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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 15 November 1854

fiM flip" TfSt "" - i J,lU'i -M-.IJ.I . .1 .. 1 " "'" - -' , ' ' o o o o VOL. II. runi.isiiEf) vrcr.Ki.S' nr JNO. W. & SAII'L 2. O'BRIEN. Office on Cedt'r Street, Kit if the J'uLlie S'l'iure TEIlMs: Two Uoi.i.Ai.s in n.lvrinci': Two Doi. Ltrts ani FiftV Ckvts in 3t months, TnnicE Dol lars nt the expiration of the year. Aiivkisti.skmexts biseited ;it $1 per 8 juare fur the Cr.it, aaJ 50 cents f.i -j:i-Ii sabsc.iuunt insertion. rsAiit.r 1! AT..S. Frofcia-.onnl Caius. (five lines.).... " " trnarc than live lines.).... Quarter of cohirnn. ...... Half column One eii'minn Announcing run. dilates, ( a il v a n c e . ) .ty?-A.llres! Vl-c I'uhlislios. '-I'uld $ 5 1(1 184 ::7i 7; LOUDON WEDNESDAY, NUVEMUER. 13. The cholera has. it is sai l, disarm -a red fn in M,ri;.,.l.r, V... t!,.n. W J. Faulkner has recovered front a severe attack. F:iKKM.vsov:sY is Onto. The recent session o' the (Jr.md Lodge of Ohio granted cl.Mti ts for lo new Lodges. AcstiiaU... Ten thousand pounds have j been subs...

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. — 15 November 1854

BY J. V. & S. B. O'lIRICX. LO UPON: SATURDAY ::::::: NOVEMBER, 1, 1154. J The Rev. Mr. Gat will hold servijs and preach at the Presbyterian Church on Sunday next, (the 19th,) at the usual hours of service. Georgia State Fair. Tfee Annual Fair of the Southern Central Agricultural Society has been postponed until the first Monday in December, when it will be held at Augusta. Ample preparations are now being made to accommodate all who may attend with their stock and products. iST H. K Walker Esq., of the True Whig, Nasnville, who parsed through here at night, in noticing our Hotels, was mistaken in the number, we have three; viz: Leuty's Hotel, G. W. Mayo Proprietor; Marshall Ilouse, byJas Johnson, and the Jefferson Ho'.iso, by E. D. Hoss. CST 'Tis said Gen. Sam. Houston- of Texas, approves the Know Nothing movement. Our 'old' friend "Sinex" 'pitches in' to the task of advising the bachelors. That is all well enough they need something, or the like, and Sinex i3 the man to admoni&...

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. — 15 November 1854

LOUDON: Saturday, : Nov. 18, 185-1. COMMERCIAL. LOUDON PRODUCE MARKET. APPLES: IRolled,- 4i5 T3reen, p bu8heL10D(aij!lIoop 67 Dried, pealed ?5l52 Nail Rod 6J7 onpes.le.....55S0 Pig Metal.ft ton,$3500 BUTTR,1 ft ...1016 KROUT: Apple Butter,gal5075l bbl $34 BACON,Ib 8;'0 bushel 5075 BEANS: LARD, lb 9(o10 White, bushel, 6075LUMBER, qr...2b(a,?,Xi Mixed do 5060jFence posts, each, 10(12 BEEF: NAILS: Ilindqr.tb 61(a) 5 Cut,..p lb 57 Fore do 2i(o 3 1 Wrought, do 12i00 Hams, dried, lb 78 POTATOES: Shoulders do ...3J(a4 Jrish, p bushel,....5060 BEESWAX, lb 2025!Early seed, do OOfa.OO CLOVERSEED: jSweeL do 50(75 bushel none iPGRK, "p. lb 4i($5 CORN MEAL PEACHES: 1 bushel 75$1 Unpealcd, f hu. f 1 (??, 1 25 CHEESE: 1 Pealed $1 25150 C o u n t r y , r3 lb 1 0 (S, 1 2 F E A T H E R S , lb 3 5 (d) 4 0 Cheshire. ..do 1418. FLAXSEED. V bu. (a.60 CHICKENS: GRAIN: Each !0(&12Wlieat, bush. 120f$lP,0 CABBAGES 40x6. Ccrn. Id 75(u.00 EGGS, 3 dozen.... (7ilo!ots, do. ?,5(4tl FLOUR: Rye do 80,-i.00 S. F...

