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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 23 May 1854

VOL. II. iLOUDON,; TENNESSEE, MAY 23, 1854, NO. 26. I rCBLISHED WEEKLY BT JffO. "W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEN. 0e Cedar Street, Eaet of the Public Square TERMS: Two Dollars in advance; Two Dot lies asd Fiftt Cexts in tit months; Thkce Dol lars at tlie expiration of tbe your. A d tk UTia e m knts inserted at $1 per eqn.tre for the first, and 0 cents fur each subsequent insertion. YEARLY RATES. Professional Cards, (Eve line?,) $ 5 , " . " (more than five lines,)..... 10 Quarter of column...,-... ' 1SJ Half column ...... ' 37J One column. . 75 . Announcing candidates, (advanee,).. - $3 JAddrcM tlie Tublishers, Pout-Paid. LOUDON : TUESDAY, MAY 23 From Cincinnati Price-Current. THE SMALL NOIL. LAW The Legislature of Ohio bs passed a small note law, which prohibits the circulation within the State, of the paper of foreign banks, of all denominations less than ten dollars. The law, we presume, like many others, now upon our statute Books, will prove a dead letter. Had we a currency of our own...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 23 May 1854

HY J. V. fctf.II. O'BRIEN. LOUDON: T TJISDAY t : : : : : : MAY 23, 1854 EAST TENNESSEE k GA. RAILROAD. f The following paragraph is from the Abing don Virginian of last Saturday, written to that paper by the Editor after traveling on the road from Athens to Dalton: . . . This is Monday, and, to test the truth . of the universal opinion that the E. T. k Ga. is the best railroad in the United States, I jumped up on the cars this morning, and in a few hours found myself "away down South in the State of Oeorgia, ' in the aidst of pineapples and par rots, ana otuer trophical irmts, fiowers and birds. This railroad is all, and more than has been said of it. It is the old Iliwassce road, graded 15 or 18 years ago, and its name has ner- liaps been changed in consequence of the bad repute of the script of that name a few years back. Talk about your Baltimore and Ohio, your Central, or Richmond and Potomac, your .Danville or houthside roads I Here is a road that is a road. Asa friend in the c...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 23 May 1854

o O O ID LOUDON: Tuesday :: ::::::::::: jr. May S3,"i83t SAVANNAH MARKET. May 19. Flovr. The demand during the week Las been limited, YPehear of sales of Georgia brands, at $8 $8:0 $ LbU . ' CiTrh. Fricesre a shade lower. We quote at wholesale S5c.(2$l, and in lots at $1.05 $ 1 . 1 0 bushel. - The demand is fair. OaU We have heard"bf no large sales. We quote at 63(a 70c. buhsel, according to quan tity and qualitj. . Mula-vse. Cuba is selling in large lots at 22 cents. lt is selling from store at 23(a 24c The market is well supplied with .New Orleans, which is selling at 23 cents fi gallon. Hait. We" quote Eastern from wharf $1.55, and Northern nt $1.37?; it is selling from store nt $1.7-5 for the former, and $1.50 hundred pounds for the latter. . ,St:U. There have been no arrivals since our last. Wc quote from store in large lots, at $1 20 $1 25 rtf stick. - Exchange. We quote Sterling at $SJSJ ct. prcm. UOMESTic.Mhe JJanks am selling Sight Checks on all Northern Cities at 1-2 f fVn...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 23 May 1854

From Ohio Farmer THERE IS MUSIC IX ALL THINGS. Titre ia music in the birds, Thtr i music in the flowers, There is music in the trees, . And in tbe leaf bowers, There is music iu thn brooks, There is music in the rills, There is music in the plain, As it echoes from the hills. There is music on the land, There is misic in the seas, There is music in the wild wind, And in the milder breeze; There is music in the sunshine, la which the zephyrs plajr, And in the tinj gossamers, That dance in Sol's bright rajs. There is music on the earth, There is music in the sky, There is music in exalted things, And things that lowly lie; There is music in the evening, An? in the morn we hear . Music, lovely music, To every listening ear. Who sends us such sweet music To our enraptured ear? Is it Xh voice of Nature That sends such music rare? With the voice of nature We'll ag to Nature's God, r For all things show his gooduess, And sound his praise abroad: AGRICULTURAL. HOW TO PREVENT BIRDS FROM PULL...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 30 May 1854

