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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

Mats,. MADISON The death of Ms}. DoUy Payne Madison, which took place on Tnursday night in Washingtoh, U an event that secerns to require something more thsn a mere passing notice by .lha press. A* iqtjnute association with publl*) characters anp! public affairs for half a century, has made her almost as well known a character to the American people as any of our statesmen of the same period. At the same time, ber noble qualities of mind and heart have made her not less conspicuous in Iho relations of domestic and social life. Mrs. Madison's maiden name was Dolly Payne. She was of Virginia parentage, though bcr birth took place In North Carolina, during a visit of ber parents to that State. A short time after her birth, bcr parents joined tho society of Friends and man omitting their slaves, removed to Pennsylvania, anil their daughter received her edneation in this city. At an early age she was married to Mr. Todd, a young lawyer of Philadelphia, who died a short time afterwa...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

A CaaaaptM* OT TUItwaf An article appeared in tbe *¥. Y. Nation' al Police Gazette of Saturday, wMew ought to find iu way into other ehanvalg of information. Tbe following hi a vary brief synopsis : It seems that on tho 2Sd nit., a Karopean packet ship bnived at New York.— Among the passengers wars two Iriab orphan young ladies, who vera sisters. They were well educated; and they wire with^ out a protector or guardian, save tha eoB tain. After fixingtbemselvea at a bctsrding bouse in New York, they wee* vitHetl by this captain, in a carriage, seeompeBied by bis ship's physician, anil asked tbe eldest sister to take a ride with him. She bravely told him that it would be an improper act—alluding to tbe short acquaintanceship, and of being in a strange land. Upon this tbo captain threw himself upon his standing and dignity, and the doctor acted as spokesman. This had the effect of dioving the sympathies of the younger, and it is pwbabto,inexperienced sister; and consequently, aft...

Publication Title: Montrose Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

AwOea Trmsjm-iy Irn MafcaHam, Ijasteveoliig aboat t> o stock mo ootgabors in Gardiner street were clotted ber d measure st aa awful tragedy eaected the village. It apMaralaaft a man named John Duaee, redded la that atoostv and that a clergymen bad raooH in tho ¦ aaMhoaos overhead. For boom iwjos a*©tbarks*rw»toUmself ,Mr.Daoa*.»ip*Md, a* says ho laiaiWid, tbo fcWky of]hia wife, and did aoT&oiom fwttorttiea be witaessed oa tbo part of thoonKgy maa. Last eiaalng bo was etomsMlo waMh Uses , aad. aa ho Bd-sfeo, fcssad ta> tasritasvtvioa whiebWIao 4omb4 akkto mind aa to tbo eriasmslHy of Iho farOea.— Tha .nwsgJsMO to* tOrTwOCb -ft w-m«V. waiahis pissampiTve ioIIum of htagajnt , aad thT owaaod hasbaad, ooWh ft okoaai tron, aa tho inl woaaon W.oosAl lay his bands oa ripped the boweio of htowMoaan Tho reouk waa, of oteoaa, boy death. Ho sletieo ia tho aot, aa4, oays ha ealy regreti tha hypocritical maw>worm of a eliiajmsa was not slain by hoc 0oW*»/i ***«¥...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

TIM mw Cr«**1 Catted fwr. u - The FWtland (Me.) atrgnalhes ill a aitlela sp^theN*wVarh*iTT*^eean lava new Creed, esalsd late iMa sense two weeks age. Iteajaeta. tlonafrom the Wmr wo omit, mowt re*<J'mwill readily call them to mind: • • • M What an awfal eaaailly of aaga- trvMhepneaapr' *¥• aettled pakey"—" Ne aVA- nho conn* marked onlH—" JV* afiaetpkr* at laen*" —" Ne alatfcnB.N Tboa boh al the afltnaativea i The oM Iman an obsolete Msaa! AnaUmal lUaklsikadfbrever! The TafhTthe Whtae dan aat atonal* with! Why Is the fiaat wfeW party la this mslaaehaiy eaadhiaat What has fcreod k late saakraptey, wilh Hs whata aehednle namntehaadad la the stg- nlfleaat iraeea, Hnaofleet*T*/ The aaswer alamo awry ahsarvtag man la the face. TtwylaMtMr sriatSlsIa* eawa tha aharef asfssUeney. They BisHy ahatved taamen who far yean had htaaaUd lbs sepssWsa, aad wwafaHy. iliaainily, nawarfaHy MesnVd Ihcas priaeipln. They rnhied sal tha anctsat haasaatha threw dust fat each ethass eyas aad " wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