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. — 15 November 1854

AUTUMN LEAVES. The suturun learo! die autumn leaves! They fall and die in the mournful blast, And a strange wiM thought ni? hert conciev'a In their j:ho8t-like chores of the )ast; 0 'Twas thus ihef fell in year jioii e Thus thej will fall as time rolls on. And even thus mail's spirit grieves O'er withered hopes, like autumn leaves. The coIl wind sweeps thn barren fields And whistles through the withered grass, The humid earth no fragrance yields. And lars jrrow chiller a their pass. Thus'humati hearts grow chill with years, Thus human joys are da uped in tears, And man distrusts what lonr deceives, Aud reads his fate in autumn leaves. The autumn leaves are senr ami dead! The autumn fields are bare and chil'.! their fragrance gone, their verdure fled, But beauty langs about them still. Thus may we, as we paa away, In virtue hide the heart' decay. And find iu faith what faith believes A gentle fall like autumn leaves. The autumn leaves! the autumn leaves! They wither, die, and p iss a...

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. — 27 November 1854

J 4 v., c,: Ml ,) V.. ; . . ' V ' - 1-7'. ; : :"! V'. ? ' O t V I Or YOL. II. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, NOVEMBER 27, 1854. NO. 49; o ... pi iLisnF.n wkkklt Br JNO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BMEN. CJ?ic on Cedar Street, Eutt of the J'nblic Sar TERMS: Two Duli.aus iu advance; Two Dol lars and Firrr Cksts in fix months; Thrke Dol lars at the expiration of the year. Advertiskhknts inverted at $1 per tquarc fur the first, and 50 ceuts for each subsequent insertion. TEARLT KATES. Professional Cords, (five lines.) " " (more than tire lines,)...., Quarter of column . Half column One column Announcing candidates, (advance,) iajAddresg the Publishers. Putt-1' aid. I i 10 14 374 ! 75 $3 LOUDON : MONDAY, :-::: NOVEMBER. 27. EXCITEMENT AT BUFFALO Cleveland. Nov. 14. Dr Ackley, a special depositor of $3,000 iu the Canal Bank, as State Commissioner for the erection of the Insane Asylum at Newbury, attempted to get possession by law as assignee, lut was refuesed the key if of the bank safe, wherci pi nihe bhei ...

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. — 27 November 1854

BY J. V. Jfc S. Ii. o'nRIEN. LOUD ON : TUESDAY : NOVEMBER, 28, 1854. ItF We learn from the last Chattanooga Gazette that Father Parham, has returned e home from Jasper! and altho ugh "he will not throw out any programme of his future editorial relations," he does venture to "promise, no pre venting Providence, to gain a liberal share of the praises of the public" 'And when be bad raised himself np in the wilderness, the people with two accord said praise ye him.' Killed. The Fayetteville Observer is in formed that an affray took place a few days since at Camargo, in that county, between Mr. Smith and Mr. Patterson, in which the latter was shot, instantly kilting him. Winter. Summer, with her flowers and her gentle breezes has been followed by the bracing winds of Autumn soon to be succeeded by chill blasts of Winter. Then it will be as natnral for the man who would enjoy life to think of a good Stove or other institution of comfort, as it would be for the farmer to enquire where he ...

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. — 27 November 1854

LOUDON: 'Tuesday : t t t : Nov. 28, 1854. Pork. We notice large lots of hogs passing Wmost dailj through this city, intended for Southern markets. The present idea is that pork be scarce and high, and we thiuk the idea pretty correct; at least in this section of icounlry, foe it appears that Vul pork will all go Mow. Messrs. C. . Wellborn, Underwood, fend others, are row butchering some four or five hundred in this place, which they intend td bacon. Several persons in the neighborhood tof Dalton, refuse to sell pork now, preferino- to Won it, and wait for higher prices. Prices are tanging from 5 to 6 and 8 cents nett. We think, in all conscience that is high enough. If t gets much higher, it will be scrace with us next rear, at all events. Dalton Times. CANADIAN AFFAIRS Quebec, Nov. 18. The Legislative Assem My last night unanimously vcted 100,000 to the widows and orphanans of the soldiars of the allied forces who have fallen in the Eastern war. The Government proposes to alter the...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 27 November 1854

