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EGETUILE LIFE PILLS ANI
- .9 fNIX BITTERS.
ORIGiC OF TIE LIFE SIEDICINES.
rthteomof3 r Life Medicine
as the tist of a protracted and ainful 01
Nssoftbloriginater, 31r. John 31 t vlei
ken il'Nr. . was a prosperons and thout
tu..6mihant in the lower part of the city a
k; and having conumuled and employe
#A orour miost skilful piysicians, he
lter f sofrering, was pirevailed upoi
brase tie recipe of the invaluable vege
blpreprationmm now offered to tie public.
The effect of the Life 3ledicinetein hsis owl
ise was so ,iogular And remarkable, that h
unediately determined to offer to tie world j
edicine tat which he not only owed his li(
it his happminems. The anitorm success whiel
ai since amtnled their *idiiisration in eve
ikstaniec. where a fair trial aa been givci
em. has beeni attested by tlotiiedi. aid in
iaestibly proves thwir intrinsic merit.
L'ru Ltrz 3lixocass-G 'st.A- rE!:Antsl.
These muedcio a are indetftir their nami
their manifesit and sensible action in purify
gthespringisand chmnelmof life, aid enduii
em wilh remeived tone and vivtr. and to iN
aduinated faci'lhat pt a vrr earyh period i
eir histry had rescne1 nifrrerir fro-n
e rely ve.ge$ mfu Untitmely grave, afler al
e deceptive. mtas Bit the day. prescrihea
, plio iGtV bad utteily failed, in which ca
sathua'-y also 'ermanctly securil that uniforn
joyment of haetlth, wiithout whirh life sttse
bute pa: tial biaing. So great iWleed hat
air egicacy inlvarinbly proved. that it wal
Lel lea than miracuoilOss to those who wer
acquainted with the braetiflilY philoipimi
1 prnciples upon which they were roumpomiud,
, and upon which they consequently ail
rilE Pi(EM.X B31'rrris are so called.
:ase they psses* the powes cof re-teoring tie
piring etilmers at health. to a glowins: vigor
-oughout the constitution. as the Phoamix to
d to he restored it& life rromn lite ashes of its
-a diasolution. The Phleinix Bitter are en.
ly vegetable, composad of root' round mn
ain parts of the western connmry. which will
Wdibly cure FEVERS AND AGUES of all
ads; 'vill never fail to eradicate entirely all
effect of Mercury. infiluitely sooner than the
at powerful preparationmas f Sarsaparillam.
i will ismediately cure the deteraination of
.00D TO TH E 1 E A D: never fail in the
hess incideat to easeng feales; and will be
md a certnit retmedr in all cases ot mreous
iugtyad wmkacss o'f tie mst impaired cn.
utionis. Alm a remedy for Chrt
smalso Irhcyrmatism. the eli
asi hitters will 1e demoasra
a single bottle.
b.- pmopietor rejoices in the or
ded y ti diffsmon of the pre*
VI. TA BLL UFE M imit
he knowledge and reach of etr
19-A-rLK. anid contain neither -
011y, Arsenic, nor any other m
mi whatever. They art entire., -
extracts from rare and powerful plants. the
wes of whidch, though long keown to several
liamn tribes, and remcttly to Obe eminent
armacet'edeal chenists. are altogether un
own to -.e ignorant pretender to medical
ence; and were never bwfore ndmiinistered
sohapily eficarious a comibination.
Tirat peiation is to loosen from the coats
the tomach and bowels, the various impu.
i and crudities cowstantly sittliig aronic
m: amid to remomve the hariened famseswhich
flect in the convonlatios ofthme~smnllintestin"e.
her medicines only partially cleanse these;
leave such collected masses behind 6s to
oduce habitual co.sivenems with all its traiti
evils. or suddex diarrhien. with its imimienll
gers. The nct is well kimown to all regulaw
latomists. who eXamiine the hutmimani howel
,er dp th; and hence the prejmmdice of iese
elI -tformd men agains th-- mumnck medicii
.ai ag. *4w secom effiect of tIme VEG E
MILE l.IFE PILLS is to cleiase the kid.
