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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 February 1857

A NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER-DEVOTED TO PORB8GN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 1257. VOL. HV.-NO. 9. 0t otttn. BY-AltD-BY. U aa ul erer noar. i toil and trouble v and try, Thi bid oar fainting hearts lake cheer, And whispers to as "By mJ 7 " Wt Dmt II I oar other's sneo; Wtifc Undsr stalle and loeM ye aw (rant aoae boon on chliaish plsa, la tasce ton ssssst-' By ana by broad tha joeta'al braest i aolr eeHlrallooa alga Herr lb yosag heart to do lit bett, And wait Uk praalM- - By and by." The aside a tiulni aad and Ion, Her iboughu half nlUered wlih aatfb, 5orti th grief b will not own. And dreamt bright dreeae--"B7 and by." The pale yonj wins drlss ap her Inn, Aad Ml Hi bar restless infam" cry, To eaasa Ute sealng tup bat bear, How aadly whispered '-By and by." AaM reanbood wt th tU strength and wilt To breset life' Ula aad faw defy , Taoegh Oa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 February 1857

A NBWSPAPBR-CONTAiNSNG A 8R3EP SUMMARY OP THE LATEST FOREIGN AND DOMBSTiC iNTBIMGBNCB. INDIANA AMERICAN. i-i.i ... t tu r i in, re i mm i t i . w ravel . v. ae eo seas .11.1 i wa." T. A. OOODWIN. Editor. MOOlCVtLLE. IIIDIANA. fit M V yBUtlAHI It llftfi A fw copies of the TRIBUNE ALM A WAO, for 1337, for salt at thll oflot, Price, 15 centi. !rw Irani btitnea. Tho MH1 from K.mn show that tho nawi of J-iat summer waa no exagerntion. There I imlecil, not so much blootUhcil, bH the slave power is yet predominant. Thcniion of slaughter ia owing to tbo presence of a eobr Govnor, in tho tfnl of i ho drunken Shannon, but how long he will be permUt! to bold kit place ia now a question of doubt. If Bucliannan become the tool of the South aa Pierce line been, Geary will bo removed in a few week a, though we hope better things from that quarter. But whether removed or not ho la nesuly powerleta and it it questionable whether he will be permittod to live, if not removed. The Missouri-Knnsn Legisl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 February 1857

A PAPER FOR THE PAM&Y CJRCIE DEVOTED TO Tiiii KmZMWt AND IWSTRÜCT30W OF YOUNG AND OLD. Lgla Ii v . Tbcmoat Morning, Fab. 5. The Senat met at 9 o'clock. Hefrcu wished to have the journal 10 corrected a to tat what tho Prcaiilo-it aid, in bis place, before going into John Convention on ycrterdrtr, and submitted a resolution to that effect. Sago aaid ho did not bear what the prosid out Mid, ami ho did not think any Senator On the floor lim! heart, whnt tho i'resident remarked; itulcs it wm tlio liouorable Senator from Vanderburgh, who ran up to listen. Ho thought if tha speech of the President contained what Hofren said it did, it did not state ibo truth, and thonght it wrong to place misstatements on the journal. Murray said tho position and assumptions of tho presiding officer were Talso in all their bearings. Ho wanted no such statement as H often tleoircd to put upon the journal of tho Senate. He did not want the proceedings of the Senate to show that, by implication, e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 February 1857

I A THE VAUBY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE TRUE INTEREST OP FARRIERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER. From The New Fork Tribune. CHINESE irfiAB CAKE. The cultivation of the Sorghum, or Chinese sugar-plant, has thus far proved so decidedly successful "in this country, not only in the South, where it seems to have been demonstrated that tw ) crops or cuttings of sugar I earing stalks can be obtained in one season from tho same roots of that year's planting, but even so far north ?.s Minnesota, where it is testified that good syrup was made in 1856, from stalks hardly a hundred days from the seed, that we are impelled to urge upon our farmers and gardeners the import-. ance of early attention to the procuring ol seed and planting for the season just before us, Let us all grow the seed this year, so that it can never more bo so scarce that speculators may run it up to an exorbitant price. A great deal remains to be settled with regard to this plant, especialiy me uebi moue ui uuuvem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 February 1857

