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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 March 1861

iri-SMj -^ebgrHi Newspaper devoted to Xewj, Politic*, Xntern«l lm j provements Llt«mtnr , 4c., 1, (wad every Tnesdmy ThaiwUr nd StfanUv mornln*. it 8 o'clock. £§e Wee&fg £efegrapQ Contain? «S tM Hading «rtlcles, UieHews,Comniercla njmttf r, Mid Mfctenaaeon, p*rsgi*pl> of the W-Week J aid la published every Tu«*UT mornln*. % 3 00 ssoo TERMS: Weekly, per uaram. In advance Club of tea — Single copies for mailing — 10 Tft-WeeklyTelegraph, perinnnm. In advance 8 00 • -■ B. H. OT2HIN8 Publisher. SOCIETIES. HOLLAilD LODGE NO. 1. A. F. & A. M. _ MBSTS at Masonic Hall, Main street _A Hooatoo.onthe night, of thejeeond aid taarth * A SICHAEMOS? W." H. Cbo.H. Sec'y. jan24 31 ly WASHINGTON CHAPXEBj NO«2 R. A. M. ^ MEETS octhenight of the fait Monday Jfk Jfl a,o. H.BalNi EOBiT.gee'y. jac24 ly t HOUSTON COUNC1I., NO. 2. R. & S. M. MEETS on the Bight of the second Tnes- - stCoaneil Room,Ma- le B. M. Sec'y. day cf every month, sonic Hall, Houston. O. J. GRAINGER, T. jan24 ly fljo.HBai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 March 1861

I CLiSeeklg Ctltjjraj|. BOCSTON, TEXAS. TUESDAY... .MARCH 12,1861 This Paper is forwarded from PEEL & DUMBLE, COTTON FACTORS Commission gtertjmnts, Near the H. & T. C. Railroad Depot, HOUSTON, TB2AS, B®, B. F. Davis, Esq., is a regular trav- elling Agent of thia paper. I . Thanks again, to Hobbs of the Southwestern Express, for New Orleans- ana New York papers, in advance of the mail. We shouldn't know how to do with- out tUis Express. It has become a neces- sity to us. THE LINCOLN INAUGURAL. In another part of to-days paper we re- publish, from our Extra of Thursday, the Inaugural message of Mr. Lincoln. It i3 a document that will be read by every man in the country, on account of the important bearings the policy of the new administra- tion at Washington will have on the peace of the country. Mr. Lincoln, it i3 pre- sumed, has made up his mind what to do, and has put his determination on the rp- oord, so far as he could do so, with a view to the success of his policy. He d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 March 1861

1tb. BT TELEGRAPH. By the Tens T#l#gr*pli Line—Office, Main atz*et~frwr j. H. Brani' Store. Important Virginia Washiagton! Ordinance Secession Drafted! Lincoln's Inaugural for Coercion and Collection of the Revenue. So Prospect of Compromise ! Trouble in the Republican Camp! i LINCOLN'S- POLICY!! w I? 4 WiSHnrGTOS, Marsh 4.—Vfe have had ] gentlemen telegraphed to Got. Pickens not Gaitkstos, March 5tb, 1861. The ite&mship Mexico, arrived at her wharf at an early hoar this morning. She brings one day's later news from New Or- leans, and the following general intelli- gence: washisgtos, March 2.—A large portion of the Bepnblican party are opposed to the appointment of ex-Governor Chase, of Ohio, as a member of Lincoln's Cabinet, on account of his coercive policy. In the mean time, it is positively ascertained that the Republican force bill cannot pas9. It is also entertained that Mr. Corwin's report to the Peace Conference has a majority of two-thirds in the Senate. Telegraphic adv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 March 1861

TRAi A MODRl. VALEHTINB. MR. Edito*.- becoming tut. spring , won have an inalgHf his tu confer the Inspiration everjthiog young friend of mine presenea of the i83 enchanted he Idol of his faScy, exuberance of and under (re .lime and up the following. % The manuscript hiving accidentlj got into my L ■ i,, .•%• '# enclose it, thinking it w fl Jo to he read ou a rainy da?. truly &c, A. SUBSCRIBER. Fatktte County. Feb. 18H1. TO HY bTKXDKO. The Spring bird* are singing, luve«- Singing with g!ee: List, lo belr music. love— Music to thee. Hark! what they s!n*r, va— Hear what they wy; Pral ing etch other, lore— Praising all day. Lint to their music, love- Ob, lis; u> their lay; Bright Spring hath come, bird- Rejoice all the day. Hear them a* they say, love— "Birds cheer your mate*;" Join the swelling anthem, love- Slug our blended fates. 8hal« «re gang thegither, love- Shall we sir.g together; Shall we love each other lov*— Be ali to one another. I have a shady bower, love- Tine clad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 March 1861

