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sOHN~t 0. a. FORDv
Al %SJust 4 eccated frui .New York.iaa Fall
.us Wsater suppty-hisi suck compris.
e o or the most co mplete assortments of
' rAPLE & FANCY.
"SIOX %- DOMESTiC Die V GOODS.
thateion be founed aisy where. hit'Is former
.ualoairuihe asks the opportunity tsshow thetn
his prscticd isank. for their patronage: and to
those who zre accustomned to seek in other Tar
kets. for what of style audfaskiaa or im pr0e,
they expect notin Ha-smb urg.he would beg leave
to say. that by calling, they will give him the
pleasure to show that a moe entire assortment
ofthe best and mortt Fashionabk'Goods, oi every
variety. is not to be found. he has now on hand
400 pieces American Prints.
200 . French and Lnglish do
50 " twilleel & plain Scotch Ginghams.
30 bales brown Shirtings & Shectiigs,
6 ases bleached do do
*ile Linseys & Plain., for negro clothes.
SCasesKerseys. and I of cheap Sattinett.
50 pimes neavy DufBl & Twilled Blankets,
-mackinaw 10. 114, 124, & 14-4 Whit
1.4, RBath Wool, Ribbon
Goods by the bale,
Super black & uuied Satinetta and Kentuc
60 pieces Irish Linens and Long Lawns.
Birds Eye, & 7-4. -4. 10-, & 124 table
Brown & colored Table & Pilno Covers,
Fine wool dye and Frencd. black Cloths,
. blue, invisible greca & mixed do
Black, blue black, tanry colored & mixed
Doe Skin Camsateres.
Plain and tigured Satin. Serg, de Rome. Al
bert Cord. Ceenime & Velvet Vestings,
Plain st iped and printed Balz.arines. a new
and beautiularticle list Ladwes Dresses,
Boibasin. Merna%'s. anl .\1luslin de Lain:cs,
2 in & 4-4 3laae-oni Lutebtrng,
3.4 & 44 Gro de Rine.
Black and blue biack tigured Siks,
Blue black Gro d'A frique,
2nd Mtourning do
Gro d'Armurc. mid Rip. Silk".
Black Pekin and striped t'aiuu, & Glace do
Plain & 6iured saes & linat .plk.
With every new style in miarket-L. planaa1itni
ed and tiguired.
Thread & L...ace Edgingf & Inwrtiii-P. with
a genewtdi assortmsent otll kindsof Lice
New and Fa-hionable fine Paris woik-d col.
.Bonnets.a: variety of the best & newest sty lee
Silk. Florene,! aiid Straw.
7-4 & 8-4 heavy changeable Silk Shaew be.
Nett & plsaed wool and Chiinie dSk dee
Chinme Searfa & fancy Niak hasaawts.
Wheite& black 4ilk lloaw & 4 tlose. freneh
and Eng liih.
Of Glove's, ~oserv. Rihboiss. Braids. Tap-:ii,
Cord. Binding. Vnaigese. Collars. Scarfs.
H dkfs, &e., a general sariety,
1000 piece. Paper flnginags.
Scotch Ginghams.Caumbric &Silk L'aobrellas.
White & bluc laid Letter & Cap Pasper.
Envelope,and all kinds ofPaper used in Pt int
Printing Paper of any size and quality, faur
niahed at the lowest rate. anid siers tor
any quantily titled en short inotace,
The above, with ahuiost every variety sif arti
ele usually kepit in Dry Good Stores. Wshole
sale or Retail, in quantities to an t purchasers.
Merchants fr-om the country are invited to
call and examine hiis as,'istmnent.
Hamburg. Nov. 1, 184l. tf 40
Boot and shoecshop.
T HE subscriber has to liamburg, on
Centre street opposite Messrs. Hein
ard & Garmanys' a DOOT anid SllOE~
Shop, where he wall keep aon haud line
?*HOES & sOOTS, warransted werk;
likewise an assorimnt oif Conr.,o Shoes
maanufactured at his Tunyiard near M1t.
Vintage. on the old Stage Rad, betw,een
Edgefleld Court Hlonne ande Ilamburg.
