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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 May 1878

1 at -'i.- Tr-r. V- r. BRENHAM TEXAS FRIDAY VOL. XIII NO. 20 . -M P'A Ik A i L t Ji jM JL w ivhv.ijflBMkzH. ftcKtfwMirgtomwr. BYRANKIX & LEVIN. J?kida.y; May - - 17 1S7S. Maj. Chas. H. Smith the veritable "Bill Arp." is alive and will soor lecture at Atlan- ta Ga. Bonner Ledger is He made advertising. of the New York worth $iooooooo. it all by judicious Six men were publicly whip- ed in the jail yardat Newcastle Delaware on Saturday last. Served them right TnE national Greenback-State convention of Pennsylvania met at Philadelphia and nomi- nated a full ticket. On the 9th inst. the Treasu- ry department at Washington received a'letter enclosing $800 conscience money. v" "m " isrr -.- George McCormicl Esq. ot Colorado county the present assistant 'attorney general an- nounces himself as a candidate for attorney general. Commercial depression not confined to the. United 'Stjafes:' Bremen and other leading north German towns are in a state of depres- profound sion. commercial A Unj...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 May 1878

i - iW-- " . r" .. lw3i&jMiranncv. 1 w5Tiir' BV RANKIN fi. LEVIN. l?niDAT.TlLvY - - 17 1S7S. -Maj. I. C Stafford is men- ttoned as a candidate for State Treasurers There is a "dollar" store- in Scdalia where everything is sold at 99 cents. Catharine Beecher sister of Henry Ward Beccher .recently died at her home in New York Statev . . An earthquake shock at Cua Venezuela killed 5oo persons. Heavy shocks were felt at Car- acas. - " . A"ss6watDes Moines Iowa on the 14th inst has injured the grape crop and- young vegeta- nles. The Comanche Chief says Seth Shepard is the best and strongest man yet spoken of for congress inhis district. A very handsome young girl only seventeen years of age committed suicide the other day in St. Louis bv " hanging. . Mr Coke hast introduced a bill in the. Senate for the con- struction of a railroad from San Antonio to the Ko Grande. . j 3F - The governor has refused to reprieve or commute" Brown Eowen's sentence. He iJfTo be Changed on theith inst. H...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 May 1878

1 -- c' J Local Intelligence. Now set out sweet potato V slips. Don't neglect it. T"EcnES will begin to ripen itliin.thc next eight ortcn days. A Voi-K i est will be ' held at New iflm Austin county next Sunday. r .This market is glutted with ripe plums large fine luscious " 'ones at that Rain. We were favored with a refreshing shower of rain yes- terday evening. The expenses of the late - "olksfest in this city were jjp- wards of $ I 800. ' Tun recent rains will prove of immense benefit to the planting interest of this county. -"MSaxdv Street in front of 'Park's new stable has been leveled up graded and now present a nice appearance. Recovering. Mr. A. Jef- fries who was severely injur- ed at the Volksfest grounds on Saturday last is slowly im- " proving. - Tun New Justice. The Commissioners Court appointed Mr. Charles Zurcher Justice of the Peace fortius" Precinct vice T. O. Hynes resigned. The Banner acknowledges the receipt of a communication from "Old Beeswax." Its jgreat lengt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 May 1878

assffiSKEssEsrassasK &KkhXJlXl)J!X& Vrntnt7 A at 41 .53 r m 73 cata ier square u r-ir4f mill flMhiarv nntln l.kl It .. ltrMi4iaji tMlT-M-?nl thill. VlCIUUUC.'i ua. fii-i iiiwi. ...... - tmrtT boalucua ctiarajr 13 cruU a .mo i AnnouncfraeatsTiUl 1 ln-eriel nt ttie ftf- Inslarn'is. S:a.-a.iatl DUri.t i ca S!d. Count. S7J0; rr!n s3 The nut) t. tine. Agricultural Sneeosses and Fall- eras. Fo'rang nature to yield that which is ci- dently a poor retumfbr our labor is al best poor policy aniT-yet this is exactly the course many cultivators oLlhe soil are con- ilintly pursuing forthey cannot understand why a crop" should be grown at a profifin one locality and not in another. -"SbmeTilantersupoii reading in the new s- papers an account of the Immense profits realized by certain parties in the cultivation of any particular kind of fruit or grain think they'can do what others have done and to prove it immediately commences an inves tiganon in relation to the culture cost und" prospect...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 31 May 1878

