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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - June 1, 1838, Bloomington, Indiana Nasal St he a Iro it Ratisher Evert Friday by m. H. Deal. Of Julih chos8 Street nest door West of us a right s. Terms. Tohl Douay <0 Dir once two fifty in a in Mouths had to m the of the year. 2fo Iid amp Ruiu be Gibcon trued Titi All arrearage pm in up. A of ten lines or less will be pub Limm a hrs of week for one Dollar and 25 events for a a id motion. Alt a Verti Onienta must be marked with the number of Iowa totos or they will be inserted till forbid and charged accordingly. The Cash must invariably accompany advertisement from a distance or they will not receive Atten Tion. All letter and communications addressed to the editor must be free of postage. No variation whatever need be expected fro i these terms. List of agents. The following gentlemen Are requested and a to lionized to act As agents to receive subscriptions Job a Fork \dverii8ing amp a. And receipt for the same. Tomas c. Johnson Spencer la. H. H. Throop Mill Grove la. Sahvel h. Smtth Bowling Green la Samauel Millsaps Fairfax la. We. Huron Esq. Columbus la. A a g. Wayman Martinsburg la. D. A. Rawlings new Albany la. J. 8. Irwin Louisville by. Georoe May Parkersburg Montgomery co. La. We. S. Roberts est Nashville la. Or. I. B. Maxwell Frankfort la. John Batterton , la. George g. Dunn Esq. Bedford Indiana. P from the Massillon Ohio Gazette. R e t u r n a a f r ii ii c a p t i v e War has lung been reckoned a glorious there is a Pride and pomp and circumstance Quot a bout it extremely Rapti voting to the Young and ardent Olio have Only had the Opportunity of seeing it in Holiday Diess. Could it always exhibit ii sell in pageantry and Parade it would be indeed a glorious if nut it useful Art there is an under current of misery ill its acting and Routs never seen by the romantic Tho strips from its adventitious tinsel and presents it naked the fruitful Parent of pain amp Dingru Matiun. The victorious general surrounded by us gaily decorated Shaft with a highly disciplined and tastefully uniformed line of soldiers in his front presents a Dii Lurenl Aspeci from that which must have Nejl the Eye when surveying the carnage on the eve of the Battle of Waterloo. Our citizens yesterday morning were introduced to the Octia instance of John Wood a Man Witolt a talc of sorrow could not fail of interesting the heart however callous or however prone to incredulity. A meager sketch can Only be Given now the ample history of his misfortune May hereafter be pres of cd to the world and in Given by a master hand will command the interest and enlist the sympathy of the Public when the mawkish productions of fiction. Which now cd incr our Book stores and insult our taste shall have become Des disc Ltd and forgotten. In the Zurof iu52, John Wood now Liliy years old was a Young and industrious Farmer in Urack on county Kent us by. He was Tho Hus build of Young and interesting woman and the father of two infant children. He was living in happiness on 8 farm which he had Earne l by his ind is try when the Gallant Captain Littler who afterwards fell at the capture of the British batteries at fort Meigs raised his Flag and solicited tha Hardy kentuckian a of Bracken county to enrol themselves among the defenders of their country. July Wotel was one of Tho number. He a Ulm sred All the privations to which the chivalric army of Tho Iiorio West exposed during the dist Strous Campaign which resulted in the defeat of Winchester at the River Raisin. By Good Fortune Hoeka Ted the Tomahawk of the Savage allies of great briton us and was sent n prisoner of a War to Iuo Bec. Iju waa Dext Wilh other american prisoners de a notched in a trans sort to Plymouth in England. From by a crowd of fellow Iri Anners he was about to be transferred to uart co or that Well Romeil Terud scene of British cruelty and British Casar Diccy when he found an of a a it Unity to elude his gun i is and make his escape a wandered through the country Mealing through by want a until m found Hiu self at Bristol. Hunger compelled him to enter a grocery the head a rafters of a British piss gang. Here he i Ressell and despite his protestations that he was a cd Tzeo of the United Stales and a fugitive