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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 January 1856

a. Fayette rille Observer,11 comic-- . Free of Postage la Lincoln County! TIIIjI.SZAY. lATiUARY lO. 1856. - , , c-i-t n ir&i BP-r jiiAffin a -IM A!lU-&nLS!!tneyeartobeS,n--ana then, too, we x raor u tm a a. a ?.-. : . fT The POST-OFFICE "LETTERS is published in the LIST OF FAYETTE VILLE OBSERVER, by auuionty ot an Act or Congress, which irovides that it shall appear in the Newspaper -m . . m m . m m - . trovides that it snail appear in the Newspaper having the ' . , ' ' Largest Circulation! Hard; (Blfttion 1856. SHERIFF LnrcoLN COCKTT. ft7"We are authorized to announce Mi Mr. J oil a T. ITIotlow, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Elec tion. r A rrr .1 - 1 i If. ifZrW are amnonzeu 10 announce Jir. Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. 03" We are authorized to announce Mr. n a i . t oi :cc jiiwits grilse a tanuiuniu tur oucnu ui Kncoln County, at the next March Election. CIlrrtT COURT CLERK LIXCOLX COUJfTT. CCTWe are authorized to an...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 10 January 1856

'..jjLB.'ir.'J! .'i. mi Cum sad IVj Mral. of cora ami cob to- "i-hor, wueh w have hv.rd ridiculed art nub amij. A Twcblcsome Cluirch Member. p. SHELBTVILLE. .Ti ?r. o J. Wallace & Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS,. borhoo J of A , we inquired of o Forwarding and Comaissian M-y r,uch W some, formerly, has now 1 lwst, a Lur Christian man, how the; IHSHOlj AhTS Ml lnucvciT day occurrence Jarm-.church got on, lor we find passed MtUMntmtitf EMU . 'V 1U1 It tiW 14144 UV iV l'V. 4.111 V ll U ; v v-'- . wav. l ' "Oh, poorly." said he. Thompson, poorly," "poorly ! roaus. 'Oh, O.ir expenene in regard to its uej enough, is tl.i lhr thoso animals that chew j "Why, what's to" pay? You in a the cud it is a most excellent proven-: thick settlement of intelligent people tier, bat for those tLat do not it is not j not able to keep a minister and sup ?o w.luabk Thus, for oxen, cows, : port th ? gospel." ' ' end t h cp, it is a capital feed. Thos ) "Just so," said h, ''but on? troub- SI1ELBYVILLE, TENN. PART...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 January 1856

. . . M X -v .1. 4 . ' . ' . - IM .5 JLel &U tkc.ni iku alius t itt be Iky Country', Gof8' au4 TratHV X PUBLISHER A ritOPIUETOR. :4. 1, S9-M. 5. I A F E T T J MM, T 1 K N : TUURSD A 17, 1856. WHOLE NO. 247. JANUARY iCJTw Dollars for one year if paid at : the tuna of subscription; Two Dollars and Fifty Ceuts, without deviation after the expiration of three months. IC3AH Bills for Advertisements, Job- Work, or Subscription, considered due, when contrasted, except against those with whom we hare running accounts. ' '-(ttrSubscribers faiiingl o order a discontinuance of the paper, at the expiration of the time for which thev rnav have subscribed, are con- ' sidered as wishing to renew; and it will be eontinnfld to them accordingly. . "C7'o Paper will be sent out of tbe county unless paid for in advance. cyAdvertisements inserted at One Dol lar per Square of Twelve Lines or Less, for the Em insertion; iiy ' .Outs for each continuance. ICT JPersons advertising by the year, will be cha...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 January 1856

. : t i ' ' -if" i-1 '-r f v. 'it duct, of the officers who illegally seiz-j dollars, the receipts for the first cd an J detained tbo steamer Black quarter, and the estimated receipts Warrior at Havana, but hasalso pafd for ; the remaining three quarters, the sum .claimed as indemnity for amount, together, to sixty-seven mil the loss thereby inflicted on citizens lion nine hundred and eighteen thou f the United States. sand seven hundred and thirty-four rn consequence of a destructive dollars, thus affording in all, as the liurricaDe,wbichvisitedCubainl844,Uvailable resources of the current the supremo authority of that is-1 fiscal year, tho sum of eighty-six land issued a decree, permitting the .million eight hundred and 'fifty-six importation, for the period of six months, of certain building materials lars. and provisions, free of duty, but re If, to the actual expenditures of . voked it. when about half the periodlthe first quarter of the current fiscal only had elapsed, to 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. — 17 January 1856

