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Elyria Independent Democrat (Newspaper) - March 05, 1862, Elyria, OhioHas just a is my of Tho pm Lite. A of Coal Oil lamps at m Congh syrup Yel. Dock at Man Lille g a parse Quantity of that Good Black stuff at toilet Maxville Sci of sauce at m d Citron Lemon peer . Bird cages k s peruvian syrup s. S bronchial Tro Chesy at Ala is lews soothing syrup at in Ekmais Balsam u r a is get. Tilk s Ceca. Of .15, n. Hitzl. ,san0y 1, Cha Side co of ii. Thu. 1 i u 0? peace heroes 0? Wae. The War for the Union n fo.-. -.1 inc ase. Vhf materials in the world. Of All our Pouru s View Nicholas Ioctl sew York. Consumptive a. Frei shia Means Ture. Use Jere Chions for m Osi its notice. A. T t Day Otey Oclo Eit a m 9fs.i4ds.j to of c Coe a wire in Ivil Liv is Lerrick Oliver r str Der Francis i. T i or t. Julia a. Kid. Smith. David a. A hurler w a s Junn cab David c. H Bouttu v orig pie bal belief sad is Traia pm this sore threat lie., to. _ Ted is tsx.mnrttx33. C Spe Aliers and and Stre Nitti inc us Arsenlis Etc. Try is being eur no Ming no preparation Ivari iras. N of liable to in any injury ii a to most Deli 1 a i Geo. G. Wasi1bvhn, Patti Char and proprietor. Jayd the jul cd the a Haham i Krill Priar. Vol. 33. Elyria Lorain county Ohio wednesday March a 1862. Opra site the a Kun. M my 1 73 a Ohms in Advance if kit paid within tit Picur by Carrier subscribers tin this Antler Stan l that Cleir term of subscription his expired mid no More will. without. Renown of he Sama. Stair of for 3 Tensor sons vol "25 cents for Pach subsequent insertion loss tlinn3 months Forcer to y or circus a 30 o Square one car 1o note 3 of Inch s Imro Over three for six months. 25 nor to. To Lut Deit. 50 per by Adji in. The Mimi when not so marked Thuv Fri Iris i Nihil ordered out and cd Argent flip at a above specified. Elire Ctorn. Physicians. and jul office. A l floor Union clock main Street Elyria. Ohio u i i not Ontl . O All the of he . A 5a.mpsel, phys Lull vex and , unit. Of Icehour from 2 40 m. R Oppleton Pattok skis v at Taw will promptly attend co a.41 in tested to to Weir Cir in and of adjoining count a w-3 Ilso a Rautio in Tow u s circuit and District coffits in Ohio. Special Sivit n cd unctions. No. 2, Ely s Block Ely Fin Ohio. H. D. Lalik n. A Oppl Tox. Buss John Aston a tto Rokl s it at i Cowitt s Block. Nilton a stews entrusted to their v. A. . R. .c.w. Jobs so 4s8tf Hill Mclend to att Law to care adjoin in counties. In Sud a Flory i in a fit a Side Public Square Al Jolo Olio. Jilin c. J c. R1lt. Jtj Coon t1nkku, at Law promptly to All business to f their office East Side Alvo. C. Dissel. A a a. L. Tin Kwh. Smith Tobx ays and counsellors at Law prompt Nunci efficient attention to business entrusted to thu in w and Especial will in Civin to collection sin Side Public a. A Smith. and course look it Otaki careful and pro tips Ikon film to Elf by winos to Ittin. Special to Misti a riot ii to Olio hons in and adjoin in r Side Elvritt to i tutors Yiv counsellor at o to one Ivor of pal mar House Oberlin Lorain i i., o. in 7 whole no. M. Sarsaparilla Fob pm two the blood. Anil for i. Tow of following Empl Lnu Rumor. View., i Imp Lei pull uni Boll. Hl.ln., .11 t n oiku.1d, lud., oth june 1s39. V i i having inherited Saros Lluu i Lur twee from it int.rtouiw.3ri for it Burtt out in Llzkt pm my Bindi Arini we Wuriu it Turnea inward no of alkyd. Mot the. Itom Nch. Two Jenri ago it broke out on Ray loud nil Nimrid my Kalp and Chi with our Aore which we painful my Belopa Locri Jitian. I tried Many lot line. And it crat but without Louch Relief from by thing. In the disorder grew at length i Raj Iccil to read Iti the of Jirl Mew new you Lud .11 for i knew from your reputation that Anjer thing you must to Good. Lie Otto Cincinnati and got it and Ned h unit cured me. I took it u. You in mall Dom of a Tempo Duful Orer a month and Ull cd almost thru bottle. Hill or to Ken Koi a Gap to form under which after a White fell my via i now Clew and i know by my filings Liat the Dile Aee liar Cone from my system Sou pm Bellov. That i so i a laying i a Yon thai i hold Yon to to one of Thi poet la of the Drc Niue Over gratefully. Youri Alfried