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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 April 1855

''''''''n'''w''aBWBJSSlwaeBMapaesB i 7 - K-:.' - j i : " : -- ; -v vv )lv Ml inn. NEW SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 3- SUN13U11Y. NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1855, OLD SERIES, VOL- 15. NO. 29. The Sunbury American, ru tLlsniD kVIUT lATlUDAT BY H. B. MASSEB, Market Sjuare, Sunburg,' Penna. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. fWO DOLLARS nor annum toes natd half y.nrly In ( I .' inc. X ,i paper diacoutii'ncd outil au. arrearage, are At nauioatioin ur lettera on Imslneee relating to "iito:, in.ura attention, nni.t be 1'UM iaiu TO C'LUUS. I'tiree eomta to one address. 500 r'ifteaii - Dtf 1 30 00 Kiro d illnrs in advance will pay for three jear'a eub- onnlion to the American., . H ..'.masters will please act at our Arjente, and frank l.tlwiawHH.inllli: Sulrscrinlion money, iney oiu I'v.imi' tJ to 0 j tin under Hut l'oet Office Law. TlillMS OF ADVERTISING o Snaoid of II Hues, 3 time, I'.very .uliee.iuent Insertion, Una Squme, 3 mouth., bix months, O'ls vrar, - b t:it.w Card. i( Five ib.es, l'...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 April 1855

Jforcign Arrival of the Baltic. LATER mOM EIROFE. 77! Firit of lht Fit Points Agrted Upon Cotton Advanced. The steamship Baltic left Liverpool on Sttnrday afternoon, the 24th ult., n-id reach ed New York at ono o'clock yostcdny. THE PEACE COXGBESS. The rst of tho four points, which has been unanimously agreed to by tho Vienna Coti tre tn, reads as follow s Tho abolition of tho exclu? ivc Protectorate of Russia in Moldavia aud Wallachiri, a guar nntee of tho pvivilegcs accorded to those pro vinces by th'j Sultun, and placing them under the eaarnnteo of the Five rowers. The latest despatch from Vienna, dated Friday evening, rays : "Tho Confereifee is progressing favorably. Tho second point tf as cither settlod to-day! or will be to-tnorroxv. It niu3t bo remembered that tho question of war or peace 13 not decided oftitil tt-e thud roint i3 settled." Tho Paris correspondent of tho London Times telegraphs, under date trf Friday even- irir. ns follows v-The news front icniia np pears favo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 April 1855

(Cflmnmnknteb For th American SnAMOKiH. Anril 3. 18j3. v II. B. Ma8skr, Esq., 8ir You will confer jrreat favor on the American Party by Riving the. following uotico one or two inser tiona in yonr paper. Yonr, Ac, J. J. JOHN. AMERICAN STATE CONVINTION. Phila., March 13, 1855. I In Executwk Committee, J Resolved. That the American State Execa- tive Committee of Pennsylvania, do appoint the 1'ibst Monday in May. tiie ahnivkksakt or th Martvrs op Kensimotow. mriww temblinir of an ouon American State Con vention, at Ilarrisburff, in tlw Ropreseutotiv Chamber at the Capitol, or come uun convenient building, at 11 o'clock, A. M. The toveral countiea or the state are reques ted to oloct delegates respectively, eqtml in number, to their Representatives " tbe Lfiji: kture. .... Tt ii respectfully submitted that the objects jf the convention are. the nomination ovenli )f a Canal Commissioner (unless the Canal Soard should be abolished) the election of lolegates to an open National American Con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 April 1855

I '"ft1" J.-'i baisino roiTo. -M.r:DtToa:-At the time . w panting toil esculent root, the potato, wncor u.uo. it may not be ont marki on its culture. From "Pcnence r i .... i am onv need that the of making a (rood crop.. : 1 know that , mnch depends on the weather i if it should happen to be dry til the time the potato vines nre in bloBSom and tlo : potato about forming, we cannot expect much of a crop t but if, planl lnir at a certain season, the rains are more "...;. H. nntatn.it. ulioiild be our duty !' If IU Dull ... I , , . .1.1 to endeavor to plant our potatoes at. that tim. I have, however, generally mviuv.. my time of planting into three periods ; the first, as early in tho sprinjr as it will do, sometimes by the first of April, and some times later, according as tho spring is for ward or backward. At this yliutinp, I put in nhmit nnn.fmirth of the natch. The next or middle planting, is dono about tho 2Mh of April, at which time I put in ono-hair of the whole patch ; ond the...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 April 1855

