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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 March 1860

Fayetleville Obser?erpan a--. .,. J J The Presidential canvass Will 80011 Free of Postage in Lincoln Count THURSDAY, 31ARCII S3. I SCO. n 1 1 1 iM- & nnrmr r 8cribe for tbe Fa yetteville Obspr veb. yUoirJitSS . iMU I luti Taking the quantity and quality of ADVERTISERS WE TAKE HEED! f T1fSJ72 - without doubt, one of toe clieaptat pa- 03-Business men will rwcllect thatthei jQ lhe wj,Qe Southern country. FayctlCVillc Observer .It has been constantly increasing in ioneof the best Advertising Mimcms in the State, it having the LARGEST CIRCULATION 33 "X HOIST C3- OX313S ! Of KctospQpcir ptbiisi)cS- ii) SOUTHERN TENNESSEE! ELECTION: Thursday, May 24. ATToitxEY GEXERA!. 8th jcdicial cicccit. ; while its very lrge circulation make? 03- W. e .m'horized to announce C. C.jjj jj tusinoS8 meU t,n0w, 0116 Ol KIrKiiini'T. Lq , of Lincoln .county, a 00 randidate for Attorney General of the eighth the most desirable adfert Icing medl Judicial Circuit, composed of the counties of i Coffee. Grundy....

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 22 March 1860

farm: itnti: (Sartinu Immediate Cure fcr In-Grovring . Nails. Mb. Editob: Dr. Lorinser's article on thia troub!e9ome affection, pub lished Doc. 15tb, reminds mo to do what I havebacn mauy times oo the point of doing, and that is to com 'muoicate a mode of treatment which 1 have pursued in these cases for ever twenty years. It is simply to cauterize the p.irt with hot tallow. The p itieot on whom I first tried this plan was a young lady, who had been unable to put on n shoe for several months, aud decidedly the woret case that I huvo ever seen. The edge of the nt.il wa3 deeply un dermined, the granu'iAtions formed a high ridge, partly covered with skin, pus consUotly oozing from tho root of the fi&il. The whole toe was swollen and extremely tender and painful. My mode of proceeding was this: I put a very f null piece of tallow in n spoon, and heated it over a lamp till it became very hot, and dropped two or three drops between the nuil and the granulations. Tho cflects wa3 almost...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 March 1860

0: , 5 t 1 i 1 1. -t ! -i 1 1 ! h H X t 1. : V NO. 46.-V0L. 9. ... ja-jBs:H.jH- , i lie djuipamising huhkm. v Ortvo r,;B"V!rfnrif.,2 If we were called upon to to -m.S nn, ceT'oEoK scribe Mrs- Dobbs we shoold, without aTterthe expiration of three months. hesitation, C.'ill her a sympathizing trfWi Bin foavetiBemnt8J'woman Nobody was ever troubled Work or Subscription, considered due . woman, nuuujjr n whenconcraetea.exceri agairsimuBowuu.wnn any uiHinuy oo .v whom we ha've running Recounts are coasKierca a """" r . , i !tt fn rpiiAW! nrul it KrSulcribori failing 1 o order a discontin uance of the paper ,at the expiration of the vinn i r.r wnir i liic - , - , Mill be continued to them accon, ng.j. 'rMr-"-!' r ile, for the .first insertion ; Fiy Vents for each continuance. - .. Persons advertising by the year will b. charged Forty w w - """"'..if BMD Twenty Dollar for one-half, tn Doll.ir for one-quarter. Afoa- tri-The privilege ot yeaj " tridlv Jitmfal 10 weir will oe continnea iu " ,...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 March 1860

