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VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS AND
ORIGIN OF THE LIFE IEDICINES.
T HE reader may ;lot perhaps he aware
that the origim of Motl':i' Lifi- Medecines
was the result of a protracted ami 'iful ill
nessoftheiroriginater. ir John 31o at When
taken ill.-Mr M. wa-s a promperous and flour
ishing merchant it, the lower part of the city or
NewYork; and baving consalte-dand employed
a number of our most skilful phymsiciants. he.
after months or sutieriIg. waV4 teresailed upon
Surchase the recipe of the invaluable vege
tablepreparaton now offered to the public.
The efect of the Lire Medicisma in him own
case was so singular and remarkable. that he
immediately deteranined to offer to the wurll a
med:ciaie t-, which lie not iumulv nwed his life
but his happimess. The uniform ,-ccexs .% hich
his since attended their admuinistrntion in c e
ry instance. where a fair trial has been givrn
them. has been auested by thousands. and in
coateutibly proves their intrinsic merit.
-Ta Las Mwotc~issGaxum.L R csaxz
ing the springsand channelsof life. ind ending
them with renewed tone and vigir. and to tie
undoubted fact that at a very early period in
1 their histoly they had ruescued sufferer- from
the .vey ve-ige of an untimely grave, after all
the deceptive sinotruios of tie day, prescrihed
by phiesciand. had utterly faile,, in which el
ses thy al >ermnntiitly secured that inifirm
enjoyment oui health, without whili life ite-if
is but a partial bleaimng. So crrat indle-ed hid
their ellicacy inivariably proved. that it was
scarcely less than iunraIculon tin those n% ho were
unacqluassitcel with the beautifily philosgophi
cal principles u pon which they welecomp.ouind
ed. and upon which they conlim-qtently act
THE PIIIENIX ilEltrits ;,.e so called.
because they pio*es the powe-r of re-tering the
expiring embers of heahlh. to a glowinz vigor
thionghout the co-i4tuton. as ilie Plamnix as
said to he restered t lifZ from u.e a-hoe of its
own dissolutnim Tire- PIeh ix tSitters are on
tirely vegetable. compoftwd ot ri-o-t- uinine in
certain part. of the western couumry. whicha wall
infallibly cure FEVERS AND AG~Ui.:4 eaf all
inds; 'vill never fail to eradicate entirely all
the effect of Mercury. infinitely sooner than the
most powerful preparaions .f Sar-laparilla,
and will immediately cure the deteriimitien ot
BLOOD TO THE HEAD; never fail in the
sichuess isciden to youpng fema.rs; and wil I be r
found a certain reunedy in all ene--u of rrrons
debility and twrakness mf the mnet imnpained etni
stitutions. As a remedy for Chronic and In
flesmatory Rhcumatism, thc e-llicacyv ef the
Phensx Bitters will be demonstrated by theuse o
of a single bottle.
The proprittr rejoices in thme opportunity af
forded by dlie dill'asson of thet pres., for placinag .
his VEGETABLE LIFE ilELiltNES with
in the knowledge and re-ach ofe-very indai idual
in the community- Unlike- the .heot or perni
cious quackeries. nhich boast of se-ge-table in- I
gredie-nt, the Lire Pill-m-are purely and eSOr~Lv I
vsGnArSr., and contain neithaer de~ercurv,. An.
tinmony, Arsenic, nor ainy other aineral.'mn any
fortn whatever. They an- entirely conip, ed
of extracts from rare and power'ful plants. the
virtues of whiche, thougle long known io severul
Indian tribes, and recentily to i-Ome. eminent
pharmaceutical c-henmists, are altogethe-r tin
kcnown to the ignoraint pretender to medical
science: and were never before ndministeied
in so hapipily -tlicacious a comibinatiuon. -
-The tn-st upelamion is to loo-cen tromt the coats
of the stomuaich and bowels, the iarieous imnpu- I
rities and crudaties ensa:anily seithn;ig:m ammim.
them; amid tom remove the hairdened lare which
collect in the conviolutionms of the smal Iititestnes.
Other- medicine, only pa~rtially cleanie thie;
uand eesuch collected matssee bebomd .:i iio
C- - ~Costiveuness, with sill iits tiuns
dliirrhatsa, with itp imnuinent
well known to all tcyniar
*-the hutiman lboweld
*~ -prejodice of taesme
Ui quack meaudiciines
of thes VEGE
-eense the kid
efand the I
The Wonderfl Cures
DR. SWAY.\E's, CO -POUND SY
IRPOF I1RUNUS VIRiNIANA,
OR WILD Ulm11RillY.
