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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 January 1860

Fayctlevillc Observer Free of Postage in Linchlh Cosnty THUKSDAV, JAKUAKT 12. lSCO NOTICE i ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED ! 07" Business men will recollect that the Fayctlevillc Observer is one of the best Advertising Mediums in the State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION 0f j' lfcb?pqpcr publish k SOUTHERN TENNESSEE! ELECTION: Saturday, March 3. BHEELFF LIXCOLX COUSTT. 07" We are authorize! to announce Col. Joseph II. iicorge, a candidate for Sher iff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 1FCO. ft?7-We are authorized to announce Mr, Most Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the next March Election. -(7- We ar"j authorized to announce Mr. JoiKi Owcsis, of the third district, a can didate for Sheriff of Liucolu county, at the cextMn-oh Election, cincf it coitut ci.ei'.x wscols county. (7- We are authorized to announce Mr. B. i. V&'oettani. a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lincoln couuty.atthe next March Elortson. TRUSTEE LIXCOLS COrSTT. (7- We are a...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 January 1860

4 9 MAKING SOAP. " I iish)6u tu iiVSirmuietl.roup.ri the CUiva'.or ofsmiieof the Ti) deTH's Bap mnkirg;9r modus rperandi is to pts the. lye through stmkttl' ..lime,' then toil- and nld ftt; potnelitnes thi lyo lf:it will unite, but often tbo fat wilt float oil Hie lop na soon as cool. ; .Why is HUt Or whnt fire the requisites for "nuking soft snap of wood hsi.es D. R 13. VortsvilhPo. The lest irocees lor nuking soft soap is simply ibistr First, procure good nfches, pli.ee a hall pi ck of cms-j lie or water 6);icked lime, iu the bot tom of the leach, for each barrel of 8sbef; if air stacked, the quantity, must be Isrger, according to the time it has been exposed to the air. . It is usual to pluce straw below the Jime, to" prevent the water from car ryicg it off in pirtiiles. Place the . cthes on the lime,' beating it com- pactly ns each successive Liver is supplied, till tho ieach is full. If not beaten solid, tha water vill run through too soon, and the lye will be weak. A stout bar...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 January 1860

. . c . t "Let all (he ends thonalm'stat be thy Coonlfj's, thy God's, and TnithV THURSDAY, J A N II A R Y 1 9 , 1 U IK WHOLE NO. 452, , ,). O-Two Dollar for one year if rid the time of tuecritkHi, To Dollni nn Fifty Ccn Is, wirHoyTpEviATioH after tbe expiration of three months. C7AII Bill for Advertisement!, Job Work, or Subscriptionconsidered due when contracted, excei against those with whom we have running accounts. (ETSdbHcribers failing t o 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 c ontinued to them accordingly. IC7 No I"pcr will be sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. (T Advertisement inserted at One Dol lar tcrqre .- rrtr nr.l continuance. Jiirrersnns advertising by the year, mill be -charged Forty Dollars fora wholecol aiMif -Wciilf Dollars for one-half, r .-.iinrtl Ao ae via Cll UOHJir lor ouo-H -v - -- ion from these tervxs mtdfr any ctrcutns'anc...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 January 1860

I FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. , FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. X. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Omen At the eame Old Stand: Signo the "Olieritr Printing Ofice." FAYETTEVILLE, TEXN: Thursday Morning, January 19,1860 "DEAD SHOT WHISKEY." Under this bead we find m the Trumbull (Ohio) Democrat, the following J article from the pen of Jfr. Cox, inspector 1 of Cincinnati, which we publish for the benefit of r.ll who are disposed to imbibe the Ohio poison: . ; 4Since my appointment I have, as physician to the Probato Court,- ex amined upwards of four hundred in sane cases, two thirds of which Dum ber became insane from drinking the poisonous liquors sold :it the dogger-, iisand taverns of our city and coun ty. Many of ibera are boys of from .nineteen to twenty yesrs, of eg", some of whom were laboring under a hereditary tniat and perhaps in many of them the mental derange ment would never have been devel oped had they not dnuk of these poisonous decoctions. , One boy, 17 years of age, tho princi pal supp...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 January 1860