vs and tie bladder. and b this iemeanis the
er and the lungs te healtl'ifi action of which
tirely depends poi the regularity or the
imary organs. hrie blood. whici take. itm
i coor from bhe magency of the Iiver and thc
ebefore it passes into the heart. bin:: thou
rtr:Gd by them.-tnd1 nourishedl by food comi
g fromm a'cleani tomiachm. eminrses freely thmronmth
,veins. remne w. ever., pairt uef1thesy mtemi. and~
ump~hat mounmmts time banner of health ini
Tbe followinug are amtong time dimstreaiing va'
gy of hit e an diseases, to whmich the Ve'gmta'
aLife Pills are well knmownm to he infallible:
DYSPEPSlA. by tuoroughmly cleansing thei
at and second stonsachis. and crea:img a flov
iure healthmy bile. mintead mf the stale sad
rid kind :-Fltlecy. Palpttion of the
wrt. Less of Appetute. Iltatburn and Elend
hs, Retlesscess. lu4emper. Auxiy L-angom
4 Nesarcsty. iiich are time genieral symp
as of ttyspeg)sia, will vanish, as a mntutia
nsquence of s cure. Coinstices, by cleans
rthe whole length of the intestines with
at proems, anid without violence: all viin
aturges lee'ves the bowels costive withmir
toyDIisrrh7a mand Chotera. by remmovinat
esharp acrid dush y whmich thmese comimplainit:
ccesoned, ad by promotintg thme lubrica
o searaons of the mucous umetmbauc. Fe
rs of uP hieds. by mestos min heilood to
ular iinulanton through the proccss of per
arations in some cas.. amid the thiromugh solu
m of all intestinal obstructions in others.
he Life Medicines have been known to curn
bwmats prmanently in three weeks, anm
osat ini half tetimue, by removing local inflam
atiomn from the muscles and kgaenents of the
iati. Drepiis qf elu kias, by freeing no
regtheninig the kidmneys and bladder; thej~
mate most de htfully on those imvportanftor
ins. andm hence hae ever been imiund a cer
i remedy for thme wiorst cases of Grant1 Ales
'orms. by dislodging from the turnings of thu
awehim the slimy matter in which these crea
as ad here : stkuna ad Coanuptioni. by ra
invitng the airneesels of the inmngs fronm the mu
is, wh'ich ouen slight colds will occasion
lh if not removed becomes hardened. ais
roduces those dreadful diseses. Scarrey, &M
'rs. and Irdeerni Sores by the pierfect paurst;
ci the Lire Pills give to time blood. and a
htnots: S&mr~gi Ervptioas and Bad cea
dise by their A~satie effect uipon th
jistot rvery shortbtme, wi
effect an etire core of salt Rtmeu, EryPue.S,
and a striking improvement m tie Clearness of
Ac Aan. Cassamow Colds "ad Inflhwe4, will
always be cured by amo dos, or bly two, even
in the worst cases. Piles,-as a remedy for
Ohis suost distresSg aid obstinate malady, the
Y Vegetabie Lie t'iIls deserve s dstanct and cm
s plasst racumueudatom,. It is %ell knuowam to
- bundreds in th:s cty, that the ori:inator of
I these valuable Pills was hmself aflicted witi
- this complaint for upwards of thrrtire years
f aid that tie tried in vain every remedy prescd
I bed within the whole coupaLs ol'the diateri
Medica. Ile however,at lengdt. Ired ie die
I dicine which he now outers to the jeubbc. ansd
he was cured sin a very r.mrt ine, afier hs re
covery had beeu prououm,ced nt outy umproba
I ble. but absoluteiy muostible, by any human
All that Mr. 11offat reguares of his patients
a to be pariicular n inking Use Life .ledicines
I strictly accordimg to the directions. itis aot by
- a newspap,-r notice, or by any thing that he
1 Immeselmav say Im their lnmir, tamill hope logain
credit. It'i a toise by the results of a fair trial.
Adrice to females.-Fenales who value good
hea.ti aimuld never be wihlimut lie Late hiedi.
cir-s an Ue pqely the blood,reoe jLsmuc.
lions, and g'me the skin a beattstescldar, Ieal
thy, and bimeommg appearace.
