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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - July 20, 1838, Bloomington, Indiana iii iti a i i ill ii to Quot i iii i Lilii Iimori see �01��� we a la Wro m Wail Chr itt Isema Toni. 3.bii001ulw�t0iv, Friday july m. �4. Guiteu and published every Friday by m. L. Deal. Office on main Cross Street first door West of maj. Hight s. Terms. Two dollars in Advance two i Fly in six months and three at the end of the year. No paper will to discontinued until All arrearage Are paid up. Avert moments of ton lines or less will be published three weeks for one Dollar and 25 cents for each additional insertion. All advertisement must to marked with the number of insertions or they will to inserted till forbid and charged accordingly. The Cash must invariably accompany advertise men from a distance or they will not receive attention. All letters and communications addressed to the editor must be free of postage. No variation whates a need to expect cd from these terms. List by agents. The following gentlemen Are re Quested and authorized to act a agents to re Pivo subscriptions lob work advertising see. And receipt for the same. Thomas c. Johnson Spencer la h. H. Throop Mill group la. Samuel h. Smyth Bovi Lini Green la. John Parr fre Dosiia Indiana. We. Herod Esq. Columbus la. A g. Wayman Martins Bur la. P. A. , new Amny a. J. S. In win by. Georff. May Montgomery co. La. We. S. Ror Kuts es<., Nils Hville la. Or. 1. H. Maweli., Frankfort la. John butt Khaton Cresenc Hsio la. A Fannue i Dunn Esq. Bedford i Liana. Fru iii the Jinfer Sonville courier. New move. To copy Thi follow iii from tiie Nii Sivillo ten Nesich. Willij. Vic do not Placo mitc i Confidence in Iho Rop in but to wish our readers to know what the at Wash Niton Are doing a Riovo Mol is now said to Leo on foot at Washington thu of which will no doubt Surprise the great mass of both political parties. Sign Nie months ago it was Unno Nicod in u liar Risburg paper Nind copied into a few of the Shiji pay Kirej that Trio. So Limo of running general Harrison As the Van Huron candidate for the next presidency in the that the full elections should result Una Vorabo to or. Van Buren himself Hud been spoken of. It min a it curs that the matter has been transferred from Lla Risburg to Liin we arc la. Tii Abi ity of every prom iii Imit Man in the omitry will pro Biomy in diet Clasca Gay Trio us no Init trait ii Finarty in order it possible to i Cai or. Clay. Jiunto and Kendall arc thu chief managers of the party at the Metropolis and such is the sleepless enmity of these men for or. Quot Lay and such the atrocity of their past course towards him that the iii Vinent on Tho political clip Bnard however Era Lic ought to Surprise the country. Slut we Are ass Rel that or. Clity s supremo con tempt for Tho Loco Leo leaders is quite equal Tohei hatred and venom mid it is hardly possible that to or his friends should to alarm cd at any Dot which Uliey can Sot it in fax i to defeat his election even if j Politi Al treason should Lio the iii Lamous Means employed for its Nocom it wish mint. The following Huntor to Tho editor of Tho Cincin Naff Post Milord i some insight into Tho plans of the enemy. Wash iii Lon june 14, 1c30. There is a sub Rosa business going on Here. Tho managers of which like the venetian conspirators seem almost of Enid to breathe at present hut you know i have such facilities Lor information As arc enjoyed by but few. Such a Meas ure As i am Goin to mention has been in contemplation Here with n few for a num Lxi a of months but their fears Are Raj idly subsiding and they Are now audibly what but a few weeks in Nee inc y to 10 almost Straid to think. From a Tara aces circus Taiin a daily develop o them air. Clay will in Tho nominee of Tho National convention in 183�z. Should this to the fact of which i have no doubt the present supporters of the and Niini Talion will almost to a Man go for Harrison. As Tho object of the whigs is to Defcoat Van Buren to the object of Vanburen friends is to defeat Clay and they will do it with Tho assistance of Pennsyl Vania who will never to brought to Vole for Clay under any circuit Tancos. This move Noat will when generally known make a tremendous excite Niento. Vote cannot but have observed surrounded you ure by the in it ers from All quarters that the South West Are All going for Clay. To is if the election was month mrs really certain of Louisiana Alabama Mississippi Missouri and Illinois and they Are becoming stronger in his favor every Day but of your old Friend Kichie says Nama ver rim. To