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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 April 1852

" - ! '! - i I 1 ' ' : ; ' ' ' , - 'i! I ! ; ' ' ! ' ' L ' 't - . . : . " - ' i .. , j . ; , . , - i. ; ; I i ' ! i i - 1 I 1 - .. i! ' ; . , , 1 ' . '''"' ' I i I ! ' i : ''.!'; i . i ! : . ! ; '- . .v ! - ; ;" . " i ' - i I . ' i i ! I . i ' ! " I ' i : ' j I ; i ; ; ' , ' - j : ' j ' ( ' j CntUY & WALLACT, J j ; '. ' ; , i 'Let all the cud thou uiui'st at be thy C'jouutry'ti, lliy (Jd', and liulU'ii." V PUBLISHERS & 1'ItOPRIETORS ; VOL 2. I;.' j j ; f . : . i- FA YETTI VILLE, fTENN., Til UIIsdAY, APIUL 29, 1852. . I " NO. 11. rV?m-!Z HI8L .a s;m j i; ECTTwo Dollars for one Vcarif pnilj at ilicfinipol sii'js-ripiioii; Two Dollars Illlil FiHj' !ltS, W ITIIOITT PEV1T10T, nfter tiif -ex!iration if Three Months. IrZf" llf'ttiils fr Aih'ertist'mont.: Job- ijrs or i5insnrijtton, coasiilereu Ait w luTii hive Ilanuir! AcCd-jnw.J ICr-Xo V.1JT j il he sent out ct C!i-;nty,-Jr,J?s?''naJJ for i i aJvnnre. : Jrtrp A -1 vrTii-iii q' t i:iprtt'.l p.t One .IOl yiar Jr Sqisarrof Twelve. Bf...

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 April 1852

'y'-T- ml : i - i . B f v; j i : r i jo ! j' . - ? - , - - - ' ' . u-i ; 1 l; 1 1 . .. : - i. :- , ! I : ' , - i I - - "'UJMttl iJMIIIWI nl JAt.JJMtMlJIJWJ T "-WJ'ir'WirfiyitMir II nT HH ITWWb III I 1 1 IIH 'IIIWIWBil PW 1 I I IBKKJIMIWH V A- : '. -'. t 4 : " I ; t ' I i . 3 ii ? 7 - 1 ifi FAYETTEV A. II. UVA ai,o. w.?iJ LLE 0BSE11VERJ KY. LUT. diloiS. Sj;:,- Sign. of the "Ohirtvrr Plrintinij OJpcc FAYETTE V1LLE, TEXNi YflUIt'tStAV, XV till. MJ, 12. ' . Which Will You Trust? . ; i ' i K This is a gr;.vc and an important . i t : i i j i " question, wneu applied to the .two gleut political parties ;of the country. The obsolete condition of the fvriner cherished measures apd. principles of j party b the otily reliable guardiau of; Wma J'coxomy. The army of the the Compromise, they would not vote Unit! Excilcnidifm Virginia- ! ; Our readers are iiwar that consid erable excitement existed in Gray son county, Va., sometime ago, on account of; the presence among them ABolhcr Steam -Boat Bu...

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 April 1852

" ' ' ' . , I T" ;:cs-. " w.. '-- ' I - 5- t T b t i s - ? H - ! 4 FaycUcviile Observer a as a IC7 We at- amth-rized to a-Aconc Iraloesl aQa UtiServeUiy IUOfel, popu- R. i:tsi-t. i c,h.ui. f.uTax CoUoctoi of li h': in .:iiiiy , f ir 1 ... - . Trj vv' an? p-j!ti.rizeJ to n noune C;i:n';! nf!liil,f.f the 2i district"! t ran It J lie f ir lax Couu'y, lor 1?"'. Collector of Ltncolti 1 0"Advtriis1,ii.:sTts.nusi'bc hai7.i37finuHh.en ho arrives. A more 'compe- l tie 0:li':e by Tufx-frfy M r!ih:g,ir insure tn a )iarancu ji v.v: ing Paper. Neatly PrialeJ Blanks, j' Coiistnlilc, at-J Justice's b!uik just prim ed, ad (or so t'our'd:isk rheap.'. 1 OCT -AdvertisiMBe-nts are inserted" in the or-Jer in which they are KanJod in. New Li::e . .... idiately on the Railroad, fur furnish- anl l;laski papers, that petitions are;... , e n rf J t , -V n i i!infr Salt, i feufrar, Cotlee, . indjeed hi circulation in Lawrence, 0 lies, and :. r. . , ' ,. ' ,. . - - ; r 1 every article in the Grocery hue, to- a...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 29 April 1852

