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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 February 1860

... . .... r, -. CTt..J . T..-.. r "' 1 if jl ' . .A. ft-. ! I if it n ;'i ii . a n y r .; vuivaiwu iuvq 01 cuuuirv. su foee of Postage In Lincoln ComIj New no'Bi-'-c SnvFte j)3tlieulair .We- attrj a; tendeinesa; almost devotional ffo the advertisoment of flf-T it' . -s - uiuuu v nuuucvci 13 iiritfiu tu.iio ri Trrtr 1 r -nr. . . i' ' r marks the .annuls of a BHQiPilTQC'rVnTinir-rgrMl rePl3' V Wo cIaitnAto be a UOli jSop .. JjQJ J.lyC I great people! -Do. each eebiimeots XDYE3TISERS AVII1 TAP MFPI1 1 ianimate os? Ar they snouia ce, ice dewy, looa oi our; minds? ' They are the conservative principles of .national life,, as well as I fen Bpdnm-Jnfljn trilT jeeollect that the FdyettevillcObscn is one f the test Aovtansnfo.MEDttMs be Slate;-it having the rf,- LARGEST CIRCULATION &ST LONG ODDS! '- -.SOUinERiN TENNESSEE ! us in .the incentive aud procuring cause! t ELECTION: Satcmat; March 3. .... SHERIFF LIjTCOLW COTHIT. r f7; We are authorized to announce Col. Joseph II. Uearge, a ca...

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 February 1860

'N ; '. Early Fallcnin of Animals. v Tho philosophy of increase of' fat in animals is, that the digested food not needed to supply waste in the sys tem, is lflid up ia tie form of fat 8round the muscle?, ready to be ab sorbed rgio io'o-tbo circulation if needed, v Wusle is induced by f x crciss of muscles, and also by. a com bustion in the lungs, of tbe digested food, to sunr.lv the animal heat. Hence,, tbe same tmount of food given in warm wenthir will,' . if di gested, afford a greater surplus of fit than when fed in cold weather. -Hogs or other r.nimaU intended for Hit teniDg should be hut up this month. Many advocate making the size ol tbe fattening' pen so small that the animal Vill just bare room to stand or lie. While confinement favor rest and a disposition to fatten, too close quarters ere not healthful fui the animal, which needs moderate exercise to promote digestion. . The quality of the flesh-produced must bo somewhat impaired by n confinement that interferes with the h...

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 February 1860

"Let all the ends tlioa alm'st at be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's. ; u WHOLE KO. FA E TT E VI L L B , T E N N : I1 II U R S D AT , E E B R U A R Y 2 3 , 1 86 0 NO. .41 VOL. 9, i j . - - . i - ! : i - f- t fT-Tv Dollars for one year if paid at Uietime f subscription, T Dollais IMld Fifty Ceill.WIfHOCTCKVIATION after tbe expiration three months. r-7A!l Rl for Advertisements, Job Work or Subscription, considered due when 'contracted. c?pt against those with whom wo have running accounts. - (Subscriber failing t oorder a discontin uance of the paper , at tho P'ratlon .f.tb time for which they may have subscn bed arTcoidered aa wiahing to renew; and it will he continued to them ordng1y lO-Ao Taper will he acut out of the bounty unless paid for u . CS- Advertisement inserted al or for the first insertion; Fifty Cents for each continuance. Cf PtDi advertising by the year vl. he lion 'rm7eemna0"V:"";r . .rfiuff firm ift not COIV that of its individual memtcrt (tJ-Arnouncing candida...

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 February 1860

FAYETTEV1LLS OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrrrcE At the same Old Stand: Sign of (lit " Ultservet Printing VJice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: TharsdajMorninFcbrnary 23,1860 Free Negro Exodns. The Philadelphia Pres9, in noti cing the legislation of certain south ern States to remove the free ne groes from their limits, says that, cbould Virginia and Maryland be brought to adopt this policy, Penn sylvania would be over luiity hordes of free negroes, and such a state of things would be produced as would create an intense feeling throughout :ur Commonwealth, and perhaps lead, a turn, to such legislation as bus already been under consideration i 6omo of the non-slaveholding States, prohibiting any further immi gration of free colored persons into be State. . Indiana and Illinois already have uch laws. If Pennsylvania can ?e induced to adopt them, and Mary and, Virginia and North Carolina will, expel the vagrant free negroes com their limits, the abolitionists o...