n "3- . Jh. 1 "I" . 4 t "SSli 'SrfS-'SJ?' 17171 ;?-J-?EK--- -rr--'--aBg- $ 'A-J-' .-; 1l JjJDi I-Sfl jfc--W-'r--)("T aariaiSftM"gWawgH . -.. .. i !!- -n-n " n "- in -r- ii-nr JTftfitait! gy?7FTyrai'f'M 1 - . s& Y Nk. Y S . 8 W 41 ' 3 ItfSr 1.;. 4 X . ESTABLISHED 1865. " V!fl 1 nssagg m. 7ZYe Weekly Banner BY" RASKIN & LEVIS. Pkidat May - Miiijjjxuiwi-JUg' 31 1S7S. - Sam Y. Smith of Huntsville .announces himself as a candi- date for State treasurer. J A horse thief hanged in . Kansas was thus labeled; This " man was notthc. noblest work M ! J.IIL JJAiiK. " inuiuvj- -" Senator Coke and Congress- man Giddlngs" for Congressional 't" ....-.: nohtoH tn .favors. a 1 Tun national Greenback La- "tborart' held a convention at pndianapolis and nominated a Yull State ticket. $ Jx"tiie House the amendment ' .niak"uig the strength ofarmy ""25000 was carried by a ma .Jority often. - . - - f S. gigantic 'whiskey swindle lias been discovered at Cincin- Ifnati.; Tlie crooked was "being manufa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 31 May 1878

v 4- f pt I- Te Weekly Jiunner b' rankin s. levin. Friday "May --311878. "The Bellvillc Beacon devotes an editorial to demagogues. Judge Irerand is announced is a candidate for congress in Schlcjchcr'-s districts TmeBasxer returns thanks to Hon.John H. Reagan for Con- gressional favors. American cotton is being snipped from Iiverpool to In- dia for manufacturing purposes. The army appropiation billl has passed the House. It fixes the strength of the "Army at 20- T30. A Laredo special to the iVi'.rsay.S aforce of about 800 t Lcrdists arc" about to capture New Laredo. The first Texas wheat arrived In St-Louis from Dallas on the sodrinst. It graded No. 4 and bold at auction at $ I 25. 'The department returns for April shows that Gov. Ord has ior active service 169 commis- lioned officers and 1662 men. I . .. . The Bryan. Pilot noting the Examiners announcement of Lang for governor has this to ay: "Told you so told you so!" Anderson publicly confesses 'lo'iiaving-changcd 3300 Demo- crat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 31 May 1878

v S M 51 K i Local Melligeiice. P Oats millet and other small 'grain is now being cut and housed. 1 Dint at Chappell Hill 27th SS Miss Tennie May Rorr- ers. T Ro.sTlNGrEARS and tomatoes have made their appearance in '-the market. . t" ' ' .. ' - Judge O. II: P. Garrett is having a fTnc residence erected on Sandy street. There is an Almond tree in bearing at the Oak Hill Nursc- ricsf one mile cast of the city. If you want to give some of ourfarmcrs the " dry grins " just mention " beans " to- them. 5f : r - The a heat crop in the Bur- tonTteighborhocd is turning out fincly-cspccially the Nicarau- gua variety. Parties in town on Monday from various parts of the coun- ty report that .Sunday's rain was general 'and farmers happy. Home Col. JD. Giddings returned on Friday from the Conference v at Atlanta Ga. He looks as though he had "en- joyed the trip. V- Cobblers. Some of our cit- izens .are already luxuriating upon peach cobblers made from peaches of the Early Beat- rice variety. Pea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 31 May 1878

jjagyijjAJ .rev JT eAUCTTg ii.VaJtAJttfS.'Jtrr4j.JjJ' -1878. -SS pringStjIas! ia ." Farmers and Planters n n S n RILLA LOOK here: Si ELIGHT. liiiiiU tiitl P a hs m 1 r- "inprUon A n nu nrv rut? J'lMUirni't.. csntrifl JT-rtOntr ?31: l-tvelntfT armiiar ttw nuKuucrm?un I4KV. Xara-Notos. - ;Vnew disease has broV ensoul among the hogs -at ISiepstille IU. A number of hogs that dieoG the disease" hate been dis- sected ImiTthe condn-uon arm ed at is that it is a disease of the lungs a new kind of lungicver. IUsedon the average yield of land m Ti UniteU Sfatfc it would require the pro- si or four thbusand acres in com or six t ouand acres in wheat to fully load one iiriht&teanier of a carrying capacity tof )jc thousand tons. - Horse radians a plant casHygrown. dtan agreeable seasoning for meals f and is aheauhyexcilantofappet't;. Itcan nc grown from cuttinijs in any deep rich ttoiU A" few plants w ill suffice f jr a family; A reXnlent of. Los Angelas. CaL. is ntra galneringripe toraalCes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 7 June 1878