prison or of War facts which might have been easily no via by re fire co to a the Tail authorities of i it till he was hurried on Board his majesty s Fri Sto Sua horse then the Flag ship of the celebrated r com rolled log car arms a a Troat his own . Of Hoard the sea horse wore several other a Maric Nim who like Wood had fallen Viu Tinpui to the of impressment. They determined and when lying in the port of St. Jonat succeeded in procuring a boat during an a a Irei Soelv dark night and attempted to reach the East pm wait of the stale of Maine. They were in mantly pursued and were obliged to desert their boats on the Shore of new Brunswick and seek a a Fiji in Tho it gods. Afier wandering about for two ours exhausted with cold and hunger and fati fue Urey were apprehended by a parly of British. A tier and again transferred to tin horse. It punish rent that followed Ghiata a Serlin was last died with All that ingenious Ofgruet-ty0l which the Brit Ike Navy in in celebrated. Ill a r80 Aii ked to the Squadron under Quot afterwards Ord red Imp and look it Cativo Paft a the Jumi no or during of the defence let a Zahahi. Pm Fatm oof. Or. Wood and the Imp card a Init Iii were never a knitted of leave t it air ves it a i get. He was on boar in the right Ubea sir Parker met his Fate on Shore. A few Days Subee Quant to this eve uni Hoiu Oon Topany with even other impressed at Ricatti at Malm and eee ape to Broad Day Light by boldly Ntoni Diing into a boat along Side and pulling rapidly for to Lahore. One of the Oum Ber was Slot by the Aei Hinel of duty. Tho others reached the Beach but were Kuprel minded immediately of loading by a party of marauders belonging to the sea horse. By order of Admiral cock bum they were sent in Irons to Nova Scotia where after undergoing the formality of a Rook trial they were sentenced to be shot. The sentence however was commuted to service for life in his Britannic majesty s army in the East indies. They were accordingly shipped to England and thence with a regiment of newly levied recruits despatched to Calcutta. For 21 years or. Wood served As a private Someier in the East India sen Rise and eighteen Mootha Siace when broken Down in spirit and in Constitution he was permitted to sail for England. Desti trite and Quait broken he reached London stated his Case to the United states counsel amp by Bim was furnished with the Means of reaching new York. He left new York in january and wended his weary pilgrimage towards the Home of his childhood. It is now 26 years since he left his wife and children in Kentucky i Ltd not one syllable has be heard relative to their situation since the moment of their separations. The citizens Here forc a few dollars upon him for poor and decried As he is he still possesses All the Pride of a kentuckian and sent him on his Way in the Stoge to Wellsville for which town he intends to embark on a steam boat for Augusta in Kentucky. Fancy cannot help asking what now is that Home to which the War broken wanderer is returning will the wife of his youth be ready in the Fidelity of her Early love to Hail the restoration of her Long lost husband or will her duty and affections have been Given to another or will she be reposing beneath the clods of the Valley and his children if living they must have Long since entered upon the Busy scenes of life. Will they take the weary Pilgrim to their Honnes and to their bosoms a thousand overpowering emotions must Rush upon the old Man s heart As his weary footsteps approach the spot that was once this Home fancy cannot fill the picture. May he who Quot tempers the wind to the shorn Lamb Quot support the aged wanderer in that eventful moment which is soon to witness either the ext Acy of his happiness or the utter Des Latiea of Bis Hopes. Asm which we had supposed noose would Umler stand. The names of the Farraer of Nult Hington county and the Armer of North bowl Are i Separ Bly connected in Pennsylvania and they Are both so firmly United in the the people that no tempest blow from what Quarter of the political Compass it May con separate them. Mercer a luminary sex science. An account is of fire of it resent interview with i. Q.4dams,at i a Ringlon during wich be is Saiid to Dye Vii the following language Quot i Twive been a firm believer in the revelation of god and have aug True de in the atom of of Christ and dui big a big Hsii i have Kennthe prayer of Laith prevail with Israel s god it is True i have been called by provi Detky to discharge High obligations to my country i have been four times in Europe and spent More than Twenty years of my life in foreign countr Iok. 1 was then i led to the presidency and the four years that i filed the executive chair were the Only unhappy years of my life. Now in my old age i feel it peculiarly my Ero alive to guard the liberties of my countrymen from danger. 