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4 We are authorised to announce Enwan
I. La Uaxis, Esqr., as a candidate. for re-olec.
tion as Masterin - jity,for Charleston District,
at the ensuing session of the Legislature.
g1The friends of the Hon. F. W. Plcuans,
announcenlu as a candidate for the State Sen
ate. to il the vacancy occasioned by the resig
nation of Maj.John S. Jeter,from this District.
Mr We are authorized to announce Fnascas
7H. Waurn.aw. Est., as a candidate fo: Sena.
tor from Edgefield District
gr We ace autbeized to announce DAN1t.
Hor..as, Esq., a candidate for a seat in the
House of Delegates, at the ensuing election.
X7OWe are authorized to announce M.
-GRAY. Esq. as a candidate for the Leg
(r* The friends of Cot. 0. TowLrVs,
-announce him as acaudidate for the office
of Tax Collector .4 Edgeield District at
-the ensuing election.
gTThe.frends of Capt. E. W. PanaT, an
nounce him as a Caudidate-for the ofice of
'Tax Collector of Edgefield District, at the en
(Q* Thiefriendsof CoLJoax QuA-.
TLEDCM. 'announceimas a candidate for
-4be office of Tax Collector of Edgefield
District at the ensuing election.
!'-The fiendsol Mr. Scansnoaou
BaoADWATER. *aeounce him as a candi
-date for the -ofice of Tax Collector, of this
kiO 1CTOBER, 1844.
So much as Relates-o Edgefietd District.
iOUSE OF REOPtESENTATIVES,
Dzcanssa 19. 1844.
HE Committed $n Privileges and Eee
tions, towhti *eme refered sundry ris
blutions for 'establishing and changing the pla.
t-es of election; and appouitang Managers for
the next General HEdeions, have had the same
under consideration, and report as follows:
Resolved, That ti6 elections.to be holden on
the second Monday d October next and the
day. following.-f'- 5enatrs'and Representa.
tives. shall be beld .t theifollowing places, and
conducted by the fbilo ig persons:
At Edgeffeld Codr lose.-E. B. Pressly,
S. F. Goode and William P. Butler.
Longmire's.-Wiley.-Harrison, .Hugh M.
Quarles and Josial Pierrn. -,.
Collier's.-C. G. Gairieft, William Prescott,
nd John Adaw(.
Cherokee Pond.-8. W: G'adner, 3 Cuirry
and Danier Shaw.
Pane House.-'Goo. W. iodes, B. Hatcher
and Anuilla Miles. .. -
Towle's.-aInames'S. ToeVillianai M'. and
Danton's.-'. P. Brunson, John .Hiliand
H . Punton.
Sheppard's -Elihitguiron,E 11 SItAY
Sherley Cook. .
Rtidge.-Stanmfore Wfatin, M.Watson and
Lewis Holmes. .
Smy lie's.-3. Nicholsod|It., D.Sutbteraid'
Hamburg -Gee. Parrott, M R'. Sih sut
Mount Wllin.-J. Jennings. M. EtiiU .
.and Stephen Ohsve. -
Richardson's.-Sohn Sentel S. Atawahd'
Coleman's.-4. M. Maynard, Hardy Bout
ware and.G. Yarborough..~
*Pailkes'.-Richard Hardy, A.Tuckerand W.
Parks? " l'
-Perr's.-G. Huiet, Joseph Wise and Dan
Moore's.-Anderson Turner, T. Payne and
'Moseley's,-J. S. H arrison,' Johi R ugrs
aud 1.8. hadrack. .
Allen's-A. P. .Kenard,8. Matthew. and
Powel's.-J. Powell, Jun., D. G. Walker
Long'.--C Dewalt. . D. Bounigtind
Nail's -G. W. B. Williams, A.A. Sinkins
Dorn's.-J. F. May, John Dora and Alfred
' W-81. Matthews. Colin Rheder
.Wilfiaisi'.j ht ote4 Goillion
Red Hill-daria Collins, . .Holmes and
Rochel's.-L ,Freemian.: . Fepman, and
W. C. Rebertson.
Andrew Kreps'--R.i'Gye 8 John
Erep.and Andrew Kreps.- . -
Wet. Ethidge..-John Rhinea.J -saph.