b. Tablet. St. Anthohy. Fire Haie or of sort my fron n. T., 2th int he he cured an Inott Rafe of which Threal med to ten Niuatoa fun Lilly by the Farcet Riog uie of our Sarsaparilla and a due Kevrous malignant Eryis Julta by Large Domici of the Lamo cure Trio common soup Titt by it constantly. Or swelled neck Sloan of part pict Toimi Whitw three Lios of your Saran peril a cured from a Lii cons Jwuc Llang on Hie neck a Liili i hid Lulf cred from Otec two or a Hui. Enmor voter Lii ulcer Khoii or. -3. B. S. Churning of new York City writes i a 1 most Chr Ermler comply with it quiet of your a Pant in toying i Lavt found your sri Parilla a most Eil Levu Alt Eratico in the no Merony Coral anti for which to but we Coly in Kotoe Dii Aua of the la Tinli. I ban cored Many a eases of by it Anil some Ybara com flaunt we earned by Nekr Alioti of the of i icon clock East Jdc Public Square. La Mae k Hayhurst civil acting Surveyor of Torain county Etoi Ilion Paitl to Bruise co Tia tract Ion of it Eircil Svitic Rubio Square. 492-gm Punk. House. Sign and on. Tin a Simp Ops South uouic.1. hanging done Short in Tice. J. A Koav. . A att like and 11.a1r Cutter undo House o Higgins Potter ambr Type artists and photographers. Pictures Token m nil kind of sent her for Cen la. Ponthi s Toomim in Wilock. Tloom.3, Over store. O i 1. C. , a and m a Junt the old fur i n ice group 1, West Sulci e of Chc West Branch of Buck Kiver. A. Topliff. Chr bag p. Maker. Lnor cult of tie wih Wislon allo dirs executed with x. B. Dates lumberj1btndow Sasin. Winds k Fri it swire hed pot and Liron Cluj Ely in o. D s. J. Avd hair Dresser. Paid to Cut tin la frs Latr ail fitted up y for their one door f Ibe cube Elvria. O. D Vin l at Rex 0 St Menelson iler3 in foreign ii irl Domestic Good dry hurls re Wall paper. Boots s. Tills it then Tiv Nierle clot Liinar. Oils not. Tool old Cash store i. Olivis. Dini t a Liu ibo t Starr Brothers pc co. V in american Hoik or is third a sonts shoes p nude clothing paints Oita. Iron. Stoves nulls , h. Starr cold. -a.o. Starr euh.di5rs. Ned m a Mph Luton bar. Shop on main n. T _ in r Rico okie b Dickinson Johnson co. and in Sasin doors. i Foj Cory North of roid o j. Ma.xv1lle. New Rhee fee Stife ne9. Gro perfumery s a of " c Gold . C r a k e a in stoves Antti Nwator to Brick doors by Edwin pc co ? to Jinp Donton . d. S. I Stovesand j our phys Linn thought nothing Iraq extirpation Afton Relief but advil it the trial of your suru Purilla As the Lait a Storl Bel Ort cutting and it proved effectual. rpm Coy eight a cts dec of Flo i Luconic Sypul Tylli mud . Nor , 5tu aug St 1s53. In. J. C. Ann sir j cheerfully comply ill a Tho it of your and report to you Tome of the Cal Vail 1 Inre Ria lira with your Sirja Padilll. 1 Havo Urcil Irish it in my practice most of Tho com plaints for which it ii recommended ind lure found in effects truly wonderful in the Core of re Crial Mer curial Juii Waii. One of my put menu Hud i Kern i hid Throat which were consuming Palato and Tho top of month your Sar Parilla Ilea Dlly cured him in five ire Eki. Another we attacked Ondry twin Tonii in lib and iteration had eaten Way a consider Alt part of it k that i Belier. The disorder would soon Roach brain and kill him. But it yielded to Ray administration of your Sarsaparilla the ulcers holed and to is Well again not of count without Romo to his Tice. A woman who had been treated for Tho Samo disorder by Mercury was buffering from this Poison in her they had become so sit Lye to Tho weather that on a Damp Day the buttered excruciating pain in her joints and Bones. She too was cured entirely by your san Parilla u by i know from it formula which your agent gave to that this from your Laboratory must be a great remedy Consemiu cantly remarkable result with it Hare not surprised me. 1-Ratenially yours o. Labauer m. D. , Gont comply Tinl. Proton co. A. Cly july is69. Us. J. C. Avre sir i Havo been afflicted with a pain Fol chronic Rha Imaline for a Long Lime which by Ulm of phys Conlis acid stuck to me in spite of All Tho Remc Dietai could find Utill tried your one lotto cured to in two week and restored my general lie Slali so much that i am fur letter than before i was attacked. I . J. Cheam. Jules y. Of Etheil of St. Louis writes "1 ban Beta i Clad for years with an acc lion of tin Zirr which it a frayed my it hath. I tried Emory thing full ii to relieve me and i have been a or Olsen Down maa for sonic yrs re from no other in Lyle than if lifer. My beloved pastor the Llev. Or. Spy advised me to try your Sarsaparilla Bec inso he Laid he Itcek Yon and any Thinht you made was Worth trying. By the Bleu ing of god it Lias cured Roe and has to purified my blood i to make anew Man of me. I feel Young again. The Best that can be said of you la not half Good to Nettra caries und exfoliation of great Vork in of cases Hare been to us where of Theeo Furtuni Dublo complaints Dvo resulted from the of this Semerly but our Opaco hero will not admit of them his found in our american almanac Cru ice Trio Grats below named arc pleased to furnish nil who Call for them. Do Pep air heart due nut Roll up. By Ives Ralgin . Remiar Kahly cures of there effect Iona Honvo been Amdo by the Alto Rulith Power of this Medicine. Its Timu 1 ill1 the util functions into action and thus oven Omen disorders which Tould be beyond its such a remedy has Long been required by the no of the people and we lire confident Chat this will do for All that Nic Dilno can do. Ayer s Cherry pectoral Poh the Lapid Curie of info Nenk croup Broidie Hitoji con Mitil Relief of Cozian Mutl re in of tic tills Ian so uni Erifilly known to corp Nib any Odir for the euro of Throat nod Liing Coni plaint Liat it is useless Hurt to publish tie Clidence of . fur roughs end colds nod truly wonderful cures of pulmonary disease Hare mule it known through tobit the Cir Iliad of the Earth j new Are tie communities or even Familian amour them who Liaro not Boito personal Fez Perince of its some a ship trophy in their midst of its Victory in Btl and dangerous disorders of Throat Aud jul docs. Fonow the drum Lutil totality of late ii disorders and in they Eno the need not More to Linin to it has now All the hint it did Luvie Maving the cure which Hare Wou to a wrongly of rain kind. Prepared by or. X c. Ayeb co., Lowell Sou by we. F. Won Star Una t poetry. Gone Bat not let. Of co. Qty pm Burros Trep and toil with him Bright noir faint Ami dim Arn com talk Duth Force Cremorie. And Bat Noble brow now icy cold stained by Gore s Turk gathering Moum. Died la Camp afar from Home. No Patent Btl u or Liu Sonvi Itali bed no Iutta a band Loving care. To woth iian of by aching head. But by comrades by him stood As ids spirit i cd o or death a Dart flood. O Irre will come Long Way hours with rail for Tow ailing Triniy than Unchu of Denji Pone Runny a Bittar tear to Nihro for a Toich we a ii to hear will pret t no More the Hil Nung car. And the clan of War atrial Clemie and peace hath Battle s Buni return list and woh in my for of jilt . 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An eminent physician of bring out a thick set of whiskers or Mustache in from three to six this article Hie Only on Coltha Kim in Lon donned inns in Universal it is a Beautiful economical so Othitis yet Blitman Lang compound acting so if by magic upon the Roou Tansini a Heartiful growth Imir if apply de to the Scalp ice Ilure baldness and cause to Prini up in Pam of the Bald spots a in. Growth of new hair applied , it will turn red or Tox hair dark and restore Graj liar to its original color Traung it soft smooth Arij file Rible. The on nent is article in every toilet and one week s Umi they would not for an duration be with outfit. T tie subscribers Only agents for the article in the United states All orders Mutt dressed. Price one Dollar and by All drug gifts and dealers or n Boi of the Ong Erif warn Tel to Hare the desired effect will int to any Whei desire it by mail Dii ect.1 Bec rely of Price and postage apply to or Andreu 1 Eok Acel Hec Brant co., Dacyn Kab i William Street Tork. H t d e s Indian plaster. The great pain stayer the Kami of barrels the wonder of the . A Marzs of Seha Tob Mohee of Lorain in the Ohio Lith 1862, upon the joint resolutions re questing our senators and representatives in Congress to vote for the Bill making demand Treasury notes a be Gal by request of senators Senate chamber Columbus february 