shall controlled Power to prescribe what sort of Money shall be received in payment of dues to the Oor Ern ment to the extent of Rei Guirior if he choose the whole Revenue of Twenty or thirty millions of dollars a year to be paid in to Peeve. It then proposes to leave it entirely at the dire it Tion of the president to direct there and a am and in what amounts and proportions this specie or whatever other Money shall be kept. So that As under the reign above referred to the Money May be Lent by half millions at a time or by ten times that amount at a time to any Bank or individual whatsoever whom the executive May choose to Trust to prop Riate or to buy up As men have been heretofore propitiated or bought up by Means of the deposits. It propose of course also to empower the Sesi birr to punish a wit diam of the deposits any such depository As his pleasure May from Ike National Tuell Gencer. Tho latest project of the administration for regulating the fiscal affairs of the government yesterday passed the Senate by a majority of five votes. What thu precise nature and effect of that Bill Are Tho Reader will be Able to understand by an attentive perusal ofor. We Bstok s remarks upon its passage which will be found in the proceeding col us in. That Bill is in Brief an attempt to empower Tho president of the i United states of his own Mere will a pleasure to do that which the sub Treasury Bill Poschl Todo by legislation. In other words the amp Nate now asks of the Llo Usuff representative a to Grant Mai Mission to the president of the United Tatos Todo the very thing which Tho Senate has asked the House of Itse Flo do and which the House of representatives has twice sol a dimly duty Ramiu Enthat it will tvo no hand in doing. That ii the Short of it. The Bill Jiro poses in truth to a Stoke the ski us of Jackson ism in All its it proposes to invest Ihu i Uii in tar with an a. Chance to Light upon just As the late president of the United states visited Bis displeasure on the Bank of the United states by the removal from it of the Public deposits. Finally after clothing the Paesi birr with this More than regal Power the Bill proposes to place it All within the cover and Protection of the veto. For the Power which it is now proposed to Confer upon the president if the House concur with the Senate will be beyond the reach of remedy by legislation so Long As a single vote More than one third of the members in either House of Congress shall stand by the president in the exorcise of it. From the Xenia free press. Three things Fob some folks to think of. 1st. Henry Clat can not be president without the vote of the free states. 2d. He can not Hare the vote of the free states without leave of the abolitionists. 3d. He can not have the Vole of the abolitionists until he emancipated his slaves and turns a Short Corner in his congressional course respecting slavery in the District of Columbia. . Clay and his friends May turn which Way they will count the squares of their chess Board either Way perpendicularly horizontally a or slant Wise. It won t mend the matter and they might As Well understand it first As last. We copy the foregoing from the Friend of Man the Organ of the new York anti slavery society. It is but a few weeks since that we saw in the same paper an article touching or. Van Buren s conduct on the question of slavery which shows him to be in no better favor with the editor than or. Clay is. It is True no Consi amp int abolitionist can support either of the two. Or. Van Buren is the most obnoxious to censure from the abolitionists. Brought up As be was in a free state and always professing to be a Democrat he has no apology for pledging Nis influence to support slavery but the paltry consideration of receiving the votes of the South. Or. Clay s education and location May be an apology but they Are no justification. Or. Clay on or. Calhoun s Resolution did attempt to soften Down a Little the Southern nation of the right of petition and the Power of Congress Over slavery and the slave Trade. He yielded just enough to have the favor of the South without gaining a single Friend at the North. The Ditre Renco Between the North amp the South on these questions is so great that a Man May find Many positions Between them without being near enough to reach either. He who at Emps to grasp both will be Suro to obtain neither. Thus Between two stools or. Clay will be Apt to find himself seated on the ground. We travelled a few Days since with an Intelli pent gentleman from Mississippi a whig who gave it As his opinion that the Southern and Western slave states