Carries on the Saddlery and liarneese
business, in all its branches. aid wtill sell
Iow for cash, Goodi raw Ilire will he ta-.
ken ini :-ade or for cash, as will suit the
All business in his line, attended teo with
despatch. M. L. GE~ALTY.
llnanburg, Oct. -1. 1841 i 36
I FORWARN all p.uons fiom tradin: fur a
note given to Carey M, Warren, in thre
month of October 18t40. calling for three hun
dred dollars. unless the bargain is complied with.
yOEL F. WARREN.
aey 19 10~ 42
ALLperon to whom the Estate or B. F.
. Nicholusn, deceased, is indebtetd, are re
quirsaed to present their accounts, and those who
Uwe fle gamne, nre required to pay them; de
mands must be legally attested.
J 0. NICHOLSON,
D. IL. TROTHER.
October28 if 39
A LL peran.s indebted to the estate of Robt.
%V atts. late of Edgefield District, dec'd.,
are earnestly reiested to settle the game b-y tie
first day of Jantuary next, as tie Executor in.
tendas mettliag the said state. and cannot give
longer indulgence. Those having claimins against
t ie dai estate, must render them in by that
time, or be barred. &c.
Nov. 4 tf 4l)
U UR friendsa in the Country. aid elsewhere
are int'ormed that tie dteath of tour late
friend and Co-partier. Doctor Charles 31. Ilill;
will not derange the regular routine of our hu.
gineMs at all, na it will be eCnstinued by the bur
vii ing Copartner utder the same fit mi name.
.IURItAY & hIlLL
P1r. J. If. .M CiRAY.
Oct 21. if 38
A LL pososo indebt.-d to tie late Joyce Cul
.tUpepper, are reqnested to wake payument.
aid all thowse having demandg agaiest ihe estate.
are regnested to render them m: prokpefly at.
tested tm the smauab.criberis, % ithmmm; mie atmu pre
icribed by law.
W. A. STROTIJER.
D. It. STILJTil :R.
Nov 4 if 40
A LL persons indebted to the estate of John
Cokter. dec'd.. previons to his death, are
requested to make paynsent, and those to whomi
the estate are induebted will render their clan.u
according to law.
Ordinary of Edgefidd Distrirt.
Nov.2 f .43
Brouasght io the Jail
F this District. a negr-e boi . by the na tiue of
BILL,. about 5 feet. 31 imnchep& high. %ery
lark comilexion. and between :15 and 40 years
f -go, stout built, and has a scar on his left
-leek. and on just over lis leftipple. Ile
may that lie belongs to 3r. J. Beck. of Elbert
Tbe-owner is r ested to come forward.
rove properly.pay es and take him away.
C, I. GOODMAN, j. s.v
LL persons indebted tm tie late B. A. WaI
face. ar reque-.ted to make payment. ani
ill thoses having demands against tle estate, as
eqnested to render them properly atteited te
%. L,. Griffin. V.qr., my attorney withl whonia
vill be placed all nmmow and accounts due th.
-state. ELLEN T. WALLACE
October 1.1 1f 37
General Drug Store,
Centre-street. Ilamburg. S. C. opp-maite the
OLD AMERICAN lioTEL.
NIURRIr & RILL.
SE.P ucontaitlv mi hanid. at fie above
lie';m.e a geseral assim'rtmet of
DtaU;S. MEiclNES.LNST IENT8.
PElitF' EI . PAINTS. OMLS. DYE
STUFFS. IlATTFrlt' AlATE
RI.\L.S.WIN DOW GLA.A-cMe
All or wimicii tim. y ,lZr at the lowest prices.
ind on terms to smet pitrchaerit.
.-11 orders r rutedtrith nrateras aneldspatch.
A ..upply of warranted tre-sh Garden dds
lwnva on h.am0l. amni-d to thie, seasonm.
llanmhmtg. Augum J. if 27
Water Proof Warehouxe.
i i ultiLil.. Sept. miber :2'1. ?4 I
S I I E Stakcrbeer bes cave to iafosrmm Ill.
frtinds amid mme itmbhe, thmat lie cmnetmtme
tie W Ailt;1Lot'Enmd :s11. 11.S1l' HI -j
41 N-'SS. t Ihis Ifornwur -tammd, kinownm a the
liater ml t \\ lashini.