Etbridge and Emanuel Caugma .p~.
Howard.-4. Howard, I.aler
~ eedos q pand Tuesday. Vls
be 9igs4 en .. May at Edgefield C. Hd.
'S ~eresnttivsone memberof Congrs.
one Tax Collector to beielected. -
8th. -F411e to 'h beopened at 9 o'1elok, A. M;
and closeat 4RM. Ttebox, vessel. or ag
to be sealed up wheti the~polls are -closed,an
al to he oniened emanea,-arcve vtes a otha
second day, and to count the votes at the reg
ular time aud place. (A. A. 171, 3d Statutes
Resolved, 2nd. That the Managersof electiot
prior to their proceeding to the elections, de
take the following oath, or affirmation, before
siani Magistrate, or one of the Managers ol
election, to-w!t: "That they will faithfully and
impartially condte and attend to the'forego
ing elections, agreeably to the Constitution ol
the State of South Carolina, and the laws
Resoled, 3rd. That in future no person qual
ified to vote for members of each branch of the
Legislature, shall be permitted to vote in more
than one election District or Parish, and the
Managers of elections throughout this State,
are hereby required and directed, if they think
proper, (on on the application of any elector
present) to administer to any person offering
to vote, the flilowing oath: "1, A. B. do sol.
emnly swear (or affirm as the case may be,)
that I nave nost at this general clection.for mem
bers of the Legislatuae, voted in this, or any
other District or Parish, and that I am consti
tutionally qualified to vote-So help we God."
And if any person or persons required as afore
said, to take said oath, or affirmation, shall re
fuse to do so. then the Managers, in their res
pective Election Districts or Parishes, shall be,
and they are hereby required and enjoined to
refuse such vote or votes; and in case the man
agers shall reluse to require the oath as afore
said, when demanded, they shall be liable to all
the pains and penalkle iiey would be liable
and subject to, for negldebtai g any other duties
required by them as Managers oI elections, for
either branch or the Legislature.
Resolved, 4th. That the Act ahtesing the 4th
Section ofthe Constitution of the State of South
Carolina, be herewith published, to wit: every
free white man of the age of4tenity-one years,
(paupers, non-commissioned officers and pri
vattes of the Army of the United States, excep
ted,) being a citizena of this State, and having
resided therein two years previous to the day
of election, and who las a freehold of fifty
acres of land. or a town lot, of which he has
been legally seized and possessed, at least six
months before such election, or not having
such freehold, or town lot, hath hbit resident
in the election District, in whicl . 6'ers, to
give his vote, before the election siiX montifs,
shall have a right to vote for a member, or mem
bers, to serve in either branch of the Legisla.
tnre, for the election District in which he holds
such property or residence.
Resolved, bth. That the two years resi'tence
required by the Constitution in a voter, are the
two yearsaimmediately previous to the election,
and the six months residence in the Election
District are the six months immediately previ
ous to the election; but if any person has his
home in the State, he does not lose the rfght of
residence by temporary absence, with the in
tention of returning; but if he has his hlmo and
his family in another State, the presence orsuch
person, although continued for twd years in the
State. given no right to vote. t
August 21 St 30
State of South Carolina.
7o the Managers of Election:
I N obedience to the writ of .Election. i.sued
Iby the Honorable Angus:Patterson, Presi
dent of the denate,.-You and each of yon are
hereby required, after due advertisement, and
with strict regard to all the provisions ,of the
Constitution and laws of the said ltate,toen
ing your duty in the premises, to iid an Elec
tion for a umember of the Senate Nr the District
of Edgefield. to serve for the. retiamd'er Of -the
term for.wbich the-said John-8.eter was elec
ted to serve ;-the .polls to be.-opened .and held
at the various places of eleetton. in the said
District, on the Second Monday of Q6tober
next and the day followitg, by you aqyour res
pective places of electioni ..' he managers for
the several places tof election to.meet at Edge
field .Coutt flouse on thq.t4A third day, to count
the votes, and declare ilie:election."