would not support or. Clay. His course on or. Calhoun s resolutions was condemned unanimously by those interested in slavery. If this gentleman s opinion is Correct and we Bulino it is where will or. Clay get his support Hay making. Philosophy teaches and Many years experience has confirmed us in the correctness of her teachings that not Only Clover but All Hay in which Clover or any of the succulent grasses Are constituents should be cured in Small grass Cooks not rolled Bojt formed of layers with the Fork. The objections to the old Mode of curing who in Tho Sun Are in the first place that the leaves and finer parts of grasses dry crumble and Are lost Ere the stems and succulent portions Are fit to carry to the barn. In the second place that an intense hot Sun is Hurt Ful to the Quality of the Bay that curved in the Shade Bein always the Roost fragrant and nutritious. Third it is liable to be seriously injured by the Dew sudden showers or continued Rains. And fourth demands More labor than the new Mode. We will briefly state our method of management which experience has induced us somewhat to a y our grass is heavy averaging perhaps 81 tons to the acre and abounds More or less in Clover. Where this preponderates or is in any too adorable proportion we endeavour to Cut when the Clover has just passed the Aill Bloom. The grass is of course succulent and Juicy and the swaths heavy. That which is Cut in the fore part of the Day. If the weather bids fair is turned Over in swaths but not spread or tended after three or four o clock in order that the wilted portion May be covered Isom Tbs Dew. If rain is apprehended it is put into Graza Cocks instead of being turned in the Swarth. The grass which is nut in in the afternoon it i is put Iam Cocks the following Amer noon having men lured in the Swath at Tea or eleven if time will permit or if the grass is heavy or wet. We never Spremo from the Swath unless rain us before it Isdock a a and in this Case it is ma4i� into Cocks As soon a the water is exhaled and the Graza wilted. We prefer to leave Tho souks undisturbed two nights and one Day and until a fair Day in which the curing process May be completed and the Hay housed. It May stand a week in Cocks without receiving any injury if they Are properly made. In the finishing process the Rooks Are out ened in the torning say at nine or ten Tho Hay Shakea up that the Mois Ture which is now principally upon the exterior of the grass May Pam freely off it is turned Over at eleven to two and at two to four it is completely cured and fit to be taken to the Bam. Cured in this Way scarcely s Leaf is wasted and the Hay has a freshness fragrance and Fine Colour much to be desired. There is at least ten per cent gained in Quantity and As much in Quality. The practice of tie Best English flemish and French Farmers says Deane is to expose their Hay As Little As Possie to the Sun. It is carried in dry but it preserves its Green Colour and you Sec Hay two or three years old in their Market of so Bright a Ereen Colour that we should scarcely conceive it to be cured yet they Are in the practice of preserving it for Yanai and value it More for its age. The Caa excludes it from the Sun and preserves its greenness and if a slight fermentation takes place there the Hay Seldom beats and never spoils in the mow or stack. It is the Best Mode to make Good Bay. From the Farmer and Gardener. Ghazi gof sheep in Cornfields. Baltimore june 21,1838. Or. Robert so a few Days since while Riding i the country with a Friend about twelve Miles of this City who observed a flock of sheep deliberately feeding in a Bonifield. Supposing they were trespassers we lost no time in informing the proprietor of the circumstance when to our Surprise he laughed and said they would do no harm that they were put in the Field for the purpose of destroying the Blue grass &0., and farther that sheep would never touch growing Corn nothing but the sight of the Experiment with my own eyes would have made me believe this statement but having seen it and observed also the manner in which our information that the sheep were in his Cornfield was received by him 1 was obliged to yield my belief. You will readily see the importance in various bearings of this information to our Farmers without a special detail or reference. Yours amp to. Gideon b. Smith. A fragment. Quot there is no place like this poetic phrase is no less Beautiful than True. We find that the food attachment of Home pervades All ranks and classes of society. The wandering scythian although they had no abiding habitation yet they maintained