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

o ' VOL. II. LOUDON, TENNESSEE iVUGUST 23, 1854, NO. 37. o o o o TUELlsnED WEEKLY BT JNO. W. & SAM'L B. OflRIEN. Qjjirt on Cr Street, 77rvf o ffie Pullic Square TEI1M: Two Do.m.ap.s in advance: Two Dol LAns and T"inv Cksts hi six mouihe; Threk Dol lars at the cxp'iaiion of the year. - AuvickiisiME3ts inserted t $1 per square for the first, and 5'J cents fur each sulFequent insertion. . ' ' YEARLY RATES'. ' rrorc'sior.al Cards, (Hve )'nof!,).J....w..i t 5 " (mote than live line?,) 10 Quarter of column li Half column s"i One column.. i. ......... 5 Aunoaiicincan jidales, (advance.) . $3 .5-Aduie? the TubHshers. Poet-Pnid. louooim : "WEDNESDAY, : Aa:r.-Tl:'.. . From Scientific American. 1 2th. The Cholcraus Causes ana Treatment. iV 1..r, 1..4.r fVm i ITpnrv Ken- i . , , , . .i ; - , t IV, .1 f.,od ..i M-. null ho ef'itri l!i!it. Oil ; lotalpeiulon of the action of the livor the total su.snens 5, the cause of Cholera. To allav vomiting he recommends, first, drinking a we; eak soluti...

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 August 1854

BY J. W. & S. It. O'BRIEN. LOU D O N WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23, 1854 CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. The Passenger train on the Nashville and Chattanooga road, since the 19th inst, leaves Nashville at half past eleven o'clock at night .and arrives at Chattanooga at 10 minutes to ten next morning, there connecting with the train to Atlanta. The Passenger train on the East Tennessee and Ga. road leaves London at 5 o'clock in the morning and passengers will, after 1st of September Breakfast at Athens, Dine at Dnlton end'take Supper at London. Travelers either for Nashville or Atlanta will not be detained at Dalton those coming East can get convey ance from this place in comfortable and safe four horse Coaches. The river has been so low that but two boats continue in the trade, the Hiwassee" and "Tennessee,"and even they are unable to make good time, yet they are making regular trips. The public, however, may ex pect a regular line of boats in due time to meet every demand of trade or travel. NORTH 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 August 1854

I0T7D0H: r ednesday : j ::::::::: : August 23, iss The Rt. Rev. Bishop Otcy will, Providence permitting, preach in Grace Church in Loudon on Saturday Evening next at 4 o'clock. Also on Sunday at 10 and at 4. tSF Harper's Magazine, New York, for Au gust to hand. For particulars with regard to ihis favorite work see advertisement. 6?" Hunt's Merchant's Magazincfor Ausrust received. This work may be obtained by ad dressing Freeman Ilunt, X. Y., enclosing $5. 5?- Graham's Magazine, for August sus tains the former position of the work; $3 a year, Philadelphia. t& De Bows Review, Published at New Orleans, is a work of interest to the Southern planter; can be had by enclosing $5 to the Pro prietors. JCT Codecs Lady's Book. The September number of this work is received. Godey main tains his popularity among the Ladies $3 a year; Philadelphia. See the advertisement of P. M. Mc CIung, Campbell's Station, who has lost a trunk & c. AccmrsTToMR. Rraco. We regret to learn through the Abhe...

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 August 1854

i . ' . - rTj,',;,,' "',1,-, 4.-----r-J---- The Glorfr of C eiu Pierce. We were about to say a word upon one of t?ia greatest military exploits of the :, tliu i-ai'iure of Ore) town, one of the outposts of the- Mosqui to King; but iu glancing at the papers, wa se tho work lone to our hands. The Suiun Reg ister Bays: Heroic Exploit of the Administration-. 0. n. Pierce has at length displaye-l hi-: n;:!;t.'.:y eeniiirf. His Mexican laurels :uv n:?ir:!; .-, Iij c-!. Contreras, Moliuo drl Key rt'iil Cl-.n-. ;:. ,care nowhere. Greytown on;s i:j.:ii.t ..v.;rh:idowstiiem, and all the lory !' k.iV 1 j- down her formidable shanties, aril ..- , -r inix population of i i' .mdv:!). aud Americans '.'') :n if'. . i v:i and children bebtigs tiii- . .: .!:-.: l.li 'tainded. pare aud spuilcai .m.iii ,..-;i.iUoii ofi'rankiiu i'iercel Li.o particulars of this gallant affair will be f v::vi in ar.othcr coluiiiu, and alili-u!i the b.o.v ;v."" ;. . r'K-k iv, and the direct agency coiuttuited to n i!'iv:i...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 6 September 1854