fi ESTABLISHED 1865. TublUhcd Dally oi Yccklj. ItAN'KIN a IXV1" Proprietors. Rates of Subscription: 11-b1v utin nlilblIIAlMr . $300 . ... 2 00 M'eeMj ne copy one year. IUlr of AtHcrtiihigi TrsnUnt ami Ijttil adxrrti-enicntsJnarrt-lt$l.)irr square r.ir Urat Insertion and 76 cenU ier Pquare Tor acU euboiuent Inser- tion Marng and Obituarv nolle exceeding right lines Iiallliricr. Editorial notices of a itrrlv lalness charaUcr loceuts a line each in-Ttion .AnnouuciucoU n ill b inserted at the fol- lnslucLais: State ami DUUirl others $10; (Vmutr $7.00; rmiuit W. Tim inniwy to icconijian)" the announcement in CTr in- stance. Four masked men boarded and robbed a train at Perry near Salt Lake. Fourteen cotton seed oil xnilte-are in operation and mak- ing money in New Orleans. Judgi: Brndley of die Uni- ted States court is now in Gal- veston. He is the Bradley of 8 to 7 fame. The Gonzales Enquirer says that candidates never attract notice until tliey are'advertised by the newspapers. ". The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 7 June 1878

A f Si-efifdlfcekiSSc BV RANKIN' & LEVIN. Fiudav .Tuxe 7th 1S7S. Tun Emperor William is re- covering Frornjhis injuries. The president has signed the bill forbidding:.! furtlier reduc- tion of the currency. W m -- The Senate has postponed action on the Texas Pacific rail- .road'bill -until 'next December. Postmaster General Key disclaims -any intention of get- ting outside of the Democratic P2rtI- " The coming military encamp- ment now occupies "the" entire attention of the average Hous- tonian. The Clarksviile Bdunerplaccs the name of Roger Q. Mills at the top of its mizzen mast -for governor. "v " t Stanley- Matthews asks a senatorial committee -of investi- gation. of his connection with Anderson. Tears v are entertained that Sitting Bull is getting ready to cross the. frontier and again be- gin another war. . v - ' The .repeal of the bankrupt act goes into effect-on the. 1st of SeptemberIInstead of the 1st of Janiidiy as telegraphed.- The' News says -.tialveston Arants the- T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 7 June 1878

' -y & JW ; v f t 'Local Intelligence. Hot. or; the last-two or three days the mercury-has been going up towards the nineties. Dead Hogs. Several dead hogs have been found 'onthc htreets during the past few days leatingMcoiton seed wasthV cause. Cotton. At noon on Fri-' lay there was four wagons containing sixteen bales of cot- iorf on the square. This isun- usualat this '"season of the year. Cattle Shipments. 'There has been shipped from Bren- ham from January 1st t3 May 31st; 49cars ofcatllc averaging) . Vl .- ..T. I' o 1 1 20 noau to uiu taij ui.you iicau in all. r ; Ok Friday last a concert was jivenat 'the school of Miss Edith Carltonjfin Dr. Curry's neighborhood. The' entertain- ment was well attended and passed off pleasantly. The Banner is indebted to Cadet J. V. Matson of the Tex- as Military Institute for an in- vitation to the Final Celebra- tion by -the" Calhoun Literary Socictyat Library' Hall Aus- tin June 5th. " SCIIOENAU VOLKSFEST. We learn that active preparatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 7 June 1878

" Is- 5" K W fe & I 13 fr ! ?r $ t 1" a - z&3& '0 b9 tminoilsua in this enterprise. Bros. of St. Lords contract fanners to pay them 75 cents per S for all beans delivered green in 'he hull r.p to April 3d and 65 cents per bushel tor all delivered from April 3d to May 15th and ffora-May 15th to June 1st 60 cents per bushel. Through the influence oT Her- man Fisher Esq.; wno hadccry confi- dence in 'the ability of Kucnhc &.' Bros to coraplywith tbtir conrtact many of our farmers entered into this enterprise as a matter of experiment etc. and I am satisfi- ed that if sal Kuonhc & Bros had pre- pared for and understood the handltngand shipping of beans both they and the farm- ers would hae realized handsome profits eta In the first plac-a chill house should ha e been prepared here or failing in that certain days-of cacheclv -should hae been set apart forhe gathering and deliv- ery beans and a refrigerating car icady to rcctme them as the farmers unloaded and bosed th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 June 1878

