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VOLUME VI. f U-'m- 6' O., Octobe SM. NO.39 EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER, By W. F. DURISOE, PIOPRIETO1t. * GTERMS. . Three Dollars per annunt, if paid in advance--Three Dollars and Fifty Cents' it not paid before the expiration of Six Months from the date of Subscription and Four Dollars if not paid within twelve Months. Subscribers out of the State are requirsd to pay in adcance. No subscription received for less than oem year, and no paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. except at the op tion of the Publisher. All subscription- will he continued un less otherwise ordered before the expira tion of the year. Any person procuring five Subscrihers and becoming responsible for the same, -shall receive the sixth copy gratis. Adwertisesents conspicuous.y itserted at 6a2 cents per square, (12 lines, or lesf,) f r the. first insertion, and 43J ets. for each C continuance. Those published monthly., or quarterly will be chargcd Al per sqiuare f (or each insertion. Advertisements not taving the number of insertions marked on them, will be continued until ordered out, and charged accordingly. All communications addressed to the y,' Editor, post paid, will be promptly and strictly attended to. Citizens of Charleston, 'AND THE NEIHlJQIBING ST. T Es. OU are respectfully informed that 70 1 X4,MZT STREET 70-is my Olice for h cui sale of BtAN L) Rt TIH'S V EG E i ABLE UNIVEILSAL P'ILLS. Price twen- I fivecent per box, with directions in En;;lish, Itonch Spanish Portuguese and Geramaun. 'The high and u1niversal reputation of the (antdeth ilLs, renders it unnecerytl tocum sheat largely on their particntr virtues. As an absi-biftous and purgative meduiine, they are 4 amequalied by nany. Ihit pturilitog etect at' I .4F blood is universally allowed-all that have eused have apierued and recomnaided -In many cases where the dtcadil ravage;s ol ion had laid bare liga.nent and bue, and riilht6 to aliappearance, no hunian umeana ulsave life, have patients Ibv t:e u1-e ofthese been restored to good health; the devour having beenconpletely erad:cated. n consequence of the pleasantne?-s of theni on, they are universally used an evury n of this wide extended country wiere Ie nade known, and are last surpereding other Prparation of prefesed similar rUpwas ofFourteenTbousand cases I certified as cured, solely from their 4 - actonafthstinte -U es, thus establisling the fict beyov all doubt, that the Brandreth l'llit eure the (aipa. rently) most opposite dica--e-. by the omfe simple act of contumlly e:vrn.m:mt::lg time how- I els with theat, until tilte -ise gi'e uay, therefire, wvhatever mmay tie .1 end tihe r n .emn the UTrLitrv of the rZAtc ic i i W u a A190% T DOUBT. As Brandreth's P0i riire Scamr% y, .'-e nesa, and itsi con'stse te' . se tsn'a _ and all travellers to teie:mtn re;:It.. -:nhe i.z : be wiithout. in order t) t etm.ut to the iiim .n \ % occasinn11 Of ilhle!s. .No med:4% ne! Idill .- ,t I,-. quired where they are. N. l,.-:me or etoiite te,1*vv thetu it, provided tev are kept diry. on.bei :e nen will atitd this ine-dic'inle emt that will 1i1-:e hiealth to time people oil n th ir tate-. ie careful and never pircha-e 'ill" of . Druggast, rtoin- to he 1miran--tih'it 'ill. Under su cinmusrvci., Ii iny nie tit' thei class made an Agent. 31yen. enabhled Aigentshave INv.tin a.i. .0 k (i: -- -. 1.11 Clti cate, siged B. lBramisreth, 31. 1. in iltn 11 n 0% hand writing. Ti-- i. renene" ed .irlk-and when over twelve nmiuth lid. it nmm I-zter guarantees the gettinlelnes al' tle ind:.-e. it would be well, therelbre. for purcieo-v, to care.fully exa:n e tie Cerati cIte. The o i I not wax1, but emtb~,ed ont the I' al-'r v. auth a el seal. ifthe genuti ine wmhin ~i, t'l itimiall.*r as no doubt met' its g ing 1,ri' -at-lilma-n l. anid if al whio wa;nt it tar. m areimi le"I toin. b I above diretim:::, there ms little deebt butt thmey :s ilobtia mt. Rtemaembler 7a 3lmeting ..teet,- a.mw ln t pmIee irn C-iarb---lton where Ie.eie' ini-i cie Can be obitainedl. .11. at u- - a b--1 bjurg and C..\. Don t',.m eL en. 6- 11- le" ".., authorisecd :\ent, fIr l.e M AGENTS lFOR ' SUTfi (t'-\ ':1.1 \1. Stephen Owtenm. .\ike i: l):et t"'"r.. Bleaufort; Joh: .\lcl.:armi.