('eINt NA.TTI. -vlrnayf 15. 1640.
D It. - WA AL\-Dear Sir :-V'rmit
w. ts vae ime liberty ol writing to
y man at (ha, timme to ex press. may apiprotinto,
nlot :im recion meid t ah ai te .itmu of heads
oian*l.i. i lu.' anmid Uth1 e a anyour mIV I;yhble medi
eite-he Camiand S rmupol Prunus Vir
immana. or Wild Cherry Bark. In my
to.vel-. of hte I leave -sen inma niv initan
a 1 lhr n% odtii rful eIf of - ou - II mmr wIdaa'1ici e
ill relie'viig cildIren ofl very otastinat com
1laa11ints, shli ai.' hi, 4a neeziug
'hoakin;g od Phlegim. Atlimaie attchak,
&c. &I. I -limhld mit have n rittem this
letter, awel *r.:t preeit aldhou;:h I have
Itit nrt% oae iosi~n oi
Ihar some' mn,', h.a it nl t i' r a Iate in
%tWlIur n% here Ihe intmiin-io .,stiove allided
to wati 1 11e1 a it mmlal. III re:. oi;; (41 perlect
l1ad.hi1 (i. -.11t1) cihtif." whoww e.e n%.s
al :.0,,- hopA. v, i a famnily of* nequ.tiu
S'ae. ' I--l hank It avea,"Naid bhe dotin;;
nm .-#r. -im\ child I, satved from the jaws
(of 0ath ! I how I feiared the relentleni
-aga;;er ! llt miy child i4 safe! i-1 safe!!
15ieond all doubt Dr. Swayne's com.
pond Syrup of Wid Cherry is ihe' most
valumlei* taiedi. Ilie in his oIr any lot her cnu l
try. I am certain I have wittiessed more
than aro. huwired cases n% here it has been
attended wi.ith ciompletu success. I amn
u-,im ii my.elf in an oh,tiuate atack of
Ilrouchii!,, it n% hich it proved etTectuili in
,mll etxceediyiy shurt fill C, Considering the
severity oflthe case. I can recemtuend it
in the fullest confidence ofits superior vir
tues; I w ould advise that no lamily should
be without it; it i-a very pleasant and al
ways beneficial-worth double and often
ten times its price. The Public are assu
red there is ro quackery about it.
R. JACKSON, D. D.
Formerly Pastor ofthe First Presbyteri
an Church New York.
Foresaleby Dr. Swayne at 54 North siith
at. i'hmiIaripii. inda lby
S 1). C. 11 R K E & Co. Drugits.
('orncr Ceture ad .iercur streets, flat
-ir, S. C.
march 9 if G
By wIt.t.IMt CIt.AM InnV T. r
I had a dream-a traiage wild ireati- . I
Said a dtar voice lat early light;
d even yet it$, 4Idmoow" sea'ar.
To linger inm my waking slight.
Eartlh. green with Spring. and fresh wvith dew.
Anl ii::ht wIth morn. iefiore mo rtoold;
\id air.- jim.' wakenied 9-l1Y blew
S)in the y onn; blosom, of te wood.
lird., ".n! within tie' :protttin- Phade.
If. a. hmmedilli amida i 'th n hi-je. in g :',
\nal cladr.-i jr.mtmed 4as tIaaV pla' dIl t
lie..alei time rm'a -it:a'-a dlomiph g gla.
Fat cmhimd the i'm-the flowert were floin:
Thea mayd no childrein ms the glees
ar -me were ::o. aimd some were row am
Tro bliozmiinig darnesa -ind besaded imen.
T was.a mnti. 't was Sunmner-l iehoild
W.id.i dirkeiimng in tie lm-i am div.
\tnd that bri:l:t r Iaslet pra a nt .211d -welied. I
A tighty -traum, na ith: craeek amid bay.
\ndi here waaa. tive'.nnmd timere' wa. strif'e,
A~ nd nomrthmtni --humts. ad wml''raitft c'riesl,
\ndi .tronm, im. .'trm~uln am for fe',.
With kmnaztaedtmbsa anda ain'ry eyevs.
'aowat ,.?oppedi thei .imn--the --had' s grew'. thin:;
Time ruiattinC puml at aere piledt waith fraveL;
Xna4 aaiuin-art ::rnpia wer.' gathe'ring in, t
From thea sihormi tield, it.. froits anid shmeaves.
Thea rive r he'avedi with msulleamnmonds:;
Themi cihtly waiami was'ad wtu aith mioani.:
Biac'k hie nr,e. aa ..d. nnda tairi gmeaundia
G;rew thick nth mo, nuaumactd stonemsz.
