept, 8,. 1859. . . Shall Onr Rail Read be Leased? At the meeting of Directors in Nashvilla on Wednesday cf last wec"k, a Committee was appointed to draft a proposition ' to be submitted to the Stockholders of the Winches ter and Alabama Rail Iload, setting forth the conditions on which the N isbville and Chattanooga Kail Iload Company shall operate our Road, if they take it. Tho following are the proposed terms of the transfer, and the Stockholders of the WiucheBler. nnd Alabama Railroad are request ed to meet in this place on Monday, Septmlcr 19, 1850, to vote either for cr rgainst their acceptasce: Whzrfas, Sometime ego the Nash ville and Chattanooga Rail Read Company made a proposition to lenge the Winchester and Alabama Rail Road upon c-fftaia conditions; AND Whereas, The undersigned have teen appointed a Committee to pr...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 September 1859

'.-- - - . .. " I ! t fayetteville Observer Free of -Postage in UacoIii Countj XIILTXCSDA',SEPTEJIKCK 8.1 59. BOSIiESSlp 1161 i ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! fjT Business mea will recollect that the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER . is one of the best ArVKRTisiso Mediums in the State, it having the ' . . ' . LARGEST. CIRCULATION ' ODDS! ,OP ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN 0arct llrrtiDTt-SaO. ELECTION: Saturday, March 3. 8UERIFF LISCOLN COrKTr. - We are authorised to announce Cob .'Joseph II. iacorgcj a candidate for Sher ff of Liucoln County, at the March Election, . 60. ' W are authorized to announce Mr. Iflwscs Crus, a candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the next March Election. 07" .We are authorized to announce Mr. JcUu Owens, of the third "district," a can didate for Shfiiff of Lincoln county, at the next March Election, . , CIHCUIT COChT CLEKK LISCOLS COCSTT. QT" We are authorized to announce. Mr. X. Vodnrl. a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lincolu county ,at the next . M...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 8 September 1859

r, i. v. i;. ; -1 f. , . Letthit Horse IWnk. , When" I was a boy.IwaV riding a a one horse carriage with ' an" aged lady relative, myself, holding "the reins. . As we iss'jd through a for ding, the horse showed a disposition to drink, wlieb I thwarted by touch ing him with thd whip. - 'Stop, my son, -aud let the horseJ drink snid tho wldlady. ; ,' Vhv.ucty,' I rtjlied,-'be 13 not thirsty; be only Vubt8 io make) oil believe so; it's not au hour ihcebe .drank. .. 'Let him. drink, skid eke, 'be knows? his own wants best. ' Whiithi r hiMeally need it or riot, you gee i; will plaase him to be aHofred to diinlc, and bd does a great deal to pltaso you." Always remcsiher, my Bon, that when vou gratify a dumb bast, ly doing anything &o cheap as h unuK 01 water nom a running brook, it is very churlish to refuse it.1- I huve always romt mbered it. To tliis d-y ' jl e'!dcui' driv& a bor?e tLroagh a fording, but I think of ray pPLtle aunt,' with that tlessed 'heart of; hers far th.5 poor...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 September 1859

it M i.M'0L. 9. FAYETTE VILLB , TBM:'; TililliSBAF,- SEPTEMBER 15, -1859; WHOLE NO; 435. v.- iVLtt all the ends (liqa aim'st at lie thy Country's, thy Cod's, and TrathW i trTwo Dollars for one rear if 'paid at the time of subscription, Tvo Dollars j IIIIU I' III J JCIIIS, WI InOUT )KV I Al jua, after the expiration of three moiitLs. V7AII Bill for Advertisements,' Joo WorkJ or - Subscription, considered. . dae uhen con tracte'd, except against those w ith whora we have running accounts. OCT Subscribers failing 1o order di.eontin nanceof th papeT,at the expiration of the ' time for which they may have subscriVd, are considered as wishing to renew;" and it will be continued to them accordingly. IxZf'Wo l:ijcr will be sent .out of the county unless paid for in advance. (T Advertisement t-inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Mne or 1,, for the first insertion; Filly Cesil for each continuance. i T Tereons advertising by the year, will charged Forty Dollar fora whole col- J umn, ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 September 1859

