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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 December 1854

f . . - a i i 1 ' 1 . t IT n jT ". nwi-rT" BY T. A. GOODWIN. BRÜÜKVILLE, -FRANKLIN COUNTY!' INDIANA; FRIDAYr DECEMBER 1, 1854. VOL. XXII. NO.-50. let " , - ' 1 4 - ' . J professional Carte. J, B. DAVIS, M. D., 1' II V I CI it II suri-uii) B" . 1 J mm mm mm mm mm aa jtrndK at bia catlaa, ornar of Afalaaad Vjiaii tri, Braak till, lad. De. J. W. KEELY, rxrrr Surgeon Dentist, AFHCKOXEDOORiOUTIf ÖFTHR VAUfcY U IlüliBlt, c iTiiu. All wvrk wtrrtoui. fio Harga for ialuilo or advlc. 4-ly Ctltf K I LOO HCV Juillctof the I'eac, anl .ttwraaj autl Couu .alloraltaw, Brookrill, lad. V lUoaoala Katl Itruarai ruoiieaquar 43, ISil. ttt irtonnOVT Attornay and Conn11orat IF ,Lw, Uli ffo. 7 lUUo'a aalldiBK, itrooarill,iadlaaa. Xl-43. IT WC, CnOOKSII4NK( AUornT and Brook III, ladlaaa. 4J-'53 a -i - . ----- 1 1 lit winHiinrii uav. vacm umi ""Ii J IX. !tt'CLCriE, AtlornoyttLaw. OSlca on Burjr..trl, iwodooraavrlh ofCao. Hol iiii'iuma,iiroif in. 4i-aa EVAN"0WENa ATTOMIT AT LAW HOT AKT PTTBL C, lfi. Cavriutl,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 December 1854

fmiiMÄiuMicisi BROOKVILLK. INDIANA ruiDAYiDcct.uar.ii i, isaj. SINGLE COPIES cf th INDIANA AMERICAN can. be had at this office, neatly e nv eloped andpr paid with stamps at tfve rei.' each. i-jig-'; L 1 - Tint canou ajto cxvAarorot. A our paper contain trequerrt allusions tu th seat of war., we give, fjr tho benefit uf th young, a brief account of tL Crimea and Sevmtopo). Let the reader take the Scherl Altai aud find them. Th Crimea is u peninsula in th trt Sltntio'n. , . rV have aoother lettoj.frOm Liberty . It hall ppear atlt'weeh. DOOM AJTD PE2X0AXCA2J . The Western Democrat Review, lor November hat bocn on our table teve- ral dsys. The mechanical execution of this number It better than Itt predsces- t fX"Pric U wiling bit good very MuCn ot 'eailog U good, and ECONOMIZE. Conversing with a leather dealer a few weeks ago, he .aid.tbat Lis business was"good at jail tirucs; for men and women must be shod whether timet are hard or easy. Very true. All must economic during the present ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 December 1854

War Coxuow San u IUnt.- It is often said that no kind of itnic I to rare ai common sense; nd ihli is true, Im ply became common s no i attain able by all fur more, and ! h natural gift fur lest than moit othrr traiti of character. Common sense 1 tba application of thought to common things and it is mo becaui most persons will not exercise thought about emmoa things. If some important adiir occurs, Kopie try theo to think, but to very tie put-rote; because, not havtng. ex trcistd their powers on small things, their powers lack the development necessary for great ones. Hence, thoughtless people, when forced to act in an affair of importance, blunder through it with no more chance of aomgasi&ey mould, tnanone woum hare of hittinjr a small or distant mark at a shootinff-m&tch, if previous prac tic had not given the power of hitting objects mat are large ana near. Cass on Clat. General Cass, in hi recent iDecch at Detroit, in redv to the attack made on him by the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 December 1854