F. P. BLAIR. The npostacy of Francis P. Blair is another warning to the people to trust in and follow principles rather . than men. True principles require wen to carry them out. But the lat- terare as shifting as the sands, while the former endure as the rock. rauuia r uiair. was a powenui wn- Tl'ti.! f.i ; ten and as the editor of the Globe, t Ka Democrat party. Bathe was a.jbot know, whtf the satedlae ways.too violent, and was abusive of his adversaries and all who differed with him Tint nrViila mtnv a mnro juiet and charitable man, whose De w mocracy would almost have been sus peCted beside that Of Blair, has Stood,'.;. a "y-1 fi , V, und stind firm in th fith this mm krn i.u i 4 i t last month, notice Was given' Dy the bouthern, $8 S710 2a. Kve Flour, $5 62; Has iHllen to the lowest depths, lie, fiof :i,f CornMeal: $4 for Jersevand $4 25 for Bran- Ted for long years on the Democratic !pollf: uthPs that eyery ticket,dywine Bnckwheat -FIour $2 372 63 I . , ,. , .. P WOUld, in fut...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 17 January 1856

FAYETTBV1LLE OBSERVER. Ft of PosUge'in Lincoln County . 0. WALLACE, Editor. Orcion li am 0?rf Stand: "Obwrver Printing Office." Sipi of the FAISTTEVILLE, TENN; Thursday Morning, January 17,1856 TO ADVERTISERS! OiT TV POST-OFFICE list cf LETTERS is published in tha FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, rj authority ef an Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear ia the Vewspaper .baring the Largest Circulation! Halj" (Blfftioii 1856. saEBirF Lixc&LS cocstt We are authorized " to announce Mr. Jotm T. Jlotlow, a candidate for Sheriff of Lineal a County, at the next March Elec tion. 03We aro authorized to announce Mr. Wiley M- Alexander, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. (rWe are authorized to announce Mr. Fleses Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of .nooln County, at the next March Election. CIRCUIT COCBT CLERK LISCOLS COCSTT. (7"We are authorized to announce Mr. IX. 9. Woodard, a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Lincoln County, at the next March TI...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 January 1856

. :.T0 "fl WI1 HlllMM: Ilil l l i J I ! L' I; N. O. ITAIrfcACE, ) NO, 40--YOL. 5. C3Tvo Dollars for one year if paid at the time of subscription; TWO voiiars and! Fifty Cents, without deviation " after the expiration of three months. tr-7Ali riil for Advertisement's. Job- Work, or Subscription, considered due, when ; contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. C.Sabscribersfailinglo order a discontinuance of tli naner. at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed are con- Ha wishing to renew: ana u wui do to them accordingly. C3lo laper will bescntoutof the county unless paid for in aavance. JC7 Advertisements inserted at One Dol f far per Square of Twelve Lines ir Less, tor tne nrsi msemuu, n i 2 tnr pnrb continuance. tCP Persons advertising by the year will be chargedThirty Dollars for a whole col umn Twenty Dollars for one-half, ' nni lit r for one-quarter. Ao devta- Av, tits terms under any circumstances. tCP the privilege of yearly a...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 January 1856

2werf to forjj thi idea ef intern il',la by humin. passions, .No form of! n.vw flrf.rKl.-i.il In nirtViil r.jb! 'iroverameut is exempt from incoi-l upoi alalia lep?ndnitStates. Oncoj vcuicncos; but in this case they ; are mira the constitution and Union hi- i the result of the abuse, aud not of the uimh'd siga.illv THE PLATFORM. Ia .the Democratic -State 18S0,Vknownu as thVTompTcmistfr r Tinritri- lecitimate exercise, of the powers re- jit-swere orgwizoa wiuioui resine- u wuickvi iB '6,H"" ti.v:5 ;w h ilirv.itod noint. and" were ; tio:: of u Territory, Thoy are not to -thus 1 iltojudg? i:i tint particular lor (oo cnargea 10 me great principle m thTnlv-r, and the s.msd of consti-'popular sovereignty; on the contrary, t-JlKvi.il faith proved vigorous enough 'they disappear before the intelligence in Congress not oiilwto accomplish 'and patriotism of tho people, exert this prim try w'-joct, but also the i:ici- hg through the ballot box tin ir peace d'Utal avflwrd'y I n s important one,...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 January 1856