? ct.mcued5 in. mat irm'rmm mother butildling~a. its I:o
:a.tionm renmder, mt nearly as mecmmne frmmm tire', aim
i it wvere time prosef. The: tloor. sof its twoe wting,
ate beem elevamted abm.st e ths~ge i iaer mmazrk
of time great hmeslmet sof .\:ai 1 40: anmd eacht sf
hemse dui tismemn of time lmmilding,. will store frosm
.5t00 to l.e4.m btale oit Csmtton, bothm of hmese. ar
lesig ned1 to be~ elutts ely set asp irt lmr time Cot.
oni ol lanisterit ands cotmtv mserchmamtm. whm will
hum tie esecured fromin time 1msssmliity of loss amid
:aeneage tiy Irshlets.
le avaz iusel f um~t of then prement occasIioni to
rsturnm hm thantmk s. lii. h:Irgeend andm pautrom.5. for
Ieir libwral .mmpplort duimmg thme last .easson.
lie oilicsims truit thmem.m iand thme pubmlic gseerail
ly, a continmanmce set'thiscontmidlence, ande assutrs
thema .tass retuirn for thmeir patroinage Ise. will
ue his hest persmonal effoirts to prommte anid
protect thesir interest conmimitted to lius chmarge:
mi aditionm to thiuassu~rance, lhe ledges hmimnelf,
that hms will in emo caise pusrchaise a bale of Cot.
ton sdirectly or indir~cmlv.
Ele will 'attendl to time male. andI shiping of
Cationm. tihe receivin and foiIirwadin~ oS Good~s,
"r anmy othler hieaen usumlly trasnsaicied by a
C ommimssions .lerchantI.
Ssltem rm' :i te :tn
E DS;El-I K 1.D) l. it I CIT.
James Roertsmm. & others, JJJg .
D..nd~a,.s Rutob : on &othes.lariwn
IT appeim~arsnmg to. my* .atmstition thatt Danemiel
Roiwtimi. Wilhmam Rosumm t..un,..\lart iRohesrs
.mmt.$atmme Ai. tlrooiks, andi Lmucy hi,' i were.
''eimp~eranmce liobertsmn. ilimgslenm osbemrtsont.
ElizabesthsIIm tio. Nanimey (Carring'ton, iiharsd
Christmanm. andt Marv hii..4 ife.. Dbefie ns inm
this :.5e, residle' omnt of the State. Thesreforie,
ordered: Tisnt the mamd sdefenmdasnts do ipleadl.
answer or denmur to this bill. withinm three
m.nths frnon tihe publhictionm of this order, or
the sasdi Bill lhe takenm pro c'onfesuo againstm them.
J. TERRY. c. r. E. rin.
State of South Carolina.
IN TilE COMMON PLEAS.
Anson Moly, Declaration in At
L. I. Pixley. fachment.
W HEREAS the Plaintiffin the above
stated case, has this day iled his
Declaration atgaisnt the Derendant, whois
absent from and without the limits of this
State, as it is said, having neither wife nor
attorney, known within the same, on whom
a copy of the Declaration with a rale, to
Plead theveto, might he served: Ordered
that the Defendant Plead to the said Dec
laration, within a year and a day, from the
date thereoif, otherwise final and absoluto
judgment will he nwardedagninst him.
GEORGE POPE, c. c. P
Clerk's Office aqe 44
Nov. 27. 1641.
State of' 4outha Carolina.
IN TIE CO.M\ ON PLEAS.
John .loie vs. Declaration in Attach.
iathew Hlouaston. ment.
W IIEREAS the PlaIntifrin the above stat
ed case, has thi-s dav filed his Declara
tion a:ainst the Defenidant. who is absest from,
and without the limits of thisstate. (as it issatid.)
having neither wife nor attornoey. ksown with.
in the nasse. net wihan a copy ofthe I)eclarn
tion with a rule to plead thereto miaglht he serv.
ed: Ordered, that lse Defendant plead to the
said Declartition. .ithin a Year and a day from
the date thereof. otherwise final and absolute
judgment will be swarded againpt him.