f : r i.. 5 I A - i 11 i : f i I! v ' I. i .J o Y 1 :i i . ('. 5 ! li' 6: IV- Hi;' ! 1 ' 2 the Plalforci. 1? lti UUULillSil : "o T-v-----"- -- j The recent promulgation of cer FREE-OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN COiHaSaamenJinsnts to tho Dmncrafic i creed, ad opted by a Senatorial caucus at Washington, seeraa to bo regarded Written fat the Ftyetleville Observer Dau'I S. .Dickinsons Sentiments. We take, the following commuui cation Iroov the New Iregard. Ho has, in fact, been the grent pioneer at tho North in favor of faithfully carrying out the-e puo Written for tlte FaydteviUe Olservtr, EDUCATION. 5 'f--jT N.O. WALLACE, Editor. Book," and hnve authority w York MDay!c'l''k'8 HS the only ground .upoo hiehi oritv rr any inis our 0!,t-cIrMy f States can remain' OrricE Atlfis tame Old Stand: Sign of the " Obieriti Printing Ofice." by many as a work of supereroga- jthat Mr. D.ckinsou a politcal Setiti- tion, if not presurnptious. The St- mcnts ore therein correctly stated: Louis Republic in, whic...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 March 1860

X 1 FayeUcville Observer -... - . -- Free of Postage iii Lincoln Conn(yiPfm?iauticalioa! f,0C1 ,'A sPr,actical s tbe Tennessee JgUhture fioitly ad . , Gardencr.p if is suggestions ar3;cx- journed .'- Inst-'" Mo ad ay, after ,a ' six .tiujiwdav, nxitvn 29. S60. BUSIWSS.:.NOTICI ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! . " (7-Business men -v ill rccpl'ect that the JL1 liyC 11 Co tilt UUbU IH ione f the t Advertisikg Mepicms tuesuto ,t,.nc . LARGEST CIRCULATION Of jii etospqpei fjiiMIshjD is SOUTHERN TENNRSSEK! ELECTION: Thoisdav, May 24. ATTonsET cESEtsAii- S'ta jcuiciAt cmcciT.j MrKinuvjr, 15.; of Lincoln county, a ran.li.larc lor Auorncy we ncr. lue Judxial Crpuitj composei: or the counties or n..ir.. i?rui..lv Linrr.ln. Frank lin. Warren. aud Van lUiren. . W V , j I W . (vh We are autuorized to announce Ifi II Smith, Esq . or Fra'.klin county, p. can- Viidatcfor Attorney iieneral of the eifrbtn Jn- liial Circuit, composed .f tlie Counties of Coffee, Gniudy, Lincoln, FraTiklin, Warren, ana t an ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 March 1860

a. jjhh y iwrrraaaaairarga Jaria-aift. Garten. : Vinegar in Twenty-Four Honrs. Toe whota philosophy of the man ufacture of vinegar is included in the word "oxydation," the alchohol con tained in cider, beer or viine, combi- uir g with 1Le osygeti of the atmos t i .. ...... paerc, cecoms acetic acid, whicn id n ciiutea aiate is vinegar, lbe methods usually pursued in the do mestic miDufacture of this article nre, to saj the least of them, suscep tible of improvement. The conver sion of cider into good vinegar, by exposure to (he air in c: sks requires weeks ana even months 10 accom plish; because only a email surface is exposed at one time to the oxydizing action of the atmosphere. By expo sing a larg) surface of liquor to the atmosphere, oxydntion takes place with corresponding rapidity, and the process may be completed iu from twenty-four to forty-eight hours. The method of accomplishing this rnpiJ acetification, which has long beeri known to scientific men and manufacturers, nny b...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 April 1860

"Let all the ends tlion aim'st at be thy Country's, thy God's, and Troth's." NO. 47. VOL. 9. P-Two Hollars for one year if paid at the time of gul.scription. '1'tvo Oolhtis SUKl rifty f.'ClllS, WITHOUT PF.VJATION after the expiration of three months. Ir7A!l Still foi Advertisements, Jolt- Work, or Subscription, considered due win.., contracted , except agaiist 'l'060 "th who... we have running accounts. C6"S.ibHcrilierp failing to order discontin- uat.ee of the pxr.ut tlieexpirationoftl.nl llOTO ft LriRUl lire, m ui.m timo for wh'uli they may have subscribed, jsonifily furnished drawing-room, tlVO illue lur wuica in-.. - v. ...v.... , Icj-xo t'njMr will be sent out of the mntv unless paid tor n advance. I oJaiiCO and tnille; She WllSdreSSCU A-.lVcrtweinei.ti: lXn soft and white. tht ill HT 1 rM ';-"-- . - I nr I.e, for the first insertion; lilfy , . - - . II ..... All u 1 1 . . . ..;." t fnr PAch C0I.tlllUrt1.ee .tCTTerson- advertising by the year, will be charged Forty Dollar for a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 April 1860