... ... VOL. II. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, SEPTEMBER 6, 1S54. ,:: NO. 39. Mi r rVBI.lSHED WEEKLT ET JKO. W. & SAH'L E. O'BRIEIT. c on Cedar Street, East of the Public Square TERMS: Two Dollari in anVnnce; Two Doi- I.4.JIS ai Fiftt Cehts in six months: Thkkj l)ot. 1 AnT Ere r,r tho first, and 50 cents for each subsequent '.ceertion. YEARLY RATE 8. Professional Card, (five line?, $ 5 " " (more t'nn fivo"ii'nes,).... !0 Quarter of column , . ISA Half column ... 3" J Announcing cn, 7$3 .Te-Adclrcs 'the Publishers. rott.I'aid. LOUDON : WEDXE.SDAY, i : : : : SEPTEMBER, G. Co:iferen' c at Cleveland, Those Tieachers, who expect tQ bring their fumilies to Conference, will Yi'ease so inform me ly letter immediately. c. Daily. Aug. 23d '54. ttiish Copy KIS" Iw. A very impor'ant deciiion has been recently Tendered in the Eugli.-h House of Lords in a question of copyright. The decision is that a work composed by an alien cannot be copyright- ! in ureal kntain unless t tie am nor is res. - ding with...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 6 September 1854

o o. II Y J. V. & S. It. )'RICX. LOUDON WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 1S54. 'THAT DISEASE" IX KNOXVILLE. , We arc rained to learn that some disease 'fSIlj r-4i,y of liicT&arncteristies of cholera has lit last jsTu'J Ivnoxville, and twrae of her most worthy citizens have fell victims to its virulence. I). C.Mrri:i.i., Esq., of that place has furnished 1:3 with the following particulars. "The names of those who have died in Knoxville, so f.ir as I now reniemb'-r p.ro: Col. McClellaiid, Mr. Van Meter, Mrs. Pnnncr,of the Mansion House, Mrs. E. F. Sevier and daughter, Mrs. Martin, of Campbells Station, Mis. Mam:m, Miss. Mary Weicer of iviagsuu.M si. Sinni White,& Mr. Bnu.i.i.m. 1 cannot just row remember any ethers t ho" tin re lire several more when I left, Monday morning at 10 o'clock, I Mas in formed by Dr. Currey that there were sonic 4 or 5 then dying It has been very fatal with the blacks, prjbably more so than with the whites." 2T" We hop.? our Farmers and Mechanics will re i...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 6 September 1854

T - . O O r v LOUD OK: Wednesday :::::::::::: August 30, 1854 a v, K2TBr0. Hurley of the Knoxville Statesman ni ' 11 . j . ,. . here-calm, collected-not excited! Of course he is happy how could he be otherwise in such a healthful town as this, away from the turmoils of l is sanctum? We tender Limn perusal of our exchanges during hi3 exit EST A. G. W. O'B Wi bcT5-yaidaj. duly consigned to the care N. A. P Kingston! JK3"rion. A. Johksox passqd here on Mon day, on his way homeward. .From Charleston Courier. Additional per Curopa. IT&lifax, N. S. August 30. No details rela tive to the capture of Uoniersund have been re ceived. Orders have been issued for the Austrian for ces to enter Wallachia. The Sublime Porte" has concluded a treaty with Scbamyl, by which Turkey recognises the independence ot Circassia, and Schamyl agrees iQiuriusn 0J,UUJ mouniaineers to net against Russia. Admiral Lyons had bombarded Anapa, a sea port of Circassia 011 the Black sea. The prevalence of the cholera...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 6 September 1854

jEmfomt fro llxtss. -0 : AGRICULTURAL. . , How to Use Meadow Muck. Mr. Editor: In the July number of the ' ii - , .1 t l . r 1 HT 1. J xarmer unacr tiie neaa vi jusi'iuw iuutu unu Lime' and over the signature of ''Young - Par tner," I find on important inquiry, '"How can I use inexhaustible beds of decayed vegetation to best advantage? Can I make a compost by mixing lime with it, that will produce corn, rye and other crops?' 'As I am under obligation to my brctlcrn of tbe "f.irner family," I should be guilty of a culpable neglect of duty, if I should not take rtn early opportunity to give my experience and judgment ou the subject, and so you have it lor what it is worth. Put so much muck in the bam-yard, hog pen and other proper places as will absorb the juic cs and then, instead of orawiiig 00 loads to a compost heap and adding thereto lime, ashes, or other materials, and expending much hard labor in mixing, reloading and spreading, draw in the autumn or winter months, 100 cr more ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 13 September 1854

