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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 10 November 1859

. 1 my m Ml 91 'IWI !! 3 : v ii. COLSIXUCR &. IILTCIIl.XSOA, I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. IIenuy Clay. i'lQLlSIlCllS. VOL. 1. EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1859. NO. 12. if ff inflfo Inff V A ir V HI. ur . u i i i rim 1 1 i Tin: iLLi:(;IAli "ITT'ILL be published every Thursday, at 1 the following rates, viz : tYr annum, (payable ia advance) $1.50 It nut paid w ithin the first six mouths, 1.75 U not p.iid until the expiration of year, 2.00 A failure to notify a. discontinuance at the i;iratioii of the term subscribed for will be tju;Jcrcd a new engagement. tlllla OK AUVKltTISlN'O : 1 insertion. 2 do. 3 do. 1 square. (12 line?,) 50 S 75 $1.00 1 squares. (2 Uines.) 1.00 l.oO 2.0') i .iiares. lines.) 1.50 2.00 3,00 over throe weeks and less than three months, i cents per square for each insertion 3 mouths. 0 do. 12 do lines or Jess, : 9 u:ire, (i- lines.) ; -;.ii;in's. I 24 lines.) ; j piares. ( 'M lines.) 1 ilt' a column, i.f i iI:uu:i, Sl.oO $3.00 $3.00 2.T.0 4...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 10 November 1859

II HIL b - I 3?13lo iJLllo glianiasi. K'CHT, TO PK KEPT EKJIIT, WHEN WRONG, TO BE Put KKJHT. i:!:.3iii::G. TUCKS DAY:: :::::N0VK-M15KK 10. W y Is IC f The lending Ijoco-Foco journals; of the country, with that spirit of unfairness which has ever characterized the in, are making a desperate effort to faeten upon the People's I'arty, the responsibilities in cident to the Ilaiper's Ferry Insurrection. JDistarbed so much hy the dissensions and bickerings within their own ranks, they seck now to impart vitality and strenu-th ! to the org-iiiic remains of their old, rotten, worn-out and defunct 1'arry, not indeed upon principle, for that they never had, hut by wiltully and deliberately misrepre senting their opponents. Conscious of their own weakness, but still afflicted with an inordinate appetite for Bower and Plun der, they understand fully the importance of the approaching Presidential contest ; to be successful in which, they grab at the recent insurrection, as drowning men do ht str...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 10 November 1859

TlTUUSi) A Y:::::::::::::::XOVEMDEU 10. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. List of Causes. Sometime since, an crier was made by the Court authorizing ttUJ directing the publication of the trial in all the county papers, the expenses whereof wci e to be paid out of the county To this arrangement there could be u) objection, at leaatou the part of the jriuiers Uat it scerus that the County LYiumisaluucrs, who, in sucJt cases, do uarJ the Treasury with an argna eye, tiilu't altogether like to have the funds j.uauJcreJ iu that foolish way j and the result was, that, at our last argument c c.u-t, their counsel, with the aid of a few other patriotic lawyers, obtained a re vision of the order. We noia publish the iri. 1 list fr December Term as a matter of iocal news : L ST Or CACSE3 FlilST WEEK. M'Keruic (Juir'i AJatus Suae Little Sull.-ell i rorttr Kronuciser i'ronhcisor M'Gonijio's use Dourf!.. vs M Gonigle, vs Penna it. R. Co., vs Asheraft, vs Farrell, va Odtcr, vs Whites, vs White, vs Oram, vs Tiley...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 10 November 1859

U L FORTHE FARMER. " egc'tubles for Xext Spring-. V hile the gardens arc filled with abun dance, and harvest rather than seed time is snooted by the hup? beets, long car rots, an 1 already droojiin-r onions, ono is :rt to ibrzit tit it even uo'.v, this very Sep tember, some of the ve;xetMe seeds should be sown sj ui to have Carly greens, cab bages, onions, etc, next Spring Take a I jok at the carly spinach bed, and not:ce the fine plants up from seed scattered from the riptfticl crop. These plants frequent ly conn out bright iu the Spring, with no care, and furnish a fine supply of "greens," at a time when the gardener is sowing his ordinary vegetables. It is not advisable to trust to this chance product, but select a snot where an early crop of something has already been gathered, spado in a good coat of manure, rake off the bed and sow with spinach. Iu one week the plants will be up and will need hoeing and thin ning. Upon the approach of cold "Winter weather, cover rather lightly...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 17 November 1859

