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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 February 1855

-w-r- -er -r-r- m.W ... -y- - ' . A MIR ß WE ASK FOR NOTHINQ BUT WHAT IS RIOHT, AND WILL SUBMIT TO NOTHING THAT IS WRONG." Gen. Jackson. VOL XHI.-NO 3, BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1152. 1 a a v. r . - J! i. XI U J Ii i U. x M ill - IJnÄssiünal Carts. T J. JUT!, K. D .-PUTBICUÜ 8URtl üsox. UffKt, at hie residence, corner f Jfaln and Jamet tireeti, Brookvtlle.Ind. TiS J. W. mtT,-t KOEOS DESTIST. j . urwi, oua ioi souui i Valley Honte, ct Taint. All work warranted. Wo charxe tor eiemtniUmv advice, ei-iy U .o4 Aoreey Coentellor tl law, BrookUU, Ind. Omca, South feast corner of Public no, aere. ' 3-iess. Yt Wiir'uw. Orrtca, 5o.7, Halle'e Building, Brook vlUe, lad 1 3 Trrlr.oörrüx,- attorney asd li, COOaElXoHArLAW. Orrite, under the American Office, Brookvlllc, Ind. 43 'S TTfAJt 0WTXS,-ATVR5Et ; AT LAW AND JLl 5oT4it Piene, Mt. Csrmcl, lnd. 23 WIT Tr K.TZJ A TT O R XXT COCN 8 EL LOK A 'T LA Mf , 0,nc; tar l-owere' store, Eröokvllle, lad. . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 February 1855

EIDIAIIA AIIERICA1T The Senatorship J. A. Hation, Esq. We have hitherto refrained frora ex pitssing, except incidentally, our dis- , approbation 'of the pontponement of the Senatorial iltclioa. We have not abme J doctrine of Squatter Sovereign : be?n able to much imj-ortaneo In J t j. Our roadars will remember that lit coraini on rarlv. nor have wesert-!e contended lat summer that the SQUATTEB SOVKREIONTY. At there is no electiou pending. And no party interest to promote, it may not be araWs to refer to the much "riiMti act t tuen, to ussst law, T. A. GOODWIN, Editor. BSOOXYXLLE, 1XDIIXA. ruiDATt rcuncAitvs, Beauties cf tha Liquor TraSc. Lat Monday night, about ten o'clock, the neighbor, of Mr. Sands, a German, were called upon by Mrs. ously feared its final postponement. We know there are a few men in tbo plea for squatter sovereignty was merely a ruse to divert public atten- Scnate who regard the interest of their itioo from the enormous wrong pcrpeparty as more sacred than their ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 February 1855

Eiak cf tha SUta cf bdiant. 7sj sre indebted to the. Indian TournsJ for the following synopsis of Bill to charter a new Suto Bank and Branche, introduced into th Senate bj Mr. Witbirow, of Hendricks last week. lit. It tiUbliih! a bank with so Bany branches as uxaj be organized to U called "The Bank of the Sute of Indiana." td. Commlsaionert are appointed to difidt tho State into not less than fifteen or more than twentj bank die tricta, and to locate a branch in each, selecting, so far at the can, the ame placet where there is now a branch of the present bank. 3. If the commissioners do cot make the whole number of districts authorised, the board of directors of the bank may, from time to time, in erease the number to that extent. 4. No branch is to be organized until one hundred thousand dollars are subscribed and the first instalment paid. 5. The remaining instalments are to be so graduated that 9100,000 aball be required to be paid in to each branch on or before the first of Janu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 February 1855