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 February 1860

1 Fayetteville OlDseryer free of Postage In Lincoln County TlHIHSPArtrEDaUAKT23. I860 NES.S NOTICE! ADVERTISERS WILL-TAKE HEED 1 : - G3 Easiness men will recollect that the Faycttcville Observer is one of tha best Advebtisixo MnrCH3 in tne btate, it having the " ' . LARGEST CIRCULATION B-ST LONG 013X33 I . Of qnU iicto?pqpcir pqbWshcd ii? , SOUTHERN TENNESSEE ! QXmlx IIfcioi-rI8(50. ELECTION: Saturday, March 3.-' 6UEBIFF LISCOLU COCSTT. ; - ' " QZj" We are authorized to announce Col. Joscpa If. cJcorgc, & candidate for Sher iff of Lincoln county, at the March Election, 18CO. fjr We are authorized to announce Mr. lUoscg Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, at the next March Election. 07" We are authorized to announce Mr. John Owen, of the third district, a can didate for Sheriff of . Lincoln county, at tho text March Election, CIBCUIT COUUT CLERK LI2TC0LH COTJSTT GO'" We are authorized to announce Mr. R. H. VFoo,lnrd. a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lin...

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 February 1860

.71 - , farm anft jarit; , : Cements. . 1 The followiog are highly valuable recipes from tka' memorandum book f an experienced member of the craft : ... . j Ceuext foii Cracks in Wood Make a paste of slaked time Que put, rye meal two purts, linseed oil q. 8. Or, dissolve one part of glae iu sixteeu parts of water, sod a mixture of equal parts of whltc-lenJ,red kad, litharge, and chalk.; CcMEKT FOR JoiSISO METAL9 -and Wood- Melt rosin, and stir in cal cined plaster until reduoed to a paste, to which add boiled oil q.s., to bring it to the consistence of honey ; apply warm. Or, melt rosin, ISO parts, and stir iq burnt timber 30, calcined plaster 15, and boiled oil 8 parts. Impervious . Cement fob Appara- tus.Corxs, &c Zinc-white, rubbed op ith copal varnish to Gil up the indentures: when dry, to be covered t.with the same mass, somewhat thin ner, and lastly, with copal varnish: alone. Cemest fob Faetenikq Brass to Glass Vessels Melt rosin 150 parts, wax 30, and add burnt ocbro 30,...

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

. i:.- ' ' - vf..;-v- : r,v ; . . -.. .- .-, : . - ,v . - 7 - - . r. , ,v-'-- -v "7 '"' : . f . ... .. . - - v.- . - "- v - .. T,tt IJOllnri loir one year if- paid at : the time of;juictiptin, o E?uI:ri mid ririf.es;.,wii'HuTPETiATioM J. nr the -expiation .cf-tlnee ibictitlia.' i ICTf'li JUl'' t?T- ertisementa, Jo'u . ' - rV-jrir " -or-; uisrl jtion',X cmundcted . du .-- 'when cottfrattea.c'xr'er-t ageiiisttboso with " Wlttm we Iave rpnnirg afconnts. X ; 03 lcrit!er failing i o order i dtscontin- - :-. ; --i .f-iii ''4iiJ ' L v. WOTT3L3D - s'OTr-i-; unoa an occurtfOCQ' wuicftf,ttciuuY rau "'- - ' lime To whifli " they wif bnve -auWribed,, " :Rre cou4dl'rl aaWUbinjto renew; and it , t-- l ter -will !).. ecnt out t the t ."mju j wj uj 'jv -t--v":"V r : t j ; , t,' ."r .,, ! ' ' - ' ' - ' .' V I . v 03r Adveftiiewent t inserted at Ottr c n K n l- tf n IHClti: & ' . r Lens J for the first insertion ; I Ifty iUy t i: Uiua : Cent for -eackiconinmarice: " ., : tjoC qJliQ - ;fWa; fl-vch...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 1 March 1860

