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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 January 1857

.9911 I i ! . NEWS AMD BUSINESS PAPER-DEVOTED TO P0RB8CN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, AND THE SEST INTERESTS OF SOCIETY. VOL. XXV.-NO. 1 BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 1252. Choice tyatUi thk Bi HiAL or .nOSES, "Aad Ha barted him ta a Hey In iho, land of Moab,oer agelaat Baihpoor; bat do nun know, elh of hl wpulchr onto this day." Ost'-r. i nr. 4. By M eho' lonaly mountain, Ob lalMhle of Jordoa' war, Id n atlay la lb land of Moab Tharw IUa a looely grave. Aatl ae man dug thai aepuicbre. And do man taw It a'ar ; For Iba aagala of God optarnad Iba tod, And loft tba da ad maa I bora. Tbat wma tba g ranJett funaral That erar pa wad oa earth , alio Baa haar J Iba trampling . Or saw tba train go forth. Koteleeatv a tba day .light Coma whan Iba day ta dooo, Aad theertmaon streak onocaan'i ehecl. Grow, lato tba great aaa. Aollelr a lha tprlag.Ua Har crown of rerdurw waavea, Aad an tba tree oa all Uta bill Opaotba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 January 1857

A' NEWSPAPER-CONTAINING A BRIEF SUMMARY OP THE LATEST PORBIGN AND DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INDIANA AMERICAN. awt I at, rata SSUI.I. SWS .' T. A OOODWOI, Editor. - rmoAV, JAHAll o, I MAI. FOR PRESIDENT IN I860. J. C. FREMONT. A UrmtHl lane atverileesaeat. We resolved 1m4 wsek, by mail, the fb! Iow lu .Mioru. infiiu, fur tho insertion of which we an offml a liberal reward.Whin ws art too feeble or too lssy to ad whan there ara do boraaa to i ami we cannot find anything to Jo for a Irving nur honorabia than contributing to tha wholesale murder of our fatlow Silixens, wa will consent to publish such advertisement. Wa give tham hero, however, gratuitously, that liquor drink -an may know that tha dragging of liquor hi a regular business. No wonder ao many die of poisoned liquor every year! We omit names, for wo know that the murderers In Brookrille would aend for the "concentrated oila" of Cooculns Indien, Strychnine, aod Arsenic, which will give the "rich, vinous, nutty odor of genwine bra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 January 1857

- A PAPER FOR THE PAMSIY GäRClB-ÖBVOTED TO THE AMUSEMENT AND 8NSTBUCT30N OP YOUNG AND OU. measure, the power to protect the rights of the southern States in this behalf; we must pispre the equilibrium between the two sections in st least one of the Federal Council. That equilibrium in the Senate was disturbed by the irregular admission of California it may be restored by the admission of Kansas." ' When you complain to us for want of room when you talk to us about popular sovereignty, and making men "perfectly free," and all that, it is all well enough; but the great object that underlies it all It to maintain political supremacy in the hands of the slare power, and that power will be exerted to extend itself wider and wider; ami yet at the samo time you freely confess that, if unduly confined, this initiation will involve II in certain dottraction. Sir, if these results are to follow, then indeed is it the solemn duty of every man who loves his country, and focli an interest for hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 January 1857

THE VALLEY FARMBR-DBVOTB0 TO THE TRUE INTEREST OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER. CIRCULAR, Unru Btathb Patkvt OmcsJ Dtcmber 10, 1856. CHINESE SUGAR-CANE, Shr: This new plant seems to be destined to take an important position among our economical products. Its seeds were sent, some six yean ago, from the north of China, by M. de Montigny, to the Geographical Socieof Paris. From a cursory examination of a small field of it, growing at Verrierds, in France, in the autumn of 1854, Mr, D. J. Browne, then on n mission from this Office for agricultural ioformatioo and products, was led to inier, that, from the peculiarity of the climate in which it was growing, and its resemblance in appearance and habit to Indian corn, it would flourish in any region wherever that plant would thrive. From this source, he obtained some 200 lbs. of the seed, which was distributed in small packages by this Office, amone the members of Congress, with the view j of experimenting with it in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 January 1857