WHY DON'T IIE DO IT. Whin the Farmer. k 1 btt'er. aad, a, a titne tlor fixture, cheaper, and posts, and withont center ht can himself lotilhtdo it 1 Whia I nti no other faiteninjje j kta e.tw anil barn-door thin A ton roiled against them, and In a einglej Tening-after supper I ab! to make aj Utter cne. Why don't he ij It 1 I Or whan be ace a the board dropping ; .I 'll- J i froa hit barns ind oui-uuuuidj, an lika beape ol rubbish l.vlnj In pile about hit premise aod red only ualllnj on etfala. Why don't he do It 1 Or if hole afraid of the expense of Bslls and I alwaye crying up tha maxim fDr. Franklin, to "lave tha penct and Iba pounds wMta.wcareorinernselve.," and ha knows that tht aaaia Dr. Franklin alia laid that "tniny man art penny wis and pound foolish." and ho la not artfal to think of tha precept con. tained In tha latter, Why don't ha do it1 ir It Is a eatinjof xiearlyhalf the ma. aura ef farmer' atock y keeping them abut up In yarda, inatead of runalnir at larce through mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 December 1854

afe tei as rati : V iff '"f.r His BY T. A. GOODWIN. ßßOOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1854. V0L.XXI1.N0. 51. - Mm) we professional (fork J, B. DAVIS, M. D., P liy slcian & !urz FFIca at 1 mldanct, eornti of Ujaaaa streats.BrookvUUrlnd. COI1 Main and r- s Du. J. W. KEELY, CUiiiij) Surgeon Dentist, OFFICE ONE DOOR SOUTH OP THE VAILEY HOUSE, crSTaias. All work warrantd. o Hargo for iinluUo or adttce. 41 "'7 CYUCSKILGOIIE, Jostle of the MdAUMy.Co..MUor.ll.w,BkUUf lad. OffleaSootliKasiCoriiorof JfubUeSquaro. 43,1S33. WITCOBKOW Attoraoy aad CounseUora'. ,Uw, Offl 5. 7 UatU's building, UrookTUU.iadlaa. alV, N. connsalloralLaw. OffleaioiIatU'ib" Wing, Hrooktll,Iadlana. Jit. yi'CLlKKt A ttorao j at La w . OBe i ou BurgeMitrot,twodooranorthofGeo.tiolaadaOfflc,BrookTllla. 4I EVAN OWENS. ATT0B5IY. AT LAW HOTAKT PTJEL C, int. Carmel, Indiana Ja30 3mo ALF. WAllD. ATTORNEY &.COUNSELLORATLAW, BrookTUlo, ladlaaa. OfflMtwe wnson Barton'. Slor. IV. It. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 December 1854

JlsDIIllllMUU. BROO KVILLE. INDIANA rillDAYi DECE.11DCU t, 184. CT SIX OLE COPIES of the IXDIAXA AXEIZICAXttknUUd at tili i odce, neatly enveloptd and prt paid with stamp at fivt ttnti euch. (Ö""Tht Mesisgt I tht alsorbinsab Jc bis week tht Jcua Dchoit In tend to mikt is oyster supper on tht 224 Pork It $i in Cincinnati. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE: FiUoxe Ciiiitns of the Stnatt, and Eoutt cf Riprtitntatvtt: Tht past has been an eventful year and will be hereafter referred to mi a marked epoch in the history of the world. Whilt we hav j been happily preferred from tht calamitietof war, our domestic prosperity has not been entirely uninttrupted. Tht crops in portion of the country have been nearly cut off. Disease has prevailed to a greater extent than usual, and tht tacrine of human life, through asualü by tea and Und. i without a parallel. Bat the pestilenco has twept by, and tht restored salubrity invites the absent to thtir homes and tht rttarn of business to its ordinary channels. If th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 December 1854

en bf Congress to tie proper construe-1 tioa na arranjraent 01 stcftni TesieMUs and all passenger ships, still it is be lieved that the achievement of science and mechanical skill in this direction have not been exhausted. good reason exists for tho marked distinction, which appears upon our Statute between tie laws for protecting lifo &nd property at sea. nnd these for protecting them on land. In Most of the States severe penalties are provided to punish conductors ,of trains, engineers, and others employed in tho transportation of persons by railway, or by steamboats on rivers. Why shouid not the same principle be applied to acts of insubordination, cowardice, or other misconduct on tho part of masters and mariners, producing injury or death to passengers on the high seas, beyond the jurisdiction of ans of the states, and where such delinquencies can be reached only by the power of Congress? The wholo subject isearnestly commended to your consideration. The report of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 December 1854