r3 I " Xv . Apple Worn. . Apple ranced to are: now sauictentir ftu show that the worm has possession of a Urge portion of the fruit in many locations. Owing to the almost entiro klare of tho crop last year, we fonJlr anticipated that this season we might, escape in part me . ..I MTaei 01 tuo worm; um in tun nro disappointed and present inaica-1 lions are mat mo erop win oe neariy worthies, -It is too Ute to apply perpect remedy I this year if we were in possession of one I 1 .-".-.- " 1 A 11 out yeirnucu may ue uone 10 prevent future depredations. At this season of the year the larva begirt, to leave the npple, and finda tome ecure place under the loose bark of the tree, or near it, and cover itself with a white net, and becomes a pupa In a few dnys after the moth appear and is soon prepared to provide for another progeny. In this way it keeps multiplyin; itself until fall, although in nnmbers lest than the firs, brood. We have today (July 17,) examined the body of a large apple tre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 February 1855

D A AI 1FPM iLi JilL IP. A.ftl 3 MX X.AI 0 tuncvtunt x. "WE ASK FOR NOTHING BUT WHAT IS EIGHT, AND WILL 8UBUIT TO NOTHING THAT IS WRONG." Gen. Jackson. VOL. XXI1L NO 9. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1855. WHOLE NUMBER 1153.. 7 v i professional (forbs. T B. DAVIS, K. D..-PHYSICIAN & SUK I. üfcUM. urrtua, v hit r.tdiiee, oraer o Mala and Jam ttru. Brook till, lad. T5L J. W."xXXlT,-"ClicK0.1 DKSTI8T. JU urrica, on iwr ouin 01 in ValUy HmiM.iP Ti. All wrk warranted. ! cbargt fortxaminaUoaoradvloa. 41-lr fmVS KTLOOÄX, JUS TICK c rmm PKACK, V 4 Attorney th Coin. Ilor at law, Brook ill, Inj. Urriri, South Kait corner of PublttSqaare. 43 IMS. TTT KOKSaW. ATTOKMYTcOUMskLT.UH AI LAW. Omit, '0. 7, llall( Illing, BfookftUt, Ind. 1 O Jt'kc. rnoo ksttajtjc-atto r s e r and 4.1. coL,.NKlXort A I LAW. Orrirt, under U Amr1can ufflo, Brookvlll, Irnl. 4.1 'U A LT. WARü, TTO R S K V A C O U 3 S E L 10 K I AT LAW. Ofrici, over I'owerV itoro, Urookvtile, lad. OSES...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 February 1855

Iiidiaita Amauc an. starsea err to Timra, t liieitt law. T. A. GOODWIN, Editor. ZSOOZTXLLZ, ETDIASA. raiBATi FEB R CART IU. 1843. - fjrTBvBROOicviLLX Bank. Our ?iwi on Banks ia general, and Stock Banks In particular, hare been freely giren, and we bavo nothing to take back. Yet we arc read to admit that the can be made safe, cren under the present law. If the Bank is owned and controled by well known and responsible citixens, there need be no alarm about its solvancy. Such is Iba Erookville Bank. It it owned by some of our wealthiest citizens, (we cay publish an exhibit of its assets and liabilities, with the names of its itoclhoMers next wcc.,)and, independant of th bonds, they are able to re- . . . 1 4etm all tneur notes. It will U 'seen by their advertisemeat that they propose to resume the payment of interest on deposes. From thi w infer that the crisis is past with . , , , theo, and they arc preparing for the spring business in earnest, lnere is not the should any bank in with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 February 1855

man ilioulj ho tha last man to make theso charge against bis bill. Mr. Spann believed several provisions in tne committee' bill to be unconstitutional. He thought it ought to bo referred to the committee on the Judiciary, so that each provisions xaieht undergo an investigation. Sir. Woods had a disposition to yield to any reasonable- rennest on the part of Senators, lie acknowledged its importance. He could not see any thing to be gained by referring it to committee on the Judiciary. It had already been submitted to many of the most learned legal gentleman in this gute, and they Lave all cither in writing or orally, satisfied the com mittee of the constitutionality of the bill. Every important section was already in active operation in some of the States of this Union. As to selling foreign liquors, the seller would have to prove the liquor to be imported and to be in the same casks imporU-d. As to hurrying the bill through, he had no such intention. It was on consultation with tho ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 February 1855