<r derated to Xcws, Wilties. Interne' im s L!tcfatnre,Ac..ta!sre«<J«^f~ Ta«car iwt sAanlaT morata*. ft 9^doci. }t Weefefo CefegrapQ lin-i sli the tiadiurartlcles. M|jws,CoBiDterci T, cni MscelUr. too i para«nipl!3 oftheTTl-Weci 1 jnHisHed «verx Tuesday mora in*. TERMS: per annum, In advance.^.-.——$3(X> on*, ten .. 1 « ;le:j3l>afttrSulHnf—— 16 •iJyTelesrapb.jxsrnmiioi.tn advance 8 00 AddTMS E. H. ycamxo Publisher. SOCIETIES. • ac«a IOLIiAUD LODGE NO. 1. A. F. fe A. M. MEETS at Halonio Hall, Hale, itieit nooft6n,onthe nighM of the secondare! fourth Wednesdays of .very month. A. S.BICHABDSON. W. M. t. BaiiMHCHST.Sec'v. jan34'611y UlIXGTO^I CHAPTER) HC-2j R. A. M. f r .'!ZET3 onthenlfhtof the firit Monday of "t'er-r mooth^at Masonic Hail,Malnit. 7 A. S.P-ICHAEDSON, H. P. Oio. H■ Bkini.ctntsT.See'y. janiM ly I USTOM COUNCIL, NO. 3. R. & S. M, MEETS on the night of the second Tnej- 6' : of every month, at Council Room, Ma- l'.-iile Hall, Hooston. C. J. GRAINGER, T. I. 0. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 March 1861

etto .iukgrapj). (HOUSTON, texas. m f m H'4 TUESDAY. .. .MARCH 17, 1861 ■ B. F. Davis, Esq., is a regal" trav- liin^Ageci of tbis paper. Thanks 10 tb« 3 Western Ex- pte-4 for all I lit- a e ^uper.- trom Nwv Or- leans, and the New York Herald of the 8th, which was banded us en the 14th at 2 p. M <jr six days and six hours from New York. Thi-i i- ii ir quickest trip pnj^r- have ewr made. JgT A report appeared in th Washing- i n correspondence of the Sew York Herald the other day, purporting to be the sub- stance of dispatches sent tn Washington by the special mail agent, concerning what to«"fc place at the surrender of the p.iJHrtry store? at San Antonio. It having Meen thought by some that Major Scott * the author t.f the report, we are authorizel to Male that <-ucb w&i not the •-tase, ard the agent alluded to must have b^-n some Otlter person. • OLr.UE TWEXOT-SETEfi. . With, to day's Vfeekly, the Telegraph ntcrs upon its Twenty-Seveaih annual volume, being the oldest payer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 March 1861

% as ■ -wm * ■ —— j issued for the evacuation of Fort Sumler. j Governor "is ftl«a .sleeted qy « large ma- i secret from the public thRt might !esd to • i The Armatroag court-nartinl Is organized, j joriiy = !• be Sarrcndered! Snmteraot ta be Hostility «f (be Arnj to (be New Adssiilsfritlon! ifie soatiicrn Forts to be Giren iff! <-* Later from Montgomery! T6e Permanent Constitution! THE MARKETS, ETt;. ETC.. ETC G/llvestos, March I4lh.—The ster^ ship W. 0. Ileires, airivtd at lissr wbir at niae o'clock, alia brings two days later t, and the f,11 owing general intelli I ■ ' I ifr % •i ' 1 \ 9 Washisctos, March 11.—Mr. Holt, the Isie Secretary of War, says the new Cabi- . net of Mr. Lincoln has determined to with- draw the federal troops :rom Forts Sumter and Pickens, and' other military posts within the Confederate States. He says, morever, that if the opposite policy, coer- cion had betn determined upon, it would not hsjp#sit>le to carry it out. The fede- ral army is every wher...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 March 1861

iv Letter iroin Th«Bas Aifieek. BY- TELEGRAPH. ^ %M$i& t*J / •„ Special eo.-res; ^deuce of the Telegraph. CEXTRAI XCBSEBIES, ) 1 sear EnssEAal, Texas, j ! AIe. Ccshinq,—Dtar Sir:—Toa surpris- ed me by your enquiry, the olber day, as to the particulars of the burning of the steamer "Charmer,™ on the night of Sun- day the 10th ult. It is almost an oKl sinry now, in these vxciting lipes! A month oiilAnd well nigh forgotten, saTe by those who are im- mediately interested, from the loss of friends or property. Since, howeter, jou desire St. yon sli*U have a shnrt narra'ive of the accident The "Charmer" was the favorite of all of thfse superb boats which ply on the lower Mississippi; a regular weekly packet lisWeen New Orleans and some of the bends a.thort distance above Vicksburg- She was of immense siie, capable of carrying over 4,600 bales of cottoB, and of comfor- tably accommodating some 300 cabin pas- sengers. Her engines were spoken of as the finest and most powerful ever pot i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 March 1861