1,'." . " -- j : : . ' , i:m' 1 II If III i i I BlMii II .JUL I MU1 1 - : r t - t-t-t- -. . t .. ' i -I 1 i :? f . - ; i I- J i "fa- IB Mi ! - 4 Cl)? nrrarr. ! To Grow i.Good Peas. Lf the Tea, I In tile cultivation then aire, four good objects at which 1 a"imj first,-to get them early, .sec ondlv. to get them in simmer; third ly, toget them in the fall'; and fourth- .', to get jthem abimdaMiy m every 1 one of 4! take :the abundantl' be chosen'; brick! cart produced lhuch thq Should be should be Irene lied. If the farmer's Km.- ;Jsiztl. Oranges are sometimes raised riot very rrccious, the crol) will payjmcendiouscsj with success; and iWih'i extra, labor. Half rotten!1'. t,m tolerably wclljiii the be dug in with the soil. ;sou isern statesui uo not lorman si ;fung may . 'jo have t , ready for ;ir.d.procu Albeit;" soumjl, , ill fiOl'jS; 1 on uraw lecp jipar! bore as lU drill I Oranges. ? ; Oranges are thought to have been originally brought lroni ! China; They u ere introduced into Por...

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 May 1852

.tf i " ' ' ! 1 I ,M 1 J ' ! --' '' !-: " . .-' - .:- ! : ;-'! ,. ," '. ' --f '.- j ..'-.'.-i'. . :-,!.; M :' . '. ' ' : " ' ! - ! ' - .,' ' "H-1 -i : ' v, . .; : "-I : . : -. ir,N ; . i .i i ! i 1 ! ! " - - i ' . . i-n ; : i , . . i ! . - z : !" :' - ! 'L I : j ! i . ... " ' . S 'I r If''' ' ' ' j riijiTfsiil BCIIUV & WALLACE, ' ! "Let all the ends hon aini'st at be thy Country's, thy God's, ami Truth's." - . 1 UBl.lSHEUS A PICOPKIETOIW. VOL 2. 8 j ; " TEAiT., THURSDAY, MAY 6, m. ' NO. Id. ' '! 1 -: f i ; I - Si . ;1 7. ft 4 ' 13 1 IlT'Two Dollars for one Yeai if paid a life ume oif subsi'ripuon; Two Dollars ana l-ilr Cents without rtETiiTiow, T. . Ua I i vl.ir-.tLnn nf TtPf MoillIiS. iVll Drill 1)r Advertisements.. Job- i oin. " .I..-... -i - ..I i r.. it.iin-i er!i(prpu due when conitacif-drl-x-epi ag.iinsi those with wimm velhve Rjnnina Accounts. f j-jo i'iaser will be sect out ot .he C.Mnty. iililess niJ Ijt advance. iLyAdvet ikemer.ts inseru- at , uiik jsqunre.of Twelve Li...

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 May 1852

IFAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER. ; A. II. CEIUCV, i N.O. WALLACE Editors. OmczAt the Old. Stand; Sign oj "Observer Printing '"Office." i FAYETTEV1LLE, TENX TIIL'USDAV. 'MAY G. 132. the government and society, by this sort of legislation; for the poor. But it seems to us it would be unnecessary, since all will see without a suggestion from us, that both would be materially benefitted. The government, by hav ing an increased number of its citi zens more closely identified with its Platforms, j w , In the great contest between Jef ferson and the elder 'Adams the plat forms of the Republican and Federal parties were clearly defined. The distinguished leaders of that contest had filled high and j important posi tions in the government. Their opinions were on record- Such was interests having more to protect, the character of all the political con and consequently "the more need 6f , tests down to 1S40, when the com j mt protection. Society, br an increased number of good settlers interested in go...