Sitl w'a mned thme day : the wiind that chased
TIhme jagted cli' hh-w mt'a chiller ye't:
1Thea waaodm-neaarm '.tripped. thmefieads we'i.re waste; I
Thei waitry simm w 'ere near its aet.
Atnd ofthe vonneam, and strong. nutid fur,
A lea , re'iimt, gray anJl weak,
L.im~a'red andl shieredl to the' iir
itthmat !hiak ahora anmd water bleak.
Ah! niae i~ dre'ar. and dleathm is cold!
I tuirneda ta. thier. for thman wet nehr,
And aw the wiihaera d. hoawe'd amnd alda
Anmd woke. alt tfait with suddenm ear.
'T was thmus I heard time dreamer nay,1
Anda hade hem clear her clonaded brow;
-For thai -mid 1, e'ince clhiihod-s day, i
Hiavae walaked in such a dream till noUw.
X Watch we~ its sahadow's as they fly,
\nid wait thme mommnm thatf tomamut break.
Anda mas'mk, wimlh cabin. undreading eye.
Thme visiomn's manwmig, tilt wit wake."a
From the Y'orkville' Compiler.
Ofthme C'ormstie ont Erperimenrts of the
York District 4krmcultural Society, read|
and adopted at the mneeting4 of tihe 8th
Youmr Caommititee coul not approach
kmsbint of their nrocia duties. withont
anld MeicAdy, which are t!c peteral Pymp
toinllee Ily-pepsin. wal diataish. a' a Int anal
c.sAequence of its ctret osarenacss. by clean
iag ila wihoale letngth fi the mitestines n ilt a
0olet prceea. anld witoluitt violeuce': till Vs.
lent ptirgrs le.iven tse ho&we'l, cwoltve nolithin
two days. Diarrtra and Chaltra. ly ren ..it;
the sithaurp acri eatids ly n hic tese coemp aieets
are occapion--d ated h ;v pronemi :: te. lubrieni
tive eretieoe olf te' tnaio'..cie: wintiiae e. eF
rers of all kinds. by e-simt m. ie,' i lIoed it. .,
reular cirenate.-n throu gh to rc-- ofler
spranteo in smonwi. c.e.te..el t4 Usle 1thotn. b, 41oI
tain ofall iat'emnal obstruction. fin other" -
The Life Meldicine., Wave been knewt to curoe
esnatm pem uanently lin three weeks. uinel
Ged in half the time. h remnovin: iwal iflam.
miaijoti oan ih ' he musec'.e cund liranetti.s clt the
joints. Drupsics of aeU kinds. by treettg atnd
aitreingthenting the kidnaeyo and bladlder: theqy
operate moet de'lightfiiy on, thweee atimporttantor.
gan-, aini hence hatie et e beeI t6el a ce'r
taim remedy fur lie woist casees tal Gracd Ai.<a
ll'oroms. by dislejd.in.: frot the tiiraisti oil Iie
bowecla lite- .iw matter inl %% hsich tie.-e ca
hire- adhere: Ashmna and ousamplwa. by le-I
lieeving the air ve"'el.s cl thee luiga 11 e A teil
Coe. niae.h e. tven slglt. 'oldg will eccasion.
i laich if iet re'moe ed iecomes h~ardenead and
pirtJncee thee. dre:adfiu. die.ea-en *curry. Ui.
ccrs aid lurdrrete .iorrs. b %:ie perlict pirdi
whiche iuste Lill id" ;;ive tn ile blesd ume. eli
the lis ,ors: scratiec Erouptiosand ud Cean
p iats. by their ali'rteaa't e eict uonic 'a
luid.s tlan lced tle st..:n. -le nerbil -in W:
winch. U'cc-eleeont, all Tupirec ragnIl.atasdo -il.
low, C-o/sly. and other due- raoiae 4m.piee lun.s.