rraadaiB, In Free Tarrllary. j I I Wo publish On onr 6rst page the resolulions of tho democratic State Convention. I Among them is one, upon the exciting subject of slavery w.b.olt after much discussion, j wss unanimously, adopted. It is an important resolution and places Ibe democratic party of tho Commonwealth for onee, in Us true position. The Democracy of Pennsylvania, in common with all their brethren of the Northern States, liave always been, and are now, opposed to the extension of slavery into new territory. There ia no doubt about this. Freedom in free] territory is essentially a democratic mens-1 are, and the democrats in tbe State of New York, Now Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont and Rhode Island, and all the Western States from Ohio ta Wimeonaiii. have adooted it as a funda mental part of their party creed. Nearly all the democratic news papers of these States have followed In the same strain—indeed it has become as firmly imbeded, there, in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

j Hnralar aaar rarfcanSotla. i | ) Aaron Guard, a voang naa raaiding hera waa alral in Vail TowaaUp, aboal 2 railra | abora oar Village aa Satnrdar laat. Ha I warra na Bona In taa tonaooaof thai) aay, aad with otatn of Intonparala aad rlaieaa habita, fnm erHlonn barora Iba Inqanl, aoaan to baTa arrioad aboal aooo al a abaalao oooapMd br Jobn Obaboon, aUaalad'on lha * OM Turnpike" leading Iron Oaaaaa to Duadaff aboal balf a raila aan af Iba Iraahawaaaa. Aa abaadoaod wonaa aad bollln of ran, wan araaaknt to ornate diOaaltj and aoan raataal Vnaataaiag and ra-irrloilnalala aaaan to harala-Irnaein bieiriiaalr. OaaliannMjiiaig Ofjari. Aboat S o'clock ia laa aflaraaaa Mr. Oaaanaa laadad Ua gaa aad laft tba ¦ aaaaaa. Wltala aaK aa boat attar, a raaarlaf tbaOaa aaa band, aad Oaard leaanSlUly. unlrlnii ta a yiaagana aad tbawaaan waa wan oaWaltaal tiara in ltkaabaataa,"IanaaM."r He aspired la a law Balaam. Caanooa aonila kaaiog ¦rod tba un into tba abantoa. Aalnqaaal «aa bald, Obaaooa ao...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

' , CT Oar lorel|« adrloea tkV> week, while lhe» .Ml ta readwnh deep lalareet. wal aire be pemerd yldi aadaeai aad oarraw. The eapilnUlrw of Ham. I. Ike Ward raUierr of Loale Napoleon, allaoagh aa oveat that there haa been math reoaoa t. eparehead, la pet raeleaeholy lidiaea to eeery Into rrpoblio... The aewe from lldaiar)', likew'ae, la eaylbraf bat Ihe moot happif) la, le Ikoae who emtpatnke with her atreolla, nilllien fee freedom aad a free rraabllcaa aorerament. Bat lh. •¦darkealhoarlo jaot herere day." H Ie aa)d, ..I we will act yet deepen erea of Italy aad the atonal eky, wueh lea, of apheavln, and aUruraa Haafary. , ¦ • rp>la aaaaaaeiar the remaral af i^oerraaefer laat week, we laadrertently emitted u meatin the temoeal ef the f'eel OJfce. Mr. Ceae'e ooerleTe aioialheholldiagoocnaledey Dr. Dimock u aa caVe. betweea 1. U Poet Jt Co'e aad Lalhrop t Saliehary'e literee, two deer, aoalh ef the old loea. liaa of Ihe omee.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

»-sTnW V&sTff LATER FROM EUROPE. Af-rtwml »rtm«twrimio>a>am|*Ji. baa?of the barque Ckarle* Bartlett—BfnemSkts fa England—Important front Framca—in* Fall of Rome, and recall and diegrace ofOudinot—Unfavorable New* from Hungary—Progrese-of Revolution in Europe, eV., &c. St. Jontf's, N. B., July 20. Tho Steamship Caledonia, Capt. Leftob, with datoa from Paris to the 6th, London to the 6th, and Liverpool to tbe 7th Inst., arrived at Halifax about 7 o'clock last evening. The Caledonia has 45 passengers for Boston, exclusive of 18 of the 42 survivors of tbe ill-fated barque Charles Bartlett. of Plymouth, Mass., Wm. Bartlett, master, which on Wednesday, the 27th ult, at about 2} P. M., wben 700 miles to the westward of Cape Clear, was run down by the steamer Edropa, and sunk in 8 minutes, -with 134 passengers and erew. The catastrophe occurred during a dense tbo. and although the boats of the Kurnpa were instantly lowered, aud every possible assistance...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

