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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 2 December 1851

! i I- .! ' ' i . ! - . ipif'T T 1 ' jPl' :;!:. 1 -IP 1 11 IP P t ! M. t i t If 5 ' : 7 - i ' ; r- ; ; ; , . ; , ;j . , . ,. 1 , : . . - . ,, Let all tho end thou aim's l at be thf Country's, tny God's, and Truta's." ' PUBLISHEnS & FBOPRIETOItS- ' - . BCRKY & WALLACE, i j I M : ; .i - ' . : 1 VOL 1. ; ! H : ' I y !mL; J j ; jj ' 1 i-.' i - i - J .-I It V ( '! ! FAYEtTEVlitE; TMiV., TU!SMF, DEC. 2, 1851. I U " Ni 4& - - f ! L . : l r 1 -j 5 ; ' ! r. ) i? !i ;. if-. ii i i! ; I, : V I Jf' I ri H it b 5 i r i i i fCZPTwo D-Iirs ftfT one Yeai if paij at the lime nl sulscripuon; Two Dollars Fifty Cc:its,.WiTiiouT deviation, after ilie expiration of Three Mouihs. jrjA!! Bills for Advertisement!!, Jcb- Wart i ;r isJ'JiCfiptjon,' considered due ylitMi contracted, except against those with who'll we have uunniug Accounts. fr-r-'i) I'a:cr will ; be j sent out ol :h County, unless paid Ij: io advance. rcpAJrlentseineuts inter" at Oac Dol lar ptr Square of Twelve JLinei, or, Less, f...

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 December 1851

1 ' - ; ' i . i ' . : : ! ! i . . ;.: ' : ; ' . ' t , : ' : i i i , ' . ; . .; i i ! , I . : ; i; - , ! ; I ; ... ;. . - 'j . j- . ; ' -ji ! , I . . ! ! , , . ..- ! ! . -- - ! i , i ; . : , ! 1 ; i J ' i - S . ' k,. ' "- : '" m. - ' i ' ' ' ' o EAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. A. i2. us:iti:v. X. O.- W'ALLACl UdiiorS. bricE At Ike Old Slandj, SigtiL of the 'Observer rrirMngVJ)ice" jFAYETTEVILLE,- TENN; ," Merckanis1 Taics. . Tho subject of taxation is so full ftntricacy, and so nicely balanced, that it, to be properly understood, requires all the skill 1 and - ability of llii H ! -il- ' h mos .experience iegiaiuuu. - Lpeu it, even the i 1 wisest heads may err, It has engaged, 'and will proba- 1 bly continue .to engage, the attention ol j every weii-reguiatcu legislative assembly, having1 the good of those forjwhoin they l'egiilato' at heart. . in this article, vo do not propose a lejrigthy dissertation npon tho mul tifarious branches of taxation. )Ve do li not design- analyzing Jcvcn the .sim...

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 December 1851

-j-'ir ,i-1tr-iViim -iji.il T)ri.m hii -f - . t r,-j irit.n -"t- -j Trr-r--'"-1J'UM-'r ' " ' I -.ni..r.ftttnn' iif'wmiw in .. : ' !r 1 vi ; ! '!- r - : ! . - I1 , - ; : r . r ; 1 : ' - ' - -: . ' " ' '' ! ' '': . ' I - , : : 1 " ' .-v: . ' ' ' ". - ; i -i l i -i : i i ; f I- i : i i ! 1 V r 4 i ! i ; Fajciteville Observer ! March EIcklki--1852. , ' ! ! SHF-RIFF--Ll!SCCLN CO. j-p. We are ajthorized to announce IffaJ. jajjl. Hanks a candidate for Sheriff at . i be March Election. 1t2-, i - crT. We are ajthoriied to aonounce Mc phtTu Touchstone, ja candidate lor Sber- lffir-pw "M authorized to 8nnonnopaper each week, but the new names IticUard White, a Candidate tor auer.n at the Match Election, -.o. . ; CO-NTT CTCuiK-USWW CO. Br-F We are aut!rizfu i l:mt Smith, 121 a candidate for Coun- . .1, U, it.-Alarch ; Jitiectioo, tcJ-i. Ijrp "we are au.lujrized to announce Gcorzc Cunningham, a candidal, lor S5? Court Cie,k at A. March EicC.on, 1'52. j I I ' . .!, r7.:We are aithfcrizoJ to annou...