o ie ' ' amm " o Do a VOL. II. PUBLISHED WEEKLT BT JNO. W. & SAM 'L B. O'BRIEH". VJfue t Cedar Street, Eat of tie Public Square . - TERMSitTwo Dollars in advance; Two Dol lars and Fiftt Cexts in fix mouths; Turee Dol lars at the expiration of the year. Adveiitixeubxts inserted at $1 per square for the first, and SO cents for each subsequent insertion. YEARLY RATES. Professional Cards, (five lines,) $ i m " " (more than five lines,)..... 10 Quarter of column SJ Half column 37 j One column 75 Announcing candidates, (advance,) $3 2M-Address the Publishers, Poit-Paid. LOUDON : TUESDAY, MAY 30 NEBRASKA BILL. The fate of the Nebraska bill is still uncer tain, in the IIou.se, and, like all other humbugs, it id creating a stir, ia an inverse ratio to its val ue. The passage of a dozen such bills, will not make slave territory ot either Nebraska or Kansas, nor is there a single feature iu the bill that promises, in the remotest degree, to quiet the slavery agitation. The passage of the a...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 30 May 1854

4m I - 1BY J. W. & Sk B O'BRIEN. Loud o n t TUESDAY MAT 50, 1854. fhe Election We will not attempt to give the official vote ihis week, but await more complete returns. From what we have at hand we come to the folks wing conclusions: For State Reporter, Sneed and Cooper are ahead some claiming th e election of one, and some the other jwe think that Sneed is elected. For Chancellor in 1st. district the result seems to be uncertain. Mr. Van Dyke is elected in this (the 5th.) For Cir cuit Judge, Mr. Alexander, 2d; Mr. Gaut, 3d; and we think, Mr. Hjnds, 12th district are elec ted. For Attorney General, Mr. McAdoo, 2d, and Mr. Bridges, 3d, Circuit are elected official vote op roane county. For Supreme Judges-. Eastern D. McKinny, 4S0j Middle D. Ca rnthera, 485; Western D. Totten, 481; . For Reporter. Cooper, 223, Sneed, 177; Campbell, GO; Bell) 2 3; Picket, 4. For Chancellor 5th. Division. Van Dyke, 30G) Turney, 180; Minnis, 27. For Judges 2d. Circuit Alexander, 452 For Attorney Gene...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 30 May 1854

LOUDON Vesday ::: t :::::: i : : : , : May 30f t854 From Cincinnati Price Current. Metal MarVet. . . . . . J iw Voric, j4ay i&. more freely offered at drooping prices, but w not In very brisk demaud. The week's sales include 6niall lots new sheatinj fend yellow Metal at quoted rates: 15,000 lbs American Inprot (Bergen Port Copper Cx) at 31Jc, 4 mos; 2000 tts heavy old at 27jc; cash'; fcnd, by auction, 100 cases damaged English at 21c, cash, fi lb. I quote, 3razier3...-. . .v.: . . PER LB'. ...35 ..33 " ...29 ..29 ..2C 27 ..2G Bolts...-..-. tJhili Fiz lew cheating, TJld do Vellow Liverpool, May 2. In the Copper trade, there has been very lit YiC, if any alteration since rny last. The ten dency is, however, rather downward; and the fcamo will apply to tin, of which there is no scarcity. The manufactures during the week bave been rather actively engaged-. Birmingham, May 2. In the Copper Trade there has been very little business transacted during the past week; stocks are rather he...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 30 May 1854

LONG AGO. BT OEORGE P. MOBRI4. 2kTar the banks of that lone river, Where the water lilies grow, Breathed the farest flower that ever Bloomed and faded years ago! How we met and loved and parted, Nono on earth can never kuow Nor how pure and gentle hearted Beamed the mourned otic years ago! Like the stream with lilies laden, Will life's future current flow, Till in heaven I meet the maiden Fondly cherished years ago; Hearts that love like miue forget not; They're the same in weal and woe; And that star of memory set not In the grave of years ago. AGRICULTURAL. THE PRICE OF WOOL. There is in the couutry a larger clip of wool than we have had any previous year, and of a Letter quality, and everything relative to its value is, at this time, interesting to farmers. Th clip would have been much larger even than it is, had not the price of mutton all over the country been so high, which has put the heads of many thousands of fine sheep to the block. To-day, at the prices mutton will bring,...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 13 June 1854