Te tape too uiente I ili. Je. . en -1 . NJ ..e t n ai
elec an ettire cute of Sat IeruU, fl.rysrpetlas.
seed a 'itrkiag tuiproveuentt it tile Cletarnme~s Of
(At . ktn. Cnauwa- Colds and infuena. n i
ulway be a ured by ne dowe. or I.% two. reven
it the noret casca. l'des,-a a rettied) flor
ilna ei t divtreeseing aid obtitnate analidy. the
Vegetable Lifi l'olls deAerve a diaetct and miii
paic re commsendalion. It is wel! knowno to
tundreds its that, city, that the ri:.:inator of'
these % alnablb Pllp nwas himiieli allicted vi ith
thai complatut fur tpn ard o1 tofarly-fire years.
ut.. thai, lie trend in vaint ever% tematedy precr.
bed witnit the wheole contoL, of the .Mlaterta
.Medica. lie however, at length. tried tle .le.
diaci.o hich he i oliers it the public. anid
lie ncas cred inl a iery -i.rlit inne. afer his re
overy had beete pronoi:ce'd teit -nlt% iiprcha
!ae, but absolutely tmpossible, by aney human
All tiat .r. .ilofat requirea of hi" patientti
-> ec lose ncular tee t;kte: tie Life iledctsee
't. ctly acdeai to ie directentin It a noa Iy
ti a-g r .'e a twe, or, b% am) theiig theat le
etieltisay ny itr ivlicit ee r. tianopew to;;ain
:redit. It i ahoine by thi' reults of a fair trial.
Adcce to i emals.-Fenaies who valie eood
eaitih shotd ueves tbw without tiwo Llr- iMeda.
9t'~ra e..--e:,- e--c* - -''"
ons. utnd give the eken a beauteu. clear, heal
lev. and timmm. : l:-pparae , ce.
To Parents -rad t1hers .ier-ons ol a pie tho
ar heabit. % lo ase ..ie cm ms. ladache:. god
Ilse,. diane1-sm a .:;;t 0 dron sneee, trollt
00 ;:reat a fliw at il..t t.. It~e hec:ad. -leile
ale iit frequently. 4 tedrei. anet1 permions of
i a;es. m 07ay tal-m teat lia% time. an they di
tat contamlee tsierCm). or acey mredient that re
pitire4 co-,i nmeel. r a e-'trictiont of diet.
To Eldrly Persons -.%itan henity ag)ed in
hviduals. who knew the va.'lte (al .ilctfat', Liae
ledictines. take it a rile to take ihiem two or
ler-e tents a week, by which they a s'eive tle
ratses ithat preedniee diease,' preserve their
ealth. at kee'p ol' tie a teirmiti. , 01 age.
Heads f families ...huld alway s kee1 a quai
itv --I die Lif.- ilediettei tie hileeti-e. as a re'm
,d' in e't, o of euddet il.iess: for by their
iroempt adnmirtr.iot. Ch..lera .\1rbjus, Git
at tie aetoteich. (raep... Spiatms. I'. ve'rs. nnd
ther alarmin:: cumlaint.. which tow ofte'n
:te- fatl~. Jim %. peedil entred eir pre entted.
Facts for .lrIthrrs and .\irr.% -It a- a E.
stablitsted4 bay the l1nn1tie:I lee:Ill11i0 tn'ortahts . that
nte hali fl te' chibirente lacr. are - ee; celi Iwefare
ttaining .e'r en e a::e. o mil ielip ruitful
on'.cee fthe mttahit ct is rouid itc ext lit that
ai state o'f, theletmach mid hoetweei n% luch pro
ucct tile eetieritie , Worms. A, thel' safe
estorer ef inlatiie lle'alth. in thi, riitie'al state.
ie Life Meediines have lhen::, held a di-atigi.h
d reputatton: and fer foulntiss of the stomeach
ad botwel-..d con nileaoisui. although Worms
n t exat. it i-e allowed te be superior to
Feet sale by
C. A. 3MFIGS. Age~nt.
marc'h'' 23y v
J PE A LE R, Surgon ientrast, wymi
. reerpecfl'ely iifnor his frietnd', anud :hec
uetl grene'rallv. at he is pre'pared tea :ateend
. aell butiin'ees an hit proefcecioan. wtnch ase lFding.
'h' i::i. Cl'lejing, aeet F.itriactng TI. Ei .
he ine alsoe prepatred to ineteert. pmtetin at reiful
e'tts eef ien'e: rnptible T1'eeethi one 1'i ota. ear G
'lte tie the mitett cienatil'tce prienciple..
ieTi'e-- desirn af hise preafe--einnete eervie,e
cii l b waited on by adedressing hiem at Loang
nire. . O., Edgesicid is~trwt', 8. C.
Jan "5 if 49
BronahU to the Jail
" hF : eihi :t ii,t a eg're mim.nt who says hi
eaie. I mn e J ca4pht andee th-st lee Iawlaatg toa
(ahee Pe'rriessont. of 3 Sackie' a'iehe. S C.. of'
iht enmpljles ien. Iarge whaeker<c Irome ear to
lr.. fee lic' ie-chee highe.