JNI. F LIVINGSTON, C. C P.
lav 15. l14l. M .& T. aee 17
mate of Sotith Carolina..
IN THE C0MON PLEAS.
Sanauel IR. Fuller, Declaration in Attach
vs. John Buggs, ment.
Il EICEAS the Plaintif'in the above stat
edl ca'e, htas this day filed his declara
tion against the )efendant, who is absent from,
nnd without the liuuits ,fthiis State, (a,4 it is said,)
having neither wife near attornev. known with
inl the sanae ian whaom a copy ofthe Declaration,
with is rul le1 oicead thereta. might he served:
Ordered. that the said Defeidant plead to the
said Declar.ation. withins n year and a day from
the date iberetaof. otherwiae final and absolute
judgment will be an ardhed ngrinst him.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P.
Mfay 4. I441. a. & T. eqe 17
State of South Carolina.1
Joseph A. Cuniaginam, and Itobert
Crocket aid Saral Ann his wife,
Mnry Kinaer. Mahnialeel Lisslsey and
Mis-ouri J. his wile-, Valen-ttia
Corley, Williams Jennisis. and Jo
sinh l theridlge.
lIEID. That the Defesndaits appear
0 it tay aIlice. ii 3calndav the 14th ofrlach
next. to resitder asn accomut of the administration
of Mary Kibler. late Afary Cunningham and
Spear Price. now decreased. adinisistrators tp.
ont the estate ofJose Cunninighla, late of Edge.
Ordin-try of tdges-id District.
Dec 7 ._-$ n nm3t 45
State of outlh Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Win. Ii Green. Dederacion
Adam Julitsoni. -ampsi.
" TIIFRIE-AS lte Plaini ffin the above
W stasted els" haps this lay filed his declar
atmoaa naina-t the defendant. who i-- slsaeat fr-am.
s::d with..as the timsts of th Sitate. (as it is psaid)
laviii is-ither wifl nor cattorney. ksaown with
ill the sam1e, ease whomis the copy of the declara
timn. witus a rule to ple-nd thereto might be
wee-: rdered. uGsnti;..e- .:Pfeism pittsen
the at dclarations. withisn a ve-ar and a day,
fromsa the dnu'e thaereoaf. aethsern iat tinsal ande atbao
lute jurtgms~ent wrill be- awarded ssg:ssmst haims.
(clrk's Offie. Ocictber 23. l811.
Dac It nqte 4t6
IN TIII- CO.UMON PLEAS.
G reeas, il Craiwvfardh. Dedlaraion in At
vs Wad Stuatteswarthi. 5 tachment.
' llEIt EA S the Plaintiff ins Clhe above stat
sed ca-ae, hasR thais day filed hin Dheclara
tican :agaist the D~efensdant, who is absent from,
undc naithouast thec limsits of this State. (as it is
saia. ) ha~vmsg uneither wi'afe stor hattornsey, kunown
wvithmss the ,sm. on whsomt a enpy oafthe Declar
astions, with a rile. to plead theresu might be set-v
ed : Ore-rcd, ilhat the Defe-ndasst tale-ad to the
eaidl lDeclaration. wishins a ye-ar antd a day. Croim
thme atae thereof. etherwise facal ndu absolute
judgmeant wailt tae awarded agninst him.
JNO. F. LIVING8TEON, C. C. p
3any 15. 1$4.!I s. & T. age 17
IN TlE COMMOY I-J.EAS.
C. A. Doawd. vs. Frin.taha~g
Ilesnry Ca, v s. Foreign A1ltarhmaent.
The Plainatiffs haavinag thsis day (dhe; his De
ctaratam it sinsy otlice, nnd the Defendanst
haaa sn no naife- or attorney ksnowns to he withina
the .State. 05n whom a copay of the sunse. wish ai
rule~ tea palend, could he served. It is or-derecd
that the- dlefensdant plead tia thme said declartio
willhin a ye-ar ai a clay, oar fin-i and absolue
jidgelnst wiill be givens agatinst himt.
G ED. POPE, c. c. r.