- j A ESTABLISHED 1865. BRENHAM TEXAS RIDAY JUNE 4: 1878. VOL. XIII---isrQ. 24; "mm i - . i ' . 2m - mu - lmm - nr a -ba jeer ralillflhoil Dully aoc" Weekly. -f BAXKEf & LHIf rioprlctors. lutes or SulwcrlpUom Pallr oucop)ronycnr. P" Weily ohecupj-uuejeir . .zoo lliloi or AUiertlIcs Trvulent anl Lesal ilvertJ-nenM lnert- rl v$l Bniwrequnro fr np.t Insertion &ml TjceuUiwr&iUAni furcicUsul:eiuentiii-ei JUrrilsn nil Obluiarr notice? exceeding eihlllm li-tflrico LUllorial notiivsof n lmrrlv IriisiuuaS clianicler 10 rejit a line tacit insertion Antioutioemcui will be !n.-rtdl atllie fjl- lowins: rale. fci-ue .ml uitlrict nio-i sio Omnly 87. W; rrecilict Vt -The iume lo accompany tiro announcement in cvy in- tl&uce. . The "Michigan Greenbackers Iiave nominated a full state ticket. ' THEBurnettr2ris soon to beWcvivcd by Jnmes"Kib- bec & Co. jf Bergh has succeeded in get- ting up a new excitcmentby the arrest ofa trainer who docked the tail ofa polo pony. A CORRESPONDENT ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 June 1878

IK its? - 46- C - - - - - ' ' . - J ' - - : ' . . I.'.!... r 3E3EKZS3ES !UJ..w.n..!AJ'f'Vwv:iL:ja.i.L-inpTg I h lb IV ajc L jh i i- H i- Ife Weekly .Banner: BY RANKIN & LEVIN. JpEIDATJUNE litll 1S7S. CorrespoKdents wttljjear in mind that while vc are anxious to publish'their letters contain- ing general news v;e cannot admit to"onr columns articles advocating' the claims of candi- dates. Such matter comes un- der the head of advertisements and must be-paid for at regular rates. James .Gordon" Bennett sends a telegram to a Baltimore paper saying that he will arrive in America about the first of July and if public opinion deems it just that he should sufTericgal penalties for his duel with May he is willing to submit tohe law. The Giddings'Zowe Star says in regard to Hancock's candi- dacyfor congress that Mr. Shep-ard-by.fair means has develop- ed the largest popularity and has heretofore yielded for the interest of party ariH deserves success mis time. The- military authorities o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 June 1878

imam aaaapattmijm.iMi i.i.viini uwihaj t imiglgiKggS5aaaMMiaBgBMBaBBSaBWiWB!BBKaBWai --""" '" . ' I genc9. -Too much rain is the cry now. -Hi J Fleas and candidates vie each other in activity. Watermelons are now com. ing in by the wagon load. v Fine weather for scttingvout sweet potato and tobacco plants. arge quantities of peaches continue-to be shipped daily.to tliEastern markets. The ball' at AmthorSr. King's Hall 'at' Pleasant Hill"' last night" was really a pleasant affair. " County Criminal Court. This tribunal having finished the business lof-thc term ad- journed on-Friday. . ' - ' -Rain. On Monday after- noon from three to four o'clock wc had ajvery heavy rain ac- companied by. a.light hail. Bore peddling pcachcsTare as plenty on the streets as fiddlers are popularly supposed to be in that place where itt is" "very hoti" 2J' "Silent Observer" and ""-fori. - every other man is respectfully informed that anonymous com- municatibns'go into the wastc- baskctC " Commissioners Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 June 1878

&CaSiiJgEaSfcA.t!SgSbtiwa asutgJtuxMBjaatigji i r-s 3 Tt j- DP v. Is 3 ST J- 2 finest coun. object of agriculture? vclopfroni the soil as large anneal products as possible ; in do tliis the fanner should aim to prcscn and increase frc fertility' of the soil to cul- tivate it thoroughly by the most approved mcthodsj-aad with tlie most impro cisna-. ehinery. In order to ccononure labor and cxpensc-he mast makenjudiciousstlec- tioncf the best ccds and select the finest breeds of animals. Now.in order to make these selections thanks to the enlightened age in -which we live it is notneccsary for the farmer to spend" life-tifhe H crpcri-racnting-for himself bat lie can profit from the toil and labor of other hands and oth- er brains than his? and it appears to 'me that in order to profit by the experience of other in fife least possible time farmers should orgnnhe fairs or" exhibitions and appoint certain days in the year when they should meet togchcrandbring ith them the ocstfnuts of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 June 1878

