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Lewisburg Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 14, 1855, Lewisburg, PennsylvaniaLewis Burg chronicle. By o. N. Worden amp. It. Cornelius. A a ii. C. Iii Kok. Or True la ouding Zlotor. /rihfl95�?flt Fri Visborg Union . Twelfth number c09. A a a $1.50 per year always Advance. To our patrons. A f . Two week from thai i tits. The Yin a f Chr re Nicu us err lbs present firm a the Advance syn to a. Trill Clow. A a. 611, Jan. 1, 1h.h�. Will Makr up the year i r which a Larrr number have paid. We a xxx this no a a who choose to continue to Tavor us with i Cir Cut May have a pit Lime prepare to pre pay for another year bail it ear or ��?�.�?z�?�. As they Way a be proper. L. A act unce a Rah it Star present manner duty a. Ail Vith qom we have no other account a or who to not amp ans v the to iut a thou to pay al Early a Lay a to de i a a Lull of Tun Mill be a f a a it or sub our wishes for a Rop nth. We Are aware a at. W mgt me Tancre. By this Rule we Koe he one to re Pon i. It Patron but there must be a uniform it i ill a a we have ome Keltai e a the it be to Obi True we fake it thu a air paper i a no Lon a wanted. two wrecks any a ran secure to or and Orwar i to a a town when he Calls or Eod r by the mail where he receiver i paper. Artie f. I a or Ufier it hat table use gent rally As acceptable a i does the Advance plan work a i May be asked. We by. . It i cheaper to patrvi.%, i or they Jet their paper at a a Quot a it. Are ult it dunked i at the end the v or Are not to debt to the 2i ii r. It be a it l. R i to it Motsi Patron a for Tbs of have to no to work and do i try. i lha. Jia notch la. It i Leuer for the p or Lor they pet Tore Niu itry have it tune Are lev Hara Quot a by credit a. a Ace Pape Ink , and rear 1 to Ard Type and other material and out of every City of our Pairoux Ayli i jct re Dixit t City Prui hire Arnom ait r Ai Pitej the dance it it Teai. Ant the let Tain m Ioune Liciag Ltd it nary Pap rare i their Wake. We pm therefore eur Nesity recommend to to Allva Mutu Aiu a anuses a it. It to True this change will require Wim re a int Ion Niue anti be Iruko two Naue Mon our 1it. a Itati a t Advance yet we have realized Money than during aug previous feat. Sor or of them the or to. Wed it but returned. Pay up the of re. 1 opened a new like Man. A very Lew iad up. And not renewed. Ltd the a i Ali it e t. I m arrears have it their Ca it a to the i itt Trew and other journal Asue Happy ii to w. A others Eor them Aioli or or it they Dot it Rick the Sun i or option b of of our let Uri it Hon . From Osbern be have no re Karos. To Ltd yet the saving a it paper Ink. A. And the actual Law a hand far exceed the it mar As Well a. Tlle or Tjit. Ltd f a Man who 1.� not pay their pack it Soncea it Rar of Ever. Tin Rio term. No twits line the Heramn for our list of Over 200 names we have a a Ilika it Han a Mely Advance of All our i Tonty Cut my t re added More name than we have weekly and the Yuan a of our i t commend a self to it shrew Annoe men to everywhere a a a r nor i amp it s run sati Isu of a Cut Tate merchandise. A. I those who pay Advance Are invariably the Lieut hum ii the men we advertise is Delight to Deal with. Heretofore also patronage a been i me what Circum crib Quot cd by Nur a Lvi scary a certain local which repelled Larre Timber of cite ens who would otherwise have been our Patron. That a t a ii it Emja at we Bea Tilv tru to now fully decided the future will we a a Peeve us mgt re Opp a Tummy t advancing a it a us a is i Hile we Lave no apr a oct to Mike or our a Are Irr defences of Ivi Ion 11.ew a tire it it True that us be were we promoting our Modiri Dzui interest. Hereafter w it Hall pay rare attention to it it that Branch of or and improvement a a our own Petunia re and Santac a by Seekins eaten ? n of the at Nae f Ltd a . We a a Van Ltd certainly it is no it unreasonable the of r what a interests of have so Lon and arduously Lal red not to Aid to Law ass a. With the county scat at of news by Telegraph when the Philadel a papers fail and All l county new Civen As last As they Tran Pire there Are hundreds woo will desire Thi print who have lot. Heretofore. The continued hich Price id paper and of everything printers use and eat. Bids any reduction it or