■ :fe- 4 w COe TFee&fg CefegrapO Oonulos an the leading articles, the News, Comnercia nutter, end Miscellaneous pvasrapbs of the Tri-Weet ty end 1 published every Tuesday mornln*. Newspaper devoted to News, Politics. Internal 1m proveaenta Literature, Ac., Is Issued every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday moralnsr. at 8 o'clock S 3 00 & terms: Weekly, per annum. In advance Club ot ten — Single copies for mailing...- Tri-Weekly Telegraph, per annnm. in advance 8 00 ArMr^q R. ff. CTTSTTTNG Publisher. Societies. BOLLARD LODGE NO. 1. A. P. & A. M. MSBTS at Masonic Hall, Main street , Houston, on the nights of theisecond ord fourth Wednesdays of eTery month. i A. 3. hichabdson, W. M. . BeuieHuasT.Sec'v. Jin24 "61 ly WASHINGTON CHAPTER, NO.8, R. A. M. & MEETS onthenlghtof the first Monday of every month, at >IaionicHall,Mainst. A. S. RICHARDSON, H. P. Oto. n.B*ihi.BO*sT.8ec'y. jan24 ly PUBLISHED OX MAIN STREET. BETWEEN CONGRESS AND PRESTON, HOUSTON. TEXAS, BY E. H. GUSHING....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 March 1861

iSkf- K ssexsesbss £L*: ■83i > teHlj Cekgrapi). HOUSTON, TEXAS. TUESDAY... .MARCH 26, 1861 B. F. Davis, Esq., is a regular trav- elling Agent of this paper. pjp* A. Murschalk t« ieen' for this pa- per in the counties «'f Lili«-rty, Polk, Ty- ler, Trinity. Angelina, Nacogdoches, Cher- okee, Smith, Yan Zandt, Wood, Upshur, Red River, Bowie, Cass. Marion, Harri- son, Ru-lc and Panoli. 0CR__ We are pleased lo abserve that Jas Sprley, Esq., of Galveston, a worthy and well known merchant of that city has been made collector at that point by the Govern- ment of the Confederate States. He enters upon his duties at once. GEN. HOUSTON'S PllONUNCIA.iiENTO. The Pronunciamento business, after hav- ing been run quite extensively in Mexico, and having, as we supposed, been about played out there, seems to have been im- ported into Texas, and to have been inau- gurated here under the auspices of the distinguished General whose name heads tWs article. Why he left off the caudal •appendage of "God...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 March 1861

-'.' -A■sXBMI-JJ11.-V!.u•J?-.-* v.-vrjv A.-.',ggjyrj™ ♦f • i j il tr * 37 TELEGRAPH, By the Texas Telegraph Lina-ioffice, Main 3traet| Orer.J. H. Erajg'j store. Important freni Washington! Humored Battle near F*rt Pickens! LINCOLN'S POLICY!! Peace te be Restored! Nothing to be done f«r 60 Days Spevial Dispatch to the Houston Tdegrapb.* Galveston-, March 19.—The steamship Texas arrived at her dock at an early hour this morning. She brings the following general intelligence : niw To|k, March 16th—The Herald's Washington correspondent says the Pres- ident told a member of the Virginia con- vention yesterday that no vessel would be sent Sonth with hostile intentions; that nothing wonld be done regardingSouthern affairs for 60 days; that his purpose was to restore peace and prevent the shedding of blood. A special dispatch says the Cabinet did not decide yesterday on the proposed evacuation of fort Sumter. Baltimore intelligence says the first resistance to the federal authorities will b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 March 1861

constitution or tss Confederate statta of £• America, PREAMBLE. We, the people of the Confederate States, each StaU acting In Its sovereign and independentcha racier, in order to form a permanent Federal Gov- ernment, establUh justice, insure domestic tran- qsility, and to secure the blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our posterity, invoking the favor and guidance of Almighty God, do ordain and es- tablish this Constitution for the Confederate States of America : ARTICLE I— SECTION 1. All legislative powers hereiu granted shall be vested in a Conjrres* o* th* Confederate States, which sh.ill co M-t ol h .-vita'.t' n-l lionse of Re- presentatives. • SECTION 2. 1. The House of Representatives shall be com- posed of members chosen every second year by ihe peonle of the several States : and the electors in each State *hall have the qualifications requisite r f the mr-t * «!««• r u« branch of the M&ie LrgisJaiure; but ui perr-onof foreign birth, not a citizen of the Confederate St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 April 1861