- M - ' - - W '-. i ESTABLISHED 1865. - TnblUIiOil Diily am' Vwklj. KAKEf : LEVltf l'ltiprlctors. RAtDS of Subscription: Jtallr one copyflneTeir.. . .. . WM " celly one copf mie yuar s . . .200 Jllcs or Advertising Transient ami lzal advrrti':ruenU Insert- ed at $1.50 per fquarc rarfliit insertion and TSrnliJerrtiaare for each toUUHNrueut inser- tion - . Marriaze nnd OltHuaiT notice exceeding eirfillinej b-iirnilra. Mitorlil imtice-mra purely iKiidneis character 10 cento a Hue each inOTtton - Annonnccments will l-e lnertel at the fol- loMrliur rales? Mite-nnd Motrin officer SKI; OhiiiI) $U0i llrciuct 3. The money to "company the aahonnccmeut tu ceryln- l trace. -- " Tiie latest .rumor is that Sam Basset Co. are about" to start a savintjs bank in Dallas. v. - '- " "-' Prdsident Hayes has 'al- ready received over one hun- dred and twenty-five invitations" to attend fourth of July celebra- tions. - Two men sailed from Boston to Havre iaa boat 19 feet long and 6 feet finches beam. They ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 June 1878

T Jt i V -i. S 1.9. r ii ! r t - L4- - 'i & fT - 1 Y -4 P yyff .m. BY RANKIN X: LEVIN. Eridat Juxb 21st 1S7S. The small grain crog oQBur- net county is adecided success this year. - TiiEBurnet?tfchas been revived by" James "Kibbee & Co It has a patient inside.' x "A Waco firm lias -orders for 200000 bushels of wheat. They "are buying atto ji cents per bushel and shipping at the rate of three cars per day. " R. fT. Hill retires from the Chief andJpifoposes .starting a little Indian of his own under the shadow'of thewigwa m of the "big injun. ix r The' Cbmarrc"hvC7' says ' jonn wesiey tiaram goesup for twenty-fiveyears -or a .little less than (3neyear3or each -man he has murdered. v" ft m ii' THCRojnd Rock Headlight complains" of a want xrf idver- tisfng patronage. Jt says that not more than! one-quarter 6f the busmesr houses ot uie town advertise mit - t. Gen. B.-SLrt'E. Bonneville. died recently; at Fort- Smith Ark. aged 96.' Gen. B: was the oldest officer .on the retired fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 June 1878

;-X - if LocaTIntelligeiice.' There is no demand for over- coats or blankets. V i Onlt 93 in the shade and yetsome.people say its hot. - The Banner returns thanks to Hon.D. C Giddings for congres- sional favors. Hot. Saturday was univer- sally acknowledged to hare been the hottest day of the Sea- son! . ' Watermelons 'and peaches are plenty and cbcap.iand dar- keys and-hogs are correspond- ingly happy! I. H. Bowers oT Burton is" in Gatcsville Coryell county! Heis ihavingajfine time attend- ing picnics and " sich. " Mayor's Court. Friday Mandy Lee colored talking tool freely fined ''.56 MJ trim- mings. Paid up like a man. Fine Peaches- The Banner is indebted to" Col. William TIadden for a box of very fine peaches from Mr C - W? Kfce- ien's fruit farm. ' - First Apples. 'Mrs. D. I eters of the fruit store under 3ie Central House on Friday list received he first apples of jic season. v " .Forty Kegs. On Fridayaf- ternoon just forty kegs of foam- ing lager beer left 'Zeiss'brew-. cry fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 June 1878

- H 'V ' --J - BMaWWI' II WWtl'l I'UJOl'JLlll-IMU.lXl'HI L- S . " i ;.. Lv. s1 V. v tr arc dry A nood proves is "Do not put all yourrl in one basket. In McPherson county Kan- sas-they herd cattle all sum- mcr for 20 cents a head. From the. briskness of busin- ess mong money agents- we ' fear our farmers are planting- too many' mortgages. Add to youf health by spread- ing your table with fewer dain- ties and add to your comfort by less style in wardrobe. Sait.-asparagusjjeds and in cutting cut low. iif- the ground. Two pounds of' salt . to the square yard is about enough. - "A correspondent "inquires: Onvhat-jdoes success depend ih farming?". Ans.--Patience . industrycautibn-and persever- ance. ' Weeds are the farmer's. "most inveterate enemies. 'This seas- on thcymiike 'ah "early and vi- gorous start. Resolves to .let no weed .escaped . "-. "WcarewillifigtoAvork but TJo"maiihath.hired.us"Atill con-t tmue' .to-""Te!thc' cry until the. price of production ..will justify giving' cmploy...

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