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 May 1852

! :-i::xv;'" r-!::,: !j-:-.v- -V - ,v - - ,- ; . .. - I i . " . ' . ' - - - ! - i- ' !.. ' '..j..-.:" .; i ' ; . . " ; i" t i i - a. tlayetjevjll THURSDAY. Candida Res 1S53. ifc7 A'dvetiiseisifjritB must be handed-iiiiri th Office bjj Tuesday Morning, to insure n appcnriiiilce in the following Paper OKcppvpp'DIgWjr Important- j i : -A very eminent 'physician, in a may 6. i52 ( treatise on the fcyes, advances the following immutable; facts to which TVe inVitft thf nrfpht.inn nf pvmv Tr. KCTOR-LIKCOLM COUStT. kreauiholizeJ io announce Ira son who wishes to preserve his orher i .. ,.i:l,.. r. -r .... 1 ii I TAX OL C'Dvuthii, a carjJi ate for Tax Collecioi ol jL'ticoln (Jouisiy.fot 1833 jCJ We are amllonzed to announce f- imnhnll 'n-k..li;lr r..l il,n-01 stii-ril a cjanhJaw f r Tax Collector of Lincoln i uecting tnmd. The privilege ot seeing V,ojni y , (or tpo.J. , The Wind- j Boreas blew a Btrong llast in some portions of j our county, on last Fri day night. Several buildings were unro...

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 May 1852

"!''' , i i fit 1 I i' " Ii i I IV i 3j lir arnifr. Cullivalioi, Pickinj; and Packins Cotton. Laud intended to be planted -in 'is Cotton sM.uld be bedded up asicarly!aSc ut urst S1S- me- name, M L :ui i- i u the freezes to pulverize"5" the soil i 1 1 thorough! and the land to settle immediately under the root. ! The flowing should be done v.ith the best taming' .plows, as deeply as th,e na ture i and j depth V of the soil will 7' VMW idmit, and in .the most thorough manner, taken, to Especial care should be leave no and unbroken between the furrows. If the soil is stiff arid deep, two horse plowing, to a depth' commensurate with' that of the soil and case to the team, is infinitely, (preferable; this secures a more thor )ugh drainage and "renter and freer penetration of the roots of' the plant to the 'moist sub-soil, i:i either wet or dry summers. The fows shou d be laid Ofli with n scooter plow, at distances suitable to the fiA feet tJtrcngtn o: fix feet on live feet o the soil, sa...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 May 1852

''v:4i- J:-:' '."M' -'I:. -lI; ;! ' -'f- -vl;": H-tS-5'':'-;K "l ,3 11 E. it. i ! ' ; e cuds tliuu aim'st ut be thy ! Country's, thy God's, aud. Truth's BEISltV V WALLACE, 1 THURSDAY 0L. V 11 - ( - " ! ' I . -! - -i . "Let" aill the 1 , MAY 13, K 1852. ! f . ! ' 1(5. 7vl !-' 'r PAYUTTEViLLIi, TEM., 1 u when vjiir:i''ic!. f-!c-pp! againsi ih.ise with K'Iitii wj-lilw ri'HH);n Accounts. : lO5 ill lliJK rr A'l'venisenipnts, Job- 'W.irk ';q Svj'wjiijitioii, consi Jert-d : due l:JJX I'i.pc.r yj!I sf'nt out ol the ( iiiv. iln.Hss pat-l fjr in advance. rrp V-'vris-.'iiiP:ii!)ijsptieiJ at One Dol lar iStjiia. of Tivclv- Line. bi L.t'V., fir l ie First Iriit-riiuii; ITlI'ty i I -. i 'csits li)r tacit c jntiiiu.ince. j iVr I'M ja -J v.-r;iii'j !v he Year. will lecU-g.ji Thirty J.3J;ir lorawliu'.- ;.l-j!iiti. ji'iV4'.iy Do.htrs fur one half. '''!! DalUtrS fur ou--(jTir'er. .V- li-fi JTivo l)t:-ar:.tir one Yeai if paiJ at tlitfiiine.il sulserjjjiion; Two Dollars ausl ril.iy Cft, Without dcthtion...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 May 1852

-t-;-- rv I - ' i. 1 ' : " ' i I . i il ! 1 - fl V ii us 1- 1 m hi it! ' Hi I 1 Hi Mi I 8 f IV. 1 sf 1 1 P m ""'TTyiii'jnTTmmMgiii'ipiBiii i ipi Iiijimmiib ! LJrrrri1111 11111 11 ' M"M ii1 mint m m fjA. YETTE V I'LL B OBSERVER. -.; portion of the Southern Whig j mem- x;o. WAJtc&f. 'lo,f eus had, through UfFzoi: Alike Old .Stand; Sign.of tAe.POSO - deceiving "Observer Friuliug tyke." ! ' ! to endorse what vital Whig princi; F.ttXTTHVILLE. TXNN: Belo Listv. jWlrff Ccniprsaoiiai Prof est. The i expected and, talked of Ad dress of the Southern: Whig members of Coheres, who withdrew Irom the,"'; y? UiU w;ig I Cun-ve-ion-a . Cuueus bc-r'li , voice in cnLetirit'iMii refased' ttf entertain ouh tc cunita u 'Utioii.. prompted L.y u ec of,wn 'ul -ixmpt Ifear or fox the pur- thc people, refused j!vised, lo us to present a schedule 1 hey considered a j; which might be implicitly relied upon, ; correct. Broken Banks, in It ytate', iiroj omitted because litulaiion of ! them would: oe ; ! ore s...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 May 1852