To Parents erad ousers.- 'ersons of a pletho
ric habml, who are sibject to fits, headache, gid.
dinesm, diunews of Psigit. or drowsines, irom
too great I Ilow of blood toi the head. should
take it frequently. Chiklien. and persons of
all ages, may take tham at any time, as they do
not contin mercury. or any mogiedient that o.
quires consfinieme.LortsmrActiou of diet.
To Elderly Persms.---31any healthy aged in.
dividuals. who know the -alne of 3aolt's Life
31edicines. amake it a rule to take them two or
three times a week, by which they remoeve the
causes that prodnce disease, preserve dteir
health. an keep off the intirmmities ofage.
Ieadsof ramilies abould always keep a quan.
tity of the Life Mediciees in the house, a a rem.
edv ill cames of sudden illness; for by their
pro-mpt admmistration, Chulera ."lorbus, Gout
in the stomaich, Cramp. Spasms, Fevers, aind
other nalaamiog coimplaints, which too olien
prove fatal. may bespeedily cured orprevented.
Facts for MAohers and Nres.-It is a fact
established by the annual bills of mortality, that
one half of dhe children born are cut off before
attaining seven years of age, nod the fruitful
souice oif this mortality is found to exist in diat
foul mtate of the stomach and bowels which pro.
ducem the gemneration of Worms. As the safe
restorer of lufantine Healh,in thiscaitical state,
the Life 3ledicines leave longiheld a distinguish
ed reputation; and for foulness of the stomach
R SWAYN E-Dear Sir:-Permit
Deli to take the liberty of writing to
you at this time to expressmy approbation,
and to recon,mend to the attention of heads
ofianmilics and others your invaluable medi
cine-the Cmponud Syrup of Prdous Vir
giniana. or Wild Cherry Bark. In my
travels uf late I have seen in many instan
ces the wonderful effects of your nmedicime
in relieving children of veryobstinate coi
plaints, seh as Couhmig, % heezing
Choaking of 1Phlegmn, Asthtnhtic attacks.
&c. &e. I should not have written this
letter, however, at present, although I have
felt it my duty to add my testimomny to it
for sone titne. had it not been for a late in
ItMance where the medicite above alluded
to was mitrumential. in restmg to perlect
health the "only child," whuse case %%as
ailmosut hlpeless, in a famtitily of acquaina
tance. " ibank Haven,"said the doating
mother, ",my' child i saved frun the jaw"
of death! b how 1I feared the relentless
rava;;er! Bmit my chiild i-a sde ! ii safe!!
lIe'sondl alt donm [Dr. Swmytes cunm
pond'yrup of Wuldl Cherry is the~ most
y aluuhile tmedicinme in this or ally otherconu
try. I atm certainm i have wiatnessed omore
thanm one hundlmredi rcae where~ it hias btten
attendued with comiplete success. I amn
usinig it miyself in anm ob-tinate attack of
Bronichilis, to) nh ichm it paruvedl ellectuzal in
an execediungly shor t titu.e. conidei~lring time
severity of'time case. I cain recommend it
iln the "fuilest confidence oafits snperior vir
tues; 1 "011ld advise thaita namily should
be without it ; it is very pleasant and al
ways beneticial--wth double and allen
ten timeis its parice. The Pmohec are assu
red there is r.u quackery ablout it.
R. JACKSON, D. D.
Formerly Pastor of the First Presbyteri
an Church New York.
IFor sale by Dr. Swayno at 5-I North sixth
at. Phiaadel p in,. and iby
S D. U L A RKIE& Co. Druggetsl.
Cornaer Centre aind 31lercer stret-cs, H am
h urg 8. C.
imrch 9 if 6
P EA L ER, dargeon Detast, wvouki
Jo respectfully inform his friends, and the
ptubiic generally, that he is prepared to attend
I n all htusiness in his profession. suchi as Filing.
Plngging, Cleansing, and Extracting TEET H
.le is also prepared to Insert, p artiat em ul
.set of incorruptible Teeth, oma Pivots, or Gokti
Plate. on the most scientitlce principles.