i I I i I OULD RATHER BE RIGHT THAN PRESIDENT. Henry Clat. , . VOL. 1. "f T7"ILL be published every Thursday, at W the following rates, viz : Per annum, (payable io advance) $1.50 If not paid within the first six months, 1.75 If not paid until the expiration of year, 2.00 A failure to notify a discontinuance at the irpiration of the term subscribed for will be considered a new engagement. TB3M3 or advertising: 1 insertion. 2 do. 1 square, (12 lines,) $ 50 $ 75 2 iquares, l lines.) 1.00 1.50 3 gauares, (3C lines,) 1.50 2.00 3 do. $1.00 2.00 3,00 Over three weeks and lens than three months, 2J cents per square ior eacn insertion 3 months. C do. 12 do. $5.00 9.00 12.00 14.00 20.00 I liues or less, 51.50 3.0 1 square, (12 lines,) 2.50 4.50 i squares, (21 lines,) 3 flares. (36 lines,) liaif a column, 4.00 7.00 COO 0.00 10.00 12.00 15.00 22.00 0n column, 35.00 Administrator s anil hxecutor s Notices, 1.75 Professional or Kusines3 Curd?, not ex ceeding 8 lines, with paper, per year, 5.00 H...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 17 November 1859

RIGHT OK lVROXCJ. WitRN RIGHT, TO BE KKPT RIGHT, WdCN' Wao.VC, TO BE PCT 1MC.11T. i:nnsm it;. TIIUIISDAY:: ::NOYKMRER 17. Joshua K. Gitlilings. There ia a good old man living in the State of Ohio, whose name is Joshua R. Giddings. His hair has been wliitened in the service of his country. For years a 1 years he was a representative in Con gress, and whether inside that body or outside of it, hs voice has ever been rais ed, and his hands employed, as we think, in behalf of the Right. Always, the elo quent and zealous advocate of Free Speech and Free Men, he has done much towards the building up of a great Political Party which embodies his sentiments, and which dare promulge and defend them. In the belief that the system of Slavery, as it ex ists in our country, is a great and grievous wrong, he has steadily opposed its growth, and sympathized with the unfortunate victims upon whom its chains are fast ened. For these reasons, we admire Joshua R. Giddings : for these reasons, the Slav...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 17 November 1859

I fllUR.SPAr:::::::::::::::XUVKMBKK 17. LOCAL AND PERSONAL TSE CoUN'TT Paper. If there is any I enterprise which demands the protection M t,f the whole people of a county, it is the j ,eal press. The interests of the county t rc, in a greater or less degree, the inter f I Htsof each and every of its citizens, and ia do fay can tney be so well advanced aj through the medium of a home' news paper. Pevoting itself to these interests, an l sruardin them with a jealous c-e, it 1 becomes at once the friend of the Farmer. I the Mechanic, the Merchant, and indeed of every citizen of the county, no matter : 1 irhat his occupation, business, or profes- I iiun may be. If properly conducted, it is I I the advocate of ji'very local enterprise, ten- jdla.'to the benefit of the community: it 1 excites public seutimeut on every subject I of importance ; it gives the news of the I county; and tells us what its people are leiiiraed in what, they are raising, nianu jtieturing, buying, selling where th...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 17 November 1859

FORTHE FARMER. Saving- Seed Cum. Farmers who have not already attend ed to this mutter, should not delay a day longer to think of it. The earliest ears should always be selected for seed. The best farmers all know this, yet it is be lieved that a large portioa of them delay till harvest time, when it is not possible to distinguish the earliest ears Irom such as ripen a week or two later. It is poor business to look for the best ears in the corn-bin after harvesting, as many do, or even at the time ot husking, tlr it is well known th:it some large and fair ears, as they seem on husLiug, are several days behind the tirst The only good mode is to go iuto the field where only the best ears are glazed. As our tseiisons are not all of them lorn; enough to ripen corn, it is important to gain a single week by saving the very earliest, aad this no doubt we can do by paying due attention. Much complaint has been made within a year or two from various quarters of the failure of seed corn to ve...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 24 November 1859