1 have assumed vast responsibilities and in this rugged crisis i have desired the prayers of All the Good and virtuous. I shall soon pass a Way and if our country is to remain free other and younger and stronger men must fill the breach. They must be men equal to any crisis and not a fraid Orange and above All be men of prefer and piety. I ii Farmer. Our country in 1837. What will this Union be fifty years from this Day the Cloud by Day and pillar by night for the world 10 follow in their March of civilization and refinement. The morning of 1886 will Dawn up this nation double in extent with Quot Michigan Wisconsin and Iowa As the Centre of civilization and the in Begotten states of Macedon Oregon Columbia with another tier of sisterhood lying along the Rikky mountains known by the name of the Marble or Mountain states. What Are now known the Western will then receive the a Mil lation of the Eastern slates while the Western will be those bordering on the Pacific Ocean. Fifty millions of freemen will look upon the Light of that morn and glory in the name yielded by France on the great nation. Splendid cities will then exist where now the Indian lies upon his Copper face dreaming of the Happy Hunting grounds of his fathers with whom must soon dwell Tho whole Indian race. On that Day a Mere handful will be lingering on the Borders of the great deep that most at length in Gulph them. Where then will to the Capitol of Tho United states possibly in the Valley of Tho Mississippi St. Bous May be the favored spot or even Tho unbroken Widt Ness still farther . And where also will be the present citizens of our great Republic the present dwellers of the Earth will then have ceased their Bustle but Little Vitace will be held by them and a new rate of men our children and our childrens children will then Mange the machinery of the world. The above is not the huf Guage of Prophesy but that of rational a education rom a knowledge of the past and the boldest flights of imagination fifty years ago could scarcely have equal to lire realities of the present hour. Harrison and Clay. We ask Alten Ion to the article under Tho head of Larrison and Clay Quot in another column copied from the West Chester exam mar. We Are Well aware that there is too much truth in the remarks of the examiner that great exit Zicuis Are making to push general Harrison off the course and to bring Forward or. Clay As the anti Van Buron candidate for the next presidency and we entreat those who have rashly engaged in this scheme to pause and ref incl before it is too late. It has been the misfortune of the whig party to this country to be governed by a few leading politicians in and around the Eastern cities who mating been from the Yankee Farmer. On the mixing of vegetables. Almost every in Livator is aware that Soiree vegetables will mix and takes the precaution to Plant Tho different kinds at a distance from each other in order to preserve them Puie. But there Are but few who consider How far be tables will mix Aud while they Are very cautious in keeping come varieties at a distance others Are crowded together mixed and spoiled. Almost every Farmer knows from facts under his own that different kinds of Corn will mix when Plon cd near each other and yet Ninny have expressed their Surprise that any other vegetables would do the Sandrie. This is owing to the Corn being of different colours and showing distinctly the effects of the mixture while other vegetable kinds spoiled without the cause of the depreciation being known because the effects of the mixture Aro not apparent by looking at the seeds. Every one should consider How far vegetables will mix and when and How they mix this will enable cultivators to preserve valuable Kin is pure. It will