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 December 1851

J ! t 5 " :' : j .hi -V: . ! ' f: V; I." i; ... ' I' I", !;' ' j'' . i. - l : -i. 1 ; .": . !' N-.i... i v i il-. r i " :- I : v : : .1 WES MSPf9 Kolatioii cf Crops. j A rotation of crops is Gf ihe high Tea. Concluded." i i it- - est irVnortanccm agriculture. The; The people of Japan sometimes irtost productive soil hi the valley of 'grind the tea to a fine powder; then the Mission, will become exhaus- lliey serve oui warm ivaiei iu cu ted if cultivated yesr after year in the same crop. This is illustrated nil nvrr ihe West, bv the deteriora lion of tlie richest land. Whilst oadcron requires a' Iarg quantity it. I hose. ho have written upon o;.v r.LnnJrr matte s and buti tea arc much divided in their opin- L. i iwju 1 3 ; q - t!r in inverse prciportions the cereal g little of pthckf a diikrcnt crop may w from the earth its rams are ui 11 to their guests, each of whom takes, on the point ot a knile, as mucn 01 mlw.llu.wik icasi jt'wlio Ipait of BetraciiB2:a Slander. ,A Worthy couple ...

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 December 1851

( : ' : , : ; - ' r " "T "''".' i . ' i . ' : 1 j"' ' ' ! ' '' " .'f I ' ,' ' J ! ! .', j ' " " ';" ' "cr" M j . ... " :: ' : ! , ' j. . i - .."j . .'.'-.,'" j' . '. ' " . . . ... . ; ; -.:. i - sIM fPlf W Kh MpSiP 11 fii I Jon M; 1 T ' ? , : . i - . .. j. . j ! . -j.: . ij i . ; . vv 4.. - .:. I . ' I j- - f DEUItV & WALL iClJ, . ! I 1 . et all the endi i thoa aim'st ! at be thy Country thy God s, aud Truth s" PUBLISHERS rBOmiETOIll. I1' "TOL 1. ; ':.!!' FAYETTEVILLE, MN,r TOIOAY, DECEMBER' 9, 1851, , " . M, 11. i I 1 i3Two IoIIar for ojna jt'eai if paid at he lime of itsripiionk Tjtt'O DoHars a!r expiration of Thrtje Months. p7AIl Itills far Advertisements, Job Vj'oik or .uhrription ci'nsiJered due v. 'ii-n contrscied,excent!ncainst those with w!; i-.ru we have Runnini Accounts c?-?io Paper will Ve! sfJit olit ct the . iiiilts paiJ form aivaifce. :Mi;cinents inserted at One IoI Ijiri-or Square of TvVtltcines,' or I. , f;r tin? F;rs? Init-riftji; Fifty !it lor each contibjin 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. — 9 December 1851

I "' !' ' :i j ',1 v - ' i " ; ! '- ' ' - FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. XO. WALLACE, Editors. UiiiczA! tUt Old "Stand; Sign of the "Qbstrrr Printing Qffcg.'V " " TyHti: VlTl, E, TEX X; The State of Hie Field. ' F or the arrangement of the follow ir.g, we are indebted; to the Boston Times. It presents !a true statement of the condition of the lv;o great po liticar'parties throughout the United State?, at' this time. The whigs are down.1 There ; can be no doubt of it. They have been beaten eve-. ry where, and ; consequently are no where. A whig State is as rare a thing as a State under whig rule is a bad thing. The'whig party is a great party; there is no doubt of that, cither. It is-grcat in its wealth, great in the ability of its leaders, great (though not so awfully great): in the .number of its-voters, and. greater than all inlthe number and vustness of itsdefo;ts.; Like! the respectable Mr. Dogberry, it 'hath had its' losses,' but it don't' seem ' inclined td be so proud of them as was ...

