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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 31 December 1857

Tin: Ai TocitAT of Tin: iikiiak- I AST-TAU LI BAMMMLP A 'Family Ncwspappr, Devoted lo Literature, Education, Morality, Temperance, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences, Politics. Commercial and General Intelligence. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, IS57. NEW SERIES. VOL. 1. NO. 1. . Randolph County Journal H rr'ri.tnro r.VF.RY TlimsDAY MORNINfl Jly ISKVHKIV V STIITII. on: tp.rm.. Vir Twelve Month, in fvlvar.ee,. . . . $-.00 FW Sit Month, in advance, 1,00 C?TA1 papers Iis cor. tin tied when the time - rihel for e.vpire. TERMS OF A DVEKTLSINC. Oar s'pjtrc 10 linen trnr insertion,... .$1.00 f'veh addition 1 insertion 2.1 glatter edunm one vent !.".0 Half - .. :;,toi One- ;V,00 Vt" Lrgal adv Ttl me nt mu't In- paid lor III a ! a Tier. IT7" Cnle m a patt'eular time i spce ifed, when handed in, advertif ement will be put. l'hel until ordered out, and ehirgtd lor ac- ordinale. IJnsincss prcctorn. TIM I. T A II I F.. ' 'Vr-y V-Vy Train runni...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 31 December 1857

t.' inr. ) o'i lock f. f. mW.. (1 rom tin Cnir iiiti.iti Tiini.'.) Li:a i:woi: rn 'ri v, K. T. DeeemU'r -I, 1T. Emu .vs Timi s : Our ciiv ban Urn :t ..11 journal.' l v s7t 3 5 I V. i - l I - r i i - f.A LwY CA WINCIIKSTPK, INI). Thurdiy, Urr. 31. To our Itrmlrti. AUitt tvTt years ngo we commen ted tU publication of the t? ol UN. vi., nndtr railüT unfavorable circumstan ce1. Our subscription list was small, mid we had not the means to make the JornxAL what we ilcsirol. Wo, how ever, promised onr patrons that wc wouhl, frum time to time, enlarge and improve our .r until it Ucaiue worthy of patronage, and fit to In classed among tin? Ust local par in the State. Wc think we have now fully redeemed that promise, by send ing you tll JoLT.SAl. SO enlarged All'l improved that it ran safely U recom rorridrd hy nil tf our friends as a No. I local par. Hereafter, J. K. Bf.vf.iu.y, with whom wc have formed a partnership, will have the control of the Kditorial Department. Of his ability to er- f...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 31 December 1857

Tkrce Days Lntrr From I'.nror. ARRIVAL OF TUE Slennnsliip fleers ia. TXTO HEEKS LATER FR01 . 1.UIA. Rrraclfttufr Advancing. rniTiu:u ii:uj.m: in cotton. rnj-li-h Money Market HAsicr. Nr.vr York, Dec. 25. Tn ufc.iinOiip IVrvia with dates fnHii Liverpool t th'" 1 2th insL, three flay Inter thin previous. Rlvire ar rival nt tiii lrt at D fAlock ihU morning. Tin re Inn frn a further decline of in Cotton. Holder jrc.-)in on the market. ne hales for the week have lcn 2t),- (HK) kile. of which iK'cnlators tKk l.fXHJ Laics and rxjrterH 1,01)0 hales. The Kales on Friday amountal to o,- HM) Laie. Tli in ont Mock in rt iitnoimtc-1 to :i52,W)0 lales, of which mount 1 0,000 h:ils were American. TV advices from Manchester Mill cimtinncti nnfavofuhle. liiere was hut little in'jniry, an! prices were weak. New Orleans tres ordinaire Cotton Havre i .inotei at lo-jf. All tpulitics of UealtnfTs h.vl wlihtly dvincl muco Tiitday. "Corn wa -lull, and all qualities had lightly ! lined. IJicv firm. 'Jin Knl...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 31 December 1857