\. A ib-: \\' ~m: Cnnimghiam Cohnnamiteaa. 1. Im .h \e. b-r. Pi.ckens; Johnt lltasti.. Pmenlemti ' K: 'ii"' Wialmot.Georgmemto . 31c Lure, liran" I.' a.'t. Chester; Charles W alcot. Cmmo~a nihat, it.; : \.m ker & Ryan. Barnmwill K. Ii.; I'. A II li. Rtice, Grahasn's P*. O.s Baeremil Iht--1 Gainme & Bolling, Greens~ ilb lDi..trn ; lltnbe Gross, Lerxingtlme: iilamtie & Nichli t rents mime C. ii.: John G. Ton::nme. You:eimlmi'ie. l'ii field list.; sylvester Ileachf. Ira;:ior Katk & Johns~on, Newberry Itice' ,' l':t Andersmena: Jnames .. teme. Leeoi..' mle~iema. ton Dis.a ict; llarlo.dale & S~tuon. Uanrenlalte Verianna & 31itchieil Spartainburg . P'. J. fc.ler. Foster's, CUnio: D)strmt; Julan 31e Ltmam. Lewn ville, G eorge Sl ee, Yorks ie ; .\. 1i. C 'hi~mnn eem, Winsatmmoro' harles .\lmIter. i'ditm ltland. John Itee'amer. Cammen : aele -t int. Georgton : .31 :ake'r & tiynn. tianwelt : f. Slidayv, lBarnmwell;C Ga ey' mA lrunmnnmd. L.owaer Thlree itme .sanuecli; Phmihim (har; P'icknevville. LUni, and LI. Jaen-i Roeberb. ville jeaufort, Mhieou I. Sltanley aced ') wi~fe, and oteree, s. i eP Jpr .",,rma and WVm. Fortune, Ami . .iea .: Fortune, anid Jesse SicCreary. J O N reading time al fidat it Ile.-d ine ltit cisa on miotionl mf Pma:tersonm. mt is orer,:dem thm:mt the defendfam Jess~e MlcCreary. wfho reside,. withoult the limits ofthme Statin dee ane'twer. p.l.led, or dmniiir to thetimthin Bill, witimon thmreemo nhsa or judgent we i ie tiakealn aginst hionm pro corn. Jess' A . P. A L~IJlClII, c. r:. g. rp. st~.nebe Et. 1-i. mi 34 IIUFFAT'S L i-'E PILL$ &P EL N LX BITTERS. NJThei perlfe' stale, senetraing, aend inuccess lt trvteast of tibniOa el icry Lepe.cie ufdes~eL by thte use .if3101'AT'S Li ft. .' U.l i.'L, ii 11 loneger a matter ot doatLt. a, a relersence to tile cpersentce tat totally thesu.aetal p.tcasent. will satisfictorly prea e. AUring fthe gltteWnvt natlottht alone, nearly one hUeda eat ni, ijave viton- tit the knowledge st.ilr. .lotlat. welet: tile pe.atitent has, to all uppearanre. effiected a pea nunaent cure by the exclustar and judicien.ts lse it the lbfe ledicines -oune eight or ten of' these bad been considered beyosd all Isolie by their edical attendtats. Such lazsplay iesultst are a source ot great pleature to 3ir. .1. and nsapire hian with new confidence ta recomnniend the use of his nedicines to ibis fellow-citizeni. Tie LIFE MlEDlCINES are a purely V GETAIJLE preparation. They tare anotd atnd pleasat is their operation, antd at tile! ialne Else thorough-acting rapjsidly Uon01 tihe 0secre tions or the -ysteun-carryinag oil all tcrintloli ous hunorp, ased assimnilating " ith and purity ing the blood. For thiis reaan, in aggraated cases of Dyspepsia. the Lifei .\edicsea will I give relief it a sho'rter space of tiens than any uther prescription. In Ieverv-and-Ague, In laurusatuty itlmetntanatiwul, 'eveIs el e% ery de, :ription. :sick Headache, ilettlmtrn. Dizziness in tie laad, Pains tin the Clhest, Flutulency, impaired appetite, and isn eery ditsetae arising rroon an itputity ol the Ilisod, or a disordered state of the stomach. the uase ol these Medicines iss ilways proved to lie beyond dihalat greatly superior to asty other anode of treztatmeaat. All that .1r. Motltat taskis of his Iatient is to )e particilar in taking thent strictly according o thse directions. It is not by a iewspaper no icc, or by any thing that lie himself iny stay in heir favor, that he hoepes to gain credit. It is donle by the results ora fair trial. Is the reader n invalid, and does ie wish to know whetllier i be Lire .ledicnses will suit Iis own cae ! II o, let hits call or send to Mr. 3loffist'sagent inI his place, anod procure a copty of the Medical Ilauata, designed as a Domesttic Guide to Eealth. ptbslithed grataitnnealy. lie will there id entsmerated very tnany extrairdinary cases Pf'core; and perha'ps sine exactly stinilar ta isi own. 3loiht's. Medical Oflice in Ne w York, i7 B rend11 ay. For stale by C. A. DOWD. March IS. f 7 I OFFA"I T4S Vegetable 1.