M«W«>IU Aanir. Loos-is.Rathb«a,the only ooa, wo beHere, of Mr. Benjamin Rathbnn, proprietor of tbo Rathbun Hotel, Broadway, and formetly of Buffalo, is 85 years of age, bos oootrocted habits of intemperance, drinks sometimes to excess j bis fits of iptoxieaUon Is followed by terrible fits of delirium tiamoae. aad at eneh times bo has aa littlo control over Us aetiono aa a laoatlo. Every effort of his father to reclaim hia from his dlsootato life having proved inonVeooju , bo redded at tho hotel when bo oboio and did as he pleased. This morning about six, bo got np oot of bed, after a week of herd drinking, took np a raaor, aad attempted to cut* his own throat, which hb unhappy mother, wbo hod been watching bis motions, naturally tried to prevent. It is said that he cried ' Good bye mother !' before drawing the instrument aorost his throat, whleh he wounded severely, but not dangerously. His aged mother siescd his hand and screamed aloud with uncontrollable terror. Tho u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

List of Jurors, Drawn lo serve a( Amgmet tttemne 18-19. Orsund Jwrcrra. Auburn.—Henry 8. Low, John Tewkesbury. « Apolacon.—William House. Brooklyn.— Felix T. Saffbrd. Cligord. —Jsmes Rolls Jr. Franklin— George W. Park. Gibson— N. E. Kennedy. Harford.—Ovid Follet, Richard Richardson. Harriet—John M. Myreo. Jackson.—Martin nail, OriSn Cook, Zuri O. labell. w ^Liberty.—Jacob Chalker, I. N. Haw ley. lAinoir.—Edwin Stephens. Ne\o Milford.—Francis Moxlcy. Rush— Henry J. Cbsmpion, Mathew Dunmorc. Springville.— Jesse Scott, Nathaniel E Sherman, Albert Squires. TAomson-Collins Gelett, Jesse Stoddard. Trmweroo Jawanra. riasr wax*. Bridgewuter.—XLytou Baldwin, Joshua W. Curtis. Bnw.7yn.--EU B. Goodrich, R. O. Miles. Choconut.—Robert Giffin. C/i/ord.—Alexander Burns, Eliao Stevens, James Brownoll. Dimock.—Ellsba Fargo, Mason Tingley, E. T. Wilbur. Fores* Lake. —Benjamin W. Clark. FriendeviUe\-Thomm* Glermon. Franklin.—Hiram Dolloway. Gibson.—Ebonoaor Blaaohord, Benjamin Dix, LebbobT Ham...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

LATEST NEWS. Mmtmw Wwmm CmmlmmmmhMU Tha TWtnns ofTaaesay haa an* day* later adviee* from Ban r^anciaeebnwurhtvia Mnsallaa lo Boalan. Thar* la nothing new, ar MoHlaf. Pi-avWoaa aad Ctothinf are necamlnf qaKa pUnty, aad •ellinf very low. BnlhUnff lata era still on th* rfn* ia San Franelaaa the** worth bet 9900 two yawn ago now being Worth $50,000. Lumbar i* worth 9400 par M. aad very aoeree at that. New tawna are sprinfiiif ap na by BJtagie arnend th* Bay.— San Francisco is full of peeft* and mallitndee are eooslanlly arriving. Iteoma 90 foet aranare real for $600 and $800 par annum. Than were upwards of 70 square rigged vessels In peri, and aoma doaan or more from China daily expected. Tho gold dnst this season had nut been dug out vary freely owing In Ihe swollen stale of tho streams; but ao doubts wore entertained but that as much would be gathered this year as last, aa Ihe number of labores Ibis season excueded thoseof Ihe previous one. At Ihe mine*, aa yet, mailers remain...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

Nrtim swrnwiirairoitus. Valuable Property JjJ^FOR SALE.l£ Ten ¦ a>»eimsj»W fiii SSlr Mil TriuaMe rtaamrp t*tnteaMlalol Ltaiat'a flap n-Hf-*-. •> las tmklj* *«**• n*-fZ^7^^lmi rfM>^m*™M*^**** Una hiiUMi 1 inai a lbtr an< lannsrv, wvfc a BtnaU oinajttas, mtntHfrnaj frmttt S ItuH. 4MO-A-«U Wtatl»«Ar«- *^mmtfif*' mh»m*Ue mmrmi,amwmm*U*m*m~a***m*m mm**Um*aja***** An} lenawt nf «-W warn no |KwHtV^lrmtaMi etnerntotrtjeurinirmpereent af the purunssi ¦eunT.snS serine ar isBuittan tna tot«aat asHanattv. ~llZZZXZ^Z~^«*o+ l~jti~tt^*~mm m)^mwermmm i*i*^ mm. UwmmH**immmi't**mm» hoiWh iWf>>*partvWat«ln«l. „_._ Bnahlra, J-tvS*, ISM.) F. WlltrrLB. N.T. 4E.R<iilroad! EVERY BODrS MARKET LINE. .T*nas*sa»a»s.w* new psoases to loaeha fmBMUT i aTanV^a rMtttall-* Owrosjajt MtactfeBaatoMf avatajlBttwael •ssssl Emataaatara* Papala, m^^Tmmmtj.W^mmmmmw mmtnmtfai mftm^ ^U^ am* aatattnae nbh ^iam^Um^maft'imf^a^mmt. 'nmr •rins««aMtett«antninwtlMBaaMta<JM...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