6 HM A NEWS AND BUS3NBSS PAPER-DEVOTED TO FQREiCN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MÖRAIS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OF SOCIETY. VOL. nv.-No. 10. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 1258. Choice otttji. PROUD MISS MAC BRIDE. A LEGEND Or GOTHAM. BV joana.tax. Ok, terribly pro Ml m Mit Mm Brldf , Um very person IB ration nf pride, At atneed long In Otehtoa'a tide, Atfotra Broadway, oo lb proper ltd, Wka itio fotilen tun It telling; TYev wa arte la taa head the carried to high' NUta aar Up, and prlla la aar ay. Ami a world of prUU la Um vary tt.lt Tl kar itaiely boaoa tu fro lüaf A atfa Itot a pair of tueb alofani not, toadallad to tali a, thou I.I at ih tlroeVTto vary tea thai vulgar grt, la oetnmon laalhar, not over nesl--Fee boo. la the common booting, Aad Christian irara may II to shed, Tbl,eva among oar gentlemen brJ, Tto gtertooa Ooy of Morocco la dead, Aad Day a Martin art ralgaknf tntload, Oa a math lafartor footing. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 February 1857

A NEWSPAPER CONTA8N8NG A BRIEF SUMMARY OP THE LATEST FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC SNTEIUGENCE. INDIANA AMERICAN aflsBw.. "'UHIt KT TO TSCTB, T UWIn AND UAW, o oa wt e. mi no i.i. I. A. GOOD WEN, Editor BBOOXmU, INDIANA fail DAY. IF.BBI AKV SO, 1M7. A Good Second hand Horse Pow tr far tale at this Office. Call soon If you tat a Power for Threshing. Grinding, Shelling, or Cutting. Prtatl I n Uirmin. ' t( Motions and Beeolutiona are constantly before one or both branches of onr legislator to print certain documents in Gerätes. A Joist Resolution is now before the Senate to print 1.C00 copies of the Acta of 1857 in German. We are heartly tired of this special legislature, and oppose it, ASS ALL WHO FAVOB IT. There ia no reason why documents end laws should be printed in German, and not in Irish, French, Italian, Norwegian end a hundred other tongues. There are citizens in Indiana from almost nation under heaven, and we aru to making fish of one and flesh of another. It nay be said that the Germ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 February 1857

A PAPER FOR THE PAM81V CIRClB-DiiVO'ül) TO THE USiiiENT AND INSTRUCTION OP YOUNG AND 010. Prot the I. Louis Bepsblloan. APPALIXO DISASTER. Etilroftd Train plunging into Du Page River. ttTEM OAR LOAJNS 07 HORSES SUBMERGED, WMMMXJJVZ8 LOBlt The nocnt heaty mint, wwhiog away embankments, occasioning slidee, underminlnf tits, and swapping awtj bridges, bars been tha cause of delays, and much bard swearing, of failures to make connections, and detentions of mails, and a general deraogment of the rail and lines in Illinois and Missouri. If this were all, we ws should be glad. On the Chicago and Bode Island Road, as It crossed the Da Pag river, five miles from Joliet, the heavy reins of Friday had swollen the river till tho river overflowed its banks, coverod the bottoms, sad submerged the track on both sides of the bridge. A freight train, consisting of the locomotive, tender, and seven oars, loaded with horses, approached this river on Saturday. The engineer, ignorant of any obstruction,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 20 February 1857

THB VAÜEY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE TRÜB INTEREST OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER. From the Hanl New Yorker, Whlthrr are We Tending. Ths quantity of guano imported into the United S'ates may be Ml down at about 200,000 tons annually ; this, at $55 a tun. (which is about the price demanded.) will take out of our country $11,000,000 for imported manurea, more than equal to half the average amount of all the grain we export. Exchange Such statements as the above, naturally load the thinking mind to the qutry Whither are we tending? The fact U a startling one. Eleven million dollars expended for one variety of imported manure in a single season, and, it must be remembered, the use thereof is almost wholly confined to the Atlantic States. The figures speak well for the liberality of American farmers, but each one is a volume of invective against their waste. Whn wo consider the comparatively email area of sail to which the bulk of this importation is applied, and that, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 February 1857

A NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER-DBVOTBD TO FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY VOL. XXV.-NO. 11. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 1259. Cjfotct ottrn. TUlUVri DHEAM. nnwi uMmtw the ongataereU rle he lay, HU itokte Is bi ! i Km brsaji woo oso, Ms ulM asir Wae barladln Ute east; Agas b, Im UVs bUI sad aaadow of leep, 8 ff hit Mit lM4. WM! thronen the landeeer cf als Or am TM lordly "Igor Boor!; BOB! the paJm traee oo Iba plain, Oaca Mora a ting ha atroda, A aal aeerU Um Uakllsg tmiiN Deeoead lha moanutu road, taw,o aoe aiora, ht dsrk r el quoon Arnos bar bildren J i TVey clasped hla sews, thay Biased htaeheaka, Thay ha Id him by Ibo hand A tear hunt fron tha tleapar't ltd, A ad fall apoa tha aao J. Aad than atfurtoa (peed ha rode Along tbaülgar-i bank, tabrtdle-retaa vara gotden eaalaa, Aad Vtlh a martial alaak, AI esafc Map ha eoald faal hi erabbard of tteal SmlUagbta stallion'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 February 1857

A NIWSPAPBR--C0NTAIN8NG A BRIBP SUMMARY OP THE LATEST FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC INTBIUGENCE. BTMAN A AMERICAN 'eaOOOOO Wttii v.trra. to limit tum 1.1W. mm e.vea mrtft , aäö NMii4Uiti., T. A. GOODWIN. Editor VIIIAT. rKMHI Ml 7. A Good Second hand Hone Pow r for Ml at this Offlce. Call aoon if yon want a Power for Threahing, Grinding. Shallmg, or Catting A few eoplei of tat TRIBUNE ALSAHAO, for 1867, for sal at Oil elot. Friot, 1ft cents 1. Tit rate Board. In n UOT tUfgtiw), has ifTonUl most. UlUf.irtory fXH ing hcm Mi-i -op, havii cheapn of tho meat. rrrllMl. corxMHM wHh a preaUium on imefmln feli regard to th Die broed of Jfteo Chi tar e1 'e Form late Matt Aof lux ClRu o OllKUtCAfTI.K, hog and sheep mint ba reported. A N)TOl u . Senator C raren of Jefferaon ectwty, introduced a bill lost week, Man amendment to tho Temperance bill, requiring that Initead of a llcens to tell, those who want to drink should be et the expenso and trouble of procuring a lieente, and, having a license may keep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 February 1857

!" A PAPER FOR THE FAM91Y CäRßlE-DEVOTEü TO THE AMÜSEMENT AND INSTRUCTION OF YOUNG ANO OLD. Prom the Ik'tM Journal REPORT t Mm Bbtssateso h4 WMcm of t be ite rrti The SUport of the director of the .Stato Mm ret-ewe the transactions hi that intilotioQ for the pat year. On tho 15th of ihm last, the contract of 8. 15. Patter -bod, leasee of the prison, and the convicts, after that time, were hired ont to different tadiriduals and firms, to work at rations saeeharrical trades, the proceeds of their lahor going Into the treasury, and used to meet, in part, the expenses of the Ten tiary. The Report states that .the loss by fire at the Prison in June last, is not over 3,000; thai the spirit of rebellion, which exhibttod itself when the convicts were hired out to saw contractor, has been quenched, and that the discipline of the prison is rigidly and promptly enforced. directors state that at the time they rge of the prison it was in a mis erable and filthy condition, and much out of repair;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 27 February 1857

THE VALLEY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE TRUE INTEREST OF FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER i From tho Ohio Cultivator, rem oithf.ii hio. Mr. M. B. Bateham: Will you Pleuse make out and publish in the Cultivator a list of apples adapted for Southern Ohio lay for an orchard of 100 trees, for n farmer's family, and oblige, yours, 8. Barr, Amanda, (). In complying with tho above request, I will name such apples aa are known to succeed well in moat parts of Southern Ohio, and generally throughout tho Southwestern country; but it should bo understood that in certain localities, especially in the rich vulloys of riven, soma of tho best various are subjeot to such maladies as bitter rot, fungus, leaf rust, ate, for which no remedy or preventive has been discovered. 1 have omitted some varieties of excellent Southern apples which are not genorally .known us yst, and the trees cannot be procured at the nurseries, except of very small size indeed, I do not suppose that all of those n...