-c Medicines. T H1LE .edicine, ate indebied for their nautaw s their iaifikiet and sensible ac ion in puri yin; tit! Spinig and channels of dibl, and enduitng then with renewed tone and rigor. in tstally hundred certitied cases which save been saade paublic. and ia almost every species et disiease to which the hunman frane Is able, the happy effects of Mofat's Life Pilr md A WWW1 have been zraefulty antd ed, asd who %er-1 previonAly nlactnainte d atlh the Leautlitfially philosophical priiciples spion, witch tli.v ae coaipounded, as tilupn 1ilih the-y% cifrei utirol art - The 4.ee .ledhrinar. s'esnimend thetuas.elves ia diease ee t fnos and de.crilt ion. V'he:r irtl olwrati on is te- ltoesene frsa tie coats a , , a " Smaci aas ain i na - the % aiut aa iij ri taerit n l ea e . j a beiataoaa., f iaett.t in~aalle,t iante - i., - a a lte s aah c1'ectd 1 Saa 11 b-ehn II- Wil.li ei ab it a -tae s s, wite all its tr.ol - o-' I;,. mr -uiddfael diariiot-a. n ilsit s is a m.1 ..:.:r , Taao, :ti i .. we-li kissolnta ti sat .i dat ..lu aaa:.:t-.. I t e tx:4 1t: tihl ist m.a lm C.a:r d ah il: aatd heIace thV pre.pJ dce etth, a e ill at.rawdlle i ea :a::aans-t quse:sak *ne.wtn.at-.-.r iat e preple. jt1 1a~ andI httei-b 10 tt the pubb i by i: le, ist pei-tn. Thil -i ctla! te:s t sai t the ~il tlera lli- I. to 5 cles lithae ieta.:a d tieiaa bhi.hbr la nd his iiti, allee. ae ai re *i .te !ua -. tla - helaathfuae li a.. . a winc. ha trniel d. pen.' t uim thierh Sl oal m! i,- 11ar . ..1!: .1 . tatas tite bl4d, t isschTl .ats, ls~e1 a . a ala lit! attltitlt 11% 1111.a tme a II% ll~' a-t, color Ir ' a ,i .i:: aIo the hier llar iethe lu ::.. b.a-; 1: P I... . into lhe heaii . bemi thu1 inaeaj i.att. la aaam . t rmrished hav film l its W e %a m . itaao eaaa , et . p-tol'the , m .~tlfst' I i'r .*lre aine.a haave baeea thaorel. baly th'p.ia .::1. 1-'lsaaaaata :ane aey,~ 5 l'. tln of tie l~ao alt .-. i .\ ppai tite. lieartth ata i llea d-he n. l e-t.a.raaae,.-. la-teswr. .\nty~t . 1.11n no andS! a. ijeitam s aly C-tizen-.. Dieeaa. tolsat. l~a1~' eat sal tkai-, rheem~aei-:n . -ut. Ista p-.te. K l U aatalelll kns. GL rav.Ie -. le ...trm a n t' on. -, ump5Istion lNrsitrry, sil ea t ': ah . :attao h atar di-a. urestabb- Compiiiie aie. :a :nh. ua. I .r-.,*lwila,. Common~at Coldases an ~ladns...o al a'.maa. aaisse mlt~assta lehwh tilst 5 w haa iaa.aa ir aaaa, Ina Isma atnid .-\ it. . at.ta iinem - l.l!,0. -ii i tie - o tha m ss~ l ae~t i l ai tta s .\;: tte d13 . Se l't a:-5 e ssit :d am..- ai:as ta -as yl l r-eSl ibeC-:l thei. .\l sh..ia II,. Alaai!;tal atpre st tat h is ttepatnS a tao a be . p a a altr a !.sing the l.aie: .tlealaemen, -rweta .aan.ea ho:i i liithe .atrti nsa . It ia ntae hunite om s t ten laite tale thatis he4 loet' teo r a ernatit. It h. :d e bKite e.-itl, at a ir trril lh e st.alluabte 3lediie, me hier .a- hev C. -\- L)OW I) l'ea'siaas 4.a. I-ltI. ii 4 -(di' 01 ?"0tlt| Ii 1'0ol11i, E-: h;1-1-'l)1, ISlTRICT. isx *Til E CO.MM.11.\ I LE.- . C. ..iod. '- 1 -reg .-lffarhaen K ietarylats.la'l. ? Foreign tach t I her --une. - lh'~Ie Vl aatiiTh harme ts~ hias day lilked is D~e el -tarastti it mny otfice. and the Dlefendtat taa-. tie.notnili-ser at'orney~ knuwns to be wlithinl tle StaIte. it: I he~am a eopyt nfthe~ stamie, withaaa rob.lt plalt. reiishl lis ,aerved. It is ordere~d hat th.e- i.-.- l:a nt Isl ed tea the slid eclartiont n ahinst :1 1 lar andaa a day~. iir tial anad aibsobiste BOOK. & JOB PRINTING. O FI Every .lescripstiotaexecautedl with 'neatnestanad deasatch,. at tbe O11cc. it the sncrtuADtA DETIbin From dhe Greeille MontaNaineer. EXTRACTS, FROM AN ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE TiE "GREENVILLE AGRICUL TURAL sociETY." BY n. r. PRar. At its Anniversary, in August, 1841. INEATNESS IN AGRIC'LTURE, The remark that agriculture and civiii zation keep pace with each other, may be applicd to iudividuals as well as nations. Where a farmer is wanting in one, he is very apt to he deficient in the other. If in passing through a country we were to dis covera ittiserable and wretehed system of griculltre, we should out expect to find an educate&, intelligent and refined p-ople -nor in passing a farmni. characterised by every mark of ignorance and indolence, shiouli we expect to see in the owner an itdustrious, intelligent, educated ard re Nined centleman. I am disposed to go much farther, and say that a good farmer is always a gootd citizen amid a correct man. T*hat the reverse of the proposition is true in all cases, I atm not disposed to assert. hlIe ystem of agriculture in Greenville District might make it