term and a than does to occur. A noun rates must event a y be raised. For the present we shall continue our Eai to no rate. But to. Enable a Larre class of a Koi Aub cab to to to it the i Hunt it f a a one year and to end. Erase f. R its circulation we make the following pollera for clubs. By for any Elna of Kwh subscriber. /. Up Over dict and Les than to. A will to and our Pap re scum Oslo. For to Quot $1.25 each. To a club of to or Rumore 7� of the same a is Rasa Sott. For >1. J a Vareh. And for Orer ten. A copy Raus. It Thi offer for one year Only that a"4 a fair trial May be had. When the of it if Price of % 1,50 data acc will be to it ail alike. Rotert week at twi it Burgh i the i get Emner will ail re a Good Chance to Alln Rife county to brine or a end pay old Armant. Renew us eruption. Or make of a and to thuse at a . The it is always open at a tar tit Esperie. I l May be sent safely and traction of d liar pop tace Stamps. Thankful for the it Era and constantly increasing Enro Urac it accorded to our ism pkg vast for a to it run Quot a Enve mtr to fat re per Tully ask it continuance. Cun silent that it w ill More than repay it r to. And determined to improve it a and a it far a our Talent our time and our a a at Utu will enable us to do. Worden amp cok Klirs. Fri iii. to. . wrong. A Gentl. Tao re Conley a lir Cecil a Leolion to a a Stem a of by Ini i we Ipoh prevails not nor a Manity Only but which is a s a Quot f i tic Quot As wrong As a direct Frau l wont it. It log Lilay by mint of Brinest jills to Peri it a Moling lbs at tic it Amo Tuic have Mmry out at iii Terri a a , or a i relation a thu. i Ruth wrung iii a debtor out of Llic Uso of Bis a re and gelling All its Bent lit lieu. Of for i if Lime . A you inc Liat 6j5 you owe me ?&Quot �?~�?�1. Ally. 1 Wynum but 1 a l a Chance to put it oul list Wax a i 1 Del aul i Haven t ii by me occurrences arc t a comm but Are unjust and often cruelly a a r a a ave to those most need. There arc few worse modes of fraud than this and few ways t f tie a it a More abhorrent to the to it of Justice. 1. T every one be sure when inking any kind that the Money is really and truly mind 1 not the to a Toul Jiru Perty of some one else a Ollu As vol we it . T y a Huwer a ii Miri it a we have frequently Lieen to id that when Ovi try years ago the county kit fur l upon was canvassed it us a Nul pvt Public wonder that a a Lati located As Lowia Muiir put Forth -1 Little it if it for the prize. The then Uno i Dainty of and titles bad r a Ord 1 it Pic. R Utah l its to to ii to i Cit no the late Lluu. Tit Orr 1 k a a rail i lat d per led favor of. R Ltd. A r the reas to that be owned a pro try at a a at i. I Burg and As new 1 to a is at out it Ipi Distant from the Points it suit d ins convenience and View of ultimate Ronal advantage logo f it a that Central Lih Ati it a so Hal most of All u a a is new Lerlin under a a Bli Ati ii f. R forty year county scat privileges. Ii. That As it May to Day secs a a i of or Kremer s properties county owns and the Central Point u it longer the meeting place for the p. Pie of each. Wymes a aue at f a lowing from a Lugli a paper the authority of let a tir Auville Are the Ages at which >70 females married decor Diu to the official registries made from their own answers 3 at 1 1 20 at 27 t s at 11 of at 2h 10 at 15 17 at 2l t i at i 1 at so 65 at 17 7 at us a ii at a 5 at 115 at til 7 at of 1 to at Quot a 0 at .�?~�4 i at it 2 at .�?~5 a. At a a 0 at 30 5� at a a a 2 at 37 5< at -4 <1 at i at �5 l at ii �?o1 at 20 0 at 40 judge not. Jailer not the Workins of his train of of his i Art thou cans not see what looks to thy it Lim or a my cod pure Lif Fht solv t c \ sear Tirol she from Smich a Roll then 1. Sucre thou wouldst Only faint iii the look the air. That tracts thy sift it. Mav tie a Token that 1>hhw the. Soul a headly it with ome internal fiery tue whre Eskline. Smilic Praff Ravl thee a Hud Derin thy race the fall thou dare .1 to May be the Angel s slackened hand has suffered it. That he May and Lake a firmer surer stand fat a. True inc a Solo earthly Thines. May henceforth learn to use his wings. And judge none lost hut wan. And see with hopeful pity nut dts it Ain the depth of the Ahvis May be the measure of the he suit of pain a�1 love and of to that May Ranc _ thu Joal