Those desirous ol his professiontal services,
will be waited otn by addressing him at Lang
-mires P. 0., Edgefield Ditict, ti. C.
.Jan5 tf 49
iBrosUrkt to the Jai
. F this District, a negro muan who asya his
,Fnamm a Joseph, andi that he belongs te
SJohnm Perimson. of .3lackies Island, S C., 01
.lighi comupleion, largo whiskers from car tc
c ar.5 feet 6minches hingh.
f The owner is requested to come forward,
.prove property pay chargesm and take him away.
C is GOOnrA N . E..
ML -y persons have be
cam'sf impteovitment of their
stsck this pm pose have par
chased ght from Kentucky
pa; it may subserve the
intest to give the history of
aca i *W vtdiriy own obeerva
ti.on; e Wellaoowts, dat Cows
bienght . am preternaturally lia
ble to reeseofacclitmation and
near one the course of Ax months
afhr they af t here. Amoag many
otherl, some four moa#hs ago, a
Durhaarf tinued in apparent good
tealth until ebnrqary. when the
dmmep-d , 1y rapidly : the symp
tutms ihi.N .. ofappettle. fever. in- I
activenesi, ut to ove, bit remaining in I
one pliae- whole day. the eyes' very
dull; s"e 0 this state. gradually
wearing. dow ii'she became a hopeless
casabout this of the diease, I observe la
communicalia Col. I-inpton to Mr.
Trry, directi' t the horns he sawed off
near te head-., r thse stanction of such an
thsority I to have ie- operation per
forned; the the operatio was of de
cided sueceso leeding from the horns wa.
very copious, med to relieve that dull
ness about the instantly . I esteem it ins
portant afler. 'g is stopped. to bind
cloths, p h tar. arisund the sinnp, as
a protetion the flies. In the above ease
the head W ineutly alfected. and the
bleeding and' quenit supgeration rrowu ie
=swl .Wer non curmug my Cow.and
[ treiommend it to the atten
tion of thoi be interested.
.. 0. NICHOLSON.
the Plough B1J.
Ma. Entro the East lndia experiment
in relatio to , should prove ia splendid
failure, and t to be the greate.t humbug
:of thm agethe for curtailing our po
duction, thna so cogent, stll addriss
themelv Ia force. to every plant .r.
who deires te his profession establistcd
upon a sOld We wall not stop to isnquire.
whether the ts for or aguinst the pro
bahilityorfits preporaderate: nor do we
egard it i. much iimportance to the
Cotton . this coutient. to go into
abstract it about the capacity of the
East to a ately out of the European
narket; our is to treat the iubject as
though thr s ss of the erperiment were
laced beyond the pOssibility ofa doubt.
. - - - - 6.6.7 5511W M.1i5St3
br the whole; it follows that one-half their
captai fnd lahor employed in the prodnction
ot Cotton, is west improvidenly tlsrown away.
fow conid it be prritably invssted I In the
first place, in reclaiing exhausted latids, and
making substantial improveniotts.-Secoudly.
in raising every horse. nuale, hog, cow and
sheep. necessary for the utioust coinfort of tIhe
planter. These saggestisvin. are so coitmoun
plae, that a stranger tothe ruinious systein here
ofore practiceod in the Cutton region. would be
apt to discredit any evideove but that of his own
Penwes. going to prove that any people upon the
fee of the ahe, could neglect sneh cardinal
virtues in the wild pursuit ot'filthy lucre. lt
the catalogue is not yet .-onpl'ete. lesides
being dependait on Kentuckv anl Tenne*see.
for a large proportion otf th;s stock ut-ed and
onsmed. we are tributiry to North Carolina
ur htstter. apples mad rabhages; to Virgitia fo
tubaccot to the New England States for h"ses
at4, negro clotis, butter. cheese. Irish pota
Ie. pickled beef and psark: to New% York.
ennylvania.Maryland. asid Voirginia for fl.ur.