ii.sai -sir J FAYETTSVILLE OBSERVER, i the episcopal cbup.ch . ) Written far tlte FwnetleviTk Observer. FREE Or POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO.! A Novell; that is NOT a Novelty. Lincoln Couxtv, Tennessee. , Our caption on a prima facie view bears some resemblance to a sole cism; bat on n more thorough inves tigation, it will prove otherwise. The world's attention can be caught by novelty often, when by no other means. Ojr sulject io one sense j in this country mnv be a novelty, 1 - . N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OmccAuhesiMe ou stand: Sign of the but in its true meaning, we conceive L tmi 'ObierveiPrmlinaOfiee." . . . ... ... l,Ue' A r,onn hit. f In the session of our Legislature in 1853-'54; Governor Johnson de livered that famous Inaugural Ad dress, in which Democracy was 'coin pared to Jacob's ladder, one end on the evrth the other in heaven. The ilines between these two points were 'converging' and 'diverging.' Every man hud a chance to climb up th- rounds of this ladder, etc.. etc. Well, the ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 April 1860

i t f b t; lli r 1 uyclteville Observer i8 ia &3fetrimonki Market: Fruit- : : : - - ) This winter has nkv?d the verv I We are eraliSed in beir.2 'able to -. . ; L , . : I - - : I a a -. ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED i Business men will recel'cct that Lb t iFaycttcvillc Observer tee of Postage in Lincoln County mischief with tire matrimonii mar- ; , -L. kct Young men have been afraid, TiirKSPAV, api::l 5. imp. Rcd yoURg --j R0t2ar.i ! a speculation. 'fo full of expensive resnl:s ia the statpe of little outcries and large cliicw. They could see many a rock abend, and maDy a f quail, fur which the love-talk mi'iht find eome excuse, while the . . i t r r.-i " r one 01 iiie nest uvr.uiisij.u ituiuiia iu . . . . he Sut, it having the Pn5''ng lm'3 n-ight be unendurable- LARGEST CIRCULATION jScmo could tot even afford to pay B.LQNQ u ( jtbe representative of !b.e altar for ' " ' - rvvr'"QT' patriotic services in thU3 assisting SOUTHERN TENNESSEE ! tha union.- nnfl nno fund rniin!p r.t - r-...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 5 April 1860

Iff. pnii anrj Garten. Vv'Iiat Constitutes Legal frasonad ncss in Horses. New Drug Store ! Sovcral years ago Bill McCracken.'.1 lived in Peru, Indiana. (We were! DB. 0. A.TIEMEB..r. .. , . W. A. MILKS Holt & Miles "AVE itist received a lot of ( 5 C A T COS T. A knee-sprunj borse can hardly be'in Peru several dajs ago, and it was j said to be unsound. He ;nay be a! nice Pco .we don't think.) Mr. very nsr norse, sou Cia eouura with Mcwicken was a screamer and had; ease the lauor of any common, ordi-! whipped all the recognized fighting nary bor$j, although Ihera is an a!-'raen on the Wabaisb. One-day teralion of structu ie which uufits bim' some body told him that Jack Long, for the race course. This would not i blacksmith at Logansport, sU he be likely to produce diien-e or l ime' j would give him (MeC) a protrac ness; he would be more likely to grow J tl fit of sickness if he would just better than wors.1, P" U3d for com-jcomc down there and smell of his won purposes. But, if so...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 April 1860