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 December 1851

0 H !' ! j Favclteville Observer y?ni 1 'l , i . 1 The "Rachel March E!cctioa-135. BUEJtlFF CO. I -P 'e srea-ishorijedioaonounce Jas. 71. Hauk, a '"W"18 fr fc te ,n. M .,A KVelluli. 1?'.;. IJ ut: ,..ih:ii!izeJ to ann.ouriee rTr.3-..l.,.j.tiiJCi. a candidate for Sher- :ir ... .i.- M .rrl. EleCllon, 9r-p. V- are' eaiUorizo.J - at the March Mecilun, co. COCRT CIMK-U5C0W canJidate lot. cnc.NTY JcU V are M-tU ly C .urt Clerk V. au the a place shortly eriii ai Ste in announce Shenll The Jlarkds-- Our reports ily brief. transpiring at.; CO. Graham's Magazine--'- The Decenib Bents-- : J 03achei)rV Dream' will find his week are neeessa- KitLinff of interest is ny of the prominent commercial points. ; -.-.;.'" br No. of this sterling I- A correspondent of the New York Journal of Cbmbierce, writing from cauiorma, says mat mere is no spo: in the world where laboring men, ao companied by. their wives arid fami lies, can do 'better. The wages on a farm vary froih G0 to $75 k month, and ioiind, wh...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 9 December 1851

-) i-v-sS-!- ) Cfyt Jixmt r: 1 I Enemies ef the Peach tree. Inquiries hare been made and treaties have been published relative tn a disease in MP Dcacn iroe..aiia :,!., f.iU (i (r,,co.i ri. i some unsuccessful modes of treatf mem nave ueeu ucianeuj uui,.5u larj as our observations go. no . :causd,c ! Das been assignpu lor tins pticnom- t,-u naine froin bping first maje itl enon- It is j thus described by '-VJtiie bay of St. Ubcs, in l6rtu?al; and J. II.,' "If first showed itself about great quantities of it are stillexrn.rt- UJU u.nu uiuttuii13 ucgaii !Uii ; ,ro,r, U,3 .,1 jn prace are off, when the leaves curled up asshaUow .)ils are, du b tllc sc, though it hud been exposed to the shore; it0 ; winch the water flows lire, and in a few weeks i fell off, to-at hh tide; and1 by a sluice, it is gether with much of the fruit. jprevented from rcturnin -when the Jhehmt niuuing on tbe;i tree, tiae -.faUs The j heat of the sun though it arrived at its on Jmarv evaporates this water the salt...

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 December 1851

" ; . r v . "; ! I : ; ' ' ' ' -j i. Iv ! ' : - ; ! 1 P V: ?i: ;:f;jf 16,1)851. ' " 'KQ. : 4f; rrtsidciLt's Message. rellow-Cilheni of the Senate and ll.inxi oj ' Jkpresenlathts ; i I congratulate you and our com men conftiUiviicy upon the favorable au.sniccs uu'iCt wyich you meet for your lir.-st scsi'j.n; Our country is at leaccwilh nil Itlip world. I he agita tion whiclij r a time, threatened to diurb the fraternal relations which ui.ike us one people, is fust subsiding; and a year of general prosperity and health has crowned the nation Vvith unusual blessing. e!Nonecan look back to the dahg-Jni which are passed, or forward to ibe bright ! prospects before1 us, without feeling a thrill of gratification, :At the same time that he must m impressed with a grate ful sense of our profound obligations to a -beneficent Providence, whose paternal care is so manifest in the happiness of this highly-favored land, Since the close of the last Con gress, certain Cubans and other forr dgaenj, ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 December 1851

pleted, and that the mail and passtn- ccrs will m luture be convoyed thf- -ni - :,-h;..- ' f. ! ivLichevcr bf the several rem between the two oceans may ju fcvik lv nrove most el'idold for tr . i . . . w cut pta ell.-rs to una irora uie ainc ou the Atlantic and Gulf of y and our coast on the Pacific, t! little reason to doubt that Alios tlnim will he useful to tSiic rublie, and v ! I liberally reward that iudividu.1 terprlse by which alone they been or are expect to cilVct. Peace has been twoert thei contending par Ishiml of bt. Domingo, :d to earned lL ttJllC.li exito beret is I Ju- halve es expenditures on recount1 of our new- ticipatod surplus ly-acquired Territories, ; I may ex-si JoulJ not be absdrbvxl b iros the hope; that Congress -:oucur with me liu the desire tha concur wiln me m the desire that Ha. tiis si liberal course of policy jnay be pur- , such w will .tiins '6f an extraordinary v-1 sued towards them, and that every ad Congress may ehrcr, in iJod'ti jtiesisk' I and, ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 16 December 1851