-.-.Er B. PRESSLEY,
Chairman of Managers of Election
August 21 te 30
State of South. Caroliia.
FVE Ift D, DISTRICT.
. . IN. ORDINARY
ederick Rosifand wife ' . - -: -.
aincy. and' others, vs. I, fetto.to provc
Robert .Brjan, Sen.. Fe- ::n solemn form the
lix Rodgers and .Situl : ,will of Daniel Rodg
Attaway; putors, an efs deceased.
e phrs' -
Er 4peating to my satisfac~tion tbatjina
A -itr Rossmali eaid g'ifeJane, Btty Rg
ersJie~l.RodgersJun., Littleberry Rodgers.
andi idren of Sarah Jones, heiri snd rep
resen itaof.Dapiel Rodgers dece'as'ed, et
fondnta6sidbeyod the linitma s 8.tate,
itii hrefor-e ordered, that the said detendanta
d 'tji~athen Court of Ordinary at Edge .
field ~i House on .)Ionta the 23d day of
Sepi bE, to shew dah fanath" "anti,
wh the ,ur jthte said DanielRdgrm, de
ceased~, shiid not be. prpved.idt io orm of
law. TOHiN H ILL, o. E. D.
June 12, 1844 . m~m 20
WOULiD-respetfully inform ths citizens
Gof Edgefled- C. I., and its vicinity,
that he has opiened an office in the house for
m'd ~ o~o aied by John 8. Jeter as a law
o~e-v r c-an be found, at all tames,
exdep is eatteitditg professional basiness.
He will ii tis~ j businessi'in 'the line of
hisprofmidicpe by careand attention
to-receieaud eve ashare of public patron
May~~- tf 17
- lhec~~inary, &e.
FRES of Candy, Sugar Plumes,
?iuei utly on hand.
Brazis Ni tugl~ Walnuts, Almonds,
Hamburg.31844 ' if 13'
AE~Q~19;to 12,000 bs COUNTRY BA
~ '-' Cheese
8 and 5 eanks prime Gosheni
SESE, rich and id. --
ann 24 Stis -31
The following among other toasts were of
fered, at a dinner given to the Hon. R. B. Rh eIt
on the 22d aIt. of August, in St. Peter's Parish
By R. G. Norton-The Hon. George
McDufie-The Demosthenes of the age.
By his masterly and unanswerable speech
on the Tariff, his opponents might have
been convinced of their error. But tere
are none so deaf and blind as those who
will not bear and see.
By Edmund Martin-John C. Calhon.i:
The Union or thesA United States with the
immediate annexation of Texas. . ,
By David Hennes-John C. Calhoun:
The South Carolinia morning Star-thq
older it gets the brighter it shines, and I
hope will, to the coming dny.
By Josiah D Johnsn-J. C. Calhoun:
We have acknowledged him to be our
leader-we feel proud to own him.
By Dr. J. S. Lawton-Agicultural in
terest of South Carolina, her pride and
boast. To sustain its character, we must
be industrious, prudent and economical!
plant les, and mdnure more: and then.
and not till then, will the infatuating spii
it of emigration cease.
By B. Thompson-J. C. Calhoun: Ev
er vigilant in promoting the cause of South
Carolina, he deserves the confidence of
hersons. . ..
By Wm. Dgniels-Park (Polk) juice a
certain cure far Clayitqs and Cla era.
By Maj. Raberds-:-John C.'Cah,-un:
The purest and *iie Stateslmaq of the
dge-ever true toSotith Qarolina: he will
never codnielberto.do wiroogs....
gy R. R. Turde;-(tur distinguished
and eloquent Statesman. the Hon. R. B.
Rhetit Worthy of el approbatiod of all
By Dr. W. B. Villiard-The peace.a'd
safety of the -Southeru States: Southern.
era need not look for peace to themselves,
nor safety to their property, until they draw
a line of demarcation, over which a Yan
kee shall not step.
By H. E. Soloar ots-J C. Calhoun:
One oi Catolina's noble aons-a pattern
for honesty as a Statesman.
By B. Brown-We the. citizens of St.
P'ter's Parish, are resolved to uphold the
temple of our lib rties, or perish in the at
tempt. -We would rather die freementhan
hve.slaves. - .