HRni :*-:Ki' $<-- ■ . ^ ** I *r % ~.:^ '. '$F 0ti*/ ?g£&' '&f&'-• m* PUBLISHED ON MAIN STREET, BETWEEN CONGRESS AND PRESTON, HOUSTON, TEXAS, BY E. H. GUSHING. ra*ttrcwt is© • -i -f M. •'jr. i ir> 7 T*«S- uT.a. VOL.XXVII«m 4.1 TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1861. LAWYERS. IBU . Eauui. A«SE£: ■Wt !>J* 'U- SBLUtHOW t SHARON, A «•« • m Law. Sarasota Depot, HotlaMale A P. C..Qrtaiai couotr, Iesaa. ]««l twly J. W. OTTTCHKOT. HBXC A tterngya -A son.Texas of Grtmes.* I. o. A «EAKC*y-^ _, Hwh at iiaw, Jrnffw WID practice regularly in the Courts •merif Wm aii , Til li Zoa^lnidlsoa amy ws up oaiiy irisneu m LAWS or See card of C. B. Sabin, on a of ur best and moat attentive lawyers. We commend hira to the public as prompt, well-read and reliable. What more need be said t Hons of tire Slate. Tfc jy Uies-ise oreme am Federal 0 iits at (Hlrei jail 24. ly * ¥, R SHEPPAHU, fe- ATT6BSBV AT iAV, ca«w u,®e *fc> SOLLAJfDALE, TEXAS. j jiii i pngaouy. tuatwtv P. W. POLAND. A*tS* tatr. Houston,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 April 1861

mp stoai ir ii next <evt Co iru by M of the fens' B rtwe an the i printer, L'y dis- Bce in kl! Bat for is no doaerjp- i by which they can counterfeit. The only absolutely nothing to do 20j on the Citizens' Bt nk. I ' THE CENTRA RAL It OA P. 5 reoer.t cinngc ntrVt road fe;mato strike the | i tbi« npany1 «c ofths iiny ■ Those wbo ware en Rased in it s-Yfled in tha. manaTement of and bid to inaugurate i! be face of great indiflerenre, icjte on the pare ef r he people. > men of energy, aid saw far the future fo Inow that the ogngetf in would be of the unee in future years. to the difikul.iee by which ■irrnunded; the legislature so charter as to require almost [ thc.ni. The fact was they ■ balid (be road fister than ?ans of doing-it. But using to meet the requirements of 6ey (fiTg liberal contracts to such undertake tl.etr, aud inTol ed large debt9 in the *aty in- fee enterprise. The legislature, granted extensions and reliefs ^: 'd, bnt 8 ill kept the chain*drag to teeU of ti e wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 April 1861
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 April 1861

aw y frost «rta) oar I hit reiet.hiimirth. to Heaven ve rlM. , in the skiej. : s. if. MM. 30CTH ! stand, traversed streams, fcfrene J in brightest dreams we view. South I A free-born race a patriot line; fwers&n's van to face And guard their country's shrine. sire and son a holing light Tfcroc?h time {a borne along: They nothing aafc but what is right, And yield to nothing wron^' beauty's crown renown lace. become • cot: ugbtersl every home HsnocH of tie Sooth I Aye, Mng Its foSte kiadre 1 breeje < to tynat bokla— od the seas 1 Its stars and «tripes cloodi^orr wave; blue—eternal types free and brave! Bouthl the patriot's Boast! eaway: tlord, nor despot host, weak may prey. rule from sea to sea, the «euly isle:— vlcg smile. this land ! we on rg>-s borne he free! o er buhri k altural, &£., Items. No. 1. Waminqtok Couxtt, Texas, i M?rch 26, 1861. J Ccsbino—Being now engaged grass, or.millet seed, (PameBm Germanicum—and, bj the way, farmers should accustom themselves to th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 April 1861