, ! i : " .';.,!'-: ' ' ' i ' ' ' ' x I i . V - I t i '' , ! - I I ; i : r ; : h .T ! I" H 1 ? I - -i I if fc fcF the! army during the Current fiscal year ending 30 th Janb next, were reduced fir below the estimate sub-! mitted by the Dep trtmenV The con- feequence of this reduction is a con- . v. -, ... . . - . . . .. CIM.T.. ,tr I iiCiMtM' tfi whir-li I inTirfl rv ' ' .....fu. L. ,r m, no.'nnprfniHf increase with -the errowth v.,r .niiin.r'anth .L.nfiof commerce, and the rapid exten-'iation list, were liui itc fjr e9 OG0 CB OS The e&- the vo;r"cLmciicin- 1st J u l v next 'and ending' June 30, 1S53, ar? .7,S'JS,T70 S3; i showing a re ducti.m of Sl,lGl,t92 7f . -Tae Board of Commissioners, to w. of th. cd lis pi tin N.i lh nient of any AIuni in! the vicin- of this city, wiiiich lias been ap ed by mo, subject to the produc- 1 Ol a -SallSiaClOrv lllie.! i ti ap fVi Q,.,.rpforv pf 1ip J. iJU l'. 'Ui t yi '-"Wi wut v. vir tri'ii h t. tbrt mWIition or;uon in seamaustiin. as (well; as...

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 December 1851

OBSERVER. Office the Old Stand; Sign of the "Observer Printing Office FAYETTEVILLE, TEriN: T LESD.4 V. JJJGCEMBEU O. I 5 1 ; -, THCVSS32 ns.:rs j r-7T o Dollars' for one Year if paid i 1 ihe line otabscription; Two and Fifty Cents, without dstuhos, after the expiration of Three Months. C7AU Bill for Advertisements, Job Work or Subscription, , considered du whfB contracted, except against these with whom we have Running Accounts. Paper will be sent out of the County, ucless raid for in advance.. . .'- y J A it rrart ioerripn ta . . Tk.l. " I : lUSCIlf U l v.- - FAYETTEVILLE Inr jer Square! Ttvcive jLiuiTi,iiimii;u3i:uuwu usaemuiuu iu ujtxi or Less, for the Fust Insertion; Tsfly J KuSr.Utb.- " ;" ' i L ' . ' Cent far each continuance CP Person advertising by the Year, win be charged Thirty Dftltars for a who'e TuK.n.n. I'lreufv Dollars Jar one-half, Veh Dollars for one-quarter : olion from these Terms under jmy circum stances. trThe rrivilee of Ycarl Adrerte rs n ttrktlu limied to the...

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 December 1851

i). j.'h. , ; . i jji ; ,; - j .j v'' 'h . , - ;-. " , . :: -v. -r ' ' : - ; . 1 , ' . r -.' j - : I ' ' . i :1- l ' j II : V-: ! . ' : "r. ' M ; ' : . - : -i : .'- ' -m ' - '. I : ' :l . .-: : ;- 1 --. ' i ! ;;'.! ! ' ! . . . ! . , I i . -' . . . ;i , .. . ! . . BERBVAWALLACE, " 0 ' "Leu all tbe eudf thoa aim'st I at be thy Country's, thy God's, aad TrutUW ' ! - j PUBLISHERS A PBOPBlETOllS VOL. l Vr TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 185U I r. ' KO, 49, ICJTwo Dollars for one Yat if paid et the limp of fobscripiion; Two Dollars and rifcy Cents, wiTiiouT,DEViATioi. after the expintion of Three Mouths. C7-iH Bills for Advenisemeits, Job Work ; Subscription,, considered du , when cojitract.ed. except against those with whom we have Running Accounts. ICpjVo Paicr will be sent out ot she OiMinty, unless paiJ fo in adrance. ICJAdvertisHrnents inserted at One Dol lar yor Square of: Tivclve Lines, j or Less", fur Hie First insertion; Fifty M Cents lor , each continuance.. ' ICT Persons sdvHrtisias . bj...