By .F. B. Baker-Texas: Identiied.
witb Ote South ..i interest-her pverjumes.
Coi annexation to kbese. Unied Pi4;es..will
be warmly and .nrdialtj respon'ded to by
every true bearted Stuthener..
By. A. W. Daley-The Hon. George
McDuffie : Distinguished alike for his tal
cuts and patriotism-his State is proud of
By Capt. R. R. Williamat,-The .Hon.
R. B. Rtiett, his constituents onfide in:
him, and South Carolina is proudtoclaim
him as her son. - .. . .
. By Capt. A. Al. ,Iutle-The Hon. 1.,
-Barnwell ..heit : Our Epresentatiy in
.pongress.-Faithfully, and with. untiring
zeal, hai he serqd .us in the. legislative
councils of the nahiqn,. we hail him. with
-- well done thou good and faithful ser
vant.". . ... ; . 3.
.:By Dr. B. W. Blakewood-The Hon.
R. B. Rbett . The vigilant watchman of.
Souta Carolina, the . true, supporter of
Southern Institutions ; raay he prove, as
hitherto in Congress, 'a Lion surrounded
by.noisy Curs-a foil to be struck bj vi.
. The WhigResrictive.System.-A prom
inent English paper says of the conditionof
the English people: . -..
"At this.morent. there are more tbat a
million.anda half of paupers, (J..foa eve.
18 of ile popiularion,). ,We have , a popu-.
ulation of ten millio'n .iho liveion patoes,
and oatpeal, and some mnilljonuabeside.who
eat much less wheat btead tin they would
do jf they,,6qtild get it. ...,,..
. "The coiditjinn..of the. people of jitpg.
land lidonsiddured by he'i w~-sest and best
men to he al moat wholly caused by their
Let this all important fact be .always
borne in nii-n4s that the Whiigs, uye.or..
tOlay. are endeav'eribg toeslablis h e same
c~orn laws (in bothecountries calledprotec
:ion to home industry,") Banlk ~ .6Ther
measures, yrhidb. forni,.tite.E . riestrie
tile systemt... We believe that the nynaof
the JWhig parry do so innocenitly,..because
ignorantly, no' having studie'.~plitics, as.
every~ citigen~should.do; but the leaders of
thatlhpartydha Olays, and the self-esteemed,
"aristocracy" ot' the country, understand
wellf t)e.effect of these qjeasuree,-else they
wouldn't advocate tljni.-Ifebian.
Dmhstott oF THE ttoN.
Not content with rending the church, the
A bolitionists at the North now go for a dls
solution of the Utnion. The True IWes
lyan, edited by 0. Scott, J. Horton, and
L. Lee, comet out boldly in: favor of a
dissolution. These gentlemen are at the
head of the party that has seceded from
the Methodist -Episcopal Church; within
the last four years, because of its connec
tion with slavery. It: was offered Nas -a
strong argument -in the late general con
ference, in favor of deposing Bishop An
drew, that one people at the orIp would
I~aid tia'by'thousands and.jo'iti~Soie
ties, ifrtle liiihop were ,i mlitEdstoio on
unmolested. Well, how what ? 9. Scot
and Co/bave snceeeeded ib" dhidaithe
church, they avow their purpose of' ski
ing to dissolve'theiUnh~n of the states'iii.
this great Confederacy.: We nowi suppose,
that oar 'conservative' friend.sfr thie Noithf
will have togo2 for the dissolutitif'the
Union, to yevent their peffompnn
Scot's parj. We told our.brethren of t]
North that oince they violated the. pla
law of the disciplin,' to meet the prejui
cos of wild fanatics, there would be no et
16 their clamors... They. have loosed.tl
lion, wi wjll now chain him ?-Wetel
rom the Y'bing Hickory.
CIRCULATE THE DoCUMENT..
'-We have for .sale at this office- M
Walker's.Texas speech, with Gen..Jsel
Pon's lodiana. letter added, 8 pages, at a
cents per hundredacoples.