personally offensive ato many of ny friends. Hut I greatly ear, that in too ttany instances, where we ,sclet had farmers, we shall find men want na in the cardinal virtues of industry, so a iety and prudence. INDUSTRT. Demosthenes, when asked the first re juisite uof eloquence, replied, "action" Vhca asked the second, hae replied. "ac ion"-and the third, ie still replied, nac ion." Indnetry bears the same relation o agriculture, that '"action" did to elo paoence inl the estimation of the Athenian rator. With industry the farmer may ecoatmplish every thing, and without it he an do nothing. Let hitm then study the -alue of time. Time is his great capital, ind should be well invested. The wealth f'the world, its high civilization, and all is magnificent improvements, have been rented and fashioned by the labor and in lustry of man. The poorest soil and the nost unfavorable climate are scarce im sediments to an industrious and energetic seaple. Lcok at lolland, reclaimed from he ucean, fenced in by her embankments utd taud walls, literally a smilling garden, vhere once there was nothing but hogs and lie ocean's wave. Look at Switzerland, vhere an industrious and harly peasantry, 'ontending against the avalanches of snow tins-es of rock, billing and crushing for ailes square everythinag before thena, have !ut the hills and motntainos inito terraces aml planted thtm in vinei. Ltds whieh, ellre. %%ere orih nothiina. by this in irovement, sell fur ten thousan'l francs ler acre, VALuE or TiFm:. --Sir days A th u, lahor." is the coi nand ofG Gd. It i, as imperativet that thou shalt keep t:,.lv the fventh day'." l'hc Alamiglhtv iared six days in the cre ition ofthe w orld and the thing% that are hereina, and lie rested onl the seventh. We herefore violate this cuaminaihaent jtat a smusach in taglt':ing to work six days. ,, we fil itn m1n heepint; h1aly the seventh. llow mamy tiarmer' arc rcmi-s in keepin-. ha.. high bellet of 'tleavent How I tm elh iie, doshe lae lo-ie every year in attendingiira vmsh E1htoIw'irs . rialer. political mlve er-. ad inl i to plae..., pulic and tri n. li r hi e a.4 nill a lk ,inejcss! Thel e ire- li-n. very few indreed, wheither liar ne'1r,. mcit '"haie jt o tr prosfe'vminl eae, whi iatbill likeio t-e thi. c'l:-ubstiomadt Italae. Thec litla!e thm. ,,;ernl i, no41t Isaa l41t, httt the rrp itarma sr bu'ineii', vary oftema -ansl.ain Iamb rs~eedv. "'.\ sritchl in tiine' halves itile," Sa hly'tasl pcrnotch, but there is none whli& ba u-b ahe umre n ill'm. ria a' ~in.Vrtoem mar tu raun wml:.',r. Ia ai, nost our. inltetimn ;at ibais timea i tof feri air suggest :::y thinrg tnw, tbut tmerely' 1cm urge thec impa1orttance oa thosringh ande perfe'ct parepairastiota of lund far the recep-~ ion oaf the whatm crop. It is panrtienilurly e"ssentialt that landl bce well pea cr'ed before taut ting; ina a crop aof wheat. Noat that it pays bmetmer for e'xira enistumre thasn other crops, but bscase thme whole cenhure is usuallty '-s.rIformed before mnd whien the seed is so;'na; whaereas iti ~riaps that admtit of after cutture, anay de feet itn preparing the groutnd before plan tng, mnay be better remedied afterwards. As lamnd sown witha wheat in the fall, must aeemrsarily retmaitn some eight or ten sannths, oar during the whole tisme require1 licr thc growth of the crop without stirrinag, it ohiten ettles ands becomes too close and colmpjaci to supplort a heaalihy growvah of ve~gentmian; especially tamnds in the least sublject to becomae saturamed with water; anad thae mosre this saturationl or excess of' n'ater can be prevetntedl, thae lotngser wilt the 'soiI retmain hmoo undc opnca, and in a prop'r condition fair advancinir the grow th 'if thle crsip. We have heretofore, and sof tent insisted on the imiportance mof deep plouaghintg, as ana indisptensible operation in. preservinag ad even impajroving the fertility of' lattd; andI alsoa in rendserinag its produc tive properties nmuchi enore asvailaalc thani lav te cotmamotn practice, anti in omae case si it snore essential in prepiaring land for the crop thatn that of wheat, for thc reason before sated-the wheat crop not admit ting saf after culture, by which any defect itt pareparing the ground mighat be partially rmesdied afterwards. Few fiarmers withiu our acquaintance, are inl