Cfrt-.Palltj lamm. L I i XUisin; Potatoes under Straw. EcrroRs Ohio , Cmi vatou : I propose) in familiar way, to tell jour rt id en bow to raise a good crop of potatoes. I urn aware.however, that Bin; farmer will not cotiai'Jer it a very appropriate season of tho year to talk about raisin potatoes, now, just as the current crop of rcniHrk.-tbly "imall potatoes" lias been secured, and winter setting in; but my theory is, that winter being the least busy part of tha jcar for the farmer, nnd withal tha season just preceding tho spring, . Is the most approprintc time that can bo chosen in which to ar ran jo or form Lis plans for tie enu Mourning. A gentleman, who dees not read the papers, nfter a brief visit to the country, returned to town on last Sunday and wa horrified when pasRinu i through that portion of the city north of the Canal, to find a crape at almost every other door. Ho had not heard that the liquor Kellers were in ru Urning, and suppofed that every craped door denoted n ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 February 1855

A AM E CAN L " " 'WE ASS FOB NOTHINO BUT WHAT IS RIOIIT, AND WILL SUBMIT TO NOTHING THAT IS WRONO." 0. Jackson. VOL IXill.-NO 10. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1655. WHOLE NUMBER 1151. CR LVi. ra urM., 4 i reidae, oeraar 4 eUette, Breokrlllt, lad. o Tki. J. v. rrziT.-sweioa &I.1TIST. Valley wrwa, yiwiNiMOl IM "in, fuwr avain vi wa i w n fco.r f 4iae. 411 work JU' ltd. It tharjt fcrtiaala-fljr rr,-4 Werna ted aUeaat rnrcus riioo2a,-jwTica'rfKACK, " 4 Atturaay Coaeeellot at law, UroakUJe, lJ. timet, Seats fail toraer of Pub IUI, tart. 43 Uli. TT iXO rOTT, i rvo a t covrisiTL . o if 'LAW. Urma, Ha. 7. Ileila's fi.JUiag.h'rtekTlUe.lad. Sl-J IT oJ4iSJ4AinF,ri Ut Aatrteaa 0 Jet, lrtokvtl ATTORMKY AND bAW, Urtica. ndr lrtokvtUa, lad. 41 ' A UTAi!), ATTOailY 41 C0C58KLLOK fX 4T Law. Orrwa, aver fewere1 (tort, ITeohvUle, Io4. tTOni 7. rxizjcr, arroKaay at law AX Ihiii Fvnw. Or r io a , ont dxr tout ef tat Valley Metee. Brookvtlle. lod. will Ukeaekeovl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 February 1855

H7BIAITA AI.IEIIIC AIT. "fllMIO CT TO im, TO HHRTT 1W, rvos await et, an no ria tn wi.H T. A. GOODWIN, Editor. IE00ITILIX, IKDIIKA. rm dat rcnnuAnr cs( isaa. Hichlgan on the Slav Question-. General Cass refuses to obey in ttructloni Refuse to. resign Popular Sovereignty vetoed! On tho 19th ult., the Senate of Michigan passed, by a vote of 22 to 6, scries of strong resolutions upon the question of slavery, and instructing their Senators and Representatives in Cougrcss to vote for tho immediate repeal of so much of the Kansas and Nebraska Bills ai abrogate the Mis soar! Compromise Act, and also to vote for the repeal of the Fugitive Slave Law. The same resolutions subsc quently passed the House nearly unanimously, and were sent to Washington. And,what,' gentle reader, do you imagine was their fate? Would you not suppose that democratic Senators, like those from Michigan, would at once bow to the mandates of the people? Would not Qcn. Cass, at laast, who exulted so in tho passage of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 February 1855