to god jul after cars allowing a average addition of two years to the above to cover the foolish desire of App caring to marry Early yet it is apparent that most women marry too Foon. Not one a Hundred is physically and mentally go to enter up it a the Uit Ronial stale before the age of Twenty and most would do better at Twenty live. The acores of or k a Down Young mothers and scrawny children verify the warning a a Many inst and repent at a is Wei think tie pounds Are caught the Blue Waters the we have often heard of the a Blue Unilla a Lut this is the first we know of its a a Blue we wonder if those cels Are Bine Loo whether the Waters will Dye Blue we Ether they make so Many Blue noses and Blue accounts Down that Way ? whether drinking so much water makes 50 Many no a i t Blue ? whether they Are blur than other Waters and whether the a Blue Waters and a Blue Juniata Are not both a poetical licenses a Nuchow ? Lin aim at land is Inesta. A the land Salt at Winona the�?�7tb ult were attend d by a i it 1500 persons and us h Xci Lemont. A serious difficulty occurred which two men were shot. A settler a piece of ground persisted bidding for the same though Defiance of the threatened peril of icing thrown into the River if he did. It the attempt to put the Ali rat execution he Drew a revolver and shot two of his assailants. Alstlta1.1a.�?later advices from Australia give i a Snura it a accounts of the i Roget a f the g do production. The shipments Thi ear up to the 1-t of september bad amount d to al v , and were expected before the dose of the twelve month to reach x 10,000,100. Miss atm meeting of the democratic members of the Missouri legislature was held at .1 off son City the i2th ult to dec delegates to the National democratic convention. The Ben to Lituin rats re Fusel to act with them. the a a oth of october John e. Clark inmate of the Lunatic Asylum at st. Johns new Pirn Swiek killed with axe Liin a Mill and William Carroll two of tic alte Jaii to the institution is ornament to George Taylor. We find the if a whip the it ration of lion. Alexander e Lbrown delivered at Easton 25th nov. 1 at the dedication of the handsome Monument the memory of a Robbie Taylor one of the signers of the declaration of Independence. By it we learn that George was born Ireland 17hi, Atid was the inti of a poor and respectable Clergyman what gave him the of a Pood education designing him for thu medical prof Coon. Whether from Choice or necessity we know not bul for seme reason that design was abandoned and before the year it4i>, Corgo had migrated to America As a a Quot binding hits it of out to for a term of years to p his a Sage m incy. He first engaged himself to or. Sava one of the proprietors of dark aug Furnace Aud was sit at Luik Wheeling Coal and Limestone to the Furnace Aud citing it. Or. Savage soon discovering his education and talents and observing by the Ltd cts of hard but Nauly toil that he was unaccustomed 11 it gave la to a cd. Reship which he filled with Entile satisfaction. Or Savag dying or. Taylor sub Sci a tautly i married his widow Aud became Lessee of la Quot Furnace. He acquire 1 a Fortune by Means of which he was enabled very opportunely to furnish co Gros a needed Supply of caution balls at the commencement it f the a evolutionary War but the owners of the Furnace property adhering to the cause it f the King it was finally confiscated. 17io. to re Taylor s name appears no one of the agents the erection of the court ii Mac Borough and he was subsequently one of the justices of the court from 17>i to i7711. He r Prev ted rth Ampton county the general Assembly of the Colony and was placed the most to important c mini Ittzes guard will the Quot be 11. Interests against the encroachments of the i rope zelary to Vern ment As Well As of the Mother cuttry. the Isth june 1771, eight people assembled a Philadelphia to make known their sympathy with her Suffi King Aud to Coop rate with her efforts to preserve their c minion liberties and three Days afterwards the 21st of the same month a similar Dot m oust rat Ion was made Easton Over which ii org Taylor presided. 177ti, be was elected to the Congress and the 2<1 August signed the declaration of Independence. 