May 20t. 184-I - . iw. w. age 16
BOOK & SOB PRfIMTNG
FEeydescription executed with
OFeyssand despatch, at the Office.
a th. E.'om.kF E., .........1I
Fr e dmesee Farmer.
aRYN -POLITICAL aCOCOINT SET
IowC some. may consider Political
Economey Nymster eastward Shows that
rhyme flya ytanufactured from smen
branches useful science. Only think
of the estten! interno-:en with the
flowers of If people will tot study
Poolitical more thoroughly mu it, sim
pie form, oymnster might render bimaaself
a public by rederingthegraat truths
of that amiliar to ur eas1hroi~gh the
aid of rhy
the Northrn 1k t.
C. N STATIdTICS.
Egyptian, ;nor Roman ever knew,
That.-uch ' asceIr grew;
, Or; e nown,
'Twas only men. utaless weed.
Which idly upfioariahod, w=nt to seed,
The eatsern tesgrew t, spun, and wove;
But, wantin ..gins, and stam their loms to
Their bales' . -as rags among mankind.
Would . its bleeding wounds to
A century 'twias thas. The distaff and
The shuttle, i 6. thrown from hand to hand,
Spindle and - oom their race began
It hen Eng t t light those - Wrigh's
ol Inn." ;
Her id Cwr.0
Vhat no*-- take the thread by England
n une short to and from de sun.
Trail itt bq of planet brigat & star.
Twould arctch darough all those
The t e
Twou *normos Waist.
Where longitud its longest line has trac'd.
Ten tiwes wound.
Ad are these webs. which thus could scathe
Sent out that man alone may be inrob'd?
'Tis even so.
Itis the age -f rotton Foh on rold
Df its uonotbe texture clothes the young and
The high and low.
And whence the raw matnial which supplies
'hese countlesopiudles? Which fsorever plies
Those giant looms ?
'ron the warm South. 'Tis there the genial
With cotton teems-'tis there it springs to birth, c
'Ti there it blooms.
Bint 'ti, not England only that nplifls
rhe aee withsteam. That 1wer with empie
New Englandl loug
[as felt the mighty inpulse. Soon will sihe
enve forthe world-nd England's rival be,
As rich as strong.
'hen let the North and Soth in union lite, I
Nature and art to this their sanction give.
Join'd hand in hand.
Producer' and consumers ningled. clain
conmmon parentage. n conoman ime,
A comnmn land.
Pilatka, East Floridau 184l.
-Sir Rkihardl Arkwright .invented the spin.
le: the 11ev. Edundua Cartwrigh~t invaented
tlThiese are tnot portical fiction. lbut mnathec
ntial etenisonast a part of statistical re
ords. which have beent pubilished.
F rom the Temnpermnce AdIreeate.
Ca pt. .J. D. Strollher',. Repuort on Ilorfi
cultunre. mnade before the Fairficfa A gri
culural and IIticulItr aSociety. I/he
Your Comtti ttee consider their dlepat t
ment as seond to no other branich oif g
usandry, and will uoffer a few rem~iarks in :
avor of its great imnportan~ce, un the atten
hou of tihe Society. It is that brnnich of
usbatndry which treats of thie different
modes o'f produicing, and collectitng all
kinds of f'ut's, vreetables, roots, herhs,
phnts atnd flowers. for the snuport and
luxury of patikimti. Nothaing, wecon I
eive, hass a more hanidsome uppleatranice
thnu a lin~ely ent~ial gardeni and a
there is not part of the farm so wvell inaunn.I
red and. tilled, so there its none which givenI
n grezat ands1 o grateful a retutrn to th li
utivator. Who~ is there, who once lav
ia, usessedl a flne earden. and kntownt
tleq pien.susre of daily partnk int: af frutits
utd vegetiablest in l the variety of ,,ur
cliace iestnot esteem tetm amnong. lie
hoest blessinlgs of h1i5 life? .And, who is
here, in thuis part of tue country, who liss
i nor in his power to have this, by cuhiva
ting his gardetn well? A line gnirdon ad
ministers to the wantt of the mind as we'll
s those of tlWheodly. To all ciasses of tao
iety it ahlhrdl in their hour. ot' relaxation.