also enable those who can give proper care and atle Tiou to exper intents to produce new and a wraps valuable varieties by a Cross or mixture of two different kinds. Plants have in Elmir Flowers different organs which perform an important service in relation to the seeds. One set of organs Are called Pilut other at Meiu. Tiese organs Are usually within the Corolla or leaves which constitute the Flower. Tho not a Are frequently situated in the Centre of the Flower they Are Lille tubes open on the top for the reception a Ami dust which is received from the top of the stamens and conveyed to the seed the Stamen Are thread like organs and frequently surround the pistils on the top of the Martens Are Little knots called Anthens like a Little bpm which opens when the fewer is in full Bloom and throws out a coloured dust called pollen. This is received on the stigma or top of Tho pistil and conveyed Ali rough the pistil to the seed. Without this Polien or fertilizing dust no Good Reed would be produced. The different organs Are generally in the same Flower As in the Lily and Tulip which have one pistil in the Centre and six Stan it ens around it. The Lilac Catalic Sage Fiu Saffron red top herds grass Oats wheat Rye Barley potato Maple Lau Rel Myrtle pm Tehi pm fat bet Carrot Violet morning glory and. Almost All other Flowers have the stamens Luid pistils in the same Flower. There Are some plants that have the stamens in one Flower and the Phauls in another such As the Indian porn Melon Cucumber Squash pumpkin die. The Flower that is of the Little Melon Cheum Ber do co Tatna a pistil which is open at top to re Duat times a heavy Windy Row Aimy a Iii wlm a still my re oily a few pla�t�t5ik&Quot but in a Largo Pim of earn the Ltd is blown Frem one Plant will he lilt lab thu a Pon thestal of Atli it Era to that every part of the silk wll re site a him dust upon it. When the porn is age vomit by mind the Dis Tony be elea s Vart toom jul a omit amp is Mac slim rim at a Orosi durable a Etc Ope from to Poue or dust in very Light and Jay bit carried a great my by the wind. Xoai it and Trees have the Ataman of of Plaht and the pistils of another to that it a Aeeee-�?��?�7 of other last in have need or Frait. A Ngam Mvi this to is the she Pardia or Boffalo Berry order for i amp rent Varte Tiea of a a Geum be to Imza they must be in Flower at the same ume. To plated very arly White porn by the a Teof talk yellow Wra Bott planted at the aame time and All the earliest White Corn was pure but the latest ears were mixed with the yellow. Many cultivators suppose that when two kinds of different colours Are mixed there a no a a a Tare excepting in the kernels that show a diff Brit Colour but this Sanf mistake. Five it ears we planted some Blue snapping porn a number of Reda from Knight s tall flour Coli and it become Oon Erakly mixed. Some ears of the Blue com were about one half Blue the rest v try a bit Aoril yellow and some of the kernels were by Light and partly Blue. We selected some of the Eara to were All Blue being in appearance precisely Lik that we first planted and planted it and part of product was Blue Light yellow amp a. As above of Fly de. We again selected the Blue ears Aad planted again and a part of the product was Light to migh not so much so As the crops of the two Prev Iowa years. On deep and frequent late or. Pickering in an address Bolo re the Essex qty. Agricultural society say entertain to Doum of the Utility of deep ploughing not at oboe Inot Irlanda in general but by an in Craane Oft or 3 inches every annual ploughing until the Earth be stirred Aad pulverized to the depth of ten or twelve ice Fiaai la Dian porn planted in is ice a Lhasa Floo salad mkt would not i am persuade a to a in for by �t4umf droughts. Like a a Poa it Weld absorb f a fit Quantity of rain water and become Supply the want of that a atall Ottar Flaak nothing is More com Rama to a dry aah aft Tea Rou ing of the leaves of Corn and that ctr Malanio a often mentioned As an Evide Altaf Tom a Teaf the drought. This Roll Fig of the a am a irim Corn is the consequ0qejlpb�, my ref Quot Kig Bat stat Taori of Awilow jul equip. Fwd re ,�4� aware of the dept a to a a a a i a Luna of plants will penetrate a a a dip too sad a a Roll. A gentleman much inclined to agric anal. Laval