..Reportaof the Free Trade Convejtio
held in Philadelphi in 1832, drawp..u
and presented by Hon. J. M. Berrien t
Geargia. 8 pages, at 50 cents per hundre
copies. . - it
Letter of Hon. A. H. Chappell, tq. th
people oftGeorgia; letter of Hop. it. E
M.eade of Virginia,.a Harrison Elector c
140; letter of Honi. George W. Crabb e
4)abpma, to the .Democratic meeting a
MeDavid's Miils, and etiacts from Mr
Walker's. lgter. showing. cli., designs a
Grai Britain ob ,.Texas,,ig.ione pamphle
of q, pages, at obe dollsr per,--100.copies
,. Speech of Hon. Linn Bord of Kentucky
on thje.,argain pod Sale of the Presidene'
in 12-16 pages, price one dollar.
, The alination of Democratic Clubs. atir
of Iletgiptic editors, is respectfully callec
to 'this - notice. If the documents are
prpmptly ordoeed, they will be transmitted
free of charge..
Good Sign.-Thepapera keep uii ihe
fire of billiogsgate upon the grandfathergi
Col. Polk, Their next move will be Op
assault upon his grandmother. They e8 -
not affect the character of Col..P41k hax.
self, and thereforg assail his, dead grand:
father. jhfib sh-rintfrp the irmng .put,
hyens-like" turn upon the dead..Th e po
ple.can desire.noastronger proof ofthe u.
rity of Col. Polk's private and political
character, than is to be found in the libel.
Ions attacks made on his ancestors. -
By the way, Americans care very little
about the ancestry of any man. We look
at men as they are, and do not estimate
them by what their rathers or grandfathers
Is there a. man to be found among us,
who..will assert that we were not free
sovereign, and indepeqden't -ia'tes ifrom
and tafter, the. 4th. of ,uly '76? Or thai
we bad noyth.e. right to make treaties, forna
alliances, oido a.ny thing ;hat independani
states may or right.de,,witbout&leave fronm
England! .We.,presume there is not one
whncanliold up his heaqjand say so,: Yet,
Texas after eight y.fars of peace govern.
ment,!after having made treatise, and 6een
acknowle4gedpjf jdependent, by almosi
everg s6ereign,..power,..ts now told, thai
Mexic, ijyst grant permission before she
tan change her government or cede bet
territory! .Can we believe that any sane
man. is. wincere. who.maintains this posi
,Pree and Slave Labour.-A statemeni
before.us gives the production of coffee
throughout the world in the year 1843.
and from which it appears that in. Brazil
the quantity was 170.000.000 lbs., ip Ja.
va, 140.000,000 lbs.; in: Cube, 40.000,000
lbs.;. in St. Il oniingo, 38,000.000 .lbs: ir
Porto Rico and Laguabra,36;000000.lbs.
in the Britisb West Indies, 10,000.000 lbs.
in Ceylon, 7,000t000 Pis.; iq tie ,Fasi In
dies and Mocha, 6,000.000 Ihe.; In,.the
French coloni0,.4',#00000 Iha.; onde in the
DutclWest Indies., 3,000,0000hs.; ma,
king theanq.total. 459,000.000 lbs. 1i
is orthy of, remark, rtbat..lhis immense
gliantityyp e9tn ifca:coly estitfare. above
59,000,000 lbs. as being the produce o'
free~labour;,a strking proof; of the fettert
which we must impose .upen our foreige
trade,;if we do not - temper :our valoni
with something like discrdilin inthelunjus
drd'sade against slavry-N. Y. Paper.
Burning of the ent ucky State .Priyn
-The State Prison at. F'rankfot, Ken
tucky, was nearl destroyed by fire, on the
ev'emngof th.e, of August,; fJhe gelht
'in a~hick h; con etts-to tihe timberol
fo'release them. 3,The work~sbepiwhiol
were extensive, weje entirely bugnad,.wifi
a large stpck fatriels and .:rdachinery
While the cells store its danger,. the 'sem
was most exeiting. ,A letter in ihe Tri
huneoatates that justias~the..Governgr wai
about coope the doors .of .the. risontt
the, convicts, a supply of gracpr p.a' .ob
tttied, and engines began - o~ play upot
the building' cottaining the cells. The
Governor then left, assuring the, prisoiters
thit they should, be' rescued it the.bnil
ding could not be preserved.: Fortunate
ly for all, they were successful in preser
ving the building above samed, and. ii
keeping the prisoners withini their cells.