mi., ■ -, -•••• eJ **?, Palltics. Interestta I IMit 1 Cefegrapfj arMeta, theSerrs. Comacrcln pwe**«D&s oftteTrfiWctS every ra*3<t*r morals*. L ™-Wcei(j fer nanism. Hi aJvnnce ? 06 A'Wn-w K. Jfc. cr.iitl.Vft -PoWrh*T SOCIETIES. Ui ja,.i u utiMifc nu A. P* & A M. SI3KTS at Haiooi. Dill. Mai«.s e t Iloiiiiua. an the niglit. of tfc<^9eeanit d fourth H"e.ioesda« itmonth.. A. i. RfCHABDJON. W. B *(• 3&tsainTKST.3ec*v- jaivS* *#11* NO. 2, ■n« ro\ ciWPf MP.KT3 onthenigtrtfll the flrlt oferer? month. *t U *ui,*« A. S. KIC.HARWOX. II V '•CD. C|. T?*JN rPt-l^>- PUBLISHED ON MAIN STREET, BETWEEN CONGRESS AND PRESTON, HOUSTON, TEXAS. BY E. H. CUSHING. VOI^XXYIE-^fO 5. TUESDAY, APRII 1861. 1417 aousro.i tiwtjuiiL, s . R & M* ^15ET? on the o a?ft of th* secoad Tue> 'la? of every mouth, it Council IMbra*rM3 3unic Halt, Rmisrnn. C. . GKU^JKR.^I. Q 3- jin94 y O?o. ••l*ii«nnrRsT. Set'y. itcravo c<> fuiAj* s. K. T. * iCTSRTSonthenifcht «t the secondgridayofev- III ery ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 April 1861

. - 16,1861 t to Mr. Edward F. y, for a box picked up st Brazos . TVy are rery carious and in- ' .vv f of the dispatches in to-day'a m the 'Special' jo the New That paper ia entitled to > the esiliest intelligence, ,lchea are quite as reliable as I press. s pained to learn that Hon. on Smith, late U. S. Consul p"eoe«ula, died in Galveston ■ remains have been brought ■ interment, and his fnneral Elee from the Baptist Meeting iy at l6 o'olook. S WAR BEcSrN. rsm 1 to-day bring the intelli- l the war is began. Learning that , Lincoln's government was determined te reinforce Port Sumter by force or fraud, and that the confidence pf the authorities , at Charleston had been abused, Gen, Beau- regard on Thursday, brought matters to an issue, and demanded that Major Ander- l should set some time to eracuate the ffcrt. Anderson refused. In consequence of his refusal the batteries opened fire on him on Friday evening at 4$ oclock, which was still ke&up at 11 o'clock at nigbt. Thna the -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 April 1861

News I! WARLIKE MOVEMENTS! Mere Vessels Comiag Seatk! Botts Advises LincolnI •, - - •• **■' - South Carolina officer Arested. Vohtnfreri for Texas to Unite the flag of Unim Will tkis Slate fce iavaded! Movements of the Troops i m — ■ War is Less (tea tea Days. Confederate £ufi far tktt Fray r Spe*Ia! Dispatch tojthe Honston Telegraph. Oxltestos, April 9.—The steamship Texas, in at 6 o'clock this morning, brings the following news: Washhtotos, -A$ril6—The tinited Stales steam sloop-of-war Pwrnee, left for the South this morning, having on board two hundred and fifty men. A gentleman just left the President who stated in a positive manner that the ad- ministration will not, under any circum- stances, initiate hostilities, but in conse- quence of reliable reports that the Confed- erate nialnii h*v« tkreataaad to attack Fort Pickens, the present movement ig to repel such in, attack- > S Lient. Oilman had a secret interview with the Secretary of War and Gen. Scott, and imnwdiafeiyleft...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 April 1861

tte Ic the of our > e i ihiflkyou ► of agriculture n at In ho i sr. :Ci- ii um i'. Afil ek, jy soiioi s tic aid of Tosas. Though greai strcees*. or in Texas, jet ? been obSerreil oiind abflut * or gardes ai a time ■ expect a frost, g, norther blows to make iUeven be the result, rhoeaad plow should be littd aside, > far as ouMfhiioa is concerned Bitter your hands Be-idle. This I know «xperiencc of 1859, when I had ; corn whieh was plowed the og the fro?', at uighr, killed; i the rery next row 10 these plow- t was sot true sislk injured. To f the slaw ge«5>i- from tubers of not tu giTe any perhsjf^ -it may maturity in the A. i seeded in our county. £ird than ever before, people are becoming /ereat and to sue- nitig. Aboui five has been our small crop most for bread and to team In inakiug the next crop ircumsiances laatyear the mcst nn- bte eveTknowo. with this fact be- wbo need ever despair of making % enough and to spare, provided he de- 5 a just and truly economical prop or...

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