ir V- FayeUeville Observer Free'oT-Pdsftge in Lincoln Cenalj tiiuusoAV. JAivrAiiY 10; I860 ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE li EED ! CO". Business men will' reocllect that the Fdyetlevillc Observer is one of the best Adteetisiko Medium in 'the Slate:, it having the ' "t ' "' ' ? 'f--' ' LARGEST, CIRCULATION: BV X.03MO-A03D1D3 l.. : SOUTHERN TENNESSEE! , lE LECTION: Saturday, Marc:! 3,? SllEBIFF MSCOtN OCSTT. - - We are uuihoiizttd to "announce. Col. Jotcph II. 4rfforjf?, a candidate for Slier--iflT of Lincoln county, at thc.llarch Election, 18CO. ' l ' t'".-',.V.V (53-We are authorized to anronncc Mr. Mose 1'rnsr, a 'candidate for Sheriffof Lincoln c"ti!Hy,at,thencxt March Election.. tfjr. We are autUorized.'ta announce llr. Joliil Oneu, of the third district, a can didate for.-Saerjirpf .Lincoln county,- at tho next March "Election, ' '" " CIRCUIT COUKT CLEKR LISCOLX COUNTT. ffT" We are authorizol to announce Mr. th eCircnitC.mrt of Lincoln coanty, at the next March Election.'' ,- ;" ' TUCsTK...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 January 1860

;-7i.-..--s-r i i- FEED FOR HORSES. . The London Omoibos Company, eavs an exchange, have - recently roads a reDort : on the feeding t of horses, which discloses some inter eiting facts. It seems ;hat the com pany use no less than six thousand horses; 3,000 of this ourober have for their feed hruised oats and cut hay and straw, and tbe otber three thou sand get whole oats and hay. The allowance according to the first was bruised oats 1G lbs.; cut hay 1 7$ lbs., cat straw 2lbs. .The allowance accorded to the second--unbruised oats 19 lbs- uncut hay 13 lbs. The bruised oats, cut hay and cut strRW, amounted 26 lbs., and the unbruised oats, etc. to 32 lbs," . The terse that had bruised oafs, with cut bay and straw, consumed 26 lbs. per day, and it appears that it could do the eameworkas well, and was kept in aa e ood condition, as v. the : horse which . received 32 lbs. per day. Here was a saving of six Ibs. a day on the feeding of each horee receiv ing bruised oats, and cut straw, The a...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 January 1860

i - - . NO. S7--V0L 9. O-Fwo Dollars for one year jf paid at " the time of subscript Ten, T.t Bollais au fifty Cents, without deviation after the expiration of three months. V-Ttl Kills for Advertisements, Job- w,.rir or Subscription, considered due when 'contracted, except against those with wlinm wp. have running accounts. 0rSabscribers fiVmt1o order s discontin uance of the Tap-r , jR.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. IrTpIVo Taper will be sent out of the countv 'unless paid for in advance.- 'fr Advertisement inserted at Our Iol- or 1, fot the first, insertion ; e in j Ceiil for ench conunua... . 'Peraona adjerusp w,ecol- timn, TWfiiir loiini . ' . f. r,oniinrtcr. Aodcwa- i, rrom;ffm.tir'r. O-The privilege of yearly advertisers is. r-ertisin? firm is not conMd.;red as uiclud.ng "that of its individual mewlwrs frrArno.!nCir,grandidates'iI.eeolI:.r iCTAdvertiscments not m...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 January 1860

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor., Ornci Jl the tame Old Stand: Sign of tit " Observei Printing OJice." FAYETTEV1LLE, TEKN: Thursday Morning, January 2G,1SG0 Democratic Stale CcnTcnlion. This body convened at the Capitol, Wednesday, tbe 18th inst., and was called to order at 11 o'clock, by Hon. Daniel S. Donelson, of Sumner county. Dr. Sam'l E. Moore, from the Com roittce appointed at a preliminary meeting of the delegates to designate permanent officers for the convention, made the following report: PRESIDENT. Hon, George W. Jone6. VICE PRESIDENTS. 1st District Col L C Haynes, 2d 3d 4th 5th Cth 7th Sth 9th lOib Col RT Hildretb, Gen James T Lane, Dr J L Thompson, Col J M Avent, Col W P Davie, Hon T M Jones, Colli W McGavock, W II Willi?, Hon W C Dunlap. u u SECRETARIES. F C Dunniugton, Tbomas Boyors, H F Cooper, W Parker, B F Dill, M C Gallaway. On motion tbe nominations were confirmed, with but one solitary dis senting voice. lion. George ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 January 1860