Public Lantd.-The sales of thie Pup
tic Lands during the' last yeur atauhiee
to 1,639,674 acres-an excesi *oyer thi
previous year .of .pl0,,47 ipereis. T
sales wer h~etest tn Missouri; ',Ala
barns,'t p : Ilnp ingt b mio .weztaii
woe a oeea1 jepiped ,o1
aff increase over tio proceedtpor jhe pre
ceding ygat o..g37,062.06.. Under th
ibluenee' titsip&emption laws
the best~~ 'rioduce nothing mnore thai
dthe ~ m prje or$i 25 per acre. .O
tlyol of the lands sold .the presen
yesar' ,jbaps not more than two thousan.
scrs hve eensold3 at prices above thi
I i From the Madisonian September 3.1.
in ,TEKAS .
i-. Tho:.41ctions of Priesident, Vice Presi,
id deni, ad nmsnbers of Congres of-Texas
le lopk Olce geuterddy.Jprties have divided
n off the question ofanneiation. , Gen.Bur
leson is the qandifatq.nf hose who are op.
posed. to.. British. isendecy, -and Qrg
Anson. Jonesis the cand41ate~of lie Part
who are oppened to aqpexationsi~
Gen. .itemucan. Ment.ispOA
known here as the MiiaterfrT
puiliihed a. leter in theGalyetdiWNews,
addresed to some of the mo.pitinsnt
puhlic men of Teias, who, likeimself,
are natives of North-Carolina, ip which
e review s the question ofannexation
refers to .the. fact that ,the .Democratid
party-are in.favorofanexaion,.and urges
that .the people of Tegshouldpatiently
await.the result of the lriideniial election
tefore. they form: ta ing alliance
with England... ;He,
"Should.k,.Ar. C lay, eleated,.then, as
a disappointed advocatiotinnexation, I
shall be. ready. J adopt.such other course
as will best tend to theaiiperity and ag
,tandizemnent of.Tegas,ajhn todependent
power; .but under noicCnMstancss ien I
acquiesce in the aboliiuoq otslavery ..And
at all .hazpsrds, , hal to the last, resist
the mercenatf.iqjuchinationd of the British
through, Mexicd, *r.ny ther manner,
against slaivery in Teas-orhich is almost
equally in opposition .ot.fe same institu
tions in tie United Statesi' .
Here..,we End Generl, Hunt-appealing
to thie 1eople of Texastpawait the result
of the Pr.eidential -.elaiop, hoping that
the pprq will decidei'.afavoe -f annex
ationu-afinig.that if tihey do not, thetle.
will unteiin making the bep.bargain he;
ca for..Texas. ..ow, therefore, isithe
moment, and upon the .peopleofih. U
t" States talone depends til u.uie;aJf.
hetleafer, Texis, stioig in ih p'roci
of foreign, nations, streachiog from the
Gulf to the Pacific,: animated..by a. sense
of our present conduct, shall become hos
tile to the United States, the responsibility
will be on those whose selfish ambition
has rejected the proffered acquisition, and
like au untatural parent has refused the
rights of hospitality to our own offspring.
Frm th Souh Ifea Famer..
CURING PEA VINES.
Your corrgspondent. . -M., .in calling
the attantun of your readers to the during
of the pea: vine, deserves.:at..their bander.
thanks..;It is an important means ofkeep
ing stock..which, -ifI wpil. cureO, will. do
better thpu aynjother apecies of forage we
have. . I have seen it gqired for. 20 years,
-and as my mode is -diff'erent. from his, I
beg to give if vou.. leaving to your choice
to dispose of, as will suit you.. .Aitcr. you
have eitlier out the vines etiarthe graund,
or pulled ;zhom up, leave them in a swarth
until they have wilted-not :taking .langer
than. half a.~dy.. , Th'en, withlforks, throw
them .p into hand cocks, dmall at the
.basp and as high as wjill not press together,
only their .own -wight ; after. ?emarin.