2wicnltur;il. 1 FINAL NOTI O.N' Till: 1IINIi:; n,ay well plan for a mcmte crop next SKJAK ( AMI. jrrar. Oilers fhouM tndy well th" From the American Agmulturili l.J j eliatice of profit over old tajd crop.. V trust, our reader will exnj us j We have nrjgl every farmer to grow for devoting so mn-h of the abbreviate! j ,oin for f.-Mer, nnl think the Sugar ppa of thin Index numl-T to a Mif.jV.-t : i 'an may iK'l f'r a similar pur uhi h li.." Ixfon one of great interest t . poe to .still greater advantage, the country during the nearly closing j A w,,nn Aii TO &f.ki. vear, and cue in which wc have taken I Xiimerous inquiries adilresMil to us o active a part. Hereafter, this plant will take it place among other culti vatel crops, ai?d require but compara tiflv a limited degree of attention in thoo page. r.riLT of rxir.niMF.xTiS. We have prepared a table at no little rxjen-e of time and labor, show ing at a glance the result of some sixty expe riments upon the Sugar Cane, made in ilii...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 7 January 1858

Friii' th- AtU:tic Miitl.lv. Tin: i:oms: .mim:-stom:. (The Milli.iriiira Aurcmn," or Gillrn NT3T i Family Kcwspappr, " Devoted lo Literature, Education, Morality, Teniperanee, Agriculture, Local and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences, Politics, Coinniercial-aml pjjnelligeiice. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 185S. VOL. I. NO. 2. NEW SEIMES. .... : . ... . -.' t i- r. t ..... ... ( r 3 ! " EaiidoljdiCounty.Touriialj clcctcb-SJoetrw. t nm r-oirr r.vr.RY tuck-pay mormnc iiv hi;vi:i:i-v A: snrrii. neu tfkms. r.-r Twelve M r.th, h .dvanre. For Sit M'nth,in adance, t ftTAlI p ipcr di-continucd when the time pnt-riil for etpire. imkvti: walklh cai-tfrlp. Next day, ninth in-t., parties were ont a bore ltoi.1 the Saratoga to look Ihtcrvcuthm in the Ajfnlr ff Xiura- fur Walker's stores, an l ü.!t to arrest TF.RMS or APYLUTI-TNC. Onr f.jU4f 1'' litui urn- insertion,... Fach additional uwrtinn, Unart r column one ,er U.,00 Iljtlf " ' " :i-V' One " " ' '",.n" t-TT b g...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 7 January 1858

wixchkstki., ixi. Tkardnyf Januarf 7. Ot'It JOII lli:P.IlTMF.NT I now rnmj'Utr. Ex try thins lout it i nr and in the latest and mt arfrored itvlti nl we tile the IümtU to My that our office can turn out a fcoxsl Jl Work as my countr? office in the tte. Will our (r'nuAi m give u a cill? IJIaals of all Limli on lunJ or got up on the hortest pojille notice. Temperance Notice. The Indejrfmdent Order of CJood Templars of Winchester, will hold a public meeting at their hull, corner of Main and Washington St., on Satur day evening next (Üth tust.), at early candle - lighting. Address on the subject of Temr-oranec will Im; made on the occasion. The public is respect fully invited to attend. To Farmers and Other. We give our farmer and other house holding readers considerable of matter thi week under wir Agricultural head. Now is tlic time to think about put ting up ice, and a very good time to prepare the receptacle. We think our article from tle "Agriculturist" will prove of value to perso...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 7 January 1858

W.tntxf,Tos, Jan. 4. Hoot. Mr. Clinpnwn, from the Com mittee on Korrign .ftVir, reported a rcaolo lion that thf PrcMdrnt I rr4tietcd, If In hi opinion I I not Incompatible to the pub lic Intrrrfti. to commumrate ill the infor mation in hi porln rcUtWeto th acix urc of (Jrn. Walker and hi part In Nica ragua, together with m.ch Instruction plve-n t the nwal and other officer- jwuining to the aubject. Mr. Jone, of Tcnn., id that he should like the ft nllcman in modify hit rraolution, to a to rll fr information rrpcctin the fi'lin out of in expedition la UU country by Walker. Mr. Clinpman rrplird that lie would modi fy the resolution if he had the pwrr, hut it l in a report from a committee, h could hoi Jo o. Th resolution wa rcerirrd under a u rnion of the rule by a tote of II" aint 47. After ionic dilute the resolution w p.var-l. Mr. K ler oflYred a resolution, which waa a!oi.teilv railing upon the .'reaiebnt to in form the Iloue whether the povtrnmciit of .Vicar-ipi:. h ni vle any ro...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 7 January 1858