tUwrlta^ Saiss. £S^S&Si^SB Hantrote. en rMaiOav, tttaTiSlh anv of Ansae*, at *n* nJltnat ¦irttua Heeler astrsslt* tamt annate as tb* to—MBf al Auburn, In tha Ofta-WTof S-aaUt*—!»%•»* SaatoertNanavlvtwIn—nenuawtasfcMaw*,»*oWi Havak mjmmm at WmmmJemmtm^Mma^ mmm^SAaHmmM San, South to laa^aflaaMQBuaanuvrwa ^ laaa^al Wn-ani OsJfc-'Jiaiatolnc St assss.4 sails aniai»iS,a fttjmai housaanSa anall li*lll,llli Sbi iililiaf Jaaaai °S-M ani taken at the sutt « MOV. O SberaHB, tolno BMa>fl>iuaaW War->wra.JaBMsOnskk. _^_ ALSO-At UwasaMaltv»aMlln>si AOAstewMa traet or saraal of laaJlnS^Ba-nOlp ef HarnwO.^Sto endSi-tVaJbutnH n^r-aSeS e*Miens, ts n«i tatb* North by Isntk af A**4 Wee, oa the Bast by InnnsaTMa* a.OaUa'a. tbe South by lanat at Sana B^nonrssMlsn tb* West by Uw t>hlMAMaanS araatBeni Taw|*i naa4-Canla.nt-a; aaoutban* aaaere w^erl*a «,utth Ihe aapurttnvaness, s ftsnuS bouse, maad bausi •>., late thaeetavtaofHImmC.Baker. _ . .., •Meet and t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

UnMwimmxuwv^ ^LniALDWlM," .aisa;"arta-V'ytt*!K!« Bona. Rnaha, ningnhread, raoklra, rrarkerS etr., head MoMantly an hand st wbalantla and letaS. At»» rrcr ra ittty of Candy, gat a* tat tba very Inat atyte, Kew Vark nai S^d^;SlTlnaw.S>T,d.rfl^7 r ah .IjTHal waraanhandatwbatMalaaa^trta*. ^aal, JOHN GROVES. TJmBXtOl^Jm. ' BmaM TAHdOR. nWBTBOOB, FA. Oarriaa an tb* bosMm km til B* b snnbss at tbo «bl ¦ aaaorar taa bosh steta. aTOsiUlVla-Wail'^llU^a^ anew, Mimmw g - mmlmni, WaM IB ary, aBanbav , ananw JjE DIMOCK, ^B^^k'^s- LwaakSiaaaiJV. FASHIONABLETM1OK1 ^anto^eraoe'ooa.naaraj noev. n. TWAVaBa, •mnt in innriTiicmBan, gm ^M* -^mj^^fs s"^ ***&a*ng"aVa»a>'*». ^ OowTsnt. ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

- TansFor Sal*. _ i»g!^iia-nWgj5 *5^?^SS!i*2^_?> laatnialb SjaMfl. B* sol aniii agead stats ersuknviitni. T**>toani* nsBabllalliicrriiiiiil ~-mB**jm7mZZm Th* Btask on tba slsss »¦¦¦, haetwa, mmmjfamnmm, tjag*a^^&^* * WmUnatamwmmamtWm. 3. TmUmt,<¦-, Wanwiit, Pa. or ef Ik-TS irib-. at »^M2£?iXZr Mtaareas, Bee. ISf lStSl BIKIABtOB B vn-VBT. NEW MA1BMBNT. CB ALOWIW woraid tanVaWMatan-ntt** aWertanOian •Mr M*tiUrm% and wouM_lunwm t-nnattatb. bus ^aUth* Baahnrand Btwabtag Baanawasenl atmm Sslana, s j%ra?tC.aSa^gs5 Sd >..»-¦«» "nTJSriu. »Vl-^U- taa.aanenaoBlaoaB-^S^Sshx'xiSssS' JSi. tola and rtteS. HuntreaaJnlyll.lHS. Executor's Notice. ALL persona Indebted to Iba aatotoaf >>nnnal Bbsrajssil atnrj'd, lataof Auburn ar*re.|naatad touaah* Itutnijlati ¦wnnl, sad all aatnunt baring data suds agalnM taM B* tola to pwantt IhantilnlystttnJadrbrafttltnaiwt. - Auburn July TlMS.i TIHW. J-SBBBWOOD, Bs't PKB»uardaa>alBlMngla* ,andl>U...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

