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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

jfetiSlte Mm$mMih IlfiSM . OF MffSOTW Jenkins' SebclGnirilias on, a Bat d I A-PXiLtJWiSE^ INJSASKI'I^ : CQ f iiirwHok sfiiinii ' FflHiffiiB'i $MM of-Broperffi Stolen N ' EW ryoilK FIRST TO-THfe' ' - ¦ ' - 1 ' " RESCUE !'.' ¦- . -"•. ' Franklin ' County has had a full .week? .of rebel guerilla rule, and is now, in. the Southcrn^ortidn, plundered of all horses and cattle, excepting the feyr ' successfully secreted in the, mountains. - . "" ' _' , . ' j '~ ' ' .[ . r _ T.«i ALARM. " ./ " ' ,•!. ' " On Sunday evctririg, the 16thf inst . 'the. •dark clouds of contrabands eorarnenced rush-,_f- .ft - ing upon ' us; bringing the tidings that Geri. Milroy's forces at Martin=burg had-been attadked and scattered, and that tho.rebels., under" Gen. Khpdes' -were advancing upon Pennsylvania- "With due. allowance for the ei^ cessive alarm of the slaves, it was manifest tint the rebels were ab<?ut to clear out . the Shenanddah Valley, and, that once done, the Cumberland, with alt i...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

S»OlLITICAi 1TEHS. - _ Tho Democrats of JPayette county have nor-|inate . dT, ^ Sejaright^r Affi^a^Jy., - ¦ : " { Democratic ' State Convention of Maine, at iBangoi?,-^ogost 6, ^ncBnin»fera can3^tft ifon Governor, ' • , ' ,;---; r ; .- - ¦¦ . . ' ; * fr ¦ ¦ Lancaster^oiinty hftji insteticfed the delegates to -lie Pittsburg;Coiivontion to suppwrt the renoMtJation ot 6fow0tBcUn- ' ; _ ' .. "' . , . : The ;<Dem«K»ate Hf.33ft«Be.iC6ran^r hwa nomin^cd. - - Djfi - Alex&der " Patton for' Asi " sombly| ; an:a . J.-F. TempWf<Hr Vrotiwnoidff. The ^6thtKentucky d&Sriqt !b|tt >om ins[ted General Greene Cloy Smiyi, Under nnconditional JJnio " n"riesolnti(>ns;*f»sao<Me» B^Meaziesin;Congress.; ,| . «^, -t ; - j . '-r-f A-^j . '^c iJ , The Democraey o<.^|a^iK)Bg<^)untyliav* ndminated;|he followijij tick«i. :rrAsaemblj, ' Ji C. Chambers; Prothonotery, Daniel-CJi Boggs; Eogbtcs and Keccrder, J. S. Wilson. Hon.;Henry.,WiritwPav^ ...

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

-,- ' ' • - . ' For Tho ftflijtlin HepOTitory. ' ; "~: -^< . "!" ¦ cuAWPimo w$smn&i:oK. ' --s 'f-. OuretricSencotmtrV'slostianoblorson, ' . ' ' j . Than tbou all worthy of the fianred namQ - '• -"' •'<*(? : ThatgaTOOixrnatiaaand ' onrricatofesns.- ' ¦ , '{ , Ofhim-whosobioodthooshar'd, on^Washiisgton. ; Notfbtthy^tftbVi ) ! Efo ^'rt^wHfo. — ,/i - Tholofliostoausoaloaethatgift ' iaighfcjairat "'[' - Nor for ambldon'awar-BtaiBeii 1 laurels son«Jlt; " • • Ksy^v^fy iinpnlso waa airerseto strife,— \^ -- | Thon onljr tut thyjh?*atwi»4oo«nby fooghtv ; X: f: Thy kindljf nstiJreloTfedthoMuaoSBiaro .. , ,,^ . Than Mara;, fmiieTery\TittQinBeraoo • Iiovo.viiior, Wit bgstowti, found Sttingplftfla ' ¦ ' : In thce.whos6alina;aB(lfortnscMcabromJ3K bpra— '• ' Oh God,mustHv63fiKi5aus«:t iii;gui3hc«ib6lnRor»r. : - ¦ / SFullnaJfthr^jJant-liana ' JW J do-an Wiflitnae; - ,' : ; , EeforeUw4cata, !torm ' ofcatliVic!c«bnrsrffqs»—- ; TooHoaJc^ar^ tliey to ^in. toobraT.etd^IjBn.;:!' ...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