Mnrnhilfiir:il tr 1 From the American Agriculturist. ice itorsr.s. Simplv as a nutter tl rciiiiiv an i . 1 ,, , , ice-house inav well Iiav a iUfc m a - - majority of large farms n:i I two or three proprietors of smaller farms can readily unite in the e Instruction and tilling of one for common ns When butter and cheese are manufacture! even on a limited scale, the ad rant a. if'" of ice in Suyjmef' are evident. Aa rious articles of fix! jtnd meat, bread, milk, butter, etc., are kept fresh s Inuch longer in an ice-box or the-d, thL there is consMiTablesaviirgoffuel ' rejuircl in hot wi-atluT fr freijuent cooking Every one cark estimate for LiruMdf tbc taring, and al.so the ad vantage! of the cheap luxury in hot weather of cool drinks, fresh food, etc. A ciiE.vr ICH DOOM. IV HU ll I III An ice-house is, after all, a cheap and easy built itmctnre. The filling is done at a Reason when the cost of labor is but very trilling, and need scarcely be taken into account. We have heard of effec...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 14 January 1858

con A O A Family Newspaper, Devoted to Literature, Education, Morality, Temperance, Agriculture, LoCal and Foreign News, the Arts and Sciences, Polities, Commercial and General Intelligence. WINCHESTER , RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 185S. NEW SERIES. VOL. 1 NO. 3. JL- l 1 1 . 1 7 v y 7 Randolph CoiintyJoiiriial i rrst.tsiirD KVKRV THURSDAY MORN INC ii v iii:vi:ui.v & sviitii. OUR TT.RMS. F.r TWe Month, in advance f'-4,00 For Six Month, in altancr, 1,00 ?fAIl psrer lifontinucl heu the time nulrK-rincl lor esin-s. TERMS OK ADVERTISING. On square 10 lines one incrtioii,. . . .$1,00 Licii aMitionil insertion, CJuartrr column one Tear,. ,01) Hilf One 33,00 i,00 '""Lcfral advertisements must be paM for in advance. JTI7n1e- a "articular time U f p-cifie!, !irn handed in, alrertiement will Le pub lished until ordered out, and charged for ac onlirilr. Ti3ii: TAiiid:. Trains running on the Indianajiolu, Pittshiir; and Cleveland Rail Road Pas-dug Win chester Station. Mai...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 14 January 1858

lounial. WINCHESTER, INl. m m Turdny,. . Januar) II. out joii iria.imirvr I no rorn'.l tr. I've rv tiling about U i new k.u l tn the IaU t td nit approved ptj'c; and wf take the liberty to tut that cur oc cm turn cut pood Jb Work m ny country office in the Htatc. Wit! our friend g t ui oil? HUrAi of til kind en hand or got up on the horten posiibte notice. Pcrd nre the Thinic! A lot of blank deed, on very Mipe- nor- -nd of the lim-st execution, Vale or any way,. at the )y Ali öiIit blank nnd v Tpr in th? biM style. ir Ailvertisem?nts to insuiv inser tion la mr columns, h all be han-lv l in by Tuesday. 4 4 jtf"The fuurt of (.'uininon Ph-u will commence its n'xt session in Winchester on Monday week, the 25th inst..t. -Cn!au!n Wine.' How do our readers liko thi poem ? - W mention :t her le.'iuise we kt,n th compositor forgot tu 'give credit.' It is from the Atlantic Mouthlv. Don't know the author ; but, staun-h tctotalor m we arc, think it verv nice. It sounds as if the writer might be...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 14 January 1858