AN I N L'lgLJB.'.5Jft&lJV,l JL J.JJH-1HJ V Fayetteville Observer uk of Jackson ; 1 . " . Mr. Hammond, of Nashvillei is Free of Postage in Lincoln County TIIUKSDAV, JAKUAinr 2G. I8G0 ' ' - ? ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! 07" Business men will recollect that the 'Fayetteville Observer is one of the best Adtektisiso Mediums in the State,, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION SOUTHERN TENNESSEE! Dfcdi pttiani 1860. now canvassing Lincoln for-subscri bers to this great work, tthicb is to bo issued in tbrea volumes, 8vo, GoO pages each, with steel portraits, The tbree volumes of the work mil; each, present General Jackson in a different cbiracler, in different scenes, surroonded ' by - different co operators. .; . - Volame First exhibits him chiefly in tbe character of a western pioneer. It contains an immense mass of new information respecting tbe race whence Andrew, Jackson sprung--bis child bood and scbool-Iifo bis career as a teacher of nn Old Field School law student an4 back-woods la...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 January 1860

farm aifo axiihi; The Economy of Shelter. .Shelter is a want of the first necessity in onr cold climate, and no fanner may neglect Vuh eafety r economy many provisions of this nature. The farmer needs a good house for the Comfort of his family and himself, a barn to keep bis ffnin nd fiirlilpr from flip weathpr. from cold storms, shed and cellars iu which to .keep his manure, and1 convenient out houses to store his vehicles in when not using them. Shed?, Etutles, feeding racks and feeding troughs, often eave in a singlj winter their entire cost, Vy avoiding the needless consumption of food to impart wnrmlb, and pre venting a waste of fodder under foot. Much of the profits of rearing. cat tle depends on the manner of keep ing thtm through tie winter. If they are suffered to lose flesh during the cold seasons, aud turned out to- pasture "spricg poor," it takes a long time fur them to regain what they have lost. The practice of feeding and leaving stock ia the open fields, without shel...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 February 1860

-. . - . .. . - '- . . . " KT. O- "TSraJLla'OO, : V "Let all the ends tho aira'st afbe thy Conntir thy GodX anl TnilhV' - CfiyiO"fcC3r f - - 1 : : ' - . FAYETTEVILLE, TENiV: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY UGO. WHOLE NO. 451 m SS. VOL. 9. ftVTno Dollars for one year if paid at hetime of subscription, I'.v Dollars mid Fifty Cents, wirnoPTj)EViAtiOH " ' after the expiration of three months. IllM fr Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted, except against those with ' whom wo have running accounts. - C5-S ibscribers failing t o order a discontin ; nance of the paper , at the exp.ration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are considered a wishing to renew; and it - will be continued to them accordingly. QKo 'Paper will he sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. (KT Advertisement t- inserted at One Dol lar perSqaareofTwelycLinc or for the first insertion; Filly a.? jt. -n sa Cents for eacu coiiiiua..vv. ....'an luyTcrsons advertising tao year, w...

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 February 1860

FATLSTTfiV ILLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN UKCCLHCO. K. 0. WALLACE, Editor. .Qrricn-rALthe same Old Stand: Signof the "Observe? Printing Ofice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENS: Thursday Morning, Ftfcruar j 2,ISC0 TLc ; Baptists and Slavery. AYe have long noticed that the Baptist denomination o! tha South take a leading position on the ques tion of slavery. V7e have no objec- lion to the churches discussing slave ry in its moral and christian relations In fuct we do not see how they can . conscientiously avoid the issue. Slavery is cither right or wrong. We of the South say it is right, and therefore it specially hceoines pur churches rnd church organs to inculcato this doctrine ts taught in the Bible. In this connection we submit the following article from the bouth-western y.iptisr, as wormy 014 to snow seme signs 01 me ana prom- attention, both from its distinguished jise.' ;'' . t T . . . t aM source, and fcr the intrinsic merit of tho views presented: Our Washington correspondent gives ra...