that regard and veneration for the place where the Bones of their forefathers slumbered that the nighty army of Cyrus could not Appal. Even the crude and untutored Savage of America whose dauntless spirit never Uail Belpre a fee has nevertheless a heart which beats with the warmest love towards his friends and the most tender regard to the spot where stands his wigwam. But in civilized society what is it that binds every sympathising feeling of the heart around the cottage where our fathers dwell it is because there is rare intrinsic Worth attached to it or is it those heaven born associations which connect Esch Brook and Rill each Hill and Dale with some Joyful recollection of Happy hours spent in the company of a Youthful Friend who now perhaps sleeps beneath the cold Sod of the Valley yes this tends store firmly to i Init the ties of affection to paint to the imagination seenes which occurred of Home and to Call up from the wreck of the past hours sacred to memory. Yet those associations joyous As the Are would sink into comparative nothingness if from that Circle where we spent our Youthful Days in the Gay Sunshine of pleasure was removed a Mother. The Hean Sweet As it is would be like a Temple Stripl of it Garland were it not for the sacred name of Mother to consecrate its portals. Like the evening Dew which scatters its fragrance while All else is wrap in the slumber of night so the Mother while every other ear is deaf is attentive to our Griefs mingles her tears in the cup of our misfortune and soothes our dying agony. What a solemn place for contemplation is the grave of our Mother every fault is buried in the stillness which a tombs her. Then it is that the soothing words that fell from her lips the Sweet smiles which emanated from her countenance and the warm sentiments which breathed from her soul come floating along like heavenly visions. Alas never did i fully comprehend the charms that Are conveyed in that word Mother until the grave had hid her from my View. But though the grass Waves Over her grave and the soft gentle breezes of summer pass unheeded by. Yet never until my spirit shall have flown to the other worlds never until the grave shall enclose my Bumble Remaina will i forget that word Moth by. Ameriam Magazine useful knowledge. Edt cation in Tai the late Edu cation convention held at Columbus Ohio or Johnston of Carroll is reported in the Cincinnati journal to have add eased the meeting to the Fol King Fleet a a we Are in the habit said or. Johnston of cd log ourselves the most enlightened intelligent peo on Earth but after the development of thy evening respecting a Rukaia and even Russia can pretend that Tybera is any Good foundation for Thia a habitual we Call our fellow it fans All and intelligent aurely Oal in Kuig time Fajr a ill Raim the comp lenient to never had an idea but that the Earth was As Ilat As Pale on which he ate Hia breakfast and As Tif Hema ticks the differ the Numero the mathematics the Dishi Lor and denominator of a vulgar fraction Sta a Oura Awaa and Fli utry a Mora in Raawe to i Man attorn Haa Knitli. But vat ii. A Bat Liaa been the a Tat of is Man Wool a duo Ion among us 1 a a ii Ronam Lwy bib i Umi to a Ade three Miles District school. Our shool windows but Plony us togs for air and Light our Aii play pm of a ood. It always took the whole tin of Goa boy to Pik on Kiel enough to keep it any a not a am had to a Bole time of another to pour a Atar 4owb Tea a blimey to keep our school Heuse from tailing Fra. Our teacher was a go Roan and taught us All to knew. But his attainments were not great. At to astronomy he mystery of so Deooe altogether beyond his depth. His plan was to begin with us at a Booby in the a Pellio Giboo and go on a Ith us regularly to the Story of the a Fox and the Bramble then in the Spring summer and fall we were All set to work in Tho Bushes Clearing up our farms and before the next Winter s school began it was invariably found that we had All slipped Back to a Booby Nigak so it went on from year to Yea and such was the Only school and such was the Only teacher i Ever enjoyed till i went to study Law with a gentler an whom i now see in this Assembly. But of to adar was a fortify Many peace be to his ashes it is Only last autumn that with tears of grat Eail Leo olmec Tion i put fresh sods Over his grave. But All the people sir now expects us to do something to Mia our common schools efficient. When i had saddled my horse to come to this session to attend the legislature i saw an old Geist Lenin approaching me who could neither read nor write. And who was he that should