. , ; . m trian " . L -1 v.! 5 h.& r. 1 V ; I HI 1 n i ; is ti dieville Obscrver,Counf()ort . ' fere ef Postage hi Lincoln Countj! omitted to note, that'- the County " ' iLirrfl (Blh'tiOII 1856 SHERIFF LINCOLN COUNTY. (K v e are authorized to announce Mr. ; 'John T. nniiniv 9 in;.i..t r... ci..:r JO a II of Lincoln el : JruTZZrZZl v,c t10": ' OCT" We are authorized to announce Wiley 51. Alexander, a candidate bheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. OCrWe are authorized to announce Mr. liloscs Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election ' 05- We are authorized to announce Mr. II. J cwi?rof0nnrtcaa,!iJ r Circ.iCou Uerk of Lincoln County, at the next March1 Election. ' C7We are authorized to announce Mr. I Jamc it. ciiiieo-.tt. a candidate fori Circuit Court Clerk of Liucoln Couutv. at thenext March Election. COUNTT COURT CLERK LISC0LS COUNTY. 07" We are authorized to announce Mr. Paul I narle. a candidate for Co.mtv Hort HUrV f t.?i ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 24 January 1856

5I;f fatmtx. GUANO: ITS HISTORY. Guano, as most people understand, is imported from the Islands of the Pacific mostly of the Chincha group off the coast cf Peru, and under the dominion of th.it government Its sale Is mr.de .1 monopoly, and the avails, to a groat extent, go to pay j the lhitith holders of Peruvian gov ernment bonds, giving them, to all in tents and purposes, a lien upon the profits of a treasure intrinsically more valuable than the gold mines of Cali fornia. There ?re deposits of this un surpassed fertilizer in some places to the d ?pth of sixty or seventy feet. ' and ov r large extents of suffice. The guano Eelus are generally concc- tied to 1)3 the excrements of aquatic f yxvh, which live and nestle in great numbers around the Islands. They seem desigaed by nature to rescue, at least i:i part, that untold amount cf j fertilized material -which every river j and brooklet is rolling into the sea. j The wash of alluvial soils, the floating refuse of the field and fore...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 January 1856

1 i ! X u it 4X v' Z7?:, yi A ; ' :- . ' - : . ;v : . . - r v . ?. r - v . .- ' . . ' . f- ' " ' V ''jiwws rnfi'ii niiiJ--rt'"iii ViiiillMirtiili'ii iim 1HT1HM1 ifiiilriiM miiw mujiiiiiwiiMii m i m n" .i: . ' " . . . ' - - - .: : . ry-CT ' r ? t V- ;r. ??r ;-ri.;f. ,'7 - .'. , , ,. , ., - . '.' , . 'i -;- -M " - ": ' --- - ... - . , r. , " ' 1 1 - , - - ;. : : . . . .;..,..:. . . ..r . ' ' ' ' "" t rLI.LisiiEn & rnorKicTOis. : . V-w'w;;rS'''.-: '- . ; , t . . ;v. : - V:Let -all !tbeends tUou aira'st at 'be thy Country's. thy God's, and Truths. r - - .Y-x, tu - ;: ' . N. P.: TvAU.ACEt J . . : ,. ' . " ' .. .,- 1 , rj-... ., .t ; ,; ;. . r . -:- :- " - -r i . "' - - , ; " ' ' ' . ' v ' ' ' 1, C3Tivo Dollars for one year if paid at - "'"; " ;-,Uietim of fiubscriptlou; Tvo lolIai . - -'-. a und Fifty .Cents -without deviation 'A - flertbcxpixationof three mouths. - - C3A Bills, for Advertisements,, Job- tV '. -.' " Vt'ork, or Suhscription, considered due, w hen s' -.rr confra:tcd, e...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 January 1856

FAYETTE VILLS OBSERVER. - Free of Postage in Lincoln County K. 0. WALLACE, Editor. v Omen At the tame Old Stand: Sign'nf the " O'jierocr Printing Ojjke." . - FAYETTEVILLE, TENN: Thursday Morning, January 31, 1SJG 19 ' A9VERT18 tr The POST-ObFICE LIST LETTERS is published in the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER, bv authority of an Act of Congress, which. ' f.rovulei that it snail appear in tne newspaper iving the Largest Circulation! England and the United Stales. The Washington correspondent of J the Baltimore Sun, who is usually very well informed of the progress! of events in Washington, announces through that journal the following J important (if true) intelligence: The Cabinet have had under con sideration the expediency of sus pending diplomatic intercourse with England, as a mode of resenting the refusal of the British Government to a fiord reparation to the United States for the alleged violation of our laws nd natural rights by recruiting troons in this country. As no Con gress is in e...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 January 1856