vol. 'ii. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, SEPTEMBER 13, 1854. NO. 40. MBLISRD WBKI.Y Br JNO. W. & SAM'L B. O'SPJEff. QJiceon Cedar Street, L'wt of the Public Sqnare TERMS: Two Dollars in n'lvnr.t-e: Two Dol- 'laiis ash Fifty Cents in Ax iaon;bi; Thuxe Dvu- LAnsfttth juration of the year, flrst, aci 50 cents for eaeh subsequent insertion 1 1 jj TF. ARLT RATES. Professional Card:, (Cvc line?.) " " (more limn tire liucs,).... . Quarter of column Half column.. One column AnnmSi'iiij cji'tdiiltf.. ( ! v imoc) SyAd.lress the I'tiWis-heis. 1'ont-I'aiJ. LOUDON : "WEDNESDAY. : SEL'TEV-UEIl, IX . TJieJIliJlfi. , - We take the extract below, from the Jones baro Gazette, lUiuuis,wki.-h gives a heart-rend--ing account of Mail failures, out iu that quar ter. We would ask the Department Officials iu the r.ama of injured publishers, behind the. news subscribers, iu the name of jutticc, let us bave reform ia the transportation of hj mails: For some tbrc or four weeks past, t!i mail;, or our exchanges, have b...

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. — 13 September 1854

) BY J. W. & S. B. O'BKIGX. LOUDON WEDNESDAY 'UHTKMHEU 13, I 54. Jitiuili of .Luuuuti. This is our sixth regular weekly issue bince there has been a single death in this place. CHOLERA AT KNOXVILLE. Wc are indebted to Brownlow of the Knox ville Whig fur several slips,- and also to V'". C. Kain ,for a.i C-stn from the Rjgister office, giving lh". progress of the cholera at that place from time to time. Those whose names were not given in our last so far as we remember were, Miss. Aim White-, J. P. N. Craighead and the child of John Willoby who died on the 5th John Sab bage, A. Howell, and a m a r of color by the name Dan Todd, oa the Oih, Win. Williams formerly of Carter Co., died on Beaver Creek where he had taken his faruily,oii the Glh. "For the last 43 hours ending Monday morning there was only two deaths and two other uew Cases the two who died are Mrs. Elliott, late of D. C. and a man by the name of ni. Clayton. At a meeting of many of the prominei.t citi zens, Jo 11. Parso...

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. — 13 September 1854

o o o LOUEOir: Wednesday ;;;;;;;;; September 13, XS54 CHANCERY COURT AT KINGSTON. We are permitted to copy the following letter from Judge Vax Dyke for tbe benefit of those laving business in Chancery: Athens 7th Sept ,8o l. A. H. IIcRLET,'Esq., Dear Sir: Upon my retiirn home yesterday evening from Jasper, I found your letter of 3 1st ult., and in answer to your enquiry I say that ia as much as I will Lave to be in Livingston the week preeeeding tLe Monday for holding the Courts at James town and Kingston, I must necessarily hold the Court at Jamestown before I hold it at Kins ton, but a3 there will beno business in the Court at Jamestown at the next term except to organ ize the Court. I presume I will be able to reach Kingston by 12 Jl,on Tuesday ,but .-it all events I presume 1 can get thereby Tuesday evening. yery Respctfully. T. Ntxox Van Dyke. .ESU The report that cholera is iu Greeneville is untrue. Donsox of the American Presbyte rian says: There has not been a single case of...

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 September 1854

' ... " i ' . J AGRICULTURAL. From tire OLio Farmer. Meadow Tillage. BT L. V. BIEKCK, OF AKROX. ' If our Farmers were to set about the t Ask of r'evisin the worst system of meadow tillage, 1 t'icy ill not invent a woreojstern than the present. A i soon as the hay is removed from I lie meadow, the cattle are usually turned in to rn the prowud during the w inter, and punch i: i i thj spring, 'ill nota sper o? rns is left Hlmve the surt'uca, and scarcely a root below it on which to found a hope of a future crop. Ale 'lit the first of May tlin caitleare taken out itvl tht? gnawed, poached up ground, inercifullr a'loed six or ei jit w (' res', in which to matt.--; -r .p .if h iv! N- nt :i. i of crops; hiv aid .is nlrss n naj,t o ;:o n d gn .wel and ..u h.'d, ;t. mi .M;it !;jii and gnawed leu inonlhs of" the year, is expected to jiroduce, year after jvar, without (issittioii rest, or help. Land wants rest as much in the m;in that tills it couti'iucd gras cr ppmg takes the a'-ka'ii-s out o...