v F I -I: : 1i i A . .1! ? f I" 7 r ! -; :'J: r ;f 1 j FAYSTTSViLLS OBSERVER. f REE- OF POSTAGE l!i LINCOLN CO. s. o. Wallace; Editor;- OrriOE Id the same Old Slaml: Sign of the ,MObtervet Printing OJsse.r.i ; ..,.; " FAYETTEV1LLLV TEKNt Tii Mprnin, March 1, I860. V ,7. A NEW STATE. . ; rt: Mr. Porter, on last Saturday, of fvred the following Teamble and ;- resclu.tions, in the' House of Repre eentatived of the .Tennessee Legis- : latuw: ': -' 7 ; 7 '";.. ; Vj " 7; 7" Wiiereab, .The people of -'West Tennessee, Southern Kentucky, and ;'of North Mississippi; are - anxious .'"to' form' themselves into an indepen tleni State, to be formed from - the 1 ' Territory nbove ' mentioned, . s? j . r Therefore, Be it Raohtd, That the , ; General Assembly of tbe State; of, ') Tennessee hereby consents to I the formation of a net? State, whenever t ho ; absent of the Lgisl atxires 1 of Kentucky and Mississippi, ant! of the , " Congress of the Uuited States can be obtained. : " neftcL'sJ. Thhi the...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 1 March 1860

(f . . .. - ' .. . .. . '. ... ., j , - . . .- . . ? . -; ! .. . - - n- , .: . v -. ;. . ; . . v .. ;'.';'"' - . . . . . . ' -.; . , . - . ..'-.. ,' .- -r .- "V - . . t: - ' n i FaYctteville Observer Vrce of Postage In Uncolq Conplj I SCO. 8USSESifi9TIGE! ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED I 05" Bufclncsg men will reccllsct that the FaycllevillclObscrvcv on of the best AovEBTlsiSa Mkdipm iu bi 8te, it Iitving the , , . , ' LARGEST CIRCULATION ISY.X-OIvrO ODDS ! SOUTHERN TENNESSEE! fl;tw ilfrti0n---186p. -. ELKOTION: Sitcroat, MarcJu 3: eu kbiff Lis comj county. -" 0 We nra aiUhoriteJ to nnounca Col. Joseph II. Ueorge, a candidate (or Sher iff f Licculn county, at the March klctiuu, lsoo. ; ': ' - ' ';; (-We ra autborizel to announce Mr. Crus. a.cndUte for SheHfiFttf i.inoln county, Rt the next March Election. fry We art authorized to annoiince Mr. JoImi Ovcna, of the third district, a ran dij.ite for SUpriffof Lincoln cod'ntj; at tho mxtMarcU Klcctiiwi," ' ' -'' -x ': ' J " . piRCCITOOORt C...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 1 March 1860

" S - -M f.i. V' liinu'. aiiij Sarkn.-; UNRULY. ANIMALS.; Ky correspondent if;, tto Ohio ; Farmer, tells how be avoids haviog unrcly animals, lie says: our domestic animals are never unru ly, except 3 they are taught bj their owners,'or those having the charge of them,. Some persons, when re- nming stock from .one Hold to . an- S"?, .p other, will lot doa -n few of the top e Xd VD b,:a,!hllt ffiutb barsi or if tberdonY happen to have j6la to begW;tvitht, .:,- f K.r r V;.5.,. Ko,ri .w J' .rThe .kuoving OQP8 in - horseciaft . . r ,l -ii i . ouer inus ormcz me iocs over they trill ptstup'a part of the bars V cr rails thus thrown -down, Jeavlng the fence lower in that place than any other, us a .temptation to thi - etock ; to jtimp back nt the-v place where they huveteen taught to go over; '':,: . '.. Now,' .'sir, ' ray practice is the re : Terse cf all this; if I wish to , tarn i'OgS Vheep, or calves through a com ; tiioo rail fence, I. make what , is term td a lip-gp, letting down jua...