Ries and observations a format a Saarif my years ago that seeing Nofoa Mea digging a Are a a hollow place planted la Ladiao a Ora thu Ful growth he stopped to Axa Miae Hiir lir to Vaala had descended and a traced Trento the a Apa nine feet. The soil was a Amaua Aulama of Aarik which had run or been thrown Don i into the hollow. The seeds Ofa common turnip sown in weather and a soil moist 1 have known to vegetate in about 48 hours and in Only four or five Days afterwards 1 found the plants bad Anat roots to the depth of four or five inc. Strongly for tided at Home have not looked beyond mfg fruit cantata a a Stai aaa the top of which is these Norrow limits have not watch sol the Mon or a a fad with dust which in blown by winds or car ments of Ihu people a Tom Interior or at least Bava not profited by team had ban Day of Battke Aoma they have found at Toa Lata Liat they bad a re of it Ian a we Hilt their and a Aali a Ili be the a a a a Asp iian f by pity Atam of Agar Demain or. Clan w by Dwight m Piaf a of Gen. Harrison. Amp a at least a via jul Iafa concerned we feel of Nadau Liat Jit a log Ili get her vote Henry Clay Oam Ivr. He Bill Fco a okie party will not because Hay a Amaal filing tha Cardinal a Orth it a Milf Ort him his a Leiter to the Indle Ai a Iii Willij i hat Posati 4t a fish Otto Bair a App Ait add a or Bis Iii Al lib will do in assertion to lib to thousand Voies la to bad a in. There has by Wam jaw pm i nil the a Tate in favomllf.,Cuy t Al a of t do a a air Haa s idiot my at w my gtd Shiblie Taa Atsatt if City of . On the Otter i pie from 00� a St Andy of the a Tala their Uta primary Meta Tialii lava of Geo. Harrison with a unto Saaty Lime for . Jackson Geol ii Lar Tia Watato of Maine remarks find by he Aagaat a Bua nation of several remark Aue Saitas that iary minute Quantity of Corbo Oate o i aah it Hilt Phi to two per sent. Is amply Auffie cheat to capable of bearing heavy Crope of Eadi Mill i am also satisfied thata Sotl Isi Acapia Fly Prada ing wheat of Good Quality if it does not Aoa Taia car by the of Lime or Bis sub Etajoe is an essential ingredient in this Yanice former. Plant disco the bios som where there Riad bad a had Othar Fia Tacui Antt tha stigma or top a Folia Piatti after a bae has by be of the a bar it Ainoa of Pumm Ando bar via a ill la Aav Arvd with a at and if he Ihnn flies to a Antan in a Tig Ailef tha a Cash Vina a will Leava a Quot Imit a Ftp data Aad Prada a a met turn. Some of ibo a mde from a pm a aah a Woald a Lika to pro Daca a quasi Law aha in would pro due pomp ii. Of Aram Uada of Paa pm Ian. Aad i 1, Aad dior eat Kinda a Loeb a Tashea die. Ara not Only Zitilli Laai Lalard Fri Ian planned Agar a Aoh other but a Una tors Vaiar Natkins am he add Wilid to Arather. Manii a it i it any tag Down a mime was Liam risk each other what pm Lawn ibo body a oui iced 0 my a or vast pm a a by a amp i a itys a Amity l sir Feirce i data a ill afoul aka met Skeie worm a a Euni it Early in Mara Bava Lactam raged in raising Indian Corn owing to a Lute old seasons but instead of giving up Tea Mia ing of this valuable Grain they should plut a it kinds and put the bins near Roget by a or Plain tag in drills at a suitable distance Ebete May Bao Amarii As Large a crop obtained even in a Good Cora Yatras from the Large kinds. Anebo Teof scr lung the Ventu a quist. Some four years since while in tha it old Dominion Quot or. S. Was present on a particular of Neamoa at a convivial evening party when among other topic a Dis Tussia arose co morning bravery tha boat remarking that he had a Sarvant a Aggro a i a always displayed the moot Anim i under whatever circumstances in Lai Ghika wih and with i he permission of the bom Paay am ii pot it to the test. To do this he ordered the to to an old vault silk air a a Short Distaso Ousa Wka re were a number of Ooala he of foam do to of Tkv head Fromke body _ u to Kiai. At Tea appointed hour 11 Kolaci a a pairs to the Vaud and White plying to m Tea first Zogla a a a Pulch ral Ookja apparel Tiff Yah pid lag from Tea Caflun saying a swi to a pm head Quot Oady Bler expat Mil Tkv negro Fri nit pre Leoca Lala did upon this a la Lttie vault the hoax a we aah to Kwh Wota Nim to pm a a in was Lowed by Tea Ltd Anthany Airow a pm tdftb�4mata

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