-4 'i 4- ii' !! it' 1 '! ! ii i t 4 1 - ' v FAYETTEViLLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE" LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Grnot-- Attfotamt Old Start: Siencf tfu . uotervet rntiting VJict." FiYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning, Sept. 15, 1859. ; A STRANGE CASE. The following article is from the Kbw York Express, acd the state ments therein made, notwithstanding their seeming improbability, are sub stantially true. Mr. Font resides near Winchester, bis arrived at the prime of manhood, and has, by his own exertions, accumulated a hand some property; and it does seem strange that i mm with auch a lib eral experience, should have been so easily duped but so it U. He of 'fers h reward of one thousand dollars for the arrest of the woman and hr husband, and the recovery of the nnney. Here is the way in which be was "Uken in and done for:" Oa the 13:h tf July, a woman, 'culling herself Mrs Rivers, called, with her husband and two chiljreu, oo4i wealthy farmer, nawd. Ileze. kiah Faris, at his f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 September 1859

Fayetteville Observer!81 Ccf " LaBPs- , : tree of Postage In Lincoln County Till) US DAY, SEPT. 15, I 50.- BUSINESS NOTICE! ADVERTISERS W!LL TAKE HEED ! 03" Business men will recollect that the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER is ne of the best Advebtisino Msdicms La the Suite, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION 23"5T ODDS! OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED II? Severn JcwcL Leasing the Railroad " ' fef weeks ago, and; that as a" consequence, . . .. ' ,. . r ; prices incst advance. Already we notice We fire disposed to thick from ail , some of our western exchanges advise farmer Burner, that are. now io um ire the that na can km, that a m-jority pl'Z'riilHTt, Jfattfr lletH0tt"-tS6O. ELECTION: Saturday, Maecii 3., ' 6HEKIFF LIXCOLX COTJXTT. ffr We are authorized to. announce Col. Joseph II. George, a candidate for Sher- S of Lincoln county, at the Slarcn jciecuon, 660. OCT are authorized to announce Mr. TOose Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the next March Election. (7 We are authori...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 September 1859

farm antf-.fiarkn ' riant Shade Trees. V In rnany of (be villages ia Ohio, and New England StAtes, there are associations fur the purpose of plant ing out and protecting shade trees. Some few of the towns .of. Missouri and Illinois War witness, iu the fine eld street shades, of tbo'tboughtful ness'aud labors of those who have cone before ur, but the greater number of our towns ure barr?n of! any shade, and both mn and beast condemned to pxsa tho summer in them, have to endure the full blaze of our clear, hot bud; and cl?r- and Lot it is,by one'who has endured it the pnst three weeks will dispute. . The following from the Country Gentle imn, shows whnt may b9 done in any village by a .little exertion, and now is the time, while the sun and beat continue, to cct .up the -'association! cud collect the subscriptions: ; The beauty of a village,- af every person of taste is aware, does not depend on its showy buildings so much h as its shady treis. Any P1 .urly ornamented with trees is Is...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 September 1859

t I i "Let all the ends thon aiia'st at be thy Conntry's, (by Gcd's, and TruthV F1 AT BTT MIL L E y V TB N N : TIJ U R SD A Y , S B P T B M iB E R 2 2, 185 9v ; :: , I ; WIIpLB jO. IS, NO. 20- VOL. 9. r S: paid at nbscriDtion. To Dolluts ml Fifty Cents, wihout deviatios, After the expiration of three months. CPAII Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. T Subscribers failing to order a discontin uance of the paper ,at the expiration of the time for winch they may have subscribed, Are considered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. tCJKo l'aper will be ecnt out of the county unless iaid for in advmce. T AdVert'mcment i inserted atOn Dol lar per Square of Twelve Line or L.ess, for the first insertion; Filty . 3 U lOVM'VU" B tZF Tersons advertising by the year, will be charged Forty Dollar fora whole col umn, Twenty Dollars for one-half, fca Dollars for on...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 September 1859

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IH LINCOLN CO. N. 0 . WALLACE Editor." OrncB At Ota tnmi Old Stand: Sign of the " Observer Printing OJice." FA YETTEVILLIV TEX K : Thursday Moniin&Sfpt. 22, - ISM. The Evils cf iboJishias SlaTery. The following, taken from the Itev. Dr. River's Elements of Moral Fhiloscphy, is the Bitapfoat, fairest and truest statement wo oxer obser ved respecting the cvili cf abulish ing slavery. Every sentence is a text, from which important sermons might well bo preached: The Abolition of slavery would torn out of employment thousands of operatives at tho North. The great cotton xnill3 would cease to move, for there would bo no raw material to supply them. The country would ba almost stunned by tho wail3 of anguish that would arise from famishing: women and starving children. Ago would sink exhausted under its infirmities, and youth would j glow fiiek and di. - j Eogland would to ruined. She would totter from her high position, and coasa to bo tho 'Quee...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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