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 March 1860

: ' : -r-i- ; jii. . 1 '- 1 ; r : 1 -. . ; : : .- .,7 , i ; . ': . ., . , , . ' " ' . -' - - - - 4 '. -w , ....... : j Tr. O. Wallaoef T i:1 i ''Let all (he cods lhoa rihoa'alm'sl nt be thy Connrj, thy Gods, anTruih VI, "'.rc.i i J aw d " sil, Jtsri L Fropnotor." .0 I.:- I! rj-Two Iollar for one teaf if pAid nt lite time of uUcTilion, T Illis nsitl rifjjr :ens, iriioiiTi'ETMTipK after the ex-iration of three toionthg. ' JrTTAIl f(,'r A Jvertisetnents,. JtV- W.irV. or .StiVTii'tion, considered due vrlte.n contrartert.cscrtij n?ftir.Rf tli&se with wUom we have running accounTs. . tCTS tlrTilcr fiiiVnig lo order a d icontin Uiihcc of tlie pttner , ne exjnrHuon 01 cue THE MYStEBIOU&LOCGER. Ji 1 :i - ' :j. fh fz-.r thev roav have siil.9?ril)H ' . 1 i. ii.i: Mhn s!rhff( r. strusrelinjr to free him self fnu I he sraVp ot' hi3 persecu- i tors, ! can neitlier ' drink nor fight to-night, . : I :m;iiotwflL '!; x: , V'G.imraoti! 'grjwle(j ? the rr,y attecJitiiis to futoj him ;iaio - the...

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 March 1860

- I: i t 5: 1 - A v- -ir FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER! FREE OF POSTAGE KJ LINCOLN CO. tf. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OrrrcB Atthesam Old Stand: Signofthi "Obnrvtr Printing OJiet." ""fayetteville, tennT Thnrsdaj Morning March 8, 1860 Tbc Traiteross Slates. The Committee of the Virginia Leg islature on theHarper's Ferry raid, in lie cloEe of , their report, review the action of the several non-slaveholding States which have nullified the Pu gitive Slave Law and the Constitu tional compact on which it is founded. We collect and condense 6ome of the results of their investigations, which would otherwise fill two col umns of our paper, as follows: ; States which, prohibit their offi . cers and citizens from aiding in the . execution of the Lhw: Maine, Massachusetts, Pennsyhauin, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Michigan, Net Jersey, - : Rhod'i IsUnd, Wisconsin, ' States which deny the nse of all public edifices in aid of the Master: Maine, Vermont, . Massachusetts, Rhode Island. Michigan...

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 March 1860

ayetteyille Observer xnrnsDAV, march s, i60. 0 SIMFSS MflTinsi -ADVEBIISEBS WILL TAKE HEED! TfcSr Business men will recollect that the Fayetteville Observer t one ef the best AdYebtisiso Mediums !n he State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION 01 ftetospgpcir piblisl)ed iij SOUTHEBN TENNESSEE ! iivrno 1J1UUUIJ11 11' COUNTY R UiUltU UliUUlll I860 0FFICLL CierlX (lr.CC Tins tat Cftiidddh tc c Precincts. Ulna glecto-I8()0. $ ELECTION: Thursday,1 Mat 24. . ATTOBSTET GKKEBAX. 8TH JUDICIAL CIBCBTT. 07" We are authorized to announce C. C. ITIcKinney, Esq., of Lincoln county, a candidate for Attorney General of the eighth Judicial Circuit, composed of thi counties of OeEeo, Grand y, Lincoln, Franklin, Warren, ana an uuren. ... (ttr We are authorized to announce II. II. Smith, Esq., of Franklin county, a can iidate for Attorney General of the eighth Ju dicial Circuit, composed of the counties of 'Coffee, Grondy, Lincoln, Franklin, 'Warren, and Van Buren. ' ' . , - 07" We are authorised to anno...