In this enumeration I ha e purposely mession
d th1oe1 articles only, -%blch may as A ell be
raised in the Cottotn regioin, as its the States re
pectively. rrooa which they~ nre brought ta' its;
td it will be recollected, that for every article
purhased from the four first mnaed States, we
pa&Y caSh instead et ptroduce ins exchiatnge; antd
tht the amneut fo thessri produee chansssumed
by the nosrih, is nothsing like an equtivalenit tor
th asmount of northern produce and muanut'ac
tur-s co~nsumed~ at the ..oiutht.
itt the capital to be diverted from the prn
duction al Cotton; nia be pronitably inavested
in variotus othser ways. Should Cotton take the
place of h~emp; in tho manisfacture- ofthagging,.
ope, &c- the utmnber of factories should he
icreasd The 1banter may devoste a portion
ia his skill and cqpital to making Silk. Our
soil and climate tre admirably suited to the
proucton f~ngoand it is the opision of
tnecletwratt It 0ne of our sister 8tates
that it mtight bie ptrnttably cultivated. More
might he said ap~ thot branteh of the stl'jec:,
but let ui55see w would be the effect ot the
cors stiggested, spoi the ultimate prosperity
of the country. itwouldl maes anmepn
Ident people, by browing us on 0ur OWnt re
sorce, weusald f'orm habits of economy.
Iwhich wioiuld soonfree us froim debt, anid cure
'the propensity forwild ands reckle'ss specula
tion. by withdrawntg thse facilities and tettpta
ous to its indulgdece-a prop~ensiy more dan:
1gerous to the pro5siersty if theo country. nnd one
wich haa alreadyieen teorS destructitre to its
best interets, tharail other ealamitse-s beides.
It is nO: estravagul to sy, timai the uunparallel
led enasrasstmet and distra-sa, which the
coutry isg gontt linder. are wholly attribute
able to it; ftdr althumgh tither Catties operated
to predue the casinitotis resultat compi~lainted
of,yet they were adiharies. The expansson of
Batk isnues las hen one of those auxiliaries,
and not the soLe iucgement to speculation If
the r-emedy whiehi have prcoposed be apphed
wth any reasonn itipe of success, it must
be apld toall ts to the Banks asuwell
as th peoPle;iad the effect will bo to givo
us a sound eurenp-to ake economy a car
dalvirtue-to nke 0 tindependent of all
forin suppliesithose commodities which
weca prodneo ocaelves.and for the purchase
of which we haveseen compelled to pay mo
ney, instead ofan isalent mn our staple pro
ductions. tu shot tr will enable us to avail
ourselves of the beefits of our position, which
beens av htbtoben ocetd y'
mister States. Maintainingas we should the el
.ellent doctrine ot free trade, ,.a should en
:ourage it, ntily on its true principles, those of
reciprocal burtiens and benefits; otherwise, we
shall cuuta..ue to be bewers oftwood and draw
irs of water, to a pampered monied uristocra
-y, instead of being a people, proud of our in
aututions. our Otils, ot ducks, our firesides,
ind out mliks, auti notii) aspiug to an imper
sabebia nassn among tim nations ot the earth.
Prom th Plough o.1.
RltsPrcrZD LDzrui.-Uwing to some tin*
tremeeu circuwstan.:es, I was thrown upon
be stage of tlc at a very eAiy age, to scratch
or mselt, or to use a very counuon phrase.
- to ruot pig or die." Having maturely consi
Jered the means which are current among the
presentgeneraiiou, tr the acquisition ofwealth,
I can sind nonse so honorable, none so prolita
ile, and none so highly a spreciated as Agricul'
ure- wh:ch ts justly styled by th-- learned tiller,
- the i,'ring o1 p)pulation.'' Yes, it is the mait
les er a the great machinery of business. Let
It becote clogged with the efiluvia of idlenes",
md indolence, then the whole machine like
he dioordered system ofa debilitated body, falls
cc wreck. Sir. I do not widh to Culg ize agri
itultre. because its merits are so wel known,
hat all encomium,; would diminish its value.