i r V- lT. Q. Wallace, "Let all (be cads (hoa aim'st at be tby Coantry's, tby Cod's, and Trnik . M AO. 1S.V0L I OTwo Dollar for ct: j year if ps:d at the time of subscription, 'S'vo FT toil tt is Fifty Cents, wii'houti ktiaiion after the expiration of three months. r"AH Hi!' for Advertisements, Job Work, or Subscription, considered due when contracted , except cair.st those with wiu.ui vre have riuniiiig accounts. ' ' .- CCT3abscril crs failing to order a discontir a:iiice of tbe paper ,at the expiration of tbe time for which they may have EufcFcnl ed, ar considered ;Vs wishing to renew; and it wil I be roiitiTiticd to them f.ccordinly . 'fCTTVo lajor will bo sent ont ot tbe county unless paid form ndvnnre. nnm mm mh n ursbat, april i 2, isgo-. hdlb no. f?ai, A HiGHf IBM ORLEANS. r rioters tell many queer, quaint, quizzical and sometimes startling stones; and while they do a great dashed on and involuntarily I fol lowed in'hcr steps. Af.er runuinga couple of I locks she rstopped, an...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 April 1860

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER Mmm lhreimii i. c ) Two important - movements have mtt Ut rUSIASfc IN UKCULN CO. lately been mado in Coouesf. savs the Union anil American, to which we desiro to call SDecial attention. a. - The first was the introduction of . a bill repealing tbe Fugitive Slave Liw of 1850, which was referred to the Judiciary Committee, and the other was a resolution in these terms: - rMt P i r t - Ac - ?-af- , THE EPiSCGPAL CHURCH, Written for the Fuydteville Observer. A Novelty that is NOT a Novelty N 0. WALLACE, Etlitor. OwwiotM the same Old Stand: Sign of tin "Obnrvet Printing Ofice." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Tlmrsday 51 ore icgi April 12, IS60. (To keep up the connection and interest, it might be advisable to preserve these numbers) Tbe object of this discussion is to indicate the distinctive rrincioles Whereas, That the chatteling cf of tLe 7rcie.iant Emnl Church . ... x L . There is, and since the day of Abra ham there ever ' has - bet n Buch a complete the plan bf wlvation....

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 12 April 1860

i S ! . : V : - L i J ' Baa-' tuiycttoville Observer lonely Court We continue' frjjm the last Olser- ' (Constables- The following is a list of the Con -'tit of Postage In Lincoln County irfr oar .'abstract "of the business .stables of Lincoln countytaken from .Jie3ilarIuf5---Xatf5tJ)flte MS.I-U. TIItlbt4V, 12. ISCO. S.t, T 1 . " rn. transacted at tha lust' term of the th rnrvir.'snf f ho f!nnlitirnmiifri j - - -ww..wV i w 14 IJ J VVUI IjUUOl Uoanty Court:' '. '.toad bail been taken from onr-h far urmanco of tho duties $ -lOTeRP f I ' C. Cowan fiJi'dB. F. Chirk, Esq., ; the faithful per ft .tV " "V ;. rc-f looted- Quorum Justice; R. 'of his cilice: ' (ztT I'us'nfis men will rtcc'.lert that the Fayettcville Ohserverh AOVEaTiSEBS WILL TAKE 'NEED! iI-rqLarSon. B q, h lh3 Chairman. SALAC'ES. The fahtry tf tho Chair'rrrin of i e County Court, for each cf thi i iVP.-;rs 1S?W IRrt-Q nn,l 1 R P, fl m , a iixet: fit - - , one of the ?oft Aovkrtisjko Mediums in Yhe State, it having tho ' LARGE...