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 March 1860

r yVi h M. i ...- ' i J..-; i t t . , - . . 'r- ; j - 1 ,4 r1 i . ' : : , 1 THE GLANDERS. Mr Aaron McMuus, of Colum bus, in(orrusus ihut lie hn's Jost witli-; ia tha last two or three Week?, every one of hU boraesi 'soino five or fix. by, this dre;i..ui .diseaio: This casa is CQQSklerefr'as filial tt horses!" os choleral'isi to the liorain beiug. This may .be true, but we give beluw tvhat a correspondent any which may be of benefit to Borne one: Do a t Si r : Aa i t m y; be o f eer Ico to Eoihs people, I just giv"y ou oil fcccouat of a cure 1 made of glan Ctrs a fen ver.ra. bc! if., i,,.. was a va!uhle una una. me Y l 1 .1 a., iur uuibv;i"o j - o iT glanders some 12 of-18 inonshs, ;ir.difoun(i iN.aiid, oimq tv'p Hohu uudor to badly did he;have it I oflVred to! lljtJ s,CIn nti climbed hat k to .the Bell him for $15. Ho could be heard to breathy indeed, we could not sleep well, eo distressing whs hid treathiut;, the etable Ikiog close by J 1 deter- toined to kill cr'curej so fur cxper...

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 March 1860

- "'..'''-''' , - ' V ; . ' ' . . - ' - v " . . . ' ........ i 7 I : 4 lit. 1 i V ii - vv - r . r - r . . -i .-.n.- i.L,n'iinmiTwnwBniiii mi ii mi nw i minim ,-.-..., i i -'-'-TfflaBorja-irrn 5W; Oi'Waliace,. Sit 41 VOL. 9. i(7TTvt lIlar for one rear if paid at llietitna of subscription, 1 v f-II:iis ' mill rifty Cents, wuhout jetation after the 5iiration of three months. ItTAJi ItilK for Ailvertisemcnts, Job Work, or .Self crif tion, conxidored due when contrarte-l, except Against those with - whom wo have running Recounts. . Cr ibscViberH failing t o order iliscontin ; u.iuceof the paper time for h:cu tu are con-Mcred as '-. will he continue J to them CJiV'o I'sipor will county aniens paid . A-lvertisemant Ivir nor Square or for the first insertion; Fifty Cr,its for each coBtinuanco. lO Persons a.lvertiMng by the year, will be Yen nnlhtr for one-quarter. 2?oUvia ev may nave snnscribeil, , . . , , - ? jiiliUiin y, 1 CtU, W t rk( U on a lalm u u.o uwiu ia mnnw vrisning 10 renew; ana...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 March 1860

7 FAYETTEVILLEOBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE 111 LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Or rtci At the tame Old Stand: Sign of the " Otoervtt Printing Office." FAYETTEV1LLE, TENNt Thursday Morning, March 15, 1S60. The Opposition is Tennessee- It would appear says, the Cincin nati Enquirer, from the following ex tract which wo make from the ed itorial correspondence of the Ashta lula Sentinel JoEuaR. Giddiog's paper that the game of the Oppo sitioo in Tennessee is not to make an open alliance with the opposition of the North, bat to run a candidate of their own as n better way of defeat ing the Dcmocraoy. In the event of a Republican being elected, the Opposition South will co-operate with the Administration and share in its offices. It also intimates that there are great numbers of the Opposition in Tennessee who, if they had a chance, would be Republicans. Here U what the editor says: A gentleman who devotes much time to this subject and has recent ly visited Tenui-ssee, tells me that the O...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 March 1860