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. — 20 September 1854

(fEnl? flu ': P$ YOL. II. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, . SEPTEMBER 20, 1854, NO. 41. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT jko. w. & sah'l b. o'3Eien. Ojfice on CtJar Street, Ea.t of the rulUc Square , TERMS: Two Dollars in advance; Two Doi. tARs asd Fipit Cf.xts in six months; Three Dol lars at the expiration of the year. Advehti.tmexts inserted at $1 per square for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. YEARLY KATES. Professional Cards, (five lines,) $ 5 ' " (more than five lines,) 10 Quarter of column IS J Half column - 37 One column 75 Announcing candidates, (ad vance,) $3 3? Address the Publishers. Pott-Paid. LOUDON : Wednesday, : : SEPTEMBER, 20. ., : TT": : , , ., , rtw Ciovolnnd Dispatch .of loth Fays, ; Vhi rile at the pWui.t leighboriug town of 'Charleston, on Monday 1, UIl ..ilJ.lU.ll II. Willi. " v. u rua i iixzkx we "that Dacon could not be had at that place for i!ess than S cents, per lb hog round, and ?J Si for sides and Hams. From l)ye'i! liank Mirror. - List of Broken Hanks...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 20 September 1854

outwit pn ht$$. KY .1. IV. S; S. IJ. O'HKIKX. LOU D O N : SEPTEMBER 20, 185 4. i : '' The Roane county Agricultural Society meets in Kingston on Monday 25th inst. Every Fanner aisd Mechanic in the county are reques ted t j attend! t' y We learn by a private letter from Jones Wough that the health of that place is very good. There is a flourishing school there un der the superintendence of the order of Odd Fellow's ic, which opened on the Gth, with flattering prospects. Jonesborough is as pleas ant place fur a school" as there is in East Tennessee. JfrY" P. W. Norwood informs us that wheat commanded $1:40 in Morganton, Tenn., on last Friday. Jf We learn from the Lynchburg Virgini an that a fatal accident occurred on the Virgin ia & Tennessee rail road near Big Spring De pot on the 13th. The freight train came in con tact wiih some dirt cars the engine was detach ed from the train and thrown some sixty feet down an embankment. The engineer succeeded in leaping from the engine to o...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 20 September 1854

LOUDON: Wednesday : : : September , 185 1 Health of Charleston. Office of City Registf.u. Wednesday, Sept. 13tb, 10 P. M. There have been 41 deaths from Yellow Fever for the past 48 hours. Friday, Sept. 15th, 10 P. M. There have been 38 deaths' from Yellow Fever for the past 48 hours. J. L. DAWSON, M. D., C. R. Courier, ICth. Tiie Gbave of Cooper. Over the place of sepulture of the great novelist in Cooperstown, New York, is spread a simple but broad and massive tablet, with the inscription: 'James Fexximore CoorER. Born Sept. 15, 1789. Died Sept. 14, 1852. Democratic Convention. Indianapolis, Sept. 8. The Democratic mass Convention held to-day was lare and enthusi astic. Addresses were made by Hon. S. A Doug las, Hon Geo. C. Pugh aud lion. Joseph Lane, cjid were well received. Sirs. Thomas II. Beutou died at Washington dav or two since. Political. The Democrats of Albemarle frcld a meeting last Monday week, and appoint ed IPO delegates to the State Convention. The meeting expressed...

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. — 20 September 1854

1 AGRICULTURAL. Tlic Drouth and Its Effects. Eds. Co. G kxt. We have had, and are still having very dry weather a season which will be remembered as very uuprofitaMe by many farmers. Thia season has eminently shown the importance of taking time by the foretop and cultivating the ground thoroughly. Those farmers whose soil was dry enough to plow and sow early, and who pulverized the ground thoroughly with the roller and drag at the time of seeding, have realized good crop3 of barley ar.J oats. On the other hand where the land wa3 wet and undrained plowing delayed till May when the drouth came and continued, poor crops were the result -T This season has also shown the great superi ' ority of a clay soil to withstand the drouth. A field which seemed to be the best corn in our town about the first of June, is now the poorest It is a sandy loam audits stalks are now quite dry and earless or nearly so. April with us was i: wet month, yielding 7.8- 10 inches of rain and melted snow. In May...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 27 September 1854