Bw gaitta ptt rcss. For "Loudjn Free Press." Tlie Faded Rose. IVidicalcd to J II. II, Bel Clay, Ga. BY GI.AD1CS. The rose mny fade with nil its ht es, Aim! nil its frajrrance cease to flow; But still I love and oan't abuse, The stem on which it once did grow. So with the rl I once did luve, AUh-mh her rosy tints arc gone; But still she is ti rentle dove, Stil1 clad with virtue's modest form. Some twenty years have passed away, Since first I loved lu-r maiden charms, And still they're fresh as blooms in May Entwined aroiuui sweet Flora's arvns. Our time in peace has sweetly flown Alon the happy stream of liff, We have a rose bud nearly grown, She'll make some man a lovely wife. We have some seven younger bloomt, In youthful training by our side; They all can cook and sweep the rooms, Some di.y each one will make a bride. We've labored hard to train them up Dowstic kuo-!edire for to know; Joy will fi'd the parental cup. If they in virtue still will grow. We're teaching them to read an...

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

, , ,.,-, r-r u "yrr .;i::i:r .it . .t rta : H O a U CJ . Tf : : ::::: .7 M'-;i'' !" iT ) VOL: II. LOUDON, "TENNESSEE, DECEMBER 6 1854. NO: oO. T . 0 o P-rBMSHFD WEEKI.V BT JNO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEN. OJice on Vtditr Street, Ent of tlie Public Square . TERMS: Two Dollars in advance; Tw o Dol lars and Fiftv Cknts in fix moiitbg; Thkeb Dol lars at the expiration of tlie j-ear. Avertiskvr-nts inserted at $1 fer square fur the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. "T tkahi.y rates. ! Profewional Cards, (five linef,).. ........ ........ ' " (more than five lines,). .., ' Quarter of column. Half column...... One column , ..... Announcing canilidntcs, (aJfince,) : ffAdMresf tlie PuMisliors. Pimt-J'nid. $ 5 10 H 75 $3 LOUDON : WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER, C. Heqry Bank Uobbery. ' 1 - New York; Nov. 23d. Tlie feller in the American Exchange Bank, in this city, lias been . detected in embezzling $137j500, by the means of certified checks of irresponsible parties. PosfnJire UoLbery Ba...

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. — 6 December 1854

- V BY J. Wm A s. B. CVBKICX. LOU D O N : "WEDNESDAY, DEC 6, 1854. The Rlue Ridge Railroad and IU Kentucky Couuec ioii. When capitalists invest stock in railroad improvements, in these days of electro tele graphs, wbea every thing is done on the fast lin, they do so with the object of making their stock pay; and as railroads when built, are per manent improvements, it is a matter of consid- . eration, that the nearest, as- well as the cheapest route be selected one that can challenge competition with any other parallel line of rail way that may subsequently be constructed; . aud one that will form the desired connexions with the shortest possible distance of extra road, and the least daily extra wear and tear of locomotives and cars in running upon it Such seems to be the policy of the Dlue Ridge Company, as will be seen by the following letter from the contractor, Mr. Bangs, to Gen. Les lie Combs, of Kentucky: Pendleton, S. C, Nov. 17, 1654. Sta: This road will undoubtedly terminat...

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. — 6 December 1854

LOtJD 0 Ns 28, 1834. Married, on tW u1t.,Sv the Rev. Sanvl. l . bmith, A. D. MarVis, of this place, to Mis3 Jci.ia q.JoHxsiox, near Jonesville, Yadkin S Another Tint in the chain of Telie'ity maj their jovs Le perpetuti. New Adrertr&n-ettg. Joseph Anderson- & Sox, extend a special invitation to the public, to call and see their New.,GoxIs. They are just receiving their goods and would like for ihe people to see them. Voottov i Hou.owjy's card will inform traders where to send their Pooduee. Larre profits are sometimes realized by traders, jnst "by Wine a great deal of produce and some one to send them the money for it. Jst hhvk 'of the advantage otfe may have, willyoul Cfi? R n,Ci..,n . Vt: t -A S.j.-; i advertisement it will be seen Thsrt Ynoney can be economically invested nt the several Depots on the E. T. Sz Ca-. railroad when .yon wish to remove "poods, wares ind merchandize' A train on the CtdumbtaRailroad was thrown from the trnck. twenty-four miles from Harris bnrpr,...