. v A I ,'! it I. 11 ,''"."?" i.'i'T m f it t" iv -T I . j .r.r.htt ua hut i f fJ. ..; tn i r? mut j ... ,..,. ' . , ' ,1; p- , n SUNDUItY. NOrwTIIUMBEIlLAND COUNTY, PA.-SATUltD AY, APIUL 21, 1855 OLD SERIES,' VOL- 15. NO.' 30. NEW SERIES VOL. 8, NO. 1- : : 1 i r r, i : "'. 1 TTT i .; : -. . Tha Sunbury American, ,!.' " urSLUBED llVSKT SATCRUAT,; ! '-. BY II. B. M ASSER, ' -' ' Market Sju, S'inbnry,-Itmitt. imSt B'i ftVj b u u a c n 1 1, ti o . TWO HT)I,T. ATtS u rniinlm b kt priid linlf nnrly in ail sitae. No p.iper itim-omu-'icJ until ald arrearages are '"aii en-nmnniontiam ur laUers on bnslnrss tHMing to lhoaioe, to insure attentinn, mint lie l'OStr I AID. TO ULUU9. Thres eoplf I to mi aildrsss, i ' ' 300 Seven II. Do I" I'" Bsml,ItaT in nib-mien will fur tlirre year's sub- suriptlnn to the Amcricao. Ptmatora will plwwt -t n -out Aeents, anil frank tellers eontsiiiing subscription iiitvney. 'l'l.i-y ore permu ted 10 aj tins nuJur thel'ust Oflii-c Law TERMS OF A B V F.RTI91 .M, On...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 April 1855

(From Iks Wabash Ohmh-Kim, AWFCL DISCOVERT. A WHOUI fAMILT MCBDKSKD. Yesterday evening, about dork, s report reached town that a whale family were dis covered burled apder tbe floor of the cabin which had been occupied by tlie Hubbards, who are now in Jail charged with tbe murder of Hoylos. The awful news 'spread rapidly over town, and In half an hour or loss, ths Coroner, wit h jury, and some thirty or forty citizons started for the place. We Immedt ntclv set about flndintr the troth of the story, nnd'are Indobted to Mr. Jsmcs Wilson for what follows Yesterday (Tuesday) morn ing, Mr. Wilson and M. I. Thomas, Consta ble, provided with a warrant, started down Ihe canal to arrest the wife of Hubbard, late developments rendering it highly probable that be was accomplice in the murder of Boylcs. They proceeded to Mr. Gardiner's works, five miles west of town, where they found tho woman and arrested her. . Mr. Lovcland sug gested to Mr.-Wilson that suspicions were en tertained that the H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 April 1855

SUiNBURY TRICE CURRENT Wniit. Rn. t S10 110 so 63 90 55 10 !. IS Cons. . .f I OiTS. a . PoTATOI, , a, Biiiwii HacKtia Flat . BoTTm. Boot. New Advertisements. CHURCH DEDICATION. The German Reformed CJburch in. Sun bory will bo dedisated to Almighty God, on Sunday, the 29th day of. Apl inst., (it 10 s'clock, A. M. A number of Ministers from l distance are expected to be present. The public generally are most respectfully invited to attend. Frkd'k. Haas, ' ' Jacob S asdolt( ' . - JE0. O. AV!.KER, .--- -.. Lrvi Seashoits, , " . Martin (Jabs, Prancis Buchkr, Valenhnb 1)iktz, Committee Sunbury, April M, 1355. . . jfEW spring millinery ,AND FANCY GOODS. !ISS JANE FINNEY respectfully in. forms her friends and customers goner illy, that she has just received a lot of New Millinery and Fancy Goods, such as Bonnets, Jollars.'Ribons, Ac, of the latest style and latteros, which she will sell at the lowest irices. Sunbury, April 14, 1855. tf. Boarding! Boarding! M,R.'.; WHARTON can accommodate 8 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 April 1855

-.,.-,-.... .1 i.. ptif the Bnnhnry AiTCoeift Lime wticn projirrly tippled to our fields h a- renovntor is second only to' ftnblo ma nure, bnt It must, be applied with jiictf'rtiptit, us it decomposes animal mid decayed vcjreU blonmt tor, mid brinfr it into inunrtlinta bot vice in the prrotvth of the crop, otherwise tho dry vegetable matter would l.y dormant until a larjre portion of it fcrtilisiiifc qnnlilits would' ba evanoraUJ 1T tho uction cf tho nt- hiospliore. Liuie oIpo absorbs and draws moistmo, ond eutori itsolf into tlis compooi. lion of tlio plant, the n?li of turnips and potiv toi's ronrtninrroin 30 to 40. per rent, of lime, corn 20, mid vhent 15. It must net upon mitt tor, nnd if tho soil to wfcioh it '.i Applied is destitute of composnblo matter, then It enn iiut beinitit the crop for the time boinjr. Let uo one nay he it too poor to limo nnd improve liisfiiriii, for if lm conlinuna to ndliern to his oltl prnctico nl i-ohiniig tlio noliis or nil its fertilizing (puilit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 April 1855