i " ' jJ itS H fi fill i . - . UOLSIXGCR & IIUTCIIIXSOX, I WOULD RATIIER EE RIGHT THAN TREtilDENT. Hesky Clay. i'i hi.imii:rs. VOL. 1. THE ALLLGIIIMW TILL be published every Thursday, at trie touowiug rates, viz Per annum, (payable in advance) $1.50 It not paid within the first six months, 1.75 If uot paid until the expiration of year, 2.00 A failure to notify, a discontinuance at the tnuration of the term subscribed for will be fcjuaiJered a new engagement, i TERMS of advertising: 11 insertion. 2 do. square, (12 lines.) $ 50 $ 73 squares, (1 lines,) 1.00 1.50 1 squares, (3'j lines,) 1.50 2.00 3 do. $1.00 2.00 3,00 Over three weeks and less than three month l'j cents per square t r each insertion 3 months. C do. 12 do. lines or less, J square, (12 line3.) J squares, ( 24 lines, ) juares, (30 lines,) fill" a column, $1.50 $3.00 $5.00 2.50 4.50 9.00 4.00 7.00 12.00 COO 9.00 14.00 10.00 12.00 20.00 15.00 22.00 35.00 C'se column, i Itninistrator's and Executor's Notices, 1.75 'rvtes...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 24 November 1859

HI L iuuezt on iyuio:sc. when Bicnr, to crrr hight, WH KM WHOJrt, 70 BZ PCT KICHT. THUnSDAY:::::::::::::::NOS'KMr,Kn 24. PEOPL73 STAfirOONVKNTuVx. Tha Citixms- of Pennsylvania opposed to the Principles n: Measures of th? present National Administration, and to the Election of men Lo otuoe who sastaia those Principle and Meas .-res, ure requested to meet in their respectiTo counties, and to elect lclt gates equal iu BUinlitr to their Representatives ia the General As.iemblr, to a. PEOPLE S STATS CONVENTION to be In 1 tut II AR'tlSUc, '!;;, on "lYetlsie-ulaj , 5Vnuirj '2d,lSCO, at 12 o'clock, M., to indicate their choice for the next Presidency, nominate a candidate for Governor, form tin KIcotural Ticket, ap point Senatorial, and to designate the time and modo of electing District Delegate to t!ie National Convention, aa I to transact such other businesa as may be deemed necessary to ensure success at the General Election. LEVI KLINE, Chairman People's Stute Execu'ire Cowuttee. Mutes...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 24 November 1859

Tlx o illlo sIxjexxilJLcvieb. . I HI" US DA V::::::::: :NOVEMBEU 24. LOCAL AND PERSONAL A Xor.T.E Act. The Johnstown R:ho, ,.f last week, jrive its readers the follow i;:' view of one of the many liriedit sj,ts ;M t!u lile anil character of Isaac Wike, otAVilniere. "We do not know when we have read anything with greater pleas ure: oiuc years ago, in the palmy days of the Allegheny Portatre Kail read, we Pt on the freight train ut Wilmore to r:lo to the head of lime No. 1. On the w.-iv 1 ivri, a short distance below the 'll.-ilf Way House," r.ow Summorhill, a small child was seen sitting directly on the rail of the track on 'which we were running. Wc saw the child, and the sight c:'.usol the Mood to tingle in our veins. In a:i instant the engineer wihistlcl down Irakis and reversed the engine, hut the headway of the heavy train could not he sudJeiily checked, r.nd we were rushing last toward the unconscious child. "While we felt that the death of the child was in evitable, the firema...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 24 November 1859

II 4 FORT He FARMER'. CO US T K T LIFE. How sacred and how innocent A co'ip.try life uppears, How free from tumult, discontent, From ti-.Utery or fears I This was the first and hanpiest life, Whtu mau enjoyed himself, Till pride exchsr.ged peace for ELrife, And happiness for pelf. 'Twas here the poets were inspired, Here taught ti e multitude; The bravo they here with honor fired, And civilized the rude. That golden age did eiitertoia No passion but of love : The thoughts of ruliu cud of quia Did ne'er their fancies move. Them that do covet only rest, A cotta; v. ill suffice; It is not ".nrve to be possessed Of earth, but to despise. Opinion is the rate of things, From hence our peace doth How; I have a better fate than Liugs, Because I think it so. When all the stormy world dolli roar, How unconcerned a.n 1 ! I cannot fear to tumble lower, Who novcr could be high. Secure in these unenvied walls, I think not on the state, And pity no man's case that falls From his ambition's height....