.. . : : ' ! J f ' , - ! !-( - t- - . - ---..... . i ; - -I ; ! . ' .." j. . . , . : . h . . : , , --. -. ' j " ' : " ' -i , - ' j - :';.-' ' ; : r .. " . - -i . - i ; i . I , ! ' - - j ! ' i ; ! : ! . ; V I I':.!' j r.1 H i f : A i si i 1' hf, j; . 41 . j 4 if I , i V. 1 1 Hi iii .-i FaycttcVille Observer "VSli lis ! JA 1flt Xv Ts. s Camiidatcs-lS') T!XlC-'ilULKCiroil4-LISCOr.S CjOUKTT. trijf Weiare p u i U uized to announce Ira 15. DouJait. a car. JiJa'e lor, Tax Collector !oi Li'iiciiH County , fuf tS-"3. . j' . ?f-j We are authorized to i announce Cim !j1I Dulliit.jot (he jd district can l.-Jat f-rl'ax. Colleclor of Lincoln Couu'y, for I $33:.. 1 Qjt Advcrtistiinoms miusi by liaiiiiud into tlie Ojlicc hy Tuesday Morning uy insure an :V:i!ic'r.inco iin thi: following Tuper. . L . , . Neatly LVhitod IMaisks. i Corisi.i;l..anj Justice's blanks just print ed", ami f..r sale tour d.-k chXip. : OCT XJveriisiiiwtiHS are inserted in the In which they are handed n. New Kliise! Itoisie Ag...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 13 May 1852

4 .. in hi !;! if Cultivation, ricking'- and Packing Silk. plant ! Scientific,; ! For tnnnv vwirs nftrr silk' lvnsi A physician was called to visit a I brought" into Europe, those! I wlHrJoung nian'iifllicted with apoplexy. brought it did not know what it was,tr- liulas gazed long and raru, ieii nor how it was obtained, nor where; his pulse and pocket, looked at 'his was - the 'original country whehce it i loivgue ami ins wiicj anu; unany Cot toil. CCo?vMedA : ,. In ivery wet seasons, recourse may b.c bad to, turning llows with beneQt, proviaed they do licit penetrate deep ly ne?r the plant; for this checks thelcame. Its beauty, when made upigay'e vent to the fblloyv ingsublime I i : 1 7 if it turns oft' dry, by breaking into garments, induced in every! one whether! topping cotton in the Average of - K'cars. sometimes d ingi v.iell and at ' opinion: 'I. think lie's a gone feller.' 'No, no!' exclaimed the sorrowful the Wots, and causing it to shed, and I who was able to! pay the pric...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 May 1852

I ! ! ' i - j , J ! ! ' . ' i ! i : v . . . ! ; i I I , - ' . ' , ' ' .' : ! .1 BEIIKY & WALLACE, j 1 . 1 -Ltt all tfao cuds thou aiin'st jl be tfay' Country', thy God;, aud Truth's." " I'CBMSfiEKS VROPlUITfOB. VOL 2, TTT1"7 IT" j; FA YETTE VILLB, TMN,,1 THURSDAY, MAY 20, 185.2. - '.' I NO. 17. i'ject.T Beautiful Piclurc. I I . Scene at ihe Gallows. Ill IWifim, rnMnn I I V CpTwo Dollars'fur one Yeai if paid at ( ihetnneiof subscription; Tivo'. Dollars and Fifty Vezits, without deviation, ' afier ile expiralion of Three Moniiis. JCTAU Bills for AJvrcrtirpment, Job Work lib Subscription; considered due when conuacied. except against those with whom vp have ltunniriij Accounts. C3Mo Iajcv will "be sent out cl :Ue Co'inty, iinless paid fjrin advance. jAdvfri isements inseru-d at j One Dol- '. liar per Square of Twelve Lines or Lcs4, for Uie First dnseriion; Fifty Cents t i r each continuance. j. r3 I'ersojis adrynUin: by ilia Yar, w'" be cLargsd Tliivly IoIlnrs for a who'e ; - - . l...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 May 1852

