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The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1861., [Electronic resource], Federal reports from Southeastern Kentucky. (search)
ughter]--but nevertheless I have opinions, and will express them, even if the distinguished Arch-Angel who got put out of court on a memorable occasion had his carriage at the door. [Cheers and loud laughter.] here is my platform: Take Japan and China for a model; that is, live a few years by ourselves--[cheers]--clap an export duty on our cotton and our tobacco, and double the Morrill tariff, [Oh, and no, no,] Destroy the port of Charleston — make a Sebastopol of its forts and block up its channels, and give Beaufort or Savannah all its commerce. Partition the State and ink-blot her name out of the map. [Hear.] Build the Pacific Railroad and establish a line of swift steamers between San Francisco and China. Make New York the stock market of the world.--Establish military schools; have a decent army — it looks respectable when you want a review. [Laughter,] Augment the navy and give Spain a hammering for her impudence in landing in St. Domingo. [Hear.] Wait until she gets into
Sorghum. --The Prairie Farmer estimates that 2,500 barrels of sorghum, or Chinese sugar cane syrup, have been made in La Salle county, this year or enough to supply every family in the county with sweets for 12 months to come, saving the farmers $36,000 in this one item. The yield is 200 to 250 gallons per Farmers are advised to save all the well-ripened seeds from the sweetest cane.
The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1861., [Electronic resource], Additional foreign News by the Canada. (search)
t. Fifteen thousand Russian troops had attacked ten thousand mountaineers in Circassia. After fighting six hours, the Russians were put to flight with very heavy losses, including a General of Division killed. Six thousand Russians were reported killed and wounded. Grekor. A conspiracy to assassinate the King and his Immediate followers during a fete had failed. Such information was conveyed to the King as to enable him to avoid the machinations of the assassins. India, China, Rtc. The correspondence by the overland mail adds little of moment to the news already received. The Calcutta Englishman severely censures the Manchester manufacturers for doing nothing either to further the intended growth of cotton in India or to take off the stocks on hand in up-country depots. Dispatches from Calentta to October 27th report an increased business in cotton goods, and yarns at higher prices. Exchange was rather lower. Freights active and unchanged. Ac