j V. THE ISTCO3IE. ?ASi ./- IMPORTAST DECISION BY t& CPMMISSlOifEB ' ¦ ' . 3? OF KTTESNAL¦ ¦ S&iilSPZ- ' The JGoinmissioner of. IiJernal; Bevenue has |ju?t ' niade .the following highly -important 'decision, covering the -vaole ground of the income tax: - The income tax must be asssed and p a '4 in the district in wliich the jse ' ssfed. person ^ resides: The place where a nrsoh votesfor : is entitled to vote,»is deemeclMs' residence. When not. a voter, the place vhero tax on personal property is paid U ti be: field, the p lace of residence/ . -." ' tin cases, of limited, jsartneship,: formed W{th the condition that no divdend or drvisjon - of profits shall be made . intil the exipiration of. the partnershipea*. member of such firm will be required to ream his'share of profits arising from" such Insuess for ' the year 1862, as, had they so deMrel, ' a division ef the profits could" hav<5 been midci: • : ' ' • ; ' I Gains or protttfl-rcalized.irpm iho • s...

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

... i , . /¦ ABE3HXISCEXCE.;_, ••. , (', ,. . The I1 Washington ' ' correspondent [of tl«i Springfield" (3Iasst)-'i{e^i(6{-tcan *elaJEe* the following: • • ' i .*. ' " ; ¦ ¦ . j" ¦- . . ' 1 Speaking of "Mi. Lincoln.remipds ipeof an. anecdote which jMfr! Chittenden, of Yermont,. tho register of thd treasury, told ab;anout-¦door nieeting^ the other night. He r jjnnrlced that-his' would.: state onfc fact in connection with his experience in. this city, whifihhebe^ lievedhad never yet been made public. Hi| Srst. vbit to Washington was perhaps an nn ^ fortuVaito one. , He -was ar delegate fromthe State/forVernibnt; to the peace conference wliic^imfet in tlra'city m the montlij 'of Febrsaaryv; 18J0,' j np6a'fli& invitation of the Governor of Virginiri. . : In that convelntion he happened to fornrtht; acquaintance of James B.Ulay,; ofJ£en^cky,'; Win. A. Sedden, of rsbel 'of Vitginia, (the present Sccifotary Wdr,] Gov. lloreliend, of Kentucky, who is' now a 1 fugitive, and he- -...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

\ ~ . ' iBDltESS* RLV.SAMlILJ j MCGOLlS; BelivVred ' at ' ' Cfi ' amiersWg. May 23rf, 18G3, ¦ before the HWt-Jtegiinent of Pennsylvania Volunteer' s- ' ¦ ¦ ' . ¦ >" ,.';,-" , - , ,. " ¦ ; Fellow CmzENS.-^lV is custom alone which makes! words' necessary upon this occasion. These'gathered lfinltiCudes proclaim beyond the power of expression the, interest -we^ 'all take' in -the glud .'event of to-day. This is no ordinary',assemblage, incited Wy suriosity or draijh; out by pleasure.; nor yet •fe it'fl mere gathering of Tnendship to.weleorne thoss^-tt'ho have long been absent from our'tables rind-firesides. " -It is the voice of op. apj>rovizig\pedple. It is the spontaneous Coining together^Of loyal citizens to . fulfill a 'duty of patriotism,; and . thus publicly to con¬ fess-the debt we shall fiver owe the' heroic defenders of, our .natiqiiality, and~ pUrTaws. BuJ; in, fulfilling the dtitjr you have delegated to me to-day, , ! must address myself to those, who stan...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