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

A NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER--DEVOTED TO FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORALS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGR9CUITURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. VOL. HV.-NO. 12. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 1260. CJjoiee octrg. hiout. a. w. LOMrsLiev. The Amy Is done, and the dsrkBBSS Tails from the wlags of nlfkt, Aa a feather la wafted downward rasa aa eagle In lu tiflti. I eee the MaM of the Tillage Ctaaaa iBroagb ihe rata and the mtat, Ani a feeling of eaJneea cone o "er ma That say haart cannot raaiat; A Mite of ndtan tad long log That ta not afclu la pain. Bat rosi; ssolea enrrow oaly As ISO mi at reeetablos toe rain. Coaao, read to aaa tome pnem, Seoaeaimple hoarifelt lay, flail thai I tooth thla realtota feel Inf , And aeataa Um iSougtu of dajr. Hot fro ib fraud old ma.er, KM from the barda sublime, Wesse Steeaat foaiataaa oewo Through the eorrtdori of Time. For. lift elralae of menial ssostc. Their eaig-btjr thought nggvet Html end late toll and ...

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

A NBWSPAPBR--CONTA3N3NG A BRIEF SUMMARY OP THE LATEST PORBäGN AND DOMESTIC INTBUIGBNCB. INDIANA AMERICAN . j wm riaooaB uvy to vae-raj, to iimstt - i O IttN IWttl 0, fB4B H4LI. WI." T. A GOODWIN. Editor. , DIANA IKIDAl, CM H, h .: . of the IlllnoU l.-gialu. The doting scene of the Illinois Legwere rather exciting. An ApporBill had been reported by the which was opposed by the bat it was finally pawed. The Republicans did not care much as they presumed the Governor would veto it When the bill was carried into Governor Bheell, be bad looked it over and laid it aside to return it with objections; bat soon titer taking it np he fixed his cams thereto, inadvertently, supposing that he was snenting to another measure. Soon after, Mr. Johnson, his Secretary, in looking over the bills approved, found this one on the table, and without knowing what was the Governor's real purpose, copied the title into a message to the House, and reported it back as approved. The announcement made a profound...

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

A PAPER FOR THE FAM9LY CJRCiE-DSfOTEB TQ THE AMUSEMENT AND 8NSTRÜCT80W OF VQUNG AND OLD la on th wsais- hr Bill. The Houia retinae, th Oonidrtion of the bill;irgnltlcg th wie of ardent pints. The question woe in ooncurriog in the mendratnt of Blake to author io the County Commissioner to grant a lioeaae for any wt not exceeding $500. Noff opposed the amendment, contending that it would onconmgo those diirenutable doggeries, which a bill on this subject should suppress. Carnahan favored It tie referred to the progress of temperance by moral msam 1 He wished there was not one dram-shop in the whole country, but was opposed to the licsDss system. Its result would be that the person buying would pay it, and what the law should do is, that it should protect the community against nail aa see. The legislation, on th.i subject has done mora htm than good. The wholesale deeicr.uid the retailer by the gallon .should be allowed to sell it to those who desire to take it away and use it This is ...

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

THE V.UtBY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE TRUE INTEREST OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER. fmm tho Rural New Yorker. lercties mir: kp. In answer to tho inquiry of a correspondent na to a remedy for this disease we hav6 received, at least, quite a number of communication?, a few of which we subjoin for the benefit of those engaged in raising this valuable breed of animals: Stretches ist Sheep. In refer ence to this dispose and the rem Item. dy therefor, I think prevention lyou will evor after adopt it as the better than euro. My obscrvu- "ct method of keeping potatoos lion has been that sheep scarcely fresh ntal good. Tho iJoa of ever have it whoro pure water is i tumbling potatoes into a cellar nay access at all limos. nn.Hhcro th) mercury ranges from very seldom when they liavo n daily food of turnips or other green food. Last winter, a flock fed with s'ntw, oats, and tarftipfl without water, wuro wholly exempt; this winter, the simo dock, in tho sumo place, fed with str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 March 1857