1777 he retired to private life his personal interest Baring surf. Red greatly during Bis attention to pubic affairs 11 is children were All dead sorrows thickened a it und him and the 20th february 17-1, he closed his eyes death. Twenty five years ago his particular grave could not be designated. The inventory of his personal effects showed that he died but poorly surrounded with comforts. His House is still standing a rough Stone building the Corner of Llama Lou and ferry streets. Although Little is now known of George Taylor personally yet the old menu de to say a a a a i Ras a Jine a Hiu Ami it i Jurious this with the Public records of his career is a grand Eulogy. A no Man know la his Fri Pulcare a but his name is engraved Many thousands of hearts and this Monument to his memory is claimed to be the first one put up by Public Effort Honor of the signers. The orator alluded to the Good influx Nee a Monument to each of the signers would exert a work which should lie attended to soon if Ever As each a Nocei Dine year is bearing away the materials for their history. Dut w hat or drown bus Youthful bean is would have been the Fate of George Taylor had he upon his arrival been ignorant and uneducated Ilis blistered bands would a last have income hardened to their work Days if and nights of rest would have followed each other he would have died and no one at this Day would care to inquire How or when or where he Laid Down his life Little did that father anticipate that the education he was by his own sacrifices conferring upon his . Was to make that son Able to a Sist moulding the destinies of a mighty Empire. Little did he think that when be 1 Bis flock were All sleeping their old Hundred years thereafter thousands of Arcemen would say of bit As we do this Day Honor to the memory of the Good add Man who awoke the soul of his son to a sense of the divinity that was within it who gave him education Tho he could not g pc him wealth and through Whoso training of heart Aud Raitid that son Rose to become one of the Bright Galaxy of american worthies to Quot it Little has been thought and said of the influence of the educated men of 76 upon the destinies of or country. They had a very Large 1 important place to Hil and Well were their duties performed. The poor a redemption is a George Taylor bad a Pari to act the comparatively rude population by whom he was surrounded his Early school knowledge sharpened by want and business discipline bad Well filled him to be a popular 1 Ader and although the i verses of Fortune were hard to Bear and he died before dependence was achieved he acted Well a not part and a list Public tribute stand or cited to perpetuate his memory second Whitfield. Int Eman travel is a ends the Philadelphia the following arc. i of a if Neil and useful pulpit orator just Paul the age of real infancy Lux Dox nov. 2, 1855. Or. I Itoiz i hate been employee Reading to the family part of a Sermon just published from l ird thou hat been our dwelling place All g. Be rations a the production of a minister Twenty Quot ii years idd settled about twelve month Ime by new 1 Ark Street Dipti st Chur a i. It to i a late or Tippons to which i originally belonged As a member. This Surl ing youth whose name is ,attracts the congregations i Ever witnessed. During the prese it year the Chap-1 has been enlarged Aud will now hold with the be trick nearly two thousand Persona. During its enlargement or purge occupied Exeter Hall ministering to overwhelming audience of upwards of three ibo said Lor about three months and al the enlarged Chap i five Hundred persons Are Iiblise-1 to go the Sabbath forint al room Ilis ministry is attended with great aug cd is about thirty persons Are Bipti 1 and received into the Church every til Irli. He has a Clear melodious i powerful voice a Brilliant imagination and ready utterance. Here Are a few sentences from the conclusion of his Sermon above noticed a do you know pour soul that you have not a House to live you have a h ii a for your body but no House for your soul it is something to bae a a horseless b by but think of a horseless soul my thinks i see you eternity sitting at the Doorstep of heaven. Ang-1 says a what have you no Bouse live a a no House a says the Pior soul. A have you no father a a no g gtd is not my father and there i it none beside a have you no Mother a no the Church is not my Mother i never sought her ways nor loved Jesus. I have neither father nor a have you to House then a no i am a horseless soul but there is one thing wors than that horseless souls have to be sent to Hiil a Dungeon a Lake that Burns with fire poor horseless soul Dost thou want a Bouse ? i have a House to let Tai morning for every sinner who feels his misery. Do you want a House for your soul ? then i wiil condescend to men of Low estate and Tell you. h tonely language that i have a Huu a to let. Do you me what is la ? 