..J - gntnltural. Trom tu Matno Farmer. HEAVES CT HORSES. It La often been remarked to m that the disease in horsos called the "bearct" it more prevalent now titan it vu formerly. Yv cannot say , whether it is a fact that there are more horses troubled with this disorder than there used to be, or whether, as there are more horses now in existence, there are consequently more seen troubled in this way, while the comparative number of diseased ones may bo the same. We have never been fully satisfied in regard to the cause of this disease, or tho real state of it. Every one, however, can soon distinguish the symptoms. It conaista in a difficulty of breathing the flanks or respiratory muscles seem to do the whole work, and that, too, very laboriously. The air is drawn into tho lung, when tho muscles at tho flanks begin to draw in as if pushing out tho breath, and after pressing in with a L'ood deal of action, thev diop suddenly, ns if a catch or spring hat id let iro of go of them, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 December 1854

-. -..j) -. TT u "r BY T. A. GOODWIN. . BROOKVILLEr FiUNKJilN -COUNTY, INDIANA; FRIDAY, DECEMBER1' 1851. J 4i---yii, j , Tj 1 1' g 1 jii 'C-jjliW1 "IB. ".''1 -lJlT??frj!t?g -Mi nV -ji" n im'i itiV Tri'-wTw imt "i m " . . . . . . .t "'"" " ' ' 1 " .1 . .".. .A. i .'' Vfc..l.li:.-' i ,.,1 1 j - I ... . ; professional Carte. - J.B. DAVIS, M, D., Phvtlcian & Surs ?Ftd at -' ratldoneo, aornar of fjjaaes tit ott,Broo..TUI,Iad. seotit lalaand Du. J. W. KEELY, Surgeon Dentist, OFHCK 03 DOOK3UO in vr na . --" . BOUS.., All workwarrsotd. o targa foreaaa.laa.Ioo oradvlca. 4l-ly CvnL'SKCILGOaC Jastleaof tba Peaea, Ud.u.orueyaodCoanselloratlaw.Brookvllla, tal. O Ha south KaetCoraarof rablleSqaaro. 43, 18. 3. WWOnnOVT, Attoraoy and Cottasallorat ,Uw, Olle Sa. 7 Hado'e alldlag, Brookvilla, tadiana. 1-43. . . s. m t VaTT IT Attorney tad L, Counsellor l Law. Brook? Uta, ladlaua. OffleaiaUalla'sbuildl 43-') Bft EVAN OWENS. ATT32ET AT LAW KOTAST PTTBl C, , ."lt. Carmtli IsaaUaraa Jaaa30 3m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 December 1854

TOimiimiMijui BROOK VI LLE. INDIANA ITXIDAY DECE.TIDEB 18, ff TEE HM3AOX. W hop our readers ha? rsad ihia dovment. Er ery American it Uta hoali read iL It ta.lecgthy, but It couM not wll U much shorter and treat of all the subjects of Interest, as Baach la detail aa it ought. It girts, ladeed, aillrd'aey viw of our national affairs auch a tie aa wt all iv aniioua to take one a year. In ' atyltV composition it ia jet somen bat objectionable, but It ij saeh aa improTtmtnt on.tbo atUrcd styl cf his first message, that ire bare large hopes, that, bj another meeting of Congress, he will write quite good English. V.'e think that most of tho raeas mrea rteommended, will ho highly ap prOTid bj tho people. , Except, that Congress should, without delay, opa eocse kind of a road from ll States east of the llocky Mountains to lh fitstes west of them; and a rnilroad U tsriaiaTy the kind demanded, we ap prore of withholding the publia Unds from railroad companies. To tower the tariff is probably ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 December 1854