a A NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER-DEVOTED TO FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, MORAIS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, AND THE BEST INTERESTS OP SOCIETY. VOL. XXV.-NO. 13. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1857. WHOLE NUMBER 1261. ite flottrj. HCABEB OME. TBe following ltnee from Hood's Comic Anns I were haaflea a by lady, wife a repes to putvery hard ! ud Mil is, To Ovo la Mat a row ,' aa wltaoat this, that STsrr miaa Bat me boa got a eeea. For love goaa calling op and down, Bat bar ba aeema to thaa ; I'm sore ba baa baaa aakad ano ugb To all at naher Oaa. rat stak of an Uta doable knock Tbateosaa la Basse Pour t At Bane Tbraa I aflm aaa A lever at tba door ; Aad aaa In blea, at ftumber Two, Calla dally like a daa IV Tory bard tby earn ao aaar, Aad aotat .lumbar Oaa I all, I btar, ha got a dear Baaetly to bar ml od, By alulae at tba wladow pane Wlthoai a bit of bHad ; Bat I go la Urabaiaoay, Which ba aaa aeer doaa TTsearts feet thrive al Number Flva Do' lak t Snnbtr On...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 March 1857

A NEWSPAPER CÖNTAiNiNG A BiUfiF SUMMARY OF THE LATEST PORBäGN AND DOMESTIC INTBUSGENCB. INDIANA AMERICAN. 4p 'P. CT TO TSCTW, TO I.IUITT AS LAW, SO f AVUB IWilt 0, 4M HO ra tSLi. ! GOODWIN, Editor. BlOOKmLl, INDIANA HiniV, TIA IK II 13. IH.M. l-l-ht Hwili. Hy of Sie Ahoilan af slaver) An Important MV la take Kisrli t Dl rcr lien from Ii Biff ht Quart-r Much earlier than wo bad reason to hope, an important move has been made in the Indiana Senate, that looks to the ultimate abolition of slavery, and the seperation of the race. On the 4th insL Ron. Lewi Wallace, Senator from Montgomery (Democrat), and son of Gov. Wallace, offered a series 'of preambles, of which the following are the most important, accompanied by the resolution appended ae Joint Resolutions to be adopted by b it U Houses of the Indiana legislature. We do not credit all the assumed facts in the preamble, nor endorte the details of the Resolutions, but we confess, that, as a whole, we prefer the plan to any thing we ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 March 1857

A PAPER FOR THE FAMILY CIRCIK--DBVQTBD TO THB AMUSBMBNT AND INSTRUCTION OF YOUNG AND OlD. Frllow trtm : 1 appear before moitUi Uy to taka tho solomu otth UMW i win launiuiij uvi-mu um muco m tfrwtlHtoC.fte ünlted States, nod will t the heel of my gtHlity preserve, lirrUnt wd deani the Couetitntion of the UnL tad BUUa. Trt utaring upon tins great efflea I moat humbly invoke the Ood of our Father for wisdom and llrmness to execute ita high md reponibk duties la SttOA a manner aa to reetoro harmony and tho ncieot friendship among the people of the several Htatee and to preaerve our A 1 . .1 I . ih Meroagnout many unmm' Una Lou vinccd that I owe my aleoti Ion to the inherent lott for the Conatltution and the Uaion which etill animatee tho of the American people, lot roe Mly ask their powerful support in eostaicinf alljnst measure calcnlated to perpafeiate these, Ust richest political tnW sJuge which Heaven hae ever bestowed opon any nation. Having determined not to become a candidate fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 13 March 1857

THE VALIBY PARMER -DEVOTED TO tHE TRUE 3 INTEREST OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER. H g-sjTg-agaL Wr jBffy rrrrI fS i MtHK an THK HUN, The farm preserves the family fh its integrity. The homo hus i that charming word, find thai more chnrming thing, the liresiiir. around which the pitrunta tintl children gather, and where tbi bright and cheerful blnzo upon the hearth is but n truo typo of itlA Asisaan 4V l,U.I tVlflf irl.itOJ IM UV tat IMWU UIIVTU VII. li ti"".' 114 .. , . . mi . try heart. The parent have been jj.- 4 v - " w... kä -The drawn together, not by the sor mm : r iik a k ii.., did motives uf wealth, or by the tk. . ambitious desire of social display, but for the persona! qualities seen in each other. Tho gloiy of that fireside to tho husband is that the wife is there, who is tho head of the women, and the band m that homo circle. Hero thoy gather at morning and evoning, end at noon. Their board is a I " . . ... moat a ways surrounded with the i . k.., ...

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