ifsarAiiival LATIWftSAlHHin \ ^ *; e <^§n*mm*tf mJUamaj^w.a\W.m.mlmnm, ****** aUbbiSaUBawAa^ *' anb.OnnmOwSn^ ^¦^ sSSivSHSSiS SSi^S^tHSlS iS£^3»saig^ viz&stjr-- -¦*- - natnr yjfjU rnaan^i^^^^^g, ^ - ^stri£t)StXLanisAS Q-inua, low, a, ~S-£tS3. G"r:Es5^^.Sln^aru rnr^^^nt&^S^Tt^nr' imiOAB-ar^deHlalo-OarHoee, V uoaon.1 una. wpaaaeOU a. oar. It], eaaal t* aaeW , Chetut Bogu, ' Aj!g^,, »ah.,fc^nn. , ^ft^K NEW GOODS. W awoaoomoliaaioaannd aaaaala aararnan ero^oak ,aii.au. awar«teWaaie«en>eH raV "s.JWj.r1"'' aawa». s'jssjxs}sr-"tm'misasgif Take h^imt—A'iSSSSSA'Si atmp a*mmr am* mmamepmm am ma aaaeemm, mmmnmTm a.iwa^e eiw train ^, sal eSttrt^tniSta gey ns silt! datHaoftbahtaurtw^tnnj^lw^s ^ts. IHaatna,Juiyl,lSdS. " auOBBT MOCK. _W00LI WOOL J _ 5000 iaay^--~^gy.TWnaM' A Frash Arrivtl Q'^^siisssrs''sssir tsiaisr <H AWLS.—Whtto t!antan aaanns, a WuuuYOl aaVMetbr OOSin. AJaa,ltwt<Mo,BBraKOMhm>uwtnManBnnan« S^^^'^^nnSSrTajilSr TVBUCg MiOriu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

iMairtriM: On th* 19lh inat. by Rev. N. F. I>e Witt Mr. Jonn M. HumiKBo, of Itanwabor* fa., to Maw (Uixv V. Swt.j.ax of Windsor N. Y. In Conklin, nmomo county N. Y. on lha ItOlhu.t, by Eld. l>nvia Dimock, Mr. Thomas J. Porrua, lo Mint Ei.tt* A. daughter of Ansel Wartrous, ~ Esq. all of thai plaee.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

DIBS. In ThempMn, on the I4lh Inat, Mrs. 8tt.i.v R. wife nfMr.Jumc* C. Boahnell and dnufhterof Rev. Eli Hyde, aged 37 year*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

WSkyttwammt Betrvlcmm. Braatrf-rSl-T^b,(l-TJ«.»¦. An*. a*n.»"-'-•-* {. IL . Pul'i •' Mo^rort.. ^^ " 3* *¦ W Pttw. BrtMMbrtl Co " **K 1*2 *•* T^annda, " " Bvaabsj

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 26 July 1849

/¦iimijitfiraui ajaMgpMeat wf Oraaa I*aw*L Tho improvement of glass mnd, baa nn getievelrr leoeioed tbat oltoDtion fa tl.L eoaatrv, wbioh tho importance of this de partaeeter bftsbandry seems to demand TlWottgbout the northern states, tbe graai eropTin ha* and pastnraue. Is i»f greatei value than any -»ther. With the exception of swine, grass constitutes the principle food of our tTomcstic stock. Tt chiefly feeds oui laWriag animals, and is the " raw material" from which ia produced most of oni be-,-r, mutton, butter. cliecau aiui.wo.,1; and by tltus suppoTtlh g tho hv<f stock of out firms, tarnishes iu an essentia! decree, the i-lcineuU lor the production of our breadstuff*, fraits nnd vegetables. s In tbcio parts of onr omilry where dair>in>r and stock raising constitute tha leading ftrartolios of farming, it is important tc c>>rtti mo tho ntydac.Vi.Mt of grass on the tho saiao land as long as g*ioa crops can 1m ubtainotl. In many situation...

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