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 February 1860

ft V - . j. '. , ; j ;. , ; , r ?Sy j, . . , . ...... . v z:?T? "-i 4 V 1 ", ADVERTISERS VILL TAKE HEED ! GST Business men will recollect that the Fayctlcville Observer ionj of tha best lbs State, it having tha , LARGEST CIRCULATION risr long oddhi SOUTHERN TENNESSEE ! , L '-. . 1 . ' 1 !- Fii vM ! ivi 1 1 p ( )Uf rvpr iThc ?rt of Anathematizing- ; ; 4Jl-r-t ' J x. I llow ,09 swo!:r! How frequently Vreo of -Postage in U&colh County jbia tonguo: commands: the most . sjsT7p1xJATtr sTTseo ! noroa! ' 83 wel1 as. he most cmpb - " - . - . r . .-! . ic adjoetives ia our language..-;. It uuiuu ui :iiic iuiuah- iiiu uiuuui, onco 'alsotbed, transforms all its wicked erudition to the Hps "of its victim: for' curse he never so strocs- I . L 1 J 1 . t 4 J ' ' ' 1 Advertisixo Medics in v wnen Eooer, ice weuiiaieu man m was beccr.e elcquentirj bis anathe matization, end puts in bis oaths with en earueetucf-8, an intensity, a, full ness, and significance that no "ua (diluted intellect can- poss...

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 February 1860

Important lo Farmers, Ungrounu gram is heating to the stomach of all animals, and o( diffi cult digestion, producing colic and other inflammatory diseases, partial- krlyin horses, which tends greatly to shorten their lives. They are deprived of the benefits derived from the stimulus of distension, so neces sary to the proper health of all an imals, hy being unable to eat 'a sufficient bulk to produce it before they are gorged. But when ground Into meal, and mixed with cut hay or .Iran fif .nv kind, this necessa- ry distension is produced without any danger of disorders arising from eating too much. It is now eight years since I have been in the habit of feeding corn in this way, and out of eix to ten horses I havo annually kept, in that lime there was but one case of sickness among n.y horses, which was a slight colic. The un common health of my horses I at tribute, in a great degree, to the use of ground food. MILCH COWS. Milch cows should bo stabled, es pecially at night and in st...

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 February 1860

' ... . . I . ; r-v ZT. O'. Wallace,1 "Lei all the ends lhoa alra'stat be ibj Coantry, thy God's, and Truth's" I: FAYETTE VJLLE, TEM: f MRSBAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1860. WHOLE AO. 455. V r i i v L ili If Mi i" ---"rM ja. bk. ran ffos- avtwo Dollars for one year if paid at the time of subscription, 1'tvo Dclfens nul Fifty Ccu Is, without pevjation fter the expiration of three months'. jC7All XSills for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered dne when contracted, except against those with whom we havo running accounts C3TS A Chapter on Human Nature. A correspondent of the Blair Co. IVItig furnishes that paper with the -Stilwribers failing 1 order a discontin- particulars or the lollOWing incident, nance f the wer, at the of wf,ch be WES an eye witness. It 4 ., f,-. t- Kiel) I II f V 111TI V 11 C BUU3L1 k LIMI. I are considered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. ICPA'o Taper will be cent out ol the county unless paid for in advance. OCT Advertiseme...

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 February 1860

FAYETTEV ILLE OBSERVER. FREE CF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. For the Faytttevillt Observer, IRISH POTATOES. The secret of iaisiog Irish potatoes, is known by very few people. I snail endeavor in a brief manner to give my experience and observation on tbe subject. 1st. Break your ground thorough ly both ways, then list tbe rows thirty ' LETTER FROM EUROPE 3XTO. 3I- Paris, October 20, 1859. There aro in this city may Amer icans, and in somo pluces, we hear bear nothing" but English 6poken. As I can understand and spek the meeting ot mountains overhead, and roots of trot 3 oau frequently bo eeen piojei-liGg from this tingular nrch. Tho Hot frj rins rushes out Wo are freqjantly told when South' trn inen threaten a dissolution of the Union, that thev do not mean wnat iceL uuuiu int. iiirii ium uiu u'.'iu .-- - and perpetual, supplying severa.l French lansuajie, I feel no emnar inches cpart, making a good large iTa8sment whatever in my intercourse QrncxAilheiam Old Stand:...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 February 1860