11, 1862. J hos. James Monroe dior undersigned members of the Ohio Senate have listened with deep interest to your Able Reir arks in the sen note to Day upon the resolutions request ing our senators and representatives in Congress to favor the passage of the Bill now pending be Ore that body for the is sue of Treasury notes accompanied with the clause. We respect fully request you to prepare the same for publication that we May place it before our constituents we remain yours respectfully w. P. Sprague , l. V. Bierce. G. Harsh. , Isaac Welsh Bob t Sherrard jr., Samuel Quinby Davis Miles Geo. W. Roby col Mevs Ohio feb. 15, 1362. Hos. Wii p. Spasoe axe others. Friendly communication of the Lith inst. Is received. The re Malta to which you refer were wholly unpremeditated and i had no notes which could much Aid me in recalling them. I tried however to put the substance of what was said in writing and the result is submitted to your yours truly James Monroe. My. The debate upon these resolutions two subjects have thus far been canvassed first the constitutionality of the measures new before the con Gress of the United states and second the necessity for it. Is a Bill making de Mand Treasury notes a con does the welfare of the coun try require tha passage of such a Atli Seare the questions which senators have discussed and upon both of these i desire to offer a few remarks. In speaking upon the first 1 Trust i shall be pardoned for saying that while i am fully of the opinion that the Bill under consideration is constitutional i cannot approve of the spirit in which it has been advocated by some of its friends. Apparently admitting the unconstitutional to of the Bill they Tell us that although it May violate to some extent the e Provis ions of the Constitution pub Lic necessity justifies us in supporting it. Sir i cannot rest my advocacy of the Bill upon a basis. I am in favor of no unconstitutional measures. I will support the Constitution not Only because i have sworn to it but because it is nobly worthy of my support and because on that Constitution under the Blessing of Hearen reels All my Hope for the liberties of Man kind for a thousand years to come. No unconstitutional measures Are necessary to put Down rebellion against the Constitution. It is reasonable to expect that the Constitution would provide for its own defence. The fathers did not commit the Blunder of erecting a Structure which could not stand alone. They planted in the Federal organic Law tie germs of All the Powers necessary to crush All its ene Mies. I agree mainly with what has been said by the Able and courteous senator from Perry or. Of the inconsistency and impracticability of attempts to overthrow rebellion against the Constitution by infractions of the we must not lend to this treason which desolate the Earth and defies heaven that strongest of All possible encourage encouragement of a bad example. If i supposed the Treasury note Bill to be unconstitutional my hand should fall withered at my Side before i would vote for these resolutions. But sir i do not believe that Congress would exceed its just Powers in enacting this measure into a Law. And this brings me to notice the course of my friends Over the Way who Are opposed to these resolutions. As borne senators on our Side if pm to hive admitted that the Bill under Dis Cussion is unconstitutional Thoie on the other Side Hare gladly accepted this admission and have reproved and scolded us in vigorous phraseology. They have very forcibly declaimed against unconstitutional measures but have thus far spared them selves the trouble of proving that this measure a such a one. To this neglected labor i now wish to Call Back their Atten Tion. We have indeed been toll what certain statesmen and to what May or May not be a but we have not 1-Een told what the Constitution teaches. The old Fash i toned Way of finding out what ado Cement meant was to read it. I think twas a very Good Way. Risk of Heiwig thought out of fashion i Ahall resort to it on this occasion. In first place there is a negative argument of great prove that the Constitution ass left with confers a the j Power to make paper Money a Legal ten Der. Co Greci u