presume to approach the representative of Carroll county 1 he was one of my constituents sir and he had come to Gib me my instructions. Quot Well Johnston Quot a Aid he a Are you off Quot yes i m off he seized my hand in Hie Iron grasp and exclaimed with the deepest emphasis do Johnston get something done for the school Law. Let us have schools. This sir is the first desire of the people of my part of the country and they Aro ready to pay the manners in Missouri. Agin Ember elect of the lower chamber of the legislature of this state was last year persuaded by some wags of this neighbourhood that if he did not reach Tho state House at ten o clock on the Day of Assembly he could not be sworn and would lose his seat. He immediately mounted with Hunting frock Rifle and Bowie knife and spurred till he got to the door of the state House where he hitched his nag. A crowd were in the chamber of the lower House on the ground floor walking about with hats on and smoking Segars. These he passed ran up stairs to the Senate chamber set his Rifle against the Wall and bowed a a St rangers wars the Man what Sworns no int Quot at the same time taking out his Cren Tau. Quot walk this Way Quot said the clerk who was at to same moment igniting a real Principe and he was sworn without inquiry. When the to it Iler came to count noes be found there was one Nator too Many present the mistake was soon discovered and the Huntsman was informed that he did not belong there. Quot fool who with your Corn bread Quot he foamed. A you can t flunk this Chile no How you can fix it. I m elected to this Here legislature and i la go agin All Banks and eternal improvements and if there s any of you oratory gentlemen wants to get skinned just say the word and i la Light non you like a Nigger on % woodchuck. My constituent a a ent me Here and if you want to floor Thi two legged animal hop on jest As soon As you like though i m from the Back country i m Beetle Mart a than any other quadruped you can turn out of after Thia admirable Harrangue he put Bis Bowie knife bet Wen his Teeth and took up Bis Rifle with Quot come Here old Suke amp stand by me Quot at the same time presenting it at the chairman who however had seen such people before. After some expostulation the Man was persuaded that he Mong de to the lower chamber upon which he sheathed his knife. Hung his gun on his shoulder and with a profound Pongee remarked Quot gentlemen i beg your Pardon but if did it think that a lower room was the grocery May 1 be in. A reporter. Grand and novel project for a Railroad. The latest plan on a Macniff iolent scale is the following from the railway Magazine an amp gigs periodical Quot a calculation has been made that at Low water the Force of the Rhine Between Basle and St Rasburg is equal to 400,000 or 600,000 horse Power. A pro a it sit Ion there from has been submitted to the Academy of Scien Caa. To turn these immense water to useful account by diverting them on a great portion into a canal with thirty Falls of 100 meters 1091 Yards in height from Basle to Strasburg by Mulhouse Colmar am. By this Means it is a a Ower equal 4u,000 horse its May be obtained and an annual saving of 40,000,000 �1,666,000 be effected by Suzic Roeding thu steam engines now existing besides having water at command for irrigation. But this is not All. It is pro kit aed to make a double Lin of railway and instead of steam locomotives to draw the train along by Hydraulic machinery at the rate of six or eight leagues an hour. It is further proposed by a new system of locomotives to travel from Basle to Strasburg in hours whereas by Ordinary locomotives it is said it would take five hours the total expense is estimated at 80,-000,000 of francs about Isra,000 and m. M. Forney Ron and Cockerill Are the authors. A Prince laughing at one of his a writers whom he had employed on several embassies old him he looked like an owl. Quot i know Noc Quot answered the courtier How that May be but this i know that 1 have Honor several times to represent your a Geety s a Good Story is related of president Humphry of Amherst College. One morning before recitations some of the students fai4ened a live Goose to the president s chair. When Tho president entered the room and discovered the new occupant of Bis seat to turned on Bis Heel Rodj of Morving Quot Gen Lemon i Poree Ivo you Bavo a a own Tinl la St Rotor and 1 will Barof Lam Yew to your at Dies a editor in Boston lately got Sib a big idea into his head that his friends were Obi Goj to hoop by Noddle lest it should crack

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