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 1 December 1859

I 1 ii I WOULD RATIIER BE RIGHT Til AN PRESIDENT. Hks by Clay. PlDUSnEKg. VOL. 1. JlAEjMHIAN'' DIRECTORY. LIST OF IOST OFFICES. I W (Mas. jjirnn's t'reek, fJU-thel Station, JCurro'.ltown, h'hta Spring.?, Vrcsson, iEhensl.iurjr. Timber, jiuiUitzin, 4'.W-a ('imneU, ll'iiili)k, Johnstown, p.orctto, 'linenil Point, (mister, J'liittsvi'llc, lUt-flaii'l, Ft. Augustine, frrtlp Level, jvinuiK-rliill, timmit, Vilmoro, Post Masters. Joseph Graham, Joseph S Mardis, Henjamin Wirtner, I):inl. Litzinger, Districts. Yoder. Blacklick. Carroll. Chest. John J. Troxell, M. C. M Cajrue, Isaac Thompson, J. M. Christy, Joseph Hill, Wm. M'Gongh, II. A. Hoggs, Wru. (iwiini, E. Wissinger, A. Durbin, Francis Clement, Andrew J. Ferra! G. W. Bowruan, Joseph Moyer, George Conrad, I). M Colgan, Wm. Murray, Miss M. Gillespie Andrew Beck, Washint'n. Kbensburg. White. Gallitzin. Chest. Washt'n. Joh nst'wn. Loretto. Conem'gh. Munster. Conem'gh. Susi'han. White. Clearfield. Richland. Washt'n. Croyle. Washt'n. S'tnnie...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 1 December 1859

It I ; EST OK WKOXG. WHKX RIGHT, TO BE KEPT RIGHT, WIIEX WRONG, TO BE PUT RIGHT. eiiexsiserg. TIIUriSDAY:::::::::::::::::DKCKMBER 1. 'PEOPLE'S STATE CONVENTION. A. " The Citizens of Pennsylvania opposed to the Principles and Measures of the present Natioual Administration, anil to the Election of men to office who sustain those Principles and Measures, are requested to meet in their respective counties, and to elect Delegates equal in number to their Representatives in the General Assembly, to a PEOPLE'S STATE CONVENTION" to be held at HARRISBURG, on Wednesday, February 22d,lSGO, at 12 o'clock, M., to indicate their choice for the nest Presidency, nominate a candidate for Governor, forni an Electoral Ticket, ap point Senatorial, and to designate the time nnd mode of electing District Delegates to the National Convention, and to transact such other business as mar be deemed necessary to ensure success at the General Election. LEVI KLINE, Chairman People's State Executive Committee. 1...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 1 December 1859

I TXxo -A.llosli,iiian. TlirilSDAV::::::::: :Dece.mbi:r 1. LOCAL AND PERSONAL . : Sheriff's Sale.' A largo quantity of real c.-tate is now under execution, and will le exposed by tlio Sheriff to sale on .M.ui'Liy, the iirstday of the coming court. l,r the benefit of our readers we publish tlu' following abstract, giving the names (,t' the defendants, the localities of the lands, the number of acres in each tract, thu number of acres cleared, and noting the improvements. The sale will begin on Monday, at One o'clock, P. M., and will be adjourned from day to day until the same hour ou the following Wednes day : Henry Harber, St. Augustine, Clearfield Tp., four lots, with two story frame Tavern House unit tram--.' stable. Abraham ('rum, Summerhill Tp., r.00 acres, H i iiith cleared, with 2 hewed log barns, a hi-wed log house and a cabin house. li.ihert Burgoon, Washington Tp., 100 acres, T.ij :i-rcs cleareJ, with a two-story log house iiml frame haru. Henry Lloyd. Susquehanna Tp., 170 ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 1 December 1859

i 1 FOR THE FARMER. Earmln? as a Vocation. ".Fbr fAe ic cs&7y calculated to give far mer an adequate conception of the nature ami worth ef their vocation. The life of the farmer has ever been considered, by himself . one of toll and drudgery, bat 'with how much reason, it ( may bo well to ask, to investigate, and be--come satisfied. It is the lot of man in general to have an ocupation. If not nec essary for a living, it is made a means of obtaining wealth, fame, or power. A lew, born to wealth or title, pursue no calling but that of pleasure. Such lead miserable lives, and do little or no good in the world. Lis appointed unto all men to work. It is necessary to health, strength, comfort, and happiness. To work, it is not necessary to guide the plow or harrow, to wield the xe or scythe, to sow or reap. There are other kinds of work, equally laborious and lktiguing, other occupations more wear ing to the system, and attended with less pleasure. In this country, there are more men ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 December 1859