taivotl ovi Hp 0 Wrvor ' lynch law. - aJ WU5VIIII, V Cr( , 0ar exchanges faroish us with the rrcc of Postage in Lincoln Counlj! IPticuIars of a recent case; of lynch--.I, . which occurred at Lexington, Ky. An individual employed as teacher in one of the public schools of that city, was the object of public indignation and, "punishment. ' He ,'had written a very abusive article on "TIIUICSDAIY JATVUAIXY SI, 1830. Jtkr!; .!trtion 1806. .- SUEBITF LETCOLS COCNTT. . xr Lincoia Lounty, at the next March Elec-jeru paper, ill ..WQicn oe ireaieu uis ion. rinrroRnnnrlenfc in n'rnn fiilTof horrors Wiley M. Alexander, a candidate for 'Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the text March Election.. - .. . - ; , 07"We are authorized to announce Mr. ITIose Cruse, a candidate for Sheriff of iincoln County, at the next March Election. CIRCUIT COURT CLERK LISCOLU COUSTT. : . 07"We are authorized to announce Mr. It. S. Woodard, a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Lincoln County, at the next. March Electio...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 31 January 1856

. . . ' . r- - . - , - - ... 'V: f f Kecipes far .WonnJs ia Horses. Mb. II. T. .Williams. furnishes the icc'.'iripsnyiBg recipes. : He lias fully t-'s'cd their value in extreme cases. I'or a fresh wound in a horse, from whatever cause, take; &d Annnmiac, one pound. ' H'gh tcinrs (or whiskey,) one quart. Put together and dissolve, and ap jdy to the wound several times a dar, (jand a cure wiil bo cliectcd Fjecdily. 'A neighbor's horse, ho &ud, under full sjeed, ran gainst tho sharp end of aUtroying all room for imagination in rail, which tore the flesh in such a the other. . A round, 'plump, white mmncr that the shouldtr bone was laid entirely bare. .The above, com pound was applied dwgectly, and m les than six weeks the horse was at:tfon Spanish ' garotc, would work, though the neighbors declared , stand ho chance of being elected to at th3 time that he could not recover .Accidents wiil often happen to thi shoe-corlis, a very common acci- d-nLand it is veTy convenient to know...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 February 1856

"Let ' all the ends thoa aiin'st at be Ihjr Country's, ( thy God's, and Truth's. PUBLISH EK A I'UOPUIETOR. ...... : ( NO, 5. FAYETTBVILLE, TENN: THDRSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1856. WHOLE KO. M !. O. "WALL.ACE, for one year if paid at M fiiihscrlDtion: Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, without deviation ' &rierthcexpirationottnreemomiis. r iiic fnr AilveTtisements. Job Work.or Subscription, considered due, when contrasted, except against vuuso we have running accounts. -- - (ErSatecribersfailingto order a discontinuance , of tbe paper, at tho expiration of the te for which they may have subscribed, , are .B .. -r?sbinff to renew; and it will De ' continued to them accordingly. C3lo Paper will be sent outof the county unless paid Tor in advance. - . larper Square of Twelve JA es - fnr the first insertion, iHjr Cents for each continuance, lrcrsons advertising by the year wiir be toedTIUrty Dollars foja whole col umn, Tvcnty wonar w Ten ol lars for one-quarter. lo devia .. . .i ... j . nAer anu ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 February 1856

Free of Vast in Lincoln County ' H. 0. WALLACE, Editoiv" Office .4 Ine svme OM Slant: Sign of the "Ubtei 'vr Printing OJJice." five r rav ille, tenn. Thursday Mornin ' f-l'!SI3TBOEnQ f f a (ttr TW I'OJT-OFFICE LIST' OF LETTERS i published in the FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVES, by authority of an Act of Congress, which rrovil'es th.u it shall appear ia the N'ewspapcr laving inn .Largest. Circulation! Special Message from the President. - Ihk Euljoined message from the President of The United States was trasmitted to both, houses of .Con gress on the 24th ult: '' . To the Sensteani House of Representatives: Circumstances have occurred to disturb the course of governmental , organization in the Territory of Kan sas, rdiI produce there a condition of things which renders it incumbent oa me to call your attention to the subject, and urgently to recommend the adoption by you of such meas ures of legislation as the gravo ex igencies of tho case . appears ; to re quire. , A brief exposition of the c...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 7 February 1856