the habit ofploughing their land to a depth of more than three or four inches; the effect or which is, that in im mediately below never being and admits water verv slowl e, ev. ery considerable ra ithat fa slal low stratumf of louse soil on ics ii filled and flooded with wt ich on subsiding leaves the soil lite Un to gether ito a dead'solid ma much resembling a bed (f driet t ihe material injury, if not the e etruc tion of the crop. But when . und is broke to a considerable dept water not being obstructed by a ha oil, is absorbed and passes readil uard, without saturating or Rooding orfaoe. which in consequence remai and open to a Aucb greater lengt ue. But notwithstauding the a "carks, and our decided partiality foeit ough ing. we are not inseusible tol nessof the objectiou often made by that were they to plough as deep t on their lauds would be ruined clay, thrown to the surtice. But objec tion we would reply-that have advised turning tip any consi quan tity ofclay at once. though a; time otcasionally would be adva Us to wards deepening the soil; be iy be broke tr any required depth turn ing up the clay, and this ii ad of deep ploughing that we ha:v isted on, and that would doubtl .Such incalculable bentefits to the t r far mers. And one of the indi- ope rations in farming that must ed ti, before any permantnt or I Ve went can ever be etlected in In some countries, and in r the United States, subsoil plough strue ted, for the pourpose of brea stir ring the earth to any desired 'wilh out turning it up. But wh these cannot be eonvenieitly had rable substitute may be supplied-s single coulter set to run-say a foot d t this operation is tedious if perfor ought to be, as the cuts abould be-V to be sulfliciently effectual. An fully convinced that no farmer w 7give this plan of breaL ing land a f and note the result, will ever rea tra time and trouble requircd in n ing the operation. Try it farme on on a few rods, merely to teat Farmers Advocatr. Form te N V. Sp" of SECREFT FOa TAXI.NG ViCtOU Deer Sir-My secret ' Horses is gentieness and mov fear.and' cause hin to present talking kindly to him W tentiou. After having clea or paddock ofevery thing (dogs, chickens, etc.) that will tend in any way to frighten the horse, drive him as gently as possible into n corner and approach him by degrees. that he mny see that t!:ere is no cause for alarm, You mu-,t now rub his face gets ti v oi in n ards (not acnrns nor ..agnist the griof the hair.) and n hen lie becomeus reoticleAd to that, as you will perceive by his rve and countienance. rub his neck and 11e0. ,:ill you coie to bi1 tail, repeating t!e; operion several titme.,silt he will per dit you to haridle his tail freely. You i ay now lead himi ot. no11l call t;pn hill cona-t ily. in a oteay vtoe, to 'cone a long' (whipering the 1% ord-. to -(inme hurses. - htcter thi to speak loud.) nid in about ten iiilmnics or i he will follow yo'i aboit (lisae inme anid gealI. it hr ukin: i horse Io haurnrss or qdaIlc voai 1on1m-t le very geiiale with him. I'or the loiriur ou titay raommlieure by thlrow In a ; rope over tlie bachk, a d lettingf it an~g luooe on both sides. then t-nd him aout, care-ing him as above until [he I c o,,aig litht Ilsteyt wisa not hort t~im:a then :ani lo the bardL n. and pull en fonu the ii traces-- iaisti as atimeb hs i ind nu lurr aiw rth e .radetlleyou mai beriosby ..e m i the blaudake. tedfrubind hkmewt lau a.su h t snogii aa hils aik;zin a htimttlaae iaaa muar .av the ls adle i on , and r fondlin in o/ - mi mea yu maaay ltste wit andra r u-hi wit -ratsaet. aIt isa bterrone lia ea~inln rtoaiamd y is head at irt and keep ims ti.- an hte to la him aaonutilsuPldanra ho forit .o e lainn, y -dgi. a n d leti eu aza ti fg in ome tisn ithe mana~ stgt hit wilth more .. attb.r se tte h oorse kafi na hia.< tmak im' ii'ethe; u if th)iis nnt wele dne'. tuu 1tablitl reoiten li e of biats a ndrr a ne ..ia hariitn ill stoet chi-t inh geor Pttian t Irsor loos dornw ad lt ot retal ti. dvr stse time ithe honarnw isiohi twiliark nt onroken haors lwent loan iatt. Youk bmay ith au oar aer aiind hfree inta Ihisa. In aptteptie ahoe wdr pastin, a a aarg fw 1i5hing, a wi ot caeineor andbeithe a.