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 April 1860

i J. I r.i i j3BBgrgB JMsrJitiMqaiPM mamt i i' Mini nm " ' 1 arm antt (Savbeu. j Transplanting Cabbage. Ouen when cabbaKc-nlauts nro re-iCa'Hng together Urge numbers of moved from thu beda where they ',,1:irke'8" 118 wel1 ns others, in the . ;ba i iSou.h. A late camp meeting on the a large poilion die, and 10 a Ttivf days, the garde wt must re-stt tho tqunrc with ollxr plant, nnd Ibii bus oo- cuitcu Bj in-qucDlly that most per- 1 i . 1 . eons hive concluded kt it is ioevi-; lauie. Many will doubt wnen wo tell theci tint it u wholly their fault that every id.intdofs not live. Yet such h the fat. It result? from' two trrors . which nro easily t ST a t a t a. nvoidc-d. Oae is t h f t in drawing: the plant 3 lhj roots mo broken, snu llo other from keeping out of the ground too long, until it becomes! more or le?3 dry. Tho gnrdener instead of having the land prepared fully bolero ho takes up the plant and going through tbo whole process of drawing and planting in a few minutes, often dra...

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 April 1860

Fayetteville Observer free of Postage in Lincoln foanly ' '"'". TIIUHSDAV, APRIL 10, I SCO. BflSINESNaflCEl ADVERTISERS WILL TAKE HEED! Tjr Business men will recollect that the ; rVl? P.tf PAjillp, 0j6CPl?rtrJ Is one of the best Advertising Mediums the State, it having the - LARGEST CIRCULATION SOUTHERN TENNESSEE! ELECTION: Thursday, Mat 24. ATTOttXFY GEXERAt, 8tB JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0y- We are authorized to announce C. C. ItlrKiuitcy, Esq., of Lincoln county, a candidate for Attorney General of the eighth Judicial Circuit, composed of the countiee of Coffee, Groudy, Lincoln, Franklin, Warren, and Van Buren.' ' 0" We. are authorized to announce IT. IT. Smith, Esq , of Franklin county, a can didate for Attorney General of the eighth Ju dicial Circuit, composed of the counties of Coffee, Grundy, Lincoln, Franklin, Warren, and Van Buren. - fjy We are authorized to announce Mr. MIINt Turner, a candidate for Attorney "Generalof the eighth Judicial Circuit, com posed of the counties of Coffe...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 19 April 1860

V1 i : i i It' i i ' t " ' r ! ' ara; ana GarWn. WHITEWASHING. - A Ma 13 a BUltU'Ct urOO WhlOh OUT farmers require 'lino upon line, and j tbe Conmon Pleu court, hose ten- precept upon p'rea-p!.' Wbitevmbisjder years rnfced doubts: a Jo Jiis; one of the most valuable - articles in It Events rot only lie1 .tcay o 'if win Ml'r PAluhtffiu rr f a. t I a . r . - - , . i the bealihiiiess of fil bni.MGfr.lknn .vbe'.kr of wood or fctone, Ool-i . , batfdiafS and fences, vvl;ci not Pftin. ' i ted, thould le supplied o;iee or twice;F. , ' , ,! :,t. . , ... with ihe utmost L'nv u. wiiii n nuou corn u nu ic- vnhh nhich should hx j rcprired in the ' fllnwin" ti-nv- tt i . . - . tit '' i irassio si faim, saw a toy at work in! n l'Cf Cl.fful.la o.iclr r.i. fcj'.ll Dushfcl ot I:nv. biCK it by ! pouting v.?it over it (boiling hot); and in sullicient quantity to cover it five inches deep, and stir it Irttkly till thoroughly slaekrd.- When the plac'dD has. Leon t fiectcd, dissolve; it in '.vr.ler, 'and ...

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 April 1860

'it ill jpij ip -Mij) JU' : JSTm Wallace, "Let all the ends thon aimt at be thy Conatry's, thy God's, and Truth V E o"jp:rot o:r ,1! til i ! I r i .9. i IT T mil 1 T III! R SB AT , APR J L 10 3 J 8 6 0; ll'illl (jJ'Two Dollars for one year if paid at the time of b .inscription, Tvo Dolhtis nul rifly 1'eiils, without pfyiation after the expiration of three months. jrrPAII Bills for Advertisements, Job Work, or 9alReription; considered drte "Ahnn contracted, except against tLose with whom we have running accounts. tin "Gen. Jackson and Sam Dale. ' From a book recently, published, J ' .... V,,fni Tie' J j ' - f ' enuut,a"jue ijiie acu uiacs ut wu. Sam Dale,'1 ve make tbo fyllowing estraci: r ' : -i' - :. . . About tbistime I reftolved to visit . . . . ... . 1: i DCTS ibscribcrs r,;.n 10 oru u..n n- tVKinvtnn . P.itv.- tr, attend to IHV f the raiM?r .at tbe expiration of the time for which they may have subribeil, are conidered as wishing to r.er.ew; and it wil 1 be continued to them ac...