nrv.rm . - j, i i rt WM . j Jr D"1 1 T - in il i n n i i n , wnm.A ilmulhii.. - " c i-t.uK . ri.'i ; if ' i ! ' ': L ' i.L. - I . . :.! , ! ' . , - . ' it-.- ' . t : ' j : . ; ! . ! ! l i ' I ; . . ! - . - : . i, ! I i i ; y. - ,E OBSERVER. v. ? ....,... I A. O. U Al.L I L5.TIC3 At the 0 'd Stand; Sign of tin ! "O'norvrrlPnl tingOfce." FA YET TH VI it L L ti , TPVV. I it it i , t:u;scoav. I W 20. tS52. The Co In the Compromise; we made ev ery concession for the sake of peace. nat lns'ice or Southern interests jiii'l permit." To lure met i with tho f'jrercir.j: r'lCnWMco m the c lumns of a respect cue w:,; newsna &ier, during tnsccan- ass fer. Governed hst rummer, would he heave's of our M.iv shocked toutest whig?, laRtftstations t judging from the L-y fheu gave, upon ltnessmg the democracy exercise the right of wh ch tleyhouM ever . 12 proud to Fp the Compromise. ak of ohjections in According to whig ays,! it -was' next to , ethics 5a thesa t trcor.cn, to utter a woru in opposit...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 May 1852

1 I v 1 . '- i ' j 1 " ,''.. ... - " ,--- . n' . . ' ' - ! ' !!i ! -! 4 j" . . ". ' : - V-tr'- it i H U J: U 1 II' f V '1 i y . u r. ti' ! '! i 4 JH Atll f live nnrnw . i w nil ifif-M.i i . i v,.i bksv v r.iww-. . - 1 1 1' ' 1 ' 1 TIiriSSDAV. 51 AY 2. 13 CaiHlidatrs-lSoO. C ll.LCCTOIl LINCOLN Cdl'ST tr-T WU are atpltorized to announce wv . Ira E. Dauthit, H cacdidate for Tax Collector,; of Lmc.tii Cotityy . Tor toS. . i :j o Wi f authorized t announce ..n.k'Kil l:-itliit. fnf tlie i 21 distrjict a ciii JMin f. ;Tax Collector; of Linioln Conmv. for lcWi- fj7- Advert: stjutcnts must be.tianuea nto he QiTicc! ly Tuesday Morning, ins are nn app;njriincR 'in hc. foHowing PupcrJ ! Neullv jPriated Blanks. Consia'iiile, and Justice's blanks just print cd. and f sJe it our desk cheap. at- a.L'i nisl-inenis are inserted i n the order in vthich ilicy are handed in. New Clerk's Oillce I . We biive omitted to. mention, tiiat ; - f our County Uourt pas sed an orUer authoriiinc (he building ;of nl...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 20 May 1852

I ! n i:J" t i. ii I ? j : t J ? 5 1 ; i t ! I ? it 5 Homing Ouc of. our" in (jVcruJTrops. ; tviTes.noii'iciit.-:, ?i few v4eks ;'ro, gayc- us ciqierieccebn a .'mall iicca'cl' 'ground that imcl ! on !u voini.jetcjy cxhauhtc l;!o:;gio;va lowcl owehh: ailu continued civi'innir, and wluchf- - . : ; (CuiitinuciLy, - - I The thread they sjiin around them selves is formed of a juice from their i m like the web .ITimr, ami '.Uiin,.,. - .,. ; , ;jr , . j.e Jiii ireaiou io a lurniiiii in ci a; . 7 f ...I. . i' . .. 4' . l . ll , ! I2iiVV '(minfi! lllni eniniitiT n-irMi vi v) oi crass lust as u was uu.uiu- .........v. t..u.i.a, i r-' "i i . , . - ' .......- iov.ed Ly; sowing halt a bush-! having enclosed ltseli in a case, mi;, mu of buokuhUt to the in also as acn and' 4 limn;" that though formed of ;oou single which, s "blossoming, followed by sowing ' ? , , . u;i'L! , , .p.. , , , "l , .'Of an eif'' shape, and is called a co- l.dlf a Initial of bnckwhea to the i Wheii the silk-worm has done ...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 May 1852