Thae oewne' fi regntettedl a ome lorwc:crd.
ite air- t ryi plel cheai e, andac take limawy
.lan..5. hI'-42. Cl' 49
IN TIlb. CO ..0.\ PI.EAS.
J( 'r ke. Decluralion in t1Ittachment
WJ H- it F. AS the Plaintifl'in the ailmve slta
ted case.. Iha.. ?i dty filed hi' edeclarain
ainicst the lDetfndaiet. whoa. as abhent lrntn. tand
rtlihout them hlimit of'theisi State', as it isc said, hav
ag saitleer wif'e near uttkere . kinown wilthin the
arng, on whom a copy eflth'te declrartion with a
ie t, pien'd thereto. e::thc be srve'd: O rder
-a~ he Defendant plead to 'hate sad declara
itidn ayear iud: a dayr. (rmthe date
eec Scllincmi aubs'olut 'dgment
d ~ibisi him. 4
PO(.PPE~c. c. P.
offering a mnarks on the importance of
AgricuW pe'riteuts, and the proper
mods *.ng them.
Every act discovered, and every
disputedj in agriculture determined
by carefu accurate experibeut. is so
much con to the cause of truth
sid every Itutist who makes these
diseoveries ublishesthein tothe world,
is an bit a laborer inr the tiold of
science-a such is entitled to the
gratitude a teem of his fellow-men.
An opinioti ails among farmers that,
theconducI f experinentsis attended
with troube. expense-oud thai. w hen
miade, they ish no practical results.
Admitted, hey are troutblesotne-to
"i hose bend they accrue-hit. the
uno, who aIrinterestand takes pride
in the advan ntofhis proc.tin, fiuds
inthesee tpe nitsa worthy subject for
the eWrese natioual facalties, and,
that w bolhet ssfu I or not. they equally
werve the pu , fur which they were inst
tuted-the in ilation of truth-As to
their cxpensi 'ess, they are wit i neceS
szrily. let'the . conducted on a somall
scale. Ilis ore certain that a whole is
equal-o allits s, than th-t. whatcan le,
ine on a pa -an acre. may he done ou a
whole acre. certain qu-initity of corn
or wheat can uced on one tenth orf
an acre, it is Ily true, that tinder the
same cirenmstles ten tinicms as mfluclh
may be prad a a whole acre. Ifa 7
foreign plant c a tmade to grow succcs
rully on one 'y aqmare, it cau ceriainly
be made, undet to same circuimstances.
o flourish on if ater space. Tim grea
er the sum ofk wledge bought by at) im
lividual to the cution of any object.
lte greater the ance for success will be
-may he assu as an incnirovertible
aet. iis a pr eirplermnt conqpicuou-dv
rue, io its app tion to its agriculiurnl
iursuits. Our a observation warrants
Is in saying, th we would not inre cer
ainly look fur li I fromn th risint -un,
han for a'ere success to clown the
iBorisof the'A A urist, proportionate il
i knogled'e.7.'N hatever prejudires, un
ortiuatily for u-se - -ty exitt -a
-... ,e tneliiri himn-hi,
onstant aid daily operatiots are with ter
mportant truths-can ie fail to oherve
ier facts. tih's forever thrust upon him ?
ors mit familiarity % ith them induce him
a coml)pare thmem, ?-is it, he na~tiure ofinds
U -tfop here ?-dles it not eugerly ascend
grade higher. bounl into the investigition
f caui?, anetd effecIs and their immutable
iw,-in whtf e docs true theory ran
i. thn itn a correct observntion Ilf* fact
md their mutuaLelations, of eaisrs and
lif7IimII!hir laws-It was fr thi-s the
ittributis ot mind were given to 'nai by his
aid. ail their noblest exercise nid that
ii-t gratefo! to the Diety. is in the intves
igatitO or the lais or hiii creation. Iti
met.-ot what conisti iihe hNsted -'11
ience of our best Fariers. hut ofa system
, rules tor lractire. drawn lrnam racts .f
I' :md repentcedly oh.erved. There
either- s, nor cal h such a tlhi ai 91
Csstul piractice o0pmtel to enlt-I
beor -all excellen:-e in prartire ir. ha-Ied'
Sstunl id theor. It were tnot h m::ard tu
pecta bhtid man, ito extricate hiieil
ron sturr ,mu'ing pitfls tihan to Ink for
ucces I' tii- uperations tih di . hinkizig
egricuhtiV. Chlne 1n i'r it iffor
twhile. ,0 tlimatriy he mtitit fail--for
'ho Lmtny. . hieh gnvrt a::rjc lture aire as
iel an td mi' ariable :t, 1ho seof :t othter
cienice, ail conascqitiitI am in. w .ig of
hetm maivtIe attaiueh tby taccur.cte . p eri
nent4. .eupierior iltielct toe recogenize
ho-e lau w atnd greamt energty to practice
hemt, constitte the- dilThernce l':t ieenl
he succesuful and rtiniccessful fa~rmer.A
'hut the samte causegunder the samne cir
umsttanccs wuilt inv-Jriabtly produce the
atme effe.cts, is as irue as elsewhere-and
le conung tthieuriestwhichi prevail in aig
culture, are not the bonisequenctce of vari
tle lawus. but either J mclorrect ,h,ervu-.