Li "S,V II Sltll 011X11 (Ml NEW SERIES, YOL. 8, NO. 5- SUNBURN NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, P A, S ATURD AY, APRIL 28, 1855. OLD SERIES, YOL ft. NO. 31. The Sunbury American rclLUBID IVKBT I1TCR0AT BY H. B. MASSES, M irlet Square, Sunbury, Tenno TKRUS OP SUBSCRIPTION. fVU HOLLARS n.raiuiam 10 k. Mid hW ynth in lrin. No p.ier dncontirn.4 irtilu-inetni r "a' HTim.inlwition. or lettert on tmelrteM relating to ik. j:fac, n mam mention, mu.t m POST rAiu ' TO CLUB9.. TV, copie.to on. sddren, h. n. Do 10 w F.V..I..I1.C. In .dvnc. will psy for three . ub- tcripllnn t" the nw P M1,nir. will plesieset one Aj. nil, nil: fr" Uic.ra aunuiniiw sul-crintion money. They are perron- ifcl I j dj thi. under Hie Fort Orbee Law. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ol. ",auai. of U Hum, Mme, ETet sub.ocio.cnt insertion, vui Squnr., 3 mouths, Sll IDOIIthl, '".'inlt. C.rd. o( Five ", PCT nn;""' Mor.hmil. .nd oilier.. 'ivert,i"'.!l!, re.r, with the privilege of inserting different idverti.em.nt. weniy. l..riei A li-erti.ement....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 April 1855

Jfo reign ftcto Arrival of the Nashville. tATli R f HOM Ft KPK. Saniuliiarj Fight Ufnre Scbastopol He pulse of the French Russian Reinforce ments Adjournment of the Peace Congress Prospects of Peace ' D creasing. N'r.w York. ADril 22. The steamship N'aslrt ille, chartered by the Collins Company, m plnco of the Pacific, arrived at noon to-day, Ininxinfr dates from Liverpool and Loudon to the th imt. - 1 7 , ' On the seeonJ d.-iy from New York, on the outward passu? of the Nashville, Mrs. Rose Riley, one of the passengers, suddenly disnp puared, and it was supposed she had thrown herself overboard. " ' Political afluira throughout Europe remain unaltered. THE PEACH CONFERENCE. The Vienna Conference having udjotinied till tho Oth to await the. Russian ultimatum mid the arrival of the French nnd Turkish Ministers of Foreign Affair ut Vicuna, there is no news from that point. , . The consideration of the third point -would he tho first subject before Ihe Conference.' Public opinion seems...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 April 1855

RCrORTET DEATH OF OMAll FASIIA. LitkbvooIh April 73 P.M. In cose your telegraphic reporter In Liverpool should not have sent yon any intelligence to the ."latest moment," I writ you these few hasty lines to inform you that on the receipt of Canro bert's despatch, annonnoinpt ft sortie of the Russians, by which they lost 2,000 men and the French some 600, Paris was full of ru mors to the cfl'ect that the French govern meat had roceived some very important de. spatchi's; which were kept back until the opportune moment for publiHhing them should arrive. ' - G rent diversity of opinion prevailed to thoir tenor, some thinking them favora ble to the allies, and others contrary. At 2 O'clock this afternoon agitation prevailed here, In consequence of a London private despatch, the defeat tf the Russians with a lost of R AAA .. t . m A . men, ana xne aeatn or. umar rosiia. Whether true or not, I cannot toll, but I doubt Omar Fus'aa being killed. i ; .. i . , .. . - The altentiort 'of our fen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 April 1855

farmer's (parlmcnt NfcYV HHSriTtTE FORTH POTATO;. TrnaJfttoJ from the Rervt Hortieole. Fan is, Dec. 1854, by II. Meig. Esq., Secretary of the Farmer's Club. N. Y. Dioacof:' Batatas. (Igname of China.) New observations relative to it. We live at a tiino when it ia not necessary to itrngtrlo forever against popular prejudice at to a new and useful thinp in agriculture. If tome rtsistauce is experienced in ourcouu try population, yet enlightened mon are now numerous enough everywhere to encourage a new and nseful plant. The groat amelioration in our State by the use of the most perfect types of a race, bor rowed from our neighbors and elsewhere, are incontestible proofs in advance. Culture, drainage, 4c, are so many happy reforms in our domestic affairs, and in our comforts and manners. We do not flatter ourselves with making popular at the first onset, the Igname of Chi na ; but we do hope that its introduction to general liso will not be opposed, as the pota- was tor nearly two hundr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 May 1855