-t d.takesincaa the lo uadess i ow th fr penor tw~lveili hore ouse m ork cahnim foribou an houate and cured byim, adsbe .To prae a hors for hutingo mnay akei pec.iv 3orase fat ou inenr ainus orin -by e-si'res eas o het loneso h rubI he pb tain ha ano oay froimt50 ad cannes -eatoi make a3 orsefoClate aytou.- ttYour make anysa a's necke fclwts yopeu in hatear vintes. o icoe along a ostaint some iseessitny; ibytaig him wayrmpertotesnt lcaa hos. reet ruidge ladmg ands ytoppng m Scme wimed turn him~ ronall waysan kee hius act. orvoice. The same will cause all hortes to - low. If a horse has an itadury in the fiace, Vou had better put off tainitg hin unail it is well. Toaanagc a contrary 11ace hlorse.-If lie stops or sulks, goto him, anad speak kindly to him; rub him down the face, using the bridle no mnore than you can help; turn him to the right or let. unti di he starts, ts he will be imoat alt to tart. at the second or third motion, then contin sa rubbing hin in the face, talking to hin as in dllier cases,. keepaiig hiilln Iniet by leading him abont. Continu to riob haita in the flace, and usae the ,camte tole of % vCive. To prrrnt a har.r or nuIr fr,.n 'rrakhin, sth halter.- Iir'at trong hraltar l'nt wist feats, that will not draw. at that tllet :ake. h. n j ose; then tsteni him: totui: whhls II- eailot pull lose, A: let h1m1a lld!hn:il I- ist" i lhoaa t pull anv misore, 'iu tlea getiin andri de! hi as mobile ortwo, and if-- hls -4s tin. andu11 let hills stanid giliet. By repeati.: tlh- 'or -a while. 1s regullar u.-e. vons n tu hisler 1t-uos an.% % wre. and hie will Ce sah. ' I5y th.- wn-f a good hal ter, a sorose msai he triwd loo- it a prreos: feed all iight. aiat hai tie .-toiwtsatded, or run offtby wild r hnair-e, otd4 Ihra% e t I'been ot. ' viTh sits w o lisvs haj:IcA ia' with enea' blindfild a lo-rhe, :anld alth-a he a 11 itt' run. To teach a horse to lay dosan.-I'irit vith '.tnle soft handkerchsivfor cloth. tie oee lae Ir; thzen with a stick taps hii lns the other. and say -kneel," sonetinsc iby ruAbbiii him onl the head, and pattang himi o the leg, -ont will induce him to lie down. It appeaas ail horses are in clined to obey yout, nada11 will do so wshena -on teach then that yot -ill tint Isart them. o u will have to emnploy some titne anad Attentttion, a You hIttd better take him by hiriaselIf. Repeat flh trial 3 r-l tIstnes and ),o'n will be stacce safoil. To Accaustom a llurse to the UsC If a Gus, J 5nbrrllat, tc.-Comm illenlice iv ashowilg your reind-hip). by rubbiig the sorae's face with ir hanid: then -saip anid explotde peictig-sn cap widh aaal i lsa- .-ie fri eltu isit : ell Ilhe powder and soke~i :10hen viij wIll tire %It.11 report', until yo skull we tNar removed: then overhead, and be. ld thae hn-,w. ilwoil:dl i-tic. Ilou have a% ery, ild la , li im in a stall, or amail pena. so I, to b1asea: hin att e; tteln fare a gur. all arunad htim.as.d ..:s oft-n tya t1 lua1, speak to him aslut rubl) hilla isa tie Ia-e. ;aSld ithena fire the gun asgain. utitilsl Ie i- fice from staritng. To aanke a horse used to at manrela. walk he fore hin, raisinag is s atio esatig it again; let hitia snell it, ansd rub it over hais hbead; then get ou him, gently raise it asd ride his n alng, unit the fear is over. It is in all case', better to take the horse to sonie new place away frotma hotne; for if you gs to the place where I has been poiled, you will find he is apt to 11rose ckieudr there than elewhere. soaetames, will renetinler four 5 -ear, places and I both good and bad. You tuust rub your ,osne Ctioth sides, for hie may be gettle on or.o I sidsa'd not on the (other. C eo1uanage a KeI.ing florse.-First ll apet,,or y :sur horse, ia which nroistd, and with slats, through 111 over. two or three times,-rnising his ently.hreaor foant liaie<; thean tns s one of bIn thae-letae. Ulf., i ltio huInitat." "fofat.' unstil lie shows na il tps ro r;a#e? a1! r0t. raiae the lot aty, anad pil it ta n ,iaaaae ihree or fir tims; then ::s tall naid titliI ail ta-ar a- retaso i moved. All sOi i h a Ir.e ta d, calabt to. ie d nec tira: ar :.. :. . .:n ar thr,.e day? in siarc.ai i. lioe to .'hiunaaa2 a Uac.-T a' I or toa '"onte place. -is that %ill can lltsa her all mer: tisin altl hei froin your'Iatd: i-d her t'rat s otar hanl I oat haalt 'eed, and in ihaea d;a.