on of lncia. or ioatte~iion to the various
ircumstances tinder ithiich they ap~per
ad thei, tbritgs us to ~consideraition of the
eset imode of nuictil our e xperimeni5.
feat, Lichit, Water, ,ir and the Eatrth,
re the pritncipmal niger~ts, which produce
he vairt'L, agriciuttura Pnemnmena, Ut
vhich we have any kciowtedge-, & hy re
teiuce ito them, those Jliscrepanicies uihtich
re olieni miatifest i oiir exlperienice, will
nd their solution. It is to a negligent
ihservatiuon. andl ite tnot noteig dhow n ol'
heir respuective degreegOf operaition, that
'o little certainty is established by our ex
erimens-andt cuse-qiluthy so little relhi
ince is felt cin their elliciency to establish.
ng truth. Tro arrive a certainty in Ag
icultural e prterots, is abaoluitely re
jusie thtii the I-per' titer should note
rarticularly the charae r of the soil-its
omponenit parta and a .nlgth--.the neces
itudes of the season, ether wet or diry,
olduor warm-the eff upoa the plant of
uvery pr~oes int the eu are-tie time of
>laiting~ and hdestinR and that the re
inusor piroduct be se l setie
iy mneasuremenittor We wil urh
'r obiserve that asing~le ritnenttneither
troves nior dispiroves y thing--repeti
:ions of every experim upon the same
mbject, to he coinducte' the same mtan
ier, the circumfstantcs tending and re
uis produced, to be ca ly noted, arc nec
cessary to furnish data. upon which to
found just reasoning and fromn which to
draw correct conclusions. Did the educa
tiou of Farmers concur with their peculiar
habits ofthinking. in enabling them to avail
themselves of the discoveries of science in
those departments. having a direct bear
ing on their profession. such as Geology,
Chemistry, Botany. Vegetable Physiology
&c. their labors might be much and pros
perously aided. It is to be hoped, howev
er, that the time is approaching, when ed
ucation now deemed indispensible to the
Professional man, will he considered not
lessi so for the agriculturisi-Geology and
Chemistry will then assist him in finding
out the nature of soils and the most suita
bec substances and best modes of enrich
ing and improving them-Botany and
Vectahble Physiology. in titiuolditig to him
the interesting libetnOinena ofthe vegetable
world, will teach him the nature, contruc
tion and h:h't of ditlerent plants and con
sequently ihose hest idapted to hik pecu
liar circum1,tances. Witliouti their ainis
tanre howvever, as " e have areadv atteinp
ted to show, he may ll) murh far himself.
By in-tittiting experimtien:ts. and accurate
ly conducting t hem. hie imay amcert:in em
ny fasrs. from which to .leduce correct
princilei for future g:id-irace.
There is ano inortunate opii)in. andII
one which is pet-uliar to she 1Parmer. which
may be looikedl iupon. s the very lepr-Ny
of the profesi'to. It is lie opinion that
years mecesarily brin- nich them egwri
ence. It hans doe moire so retani the pro
Cresi of arietItural 'Jim PrOvemnu,11 thai till
other coinses toiher. It le, met aml de
feared at tl:e very vhire-biM every :sttVnem ptI
att innovation uton eab;g lihed practircs.
Inventi'n, ct--rpr ize au-I e-ner!y :ll have I
laelt itt f.t;al iuillu-nce-. Thiiat mneital a c
tivity and enerzy could ever gain any
thin" upon the dull lice of tiime. wih too,
many. would be regaried asoan agrioeitural r
heresy. unpardonable-not seo however %
with your Cominitiee, who believe that I
every experiment mnale aurnents by s
much Ite experience of the Farmer., that i
the farmer grow- old wtith observation I
rathl-' Irmter A. makes 10'
e .Ie or tie year 13.
14 c.'ria'q'lit-om .in6 -'K.
A. of 'ne % ear ::s 13 n ill
.11 (1' tell,
1 -v directly fur.