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 December 1851

FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVES. a. ix. beiiuyy JV. O. WALL ICE, Editors. Office yl the Old Stand; Sign ff the ? "pbsfrvr Printing OJcc." FAYETjTKVIL'LE,' TENNt TI7ESDAV, Ji;cE:112Eit 23. l851 Wliat Will Hie Whigs Do? The following brief extract J from ie New .York Herald, gives aa fair t a review of the prospects of the whig party, as any thing wq have se(n for many a day. Our readers will at once perceive the truthfulness of the picture j The whigs arc in a bad way, Iu Ohio and Pennsylvania, where icy relied upon General Scott, they; have been terribly swamped. In Virgin ia were they hung out the banner of Fiilmoro and the Union, they are defeated, horse,; foot, dragoons, artil lery and baggage-wagons. In iKew York, where they mixed up Sott, Fillmore, Seward, and Webster, Union and disunion, the constitution mid the higher law, and the canals, all to gether, they have lost ground, arid nothing saves I them from utter de struction but tho canal . , Andj in this city, wliere they endorsed 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. — 23 December 1851

7 ' --.'v . '' N - "6 n .1 -! T .1! ,1 I 11'. .-if :t - Fay ettpvillc Observer I March Election 135J. If the citkena of FaygWitie wLsfr J1 to hare a AJarket-IIouse erected du ring the coming year, tbe;r will please SHERIFF LI3COLN CO. . trr We are authorized to announce inaj Kentucky has been elected by the Legislature of that State, tosucceed Mk L?nderwdou! as TJ. S. Senator in "manifest it by tho usilal show," when Congress. Fbr Thompson, whig Toting fox Mayor and Aldermen; on 73 (or Stonfe," dera.. 65. , i Mr. Ja. SI. HaitlM. a candidate for Sheriff at the March Election. ISoZ. r-j. Wr are authorized to announce ?te .lieu Touchstone, a candid iri, th March Election. 1852. tr-ri We ar authorized la annonn?e UiSrd White, candidate lot Sheriff atihe Hlarcb Election, , . , corjfr court "E-tWCot" tCT vVe are authorized to announce Con- ,v C .rt Clerk at the March Election, 1Sj2. twl ar- authorized to announce Qt-orxc CnnainKhain, canc.aate tor S,uuy I'-ourtCle.kaithe March Election, W...

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 December 1851

i I ;;;; ; Snioke-IIouses.l ! Many, persons commit great er- rdrs in buikline smoke-houses, lo -10 uico, and be a handsome and ! respectable appurtenance to a (arm, it must, forsooth,, ue built ol brick or stone,' with close-fii ting doors and a single aperture for tho egress of me smoKC. me: consequence is,!ii the meat is black and bitter, and .-.. j miht as well havebecn putj in pickle ol pyroligneotis acid having lost all its fine flavor, smelling of soot like a chimney-sweep. 1 lie walls are so close and cold, that the smoke! condenses and settles on the hams or bacon; and instead of drying, it bccihnes flnbby andMll-colored. A smoke-house can I hardly be too open. It takes longer to be sure, to perfect the process; but when completed, the meat is dry, of. a fine', chestnut color and a del icatellavorol tmoke pencil at'mg ih; whole mass. : ' ' j I The best Iiouses we have seen j are built n ilh a stone wall three feet high,) flagged bottom,1 and a wooden structure built on top o...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 January 1852

! I Hi if u h it Is j ; y, ;.: ;;!. , .. y- ..; y ..,.y j ' J v 1 , ' .u ; . i.. , - . .. - ' , ' - BCRUV WALLACE, f V ' :" -i:y- " 1 " ea. thou jait utc . thy Country "rni. i. t 'i I '" I- !:'.- PU'fiTTFVIUiFi. ::TBrtiy;;:tP ' !J j: . - U L iw.- r-- ' I " ' : , " -',.i,T-r nata-WTf""-1 "M iHMWWMUfw . - - ' MMW . , jcjfTwo Doars fofonb Yfai if paid t ihe iirae of Subscription; Two oonan ani rifcyrrntH, wjti out deviation, after th dxiratioii of Ti Teej Mo-ith."- fC34tl for !AJtlti5e!r)eats, Job- Work or ! isubKCription, consi.Iered du-w-n 'cwnratted; esc'epi :ains liiosa wilh whom vre have Running Ac-ounts. . IAcr wiil be : eot owt of lh County. a$s j-ant f.ir in ada"n:e , 'C3Adveriia(;tntfnls n;er!e at One II- or f sr liitii first: tistrtion;! i"tty Ots lor t-.flfU ifoannmnce j! Ik-e'ihe Year, 5JJrirs lor a wr.o'e :v Iiliiirs for cie hail. .J on-q-iirtfT. Jy devi ctvtn ' frnn tiurr I r.rtnt uuaer any arcum fcZj i i. ptiniege cf Yea Ajlvertifer is ttr c'J'j liml'dl to lhe.tr opl ; i...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 January 1852

