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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 April 1855

f1?r r.ir r.A "WiN - i. ; I : ; ; 4 ! f '1' . rx t : ji. ti PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice. .AT ft 50 IN. AD YA2J QE Volume XX. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, APRIL 26, 1855. Number 22. [From the Louisville Journal.] TWO YEARS OLD. Ia there on thisold, selfish earth . Oat heart so cruel a to scold , -A roguish boy, brim-full of mirth.' And, like my pet, just two yean old? : . . For fun and mischief seem to leap Through his blue eyes from Robby's heart,' At from a harebell chalice deep, . The half imprisoned sunbeams dart. I got a switch the other day, Just half inclined to whip my per; But on the mantle stowed away. That switch, unused, is lying yet; : For when I shook it o'er his head, ,. He danced about half-wild with glee. Then qnick behind the table fled, And, feigning fear, peeped out at me. What could I do but laugh at that? Kor did my fit of laughter fail To make him worse fur to the eat ' He sneaked, and pulled her long sleek tail Until poor pussy mewed aloud. And then I s...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 April 1855

THE JOURNAL. jBDITBD ABD FUBUSHXD T V JAMES ZXABP2B. 3T At $1 60, invariably in advance. GALLIPOLIS. .THIXKSDAT. .-, APRIL 26, 1855. - Distkct Corar. This Court was in session in . thi eotmty on Monday last The Supreme Court being in session at .Columbus there wee do member of that Court present. The Judges present were Nash, Pick and WhitHah. -. , The only jury trial was that of Wood Vs. Giles A Davis for flowing back water to the injury of plaintiff's mill verdict , lor plaintiff f 136. Nye, Cushing, and Perry for plaintiff; Welch,' Bradbury and Nash for defendant: In the ease of Moats vs. Copeland, petition for specific performance, there was judgment for defendant. Cashing for plaintiff, Nye and Clark for defendant . Quin's adm'x i. Morris,- error to reverse order of Common Pleas confirming sale of forty acres of land petition dismissed and judgment below confirmed.- Nye and Menager for petitioner, Nash and Brad ury for Morris. J. Calhoon vs. Hunt, adm'r of Drake. This was origi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 April 1855

CITY INSURANCE COMPANY OF Cleveland, Ohio.- Office No. 5, Bank street, (Weddell r- ; House.) ...... . " TTTTT.T. Tnfinre bnildinon. mm)iu. V i disc, household furniture, and oth er personal property against loss by fire. j .i j:.j ljosses eqiuuiuijp sou promptly bujubmsu and paid. ' . - . ' ' . ' Diutfota: , -' John M. Hughes, President Geo. Wortbington, C. W. Seymour, John Onthwaite, "H. L. Crowell, JosJahFosre. H. K. Wells, Hiram Griswold, S. L. Petrie, L. C. Thayer. " . .William Hart, H. F. BRAYTON. Sec'y. A, CUSHING, Agent for Gallipolis. April 26, 1855. GROCERIES. THE subscriber "would respectfully announce to the citizens of Gallipo lis and surroundinsr country , that he has just opened a complete assortment of Urocenes, at me oia siana recently oc cupied by Menager, Blackford & Co., lower side of the Public Square, where Le will keep constantly on hand a full t ... ii. , .i tnd general assortment of all kinds of Groceries and Provisions, which he will Sell cheap for cash ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 April 1855

Was ast "IFo"., -Mai is a Mai' eloiitan Hatch less Model of Meehaa iam, s Mutable Mas of Mirth Rod Mis anthropy; Merry - Midst Moroninir, Mournful Midst iMirth: Mm Mats bi Mundane Mission by Mining in.Mons trout Mummeries Mindless of the Meek Motions of bis . Mighty Master, Madl j Misprising bis Mild and Moderate Man dates Mia the Manifold Manifestations of. the Multiplied Mercies Meted out by bis Maker. Muse then Misguided Mor tal on the Magnitude f ' Ury Misde - meaner. . Mind not the Meretricious poice of Malevolent Minister but Merit I Jbe Meed of a Merciful Messiah. Woman, : Who . Whtlome Was Weak JVas Wrought poo byjhe Wheedling Words of the Wily one, since When (he World Weeps o'er its Wickedness. Wanting Woman, the World Were a Waste, and - We Wending our Way through the Wilderness Would Waft pur Waitings to the Winds and Wares. Woman! Without thy Winsome Ways, Wealth Were a Worthless Will o the Wisp, the Witchery of the Waring of thy Wizard's wand. . Witness toy Weariless W...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 May 1855