iiics.vid Ctkndaiit. Jjhn Mumnia. v. ill n-.l ti. r n!ivrl) IV..;,.. r-,.., Mi,,.,i.n,.,.ii' ..r.-.n I'.-r,!;.', r- , tat len B.aia Lieh nitw l.lf -ri tl.T act . t ) y 7 '7 S 7 AVbK(on Item. from tie brv York Tribune. Wa.iinitov, Jan. ft.' Th? Senate Mo-day had a most r x-citing- discus sini of over three hours on tho nomir.AtlVa of Mr. Se.Ivruick. It w.n Iy far ur richct dol-at of the .csMon. Mr. nittenlen lei cdT with & moderate fim-cli, deprecating the ground of Mr. McKeon'a removal, it I he wa a faithful of- bein;? .hown th fieer. an 1 hau cliv exercise. 1 the rL'ltt cf every cittzcpri a municipal dec tion. . jl Mr. Clark an 1 Air. V str made eon- fclWahls iinrrv Mil ah5 exijo-'if' ion hy their earnest n of the tendency of buch ahuHM of )1 Ljeetittve towcr. Mr. IouIh fteviewod tlte ca-e as ein in which th lunate cleaily o-tght to inten c to .vl rt it own liht as a 1 ranch of tho Hiintin power, and to vindicate iu jvnity in preventing Mr. H.iyard iL n h.d tho iY'sid-Mit, main...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 14 January 1858

e rson k (,'o., uN' the Moiitoim rv Wotks Iti pullMiim? tho Keneral ordern ! I I K I Tl It I tV C II AIKS. loiiar suis riier lor me ve-ar i".". ii w , .- . i,.,,,., i p. t,r. t.i, i. .i,,.. ., . . I . . . . .....Il m I. .... ......iilli mr.i Agricultural. other' private house. Agrto on a few Mtnple rules, appoint officers, fix on n)inc aul ject for diciinion at the first regular meetinp, and your "Club" is in cxi-tetuv. Now i just the time IV truth is for the last eight or ten vear wc have built extravagantly, drcwed nonsensically, lived lavishly, ejaculated wildly, trusted evcrybo.lv about ti, as we got trusted abroad, and for moving in thin milter. Uf-re the " laid loose " around, generally. Our farmers got great priee for their pro- tluec to feed the fools anl tvrants who were doing up their own fighting in Kuropo ; and they got such prices so long that they Mipposed they were al THAT NlIWIKt. MAflllM- "How do yeu liko your iSc"--.-!"; Machine after three month's trial?" ak an Io...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 21 January 1858

MANIDCDILiFM OVWNÄ QV Ao A Family Newspaper, Devoted to Literature, Education, Morality, Temperance, Agriculture, Local and Foreign jTews, the Arts and Sciences, Politics, Commercial and General Intelligence. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1S5S. NEW SERIES. VOL. 1. NO. 1. I. I f . r ; Randolph County Journal is rrm.MHED EVnilY TIIt'KHI) AY MORNING ny iii:vi:kl.y v siiitii. our ti:km.s. ForTwe-Tc Month", in advance, $2.00 Fur Fix Mvr.th,in advance 1,00 CSTWII t-pfT discontinued when the time uMcribnl for etiire. TERM, OK ADVERTISING. On square 10 lines one insertion,. .. .$1,00 Each al. Iitiori.il insertion Quarter column one T-.ir, 2.",00 Hlf " ' " 35,01 Oae " 44 5S,00 f Lral aJrcTt'scmcnts mut be paid fur in a trance. ZTmUuU-i pa-t i cn Tar time in ppec'ified, hn JunkI in, a'lve rti-emont. will be pub until ordered out, anl chirked for ac-coniiriK'r. business prcctori). timi: TA iili:. , Jm r - -- - Trains running on the Indianapolis Pittsburg and Cleve...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 21 January 1858