vi er" We gite tbe following akctcli of the orig'fl nd practical results of graded re ictoohln tit citj of Mndlsonone of the terj few place in this Stato ia which any modification of the system hat bwtm as yet attempted. Fur the report art Indebted to Mr. Btne, the- efScient and popular Supcrintcn dant'of Public School ia that cltj: Earlj la. the h of'fil, the friend of education, in this city, began to diicuu the subject of the In trodueiion of Graded Schools. Publid meeting, ( fi"t attended by few, but Iacreasia in the number attending, at they increaied In frequency,) were called for the purpose of eliciting bets, on which to base some reasonable conclusions, with regard to the advantage and disadvantages of the two systems. The condition of the then existing schools, and the amount of money expended therein for tuition, were accurately asccrtaint d, and compared with corresdonding items in the reports of those places that had adopted the Tätern of graded cbools. From this compar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 December 1854

brüalltjr Jfarmtr. Cader thle bead we expect ta give at leaet two otumo el agricultural reaJJngevery week. W epectfully solicit eoatmaalcatlone fron oat frlaads la lb eoaatry, reelecting Uielr experltoee aa vartouo departments of farming, gardeologt eta. Oa tbeoa, to great deg ree, w rely far u Itsf till department lBtsrettlng. Coksxirosssii . We bar the promise of ocasion.l lettere from aevera.1 of our beat former, for tbU department. Faxii Sold. John Unnaton, of ßprinjfiiaU township, ioM bii farm of 80 acres, lwat wek, to Jofen Smith, for $500062,60 per acr. Brother Barnes, you got any formt fa Iowa at that price? " ' ESTlt our forming friend cannot tell bow tbey make good crop, let tbcm tell bow tbey manago to make poor one. . What time do yoa get tip? wlendo you plant? bow deep do ycuplow? "Speak, and let the worat b known!" Gam is Chicxefs. Wo published, a few months ago, a proposed prevent ire for this fatal disease. An old friend, Mr. Maxwell, says that be has succeeded well ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 December 1854

CAN. J- . A. H aTA . r . M Al . t ' 1 . 1 v ,"WE ASK FOR NOTHING BUT WHAT IS RIGHT, AND WILL SUBMIT TO, NOTHING THAT IS - WRONG." Oen. Jackson.;,', , ,1 I , VOL. XXIII. NO 1. , BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1854. , V ' ; WHOLE NUMBJBR 1U5. f r i . .i J.B. DAVIS, M, D,;T rhvilclan & Surgeon, sFPlCS kit etldenre, eorner of Malaaad VJJaaeittreet,Urooarlllt,lBd. . . e s ' Dl J.W. KEELY,. (iUlxii) Surgeon Dentist, OFvfcRoaKDOotiotrnioCTnR vaurt HOUSE.tr rr.iae. All work warrantd. 'targe for exannaUoa er adTlce. . . . , 4I-ly nYUCsklloOltE. Jaetleoaf the Peaea J aa4 Atloruey aB4CoaBeelloratlaw,BrookvUla, 4. urceesoaiaa.aaicoraerar mailt Sqaara. J, IBM. W.nOUUOTt Attorney and Coaatatlon iU, üaea Ho. THaUt'e aatldinr, Brook viue,,aiaae. 81-43. NM'O. ritOOKSnAXK, AUorney tad CoaneellnratLaw. omcelaHalle'tballdlng , EVAN OWENS. ' ATT0S5TT AT LAW K0TA2Y TÜ1L C, uarmii, Indiana. janates ALF. WARD, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, BrotkrlUt, Iatiana....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 December 1854