thus for a couple of days, open out for. an
hou .or. two in sun and haul..up-.ha.ving
provided a. rail .pen,- with surplod' rails,
1pd boards to cover-tho put rails in for
far a few inches above ,the -ground-a
fool or so apart, on which.throw in some
2.or 3 feet thick the vine ; put or. another
ffoor of rqils and6All again 3or3feet; con
tinue ths-nntil the- pen. is 10. or .12 feet
high 1n1d cover.-. lanyspersons fork in a
layer of straw of any kind,* cats, . rye or
wheat: -Wih ever .layer of thevine;
many use sal' in h-ways and no ques
fion,. but- what it is a saving in-the end.
Now for the reason--if the vine iscured
asc ". fodder or other .haaf" you will lose
evet~ leaf, m'uech'of the stem, and one en
tirely unacquainted writh the vine,.would
lose:nearly all--for they would let . it re
main unitil dry, .Lucerne, clover aud paa
vine require the same treatment, tihere be
ing so much sap in .the sialk., thit goti.
would lose ll th'e smaller part'. before tl~e
sternt, pt tick part, , was cured' bytiby~
merely -wiltiung, -tye Fenhnd' leafjiak:-is
retainpd io a degrad, ad.bj throy'ing into
cocks, the a'iithlses thieuh-the modeti
'a .laeating~ic recei iila-4.tendeuey to
rtpan.thejuceesnimakag sweeter for stock,
sed. toughpas.ahe vipe-..and very little eZ4
posure will coolit off..,Some persons pull
and put iin peng as aboye, and the use sof.
salt will-protet-it idat. mould a little,
but, try the wouldy part, to even a well
fed .mqle. Those ,who are savinig up their
tand all they can,- rill not-pnll.op the vine,
but~cut off with a grass knife, - saying the
Stap root is a benefit, and-oughtanot to. be
taken from. the land. Oueihing, I press
on those who have up: experience-rather
run, the ristk of losing, by having -put up
too green,. than toody . [have seen them.
int a house 14 by 18- ad 12 feet high, when.
2 to 3:feei from the wall. they were veryt
hot-yet-stock ate :hem very greedily. I
thought they were lost.
MAINE EIo0?V FER
At the teee tj&tfnidgat. ference itty
Bangor; Abe follo nresontions were al
tiost: unenafons t'led:
..Asiaedh',Tha.d concur inthe doings
dipthe laiseerat Conference in the case
-.of he Bahingore Conference in the yittual.
suspension of Bish@p Andrews, from the
-exei-cissiof his Ejdmpopal faanien,-and ui
Srescinding the resolution ag'alat-the testi
monyof colored persoss in church trialsd
an4,rejoice to kne~w that the Methodist E.
f Church in thie acts of the aid ednferende
c ini these esses stadsgout before the chris
I tia'world worthy of her christian ane-i
that bythe i
ati34 atl~b nsn&e wi~A~~
w~consider ihe doiion
the General Cn h. s o-a.
lsrred to righeni ny - ~ auas~
proicd'ption ki p s ad&z~W
and Mois, in said mdiseniis hi gj
reensib - " .
A N40UGHTV UESTIONLL
An intel-igegfarmer,aahioda -----
ering ina ihis pisee,',esy the Seneca 3l
Den#oerat, put a.,ostnau 'q to6
to some of the big osegy 'z one which
they'failed tA answehr -.dq - ro
zten tbg aritia. :
till yo'u be so kind Asell-tDitph
eflasthe farmer:i-efore l *e lse
eration,, the farmer busa ghyseh'ekaski
theat to the illag nd~i'tgegtd ihe
fifteen pouns.a g :; aaow uinder-tale
beauliul tarif,- t es two bushels and
near a pck owbient to-et .he samn: ai
mJouIRI QfAIDsme~kind- ofisugav... Veriiff
thiais a kind ofbeefit to the ahrmers fan
which.they have good reason atsay 'Goo&
Lord deliver us." The Cooney slopet
and pundfarmer enjoyed a heart ylangb rg
hisegpense..Anoiher Coon,hwowever, aA
anere4abc questioneperhaps Ito his e-o
*athisftis . a i aid eMth armer,-beb
fotfje..tsriff went into oreation. o had
teyour harvest d" ion dllal
hs .ents peray to, under ah'wi~ 4t
ones;b .bustaikainga .-Inot thit a
benesfit?. .t the laborer idswer.