1 will Tell Yon. is something less than proud nature will like to give. It is Wii out Money and without Price. I have told you enough of Tho House and its excellencies but i will Tell you one thing that if y m feel you arc a horseless soul this morning you May have the key to Morrow and if you feed yourself a horseless soul to Day you May enter it now. If you had a House of your own i would not offer it to Yon but since you have no other Here it is will Yon Tak my master House a lease for All eternity with nothing to pay fir nothing Bat the ground rent of Loving and serving him for Ever ? will you Lake Jesus and Dudl him throughout eternity or will Yon be font Cut to be a horseless soul ? come inside sir see it is furnished from lop to Bottom Wii All you want. It has cellars filled with Gold More than you will spend As Long As you live. It has a parlor where you a cuter Tain yourself with Christ and feast his love. It has table s Well stored with food for you to live for Ever. It hath a drawing room of Broten Ray love where you can receive your Friend. Viu will find a resting room up there where you can rest with Jesus and the Lopshire is a Lookout whence you can see heaven itself. Will you have this House Surwill you not of if you arc horseless you will say i should like to have this House but May 1 have it ? yes there is the key lha key a a com to Jesus. Dut you say i am too shabby for Sueh a House. Never mind there Are garments inside. If you Feci guilty and condemned come Veu though the House is too for you. Christ will make you Good enough for the Bous by Aad by. Lie will Wah and cleanse you and the you will be Able to sing with moves a lord thou Hast let eco our dwelling place throughout All a a correspondent of pm i llrra/,1 a it of this Young Many a much needed a the pulpit Asli tui a or were Ali air Day of All the great no England a Metropolis c. Ii. Spurgeon is the most popular having at one bound distanced or. Cumming Tbod a Plinney Newman Hall Robert Yoap John Attenbury William Arthur and h . I must confess that i went to hear him with some degree of prejudice account of what i had he Ard of h a out spoken calvinism and Bis censorship of other Miliate is yet Althom differing with him Inni of his opinions i am no longer prejudiced for he has endowment of the choicest gifts of eloquence Genius Aud passion and appears a filled with the holy ghost Quot already hundreds Bavo been converted under he it ministry and i was formed Hal at the week night prayer meeting of Bis Church it is not unusual to see at least one thousand persons present. If pics Rve a humility or. Spurgeon must be the instrument achieving a great work lie has much of the unction of Whitfield the pith of Jay the eccentricity of a it Aland Hill and the drank us it Owci i John 11. A Vul a. A essay a. # a or the chronic Cui Limiex a of a Ltd a evil a Lff lie Llu. Aff Quot action is one of the drowning attributes of our Mutal and moral nature. To cherish f Lings of sympathy and reciprocity toward one another is productive of a High degree of pleasure Aud accordance with the dictates of reason. He who formed the human foul de Sigurd that it should be Tho scat of Strong social affect this that it should find end Lymont their cultivation and that they should be prom Olivo of virtue. That the social affections exist and form a part Ltd our natures evident. They Are not Confin cd to persons of taste re tvo a place the breasts of the rude unlettered and uncivilized. The tics of affection we. It bind together Tho hearts of uncouth their manners Are Suffi int to awaken our Ammirati tut up scially among Lhowe who by thur urbanity s a i a fragrance through society d a ire cud the finest touches of a it Cial feeling. The affect i a of our nature May