nrr iSnnnrl rrvfifl have tlOtninir to I " o r-4--- - . . . npcrauuniurW.J.I.m,imb.. UBW , 'u,v v.J ;. . n' ri .n.l f'hri.ti.an Rauch. trarv to his own expectat - i n i a i j !- laiAolpl IfounraL rr Xlnllroc4f and Railroading. Gor lVlie on Kana. It ha always been the policy of toe The tfmc3M have been hard on Having discussed other things to a Sooth to get Northern men to do the railroads for the last few months, cs considerable extent, the Virginia Gov- j,rty Tvork, inseparable from the pre- well as on all other interests. Unfin ernor comes at length, like every body nervation of their peculiar institution, ished roads, and especially those that else (except a portion, and a large one, just &s they esc Northern men for have gone heavily in debt, or those of our dear friends over this way who ovcr&ccrs, negro catchers, etc. But it who were trying to build toads on in- hav'nt got the "facts yet), to the j .eems, in his zeal to enact the whole fiated "promises to pay." will sta...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 21 January 1858

.$i,00 4;,. AT.. M .. 1 l ii-uiiiic iti, iiu fii fi in n.ui.ic n .i a'.-iiu luet .Miivc.M.'.-.ici.iOka.aai a.l Vi .milV.,J,ui 1 1 ,1.. . r , u.... .,r , .- Frtm te Indianajli Daily Journal. Chronicle Tor IftßO. 1. In the Jays when the chiMrcn of Mammon ruled, even from sea to sea, over the hill country and ths plains of the "Western Continent ; in thoMJ days vtm James the llacheior chosen to be a ruler and prince of the Democracy. 2. James was sixty and five years old when he Logan to reign over the children of Mammon, and he reigned four years. 3. And he did that which was evil in the sight of tho Lord ; for he walked in all the ways of hi predecessor, Franklin, the son of Simon, who nadc the people to sin ; he departed not therefrom. 4. And he rebuilt in the Southern Kingdom the alters of their chief idol Africanu, whom all the wic kings from the days of George (who led the pedplc forth from their captivity through fire and sword) had striven to supplant in the hearts of these Sou...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 21 January 1858

agricultural. a mmm a r w "v ft w V ft ff Tberc 14 ko much elisonlcrly fanning in vogue, we hive tlionght xrc might !o a useful service in drawing a jict tire "f tlie ojipoite ; vre moan sty!" of hu.Lanlry whieh ha a la.c nnl tin for everything;, an-l elos every thing in its place an'l tim ; which socks, in short, to carry on all the op erations of the farm in the best josu LIc manner. It cannot he denied that very many farmers lark tho quality to which wc here allude. They plow and manure, and rotate crops ; they buy, raio und sell stock, and manage their household affairs rcry much at hap hazard, with little forethought and method. Wo arc well aware that it is hard to resist the power of bad exam ple ; that it ii cay to do as our fath er did before in, and a our neighbors do around ; that unforseen circumstan ces will arise to break in upon the host matured system: we admit all this vet we know that it is best to reduce our fctyle of farming to a well-digested plan, and to strive ...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 28 January 1858

HAMB rr ttdttti COUNTY r- QU A O -" V Family Newspaper, Devoted to Litcniiiirc, Education, Morality, Temperance, Agriculture, Local and Foreign. News, the Arts and Sciences, Politics, Commercial and General Intelligence. 1 NEW SERIES. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1858. VOL. 1. NO. 5. Randolph County Journal i rvit.HttiD EVERY THURSDAY MORNING r?v IIKVElIIiY cV MIITII. Ol'R TKKM.S. !Vr Twelve Month, o advance,. ... $2,00 Vor Six Month, in ajtancc, 1,00 C?"A1I p.ijf r eTucontinuttl lin the timr ulcrlbd for eiptrt. TKRMrf OF ADVERTISINO. On iwjir 10 I in fnt inrt ion .... .$1,00 Etch aiMition-il i inert ion, 23 Quarter solumn one Jr, Half " 35.tr.) One " 44 " f?fLca1 a!rcrti.emrnt intM le paM for in adrancc. C5f"Unl! a particular time i jcifi-d, heu li-ir..!! in, al crticni?nU will t pub lidifd u.itil nnlcred out, aul chargt-J fur ac cural n;;! v. jfinsincss prrdorj). Ti.ni: t ah i.e. Train running on the InlMnaili, ntt-or anl Clt vi Un I Rail KuaJ rising...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 28 January 1858