II. Y7. 1:s Citren tia Influences of Urs-y ITotMjlm npoa the antiTta facility witu which the aiaued indignation of tho whole North hai beea eztingulthed by the miserable perfidy of the ocullea American party, U mortijinj. and lorowfully prophte ie. Dy ye&rtof perautent labor, the consience and honor of multitudes of the north hud been aroused. They be gan to see and ralue the real principle i fundamental to the American in sututioua. Under the shallow pretenio that Kaor Kothing log would by and by became the champions of liberty, a now they are of the Protestant faith, thousands have been inveigled into those catacombs' of freedom. One night as well study optics among tie pyramids of Egypt, or the sub terraneaa tombs of Rome, as liberty in the secret conclaves eotrolled by hoary knaree versed in political intrigue, who can hardly enough express their surprise and delight to find honest men going into a wide spreadsystem of secret caucusses." Honest men in such places hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 February 1855

Cju fallen ifarmtr. For the Valley Farmer. Mr. Editor: I noticed o article ia jour paper of the 5th inst., on the abject of planting fruit treee. The writer of that article recommend large trees for letting new orchard alto recommeuda a certain nurtery at the place to obtain them. 'ow, it occurs to me that tht in tention of the writer waa to advertiae the nurery of some friend, or whj did he not give the manner of railing. Whether transplanted while in the nursery the manner in which they were planted. As X hare had iome experience within the past few yian, both in cultivating and planting fruit trees, and ihrubbcrjr, I girt aimy opinion, that large trees may b set with safety, if the nurseryman has properly attended to his business. In order to ensure the growth of large trees, they should be transplanted while in the hands of the nurseryman. For proof of the position I take, I will gtre one strong evidence: Mr. John Wood, of Riley, Ohio, had shipto him from an eastern nursery, a l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 March 1855

O r;:v;3 ano'caoincos papeh-dsvo to "ponsion mid domestic hews, mm mmmm oDucnTion, agriculture, and nnmiinmmzw sos&tv. -' ' WHOLE iWUHBER 11-55. vol. n;ni---Ko. u. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1855. v v I ! I I - 1 V I r- II I -V 1 ' -mi : My- ' .... V 1: I- f , t , ' ms! 'nn, torar o , L .ia,. JaatrU, WreekrKle.lad. ' j. tt.'j 'r,-uK"so.i rnsTiTr. . V . WMW 1.-. . . V X -V V l . (-. AU ori ' V mii. NtOil.ltiltuall e... er edrte. 1-1 ' -Jl.lClctTrsFUAOS, v a i A.. . m C-aeel'.or at Uf, Brock.1, Oru, aenl Seal eorver f Pub-lU-,.Are. mS.' V-ATTOK.tST A CCUXi . . il 'uw. ürriaa, X. r, l. Ha ,k.iMtrU.,ti4. St 4. I r'r ' '.-.ATTOSJXT ASD , v ... - . . AI LAW. Orrxe, oter . , i j, Cnvktt.t, lll. 4J '44 , a. .-w. Crrua, orcr powers' I low, -t , lad. , J J, I " .V-ATTO-.tiY AT LAW t h n i ukkie. Ü no i.oa door i u( Ca..ej Haue. BrookvUJe. Ind. Will t lf!xijiuu Deed, tak m4 oer.fMttttM.AfctUiA. .3 . EACni:0!I DIRECTORY. ) 1 r-DSALrauGKociaiMASD . ,Llartl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 March 1855