a pleasant reerentiotn, andl imparts tat them
at once a ntor extensive view of Omnip"
eand a greater love for the cultiva
tion of the earth. The nan n ho can take
this chillrei by the hand, and %%un. er with
them ilarough iit gardrn. and listen to their
innocent prIurtle as :hey run frnm one
fower to anoil r. toi answer all their in
quiries; anal too rerognise Its the fruits and
f111 ern i blla surronumat him the wonder
ful handiwork oat his Ceatur. in providing
for tlhe wantA of iumkiii; possesses a source
of happinass unkown to bth useie mercin
a'y worlding. The pleamures % hibch arise
from the contemplaii onl the tu'uties i
the natsail world, ure pure nud unullooy
ed, uad are fraught witlh himtaihty 114ad lhe
nevolence, In such n %%alk, nw many
sta aow jinaporlanst the lessonuf ,.Ou aivy
leach oiur childrena. Acerdinag to our
notions of' a just Itaid rievolet -ein. the
Deity woiuhrl lie picqued '- see man #m
pioyed in such an Uoccapatton. All classes
of society must have theia :,nuseents
and cmployments; and.it i iaeuhtuent onl
us ts encourage such aulhave a moral tan
denry; nod we know of none th t wotld
condluce more to that end, than tlor'icul
lure. Onl the score tof prolit, how much
might we sve by havinig Sooad -.ardlen,
and orchards.? llt mannoy huuireds ,f
dollars do we wee aniually piass through
this town, in the .haoe ol .apples,. calhage,
onions. cider. puitoes ai otho-r pronicis
of the oreitards and gardens! We doubi
less have it inour power to save all this.
and it is a thing ul easy attainment! We
would therelhre recommend to all planers
and farnier4 to have good gidens and
orchanlsof their own. And also, to allow
(,very family among their slaves to have a
garden. and furnish thiem with seed of the
useful enlinary veget:hlile. aid osee that
they are pliated awd well worked. They
aho uld also be required to plant fruit trees
in their gardens.
When our slaves tee their cabbage and
3ilher vegetables growing finely, they will
ake a pride In the cultivation of theirgar
lens, and employ their leisure lime in ct
ivatingbein; %%where, if they had none,
tbey would he running off perhaps
o some neighboring planattion, reanain
g all night. to-ing their sleep, and con
iequently in bad oarder for the next dqs
cork; a constant repetition of l hi,.b brears
:onstitution and brings on premature de
:y. From running about at wight, they
ari also liable. to acquire had habits. per.
ial commit some crime and get intodif
leulties, ad as the prayer or all erring
tuortals Is, or should be,. "lead us not into
eruptaiin," so we should eddeavor ac
in00e. hert oiseep alt.
rollow the golden rue of "doing unto oth
!rs as we would they should do unto its."
Many times. for want of employtent at
iome ini his leisure hours. a ian acquires
liehabiiofregenting ivernas to passofT
iis time, and by drinking a little. thc halbir
accomes confirmed. ni.d he is i drunkard.
lIe ceases to work. his firiily comes to
tovcrty, nd finally tie dies that odious
leath. which i, a disgrace io him who was
reated in the image of his Maker. If thisj
nian's home had ian rendered more ttl
ractivr; if tie had hart a gardien. and taken
i plcastre in the eaItivatiun of it. lie would
iave saved himself fsmm the dis2race of a
Irunkard-s deati; amI left his fauily in
To fhlorticuliural associatinns we tre at
endy indeited for the introduction and
irmduction of mauy of our choice-t fruits
nd vecetables! What the poiatne was
ne litindred years agio. nany fruits aind
egetialiles nre now. treasires inkniown or
iimapreciatrled ly the great anass 'f our
ariners. And why m:.y not our asstoia
ion prodlnce boene-ficial retulis now and
ereafter! We miust. iiwever, tak:e n
lenasure in it. emulmte and e'nconirag'e eachi
ther. and perhap- soteia of us inny have
he pleasure- ofhandising (oar tamelucs downti
n~ potrt con-r~-t*-'; 'h1 4ee o.. ear
-aluetble trn i vgetble, w haich is far moiree
stiiable aor par.uiswornthyv t tan tioI hae ,oautr
nines engravead rit the titiest mttnarhun
imnt thlat Caanovat eve'r chii-aeled. Who -ii
I imring us wonhtill evter hiiae ha-a rd af aM "r.
teath, if tae hadl neat initroducited inito thi's
-uninitry th laderlighatfut pacih whIaich hears
iis tnaas! and lis aneimory wtill hive as
ntug a's paeh t rees coninaue to gro w. The
)urthe's, De Angeline will live longer itn
lie recaileciiota af amanikitd, bly thlie deli.