. . roduce a bene
itctn' ch:ane its our chwacier as farmers. it
will qairkei, strengthen and discipnie our
powers of observatiou-fromn listles. we
will biecome accur-tre amd discriinatin
observeri of all that padss arounl iis -
spirit of inquiry n ill lie aroised, a bicl ,C
the surest guarantee that our prof-%i-on
will speedily ocrpy th::t respectable ata
tioin aiong the oiliter profinuis to which
itt useulness and importauce tmeo-i hily a.
Your Committee he- leive to submiI th.- J
following subjects for experimeit :id the d
defcinite mode of conduelin:: themi as le
comes their dity. agtre-ably to I">th Article
of the Contitution. i nder wiacli t hev % ere U
i.at. E;.rpe--rie.-Co-r-o.---To~ le e
-'our rows of Coian (;ec a length) Z
feti between rowV -i? t1141, ince etweel
hillk one stock Lath hlill.
IFI ir ro' - (;t- h..:tl) 3 l-et httween
rowa-s. t m es elween hiih. one stock i
Four row-. (:rre iength) 3 :~eet Iet en
rows. 1) ieha- betweei jilNk. .ae --tack A
each hilh To lie ciivatel a- fo!lows;
Two ofevery 4 r.a plated oake, to) I
be scraled tl- I1- wa ei-it almer 2: :o
h entieu aroind %a ogit thei- lhi ton.::ie )r minte
oithenr -nasli pela;;h. tcn:ae.ely f- llowvcel
bay the he fear at first wmiikms.: - aei ehe
afte-r cultutre hie ahike nud~ 'ivena Ct sae
time- alltte thinned otm .at,-u::r- moe
that this hae all writ ten .. a. .- a:~' the
titme of plantig-thie appe-araet of the
plants after every wvorkuai-the 'ecc-r
rece of every rain-the tatne thae first
sqiuaros, blasscetns aced mature t inim apapear
-on the rows diffrercntly plated. atnd
worked-that the pjroduct of everv 2 rows
planited andiu cultivasted aelike lie se-peraiely
gathered and asc-ertain~ed. as also as do
eripttone oif the sotl sandh ar claey.
2nd Ergerrimnt -Thlamt a sim~ilar expe
riment tie meade with 19 other rowts a d
joinin;; (same length) isithe the dith1erence
onely, of 2 wee~ks ie I he timuie of plantetngi. 4
3d. Lz-periment.--Thatt I) ros be laid
''ff3 teem aetweenm rows and lanted 12
insche.-- between halls, 'onc sm-jck in each
hil-toi be c-ultiv..ted in samee way. except
that :G rowss hec topp~ed atc the usuail time elf
peerforumtn;; that oepertionll tht 3 he 1op
peald noen the plaini has1 froms 14 t) 16
le.aves, the other three toe retmain untoppedI
-thme product of ddefereunt rows to bae as
eermtained sep1arately und nme ohiserta
tions moade and written down as in Experi
menm 1st, upo~n Cotton.
lst. Erperimnt.-Coa-To be plant-I
F~our rows (acre length) 3 feet apart. 3
feet between hills, 1 stock in every hill.
Four rows (acre leng th) 4 feet apart, 4
feet between hills, I stock in every hill.
Four rows (acre length) 5 feet a part, 5
feet between hills, 2 stocks in over bill.
Four rows (acre length) 6 feet apart, 1 1
foot hetween hills, I stock in every hill.
Four rows (acre length) 5 feet apart,2 1
feet between hills, 2 stocks in evere hill.
Four rows (acre length) 5 feet aipart, 3 1
feet between hills, 3 stocks in every bill. I
Thai it be pilougheed only in one direc- I
rection-all to be cultivated alike.
The- time of planting, appearance of
alrs... .;no , .lk ........r --r a th
differently planted rows be observed and
writtau down, as also the weight of fodder
and Corn from every 4 rows (treated alike)
be seperately asccrtained-appearance of
corn after every operation in culture, and
2nd Erperiment.-That 12 rows of corn
'acre length) be laid off 5 feet apart, 2 feet
between bills, 2 stocks in every hill, culti
vation in all to be the saie. That the
blades be stripped from 9 rows at usual
time and left on 6, to remain till corn ma
tures-fodder from the 6 rows pulled to be
weighed when cured, and wien the corn is
harvested, that the product of each of ihe
two plantings le weighed in the car and
then shelled and weight of grain alone be
3d Experiment.-That 12 rows of (acre
length) 5 feet wide-2 feet Ibetween hills,
2 stocks it every hill-3 rows to be ma
oured with well rotted stable manure-3
A ith leached ashes-3 with live cotton seed
-3 without manure of any kind-to be
Nultivated lakc, the amount oil manure o(
ivery kind tapplied, and product of every
3 rows to lie 1bund, the manure by nea
wrentent and corn by weight, same obser
vations to be made as in csperimont lot
41h Erperinent.-That 12 rows of corn
'lanted (;acre length) same distance asin
-Xperilient 3.1. 3 rows to be manured
.Ith stable manttre in the drill or trench,
in ilte ill, 3 broad case, all to have same
1inatity of mauure, and 3 rows without
nauaure of any kind-cultivation alike, re
ults deteuanitned "y weight, and sane ob.