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. — 6 December 1854

. ... "Only Walling." V ;, , . ... A very aged man in an almshouse was asked whafc he was doing? He replied "Onlj vait- .ing. Only waiting till the shadows Are a little longer grown, ,T" , Only waiting till the glimer :f Of the day's last beam is flown; t Till the night of earth is faded" "From the heart once full of day; ' v Till the stars of Heaven are breaking Through the twilight soft and graj.' Only waiting till the reapers ' . -Have the last sheaf gathertd home; For the summer time is faded, And the autumn winds have come. Quickly, reapers! gather quickly . The last ripo honrs of my heart, For the bloom of life is withered, And I hasten to depart. Only waiting till the angels Open wide the mystic gate, . At whose feet I long have lingered, Weary, poor and desolate. Even now I hear their footsteps And their voices far away; If they call me, I am waiting, Only waiting to obey. Ouly waiting till the s'aadows ' Are a little longer grown, Only waiting till the glimmer Of theay'a la...

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. — 13 December 1854

4 - O If ' VOL. IL LOUDON, TENNESSEE; DECEMBER 13, 1854, no. si: mivsssx i t wr o rrnMsnrn wkkklt Br JNO. W. & SAM'L b. obkien. OJjict oh Cedar Sirect, Eait of the Public Square assert the doctrine, that free ships make free TERMS: Two DulLaks in aJvance: TwoDol- tAns asd Fifty Cksts in fix mouths; Tiikee Dol " la its at ..tie expiration of the year. AwvEitTis'EMKSTs inserted at $1 per square for the first, and 50 cents' fur each eubecquent insertion. YEARLY RATES. Trofeiisional Cards, (Gve line,) " " (more thau five lines,)... Quarter of column.... Half col mn u . One column Announcing candidates, (advance,)...-.. -Address the Publishers. Punt-J'aid. .Dnnr.:..,.1n ..!...: .l '.!... tUk T,v. : . i i i J . - ". , l i , (A. 'X'lIIHU HtC l'l tlUttj 1 1 HJ IMOUU1.13 " H. l 1 1 I IlllJI'Iii 1 1 .S , II, IlilVIl,r If'.'t'll nruces contrs-,ofdlcUlitcrl8tsUcsmentioilp(!iatUe frp0 iist i deceive.! as to their real obiect. The other, band of war: a doctrine winch from the very ! of Uie tr...

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 December 1854

- v nY J. XV. & S. 11. O'BRIEN. LOU D O N WEDNESDAY, : : DEC. 13, 1854. "Thero is & tide in the affairs of men" "a niche of lime" when all dces to this Office would gladly be received, in order to enable us the more gracefully to "fork over." Examine your 'Port Money"' ice have consulted the Alma"ao,and according to minute astronomical i financial ca'eulaticns there never WHS.andpcr laps never will be, a more favorabie time to make remitt.'.nces, than the one between lhi3 and t January, next. Don't take our Word for H, tint just try the experiment! For fur ther particulars we refer you to the President's Message, which will be found on the outside of to-days paper. The Message is too long, yet it embraces as great variety, perhaps, as we could select on the various subjects of public policy upon which it treats for there also seems t ) be h tide in the affairs of nations. Read the document and learn that this great nation is prosperous and happy send us the "chink,'" that 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. — 13 December 1854

A o 4 t V o 0' I T 1 LOUD 0 IT: HEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TTHEIATLANTA REPUBLICAN,! I S thc tille of a wo-kly newspaper published in 1 X the crty of Atlanta, tit two dollars per annum, in advance. ' It is by far tlie best paper published in thru citv, ' and contains a Price Current carefully an ar-ed 1 and corrected weekly. . ..-' " ' : Those who lesir to rend and see a weekly report of the prices of the lead- n' nn u a tmiiiT it ....1 ...i i .1.. . r . .7..M riT-Iiw , e.AU" ra'MJKiI' viun iui; -iiuwimii." ! 1 vsi 3lasicr.s, and our friends and acquaintances generally m Llicrokee Georgia, and in Tennessee, ! arc rc.-pcrtjully resetted u act as Agents iu cx- ; tending the circuhuxaiof our aer. , ,. I " 'JAMES li. SMITHI U . 3n-2-51 A. G. WARE. . . . j ti,,"r- j 3?mi.4 ZTTZXiS! HTJZZX.f3 11 VE.W"1 1,ay ,llc ""Sliest cash price for 100,000 .IT l:ur Skins. . . SU,M( Opossum. . 3().((0!) R. Coon. 10,000 Fox and Wild eat.' : ' 5 OOO Mink and Musk Rat. 0,OO Ott-r mid Heaver.. LOUDON tin; COMPANY...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 13 December 1854

inadequate detachment of troops have under taken to furnish the needed aid. Without increase of the military force, these 8Cnea will be npate!, it is to b feared on a l.trer scale, and with more disastrous consequences. Con press, I am suref-vrill perceive thut the plainest duties and responsibilities of government are involved in this question, and I doubt not th:it nrmnnt w-imi tuav l confidently antici pated when delay must be attended by such fearful hazards. The bill of the last session, providing for an increase of the pay of the rank and file of the arm has had lieneficial results, not only in facilitating enliststnents, but in obvious im provement in the class of men who enter the service. I rexret that corresponding considera tion was not bestowed on the officers, ho, in view of their character and services, and the expenses to which hey are necessarily subject, receive at present what is. in ray judgement, inadequate compensation. The valuable services constantly rendered ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 December 1854