r ihe : . "1 ... ., , , -18- . . PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. v ,- -.- - - - - ' . r . -i - "Truth and Jnilice." ' - - " . ' ; ' . . AT. 91 0 IN ADVANCE Volume XX 'jV; 7;:;. ; GALLIPOLISr OHIO, MAY 3. 185 5 Number 23. CALIFORNIA GAMBLING SCENES. f i r A writer, whose fortunes led him to San Francisco, in 1852, present a fear ful picture of the scenes enacted at that penoa in g&uiiumg-neiis 01 toe goiueu capital. - He says that the most corrupt , ot tee ganHuers, ana the only ones, in fact, who could compete with the Span iards, generally so crafty and cold-blooded in hazard playing, werc the Ameri can "boys;" that from the splendidly decorated talon at San Francisco, with its picturesque bijouterie and hundreds of tables groaning beneath the burden - of gold, to the scanty tent in the further est mountains, where the A-mrrv, thrown . over a ricketty box, fenced as a cloth by bight, and as a bed and blanket on the approach" qf dawn, they itere'every where to be found ready at any m...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 May 1855

- TOT? TOTTR AT A T. JL HI i -LUX XA.L BDITTD' AX VBUSBBD r XAXtXE8 BJiBPSB, jfyAt 8 r to, Invariably in advance. U1LLIPOLI. , tTHT7RSBAT.. - . -. - - MAT 3,1855 ' Old ajtd Niw School Prisbttxki me ths Dimuict To oar inter frVftWl J VI JJH W CVf " " Mtsvw r lni wa ham received. New School .member, one from an Old .School, and an anonymous communica tion: the latter not for publication, but merely to ad rise us to not meddle with the matter which now agitates, the pub lic mind, with reference to- the Old and Hew School Presbyterians, and signed "Won Nothing." In this liberal age, .voluntary advice is about the cheapest, hence the lavish manner in which it is oestowed. "Won Nothing," after find ing fault with an editorial that ap peared in the Journal last winter, m re gard to a fox chase, branches out and makes what he considers grave threats toward us, ahould we give our columns to the enlightenment of the members of the two divisions of this church, and outsiders, upon the subject ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 May 1855

1 3 - - a'arThe neonle of - Cincinnati are evidently alarmed at our prospect of getting a portion or peir iraae. we assure them in ail sincerity mat, u we cannot get their, trade from them more nonestly tban tney occasionally get our negroes from us, wwill hare nothing to do with it Lou. Journal. t A sea monster was eaughtnear Pttnta Rossa, on the Florida coast, on the 23d ult., which had a mouth three and a half feet long, and wide enough to swallow a canoe. The space between its eyes measured four feet four inches, its length of body nineteen feet, and breadth nineteen feet, and weighing 3,- UOO pounds. XST We call the attention of our headers . to the. new advertisements in .this paper also to the old ones, where new Goods may be found. MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI ry TT DA 4n OPEN TWENTY MILES EAST OF CHILLICOTHE. In 5 Monday, .April 30, and thereafter rernlar , v It, a Passenger and Freight Train 'fill ran 'daily (Sundays excepted) between Chillicothe nd Raysville (20 miles east) as...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 May 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE NASHVILLE. l3j the arriy3 oi the steamer Nasli' rlDe at New York, we nave several . days later newt from Europe. : The fol lowing are the details of the war news fcy the inital:". ." ; ll ' . . ' Suge otSkbastopol March 13th Xo 29th. On Saturday afternoon, Ihe 10th March, the firing was very heavy from the Russian batteries and their engineers were working busily on the '' nilmk' Omar Pasha arrived at fTamD. March 12th, and a council of war "was held, at which were present, lesides Raglan, Canrobert, and Omar, Admiral Steward and Sir Edmund Ly ons. The ersct purport of Omar Pa sha's visit did not transpire." but it was 'rumored in the camp that he sought some assistance, which could not be . rranted, and that the. utmost he can therefore .do 'unaided, will be to hold Eupatoria. Electric communication is completed between Raglan's quarters and Balatlavar and. the railway is in work in? order to Kadiskoi. ,- CosTTiruED FianTtsa fOK Possession or thi Riruc Pits Gain. Sac...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 May 1855