. The above exhibitsdhe true workis -of
a taril;.goods up,rpr4dnoeand labo
The farmeis and the laborers taxed forthe
benefit of the few manufactcrers, who eta
well eford to shut down their mills, iif"
send their girls with bannerstr WM1
meetings. It is.the farmer, -the. eciuuie,
and the laborqr who have tofoet-hs bil.
. The wholesale way'-io i haeves
ting is carried oni in the broi*-4 ferti
fields of Prair' &orde Mi *
six thousand acres of wheat, a. I1n a
stood..this year,-.is thuq.dgscribed :1
letter to thaN. Y. Amocan: r.
The harvesting is 4qud afer -a fashbiq
unkno I in 6ur. region ref ;three or-PU4
acre fields. ,4 risiden.pfthe p re ha.
invented a niacbine,.fich-hOb1tu out at
$3 per. icre, wili'tthe'grain, thrash.
es ii. cleans it,-and punts iCdiin.bag ready
f6rths, maiket. it 4.. I dran e
yoke of cattle, er as many ir of hores,
-requirestie atterdance ve Sor 10 men,
Rnd.-nlines froim 20 to 2 acres- a day.
The 6atle.are-beside the imachine, ano.
urge itaeuward.'-As.: proceedst cut.
the grain near the bead-lire .traw being
of little or no valuehoe. This is rapid l
passed through theol -,processes
turned out into a sort .df hopper behind,
from-whichit passesinro a age6tha, a.
fast as filled, is carried to wagonsin at
tendatce and replaced by others; so thM%
wheat standing in tl~e morning may b0
four before night. ,Ail the grain andeaw
ae thrashed by~machines, *orked or
ses-a flail being scarcely ever us.
Yorkviue, S . 0. pt.,1 84.
' rrS naFiey;;Broke out in tho
ilack Smith shop,.ntached to Mr BT.
Wheeler's. Co chuactorg, inithis illage,
on Wedacddr utilt last., Owin to the
extreme dry weather, lnd .the-buidn i E
ing a frame, it was rapIdly consumed.'o'd
gethgr wiih ssom bellows., and all'woode
en materials;. YraWheeler's ins willmoer
faltrf Fins bundred dollars, in addi~.
tlop toibathnee* 'rily incurrd.s 14-,
rectioneof adhib r building, an eIj
number of-his hinde. diem 'khir rlin
emp IyenL. We'are happflto i~siig that
the fuis supposed to be acidental, and~
not tlhe work of an incendiary.-J~we'r
Misceliany. . -' .p
The Besnen Postsof ri
In 105 towns, thbipt ei.fr ~~~~
12,371; Slade, 16'02 ; Slap ,L
In IQ of thaese towns,'tleost omi.
red withylast yar, is, as foillows.. -8L
Kellogg, 1 p e. l$. -t8haA..
2.536. lI'Ke,1y~g Mataca,
13,370; Williams, ~,77/. Comgauigle.
Wi * ,il608r..4 g y d 4L7'e
~IJ.Lgsature utilb higb al
inaort ;y. : .....h;gb.al,
-The Whgsjave lceodrerb
tativesi5o IJopgrad in the 6fisedondians
thirdisptic%. .:TEh ara dauitase~t
Aholdag vote int the fourth district, ai
probabily prevent chiether& a
The IDemo ajctate Gonvaoa
at Trenton on Widuedy - eiwer.
nroethen three handred del -e -ia
t aidance. *In :yting, b ovenrj
4untiesy JaimjL Thoupsde, of K ,
hd 319 votes; JohR CassexP.8ytm
32,; Th'os.aG. Baight 3f6 p:si
b~lan*-Onhotion od - ~~t*
Thumnpson, then un -ns
nated. pom isa*rp
and weato J,.d,
brother-i- a -ne 4 j
said thaihe~i cad4i
the democratse d ald