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Biddeford Union And Eastern Journal Newspaper Archives May 14 1858, Page 1

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Biddeford Union and Eastern Journal (Newspaper) - May 14, 1858, Biddeford, MaineTo every form of oppression Over Biddeford me. May Louis 0. Cowan editor amp proprietor i for Trio Host bearer to bar tried. With Pood cultivation prow urge with full a atoms Ami perfect byrtus. Everybody who Baa Garden room ought to prow currant to abundance. They Are Good when Green i for Tut. And Pio. And when fully Ripe Well sugared Are a delicious a Pendant to the Loa Tabic a Bell Hiil and Nuti Lloil to it Reid it s making a capital Jelly. The Black English currant u excellent for Jelly which a a Moat grateful drink diluted in water for Fertile discs . Parr til Laos. We Aee no Good Reasen Why deep tillage should not be Practised to a great extent upon Moat of our farm land. It a Tanda to a Eavou tint if the a Oil a Locren cd but four or live Inch a with a hard Ini perv Iotia Aub toil that deep Rool Itig Planta Cut not be Noirin bed to Well a if Tho Aub Acuil waa Leo a. Home writers object to deep blowing Beau to the Aub toil throw a upon Iii lop a he u Doea injury to the crop. A to throwing the a Oil directly to the top to Han do Tiblria of it i mimic Benefit to crops but where the Aub toil plow Ian Edlo in Oarn and pulverize the ground and the next year or to Thia Aub Oil a incur a rated with Tho surface a Oil we cannot but think it would be cd material advantage. Wlms claim Doea the went put up for if Fertile in it pm Over our ? Why that Tii Cir Mil average from two to Aix fret in i it sea not this deep stirring of the toil do that very tiling for us ? the importance of deep culture a beginning Lubo better understood and More practice from Hac i Dent we purity Ogai ust drouth. Hut it bus Many advantage to induce it adoption a when a piece of land a been slowed for a aerie of year Only a few incite in depth the or of Tho plow pacing Pearly about Tho same depth make Lor it Ell a hard Well beaten Road lip Emo to heat and to Tho Root of Plant und to water and Render the aur Faco very liable to to washed Newny by our heavy rain cup. Really Porf our Bill aides Irving the Aub Oil smooth and hard exposed. How much of our land has been injured in tin Way it look plausible that if Tho Aub Oil was loosened several inches that Tom water would Oak into the ground and go of Grad Sunlly instead of forming a great fiord Bay driving everything before it. Lut tin subsoil tiles uti Rcd i of no use to the grow ing crop in Many co a it u Rich in Tho substance a composing Tho food of plants and by being i a Jawed to the action of air and Frost would increase the productiveness of the inn. The Supply of the various a alts to important to vegetation and which Iii wet seasons Are curried into Tho subsoil by deep tillage Are liberated and drawn in by Tho Root of Plant and arc vastly beneficial to the land. Deep culture tending to retain so much moisture in the Loose particles of or Rah that it operate like a sponge preventing it Tiroui becoming Cloddy and Stehl ing up water As it Nedri candid by lie grow ing Irton Mountain unum. A to. W. Holm a. Tbs son stepped Bis golds throws and Lay is the silent ass. And Tbs Lily a folded Ber Satin least. For t sleeps thing was she what is the Lily dreaming of f Why Crisp Tbs Waters Blue t Bee ass she is biting bar varnished lid her White leave Are glistening through Tbs kiss is Moling i burning Chesk la Tho up of the breathless tide the Lily hath Sisters fresh and fair that would Lio by Tbs a a Eye Side lie would Tare bar better than nil Tbs rest. And is would be fond and True but Tbs Lily unfolded Ber weary lids. And looked at the ski so bios. Remember remember thou silly one. How fort will thy summer Glide and a Volt thou Wither i Virgin Pale or tour so n Blooming Bride it 0, Tbs Rose is old. End Thorn v and sold. And be live on Earth a snid she a but the Star is intr and he uves in Tbs sir Aud be shall my bridegroom Bat want if Tbs Stormy Cloud should cons and a lbs Tbs Stiver sen f would be turn 1ms Ere from Tbs Distant sky. To nails on a thing Libs thee ? of no fair Lily he will not Send one Rev from his for off throne Tbs winds shall blow and the Waves a Bill flow and thou Wilt be left alone. There is not a Leaf on Tbs Mountain top Ner a drop of evening Dew. Nor a Gulden Sand on Tbs sparkling Shore Ner s Pearl in the Waters Blue. That is has not cheered with his Al cols snails. And warmed with his kit Lesa beam and Waltl he be True to a pallid Flower that floats on Tbs quiet Stream 1 alas for the