% - n ianats tat a:I,;., %mai pl--ase % itth her. ikal it-r I.,ar ilas ta-ot tit the tail. a-. that ha a :.: a a ! i. . onuithing,' like "iuno .,aysuarml' -' 'a laa a chickein ura tsrLey, asd I.a it a, it- lu then witha npiece orailk draw 'your handual:an - ajtutre it. fatea too tha lentth of yoursa. tassd at will laiv ,till for "fimna ttnse. Then stand lasth chicke'a or turkev oat its Itcet, and draw yu aar sal dIII% itt., hilI, or draw t mark rond it. and iIt Wil rensain ia thi "t:agic rin:;" tsar a time. lit lab arain, a .!.y or . fl,1ih lloprse tas es -trikaI I t)t -%s er aint , lbut iLf he i- frighteled. hte ga11ntha-; get al)%n na. r lsa 11rn iaa tle face. lead hita t tahe casa sa alarim. is-n back at %% Ie-re vsoaa gast -t, and ith a ne ls hark i t t ah aoljea.t. a-Ia- ti. ai a I t afr ce of lis hatat anaeallaa' %%il I 1a' anl olt horse. aa als:n aa at: i Its.. i: b .. in ta aiain:: hor--a its -1o as'er lrtd;eAa. i i t aia 1 d.: la-ad thert ase ia-aaii' the 'aaar toaaa ha:de 1' l' !. I ar.-r .<oasla u t i/!.al , nlmou -- (Get aa 'arid daa-atuaaat taoar ar tiae tttea beaafla' aetn sole a oItLat a-I Its 5:aa,. atnd bsy re:lah: msa thai anybs hoa- w~ I .stanad 'tal. Ina consclaa.aaIioni ntsa :ahi -. aa-e t : ei ede. ta be Laand atal genatle: to the-ir feca!-. andas bii as dl ian" avadl ea aaaarea -t .: lhea nai!l .aeldaama haa a net'isa hosae.,i ts ltamaas. I am5, Sr 'a our o~abed:et .1r .a:, I. I). - 'riF: t.a.t'ta: at: 'ar -' Is has baetn a cry tappiraopriatel~y ;atnd henni tiully taidja thaat '-iau-.Jlanuaarc Ihap is liar i'airute r's Go~ld .sine," tanda asrelys a gen te.r tutha wsas, tnever satta-e-al in cinnteCtin wi tha ste ptsanis a;asiulturc, ;as without maltnaare nunac of' ita variouasa branacheas catn be 'ase-'ewinalv c-arried-a sai. hIe::cc thae qusjatio hanaJa is it tat las 'inrtea ! i~ stane sla..at imptane:tl oa e-vry oneI5 canntetad nisthl Iaa antimte sal ahe earth. But nt n' ;lblatan-li: the * th-a ea;a. tandl all :51 : stat it, btaK ls lto afeat a:f K, e ithe' smenna 'aisthlta inu p5oner Ito1 a.!! ta the aquansftaay a-al qaja!a ststt tau:aaan:a. V::raa, i'tb - .taneas,' na hich,. it 1.r l, rl a~andedil cash! bea convtened-l int:aa go-d ma:aaanre. in peratitedl las '(5 l, wa':.. lit ia tmt~t ita till altr :jleN ithal pe1 tas ilata'tall 51 ch alhsanuh heahbyta grosawthl -f future cros.~'-I . r tt'haaai it. sath: ers st i, la pcrit Iur t ulble f'iel-l at-t staly fa toaasw 5pth alaIt-' lh.a waeeds, baat tea lat ih~ n11a . eadS ripena their aeeds, tand t.,-3 na huudlarsa INa toa their taumtber ira satee'aeading yaars. Whiere as, if' thosea atsaea r has j ata fosrmed's thue-inr sedsatal thass-e fachal anerr e'acaed wsitha a luxurian t grsana1t1af e-giale maattenr they,-a sustetance ssf thes 'sail. a ts-v wisad he founid to be e-qual ina value to ;a lighst dressinisg of burst yarad manunre, as theren h:aale tnoI questiont hut that ove'ry susansce, whaetht er venisabule or annal, enpabsle ash dlecomn pssitiosn tatnd et the formntiona of gassest, Is, I in fact vszainale a naflaur. Ftntertamntag , ae ViCWS. and believing in their truth. ive hesitate not to say Iltat, in our opinion, Lbc cost of the necessaty, labor should not be contsidercd so stansd itn the balance igainst the advantages to t.5ult from the :surse we recommeud. We have a most rotable example before us or an eastern armer, whose fields had becone so filled xith charlock as it reider its culture im iracticable-aid who with a resolution wor hy of all prais.e, turned in a first, a second, smi1 a third crop of weeis, no permitting tither to rippeits its seeda, and the result was Lat ly this sisssiilc and provident Process, 1-1 1101 silly g-st rid oif Isis enemusy, but added woo hu cidd perceut io the productive ca acitv of hi.s held-. M uschi, slen, it is evi lesm, ca-n be dune, towda:d the fertiliza i-n of he soil by fhe mere plonghing inof a fcw bsucce-nive crops sf weeds, and ifdone it a proper time, it clenily hus-bandry will se the elTeet. Tins -should, therefoie, be Pis o11te noc saus usCd by farmers to imspart 'rsilitv to their pojs-senin. It is ans obbei %atiun finded on the ex >erience of 'res, that wprn out fields will 4,1 hear ;s heavy a dlosey of lime as those which ar: not exhausAa; tie reatou is ob -i-iusatnd reolvs itelf into this-thiat by I lontg comitiinued curse- of imi ptrovaident cul ure, site soil las bcen ihvcsed of