not prohibited by the from the exert ii of this Power and not Only ii there no prohibition Bat there ii of it Cir non where it want Flat certainly have been Init Ted had it thir intention that such a prohibition should be imposed. The tenth of the first article of the Coniti Tutich declares that no state Ahall make anything but Goh and Silver Coin a tender in payment of in immediate proximity to this clause is the ninth Section of the article contain ing numerous prohibitions of Power to Congress. But among these there is no prohibition relating to what shall to made a tender in payment of since the framers of the Constitution thought this prohibition one of sufficient import Ance to be expressly imposed on the and since they thought it necessary in the same connection to insert several prohibitions of Power upon of them of less importance than is no Way to account for their omitting this prohibition of Power to Congress except upon the hypothesis they did not in tend any such prohibition. They doubt less thought it Wise that the Power to make something else than Gold and Silver a should be left with the fed eral government to be exercised at times of great National necessity. Indeed i will now show that they Hod in a pre ceding Section delegated this very Power to Congress. I have Long maintained that sound and excellent theory of the Constitution which teaches that the Federal government is one of limited the Powers not delegated to it by the Constitution nor prohibited to the states Are reserved to states or the people. The Powers of Congress then Are All delegated Powers. But All Are i agreed that these Are of two express and implied and i contend that the Power to make these demand nates a ii an implied Power. In the eighth Section of the first article of the Constitution Power is expressly delegated to Congress to to raise and support to provide a and to make All Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing an insurrection of fearful magnitude to Day threatens the Constitution and the capital. Congress has Power to suppress this insurrection. To this end it has Power to main Tain great fleets and to the of Gantic proportions of the evil to been countered. But to maintain these con Gress must Hare vast sums of Money. When Gold and Silver cannot be obtained in sufficient amount a substitute must be provided. It is necessary to the Success of the government in its great struggle that this substitute should be made by legislation As nearly equal in value to Coin As possible. Supplies Cali not be obtained with Treasury notes which Are constantly diminishing in value except at ruinous sacrifices. It will not do to pay our in Trioli soldiers depreciated currency which will not be received in liquidation of the debts contracted for the support of their wives and Little ones at Home while they Are making for ced marches through mud and rain or bleeding on the Field or burning with fever in the Hospital. It is easy to see then How it May become necessary in order to suppress this insurrection to pass a Law making the Treasury notes a Legal ten Der for the payment of All debts and How the Power to do this must be one of the implied and hence one of the delegated Powers of Congress. Belo e proceeding to to e particularly of the necessity it the present Bridif for the passage of the Bill now before Congress i must not fail to notice the which is Shade by the senator from Perry of the name of Daniel Webster. Or. Pies done i will not to Bat senator Noi to any Olbrei senator upon this floor a Silmi ratio for the great qualities natural arid acquire cd of powder of the con Slit he was one of the largest souls that god Ever let Loose up on this continent. Nature commonly so sparing in the Bestowal of Genius forgot All her parsimony in creating him. She used liberally the costly stuff of which a Noble manhood is made. She endowed him with an affluence of heart and intellect with gifts of person and voice and action that remind us of her grander material creations. The breadth and loftiness of Lis nature make us think of the Ocean arid so the hand that lifted the Andes and poured Forth the Mississippi gave us avid Ter. From my earliest youth i