4 4f mAmm YOL. II. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, SEPTEMBER 27, 1854. NO. 42. rt;BUSHEI WEKKLV BT J2f0. W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEN. CJtcc oh Cedar Strrct, Kuxt of tJie Pitllic Square TERMS: Two Dollars iu advance: Two Dol ,rj Mns and Fiftt Cents in six inonihS; Three IoL Labs at the expiration of the your. ADVEUTisF.yiiNTs inserted at $1 per square for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. T EARLY RATE'S. Professional Cards, (live lines.) $ 5 . " " (mere ibnn five lines,) 10 Quarter cf column 18 Half column .. 37 One column i.n 7.' Announcing candidates, (advance,). $3 ;ja?Addrcsf tlie Publishers. Pout-I'nid. LOUDON : Vr.DNE.-DAY, ::SKI'TEMF,Elt. 27. A Xcw Myle of Ilricks. Amongst the more recent inventions patent ed by the English manufacturers, perhaps the roost important and interesting is that by Mr. Sumtucrfield, of the Glass Works Birmingham Heath, for what arc termed chromatic glass fac- d grooved bricks. It k !rHy attracted' thtTi ntteutioo atrrernl rTntneril architects ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 27 September 1854

- - "4 J V o GV J. W. .kj is. 15. O'lSHICN. LOUDON: WEDNESDAY :::::: r-Ei'TEMDEU 27, 1S54. If our paper possesses more than "usual interest" this week it may be attributed to indisposition of the editor, and the failure to reach ns for several days, of our exchanges South of Augusta. 1- fiThe Mayor of Macon, Oa. in his report of the ICtii says: To correct the exaggerated rumors concern ing the prevalence of yellow fever in Macon, I report one death for the last week. Jacob Mas tick arrived Ti?re last Wednesday from Savan nah, with the fever upon him and died yesterday. ECU Bishop Barron, of the Catholic Church died in Savannah on the 13th, of Pneumouia. . Two freight cars laden with goods for Loudon, Chattanooga and Nashville, were burn ed r.t Savannah ou the 17th. Meal was selling at one dollar per bush el, in Soaimcrville cn the loth. 2?" Bishop Gartlaku died recently in Sa- " rinnrvU ifl j- iir 4VfT. Albany Knickerbocker appears in an entire new c!ro-s terms fr Daily, four dollar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 27 September 1854

o T J h o o a o o lOUDOir: Wednesday; : : ; : : : Seplccilicr 27, :5 1 The tiv cf Newspapers. All subscribers, who do not giro Ex-pnEss .Notice to the contrary, a reconsidered as wishing to conliune their subscriptions lf subset ibers order the discontinuance of their paper tbe publishers may continue to sou J them fcnlil arrearages are paid. 3 If subscribers neglect or refuse taking their Vnpers from the post oilice to which tbey are sent, they are held responsible till their bill are settled "and their papers ordered to be discontinued. 4- The Courts have deciecd that n facing to tako a newspaper or periodical from tbe office, or remov ing, end leaving it uncalled for, ia'-prima facie evi dence of intentional fraud. Coming Along. The New York" Herald ays advices by our government from our minis ter, to the effect thfit the ne? ministry have agreed upou terms for the sale of Cuba, and that both England and France have acquiesced in the transfer. IIox. Jonx Jl. Chandler. This gentle...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 27 September 1854

o AGRICULTURAL. Ilo'.v to Provide Against Drouth. We have argued, over and over, that deep p'owiti r is a protection nainst drj weather. A rounz man hy the name of Geonre E. Waring Jr., who, hy the way is said to be the author f a prood hook, which we have never uccit, writes to the Tribune an article on drouth ami ilccp plaiting, which lias both truth and reasoning to commend it. The points on which the farmer reels, and trrty easily obfain instruction, are very numer ous, and we propose to notice ouly the point in question. It is not too bold an nsscrtlo'i to say that t;o pood practical fanner will allow his cr.'ps to suTcr largely from drouth. The reme dy is simple and pnturul. Subsoil plowing ac c.i:i:pauii'd by u:idcr-draininr On wet lands, and tvi-ii without on those which are sufficiently dry is it sure protection against this faniine-produ-t-iii.r scourge. A few moments reflection will convince any man that this must prove an infallible remedy, because we know that there is ...

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