: " . ' . .7" v ' : - y i. VOL. II. LOUDON, TENNESSEE DECEMBER 21, 1854. NO.. 52. o O pcblishm weeklt bt JNO. W. & SAH'L B. O EiliEN. ' West these great poiuls of trade, the nearer is lth, That rail roads arc now in. progress ; from Charleston brought to them, as compared with ' through Kentucky to meet us, to which -that ! Folk OJice oh Cedar S'rft, Lnt of the I'ubUc Square cities north of lier. In time they must become, State would give no aid in 1S3G, and that these ! trc, o TEKM3: Two dJllaks in advance: TwoDol- ! from their greater proximity, more valuable to rail roads will connect our State, by the Blue 1 and ' lirs A.vi Fifty Ckxts in eix months; Thhke Dol- I jier tt)ail . Cincinnati as from them Also rail oa v, 't51 tae innumerable rail roads Blue "t'r '.irtT. ..., for ,h. ' roads divert in almost countless numbers to f Cincinnati, Louisville, Evansvile, &c, di-j ed a, Crt, and at) cents for each suWcon-nt insertion. f l raivPS an(i ,t,p Mississippi, i vero"or to ,!...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 December 1854

t Wit, . . V nv j. w. & s. n. o'brikx. LOUD O N : THURSDAY, : : : : DEC. 21, 1S54. Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the Stockholders of the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad com pany commences in Aliens on the 1st Monday in J anuary next. t& We learn that the Superintendent of the Georgia mil road has given orders to the Agents of the road not to receive any money in payment for freight or passage except bills payable at Charleston, Augusta and Savannah. If this beUrue, it is a perfect outrage npon the traveling public, and a disgrace to the former noble reputation of the commonwealth of Georgia, who do,or shou'd control the affairs of that road. This is monopoly with a ven- gence, and shows a willingness to depreciate in value the issues of the Tennessee Banks, and that too, greatly to the inconvenience of travel ers and shipper.-: of Produce and Merchandise. If such is the game that is to be played, the sooner the Rabun Gap road is completed the better for the peopl...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 December 1854

f" tf O o LOUDON: Dec 31, 1854 Remciois Notice. There will be preaching in this place on next Sabbath by Ilsv'jr. J. II. AciTr and W. J. Owixgs. Nashville, Term., t)cc. 15, 1S51. Samuel J?-- SirT I address you a few Hues to night because I have nothing else to do. I am alone again, and you may infer I am eter nally alone, and it cornea very near being just that way, for when ray friend II , gets it into bis head to go a sparkin' you may as well attempt to reason a man out of his politics, as to prevent him for so he will. And he is gone to see Miss Mollis to night inspite of any tneans I could suggest to prevent him. You never saw a fellow in such a fix, he had Egits all over him, until he got gone. I scarce ly know what's going to come of him, he is go ing it at a desperate rate. However in the event I will inform 7youof his success. I wrote you a few days ag, as you recollect uo doubt, part of which I considered private, but you took the liberty to publish the entire letter. Now h...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 December 1854

1 j ..:.-; '' ' ) V AGRICULTURAL. Seasons why every Farmer should Pur sue his nusiwess as a Science. 1. Because Agriculture is a Science, Every raan who has pursued even moderate- I ly the Science of Vegetable Physiology, under-; Btands perfectly that almost all the, modern improvements in frnit culture have been made, i because men have devoted themselves to the study of the great facts in regard to the growth j ol plants and trees; tne circumstances in aiv.cii they Uoarish most: the chemical analysis of the elemsnts which compose them, and the modifi cations of which they are susceptible, by proper j care and cultivation.' Jua.t so in respect of the ! various soils which the farmer has to manage. ! Jf he knows the chemical elements which com- j pose them, and those which compose the vari- j ous products he wishes to grow, he will 1h? able j to adapt his crop to his soil, and his manures j to both, in a way w;hich will prove to all that ; Agriculture has its laws; and that acting i...

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