t'U .., - J W J ' IIIWIIKIIb Ulli' I K't IV, .- - i-...-. i I I y . .. . " I nci -t thi rmint tn rmv nis tat. i nrmmr a ,.r, v.; ri ..n. ..t ft tor miwnrp raaiain? commiucu a crare tm'r. wiusmu u uu Buiuimsiiaiin o..v-., ... i . lowaru uoutrias. me nepuoitcans Ar.,,. ,,at x.-rr- v" i"11- . I com. n i tt; - i: i.A.. J I . . . . maniivswt .nöfc--uu v-..j...0 .. . ,, ,, ., , iV- , t,i: ... . . .. i na ppcniM io iravcnnaT a iiiuo -vi-, Winchester, ind.- Hard Cute. I Tr. a short' time thev Advanced again, i ' AHlllfli.lU liJi. rmonc ox 4icaragn:i,.anaaai oiner counine. "bibuob uhbobi jicprc.cn J 'J I ' , I . . . .t ?t . I .. V- I,.,! told r,v . mntnal ae .Wrts. Pmn mnn fim,l Thi. r -.. Oprrrtfrnr. iena. one manne league or rac v a. - " -- I I1ll.iruv A I v.- . ...v - . - , , - . .. I - m, ' . a . asmingto Citt, Jkn.lJ.. irom lhe shore or land, and is lor aii purpo- jlrs. Lvot otone (Black well) ls Wiikinirtn. thr rrrit rntrr nf iifwi ind an ia the world a much neutral cround as t,.:.. 0 ...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 28 January 1858

r.li Thayn't pecch In Coagrcat. OnThursilar last in Congress, on Committee of the Whole, Kit Thayer of Massachusetts tvifrrjieel the House on the rre.sMent Mcssnj in rcgarl to the arrrst of Walker in Nicaragua. Mr. 'Iliaycr ilcclarc-1 himself in favor of colonicing Central Ai&cric.t. We take the following extract from thU amusing peecn: 1ToV ESTHAL AMERICA IS TO LE AMERICANIZED. Thn, sir, ly what agency may we thus Americanize Central America ? I reply to the question, II v the power cf organized emigration. That is abundantly alle to give us Central America a soon a we want it. Wc rouM have Americanized Central America half a !o.rn time Ly this power, wif.hin the last three year?, if there had been no danger or apprchen eion of meddlesome or vcxatiyu exe cutive interference. WHY THE SELTRaLITY LAWS EKD TO DE AMENIED. Hot if wc are to uo this mighty power of organized emigration, wc want a different kind of neutrality laws from those which we now have; and, therefore, I am desir...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Randolph County journal. — 28 January 1858

c gtgncultural. ACSRIC1TLTURAL rROItf IS DFllTEÜ TO .MIXIIAXICAL INVENTION. For the progrc." that has boon malc ia the practice of Agricultnre. in the United State, within the last thirty years, the country is more iml"Ucd to the mechanic than to the former. Tanners, generally, hare leen content to follow ths practice of their fathers ' apparently under the settled conric txon that the business admitted of no further improvement. The progress that has been xnaJo in the art and practice of fanning has bcn more the result of necessity, on the part of farm- cr in the introduction and use of the numerous valuable labor-saving ma chinas, which the prolific genius of American Mechanic has produced, than from any desire to change their practice of farming, with the view, alone, to improvement. The mechan ic, perhaps, is no better educated than the fanner, but his thoughts and in ventive powers arc constantly brought into action, in the exercise of his pro fession, and he naturally becomes ...

Publication Title: Randolph County Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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