'iotas yerar ta hiich benres her riname, thtan sheaa
vill lay the coin ly aaoan uent a hieh mnmas
he pilace where she lies enttotmhied. Mlucla
nora' ini ca'ammemabIina oft boratienhIntr".
muir commtt I e coui s:my. buti as thais is
lie firs' replort they hiave' madie, thiey de
irae mierely,. tro implre'ss its impo~artamnce 0n
tie nmiinds u the imemnbers, worubal rerspect
-ully pirupo~e tat thne 'society rai'se by siat
,criptian a tewt piremaiurm, to bie amwtaded
a rotte future timae, ra thac rmembier whto
am' the greate.'.t und. becst variety oif peach'
's. pears, apples. plurms,;trapes5. and oth
-r fruits, to bei regulamed lby tic v'ariety
aacr' atr. .\n ti iennaii.. tsioni yoiur com -
niattee wonhal 'say f'mr thenrisslvecs amid for
iy futire-ua comiittee that maaay tae cap
aainted-s. atahat athey : at anw remity. ;aad asllt
ae at all time s, taa tiew' any tanda every,
!tardlen noil ureha.'rd they' rmay be invi.teal
ans~ee: to eat aif till icie fruits atnt v,-'ge'a
ala' lbat mntt bs nt to m hema. and ala nsa
ia'e all such. in futuore relaairts; anad pfremaa
tans iaboitld tie giv:-n lay itie 'society, to
sward the same
F'rom the T1emrperaure Adroenite.
The followingi tire ina brief the r-m'sar k
if Dr. L.11I. Da'i in sup~port of the Resa
uitian's ofi'eredl hy him to the' Si'ite Agricul
al Saaaaiety. recomnmenintg I e mise ofCoi
Can inasteii-t oaf Hemp hhlaggin -. arnd of Cot
lon for till thn vtarius tart' I seaf wearing
..p.ret where it wvats rissablo to substitute
it for Linen. We fully coincide with him
in his views of the subject, and commend
it to the serious consideration of Southern
*-That these resolutions would be car
rying out tho able suggestions from the
orntor. n ho had just delivered his address.
Hr had given us an ex'ensive view of
what %houldl he our general feeling-and
that d tails of a prabtical bearing should
be imumedirately entered upon. There was
an old saying "Take care of the cenis and
the doil1sra n cid take care aft hemselves'"
-this bus becn disregarded by th, Cob"a,
gron er, and he wished, in as summary a
way as poible. to dinu-trate the truth and
importaice oif this (apothegmt.
When it i. teiriderel that the principal
m-m1 fifact urers awl consurers of ourgreat
Vtrapile are hu,tile to our Success foin our
peruliur lnhoair. ,, tren it is con,idered that
Cotton is succesftully growing in ndia
and elsewlwere. as ,taird fly our orator,
and most especially %% hen it is coi,idered,
that we are maiily depeudanut art Eng.
land for the mailulicttre of our Cotton
arid that our umirible irtiercourse may at
any imomrn be ioterrupied and a conse
queit paral% is of all commercial and ag
ricultural bu iness. it was assuredly pmnp
er tint we should lie using every means to
secure our ind.-pendeace' in this particular.
A reality that wutild prejudically affect ev
ery thing cotrnercial. civil as well as na
tionral. That the question might neverbe
asked, irthere was not uol cause fror ap
prehrndiig such events.