V 0 .-' o YOL. II. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, JUNE 13, 1854 NO.' 28. J j o 0 i v. l c- Jr.: o o o l : ri BLISHI I) WSKKI.V BT Y7. & SASTL B. O'BRIEN. OJb-i Cedir Street, Lit vf the Pnblic Square TERM.': Two Dollars in adnee: Two Dol i.Ans A.sn Finr C:sts in ms mon hs, Th-;i:e Dol lar at tlie expiration of the yeitr" Ant KiiTi.iKMKXTf inserted at $1 per failure for the first, and 30 cents for eneh mbsenucnt insertion. TKAttLY HATES. Professional Cards, (five linei.) S 5 " (more lhan live lines,) 1B Quarter of column Ijjl Half column One column Announcing candidates (advance,) $3 ;5?ay-Address the Publishers. Pt - Pn i it. LOUDON : TUESDAY. JUNE n. From Asheville ";; tutor STOP Till: ML'ilDLU'iU'S! Mr. Editor: With the view of effecting an arrest, if possible, of the perpetrators of an awful rewrJer, I proeeed to hy kefs-lfoiy- tlte public through your paper. Two men, James Shclton and Tilman Landers, of Laural, in the Cjmity of.M t lis mi, X. 0. on the ITih inst., waylaid the rid and ass...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 13 June 1854

o ' State f m Hrfss. BY J. IV. & S. B. O'BRIEN. LOUD O N : TUESDAY Sad Accident One Man Killed. The scaffold upon which seven men were raising some of the trussel-work, or eupetstuc tore the railroad bridge at this place, fell down on the 7th inst. The scaffold was 55 feet high and was drawn off balance, by the foundation giving way while the hands were ir the act of raising a trnssel. Orville Branhara discovered the scaffold giving way, ran and jumped and got on the abutment, tinhnrt; John Lewis attempted to do so but failed fell on the tand; his feet were slightly cut ankles consid erably strained, but not otherwise hurt. The other fire, Mr. D. C. Ilunt; Martin Wolfe, Jtlobt. P. White,John Joiner, and Tho. C. Trav is, were carried with the scaffold, perhaps 60 feet from top ot abutment, to the edge of the river, and struck the ground among the tim bers of the scaffold. It was certainly a heart rending scene, and seems that nothing but Providence preserved the lives of those wh...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 13 June 1854

IOUDON; Tuesday :::t;:::;:;;;; :; Jone 13, 1851 Commercial Correspondence of the Free Press. MACON MARKETS-Jvne, 10. Editors "Loudon Fret Press:" . Our market closed firm, with heavy sale of Grain aud Flour, Bacon dull, fctocks on hand light. BACON, IIo round, 77J; Clear sides 8 (81; LARD, stocks liiiht, demand pooU, 10; CORN, 9095c; PEAS, stocks light good demand, $l$l:20q OATS, fair demand 53 60c; MEAL? scarce, 90ca;$l; FLOUR, fair ar ticle, ready sale, 7:507:75; FEATHERS, fair demand, ?.740e; FROIT, dried Peaches Eeelcd, $22:25? APPLES, peeled, f.5.80c; AY, pood article, $1:50(3$1:75; TOBACCO, Kentucky, 11 1 6c; BUTTER, pood article, 1618; SUGARS, New Orleans. C.7I; COF FEE, Rio, firm, 12(rt;l3; MOLASSES, per hhd, 2S,:,,0c; NAILS, per kej, 5J,G; EX CHANGE, on New York, i. Yours respectfully, ALLEN A DUNLAP, Commissiou Merchants, Macon, Ga. CHARLESTON MA RKET. June 9 Corn. Western, sacks included, 92c. New York measurement, 8:c. Flour. Barrels, $3 to $7!; Sacks, $lj to LOUDON, Jun...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 13 June 1854

fmftoii $xtt lrrs5. AORICTTl.TITE.AL. Jite of I'-. We are not of that class who derm it wronjr topossea, cuhivwU-, and enjoy, a jKrrtiori of the earth which infinite Goodness has given us. We hold to the absolute sovereignty- of tlie in dividual, to a reasonable extent; and consequent ly maintain, that, as a condition of that individ ual sovereignty, each one lias a rijrht hj honest ir.canx to acquire, and Ly an inalienable title to possess a farm, lare enough to alTiH-d for him self and his family a comfortable support. These facts seem to be generally, though per. liaps vaguely, recogniaed, by people all over the world; and, acting upon the principles: all are seeking, in one way and another, to ob tain a spot of land that they can call their own. This is well. In this desire of possession we may see that which serves to stimulate enter prize, industry, and numberless social virtues thus contributing, beyond all calculation, to the public good. AcquisiliccHess, then, ns oar philos...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 June 1854