T23T " J Ml 10 A NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPBR-OBVOTBO TO FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. 75 BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1857. WHOLE NUMKKR 1253. VOL. XXV.-NO. 5. American Jwiiama THE At TCW CALL I'm tUUDlng low In Iba i utum gale At It mui, with walling breath IU hollow ound through the grave )arJ pa'e, A reqalero sloe- of death I ' Wailn.tf, Railing Walling aloof la lha l.lnifit breath, Would, tad aoaad I thou wart husband la deata. II eowoda sat now a la Jay of old , When lha ripe anta raulad down, And the amcrald grass In lie Seece of fold Coaeaaltd Uta sheila 10 brown ; wending, Bounding along, meh a gladsome thing I knew not Auiumn fron roey Spring. Grief bad not pressed on my taiidlab brow, Hor lora lit Ha banting blaaa; Bat I da naad Ilka a cloud at evening now, 'loath the aaa'a long ,lanbng rays Beeaiag, Streaming, warning a cloud, of lha burnlihod Wt, Aad I, with too robin, aaak t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 January 1857

A NEWSPAPER CONTAiNiNG A BRBBP SUMMARY OP THE LATEST PORE3GN AND DOMESTIC JNTBtUCBNCB. INDIANA AMERICAN. PTTY 'iso eT to tptm, t usssrv fcW, T A OOODWDI, Editor. MIOAV, jni tUI IB, tT. A few copies of the TRIBUNE ALDAN AO, for 1867, tor Ml at this ofilco. Frioo, IS coats HKI'I lilCAÜf cetsjVBSTISJtt). Tho Convention of the 7th inL, wu a very general representation of the entire State. We judge the! nearly every county wee represented. The Cou rent ion wee ipalaiil by calling Jrooa Mo tow to the chair, ssvd appointing a number of sooretariee and Vice-President. The apeech of Judge MoaTox wu wall received by everybody bat Old Linen, and Maj. Robin 4v. of Evaaeville. Doth dialiked it, becauee he did not propcee an aeeault up o-i slavery in the State, Tho following reeoIntloM wer peeaed: RESOLUTIONS. I. That we have unabated confidence in the prineiplea.of Repoblicanlani, aa embodied In the Declaration of Independence; In the opinions of the father of the Republic; and re-aoecrted in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 January 1857

A PAPER FOR THB PAMitV C3RCLE ÖEVÖT-ÜD TO THB AlVJDSSMBNT ANS iNSTRUCTiON OP YOUNG AND CID. f, tkad tbougUt bit ess ooul.t be Iotw tigit.. aftgrwsrls, and hit right tiicro'ly Mr. Onm. at Unnui trtouehttho S..nate bad rocrirl til the l-ghl 00 the CMe possuMs, od moved the pre vious question. ar .a . Mr. Ueffrsn, of Washington, thought it thotild be brought into tho to oho out hi eooo. At John L. Lbo coi.to.tant. ha thou -ht tho majority of tho Senat would refute him o hooring, much preferring, that the com of contact thotiUl bo defended by tho minority of tho Sooate rather than by Mr. Robintun. In roply to tho gtntleman from Howard who ttatao that Ruab county bod aright to ho ropromontad on this floor, ho would nay that Indiana bad a right to bo represented upon tho floor of lbo United Statao SenMr. Murray Why hi not Indiana reprooontadf (Laughter.) Mr. Stater, of Dearborn, mored to lay Mr. Murray'! resolution on the table ay at SO, noea 36. Mr. Wallaco moved to suapend action on the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 16 January 1857

THE VAUBV FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE TRUE INTEREST OP PARMBRS, MBCHANSCS AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER, i.l. Di.ll? IN HOHNES. Mr. Editok: The question is often asked, is the Glanders in Horses catching? More than 20 years ago I began to have this question asked me, and have observed it ever since with varied opinion. I have seen a glandered horse work beside his mate three years, stalled and fed together, without taking the disease. I have seen glandered horses purchased by men who did not believe tho disease contagious, aod in a short time have all his work horses glandered. I have seen horses that I thought caught the infection by being hitched to a glandered stall. I have doctored glandered horses that no doubt communicated it to my hostler. I have in two instances communicated it to other horses by innoculution cn the septum, after scarfying. I am now a firm believer that any horse will take the con tagion by innoculation in part of the head. I applied it to ouo back of tho cars, w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 January 1857

A NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER-DEVOTED TO FORE5GN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, AND TKB BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. VOL. XXV.-NO. 6. BROOXVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 1254. GOVENOR'8 MESSAGE. of the Senate, ami Hamm of HtfyumttUivot: la the nam of the people of this State, I welcomo you, as thoir appointed servants assembled under tho constitution aud the laws to mmrd thair rirrkfca mil tj mtmnr. their welfare The cam of national poli-! , . - ... . . .r. of your immediate oversight. These grave and world-wide in terest are wisely committed to other hand, and to you are left matters of more domestic and peaceral concern the agricultural, educational, and other civil and industrial interests of your own homes and tire-tides. Let no difference of opinions, concerning national polity, however actively davolonad events, mar the fraternity and with which you address your selves to the business of promoting the infernal ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 January 1857

A NBWSPAPER-CONTA3N3NC A 6RIBP SUMMARY OP THE LATEST PORE3CN AND DOMESTIC 8NTBIUGENCE. woold fail to afford the desired security. Under the praeeot ijiUn th Bonds bfs executed by tha Auditor and Treasuwr, forwarded In quantities to the Agent, sad only require hit Signatar od filling up to render them vslkl whils upon ths oflji :njuing them, there is no check whatever. That frauds hare not, herctofote, been oorrrmitted, is owing to the integrity of the officer, and not to any MOBrity afforded by the law. It would, in my judgement, be preferable in all eases of transfer of stock, to require the Bond, before its issue and after signature by the Agent, to be signed by the Auditor and Treasurer of Stato, and registered by them in their respective offices. The slight delsy would be more than counterbalanced by the absolute and entire safety and security which would be thereby furnished. The annual report of the Agent is herewith presented, to which your attention ! invited. Monthly report...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 January 1857

A PAPER FOR THE PAMitY C.RCIB--DBV8TBD TO THE AMUSEMENT AND INSTRUCTION OP YOUNG AND OLD. FIFTH DAY. Morning, Jan. !3, 1847. ; at 9 o'clock. Pending the reading of tha minntaa, Oooding morad to anand tba Journal by striking out all that part relating to what was done alto tha vacation of the Chair on Monday, by Liot Governor Willanl, and before tha occupancy of it by Lieut. Governor Hammond. II waat abled by ayes 27, nays 22. By Saga, that tha Committee on tha J udiciary be instructed to inquire into the legality and constitutionality of tha occupancy of tha Chair of tha senate by A. A. Hammond, and report to the sanata. A preamble to the resolutions recites the proceedings of yesterday, prariona to the inauguration of Got. Willard, and refers to the clauses in the Constitution which require that tho rotes for Governor and Li an ten ant Governor to be opan and trabtiahed in both Houses. Iu a speech in support of the resolution, Mr. Sage said he was glad of the exchange, in looks, at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 23 January 1857

THß VAUEf FAHMEH DEVOTED TO THE TRÜB SNTEAEST OF FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. nl of of as VALLEY FARMER. Jj lifo. j uABDRf. ! OW TO Elflll'R A rs. Editors: A few years atfo, I bad occaasioa to occupy a 2ft0W garden. It had been worn by continual cropping without Buuuui c, till ic Wou!d not pro . i i co ha'f a crop of anything. ( had no manure to put upon it 1 couhJ have boaght open barnyard manures, that had been washed and bleached through the ., till most of the salts and all the urine was gone, but I tho't i t would net pay well. Nor could I any better afford to cultivate a Rnr.len at the halves. There was half au sore in the garden: I pt mtetl about one-third of it in hire sugar beets. The remainc rn, potatoes, beans peas. melons, cabbages, tones nnions, &c, &a There ; thing I could do. I had no a Gimily ef fife, threo adults and ' latter, returning for it, in propertwo children, one an iufant. I 'tion. a still creator quantity of half hogshead co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 January 1857

A MEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER-DEVOTED TO PORE96N AND DOMBSTiC NEWS, MORAiS, TEMPERANCE, EDUOATiON, AGR8CÜITÜRE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. VOL. XXV.-NO. 7. BBOOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 1255. Cjnritt $jodn). SOX6 FOB THCIEEBS. BT CHaAXM SW AIX. Take the Spade of Ptmnnnee, Di( the field of Progress wide ; Bvery rotten root of faction Horry oat, and east aside ; Erery tob born Weed of Error; IS rar j seed that hurts tha soil; Tim, whose Terr grow lb la terror - Dig them oat, whatever the toll ! Gtra the stream of Education Broader channel, bolder force; Rar l the stoftea of Persecution Oat where'er they;block lu eoarse; Seek for strength In self-exertion; Werk, and tUUharu rallb to wait; Cloee the crooked sate to fortune; Make Ike read to honor itraifht I Afen are agent for the Future t Mm they work, to ages win Either harrest of adraneemeni, Or the product of their tin ! Follow out true. CuIUysIIoo, Widen Education' plan; Prom the Ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 January 1857

A NEWSPAPER-CONTAINING A BRIEF SUMMARY OP THE IATBST FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INDIANA AMERICAN. 4 rats "nnm bot to tvotw, to lisibty arb law. riTOItWtll (I, t WO rBAB SHALL T. A. GOODWIN, Editor. rBIOAV, JAJfUAHY 30. 1957. A few copies of the TRIBUNE ALMANAC, for 1867, for sale at this office. Price, 15 cents. Tke Affrtcaltar 1 Society-Ii fault Its objects. If we tramp on any body's toes, in these articles, it mut not be charged to oar fault it is because their toes are where we want to tramp, not because we want to tramp where their toes are. It is useless to try to be very nice about it We want to say that the Franklin County Agricultural Society is a humbug, and we know of no way of saying it, but to say it right oat, so as to be understood. It is a humbug, because it is costing a great deal of money and doing but little good, if any. We like the faire, well enough, as tar as they go. They are excellent shows cheaper, on an average, than the menagerie or circus, and not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 January 1857

I A PAPER FOR THB FAMILY G8RCLB DBVOTBD TO THE AMUSEMENT AND INSTRUCTION OF YOUNG AND OLD. f th. Dl.trloi wtmmm Al BMtlOf of ths MtrtBodtst PrBch- , trTUng and local, of ConnsrsTilU Dlitrtot,"eonnl at Brookvillo on tha Ulh day of January, 157, th following Mtaaof Miaaioaaor Meetings wan appointed, to bo bald by tha minister wboae noma appear in oonnoctlon with tha ante : Fab. ft, Laurel; Jaa Havens, R. H. Howiek. " lft. Brook villa: Ja Havens, J no. W MellenJer. m" 1ft, Clarksburg; Win. M. Froley, E. W Bajmaj, 2fl, RoahrUU; Jh. Havana, J. W. Mai loader. March l, Milroy; J. B. Lathrop, Wm. M Frsley. 8, Folroold; K. Kerrick, . W. Bur rua. aa, ML Carmal; J. 8. Wincheatcr, J. F MoLaln. 99, Ererton; Jacob VVhitcman, J. 8. Bare as. 99, Liberty; Jno. W. Mailänder, T. C Crawford. April ft, Milton; K. 0. Tucker, Jacob Mil kr. 18, Columbia; T. C. Cnwford, E. W. Burros. 19, Ooan.iiUt; J. B. Uthrop, J. Wlncheeter. The committee to whom waa referred the intonate of the Tract cause within the bou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 30 January 1857

THE VAUBY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE TRUE INTEREST OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER. fVornfAf A", r 7 iwj. THE SUGAH TAX. The question of the repeal of the duty on sugar, which will soon be discussed in Congress, excites general interest in all parts of the country. It is a practical question which comes home to men's business and bosoms. Sugar, which might have once been a luxury, has become a necessity of daily Hie. To tax it longer, is to put a burden upon shoulders unable to bear it. It is to tax the poor man's pudding, the invalid's gruel, and the infants pap. And when we consider its universal use by all classes of people, it is evident that there is no article of domestic consumption, not excepting tea and coffee, (which we import free of duty,) that may not be taxed with more reason than sugar. The Tarif! of 184C fixes a duty on imported agar of thirty per cent ad valorem ; and as the price of sugar is high, and the market value ot our native sugar keeps up t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 February 1857

