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Krom a private letter ritten by Fn-d. F. Wallaec, who recently went toChnttaDOOga, Tenn., and embarkeil in business, to Mr. K. ]{. Mali, of thls city, under date of Feb. 12, wc are permitted to extract the following purafrraplis : "I ean truthfully say tbat I am bighly pleased with tlie country, and Itbink tbat any one coming here and looking tbc ground over for themselves will want to stay. I will mention one of tbe many chances thero are hore for makingraoney. A dairy, inanaged as a good man would b capable of managing it, woild make lots of uioney. Milk here brings ten cents per quart, (and half inilk at that). Fatber U bere and we bave been talking about this business. He thinks it a grand chance. Good land can be bought very reasonably, and now would be au excellent time to come and investígate. I tbink you would like it here, and I should like vcry ïuuch to bave you come, because tbe more nortbern men we get here the better. If you want to come soutb this is tbe place to come to. You will probably see father at Ann Arbor in a short time. It is inowing some uow, for the first time this season, but it will all be gone by to-morrow morning. Thecoldest weathcr we have had this winter was two days ao, when the thermometer maiked 11 above zero. Aside from that occasion it has not been down to 30 aboye zero, and even tbat low for only a few mornings." [Mr. Wallace is enijaged in the hardware, grate and mantel business, the firm witli wbich he is connected being Banks Wallace. He reports himself biifbly pleused wltfa hta prospect.]


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