be cultivated and their Jolious cultivation depend Many of the fairest productions of the human heart the Solace of s Jarrow and to. A hip ones of life. We envy not the Man who sympathizes not the Joys and sorrows of his fellow Man who feels no glow of Delight another s Success who his no tear to shed Over another s misfortunes or at the grave of a of rioted. Nor a we curvy the ascetic whose Recluse manner of life makes him a hater of Mankind and of himself. It is True retirement has its p e Asuras and advantages but absolute Noelu Ion from society is Deri Gator to a Law of our nature and precludes the certain attainment happiness. The social affections should be cultivated because of the pleasures they afford. Mutual Intercourse Between those who Are hound together by tender and sacred ties and a close and permanent Union forms no sol f it of the sum of human happiness. is natural fur Man to love society lob it iii it intr a int arc to and feeling with those to who he can i Ike known the secrets of his heart who feels a interest his welfare that approximates to Bis own who May sympathize with him Bis anxieties and participate his pleasure. When a nets it a with roses scenes that fill his mind with emotions of admiration and Sublimity h w it atly his pleasure is enhanced if he has those to whom be can reveal those emotions the traveler As he games upon the beauties of nature or the embellishments of Art feels Happy Elisci ursing of them t it those whom he has by the cultivation get of the social affections made big friends. The Lover of study or the admirer of eloquence and poetry thou he May penetrate far into the former and witness the Sublimes exhibitions of the latter though mind and senses May be delighted is still uneasy and unsatisfied until he has imparted to others a knowledge of his investigations or decanted the Noble efforts of the orator and a he sul Linic productions of the poet. How tediously would pass the year of childhood were it not f the social affections what is More irks me to a Youthful mind than Solitude ? to be without any with what a to Shire the sports and amusements of juvenile innocence and when the social affecting Are cultivated at the altar of virtue what a Turec of enjoy ment a they become not Only the season of youth but also when the mind lays aside the Hab aliments of child Bowel and Bee it s sufficiently matured to engage the sterner occur Ali is of life. The past with its ple Arsaut pastimes and loved associations will ofte break the spell of corroding rare which Settle s the mind oppressed with the anxieties attendant up m a responsible station or overwhelm d Wili transactions of a business nature. Associations formed Early life by the judicious cultivation if the social Aff Chi is will Cluster around the memory As h ily reminiscences and embellish the soul with the finest touches of humanity. They who rightly cult vate the social affections wiil realize Many Adan arcs aside Fri a Large degree of pleasure. The interchange of thought i importation of judicious counsel the Pirl of sympathizing friends is calculated to improve the faculties of Tho mind augment its Stock of mental resources Aud adorn the character with the fairest ornaments of human nature. Tut there is c cited with this subject a pleasing thought and that is the durability of who it a connection religious principles. The fashion of this world will pass away the grandeur of Butao actions will cease to be remembered the elements that compose this Beautiful Earth will be dissolved hut the Union of believers formed the precut and consummated the future state will be the highest degree tender and endearing and will exist As Long As the throne around which the redeemed will Cluster. I. W. 8. Us us or. Dir. Ii. The Austin Texas state Gat Etc says Benjimin 11. Tureen of that town recently killed twelve consecutive mornings before dinner Bir Ceu bears one Panther it me wild cafe and seven Deer. Punch via a Ina who goes to Cir h i have often thugut that if government Lochew tobacco Aud spit the floor would make appropriation of one Hun ought to he taken by the heed and Berls Dre-1 thousand dollars to al. Fray lha Eland scrubbed upon the soiled spot until it Pense of sending one Hundred of Best is made clean. Or Theodore r Myn b cd eminent