Tho Chattanooga RebeiioflSay 27,^88 the' following account opVallmdigh^iii 8 arrival, in the rebel. line.j-r\ i. » ' " Mr. i V^ Handigham nas just atnvM; He waskfcrbng ht to our ^nes -ty ft .flag-of " tracoT'bjittne commandeE of. the outpo&t re' fused to recognize it for «ny such purpose The Tederals,' becoming; alarmed", retired leaving Jlr. Vftllundighan, with his bag Se, uA nouttal.grouna.' . When^ar offi cew approached him he propose^Ldelivermg himself is a prisoner of,war. >3*a ¦ffas declined, inasmuch as liejyis not in the service of the United States..' Oa learning fas name , - - of - ; aad situation, he. was received; as an.;esile banished from his State, and as such, tender, ed the hospitalities of tte country,'as any . foreigner Seeking refuge;, or banished from' homo for, ¦ opinion's " sakei. He < ms ireceived f by Gen. iMason, and esifrted tfl; hiss , -nsadquarters without any dciionstratjon. There " he was received by Coi|J. StodJard .^p hn-Bto...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

SOtDIEITS-.-WIVES Whaipai^-iimniense]. amount of heroism | among inis blags piisscs 'unhoticad, or is ti\ken j .as ,•> nj^ 'itet.fif coiirseij not only in this most- j rightebiB wbx. we at& imaging, int ii^ those of j' sU lifti: ^m|i " S^pj-^e'^ldier, lie has his i tiomrades a&ut hiiA-shoulder to shoulder; j he has praise if he does well-: he has men- ] .tibb' aad pitying tears, if he fall nobly sVtiv-| •ing. But alast the * soldier's wife . ! liven f an offlcers's wife who Ms- sympathizing! friends , who has tho comforts! and many of the luxnrieF'«f-lIfe r ;^-wu " o«J' children's fuI ' ,ture is provided.for if-thcirfftthetfall,; what. . houra .o^ ^e adfilX ^uk peuso aniJ anxista? shf . — must-pass; , even iri ' these fav6rable circuvht stances ! „- Hos^hard. for her. But for thh : ,wifeat(ii-th:cfiia()r .soVd{8r. whriinatvirisMxefe ', ' < - ; . , ' . , - - husbijld^to- the : -(S)U]\{Ty\ has ' given e'vfeW-" r thing; who knows not whether the mc...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

WORDS OF AN OLD DESOCKAT Judge Hiram Denio, presii' ng; judge of the Court of Appeals, and a life-lonB democrat,, having been invited to attend the mass as--senjblage - of loyal citizen? at Utica on the ' 27th,' * inade a patriottCKCpIy, 'ex P re * sing san " guine hope ot'thesuc'cJaDfitheUnion armies. Upon the duty, 4 a ^ loyal men to forego political diifereiKa at this period he is equally explicit: 1 . "It is^easy."'ho writ(|J"ta point out mistak<S"and' unperfectionsji the civil and military ' administration of ihi government, and, after the fact, to show hw they might have been avoided or remedied; and there is naturall y a temptation to persons who, like myself, did not aid, by tkeitsuffragesnn bringing the persons actually exercising the .pow¬ ers of government into thar official positions,, to dwell much upon aid to exaggerate such ' errors, and under theinflieiice of party "sentiments to lose sight of the character and importance of tho contest in . which -we ...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

0 J§%ipjAX©SKE» XiTES 'BY BAYAKD TAYLOR. The fisherman wades in the surges, The sailor sails over the sea; „ " : The soldier steps bravely io buttle, '. ' The woodman lays axe to the tree. - " ' ' . They are of the bread of the heroes— r - The manhood attempered in strife; . Strong hands that go lightly to labor, ' Trua hearts that take comfort In life. In each is the seed to replenish - -.-j, The world with the vigor it needs— . ' .The centre of honest affections, " The impulse to generous deeds. ' - . I But the shark drinks the blood of the fiBhor . The sailor is dropped, in the sea; The soldier lies cold byhfa-caDnoa; ' • The woodman is crashed by his tree. • . Each prodigallife that is -wasted ' " 7; «In manly achievements-unseen, But lengthens. the, days of the coward, And strengthens the crafxy and jnean. Ti?e fciood of the noblest is lavished, f And the selfish security find j But God sees the lives that are squandered And we to his wisdom are blind.'