I - I j ! 'i 'i ": ' ; -T'":-' j j "'-':- 1 ' ' !H'P"''"':T !,'!"-"-! ' 'I"-'-1 C . ' "j! 'V "" " " ."7 ! ' ,! ' ! '''' ; ' ' j r ' j ' ' : i ' ' ' l ' ' t " ' ' j ' ; ' ' ' " ' ' FA YETTEV ILffi OBSERVER, : a. si. Brimv, i i ?iicE J J tie-Old St a no ; . Observer printing OJJ 'c.'j '' I :" TSJESllA. JA.UAK'i , " . ; - T - The Past, tli e f resent, and the Future In heralding the depirtujre of the year 18-31, we, might advert! to. niafiv j j- ; i I 1 " matters whichj are dieering laud soul sfirring, and 'dthera of "quite a differ ent character. Wifcan. fiesir.-i tn frro-nr, i i. w' ;:JrJ: .JL'ln.' :. 'Jhaving- iirt -fitching i 4, , 4J I- ,,' . ., , 'print, and not having sufficient acu- . to li:c latter, further tiiaa'to thank,1 'i, ; ' i . , . , . v. , .. . I r! V , ! .' men to iicuctratc! my object 'm v.'ii uod that it is! as v.tlhvkh usas it is: I. lt .! r, ,t En and we will only speak U the funner, i u ,i: , ',, m ' : to laf as it rcLttes to the r aveiteville OcsLhvni. ! 1 . i T...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 January 1852

i f hi ! i i i . - ' i : : i , . -- ; : : 1 ! I i ! ' " ' -" : i 1 ' J ! ! ; V ' ! : i ' r : . ! . i : r p' v !' - M:: ' ; : ' !':: f, : "j : V i i i f ' ': 5 I 1 ! 1 ! : IK. h-. 1 i ! Faveticvi He Observer TUnSOAV. JAMAUY G. 51 March; Election 1S52.. . SliEUirF UJICOLM CO. Whig CouTentioii ; '' ' -,j ' j The whig members of the Legisla ture ' have issued n call : for a - Whig Stale Convention, " to assemble m thus imposc , Nashville, on the second Monday in Resolved, That wq ??ni. j February, to appoint delegates to j ELK RIVER FARM FOR SALE. 452 ACRES. k j,-:-- 5 mile fiom fciikton, unes vo ; 4; A tr-3 Wp ar aii-ihortzeii iy announce iSai. i -ui4V J Jrt. 1HL. H;tnXs a .Mtidiuaie jut o..enn at; Whig iNatlOnal UOllVCnUOn. 0i M-irc'i 'Election. 152. j - j . , - J1 : ; j tn are n-Huonz-u to Announce ie T;icJiJO!ie, a camlnlaie lor She i;r at li.W March Ejection. lb- Uisink Wiiitc, i candidate for Sheriff si the V .? nuihorized to nnnonrii'ft lb52. itch) Election, ,'TY JCO'JTIT CLERK T...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 6 January 1852

il i u 15 Mi i fi r I , ! 1 I y - Management cf Soil. . , A soil would never get exhausted if managed : wiih'j-sfcill, but would continue to J improve in depth and fertility in proportion to 'the indus try bestowed upon It The food of plants, it is rue, may be Exhausted ir(jm the soijl by a jrqietition o' crop ping with aliy other family of plants, w e neglect the application of such fertilizers ais mayliSave been taken - Irom the sojll by that family; but no partoi tue growing season is reqqir- cu iur uie sou to rest or ue lajiow u judiciously naiiaedby a successive varying of the crops or by supply ing to'thctrj such foot as may be a compensation forjwha't has bcenta , ken off by the previous crop. The first object lo be obtained for secur ing a certain and profitable return of produce from the soil must be the rough drainage; the next object is,'brcaking intolhe subsoil to the desired depth not without first considering whether it 13 proper , and profitable to shift or turn up th...

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