FajrellcviIIc Observer Free 9 f Postage In Lincoln County BUSmESSJIGTICE! ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED I OCT Easiness men will rccllect that the FayetleviUe Observer 1 one of the best Adveetisiso Mediums in "tbe State, it laving the LARGEST CIRCULATION xjt r.o2srQ odd3 i 'Of Vcto3pqpcr ii) SOUTHERN TENNESSEE! ELECTION: Satcudat, March 3. PltEBTFK tISCOLN COCXTT. Wa urn nntborirnd in nnnmmpfl flol. ( j4ciU M. tjiejriJ. a candidate for Sher- 1SCO L,ucolncount-v'at tbe March Lkcuon, fj7" We are authorized to nnnonnco Mr. I?Isc Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincolu county, at the next March Election. 07 V.'e arc authoiizei to announce Mr. jfv!in Ou'i'U". of the third district, a can didate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at tbo next March Election, CIRCUIT COlTkT CLlHK LIXCOLS COCKTT. 03" We are authorized to announce Mr. Jl. Woodard. a candidate for Cleric of the Circuit Court of Lincoln county,atthe next March Llertiou. TEC-iTEE M!rC0L COUNTY, fj7 We are authorized to announce A. S. ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 February 1860

farm aitij Sartei Earth c? Aittle Worms. The common etrtb or angle-worm infests most old gardens, and ricL soils generally, ranch to the detri ment of tbe appearance -of the for mer, where neat walks and alleys are always desirable. They usually come to the surface io rains and after hea vy dews, (hence taking the name ef tfcic-wcrm,) briDgiDg with them a portion of the soil, and leaviDg their easts and trails wherever they move. Thesa facts are generally noticed, but few have studied their uses or Bought to know the part they per form in the economy of nature. In- . stead of beicg, as is generally sup posed, detrimental to the farmer,they arc laborers with him in the improve- - ment of the soil. A scientific wri ter on zoology sayB: "The Wrowing of earth-worms is n process exceedingly ueeful to the gulden and agriculturist; and these animals are far more useful to the man in this way, than they are inju rious by destroying vegetables. Thy cive a kind of undei tillage, to the land, ...

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 February 1860

. .. -.o - - S 2 4 t ii : J f.:l if .;. If Ii i i 3. - - NO. 40. VOL. 9, frrTwo Dollar for one year If paid hotlrac of subscription.T.v Dollars - and Fifty Cents, vifBOcx deyiatios after the ' expiation of thyee months. . uiH fr Advertisements, Job- Work or Subscription, considered dne ' .'when 'contrarted , except ajainst those with whom we hae running accounts.., KTSabscribers failing order a ducont n ,Vuauce of the paper , at the expiration of the ?. tun. for which they may hae .absrnbed . are considered as wishing to renew; and it will be continued to them accordingly. . tO1 No l'npcr will be eeDt out of the ,l eenntv ness paM for in dsnw . T Advertisement t inserted at One- Dol lar er !qure of Twelve fJnes or Le, for tbe first insertion; Filly Cent lor eaen -couw... chirgedrorty ,- -T-i. .11 ......-- ..i. fVvrft hnlercl. Teii IoUnt for one-quarter. Ko tlevia- lion from thtseterm ?"Jer 7 vertir. i. CTTho privilege of JeRrVy,.adveyt,"rVS rr the bess of an ad- , TertuiiK 'firm' is...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 February 1860

! I) I , 1 ! i 1 !:l it 1AYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. O. WALLACE, Editor. I - . - ' OrriCK Atilitiamt Old Stand: Sign of lU M Obstrver Printing Ofice." FAYETTEV1LLE, TEKKt ThnrsdayMorningebruarjiejiscd The Commercial Aspect i of the present ' bickerings between the Northern and Southern States is looked to .with a good deal of interest in both quarters. A New York correspondent of the Charles ton Mercury, in his letter of Jan. 22, writes that 'great distress" prevails in the former city in consequence of the partial withdrawal of the Southern- trade. lie says that it is felt not onlj' by all the bouses which have heretofore done their main business with the South, but by ,all the tra ding interests of the city, to a great er or less extent Th9 manufactu ring jewelers are said to have been greater losers. Their principal trade is with the South and their losses are estimated in hundreds of thousands of dollars. The writer says' " "It i3 agreed on all hands,...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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