if 1 I ! r ,"4 - 'i Fayctteyille Observer Pree of Postage in LI q colli Ccunij ! TIIURSOAT. rEBRUAISlFT, 1856 Earth (Blfflicn 1856: - SHERIFF LIJIOOLS' COUNTV. fjyWe are authorized to : announce Mr. -Job U T. JTIollow, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Elec tion., .... fr'We are authorized to announce Mr. . "Wiley Ifl. Alexander a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. OCT We are authorized to announce Mr. Moses Crnse, a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, at the next March, Election. CITtCTTIT COUBT CLERK LIXCOLX COCXTr fr7"We are authorized to announce Mr. IT. 'S. Wood ard. a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Lincoln County, at the next March CTW. are authorized to announce Mr. James B. Chiicoat, a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Lincoln County, at the next March Election. COCtfTT COCST CLERK LISCOLS COCSTT. rfr-Wa are authorized to announce Mr.le.lt to the vitals of these men. But Paul I nsle, a candidate for 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. — 7 February 1856

i farmer SMALLHORSES. The Arguments may all ba ia favor of great size, but the facts are all the other way, Iirge horses are more l able to stcmble and be lame than those of tha middle size. They aie qjiek. Overgrown animals of all de scriptions aie less useful in most kiudi of business, and less hardy than those of a smaller size. If the ciy is to bo resorted lo in order to ' determine such questions, we suggest to the. lovers of overgrown animals the following: The largest of any class are of unnatural growth. They bare risen above the usual mark, nd it costs more to keep them in po sition than it would were they on a l. vel with their Epecies. "Follow na .tur?,' is a rule not to be forgotten by farmers. Largo men are cot the v --l r i ? i l ue&i lor uufcmess, -large cows aie uoijco1f a f ftvirnnnnst the best for milk; large oxen are not j the l)pst for trarplinfr: l;irrfi hoor nre ' " o -o o -----1 not me uogs 10 ianen oesi; ana large bens are not the best to lay eggs. Extrem...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 February 1856

. r v . - - -v i fig? a; U If l ill IT l 11. . :;i " - fit Mlfef Id - ' .. , I - . - . ; . ;;f7b "Let all the ends thou aiiut at be mr Country's, thy God', and Truth . i ; . 7 ' ; A . -----. . , IV. O. WALLACE, . .. - ' . 'r ' t- -4 4 ...... ,f ; . .- .-.f c,- J .7!,.;' - ' ' v;k - ,v f- - - - ' - ' " ------- 5 P C-ff N0.U3rV0L. 5. 1 - C7Two Dollars for one year if at the time of subscription; Two uonars r and Fifty Cents, without detiatios ; after the expiration of three months. . C7AII Bills for- Advertisements, Job ' Vork, orSabscription.considered due, when contracted, except against those with whom we have running accounts. Subscribers failingl 0 order a discontinuance of the naner. at the expiration of the time for which they may have subscribed, are con KiderAi as wishing to renew: and it will be continued to them accordingly. ' tCJ!Vo Paper will be sent outof the county unless paid for in advance. . jc3Advertisements inserted at One Dol lar per Sqaare of Twelve Lines ' or Le...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 14 February 1856

fAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. Free of Postage in Lincoln Connly N. 0. WALLACE, Editor. Orncr. At the mh Old Stand: Sign of. the " Obxrtxr I'rinlinj Qfue." FAYETTE VILLE, TEXN: 5 - - - - . Tharsday 3Ioruinj,February 14, 1856 J TO ADVERTiS! PiS! (T The POST-OFFICE LIST OF LETTERS is published in the - FAYETTEV1LLE OBSERVER, by authority of an Act of Congress, which provides that it shall appear in the N'ewspaper hiving th, Largest Circulation! THE CA.SE STRONGLY PUT. Know-Nothings, when cornered on; the religious test, evade the issue by Buying they want no law passed to exclude Catholics, and that toiefuso toTote for a Catholic or foreign born citizen is no proscription. They are taken up on these two points by Mr - Keitt in the House, and he clearly shows, by reasoning the most con clusive and pointed, that the know nothing creed seeks to do that which the Constitution says shall not -be done, and thus, in so doing, it estab lishes . a "higher law" one above, beyond and in. opposition to t...

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