IIIDIANA AMERICAN. : "MtDOtD BIT TO TRI'TH, TO LlkKRTY AB law, NO ftVOR HAT It, AMD 0 1111 ftHAlL . T. A. GOODWIN, Editor. BSOOtVTLLI, nrDIAyA. . ruiDAY. nKCETinr.ic i, isst. XiTThe JclIA Dcmo.vis will please excuse" ns for not saying long ago, tliat they would have a fair in connection with their supper. Well, wo will 'say it now. r Sorry we can't possibly be there to disenss ther pig's feet" question! They will please sent! Our share of the good things lö th office, or send one of their number to set type while we attend the fair. That following' is their cardr ; - - ;" Fair and Sapper. - The Julia Dumont Sewing iSociety will hold a Fair in the College ' Hall, on tho 22d of December, for the purpose of raising funds to furnish a hall for the use of tlin Julia Dumont Literary Society. There will bo various articles for sale, bottt fanciful nnd useful. Oysters, and other refreshment also, will bo prepared. The public arc respectfully invited to attend and parents are especially invi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 December 1854

J t FlTitZTi ?UStVa Char3o ef Harboring; Fujitnej . Our readers will remember Unit at tho last term of the L. S. Court for this District, somo six or ciht in.lictmenU wero pending aVm-st different persons for harboring fugitive shves, Vi r v i 04 V , all of which on motion, wero qnashej. The Marshal, by sending to Kentucky, succeeded, it seems, in ascertaining the name of the eUimant, (whioh be fore was unknown,) fnd brought hist son here under process from the U. S.. to üfjr: and one of th . persons ii - bore referred to, to wit; Benjimin H. WateThoue was re-injictcd. Mr Marsh, tho Deputy Marshal," then hired the ilareholder's sun.ntidCyrtti Fillmore, (who, it seems, had srn th necoes on their routo Xorlli,) to tf ilh him to Canada and endeavor to find und identify tho negroes.' ' Tho result of their Inbors, and the unenviable, part which tho government fiicer iilayed in the prosecution, will be seen by reference to tho tcstimony.th substance of which wc think worth whil to lay bef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 22 December 1854

0$ armer" iS ' ,vr? 'i j-v ' . .. . 'e-j i l' Uder IM head we etpet lo five I iesl tare sola r&o t crU-wll'iral rosJInf every west, e respeclfulty otta-il eoruiaenieatlon from oaf frteodttn thceouatry, repetlns; ihulretrerlenee U various dt-parluteatt f Tannlnr, esr.let.lu, te. On them, la e great d.,-ree,we r1)' f " Xlsf tlU department lnlritlnK arj-rrrtr-its-----'-' ---. " HLUIII.Xfi STUCK. Thcro 1$ nt hast two rooika of rearing Calrei. One ii to let thctn suck the cow through the umtur r heruun and the other u to title the calf tiwny m toon as tho "cow's milk is fit fur butter, and feed him by hand. Skia milk 'h one of the rvrliclfs giren, and this is thickened with mml or shorts. These two are the leading 'nixies, but there aro intermediate ayaieme that are extensively practirtd. Some farmers let .the cftlf run out to pasture with the cow through tho nummer, while others keep tho calf in the lam, and let him suck the cow niht and raorain, giving the calf good hay to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 December 1854