Si - . . ---: i . jf j : m x'"""'"'""awas.asssswassasMssisaa 1 PUBLISHED BY JAMES HAEPEE. . '. "Truth and Jottiee." '".-"' ' ' - V " AT ; a IN ADYAKCX Volume XX. G1LL IPOLIS, OHIO, MAY 10. 18 55. - ; .; .;;.; V""-, ..V Number 24. ; [For the Gallipolis Journal.] MY BROTHER'S GRAVE. BY FANNIE R. MORRISON. I'm Bitting by thy grave, dear brother, But thy face. 1 cannot see; . , The evening winds sigh mournfully, . Tis music tad to roe. They tell of hippy moments fled, ' Sweet momenta (pent with thee, Ko more aneh moments as those, An in reserve for me. I am yery sad and lonely, brother, " I know not why 'tis so; . rThe burning tears roll down my cheek, I will not stop their flow. They are all that I can give to thee, . Brother, oh! brother dear, But lasting shall thy memory be, . . Kot transient as the tear. ' "Thou art resting gently, brother, , ' J The long grass is drooping low, '. .. -eThe flowers their petals soon wQl shed Abort thy unconscious brow. I sometimes wish I were a bird,...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 May 1855

THE JOURNAL. . XOITOD AS9 FCDCSHID BT - ' JAMSS HA&FEB, JtyAtSf 50, invariably in advance. UALLIPOL1S. r THURSDAY. ' - - MAT 16, I855w . Jm' About 1 0 o'clock on Tuesday morning, a fire broke out in the Cbair Factor owned by Mr. Job B. Shkp- flxan, iirthe block between Second and ' Third- streets;, below the PjabTic Sqoare, wii'cl eonsnmed the building with its Contents. We understand the fire caught from a store that was heated for the purpose of making varnish. The proprietor had some out-door business to attend to, and during his absence it is supposed, the fire communicated to the shavings on the floor, and then to the building, which spread so rapidly that in a few minutes the whole was in flames. By the exertions of our citizens the fire was confined to the building where it originated, end the stable ad joining, belonging to Mrs. Rachael Han nan, notwithstanding ' they were al most surrounded by old wooden shan ties. Mr. Shepard's loss we, presume is about 9800. Mrs. Hann...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 May 1855

Afr&iuLXcis. Upon ' the" subject of urrjj ana appearances men, x , ximei 'thus remarks: .,,,t .... VAcoat that hutlie mark of use trpoo it is a recommendation to people of sense, and a bat with too smooth a nap sAd too" high a lustre is a derogatory circumstance. The best coats in Broad way are on the backs of penniless fops, broken down merchants, clerks on piti ful salaries, and men that don't pay up. The heaviest gold chains dangle from . the fobs of gamblers and gentlemen of very limited means; costly ornaments on ladies indicate to eyes that are well open, the fact of a silly lover or husband cramped for funds. ' And when a pret ty Voman goes by in a suit of plain and neat apparel, it is the presumption that she has fair expectations and a husband who can show, a balance ia his favor. For women are like books too much filding makes men suspicious that the hiding is the most important point. Ohio: Stats Fair. We learn from the State journal that the State Board of Agricultur...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 May 1855

.Socrwwo Th Niaoaju Bxlow thx 6vsfMo Bridg. On Tuesday last we witnessed an attempt bj the- accom " plished Engineer Roebling, the r-fc'tect or tM ftauroaa Buspenm onage, w ' low Niagara. .JWts, to measure the dCDth of ih waUr under the platform of the camaare war. . Thi is 225 feet ais&Clhe stream. : Those who have stood upon the Bridge, and watched the current below, will remember how rap- idlj, and with what seemingly irresisti ble force the vast volume of water rushes fcondermrfT "' alonp:. to the narrow irorsre beyond. Yet its surface at this point is unbroken- " ' ; Mr. Roebling attached a strong wire 450 feet long, to a plummet-shaped piece of smooth wrought iron, prepared for the purpose,' and which' weighed 42 pounds, and suspended it from the bridge 60 feet above the water: It was Jet go, and with it simultaneously the en tire slack of the wire. The sounding iron 'struck point " downwards there was a white streak-of-lightning-like xig tag'of foam upon the water the wir...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 May 1855