We have new Ctoton Factories spring
ing up all over the North, Virginia, Mary
land, North Curoin, and all the Cotton
gmwitng States, and it has been conclu
sively shown by -our able orator. that w'ith
our Cotton an- our accompanying resrur
ces, we can verify the old and stale anec
dote ofihe Yankec's two sons, who, lock.
od up in a room, made money of each othl.
er, lay swapping clothes. Tb mlis wasthis
forcible presentation of facts, that was to
be 'he irrefragible link in binding together
the North anal :he South-the grower,
the stanufacturer and consumer of our
Frain sucie consideratioos, it was deta
ded of uisrosfaciliiate sr'th every fessible
anaillig*41hisAnutual and udl 100ed-in
terem., .. . .. O
The was now. whethershi can
bet Dy ofnourpart.
rfacte are now faish
'arice .tbeggig, basai of
is selling at 26'02t centsper vard. This
bagging iserra manufictured in Mississip.
pi, and in some instances, bound with
Hoop Iron. which is said by some to ie
prperred by buyers, to that bound wita
Hemp or Cotton roping; he apprehended.
an excepsiun might ie predicated upon
the corrodin:: quality of Irma upon it.
Ilemrup B:.agiutg wa, theu neithercheap
er nor a better article fror baling than Cot
ton, apart from the rect of its being &us.
tained by a high tariff duty, exdusively at
the expense of the Cotton grower.
The atreation of Cotton factories hav
ing been but partially directed to it-as a
Pubstittaute for liemp Hayging, Gunny Bags
are bitg introduced fromt Calcutta to New
Orleans, at a cost of 12 cents ouch, 5 of
them naking a teat and substantial cn
velope for a bale-enontgih was introduced
Ie pa.ijt ,ctsn i hale 1-5th of the whole
Cotton crop ofthe United States, and this
is done to , vuid the high duty on Roll Bag
As it is a viotiontin of the Tariff Law
(thcoughi theaper tian nery thing clse, in
the nhatract.) we should ntil encourage it
for sever:al reii-os. ist. The sagacity and
e'ergy or our Tariff opprresors iwill cause
... : ianentbnent raf thett letter oif this Law, tn
ner t,l it-'inre ia eCto,---~-at~a wioulad
the, ree.ario., andl conirseqaue'nty ivo inir.t
ripain u, thre e'xiting aatjeelion tao lcrrmp
I :~i ng -The rinknaw ns wtan.rst oif suppuly
nntd demaind, ns ill run itili mror.- and all
impt~ortnrrt, ..houaldi lbe-c ott uwa verintg poli
ev to use Colton. rrna inicretae as imuch as
pois.jble its couitin prlhaionl.
Ifthe average~ craip i.'estiated at two
millions aof buaes, and lire ronaunmptiomn of
ten yardls pe~r halIe ,allowtAel i ;r barling. pick -
ing sarcks, anal outher p.laniation purpuvi,
it woruld givte ra' nr. inreacdu consurtnpnion
of t wo mnillionis oif yards, or tree million,
Ittnad.htiona~, Cotton is nnor universally
cotnesce bry tihe .ledical lFanculty ti bae
mosaet healthful faor uinder garments-pre
serving it mnore utnifaorm temrperatrr of the
bordy, andl a better nb-,orbOnl, &c., than
any'orhecr article. Nrow, Sir, if ran esti
male0 * itade' of our wite population, at
t wentii m d cachi, it will be funnd most
lattering tar the croncr, arnd much less so
1o thre Amenricant stanu ifacturers.
Ina conclusion, iflwe show an earncuf in
nting ourir owni it'.e rotr ingenuous Nor
ihrn friendals woruld hre justified, and will
manufarture it to stit all tastes ; the plain
,st, theO morst ertlraragant, aind tbe most
fuastidious; andl. Sir, when this is atlended
to sar their panrt, Iu toorr will be sued forerr
prpose fair whuichr limp now is, and its
conusumnprion correspondinglyj increased.''
Ilrary Dorkets.-Thec Crimrinal Court of
A damts corunty, Mis., nrow in session, hay
yo0 cases to dispose of, 90 of is hich are
crimtinal Tire District Court iu session at
Juackson, in thtal State, hadi 1900 cases,
5:N bhave been decided. Fine times for
lawyers, sheridF. and constables.
Temnperare Mucmut.-A certsi 'Squire'
inr Maine actuaily ' ent ol' and discardad non
of bis toes. becanse it set ceraoed.-McAaasc.