Lily she would not Herd. But turned to Tbs skies afar. And band beg breast to Tbs trembling Ray that shot front the rising a tar Tbs Cloud cams Over the darkened sky and Over the Watrt wide she looked in vain through the beating rain and Arak in Tbs ate my tide. Moot it it love the in i ils of he hol Der. A Tilc rending re Cully an account of die Frig Litsui my acc of several White Fum Hes by the a Luck foot Indiana we were reminded of a thrilling event which occurred in the a a a lid eat Quot a a smrt time to the revolution in Winch a highly accomplished Young lady the daughter of o dist Inguillo d Ellice of the american army played in important Pari. The glory being of a net thrilling nature and exhibiting in n striking manner the Quot perils of the Border Awe have comic tuned to give in extract from it a originally published a follow tin Angle Oil the right Bank of lie great Kana Uhn formed by it Junction Wii the Ohio a called Point i be Oast and is it Plaro of historical note. Hero on the jut ii of october 1771, during what i it Iowa pm lord Uusi Norco a War we fought one of the fiercest and must desperate Lui Talca Thot Ever look place bit wet n the virginian und their Forest too. After the Battle in question in which Tho Indian were Defeated with great loss a fort wan Here erected by the Victor which became a Post of great importance throughout the sanguinary scene of strife which almost immediately followed and which in this Section a folic country were continue d for Many year alter that a table a Merit of peace which acknowledged the us ibid colonies of America s tree and Independent nation. At the Landing of Tho Fot on the Day our Story opens was fastened a Flat Host of to Kim used by the Early navigators of Tho Western River. Upon the Dick Oft i boat at the moment to present the Arene to the Reader stood five alike engaged in watching a group of it Erson mostly female who were a lowly approach aug the Landing. Of these five one was a Stout s ctr negro in partial livery and evidently a House or body servant three were Boatmen Aud Borderers a indicated by their Lough bronzed visage and coarse attire hut Tho fifth Assn Young Man some two Aud Twenty years of age of a Tine commanding person and a Clear open intelligent countenance and in the lofty Carriage of i head in Tho gleam of i Large Bright Hazel Rye Thero was something which denoted one of Superior mind but As we shall have occasion in the course of our narrative to fully set Forth who and what Eugene 1 Fairfax a we will leave him Lor Tho present and turn to the approaching group whom to seemed Lobo regarding with Lively interest. Of tins group composed of a Middle aged Man and Lour females with a Black Fernalo servant following some live or a in paces i the rear them we one whom Tho most casual Eye would have singled out and rested upon with pleasure. Trio indy in question was apparently about Twenty year of age of a slender nod Graceful figure and of that Peculiar cast of feature which besides being Beautiful in every Lineament rarely of i to affect the beholder with some Lhing like a Charm. Her drive lug costume a a Fino Brown Isbit High in me neck buttoned closely Over tin Tosoni and coining Down to Hgt r a inn 11 pretty feet without trailing on Tho ground was both Nealand becoming and with her Riding cup and its waving Ostrich clue set gaily above her flowing curls reappearance contrasted forcibly with Trio rough unpolished looks of those of her sex b Sido her with their Linsey bed gown a Carlet flannel petticoats and bleached Linen Caps. Quot us Blanche a said one of the More venerable other Lemale companion pursuing a conversation which had been maintained a inc quitting the open fort by bid them a i cannot tear to let you go Lor it just seem to toe As it something were going to happen cd a Nti Wear of of cwt Raue when is says my far is fair and his dear hand softly lingers a mid the ringlets of Tuy hair i i wonder if a Tovay me. Of whisper very Low. Bright starry orb of evening 1 Haesert if pc know cd sir a Tren rat that Ripple softly. And Bird that West la along if it rect said is loved me the joyous tiding bring i Blue Violet that he gave me. To less roae Bud in my hair la pretty perfumed whispers my happen a declare of. Ossre eyes and tearful. Bright flowered of the Dell my timid heart was fearful Yoad nothing a a a we a to Tell a then close your Petal softly in. Blue yes a Ink to sleep. For Violet that be Gav is. You must not seem weep i a dear aria Atole around her. And on the loved on a a breast Young Kittle ceased to wonder she anew that she we Blest

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