its vegi. aile matter. ilal that tothing remains in lie shape oif dasle comisiaed lood of plants or the action sr the mineral ;i and hence it o, shat ne iften hear tihe ullegation made, bat litise is slow in mniilesting iss good er ects. T;is can only be true when there s fite absencc of matter in the soil conver ible into uourishment for the growing eguables But ws here there are no vegitable car ies to be turned in. to generate the rood of a!ant!, is shiould be the bcuscines ofthe far ier to provide it from sosmse other quarter. Jatrh mud, briars, weeds, thescrapings of 1.1ds. of the :a rn yard. and of fie anood dile, leaves and would li thle ditches, id a liiudred other whstance, which 4iIl prctit theimselvcs to the s-yes of intel igence, may all be successfully pressed in. a the service tofihe flarmer, who has the sprit du corns abost him which all who xpect to succeed ought to have. Our recommentdation, thereforo. is that a man antids a hsorsc and c art le cmjloycl, the ear round if po-sible, it tle ;a:liering of cse maitcrials and lrti.ig thin into usa ure piles, and to these sub-tauces let ten ushels of littme to every two hisudired of the omsipost be added, and thoroughly mixed p wit the other mcria ls. By approptia. mtg the force we have named, to tIl e mc ' ofenmateriatb,: t gn ' taruld be annuas y co leried. miilepeidein tfthe ussal supplies derived from the cow -rd and sntable. A nd ni ill any ose tell us lat ite dime and labor we -ecummend vould not be proflably em-loyed. We lhinsk ntot. li oaldiin to thcse )'les, asid still far her to add lia your manure pile, we sug. ;cst she prlqurievy of N our occupying the s;tre fiie of %aour hand its the collection >l let'a5vs ai-l istdhl frtmi y-our wood's, suf ieictit t) eu er y utir cow-yard a loot deep, aLiig care tos have Site y-trdl so filled up is ti, preserm a bbain-like shapc. being high ! at h i dC thali iln the cnitre, to pre cut tlh: escalie of liiuid matire. By daeint c istanlc-ten ttyoiur cow-yard, oun cast furni-l the mtetanls (if absorption us ail th iqud matiii i tt your stock, and ouvert this beddfin;: of leaes and mould tio ai masntire as valual.le as the dropping ,flte stock itiemselve-. Thi, plan you may say, tak.es iilor, and hat labor costb tmonitey; buts a. farming -a1tito he advalitslagenCts-lV coldoiea d with mi the use of buth i the one and the other. smd this i ste cheliapest mode b which nattre vats ie pirocsrel, mid it i ill great inas te pr ioductive iabiIiiieA of your -, le, e5 itatet not tab saiy that you Its-u!!I a Io; t i!.-.lutri'an F-armear. We t' hae aao mu-d tupont god au .ra,*. 'aan e- worl. in entyV-ix ltandsl, dlur a;.the la-t yars, elenr-al Glas from the ariaduts ofai the Iaborassi oi a handa. is nis protlivwere derived frost the culture ifent5n. EachI htand raisced about tern mies~ and . ajh lontn,tt be-s-iade the corn itnd othes~r articles reqia-ite Jor their own :nsupitin.-Thiis palauter hsas also a arnge herd of castlte, whose aninual increase s worth scveral thaousanid dlolhars, and the -are of which doses snot insterruplt thse ordina -y buainesss acf the farmi, the hsandls being -nabdel to attenud to thsest in the intervals >f planttitng or hat:'esating. TIhe uaouit per acre of thse cotton crop his year falls somewhaut short of the year se,' thaonigh, froms the g rea t incerease in the ittbt stut ofs lad in cultivsat, the export ill hie msucis larger. There laos beets less .mtilia dess ing:e piat summetisr than during sa sis it ihe memott~ry af thle oldest inha aismts waaith na htomi we hasve conversed up ,s the .lhiat 5. Thlere is I owevere, a very arsge ssurphss aC carn sad a heavy tuast hi~sch wa ill mt~ae bread u5nil and fork cheap si .aun. tt!5 lo I rnead castle anid hsorses crcesiacreasisg vaery ratpialy, atnd are sold at .-rv mod sieratse prsicses thoaugh affording ;srde parofts tao thaose waho rear them. as beva .<,si-,t tiponi grass amid catie the year asnssil ni ithaout the expen s f a dollar to ha-ir oi'nter..-Tuaas paper. Not ice. Pl.s~ F )SN$ hsaaing demanstds ngninst the 'n tate bbi Ehjshl Wau:son, seur., deceased, re requsested tao pnrIett theim tos the subsesiber tn due t'orm.nntd thmose indsebtedi to time maid es. ate. arc hterebsy cqjuiared to mnake imediate snel-TILLM1AN WATSON. Ez'ter. ea...embv231a.11 d 34