have listened with reverence when Bis name has been pronounced and i am not disposed to detract from any of Bis expressed opinions tic weight to which they arc justly entitled. But my Friend from Perry to whom we All listen with rep Kcf informs us that or. Web Ster in his celebrated speech upon the specie takes the ground that it is contrary to the constr Tulious for Congress to Rennke any thing lint Pold Aud Silver a . Or. Webster did indeed express that opinion but even he great As he was did not always speak with the Calm deliberation of a judge upon the Bench. He sometimes spoke As o Politi Cian rather than As a great constitutional Law yer. It is unwise to infer because he Advin cd a certain opinion in a heated partisan de Bate with or. Benton in 1836, he would now if living free from All party Bias look ing Oaly at the welfare of tie country with the grave responsibilities of this born resting upon him advocate the same Bir. Webster was Preat but he was fallible. The senator from Perry would not any More than myself accept his authority upon All constitutional questions. Or. Webster declared in Bis Well known speech of the 7th o f March 1850, that he had always been of the opinion that Congress had no Power to legis late for the rendition of fugitives from service. The senator from Perry will hardly agree with or. Webster s views upon this or. Webster always held that a United states Bank is constitutional. Oyhat do our friends who oppose these resolutions Sny to this i think that but Little can be Doue toward setting any constitutional question by quo Ting the opinions of our More modern pulic Meu. They differed greatly among themselves non All the exciting topics of the Day and Tho record of each is not always consistent it self. Passages can doubtless be found in their speeches favouring both sides of All the constitutional questions which have Beon be fore the country for the last fifty years. In discussions like the present we naturally quote with great commendation such of their Opin ions As Accord with our own and reject with Little ceremony such As do not. U or. Web Ster had expressed the opinion that such a Bill As that now before Congress is constitutional it is doable he whether would Nave discovered that he had Eire said any thing upon the subject. I feel justified there fore in turning Toro commentaries upon the to the Constitution itself. In this time of great National peril it is Well for a to Clear Dway the which poli Tir ians helped upon the Rock of the Constitution and Plant our feet upon the solid Granite which the or pig banded fathers Laid. But i ask in the next place do Ibe in Ccase of oar and the Prosperity of our country require the passage of the Bill Mak ing Treasury Korea a Kerry where the great majority of those who Are Best informed answer this question in the no firm Tive. The beat business men and the most intelligent and Influent presses favor the Bill those who Are at the head of affairs in Ibe government and who have the Best Means of knowing what the Public interests demand Are nearly unanimous for the Maas use. It is said the president of the United states has expressed his approval of it. The attorney general Troi cancer it bit1 constitutional and necessary. A Largo majority of the House of a representatives have voted for it. The Secretary Tol the Treasury whose ability experience Patriot ism and knowledge of the condition of the Treasury and the Wauls of the country gives Bis opinion More weight probably than the opinion of any Wibur Mauiu the nation is entitled to in temperate but unmistakable language evinces his deep feeling of the necessity for the measure now under consideration in measure1 which none of is advocates regard us desirable in itself but which they All believe to be much the least of the Evila which threaten us. In a recent communication to the committee of Wayt and air. Chase in Var the provision making United states notes a Legal Lender has doubtless been Well con by the committee and their conclusion needs no support from any observation of mine. I think it my duly however say that in respect to this provision my reflections have conducted me same conclusions they have