a ' ' H T- H . ; '1 W 10' NEW SERIES, VOL. 8, The Sunbury American, rCSLISBIO BV1BT iATVDir 1 BY H. B. MASSEB, Market Square, Sunbtiry, Penna. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS per nnnum to be paid half yearly hi alvauee. No paper discontinued until tu arrearage! are paid. AM communication! or letter! on bnslnesi relating to the oatee, lu iniara attention, muat be POST PAID. . ; TO CLUBS. Three copiea to one address, 1500 ven V Do 10 00 Fifteen Do Do 80 00 Five dollara in advance will pay for three year'a sub scription to the American. Poatmailera will plenie act aa our Agent!, and frank Tiiteri containing ksbsrription money. They are permit ted to do thia under tne Poet OfUce Law. TERMS OP ADVERTISING. )eeSeuaieofl4 llnei, 3 thnea, , F.reiy subsequent insertion, Une Square, 3 months, Six mouthi, One year, PnemeM Card! of Five lines, per annnm, Merchants and other!, advertising by the year, with the privilege of inserting .iiffnrent advertisements weekly. 1ST Larger Advertisements,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 May 1855

ftkcKrri or aov. rkkdkr. Eastok, Ph. Aprfl 80. The Hon. A. H. Boeder, Oo0. f Kansas, arrived tier today from tho West, nd met a Terr enthusiastic reception from hl friendi and nelgbl org. He reached Fbil Hp9bnrg at noon, and waa there mot and es cortod to the Conrt bouse square, in Easton, by a large concoorie of citizen of all parties, accompanied by the Easton Band. On ro ving at the Court llonse, Governor Recder was welcomed by the citisens with weeny cheers, and a formal welcome then extended to him, in an elotmont and improve speech, bytheillon. J. M. Porter, who comp"c,n; td Got. Boeder on the manly and courageons, ai well as able manner, in which he had 1 dis charged the duties of his difficult and respon sible office. He went into a hasty r the growth and progress of the slave qnestion, attributing fts dangerous and threat lining character at the present time to the fanatical abolitionista of the North, but ad mitting also that slavery men had In their turn become as fanatic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 May 1855

Hollowfty'i PUU certain Remedy for In. digestion and lirer complaint. Maria Arm. trong (J7), of Edgartown, New Jersey, suf fered more than most people from indigestion, accompanied by liver complaint several very clever medical men told ber she was in con. mmption, and her friends despaired of her "'ooffiit'ft' M - hd tried everything they 'ast i')61' t0 her, without success. WckhJ1 tried Holloway'i Pills which tie 0 y assimulated with the blood, removed ii -i moxious matter and thoronghlycleansed i -u renovated the system. The result is, Jhat she was perfectly cured, and now enjoys t ho best of health. These Pills are also a certain cure for all diseases of the stomach and bowels. ' MARRIAGES." On the 2Gth Inst., by the Rev. A. Prior, Chief Engineer James W. Kino, U. S. N., to Clara A;, nldest; daughter of the lion. C. M. Straub, of Pottsvii'.s, Pa. DEATHS. In this borough, on Friday, the 20th inst Mrs. NANCY McMARROW, wife of Mr. Andrew McMarrow, aged about 74ear. In Little Mahano...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 May 1855

avsBVRY American i AIiSI ANAGFOH 1 855. 19 W SI M vi iU IM S7 H it I'"". . , 1 .1 l . 9.1 3 a 10 11 13 13 17 18 111!) '31 liO 94:87 31 1 2 .1 7 8 9' 10 Hi 151 1017 8l! S3 24 88. SO 3U 1 S 7 8 19 ' IS! 14 15 in o:si ss I I I farmer's grplnml rtU'lT TREES. ' All ftgrce, savs ft leadinfr cultivator of fruit In Massachusetts, that tbo proper ontl only judicious method of preparing the soil for fruit trees, is, by sub-soiling r trenching tho earth to tho dfiplll of eighteen inches or lira feet, and that, during the process, the upper and lower soils, together with the up. propriate manure, should be thoroughly incor porated j the cultivator who is not willing to take these prolimiurtvy measures, had better abandon the project of raising fruit trees, aud save both his time and money. Downing states that tho best compost for fruit trees is pent and ashes ; five bushels of fresh, or ten bushels of leached ashes and a wagon load of peat, containing lime, and pot ash, aud phosphates. Lot this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 May 1855

