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ik ee pale they bow';.
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~t, "Il w ae"le
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a fitter fas re puisener's ebala,
For the noble imy onem-e .'
6K ounqueror eemas o'or thehbavenly pIg
Pesep# P,IQ thf 4 atoas I
seve riaglag teeq but stapgera tread
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Ad cur birthrigh jeye, like a dre4ma have
AnMdA'. whre irt Aow, oh, bod t
Vb'hqypregiqg pe Ic 1 i Ar. si/"Aere,
Where the6 rictori mark Is a"~
Pol baek to the oterh its mookian heer.
Ne peaee to the Sodth lai yet
A 4aspAx, Lar.
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opment an atea of aliput 1.6 qst~i inch.
ex, or a piece of ground 4 inclis' squaet.
Thgre are in an acre of la'ud 43,560
square fe. JCac; 'qua.e fot contsing
9,ef. the s inp , Is eape
b f raam pIat and s.
w ave- 92.040":I the 'nsna bm' of
whea ptst that riil grv* advanta
I an acre of lan'd. In a
buh . ofwheat. r knels 9f fait
"si9, ere ae M t4OQ0o . , I9
theiet q1eif6rmlA bs er on
en4ri (4iAf .,or,, a frAction more
than Osquare inrhnus"or an rea:t "
ines .are, finsech keel (:sh
wha lant produce pny ne ital ,and
hed obfot e t P~hek
as uiiy xpeceery pla6to tiller" %hai
istsproduce frt* 1to , o-10, or more
stemk if ill tese kernel should grow,
thq #t9ai* W.bld b so thick that the
4 whis wenld bhr and small,
avidathe grain also of a ili Viutive si6,
13ui, in practiee, w0 that their)
kafilur.es omwhere;Voatif * e u' m<
1se q th'gmin' wilt '44 thick
In0t isho X
mes of .th, ? n bow r n
wuse? de d- on' thi
i k*y Ul, the , atRlis a
moe, the condto of f 90 and
4'U Eon spse
ObidGkti's R RPOR'.--The
OW York IXrAfe thus comments on
lThere la n iii :militar litera.
ture or history arable with the re.
rt of Lieitena eral U. S. Grant,
whieh ae pqblia~ 0 ite in th*
nju&i of a more com
pact than a Id. than Jomi.
ni, iore p'en ighan a ir *ad
"In nearly all eases Grant give confir
mation to what was the p pular judge
ment of the hour. .Shenipr ,! Sheridan,
Schofield, and Thomas *ere the. ab.
mired of the people, as thef' are- the praise
of Grant. With others" "s BIanks and
Gilmore, he issignifichatl ilent. Rose
crans he apeaks of railitr harshly
Baldy Smith he treats severely, and with
Butlet he deals at once. cornfully, and
in a Western sens vicionsiv. To Hun.
ter he gives credit for various merits,
.*hile nmerou, officers of less eminence
than these, are dismissed-with significnt
or insaiifieant praise or blame.- In
some of these avid other instinces, it
ithst be -allowed the judgement of the
gontr-less capable and less well in..
formeqf odursejhan that of Gen. Grant,
has'heretofore.differed from that official.
ly put forth in this report. Gilmoro was
lWalYa renowned natne with thopeople;
lalv Smith haa a reputaion which was
not iminishAd by his removal from
Service ; Rosecrans stood for two years
arnoit4 the foremost names in the army of
t:h, U'nlon; while on the other hand, we
qhink that so far as public opinion was
wcerned, General Hnnter only got
*redit for; a minimpmamount of Rldierly
capacity. Except iith the political
and personal partisan's of General Butler
we lmagmue that Grant'a criticisms
upon his niIitary career will be con.
tidered'severely just. Butler is charg.
ed with direct violation of orders in one
ease, with impertinent assumption in.
aother, and again and again with .the
grossest incapacity in the management
of his rny, followed by the most dam.
aging resultatnd he Itates that. , finally
Wq.ft ron. his ''was Per.
-v'n . , - .- . j gements and
I oem . Qfacon aid t4ra;er how.
impeasioned and s6tPossessed ; and if
occatiopa'!y hn uses vigorous languageohe
gneraly hma the impression that it
Isjustifd by ft.
Taw EBr.S:nnNT AfD T4E RADIOAL..
--.T)e leading. Republicans here are
getting sormewhat alirmed at tlie re
cent precipitate action of the House in
choking down Mr. Maynard, of Tennes
see, a thoroughly loyal man and hestrong
personal, friend of the President. It-is
.unildersood thalt Mr. Johnson has declar.
44 that he will not confer ths'offices at
hisl' isposal upon those' who shis
'poliqy of on, nor wl he ap
appomnt the ds of tlioe opposing
him in this Policy.
The Republican leadera are, there.
for#, confronied with the loss of all Exe.
Cutive patronam , and it staggers them
prod* i'uy, a thiee is earcely a mem
her who has not spqe favqr %o ask for
his political friends -Akeady many of
the members begin t6manifest a, change
of front, and desire to be considered. in
any other at'titude that that of hostility
to the President.
It ii to' be hoped that this.timely hint
from she Presidet may yet result in a
ooalIIitin of th conservative Republi.
cans and Democrat suioiently powerv
ful to thekl the. ra1 n1nt aniit of the
Arte'm# l" asootlng isn't
Zye .hada ed an
r b rnaig A ry.
orme.? th thast he sup
* eengh to stc
au sow. IJhais'
ovr wo weekrsi
yourself with ?" he