o 1 el VOL. II. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, JUNE 21, 1854. NO. 29. o o D Pl.BMSnui) WEKKLY BT JITO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEff. - Vir on Cedar Street, Eat of the Pftllic Square TERM.: Two Dollars "in advance; Two Pol iaks Anj Fiftv Cents in six months; Tiireh Dol lars at the expiration of the year. AiiVEieri.-iKMKNTS inserted at $1 per square for tho Hrt, and iO cents for each fubsequent insertion. YEARLY KATKS., Professional Cards, (five lines,) $ 5 " " (more than live lines,) 10 Quarter of column 18J Half column 37J One column . 75 Announcing candidate?, (advance,) $3 ;i9Address the Publishers. Pott-Paid. . - ... I .LOUDON: TUESDAY, ::::::::::::::::: JUNE 21. Caution The Nashville Union says: "Wo learn that the Hank of Tennessee is about replacing her present bank-note plates with new ones, and that it has just been discovered that blank ten dollar notes to the amount of $40,000 were sto len from the box in which they were lvan;nit ted to this place. Tho bank discovered the loss yesterday ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 June 1854

J. BY J. W. A S. B. O'BRIEV. LOUD O N : WEDNESDAY : : : : : JUNE 22, 1854. ATLANTIC, TENNESSEE AND OHIO RAILROAD. This road was Chartered by the legislature of Tennessee oa the 25th February 1851; and mq are- pleased to see that the people of upper East Tennessee, and in fact all along the line from Charleston, S. C. via Charlotte, and MorgaEton, N. C. to the Ohio river feel a deep interest in its completion at an early day. Jommissioner3 have been appointed to open Books in the Counties of Johnson, Carter, Wash ington, Greene and Sullivan, in this State; and at Charleston, S. C. It is also recommend ed that the Governors of North Carolina and Kentucky respectively appoint Commissioners in all the Counties through which this great thoroughfare will pees. Books will be open twenty days from first week in July. tSF" On the 7th iust, at Emory and Henry College, degrees were conferred on thirteen young men. G. W. W. M. Sims of Standard Title, Va, received the Robertson Prize Medal. I We...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 June 1854

LOUDON: Wednesday ::::::::::::;: Juue 22, issi NOTICE. All who Lave subscribed Money to pay for building the Methodist Church iu Loudon will please hand over to me soon, twice the amount subscribed, as we are building three times as good a House as was contemplated when you subscribed. C. Godbt. Commercial Correspondence of the Free Press. MACON MARKETS Jane, 17. ' Editors "Loudon Free Press:" .- Our market closes firm with stocks of Bacon, Lard, Corn and Flour light, arrivals for the past week limited. BACON, Hog round, 77; Clear sides 8 '8; LARD, stocks light, 9i10; CORN, stocks light, heavy demand, 90c$lj- PEAS, stocks light, sales, at $l:35(,$l:40c; OATS, stocks light, sales at 55G0c; MEAL, scarce, demand good 90c$l; FLOUR, stocks light, Tennessee brands, 7:50$7:75; FEATHERS, scarce, 3740c; FRUIT, dried Peaches peel ed, $22:25-, APPLES, peeled, 7580c; HAY, good articlef"$l:50$l:75; TOBACCO, Kentucky, tll16c; BUTTER, goo3 article, I5lCc; SUGARS, New Orleans, 7i;COF FEE, Rio, firm...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 June 1854

AGRICULTURAL. VEGETABLE PHYSIOLOGY. BT CBS. BIEKCE, OF AKBOX, Did you ver, in the heyday of scaoolboj dom, whirl in a circl oompoed of alternate striped pants and shilling calico, as they danc ed around some mimic bachelor standing ia th centre cogitating which, of all th prstty faces smiling on him, he should select aa ai partner and sing, "Nor you, nor I, and no one knows?" How oats, peas, beans, or barley grow?'' Well ! those were days of happy ignorance, In which the laboratory of our existence was the heart; and blue eyes and ruby lipg were the only chemical agents with which we were acquainted. We did not know ''how oats, peat, and barley grow" nor did we care; the matter of fact we knew, that peas and beaus make red cheeks, and cotton, and flax made "shilling cal ico;"' and "homespun" articles, iu those sunny days of bean porridge and short-gowns, wero most enrapturing to our eyes. But those happy days are gone never, I fear, to return. Should an artless admirer of olden time...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 5 July 1854