" : : i . i i i i' ! i "". j ' '- : ' "'-""- "'M- H k -" . - : , . vv " ' '-- ".. T.W : :"'--: ! ' !- . " ; " i . , iV . ' ; ' ' !!! ! . 4 ,-. ;j ; . , .',! - - J ; " j .'"''....':-!. ... , - '. ', " I " i- Vi ' . ; ' f j .' . j , ' ; . ' i i " ' ! - i -' . j - , . '' I , , " .7 . ' -i ' . .. ' ' ' - ' . ' ' . : . - " BCISKY & WALLACE, . ! ' ! I 1 i all the ends chou aiui'si ,ut be thy Country's, tby GotTs, aud Truth'." I ; PUCLISIIERS & PROPRIETOilS. I JCTwo Dollars for one Year if paid at : Mie limp of Vpbscription; TWO Dollars and Fifty Ceim, wituout deviation. afier th exiiration of-TVee Months IC7-i jBill for- Advenisemeots, Job- ; Work Jor Subscription, considered due when coniracted. except against those with wiiom we nave Kunmn Accounts lC3o Paper will be sent'ouj lot :he c-onnty unless paid for in advance Ed7"Advertisenienis inserted at OllC Dot- i ; far per Square of Twelve Lilies, or Lcis, for the First Ioseriion;rfly - Cents jlor each continuance. fCT3 Persons ad...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 May 1852

L i l wh I'M Mlb) ILLL UjSbM Eli. A. II. dgrrv, f OrncEilr fA Old Stand; Sign, of the "Observer Printing Ojjke." THURSDAY, JTI.4Y 27. 1S52. j Prospective, j The frequency with which we are accosted on the streets by our whig friends, upon the subject of the approaching Presidential election,:. nd their repeated asseverations that they will not support this or that man, even if nominated by the Whig Na tional Convention shows a growing interest upon the matter of Presi dent making in the whi ranks in pur section; .ana it also shows a de- greeoi uneasiness, a wane oi conu- dence in the selection that will be -L: 1 . L I ":t" "rru vxii iu i " L a. t uiauo uy tneir leauers on me loin oi j ,ul,u- A"uumyiuIiavuaLbUlKU' .it iieareu, win ,uq jeoparuieci w a -111 T 1 M I r wtt w r r r v v . kid selection of a candidate fojr' the j Lopez, was the siiflTerer in thc tfag- Presidency. They seem to l e no'ic scene at the Plaza de Amies. ! .I-.! .r .'.-. ...v, ! uicau ui u in.iuo uuiiiii cuuuil iu...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 May 1852

iFayetteville "'Observer!8, w-Ji TIIUItsipAV, MAl'i 2. If ! Candidates 1853, TAX Coi.LECTJK LIKCOLH COUNTf. ' c3 We are authorized to announce Ira JC. Ddiiiliit.ja candidate; (of Tax Collector iut Lincoln County , for J853.j I Wo are authorized i to announce Cain;lell DoilUiit.fof the 2d district n cau Jid.it.it fr .Tax Collector of Lincoln .County , for 1833. . j j fr7- AdviertisenientsTrlusi be handed into iWOiTice py, Tuesday Mornng,z insure an appearance in the fallowing Paper. onihly- Tho Si.iy No. 'of this yery excel lent publication is before us. We prize it, ou account of its intrinsic merit. We can and 'do recommend it to tlio favorable- consideration of our readers. ! Neatly Printed Blanks. Constable, and Jusiieefs blanks just print ed, and for jsale t our denk i (gf Advlcrli&einenis a re order in which they are Jia Fa) ('Neville Grave-Ykiti-- The unsightly aphehrance which bur Grave-Yard presented immedi ately aftet the memorable Storm of February,! 1S5I, lias Lcjbn m...

Publication Title: Fayetteville Observer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fayetteville observer. — 27 May 1852

From the Southern Cultivator. Restoring the Fertility of Old Lands. Mr. Editor: prevailing fault of fanners in this country is the want of improvement Most of them are impressed with tho' belief that it j is easier to clear new land than it is to restore and improve old. I have found, from only three or four years experience, that it is easier to restore two acres (where it is not too broken) than to clear one; and I can make the improvement at times when ; I cannot work on the plantation -I mean when it is too' wet by saying manure from my horse and cow lots. I have fifty' acres of old worn; out land, which I intend experimenting unou hoxt venr. It has been sown in oats for the last three years, jbut this year I have it in corn, and it is; -'. , . . , JT so entirely destroyed that. I amcer-i tain I shall not gather more t to ten U1, f .lV U1U at T r ' luT"!for these in England is- at Coventry, I shall raise a totally fair crop ofi. . vr:1 h r vnn;. . ; ,, pea vines i naye neen saun...

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