mtvicm AMUBWS AND BUSINESS PAPRR--ÖBVOTBD TO FOREIGN AND DOMBSTiC NEWS, MORAIS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRiCUlTURE, AND THE BEST 8NTBRBSTS OF SOCIETY. VOL. XXV.-NO. 8. BROOKVILLE. FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 1256. x. a iß ft s rite $irttts. For the Indiana American, wnmi WZATREB. Cold as Northern Mates, Sighs Uta shivering poet; Mercury at taro, And talrty-fla below 11; Cold and blae Iba aooaa Of padaatrlaa bold, latrerina;, chaUerlns;, fromWIof. Growling at Iba oo Id. Lovers greetiDf lovers, Maat without axraptiou, Thoagh thalr hand an thakmg, Butaro. reception; Heart by Cepld mitten, la smmmer aeer b wooed, Bot In tha winter narar Art la the mtlttng mood. And tummrr friends deaert u, Their eoldnes 111 concealing; Certainly they greet aa Without wrmrh ot reeling. Vain to talk of ardor, With neh f rieadi aa tbeee, Batter talk to iceberg tu, la the frosaa icu. There la aa ancient legend Of aa anelent mariner, Who visited tha region Of the walrai a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 February 1857

A NBWSPAPBR--CONTA9N8NG A BRIEF SUMMARY OP THE iATEST PORBJGl. AND DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE DIANA AMERICAN BB BUT 0 rPT, TO LISSSTV ASS ". . V0a tWtTI PI, 4B ?BaB K.I.I. T. A. OOODWUr, Editor. imoomixi, htduva A few copies of the TRIBÜNE ALBAN AO, for 1857, for tale at tats oflce. Price, 1ft cents. BUTE Of PlXfTOH Bloc our last issue, the word ha gono forth that Pans-row 8. Brook, mom bor of ConfTMa from South Carolina, to deed. Tbe attack was sharp the issue sudden. In the flush of hoalth, when just touching the meridian of hie powers, the strong man encounters one strongor than he. In the midst of e aeeneof conspicuous activity, Just in the very throng and pressure of the crowd convoked at the National Metropolis by the calls of politics, or fashion or mammon, and at tho point of timo when that mixed array is noialest and most restless this bold man, who might be taken as the type of physical energy sinks in a moment at the tough of disflaio, and, helplooa mm infancy, perishes of cro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 February 1857

A PAPER FOR THE PAM91Y C3RCLE--DBVOTED TO THE AMUSEMENT AND 3NSTRUCT90N OP YOUNG AND OLD. Proa tee Indiana Journal . Ltflilatlvr b eed I aar mndc n t Thtbs&at, Jan. 97. The day was taken up in the Senate, in the introduction of bill and resolution and in defeating the proposition of the Republican! not to allow a Senator to rote on hi own eligibility to a seat In the house, a silly bin passed, by a ota of 70 to 18 repealing the Prohibitory Law that tba Supremo Court had killed ore than a y eat ago. Widsmoat, Jan. 29. Nothing of importance was dona in either boose. The time was taken up in proposing resolutions, amendments kc. Nothing will be dons for about three Thubsdat, Jan. 29. The business of the Senate was, to-day, more than ordinarily interesting. Griggs offered a resolution in reference to the election of United State Senators. Herren said be desired a call of tho Senat beforo taking a rote on Urigjs resolution; and after a call had been made, and a full Senate as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 6 February 1857

fl JA THE VAUBY FÄRMBR-DEVOTBO TO THE TRUE INTEREST OP PARMERS, MBCHANiCS, AND WORKING WEN. VALLEY FARMER. -f .Hr.--tiET THEM sbkad. . There are some luxuries which etery fanner ought to enjoy, and which they can if they will. During a visit to Ypeilantiltstspring, Mrs. John Starkweather snowed us a hot bed and frame, wbicn she had managed herself, and derived n great deal of satisfaction from its productions, and her experience was such that we think others may well try it, gotting their minor 'halls" to prepare tho bed and make tho framo. Tho frame itself was made of common inch stuff, nailed together, tho long way being about ten feet, and the width about four or five feet. This frame was not covered with glass, but instead the sash was a rough frame, on which was stretched common coarse cotton cloth. During the coldest weather, and at night, this had a further protection of old matting or carpet. Under such a framo were grown radishes,lettooe,onions,and young cabbage plants. Tom...

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