' ' BOLSIGER Si UTTCIIIXSOX, VOL. 1. "ALLEGHANi&N" DIRECTORY. list or post orrscts. rott Oplces. Bonn's C'reoii, Utfth:-; Sutioa, Orrolltoiva, Oosi .-.prin-js, Cbt-aajur,;. fallen i'iiuber, t'...!liuin, (.m-u Council, Hvinlojk, Ju!intuva, L r-uo, Miiierul Point, iV Masters. Districts. Joseph Graham, Voder. Joseph .S M.irdis, lilac klick. Deajarnia U'irtncr, Carroll. Duul. L:tzin0'er, Cheat. John J. Troxell, AV M. C. M'Caguc, Isaac Thompson, J. M. Christy, Joseph Gill. "Vn. MGcugh, II. A. Loggs, :a. Gwiuj, E. Wissinjcr, A. Durbin, Francis Clement, Andrew J. Ferral G. V. Dowm in, Joseph .Mover, Georg.; Cour.i-1, R. M Colgan, Kbensburg. White. Gallitzia. Chest. Washt'n. Jounst'wn. Loretto. Couem'gh. JIunster. Conem'gh. Sasq'han. White. Clcarl:-:i. Richland. Washt'n. Crovle. Washt'n. S'umierhill. f iljuiter, l'Uluvilie, Kj.ii'Uad, ft. A a j tine, .S:.ii; L.-vvl, .mm in, i: i.il::U-rhill, ua:u;t, Wilaiure, in. .Murrav M:si M. G iej;it Andrew Reck, (III RCIICS, MIXISTCRS, &c. r.-e...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 December 1859

! .J i ' niGiiT on wno.vG. WHKX RIGHT, TO BE KKPT RIGHT, WilE.V WROXO, TO BE PCT RIGHT. TIIUIiSDAY:::::::::::::::DECEMEU8. 1 PEOPLE'S STATE CONVENTION. The Citizens of Pennsylvania opposed to the Principles and Measures of the present National Administration, and to the Election of men to oflice who sustain thoae Principles and Measures, are requested to meet in their respective counties, and to elect Delegates ejual in number to their Representatives in the General Assembly, to a PEOPLE'S STATE CONVENTION to be held at II ARRISBURG, on Wednesdu), February 32d,lS60, at 12 o'clock, M., to indicate their choice for tho next Presidency, nominate a candidate for Governor form, an Electoral Ticket, ap point Senatorial,, and to designate the time and mode of electing District Delegates to the National Convention, and to transact such other business as may be deemed necessary to eusure success at the General Elt-ctiou. LEVI KLINE, CSjir.-n'tn Perle's Slate Executive Cwiwri'-tce. PEOPLE'S C...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 December 1859

J LI ii. . TjlO Alio yiUHSDAY:::::::::::: DECEMBER 8. Ilocaiaand personal. To out Patrons. Complaints have 't vliel us from various quarters, to the frcd, that ome of our subscribers are not in ru!ar receipt of their papers, and a few 0..l have intimated that the fault is i f ih u. Xow we assure our friends, and .-cially those residing': in the country, i jiat wo are not to blame in this matter. j u:ni"Ji;itely ai'tcr each number is issued, I L I ! 1 t J A 1 i t j uuiiMiers paeh. up, uirect, ana con- .y to the Post Office, the paper of every I subscriber, and this certainly is all jat uur friends have any reason to ex ; . rt from them. So far as our town sub i irihtrs are concerned, we believe that, in i future, they will have no reason for com- f u . i x... p.uni-. v7ax i-.iiin-i n uun juumiar wnn jjiu all, and with their places of resi st nee, and we doubt not will take care tht they are faithfully supplied. Should be mistaken in this, however, we will tt ink our friends to give u...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alleghenian. — 8 December 1859

FORTHE FARMER. A Correct Yioiv. lie who limits his views of agriculture to proa net ion only, cau have but an ira parfect idea of the subject. lie has look ed at it iii but one of its aspects. To com prehend it fully, he mast embrace a much wider field of iinjairy, and understand not merely how the earth can be made to yield it.s richest returns to the husband man, but also how three returns cau be nnctc most available for his comfort and happiness. Ox' what value is production, without consumption? Of what use are abundant crops, unless some fair equivalent can be obtained fur the surplus over the wants of the producer? A correct view of the arricultnre of a country, therefore, mint embrace the con sideration, no: only of the modes by which the largest crops can bo raised, but also of the means by which they can bo b-.st dis posed of; or, in other words, how the best markets can be provided, and the best prices maintained. The function of agriculture is to pro duce of manufactures ...

Publication Title: Alleghenian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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