.4 - v 1 . -ir c-ijd f 'i :.-:.v-rr 4 I- f 6 Tin; ."' - ! - I. if -h j ........ 7,.'.-,,- .';.:.! s" PUBLISHED SY; JAMES HARPER. Tru th and, Justice." 'PCT rso nr'ADTAKCS Volume. XX. J I : . I! I I I I - I B .11 I I lil T X . S "TV I Id 1)1 I - 31 - f HI l Kl ' [From the Carpet Bag. THE EXILE. ' 4 -pilgrim from the eastern sbare" .'.- . :,' Stood ob Kerada't strand; ; tA tear wa in his hither eye, - A pickaxe in his hand. . ;.... ' A tear was in his hither ere .. ': And in hiileft, to match, - r ' 1 : There trould have been another tear, " r-; , But for a healing patch. ' ' And other patches, tro. h ore, "" ,."Jk f Which on his garments hune,'"- : .' , t -Aui two vers on that ill-tared spot , '- Where mothers smite their joung. .... fiis hat a shining "Coetar" once . 1 ' Was brojtes now and dim. ' And wiid his bearded features gleamed ; from ut the tattered brim. "- The pilgrim stood, and looking doirn. As one who was in doubt, - " " ' siched to see how fast that pair - ' , ,. Of bo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 May 1855

rTHE-JOURNAL. XDITIB AJTD IMJBUSBSD It . IAME8 BASrBB, TAt3l 0, inrwriabiy ia advance. .. - - THURSDAY. - MAY IT, 1855. Cavdisatbs. As tbe time approach ei for the apponenta of the present State administration to place their can did&tes before the people, there baa been host of namee suggested for the seve- ral office of all character! and condi tioni, rood, bad and indifferent We CBSUOV S7ivvuu w ki0 m 'Mia J . Aoflg those named for Oorernor 8. P. Chase, is the favorite of the ultra Free toilers; Jacob Brinkerhoof, of Richland county, and Hiram Griswold, of Clere land, are among the most prominent for the same office; for Lieutenant Govern or, C. N. Olds, a F. Cary, C. B. God dard, and others. There are all sorts f rumors as to the ticket of the Enow Kothings. The Cleareland Leader, and the Columbian of Columbus, pnblish a ticket which it ia said was devised at a secret canon of leading Know-Noth- ihgs, at Cincinnati, week or two ago, composed as follbwsr For Governor, Jacob Br...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 May 1855

THE PREPARATIONS IN PARIS FOR THE CRYSTAL PALACE EXHIBITION. correspondent of the New York . "Already Paris gires symptoms of the 'lb-rush of population, which the eventful yew f the Grand Universal Exhibition is about to bring opon it. The hotels ar even now crammed to exess, and apartments are daily aug menting in price, i Families from the provinces arrive on a visit of inspection to see what chance they have of obtain ing anything like reasonable accommodations.:.-The prioe within the barrier is so exorbitant that small houses out side the Arch of Triumph are taking the hint, and adding wings,, and stories to the -original modest tenement, and from Uieir vicinity to ue Hippodrome, toe Champs Elyseea and the Palais de I'lndustrie there is no donbt that the speculation will well indemnify the pat lay. As, .to the opening . on the first of May, I confess I see but little likelihood to'f it; the interior of the principal build ing is not yet complete, and we are now 'within a fortni...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 May 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. '- trrastopoi still Standi Tfca Bombard- men Progressing without any Impor- , tan . Res alt-l-iK .hope of Peaee A Protracted and Bloody War Ioo'rfta-ble-rMateriaJ Advance in BreadstufFs, , TIlow; Bacon an J Lard-TTje Brit ish Fund Lower. .. . ,; i TLivstkx, Tuesday, May 8 A". M. j -"' The steamer Asia, with, advices from Liverpool to the ?8th ult.. arrived at this oort last nisrht. The steamer Her,-'! mann sailed from Southampton for New lorjton the5c"thult.. ,: ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. , 'Uy this arrival we have advices from .- the army before Sevastopol. to the 19th !t.; but, contrary r; ;mnnrtant result had taken place, (Visa aav - - . j notwithstanding the fire hnndred guns orthe allies continued w piay inceroaui; the' town and fortifications. 1 Since the breaking up of the Vienna' Conference, several supplimntary meet ings 6f the four parties had neen nem, but without any definite result. The Plenipotentiaries assembled on the SSd ulf., an...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 May 1855