a fjEWswEB-fiöMjMiwj mwvmmmi o'p im. west vmwn and nmmm mmmnmi ÜTDIAI7A AIIET-ICAU. "rtCnesa ct to rat-rm, to Listarr AR law, HO rTO SWSTi CI, AHB HO ri4 tBALL AWI." T. A. G00DWH7, Editor. ' IIICCXTILLE, ETDIANA. roiDiYi .n.uicH j Our Prohibitory law. It willjwj sceaby our Lejulative items that Cyrus K. Drew, aa incorrigible liquor seller, who represents Vanderburg county, ia the lenate, ha introduced a bill to suspend tna op-j eratlons of the prohibitory law. Of course it will pass the senate, and of course it will not pass the house We regard that law as a fixed fact for at least two years, and then, if it is in operative or unconstitutional ia any featuroi it will bo amended and made more Biringen!. IT NEVER WILL BE REPEALED. - At to the efforts made to provied for resisting it, they will all terminate as did the $50000 contribution in Cincinnati, for that purpose. It will net be resisted. There are not twenty men in this county so foolish a to try it. The history of prohibition ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 March 1855

S Q MM m w ... mich is th 7Miky Party. Dims the Ute exciting political campaign tho Democratic Darty was charNitl bcin- tho Whisky party of the State. We Ulief it is concodcil that the democrats haye tho majority lathe Indiana Senate. This body eTe lia to tte faIs0 cJiarS0 on yesterday, by passing the Tempersco bill m reported from the Committee on that subject, without a single amendment. It is said to bo a strong law. W e Lope, should it pass the House, that it will hare the effect to put a stop to the etils of intcmperanco-Än., From this it would appear that the Democratic party intend to claim .the Prohibitory Law as theirs. We infer the same from a remark in the communication from our correspondent "Vmdex," who does not, it appears, personally endorso tho law. Bat bo thinks the Democratic party jrill sweep the state, ia consequence of this law, by at least 20000, two years hence. All history haying shown that the opponents of prohibitory laws get beat worse and worse every year...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 March 1855

THE VALLEY PARfilBR--DBVO?ED TO THE TRÜE. INTERESTS OF FARMERS MEßHfiNlCS AND WORXifJO MEW. r. Origlnel Sketches. W hare been intending for some time to try our band atsketching'some of the agricultural magnates of this county. We uay notb able to succeed, asd our failure may not only be to ur mortification but the mortification of the unfortunate person who may be merely caricutered by our drawings. But vre will try, and if the originals do not concede the correct- Joha F. Srady, Esq. - ness of our pictures, they may hare this 'Among the mos, active and enter- comfort they need notpay for them, prising of our formers, is the man And now we admonish all good farmwhose name stands at the head of this ers and all very mean ones to look out. sketch, or who is now sitting (uncon- We shall be squinting at them and sciously) for a picture. He is a prom- their farms when they little dream of inent man, and yet it is difficult to it, and the first thing they know they talt him. It is by no ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 March 1855

- - J 1 fc V'XL J' "! -'r 0 ' A HEWS AfJD.BUSSrifiSS PfiPER DEVOTED -TO I'ORÄ AMD- EWS, MÖRAtS, TEß3!PERÄCE, BDUCAIW, ÄCRäCUbTURftlsD -TME-ßBST INÄESflS OP SOCIETV. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9. 1855. ' WHOLE NUMBER IM VOL. XXin-NO. 12. . - - i ' I trftss'unal flfork I. TM. ft'ricu' u alaaa4.Jameaetre'eta,UrookTllle,Utl. TA fw. iniTr" DE3TIST. Valley Houm, c Tia. AU ort warranted. So eharm-o for eiamtnJ Urrtra, ono oor eouvo 01 am lUMfti aJrUe. 4l-ly 1 aa4 AlKroy i Cennieller at I, Hrook itto, lad. Omca, Soata Kail corner of rMailar. 41-1W3. t-t jror SOTT, TTOK?(KV . Tili f I.AW. vrrua, i Uuilaiof, Brookvllle, toJ. COUNSKI.. a. 7, juu-e SI-4J ej JB T- t.S ä Aft ". e vrfMI WJ '. a Au or tea a umso, Brookvillo, InU. 3 'it A Xjr.'WA.K),-ATTOIlEYi rOUSSKLLOM X AT LÄw, vrrua rar Powere' atora, LrookTlUe, Ind. TT0K1 I. EtLLST.-ATTüKSltY AT LW X.JL i'uaiM O r r t an lAAr x auii of Iba Valley lloaee. MrooktUle. Inj. will Uta eeanowledjmeuu of Paed, lata aud ar Ufy U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 March 1855