Fayette vi He Observer Free of Postage la Lincoln County TIILJISDAY, ITVIIU II 13. I860. BUSiNESSNOTICE! ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! OtT Business men will recollect that the Faycllcvillc Observer one of the best Advertising Mediums in the State, it having the ' LARGEST CIRCULATION B"Z LONG 0 13 IDS I " Of yetogpqper- pqrjil$i)i5 ii) SOUTHERN TENNESSEE! Stag MlmmO. ELECTION: Thursday, Mat 2L ATTOSS'EY GENERAL 8 HI JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. OCT We are authorized to announce J. C. ricKliiHCf, Etq., of Lincoln county, a candidate for Attorney General of the eighth Tn. tibial fjircnit.' rnhitmnfii of tht finntiii nf ! Coffee, Grundy, Lincoln, Franklin, Warren. una van uuren. 07" We are authorized to announce IF. II. Smith, K i , of Franklin county, a can rfidate fT Attorney General of the eighth Ju dicial Circuit, composed of the counties of. Coffee, Grundy, Lincoln, Franklin, Warren, I and Van Buren CiT We are authorind announce 1U illfr Xurnev. a candidate for Attorney 'General of the eighth J...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 15 March 1860

r 1 i is '-.' E2 Selecting Cakes far Rearing Use judgment ia selectin such keiter calves rs are to be re ired. fee. led oaly ' those whoso mothers uie good milker?, whose sires have come from good milking stock; at the snme time, the calf itself fchouM have those characttriblics that indicate nn aptitude to develops good milking qualities, viz: small fia bead, rather long in tha muzz!t,brig'it lon body , Urgi hiad quarters, set wide' belaud, 6oft &Uin, fiu9 bair the euler ol which is immater'nl and above all tho milk mirror or udder veins, should be large and well developed. The raisiog of bull calves for bleed ers bad better bo left to those who have time and means to devote their attention to it, and procure the b ist animals to begin with. It would bo no loss to the country were the nu merous specimens of scrub bulls, too often seen, condemned to porpetu d exile. - But Ihcro is no reason why a por tion of the mde bullocks, either for tho team or the butcher;anditisimpor - tan...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 March 1860

'V. ".-".f V. n ITo O- Wallace, 1 "Let alt the ends thou aia'st at be ihy Country's, thy Cod's, and Truth's" IP'roprietor, . , , m , , ... lMuu II.,,. , ' ' III I I ' I I J ii I W 45. VOL. 9. TIM: THURSDAY, MARCH 22, I860. whole i:v i,m, 07Tvo Dollars for one rear '.f paid at the time of subscription, T o Collars iitl Fifty Ccii Is, WITHOUT HEYIATION after the expiration of three months. lfTT.4l IJIIi" for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription,' considered due when contracted, except sgair.ft those with 'whom we have running accounts. CTS.ibscribcrs failing to orders discontin uance of the paper ,at tlie expiration of the litrlA fr.r .i-liitlt i'hpr TYj.iv haVft Kllb;fril.wt arc considered as wishing to renew; and it 'the Ohio peuitentinry w ill be routijiued to tlicm accordingly. tC?aiVo I:ipcr will bs sent out of the county unless paid for in advance. CT" Advertisement inserted at Our rol- l:tr ;cr Square of Tnrlvo. I.i1ie r I,es. for the first insertion: I illy . Specimen of ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 March 1860

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WAIaCE, Edllor. rt0RSt: Signofth. -- riming vjpce." PLAIN QUESTIONS. The Memphis Appeal has been in terrogated by A Mississippi Dem ocrat' to this cETtfCt: First. Do you believe ; that a Territorial Legislature can exclude or abolish slavery? Second. Are you willing to - sup port any man for the Presidency who does so beheve. ' He adds: "'My-questions are plainly and kindly asked. I hope they will be kindly answered.' The Appeal answers: To the first question We answer . LETTER FROMMR. CHILDS. Written for the FayetteviUe Observer.' Popular Creeds or Confessions of Failh. Concluded Their spirits are emanations from him, and among all Adam's children timewben there was no such place as endless punishment, but there ia now. Then, it follows, as thete is no creating power but God, that he creatfd it Suppose then I ask my Armenian brethren: If. God could have been infinite in goodness when be made an endless bell to be es caped ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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