4 '"'v:i2.,u:v.:Ti.v;:; - ' b sr.... -.. . . . .. ? r - rV o ft..- l. - , n r. t ? A It C It M .A. t , 1' - f i - i . i.i rx t . -i lllll 111 !,...!! J . I I . -I : . I- ! I I . . I I I I Ml ....111 A V S555!!!5!!!5!!!!!2!!!!!5!!!5!!5!!S!!5!25!2 PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARIER.';;y.;' ; ; -v J ' - 'r ? v ; :' -. " ;VTftfth BdJ Bitlce." ' j -T- -"'V . ? r ' '-. , AT ft 60 IN ADYANCS 1 " ' ' '-' " ' ' '. ' ' " I mm 1 1 ' - ' m . " ' 1 ii i. - i , 1 i' w ,t ' . . f i T .. " T ' ' ,i , .., Volume v XX; :v:v - -- - ' : , i -' G A t L I POL I SV'0:H I O;3IA'Y'a2 4 1 85 5;::: :.: . , Number 2G: . - . T-: , " - ' : - ' " " - - , . . - - - . : . ... - - MOONBEAMS. A. Rpirklioj; pa vhiek feeeotly Appeared fcoonynoosly u an EogUsli periodical. . ..Orar field of thymy bloeaoai,' -.,! OrerbeiUrf aewy flower, . - v If ow opoe tb rtreamlet'i bosom, , t Jfow within th whifperiug bower, ' '. Soft ud slov,- 1 ' Tb nioeobeam '?-: : i - Wwdering aa through midnight honn. - XigbUy o'er tie crested billow, ' "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 May 1855

THE JOURNAL. . . . SPITED AXO rcBusHia rt JAKES HAfiPSB, -yAt tf 60, invariably ia advance. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY,---May 24, 1855. "JE3T We are requested to state that die Rev. Mr. Hovet, TJniversalist,;wiir tfreach at the court boose at baff past ten A. ST.. Sunday aetW- .-yi ' 3T Our old friend . Co6at9 is eh a nrofessional risit to our town. : To see him reminds' us of "Auid , lang- Syne -.'' r: ' The' Frederick Examiner is led to hope from the present appearance of the young fruit, that, the peach erop in Frederick county, will be, this year, un usually heavy. In Washington county-, asyt tbe Hagersiown Terch, the fruit las bees considerably injured by frost! r S3T Mr. LongwortQ says bis grapes are uninjured by the late frosts in the vicinity of Cincinnati; and that be shall mate full as much, if not more, wine than be has any previous year. .'' tjff" The river at this point is in good navigable condition at present, but re ceding slowly. ' The ' fine packet Allegheny,...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 May 1855

ETFos EscLicuans. Tsboat Bitt-tta, Hcs . m Couor, pd the effects of iropruaeci ut . Mercury. Na medicine as n " covered which has effected such cures aa Cm- Threw diseases' produced by taUvatlon, Hacking Cough, Bronchial Affection, Liver diseases, ITeuralgla and BAeumat5ani,liBv'jll been relieved ui cored in a wonderf ul. ner, by tiepBKt purifier of the blood. Carter's The ease of Mr. T. H, Ramsey alone should sat&fy ny who doubt. .Call the Agent and -procure . pamphlet containing cores, whichTwUl astound yon, ,See advertisement. . April 26,1855 4w ' !-f -V "" . ipToa1 i Cocoa oa Cou, use (lie beat reme dy, known, via; STABLER "AJTODTITE CHE RET ESPECTORAirr. medicine which has saved the Uvea of thousand, 1 used in their practice by hundreds of the most experienced phyair.iana, many of vhom have given uku MBumoBy-. ui-wfiuts . -"raora reliable than any other proprietary medicine with which they aa acquainted," for the eure of diseases of. the throat and hogs. Doe't neglect your ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 May 1855

Te CcLTCSt OF SwtS? POTATOM- i , : X iscenuy notices, tre-teiiv enquiries on the culture of the sweet potato. ' Hav ing had -eorae- liule experience hi ttin branch of horticulture, 1 srifl. flate the mode and the tesulta. ; ;,-' Sovcb of Sk. This X pro cure from" the city of New ,Tork, ' lb which Jt is,' J suppose' brought from farther south:" I sometimes send direct- " ly there for it, ud at other times pro cure it from grocers who tare recently procured it for retail here. Potatoes raised here are always loo imperfectly , .nature to be. preserved,' Uiey pensn with a drv rot. even when siorea in , small-xiuantities in ry'sand, and ja a cool and airy place, j t;. :" 7. ..: iv Son.. I have-cultivated tbeov ra aJ - lio-ht Hand. smndT loam, both of mod erate fertility,- and in moist rich sand I prefer the former, because it secures a slower rovU and results m the ear lier formation of tubers, aid of course,' in a more perfect maturity than either of the others, - i.-;, -"y u.: . Mob or...

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