A NBWSPAPER-CONTAiWifJfi A -BRiSP SUMMARY OP THB WEST PORBSGH 'ArJ0vD0MBS?i0 JfJTBlW6BrJCB. INDIANA AIIEIUCAII. cues r ,rvv.i v. "KIMII iCT T0 TkCTH, TO LIIIITV UW, m wt r, ai ae ritt siutt T. A. GOODWIN, Editor. bsooxtzxxz. nrsiAKA. raiDAi,;iii:cn o. is;j. LOTTKIIS-OAlIBLnO STZAinO. Hating been asted wn j ire persist in refusion to adrertiso for lotteries, we answer, io a few words, that ire regard the buying and aellinjj of lottery ticVcts is a Tcry objectionable feature of gambling, and gambling as ft rcry objectionable feature of steal ing. 'Thia should be satisfactory to alt inquiries. A word of explanation, may howew.be admissible. Ia the decalogue, the short but comprehensive commandment "Thou halt not tea," embraces all that Is said fn reference to fraudulently obtaining the goods of another, or obtaining theo without rendering an equivalent. . It Includes all man er of dishoneslj and fraud, and though custom, or statutory law way implor different rhads of fraud, yd all aro ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 March 1855

tr .-wsf a PAjJBR m m,mwi trnm-mnm n mMmmmwi and jnstrüc p? yomid and old., Forth Aeasrloaa. Tlty Tlncaa, 0 God, It Fower and ? tct.-T.u.. t3-3. . "lij timss an in thr hand," iJiith ths sua of God. And amidst all the fluctuating scto.es of life, the thought tranquilizer hi spirit, and bushes hi tumultuous pusaions. The hand of Oo4 he tiewi the righteous, the merciful, the mottling hand of hi Father, ia etery. trouble, etery sorrow, trery change. Looking btck on the Inexplicablput. around on present fluciuations, and forward to future uncertainties he derivi support and consolation from the devout reflection that hi time are. ever hare been, and ever will be, la Thy hand, O most merciful, rightout, and beneficent Ood. It ie true, th man who hat a right perception of th providence and overeignty of Ood alone, may with intellectual intelligence, approve of this aenüment; for the man of eound inUlleet knows there ie an infinite God, tho Almighty Creator, who upholds and governs the univ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 March 1855

THE VfiMY PßRMEB-DEVOTßO TO THE TRUE STERBET OP FfiRfdERS, MBCHAmcS,' AND VOHRirJC MBfJ. y- -7 ; (jarratr For Ua Valley Farmer. . 'TniOTHY IN MULLS. I'raxkus CocsTr, Feb. 10. FaT) Goodwin: Not long since bt eTOjrsj directed to a field contain JDi? Timothy, but from which n croD -a 4 ' - - 'II of wheat was taten lat harvest. The wheat had been rut la with a drill, and It 1 upon examination the grass is now foondto stand in drills qui,tc similar to what the wheat did. which to me nresenU rather & new idea. As my I svrranemenU are already mado to sow timothy ioed next month on a piece i i l.i i i I grouna woica was sccueu m wuca, last fall, with a drill; I feel some solfeitiii! to learn from those who have I w--w - .ww. i it LaJernarieneUTKmthAiubiect.whether timothy thus town will produce gooa meaaow u wnen wuowmg waeai ceuca ia wao wu iasmaaeu wj. v.: ä.v 1.4 I iU7waPn:Miuafcur.fciuuuäuk0 h that meadows thus put in would malte coanerhay. and give moro room Tor I weeds to ...

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