T 1 :M 0 WE ASK FOR NOTHING BUT WHAT IS RIGHT, AND WILL SUBMIT TO NOTHING THAT IS WRONG." Gen. Jackson; VOL. XXHI NO 2. .,BR00KVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1854. WHOLE NÜIIBER 114G. A AM CA r Jrcfcazonal Carta. J, B. DAVIS, M. D., Pbyalcian & Surgeon, fNVFlCX at ale residence, corner of Main and vjeneeetreela,Brofcfllle,lB4. Wo) Dr. J. W. KEELY, Surgeon Dtntlit, AFPIC8 051 DOOR 80ÜTII OPTIIS valley U UOCIB.vimni. All worn warraaia. no "large for examination or adlce. 4l-ly CYCCS) ZXIXOOUE, JaeUeeof tha Peaee aaaAUoraeyaBdConaeelloratlaw,Brookllle 14. omaesoaia BMicn'oi riiiiqir I, mi. T7 noariOW, Attorney and Counsellors 1 , Law, UK HO. 7 IUIM'1 eilUIH, moot vUlo,tadlaaa. 1-43. CUOOZIsII ANKt Attorney sac II. c roaaeelloratLaw. OffleetaHaUe'eballdlng irookvtlle, Indiana. 43-' EVAN OWENS, ' ATTCHTST1T LA"V7 V KOTASY PUE1 C, Kit. carmal Indiana JaaeSoSmo ALP. WARD, ATTORNEY. COUNSELLOR AT LAW riTiUt,Iidlni. Offlcatwo doon north Burton'! Store. " DH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 December 1854

IHDIAI7A AIIEItlCAlT. f - - y i fUNit acv to tsctw, to nasar eea tw, m saves swart et, A so raa taaii. awa." m-mm jma-i w i i ai a n um jli'c n T. A. CC0DT7H7, Editor. , zzoczmiz, crrtiwi. . , i m . ' I I ; i . " ' I 4 rillDATi DCCUUCB SO. 1831. . , , , To.the Public. TheTrus.ees of the Brookville Colly, apprehending that some degree of dl:fix:t ia the permanency of. this institution, is finding a lodgement In til public miud, desire to giro the asoranee that pa such sentiment ought to exist. They Lave no idea of sellbj thehr ' property or of placing the College hi the hand or under the pa- j trosia'of aay, other body whatever. ! There) i &o necessity that will compel t-ta to such, a eourse, and to adopt it without lach a necessity, at a priod when the system" of Common Ciools in Indiana it found to deplorably defective, would be to betray the causa of education, and. to seriously Injure the public who hare generously izppcrted our school.' . J. II. Spur, ,t . - 020. HoL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 December 1854

Ptpr Ucaey th causa of jOur;Fiaan i . , elal Troublei. ' Hid wtil-lnforae J commercial New York eorreipoadent of the Washington Union, thus hits tho nail upon the head ia alluding to our financial troub les: "in? m&ia doäbtlcsi the 'benk aotos." etil of the market is old pablio enemy The present paper renion at the Weit, it mar be reV ctrked, I the first which has takea K- -co under tho secured system."baneful effect! of paper money always make themselves felt sooner or later, the means devised by lerpilators U. Uio the sting out only varies the form which the inevitable disaster asixtnes. The system of regulation" by the old National Bank bought the most wide-spread devastation with it; bat .the "safety fundi," and all the guards and restrictions which the several States ha Ye imposed, only change the direction of the revulsion, they never diminish its force. An immense expansion haa taken place in the last two or three years in the manner to which we have before allude...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 29 December 1854

) Uallcji farmer ri. ' 4 ' . ft c TUT THRIFTLESS FASHES. The thrlftl farmer provide no shelter for hia cattle during the indem ency of the winter; but permit tiiem to tar.il ahiverin by the side of a fence, or lie in the snow, as best suits thcra. He throws, their fodder on tho ground, or in the mud, and not unfrequcnuy m the highway, dt wiuch a larjje portion, of it and "all the manure are wasted. lie graze hia meadows in full and spring, br which they are gradually exhausted and finally ruined. Hi fences are old and poor, just such as to let bis neighbors' cattle break into hi field and teach hU own to be unruly and spoil his crops. ille neglect to keep the manure from around the sill of bis barn if he ha one by which they are prematurely rotten, and his barn destroyed. 7 Hetills, or skim over theaurfaco of hi laud until it U exhausted, but never thinks it worth while to manure or clover it. For the first he ha no time, and for the last he "is not able." lie has a place for nothin...

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