Would to God that sone o the generous sonm
f Carolina, would abandon tieir garnes tit
:ard, and other mode. of gamboling. and turn
heir attention to agriculture; we might then
szpect to see this lovely Eden of modern date,
idoined and beautified with fiuit. both plksait
a the sight and to the tate. By industry we
night catae onr dear native Carolina, to vie
with Chint, the hive of piopulation, inl the lux.
triance of its prodictions. and with the long
elebrated valley of thd Nile in fertility. We
een to be the chosen people of God. we live in
i country blest with a moderate climnate, and
ith a fertile soil, happily adapted to the nur
'ring the productions, both of the teinperAte
nd torrid zone. It is true, during dreary win
er, our hippy land is swept over by the chilly
Last of the pinching Aquiln; yet. he does nt
ome with all that austerity vith which he
weeps over the land of our brother Yankees.
Jot when hated winter has taken its exit, and
he gentle gales of the mild zephvrs begin to
nastle, when the earth begins to be esivered
vih her verdant carpet. and the forest to be
lothed with its green foliage; when our fea
hered songsters Egin to pour forth their very
oul.cheerng notes; then, indeed, is it that we
an realize true pleasure. And now in con
lusion, brother rmiers. let us send up otir
irvent ejaculations, that God may "speed the
llough.' Nature in. the plentitnde ofher bless
Mr. Editor,-I nving pursuaded my
elf that the practice of horing the horns
ind applying spirits of turpentine, &c. in
lie disease called horn-ail, which is so very
prevalent in America, is entirely wrong
i principle, and has the most pernicious
:onsequences in practice. I deem it not
mproper to iecomumend, by hie ttius of
four valuatili periodical, a system of cure
v which, during a long veteriflary .ptac
ace, both in France and In Philadelphia,
'ew York and Hlatrisburg, I hd'e b-en
uccessful in tbost cases: whilo by the
-omnion way of proceeding no arnimal is
tated, sotte either not having beet attack
d liv that disease, or getting curcd by tna
This disease is also called tho "red Wa
er," or blood in oho back or loin-, and ari
os principally from exttle being at grass
luring the summer on lots whicl are vcr%
!ry and without slade. and from their le
tie ex~posed' to ecCesive heat of the sun
itt- to great cold ini the winter time; thero
tro v'ariious other casusmes, as muoory pas
ures, tmiist weatcher, &c. tt til which
aatle in ihis runantry are generatlly exposedl;
'our and mouly h:iy, :he exclusive feed
ng on crrn-stalks, nlso contributes a good
leel to this disorder.
As thais diseaso is of an inflammatory
:baracter, the applicat ion uof pirits of tur
rnrnine and thu like, which produer inflam
ntation, is etndrt-ly wrong. IBoring the
'orns is at most curing syinploans and not
he diseuse. I recommend to every owner
if enttlo tho following modo of cure, tried
by meca good many timtes with streess:
Whten the animal is observed to be suf
eringe from this disordler, twto or two quarts
af bloodl, accorditng to the size of the ani
mal, are to be drawn immediately fronm a
'eck vein; the-n t wo ta ble-spoousful of the
ollowitng powder arc to be given three
mae srvr diy, the~ powder beinug previ
inusly dissolve-d in a pint of hutukewarmn
watet.r; this te be continued util the ani
Glatuber salt, ounces.
Crcama of tart ar, 2 "
Powde'red root of alha:, Ij
It is necess:dry benides, to rub the animal
Frequentig~ during the dlisease, principally
ib the back. But if the animal should be
'ostive, either of the following clysters Is
to he given:
Take a handful of eamnoinile flower.,
two bandsful or laix seed; boil them in two
guarts of water, strain them, and add
tight oncees of linseed oil and three table
poonsful of common salt. This elyster
is to be applied by means of a syringe.
Should these articles not be at hantd,
lake one quart of wheat bran, poor two
quarts of hoihinmg water on it, strain, and
add eight onces of flax seed oil and two
uncs of common salt, This clyster is to
bc lukewarm whlen ap ecd to tho rectum
or straight gut, by the means of a syringe
or a fit-runnel.
Harrisburg, fd 6, 184.
What a.,ity is there between this
"horn-ail" and the well known distemper
to which all foreign cattle are subject in
our region? The symptoms are very aimi
lar, abd we believe the causes assigned
for the one frequently produce the other.
The recipe is worth a trial, especially as
we khow no other that can be recommen
From te Cdtirator.