V JL -.".-"y VOL. II. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, JULY 5, 1854.: NO. 31; "MIL II IJLI ill I IL o rrnLisni:i WtKKLV Br JNO. W. & SAH'L B. O BEIEN-. e Office on Cedar Sircit, F.ot of the I'uUic Squnre j TERM.': Two Doli.ams in advance: Two Pol laus asp Fiftv Ccxts in f moii hs Thiiek Don LAits at the expiration of the j our. Advertisements inserted ill $ 1 per square for the first, and 50 cents for each eubsequcut insertion. VE All LT KATES. Professional Cards, (five lines.) " " (more than five line.'.)... Quarter of colmun " Ialf column One column Announcing candidates, ( ad vance, ) yirAMreip the riililinhor. 'of - fa t it. $ 5 10 18J ."7 J 75 $3 LOUDON : WEDNESDAY.::::::::::: JULYS. Alabama Cotton Crop. "We have a letter before us from Cedar Bluff, Ala., dated, the J7ih- uli-r bi which the wf'tt r says, speaking, of the growing crops in thntsec tion: Our farming prospects for t lie year are riot very encouraging. 'l'x much rain till the i)th of March, made preparation of land for planti...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 5 July 1854

A '.. "r-Hu,.,?' a' a C : JSoulrott few Hrf55: BY J. W. & S. B. O'BRIEN. LOUD O N WEDNESDAY JULY 5, 1854. Tna Fourtti. Another Anniversary of American Independ , erne has just past; but the patriotic Kbertylov ing citizens of Loudon and vicinity, did not let it pass unobserved. Ere the Sun lifted its bright rajs, above the horizon the Cannon was heard to boonf," and our citizens were aroused from their sTumbers by its thunder tones, re minding them of the scenes of Lexington and Concord of the fierce collission of contending "hosts upon tha battle fields of Bunker H.i!l and York Town. The 'Loudon Union Sabbath School," in con Eection with the Sons of Temperance and citi zens generally met in the C. P. Church, where appropriate addresses were delivered by, ' A. II. Hurley Esq, and Rev. C. Godby; after which they preceded to the grove, to feast upon the "good things' of life, prepared by the Ladies of London and vicinity. We venture to say that no one who partook of the repast cou...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 5 July 1854

LOTJDQN; Wednesday: July . 1851 NOTICE. All who have subscribed Money to pay for building the Methodist Church in - Loudon will please hand over to me soon, twice the amount subscribe, as we are building three times as good a House as was contemplated when you subscribed. C. Godby. LUUDUN I'ltODUCli MAKKIiT. APPLES: (Rolled, 3jS Green, bushel,75100!Hoop 6($7 Dried, pealed 75(ailOo'Nail i(7 unpealed....2.r(i30 Pig Metal. ton,20(5,00 JJUTTEU.TS n...10((,l2Ji KKUUi: Apple Iutter.fgal50ri75! p bbl. ...$34 .5075 BACON, ft lb 67 bushel BEANS: White, bushel, 6075 JiUod do 40(i45 ...- BEEF: ffodor.tt 3 (2) 5 Fcra&..r. Sifcii 3 ARD. B 1K.7.... 8 9 LUMBER, ....25(0,30 Fence its, each, 10ft 12 NAILS: Cut,...fcl W 7ft Si Wrought, do 12Jft0t) POTATOES: Irish, r bushel,....50(o)60 nim,Wed. lb 7ft 8 Should.- do ...3$(&4 2S&WAX, V ft 20G125 j Early seed, do 50ft 00 JLOYEKSEED: wcet do.......35ft50 PORK, ft 4J($5 PEACHES: fushel $9 00(3,00 CORN MEAT. bushel.... 6570 Jnpealed, bu. $1125 C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 5 July 1854

it IP AGEICTTLTTOAL. Tlie Rcfis of Gro.-l Farming. . Mr. Isanc Moon tvbo fr-ros one hundred nixl fif y ncres of :ay liwm. with limMrm iTuM-d thronnli it nml in position f"! sup'ly no liottrr pnil cn'uM l rlpsin'd tlinn t'til on C'ovpr strr-f-t, Uiilitnn, Monroe County, N.Y., writes u3 that bis usual nvrrajrs 'fi ncrpnre n fniinw-s; Indian Corn:.1o lusliela; extra yielJsSO, 00 to 100... . Pofalosr. formerly .133 to 403 bvts'iel."; latter-' It 20!). Wheat, 53 ncrcs:23 to 23 and 40 bushels, ran 1v , a..,Titt"o sown: oneo 43D iiusliels from fire aeropt.ppnd 22 InisWla. " Jin: 2 tr 3 tfn.; oiipp 41 ton. Thes nrp lnrP crni's; mid wp arc not surpris ed to learn il-at Mr. Moon, has liuiH the Clover St. Seminary,"- and ni'lmved a IYofessorslp out of the profits of such farniii'?. Hut hw he does it is the important point. Tho natural rich ness of his soil is tin lnubte ljliut. a mninri'v of form on on just sii'di soils flo not obtain half so larre crops. Here is his explanation: "I 'never sel...

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