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 April 1860

FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N.O. WALLACE, Editor. OtriotAlthe tame Old Stand: Signtf Ihe "Obnrvtt Printing Office." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning, Apfil 19, IS60. Branch Bank at Shclbjiille. Below will be found the names of the managersjof" the Branch Back fit this place. Mr. Mathews, who lias so long nod satisfactorily con ducted the affairs of the Bank, as President, retires, and is succeeded by Dr. Thomas Lipscomb, a gentle man well qualified to fill the office. Oar worthy Post Master, D. G. Deason, hs been clected'one of the Directors. Tnos. LirtcoMD, President. Directors. ?. Faj, - Bedford County. G. P. Basket! e, .1, L. Scudder, W.J. Wbitlhornc, A. L. Landiss, G. W. Cunningham, 14 B. II. Berry, Lincoln Coonry. T. C. Goodrich ' " W, C. Handly, W. P. Davis,.. A. Maxwell, Shelby villc Expositor. Frnklin. Marshall. Coffee. Monetary- The throwing out by oar Banks of the notes of the Liwrenceburg B.mk during the week ha8 exeited some attention. It wh...

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 April 1860

.. . . .- - . JliHIIM i f;. j I ij ! Ml it i f (- , : I Lct all the ends thou ainstat be (by Conntry's, thy God's, and Truth's" 1 f f i'-f.V . : t V ! . m 50. VOL. 9. FA FETTE VI L tE V ' TE N N : TflOSMT, APRIL 26, 1SC0. 'J3 JSi2 W-H SW '(JCTTwo Dollars for one year if paid tit the time of subscription, Tvo Dollni s si iid Fifijr Cents, wifHOCT pktiatios after the expiration of three months. !T7AI1 ISIUs - for. Advertisements, Job- Work,, or Subscription, considered duo -when contracted , except against those with 3 gfauiiful. liortj. MY , STEP-MOTHER. I bavo but faint recollections of my Dibtboras she died beToro I was mofber'tlace,wemu8t justgetupcur can see it now. lours bate rasseil spunk, and sbow ber that we tcont but I can mver forget tl at picture..! betyramzed over; and sue got-8 to, I Know cow tbat 1. nevtr Ehall. work to make os "drudge and slave, j With two othtr. scenes it will be we must fcbow her whether she isn't; painted in nevfr-faditig colors be mistaken - in bcr...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 26 April 1860

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. FREE OF POSTAGE IN LINCOLN CO. N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. OfFiCK At the same Old Stand: Sign of the "OlurvtiPrintinaOjZce." FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: .Thursday Boroiog, JlpiII 26, 1S60. ; Natez. (M'sa.) Courier gives an ex- j position of the Reverend gentleman's A few Plain Questions. !sI've property, upon the avails of A correspondent of the Christianllch he now lives. It seems hesold Obteroer asks of the EcangclUt, and jhia filav8 & plantation, taking a anti-slivery editors who' are in tho mortgage upon them for security. habit of denouncing slaveholding as gin, a categorical acswer to '.he fol lowing inquiries: 1st. In th.3 covenant which God made with Abraham and bis spiritu- al chtt 'tren, which is understood to be the Gospel covenant, w, it xcrovg to provide lor the purose or Don.l- ccry DUtrict Court, and Messrs.! man, or slaves. Gjossw, chfip. 17:;rWlstoun 0o nI,peiljedi -Thoj 1 audio. I:js wm9 l.hpn nrornprt ;ml "A.nririiorl I 2nd. Was it vtrmg for the Ange...

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