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

, [How many a. pleat's heart will' thrill ' with, the agony of laecfa'fed but undying afr fectson for dear little ones'loved and losses they read ' saek lines as these! We know not theauthor^s name, but£he lines go ' straight Io 4he heart of every bereaved parent: ] <Fold down its little.baby hands-r' .' This was a hope you 1 had of old; Fillet the brow with rosy bands, ' ,;Andkiss'ite locks of shininggold, / - - Somewhere within " tho reach "of years Another Hope may come lil^e t hLs ; ¦ But.tbis'poor.-babeis gone, in tears, " ., yfiih thin .white lips, cold to thy kiss. In summer, a little heap of flowers, ,In winter.alittle . drjft ot'snow; ¦i -And this is all, through all .the hoars, : j ' ;Of the " p 'roniiseslperished long ago. ; So every neart Hits one dear grave, j •OiiCloEe ' hidden rardef.its fbya and care, Till o. 'er it gusts of memory wave, : And leave the little headstone bare: '

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

^TT- Theio is aothirg 'pirer than honesty —nothing "j^eetey, than ibpvity—nothing warmerthanlov^notEiha richer than wisr dom—nothing ^tig hter tlah virtue—and nothing tibm %3&st -tHn faith; ' These united in ^ ne idi ^ , form- tig purest, swset. est, worn^et, >4htest an? jnost steadfiet happiness, ' ¦ ' | ' "" -". ' • '

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

v^y*. , - E&P. . ' " * ¦ • It is a n-ravc fault M our Farmers la Franklin county that they * do not lyterchange. viei-s . more through the medium of the. local press, on matters ¦Mating . to Agriculturaiprogress, . It haahitliertd been very- 1 rare to find a cdnininnic^tion in' t Jany of our papers from .praictieM-i&rmerg^ion the practical vestuts oi* experiments , in fclie different branches' - of farming,—- Indeed we, do not now remember of aiiy 'sueliarticles within severaL years, and it is notereditablejto our farmer s that such is the fact, "Webave in Franklin cttintyvas, thrifty/.as . 1 irii^Xligunt aad ?is successful farmers as: a elass, as can be foundiin-ati^'part of Pennsylvaiua 'jbpfejilioy are far from keeping "pace vtifk ttie ag'e : of progress. * as manifested in almost,.every other branch of> jndustry around -thorn. True.'- they Keep up. with the improvements in Agricultural imple* meats; bat that is a necessltyiresultr ing frpm the growing ...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

KOW «» ilAKI«9O» BUTTER. In the report of the Committee on Butter, of the F^oMin Co, , (Mass.) Ag. Society, : thef°U°wing' direetioiis are given for mafng.good Butter-' :: - ? To make the J^ ofebutter. requires manypre-re.4uisi es; hutfprallpraetical purposes, t'O main .pointsTcover the :whole ; gi-oiftdj/Viz.^lst.- 'Neatness ; • 2d 7 -Skill ; 'If . auy 4airy r wpinkii expects to maly-niee ibiitter witliput thsmo8t;Jscr«j>^w-3 !:nea^e.ss, ' ,she ' . .will fin d herself gi'Atly «disappomted.^ From the inon#t when the -rich ^irid luscious fluid ? first drawn' froiri-the cow's, udder, tithe time, when the 1 butter . is ', r . ead'. for the table.of the connoisseur, tls least dirt, the leastmust; or unplesant fiav.6r ; in the,atmosphere of fte room, arid the lqast speck bf fbreijn . matter p' f any kind, must ' b.e. absolstery and perfectly kept from it, during all; its stages 1 of manufactuf e..: .'In fait, neatness Is the sine ¦qtianonot the buttermalier'sa^t. A' S' ¦ w...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