'ravations to be maade as in experiment
,,t, mn cori,
5th Etrperiment.-Ei;ht rowscorn to b
Amited tatne distance as in experiment
Four rows to be stripped of fidder at
IsmAl tiase-corn to be harvested when
ipe and weight ul each determinied by
vet;ht-the other four rows to keep the
dder until the corn has passed out of the
niiky state and become glazed, then the
luek to be cut ut the ground and all cured
t'etler. blades, stock and grain-stocks
t ie weigued and grain also.
6th, Erpcriment.- Twelve rowsofcorn
a.nicaa .tie datace ai directed iin Ex
>er io, t 3 1. t; rowe o be lid off on the
;rooua sihat has been copletelyoone -
ilintverzed ny repeated harrowings
ifter culture tu he executed entirely by the
Jarrow and olie. the othe. 8 to be culti
rated by at-iug the pluugh and hoe in the
rdmary way, the same observations to be
nde as iII Experiient lit, on corn; re
ulas carefully ascertained.
I't. .-peincnt.-Wut.T.-That a
eram space: of ground. (occupying wheat)
ay 10 feet !)1uare, be cut, as nearly as
;oinie ran judge. 10 days or2 weeks
doce lhc ordinary time of harvcsting, that:
lie graiit he weighed as soon as thrashed
ut.--lat 10 feet siuare imnediastely ai.
111amm, nid of samae qlutility, be cut at or.
aary time ol' harvestiig, and weighed
iena tlralshed out-that a certain quanri
y lv ito-urcmncit or each parcel so ob
tiiei be %eiglhed o diference in weight
'ted: accuratels.-That a small quantity
i eachi be prescrved and placed at dispo.
al ot til Sotcity ior lut ure experiment,
Ina. irlerimen.-.- -That the
ntite expernient be wuade witlh Oats, as
nlicaesicl -tr Wheat.
lurse tdi .ules,--That iho following
petrimn:ent lie taUde to test the compara.
Ive eUcnmtiW Of 1n-11ng iorses and lules.
,el one ofeacti lie selected, of ncarly equal
"iimpii atve execelinacc aonautig its kind
it ike condition and health.-The foot
'a% eit lit e je or oie vcok to li. asccrtain
i ay % eight-thu amount of work per
ared iy uneah for the satine titte to be
utedi-.:i also thecir cuondition at the expi
*iun ul the 'seek.
SE ORGE STEEL.E,
E. A. CRENdIIA\V,
W.\1. .A. LATI'A.
The Committee appointed to au'ign tie
'.rlou:, subjects for exphertlment, heg leave
u report-stiat ithey have assigned the ex
eranetlso Cot ttont to Mr. Williama E.
V'tnte.-iThe expertimets on Cor~a to Mr.
/ilhatm Latta-and the experimnruts ona
Vhaeat andI Outs to Col. Willham Wrighat.
UL of which is uubmited.
.OLIN SI'RCINGS, Chairman.
1'. .J. Eccz~rs, Sccretary p. t.
)f thle Comiite on Premiums of ihe York
lIistricl Agricultural Socirty, read and
adopted at ithe meeting of Ithe 6th March,
'The Committee to umnrre the kinds atnd
ges of the Stock, and also the kind, of
Lgricultural products to be exhaibtted, and2
specify ihe respective premiums-beg
~ave to report.
That there be given for greatest produc- .
tioni of Corn on one acre of old worn
land, 810 00
'or the greatest production of Cotton on
old worn latnd, 610 00g
'or the best production of Wheat
on one acre, on old worn land, $10 O0
'or the best six yards of JeanlHome
spun cloth, $5 00'
'or rte greatest production of Sweet
Potatoes on one-half acre, -$5
'or the best colt under 1 year old, $10 0
'or the best cohtover lycar and Unt i
under three, 41
'or the best insalo overon@ye
'or thebhest Bull onr.
'or ihe hilst MuciC
4hr old t