t t I NEW SERIES, YOL. 8, NO. 7- SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1855. OLD SERIES, YOL- 15. NO 33. - r t , -. ....... , , - The Sunbury American, rDltUBID m ATUDT BY H. B. MA8SEB, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TERMS Of SUBSCRIPTION. T0 DOLLARS per minm to be paid hnir yearly in ijraiice. No paper 4iKOtired until all arrearage are All enmmunimitlmi. n uh am i.--; ...i.. ..... ... , Ital ... . . a - -v, w inmh' i t(!iiiii?nt rn'i.i dq rust r Ails TO CLUII8. ' nre eopie to on address, S500 D Do tn (if) fifteen Do ' Do ' SO 00 r iv dollar, in advanc will par for three yeai'a .ub. :iiption to the American. 1'j.tma.ler will pleawaet a oar Agent., and frnnk --.icr. containing aunacription money, i ney are permu ted to d- thia under the Poat Office Low. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, "nc Sna.i of 14 line, 3 timet, ' - l-.very auuiequent inaertion, ; Oie Squar, 3 month., 8i roontha, One year, ' . . ' . Ku.ineia Carde of Tive linea, per annum, Mciehent. and other., ariverti.in b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 May 1855

Jorttgn ftrlus. Arrival of the Atlantic. LATER FROM KUROPB THE VIENNACONFERENCE ENDED. The Allied Demand Rejected hi) Russia Bombardment of Sebattopol. 6a!dv JIoor, May 4. The ste mhlp At- Untie. Cart. We8t- 1M PMeed, ""V 1?er way up to tbe city, where fhe will arrive about 1 o'clock, dho brings Liverpool dates to the 21tt nit. The newt it highly Important. The Emperor and Empress of Franco Lave teen in Enirland for a week. The Vienna Conference has broken up, Russia has refused the domands of the Allied rowers. Only twelve sessions of the Confer ence were held. There are strong Indications that Austria will refuse to net ngninst Uucsia. Lord John Rnsseland M. Drouinde l'lliiys have loft Vienna. The bombardment of Sebastopol by the Allies, with five hundred guns, commenced on the 9th ult., and continued incessantly up to the 15th. England assents to Louis Napoleon's tak- ing commnud of the allied army in the Crimea. This is considered doubtful' f.t ...... a oe conierence are in thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 May 1855

A ORCAtllAFLOP Fibh.Om honored and Efty thousand fish, or the first quality of her ring and shad, were tcken on the 24th alt, lit the fishery or Mr. Charles W. Miion, on Albermale bound. The nnmberwas so great Hint four hanls had to be made with small reines of 25,000 each, before the largo soine could be landed on the . shore. W are 1 leased to learn, that notwithstanding the backward season, the present indications are that it will be a successful one, and thui all the fisheries are doing a good business, with the prospect of an unusually large quantity being packed. Nt,tfolk Deacon. The Fisheries, on the Potomac river, have been very productive, recently, and extraor dinary hanls are made. At Alexandria on Wednesday, shad were sailing at from 97 to 87.50 a hundred, and herring at $9,25 a 1 nonsand. 1 lie prices weresouiewnat Dignor at Ueorgctown. A CorNCtu.oR.4T-tAW was fined $2 and costs on Wednesday, by the Police Court, for smoking a segar in the streets of Boston. Ilolloway's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 May 1855

BUCKWHEAT. few crops can bo turned to better account, on ft poor, light, gravelly soil, than bock wheat. It possesses ft chemical action on the oil, by vjhich the coarser particles re disin tegrated, or rendered finer, and the soil is thereby improved. Pure icnoriranic earth- that is. Birth unmixed with animal cr Tnjrc. table matter is produced by the disintegra tion, or pulverising of rock. Silex, or sand, is the oxide, or rust of siliciutn $ or, to take it mow familiar, it is pulverised quart?.. Ulny is orodnced by the aocomvoiition of feldspar. Now all the quartz and feldspar in tho world, while existing in the form rock, will not croouce a blade of trass t it is only when cto composed, or pulverised j and the finer the pnrtic'.es. the better the soil. . If ft soil, then, is course, the object of the larmer should be to pulverise it, which enn onlv be done bv some chemical amplication. or the growing of some crop which has that chemical power. Buckwheat, by a process yet undiscov...

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