reached. It a not unknown to them that i have Felt nor do i wish to conceal that i now feel a great aversion to making a Chihing but Coin a legs Leader. It has Beeri my anxious wish to avoid Ibe Neces sity of such legislation it a however at present impossible in of in rec expenditures entailed the Bauks to procure sufi clout Gaia for disbursement and it has there fore become indispensably necessary that we should resort to the Issue of United states notes. The making them a might however still be avoided if the willingness manifested by the people generally by Railroad companies and by Many of the banking institutions to receive and pay them As Money in All transactions were absolutely or practically Universal but unfortunately there Are some persons and some institutions which re fuse to receive and pay them and whose action tends not merely to. The unnecessary depreciation a of the to establish discrimination in business against those who in this matter gives cordial support to the government Aud in favor of those who do not. Such discrimination possible be and the provision making the notes a , in a great measure at least prevents it by putting All in this respect on tic same level both of rights and 1 cannot be Call . It comes from one who has. Been the Helm of the ship of state tossed non Stormy seas. With a patriotic heart and a Stout hand he is guiding the staunch old Craft to a port of safety. As he struggles with the Helm and feels the Strain of the tempest on his Arm he Calls to his fellow passengers to Pat Forth nil their strength him in saving the ship. God forbid that we should fail to hear the Call or hearing should fail 10 respond. Much has bees said in the course of this discussion about Jackson Webster. I could wish that they were both in the Congress of the country to ony. Frequently As they Dixie de while living i believe that their great souls to revisit the scrub which their presence once hovered Uliey Wii d unite in urging the passage of this Bill now under dissuasion in the National legislature they would cast behind them the i Ideoka Oera ing but false consistency. The Oice o Ite would once Moie be resounding through Linse hall.-., saying in the name of constitutional Liberty let it be and the Heio of now who rever hesitated to take the Respens Ibguy when the Constitution was imperilled responding to Tho senator from Massachusetts would exclaim by the eternal it shall be from the Lorain news. Raising. Abstract of a report before the Ober society by d. B. Kin our soil though not the Host for sorghum can Bensco to advantage. Any soil that will produce Good Corn will grow the preparation for the two crops is much the same. The water should be kept off and the land in a High state of cultivation if manures Aie used Good Tompot in preferable to fresh and sword Laud is better than old cultivated Fields. It May be planted in drills but is easier cultivated in rows each Way. Good seed should be procured and soaked or sprouted before plan a Good Way to do this a to put the seed in Small bags and cover it in the ground until it commences to sprout. Plant in Well prepared ground and cover the seed very Light. The Plant is very tender in its Early growth and should receive Good Caro in its alter Cul Ture. Use the cultivator freely until the Stock be gins to joint then leave ii to a self. The Best time to Harvest is when the Heads begins to turn Black or before the seed a fully ripened. If not worked soon after it diminishes in value and speedily becomes worthless. It should be stripped b few Days before working. I leave the three upper leaves to be taken off with the top cutting up As i Cut Corn. I bind in Small As is More easily handled and carried to Mill. Id manufacturing i Nso a Mill made by Hall i Allen Mansfield. Use two and Hare ground a barrel of juice in fifteen minutes. The evaporator is Cook s largest size made of brass. I made thirty two b r res of syrup last largest amount in one s a. M. And 7 p. M Gallons. This year i made thirty one barrels amount in one Day c5 average amount per Day including Hind rance40 Gallons. I use one Cord of Wood for making two barrels of syrup. The leaves and tops Are excellent for feed ing