THTA'?l»O>VEiran In to-day'si&tii' will'bp found'the advertisement c Mr, Eobert: Black presenting to ;H public 1 an improved treacl, hprse-p^r and.thresliing 1 machine; and ' '!we!;fiiestl^ ufge our farlnei's 'tt.fully Isiisfy T-hepiseives by observation 'aid experinient before they discard tfcg powers! Toi; the old horse-power. % aro aware; that there.is a !str^| pr ejudipe.aniongst onr fatrmers ataiist the ; .use" of' the treadF v po}ver. aid-no newgpapeir ' article.will ' .l)e ' :-likey.io dissipate it; -but we feel quite s^ethat affair trial and an unpr-ejudiceisjidgment will result in eveiy' iiistam v in subBtitutiug the tread fbr the lee power.: • . ' : ' . ' It is a commdimpression that the treadtpower is Vy severe on Horses, but it is as crroBts as it is epin'm6"n; True, a horse iksed to the ji-ead power-will bettid and fret and exha 'i-ist himself ^oVvhile at .first;'but when .once brokft jo it, as care and kindness. wittdo;n! very short time, " it ...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

St '< FBECJLOWOSfS'AOAIiraT- ' TJpUES; ,: ii", i . ' ¦;: i :MmATUEft. : : n ' -i • ' • ];. i ¦ Science has not yet enabled man Either to. cejtauilji prMietorio change the weathct^-^-lthougbQin generalj the succession. of'the seasons,.seed time. and. harvest,. are> guaranteed ;by the Almight^r Eulef, yet they are riot alike proptioiis to till 'localities; At times the "North" "is blasted with untimely; frosts; .tf hilfei tlje . South ie fer-: vid -with-sunshiiie 1 ; 5 ^the' East ' may be parched witH,Jdr,outh while the West is rejoicing;'in Ve'freshirig showers. But the cultivater may do something ±O;pro'vide ;BiBigelf 1 ag|an8fc"suclj ;epri--tnigencies ^ tFirst, ¦ ¦b yii a mixed husbandry, it coifri' He J stinted by continued rain,] the grass in meadow and p " ast^re,^lFgroW; with; tfnwofitM luxuriance," ari<j what'is " lost iri' tlie ' plowed field may be: found in the cattle yai'd-and th|& hay-mo^.r "HeJ who ^depends upon " ,whe " at.. aione, 5 may...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

Mite "¥¥7ESTEUlir HQTEL, WeSfMtiket ¦;f ¥ St., Ntar Uit Briigt, Chnmbcrsburg, Pa.' . ' 'iho BObspribe 'r would respcetfnAy inform tbe TraroltiigiCoironnnity fli« , t lie,lias purchased arid taken.posses* elDD of this Hotel, lie liupes to make It one of tho most Jcslr.iblo pTaces for strangers»ndotl(ere;t9'stoi* at t&tit om bo fonnd in any country town. ¦ , ' . . UIS TAME Will at all times berspread .with the luxorics and snb>tantinl» of the season. UIS CHAMtfEKS arsTorge, •rfell .ventilated, andfltted; op Inmodornstyle. : \, < .- ¦ ..,- ,' ..' <¦ ' HIS BAK will ba well supplied vritn 8 l.trge and choira, nelectionoftheTery best liqopri., . ' . ;-.. f >" ' HIS STAfilllf will alwajs be provided with good ; •B-Uolesopie provender for stock, and ottendp' d tycarefcl ostlers. • '¦'. - : - ¦ : ¦ , No piu'ns.will be spared to render entire. sntisf'ietJon te all bis guests; and pleilinghimself to«ndcavor to please; all, he solicits a liberal shareol t...