scientific gentleman and Well known for connection with the cause of education no w York died Tihany 19, age-1 01. The american x i re Ign Uible sonic to last month granted the to Tunal cop if the new f r do tribute u to the slaves principally Kentucky ten my or. Tho russians tay Hal the English at. army onions led by asses. And Mast Liberal minded Brit Clecil Farmers to Europe a tour of observation this Money would be appropriated to foe i advantage. These men would return to i i Homes and farms imbued with new i Leas and a ching1 highly favourable to themselves to the interests cur a ional agric attire. W us be the inevitable and Papfy remit if s. for m Tho d of rent state., the dissemination of use Ful a it Rar or it to information a Ull be far m re Rcpt 1 and thorough than it now is by Tooki is ays and Perioli als which Are Loo often the protections of Empy Ries hog raisers at the West Are beginning 1 trios who have no higher of >-1 or the up at the i a pm the Arele no tie . A. I a i tie he sch . Or put Assn it Lingen be u. Re pre sively apparent at or. Cut ii., than the fact that a very prep u a majority of eur Fanner t to i a vat too to i h land. The g. M ral r a Plait am my practical i that fanning is up final c business. Why it is Sii is sufficiently explained by tic Fiel first tinted. The disadvantages Indi. A r suiting from this error arc num Roua and . No Man can doubt inc soil new under cultivation the a led states would with proper management produce twice the Quantity of Vega writing them than the pro Curc ment it f Money or a livelihood. Such a a non w us 1 never be min cd from the Treasury Aud w it i a Short Lime be return re with come and interest from a urea which w ild Mil info try pour Tnie i is millions into the Revenue. The following a Quot to re s up it to the sol it of Small farm w re mad Veir Ine. By a or. Sleep t. the co re apri Cul Taral al of re a a , i think the state of. W York a a not the Dicks a of sound philosophy but numerous flt cts eur Assn from experience Are calling upon the Farmer to he it i v a Small fab to ax1� Silti vat it Wylli the do Ytse t a Pul at a Rop is Flanders and Lom Harly where the Lan l is divided into Small farms and shop a Lily tilled Prolux i Abunal it find tables it new Dora. From Twenty to thir for .1c inhabit tot. And the exp Rinero to bushels of Ludian e Twenty to to of a of # a , to two of wheat thirty of Oata and al. Jujj a of the c uttry under Bun red and fifty of potatoes arc As unch it. A work a a. F.irnk.r., the p Rouee As most Farmers expect from acre yet o0,.tyr.� m to. Of ,.j, us a Phi its a Jpn Wilu improved of cultivation pm ,.n than Elci it bracing Liberal manuring and a a a a the her t of rotary system this amount of produce i. To Mem agriculture consists to thorough frequently doubled and Many instant a nation of a Small piece of Ces quadrupled land which under the minute Jan worked Almot old systems could scarcely i made to every Section of this country one capital produce sufficient to defray Tho expenses error runs through the whole system of of fencing acl a carrying .�?� let our fog a Jet m-wey.,r. I Farmers but reduce the Quantity of their he it am a to no arable Laud a let them Accord More Atten Nui motion. And it is sad to it. E the prot tion to the Quantity and Quality of their pro Etor 0f,tg0 film him if up a manures and intr Ducc a number of area Shieb he possesses hat a Stem of rotation which will not exhaust us rakes to cultivate without sufficient the Fertility of the soil beyond the Power Sta a a Mau. Has been comparto again producing without expensive uni f0 s . To i pends All his eat ital Lay of Cash for Man it ire and they will a Sid bail Ling for his own use a Large and find that firming Assunna a different Orfin a co seen gazing with estimate. The Cut blowing planting Tompt Heenry his Bare Walls and empty 1 hoeing a acre of Lau 1 capable of was a Cha kit a out to himself a luring fifty or sixty Bushel of sound Corn Harj Jan v Sun Ari a a tors a stale w i 1 be no m re than the ease of land of filatow use than egyptian bondage capable of producing Only Twenty. The no has not time to accomplish .thing a verge yield of the grass land Well thu Tler ugly. What a harassed Happy naked regions is said to be less than one lying last to e Ower of Suci a