cattle and the scum from boiling is Good for fattening hogs. Tho Cane from Sandy soil like the ridges in Brown Holni produce n lighter co loved and pleasanter Flavoured syrup than that grown about Here. The amount raised per acre varied greatly., i have obtained Orer three Hundred Gallons from a sin Gle acre and think we May of 200 Gallons per acre of Well cultivated Cane. A word As comp Arnolie profits of Corn and sorghum. In this Vicinity Tybera piece of pasture land which was slowed for the first time and part planted to Corn and part to sorghum. The corp yielded to Bush Els of ears per acre which would it 20 cents per Benj list bring Tho Singh no Biol did 270 Gallons of syrup per Irig flashing Over the Telegraph agencies of modern evidently make a terrible War of we Ahn Mollier and hell inseparable in life in death Mav they not be up my Boaeuf Ole dab. your rail splitting from another Quarter. Boole for divil 1c. Stan could occasionally be Hoard through Thor general Din. One Huu Rcd and fifty ones were fired Iofi Odt of state Arsenal. Magic paraded the streets and patriotic speeches were made suitable for the occasion in the meantime night came on apace and the sulky and sullen Sucesh began to. Emerge from their holes looking As mean As secession really is. One by one they dropped into Powell s Saloon their and after imbibing sundry times comi Venceil feel ing better. They did not believe the news it was a Lincoln Are a Little they commenced shouting Lor Jeff. While engaged in Vii pastime two Union members of the Legisla Luje both disciples of to drop into who keeps Good we Kkt by-the-bye1. They could not St and these Jeff. Davis shouts. Oce of them Assin Ruif , formed his com rades in line of Battle Dinv a fifteen Inch Bowie and the crowd. Attention rebels Joff. Davis is played out and must not be cheered or toasted it these United states. He-11 is the proper Placa for him to be toasted in. About face file right pointing to the door double Quick Forward a few pistols were heard to Click but shot was fired. The Sucesh the bet Ter part of evacuated leaving our m. A s masters of the Field now known As fort they took a Quantity of whisky one of them is already known to Fame As the hero of fort and i suppose the other will be designated As the Hun As he offered to bet freely that he whip six Hundred rebels. Prentice revived. The following which we clip from the Louisville journal of saturday show that Geo. D. Prentice resumed i Harp practice the miss Nui i Democrat the people along the Tennessee River when they saw the Union Flap a exclaimed my this probably was intended As a q Liet was of showing their Loyal y to the country As via roundheads used to express their Devotion to the exiled Home of Stuart by toasts which carried a double significance. It is now said that Backner at fort Don Elson to be prepared for any turn of Fortune bad a couple of flags tied to opposite ends of a Long coat stolen from a neigh Boring Farmer for a Black Flag and a shift Sto Len from his wife for a White one. While the federals kept at a distance from tic forr he displayed Tuc coat cud of his Flagstaff but As they approached the has often been asked How Long the rebellion can live after its terrible disaster at fort Donelson. A Snake whote _ head is Cut off in the meriting moves his Tail till Sunset and a Deap Itile Ter a in Livet nine it must be decided by the event whether the rebellion is a Snake or a pin. Now that Floyd stole himself away from fort he u ill have nothing More to steal unless he undertakes the desperate task of outwitting the devel who has a claim upon him to be hereafter sett led. It the Light Gen. Johnson that took at fort Donelson. It was a Gen. Bush Rod Johnson. But it was the right Bucknor we Dubrod Buckner. Is said that the More fiery of the Succes zionist a of Xai Kville Are gnashing their Treib. Ferociously. We softest that the name of the town be written Gna Shrille. It h curious to reflect upon re cent career spreading havoc desolation a owl Tim sitting haughtily in judge poor Union men dragged in Nonito Mirr and to thick what lie a Hie , i Thorax Giro a thrown the arbiter other

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