CULTURE o MUSTARD.
Messrs. Gaylord and Tucker-Permit
me to call thec attention of farmers to the
cultivation of mustard seed. I believe it is
not generally known how large a quanti
ty of this seed is annually consumed. It is
imported from Holland and the moresoth
ern parts of Eutope. and sold in our atlan
tic markets at from three to four dollars
per bushel, It is also raised in England
awl manufactured fur the table, in which
state it it exported to this country in large
quantities. I believe that farmers who
have soils suited to the growth of this seed
will find it much more profitable than any
other crop. It requires a rich, clean,
moist soil; should be sowed about the
time of other spring grains. Four quarts
of brown seed will stock an acre sown
broad-cast. It is sometimes sown in drills
and hand hoed. It usually ripens quite.
uneven, and should be cut when it issuffi
ciently green to prevent waste by shelling.
and stacked upon canvass, the top being
thatched with straw t) porteet it from the
weather. It should remain in this situa
tion till it is thorotghly cured. By this
trent nent, the unripe seeds will be sufli
ciently nourished by the stalk to rende
themt plump and sound. It should be
threshed upon canvas-, as there would be
consitterable waste by removing it to a
thtrshing goor. Particufar pains should
he taken in cleaning tho sted. It will
ordinarily yield from cen to twenty bush
es pr acre. Several individuals in the
own of Denmark, Lewis county, New
York, raised small patches last season
which yielded at the rate of twenty bush
sk ner acre. lessrs. French & Davis,
TO SAKE nr.Ns LA Y ParIET UALLT,
Eds. Culdtivator.-l never allow cocks
to run with my hens, except when I wank
to raise chickens. Hens will lay eggs per
petually, iftrcated in the rullowing manner.
Keep no roosters ; give the heusfresh meat
chopped fine like sausage-meat, once a
day, a very small portion. say half an
ounce a day to each hen during winter,
or trorti the timo insects disappear in the
fall, till they apiar again in the spring.
Never allow any eggs to remain in the nest,
for what Is called nest eggs. When the
roosters do not run *iih tht hens, and no
nest eggs are left in the nest, the hens will
not cease layin; after the production of
twelve o fifteen eggs, as they always dd
wfhen roosters and tinet eggs are allowed;
bit continue laying perpetually. Aly hens
alwayi lay all wiuter, and each from sev
c.1t. ly-ivc to one huntdred eggs in succession.
There heing nothing to excite the animal
p they hever attcmpt to set. If
te abovo jlan were geterally followed,
eggs w~ould bec just as plenty in winter as itn
I utnimer, T1he only reason why hens do
noat lay In wirter as freely as summer, is
the want of unimsal food, which they get
in sumfeer in abundance in the form of
insects. The reason they isop laying and
go to setting, after laying a brood of eggs.
is the continual excitentent of the animal
passions by the males. I have for several
winters reduced my theory to practice, and
proved its entire correctness. It must be
observed that the~ presence of the male is
not necessary for the production of eggs,
as they are farmed whether- tbe male be
present or riot. Of cotirso such eggs will
flat produce chickens. W~hen chickens are
wadred, the roosters rmust of course run
with tho hens. D.
Price of Blooded Caple in England.--.
In looking over a late English paper, we
noticed a statement of the prices at which
a fine herd or Heisnford cattle were sold oti
15th October last, and the price although
lower, as It *trikes uts, than those that have
been paid In this country for Durhams,
were nevertheless liberal. The cows vary
ing fro~m 4 to 10 years old sold at from4
to ?S0 stg. and one F'ood Pigeon of'
yearsold for ?150. The bulls sold fot
from 70 to ?206.
The averago for 10G animals tids about
,?54, or $70.
Necensity of Attention.-Io farming, as
tn every other business attention and strict
superintendante by the principal, are
essentisi to success. No matter bow good
the manager may be, it is absolutely neesa
sary that hia. empiloyer should look close
to his own interest. and see that the labor
an the fardta ii conducted with fidelity and
care, for there is no truth more incotre m
tible. than that neglect on his part,"
contgutons' nature, wiltl
on 156 art oftb#