Farill a ton per acre i yet there Are acres and 0 la the ,re4 Jimlu of of. ,�,1, acre s Many places which have pm diced he a be pleased despondency stumped Jour Fon. . Is increase of three fourths resulting from Superior cultivation the Superior yield is by no Means to be attributed to superiority of soil for several instances these heavy crop have been taken fam Fields surrounded i v others from which has than Oue Ion was the average annual product. The Premium crops of Indian Corn rarely fall shirt of be Hundred by hels Shell d c to the Bis Haggard linear it and to worm of discontent gnawing a his Hart with him there is no pleasant As. a with the past the present is full of anxiety care and a Orv i ii. To and a dark Cloud rest Dujsin the a practical f Enver. Bald e Iglic farm nov. 24, lv>5. d Ai Hartford time acre yet the average of the popular c to say Experiment which has b Tri d is less than Twenty Dee this i by some enterprising Gentie men not far finished ratio we Are to estimate All the for m Thi Point the arc ent other Ordinary cultivated pro Luls of the i hcs c Tiel sively the value of d. Up plow firm. Wherever it is made to pro ing. And the econ my of deep be Luce a Rymun rating or p. Us v. Is inv Ana and Ais it shows that to is better for Cun Bly alien 1 the a taking now if a Recti. It m t. Go Lowak the poor and Farmer who Carlivati its Twenty acres would Quot a. . It Quot a us Tous imitating sgt it Large a diminish the extent of his i ids one half portion of the Quot surface of their own state Aud bestow upon la remaining ten a. Res. Than to Start for a eth a West Quot a farm the manure and time re quire 1 to cultivate where half the profits their or is Aro the to. My lure can be no Epi estion tot Ilij re 1 the expense of inns. Lati it i he would a Liport Lime be Able Lonal Toa Market a we have Slid this a Linn ise from the Mircu Iset bed area As much Tim a to trios i --yr.anta who Are and ultimately site than he to obtain always itching to g a we re a from the who. L t him al a reduce the oar opinion has la i Quantity of Bis grass lauds the same if a Farmer can t gel al h a. We be prop it ration and be wiil u get Only save Quot tic revives the Higbe to Price few his or i t. Half de the of securing the crop but and Cash at to it h will tan a it g. Of r important item fencing and ii Sid s thing any Whir be t m re Tous of Hay As Tho manure i expended originally up m two acres will be up one. The Wou Darful of Good tillage is d Nur gardens. Here a few rods prot Duc Ltd annually ten limes the Colt Ira a. I r ally a l of .1 fir cattle Wolf ii mixed with it at a a t. Of i. A or Bay Aud we. N thus a. D of rata a great saving we farm is not to sell till a Crit the c a. But t. Have it weight of produce afforded by the Best a Uel loj. A l sell the Gram Only reserving managed Fields. And Why should to cd the cobs As fool f r their cattle. w a cry Inch of soil tic Husbandman cultivates a i Scarcity of the gov its or. i a he As Fertile As his Gard cd ? look at our part o humanity a Wei s. F no a r. I m wealthy Amateur Farmers and see what economise everything the urn m Imit cd a products they occur a from their Hope of cattle f. A land. Dut ii Wilt by sail such me Siul a ooh Caiu eur hrs te-a.-, fortunes farming. True this is the ease. Dut Why ? simply because they hire everything done. They Are generally a men of Leisure a wealthy merchants or professional men who have \ Dave everything it of Thi. Lind overhauled under your own is my inspection and All me Essory repairs made. Put ail get use carefully away under cover. If before putting them away Yon have a coat acquired affluence and per apron afford of Chari pain Given a Hunt Cheju a to farm at a Vollay. But thu result Mach Togo would not be experienced by the careful a prudent judicious intelligent and working . Me Tiivi a the wearing net Farmer who superintend every arrange of machinery More tel be to ment and detail of his business himself Nell of mining or the use of bad. He would Kun w h w every Dollar was a Thon 11 any othe r Cau. Lifite i. Non a plied every shovel Ful of manure a Propri but the a Del pc it let Quot la Perm mph uld Tod and every product turned to the be use i win . , re a a. Viil is Ille account if after

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