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

fiHAIB 'X&lfQ£B0E2 MANUl XJ FACTOnl%—THB " 'subscribW t -ft ' fonna' thepuLiid 1 that ho continues the manufacture of tho varions articles, ifriis Uneiat bis sfaetoryJrpoh'freet <iueen Street!»' ftvj* doors fruni Main. He baa always on band or is prepaftxb to.mainifttct ' ure^tiponahMaiorteet notice,Cane Bottoifa 3 and Windsor Chairsulth.-flnin nnd Curtain Bedstca^ Pisjr ana Card Tables, ButescB, Wash Stands and Boot .TBRNlNOf.iniJl IiBvaHAicI, attonacil to-with proBiii|- 't ness and. despatch. , HOUSE PAINTING,'in:oil W» > brancbeB .WeintedbyTOiirpotenthabds. '" , -J PAPJJR nANGmQ.i-^articular .attention win :bkU given to this department and satisfaction in every,!*- Btance.gnar»nteed. ,>;rj ";a ¦* ;-*,:• ".' ¦ • "¦ •-'-„ > HavinE emipl(iy<.'d a " sufficient number of compotei t SjMVfie uDdorsignedfojJirassnTea.of being cnablod liii fill nil orders in a warkm.inlite manner, and reorctfaUy aollcitR.,tno ' eaniei,!,[.- 1f,n 0«T: ":m.S. HAZ...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863

pOUNT¥ "TEEASUEEE.—FeUoW \^ /Citizens:—Encimrsgod byanuniberof Ftiend^Kl ofler tnyaelf to your consideration as a canilidato fur tho offlcs of County Tr eoani srr tttliject to the aecision ot tho UnionRdmiiiatingCosveatlon. ' i* ' - iSt.Thomas , May.27y'6?.; ! ., .- , JAMES ' g.KLBEBi ' ~P.S.^> An lam disabled to» certain extent, 1 bops raj" friends will not <afjfcctnieto>tali tosestboraV eviots totbeNomlnatitin... . • ;J. G. B< pRO'fHONbTAE^r-Ji'elllow,, fjiti-JL Mns of Jgrank'iin Connty (—Thankihg-you for jo ' ot S n .y and.libpral support on. a. former oc&sion tor tba jfflcoTrfProthonotiiry of said ' Coonty, I again annonnca myself as a candidate for the 'nomination iat the next meeting of the Union Couiify Convention, pledging my. self, if nominated anQ>l«t«l. teftH thedSBfo-wlth «J|1-ity. rMarebl8.'63-tc] .K.SgAyKOXTAYLO B^ T?0E REGlSTEE XN» EECOEDJL EB/-Bo)rff StrtcliiT, ofAiittim - Townshini :ira candidate for.Heglstffr and Hecor...

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From th'ft flormantofth Telegraph. . ' 1 CtOVEfl HAY. • ' '. '- .- . ¦ . The clovers are justly considered, as amongj the ' ¦best and most-Valuable ofthe'cultivatedgrasses. "Yet.ovriing; tp an error iri cutting and curing them, a. ;very considerable portion of the :rijeh. nutritive matter they contain ; fs lost. I have now a inoyr/o'f red clover spaTsely intermixed .with which ,are_smalt^?KiQtities. of, wiiite ^bver, red-top and herds grass, which waa. cut ;when' the honeysuckle was in full bloom, and made in 'erasa-cockl to ^according the rules laid, dpjvn ' some time since in the. coluninsro? your , pa-i per for (junng this kind: of hay;: I must say that -although -I, had ifot much faith in the riiatterJaV'jEtrst' , ibl^e result fiak fully proved -tipie '' .correctness of t^e writers.-yiewSjandthatI no longer doubt tho theory upon wMehjp^actice is "based; l -* \ '-' ; - '' If clof'^tes ' cut when in blbom, arid .perfplgjt to remain .uridistnrbeci iri the^vatpPtill the forenoon...

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