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Swlbas ?..,<** ???.?.=. CIIERAW. S..'.. W.,1)NES?AY. NOVEMBER & 1*37. ,?"""' ' J8
I -?=
L TERnS.
r * If paid within three months, - 300.
k Ifpaid within three monthi iftor the close
K ot the year, - - - - - - - 3. 50
If paid within twelve months after the
^ - close of the year, 4. 00
^^9 If not paid within that time, ... 5. 00,
^^^9 A company of ten persons taking the paper I
the same Post Office, shall be entitled to it at $25
I provided the names be forwarded together, act
^^9 aco;npanied by the money.
No paper to be discontinued hut at ho option
of the Editor till arrearages are paid.
Advertisements inserted for 75 cents per square
oi lees the first time, and 37$ for each subsequent
insertion. >
Persons sending in advertisements are required
to specify the number of times they are to be
iv.se*tod; otherwise they will be continued till
ordered out, and charged accordingly.
(CJ*The Postage must be paid on all cominu
nications
DC. McLANE, in returning his sincere
thanks to the citizens of Society Hili
nd vicinity for their liberal patronage respect,
fully informs them and the public that he is pre.
pared to execute all orders in his line with das.
patch in the latest and most approved fashion?
that he is now receiving a suitable and well
* 1 L ???l r*!noim?*rAA. Veslisv,
^ A ' ^^^^SbUsSc. with ample slipply of'Mrrrrpondin^
trimmings to dispose of on good terms.
' Society Hill, Oct. 25tb, 1837. 30?16
Buckwheat Flour,
FOR sale by
JOHN EVANS & CO.
Cheraw, March 6th. I7:tf
Caution.
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
trading for a note given by me to William
Bums, about the middle of March last, for
ninctv dollars; as the-property not proving what
- it was represented to be, I am determined not to
_v. / pay it unless compelled by law.
T. J. MILES.
Brownsvillo S. C. Oct 25 1837 ~ 51?3t
Commission Business.
ifWlHE undersigned have commenced tho for.
JL warding and commission business in George
Town S. C. under the firm of C. H. Nettles
Co. AU orders will be pron ptly itPndrd to.
" E. NETTLES.
- ^ G. A. McKAV;
Georgetown, 23d, Oct. 51 3t.
(For Sale
FH1WO beds nearly new at 45 cents per lb.?
JL One large mattrass at .$10; ono common do
at $1. Also
OncGigandHarness at$100.
A. W. CIIAMBLISSThe
Bank of Camden, S.C. >
Oct. 2Oth, 1837. 5
* fWlIIE third and last instalment cn tho new
JL Stock of this Bank, is payable on Wednes-1
day 1st November next; and the same, being
?10 per share will be received on or before that
day, at the Planters and Mechanics Bink,
Charleston; the Commercial Bank, Colombia
the Merchants' Bank, Chcraw; and at the Bank.
ing House in Camden.
By order of the Board.
W. J. GRANT, Cashier
Gray's Invaluable Ointment.
FOR THE CURE OF WHITE SWEL.
LINGS, SCOOFULA AND OTHER
TUMORS, SORE LEGS
AND ULCERS, SCALD
(HEAD, TETTERS,
RHEUMATIC
PAINS, die. die. dee.
? * .V- ttRTTr; STORE.
fg l UK saic at tun ?
JT Nov. 1S37.
, Semple's Improved Patent
Truss.
' ^ >FWlHISoelebrated instrument for th-> radical
Jb. cure of H ruia may be had at the D* ug
Store:
Nov. 1837MOIASSSS.
f Ak Hhds Cuba Molasses.
,, - JL xF 20 Bbls. New Orleans do.
( For sale by W. A, T BAILEY & Co
12th June, 1837. 31
Carpenters & Joiners Planes
&c, &e.
A MONG which are she following, viz:?
-/m Plow, Astragals, Dadoes, Fillisters, Grecian
Ovolos, Og es and quirk Ogees, Sash, Bead
.and Match Planes, HoIIowb and Rouuds, Snipe
Bills, Rabbet, side Rabbets and Reeding Planes,
Smooth, Jack, Fore and Jointer Planes (double
and single Irons) Firmer chisels, Spring Dividers,
squares Ac. Marking and Morticing Gua.
ges, Key hole, Tenant and Hand Saws: Also
T '? IK??? VIloc Knrinrs Kaila & C. &C.
lAltlia, t HUB)
For sale cheap by
D. MALLOY.
Oct. 25th, 1837.
Notice.
ALL persons are hereby warned not to trade
with or credit any slave or other person of
color owned or employed by the subscriber,
without a written order, The law will be enforced
against those who do so whenever legal
evidence of the fact can be obtained.
EDWARD BOWNES.
Oct. 25th, 1837. 30?3t
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Bacon and Lard.
A LBS. Prime Bacon.
4000 LBS. Lard.
For sale by . M.BUCHANAN.
Sept. 6 53 tf
Sheriff's Sales.
* ILL be sold on the first tnonday in No
If If vember next within the legil hours at
the house of Archibald Campbell on Jemmies
1 Creek, Four stacks op fodder levied on as the
I property of Archibald Campbell at the suit of
J Peter L. Robeson and son vs. A. Campbell.
B ALSO, will be sold on the first tuesdvy in
K November next within the legil hours at the
B the house of Ma/com McLeod on Skippers Creek;
Twelve head of Cattle, levied n as the property
B of Donald Nicholson at the suits of Goodrich
B Webb & Co., and Mark Iiailey vs. Donald
B Nicholson,
B lermsCash. Purchasers will pay for Sheriffs
papers.
A. M. LOWRY, ShfF. C. I).
17th October, 1837. 29?3t
" 1 Corn & Meal.
B rVIHE highest market prices will be paid fo
1 the above articles, which are now vory
H scarce. Apply to J. MALLOY &. Co.
Brirk Store.
66WJ|ARCHED Coffee is the True Doctrin
JL but burnt is down-right heresy."
An article can be had at the Tin Shop t
which the process of rousting Coffee can be g
at without impairing its flavor; add with mut
'ess trouble than by the old method.
October 18,1837, 29?2t.
For Rent.
THAT largo and commodious Store Houi
and cotton sheds lately occupied by Mcssr
| Gregg & Marshall on Church street, and ownt
by J. B. Billingsly, Esq. For terms apply to
BROWN BRYAN
Sept. 20th, 1837 45?4t
VV. 11. Scarborough.
PORTRAIT painter at Darlington C. I
will be happy to attend to any commanc
from the neighboring districts.
October 18, 1837. * 29?3t
Factorage and Commissioi
Business.
' 'W fi.,Kooritu?p h.iR rfiKiimrd the FACTOI
'J_'AGEaJTd COMISSION BU SINESS, an
respectfully tenders his services to his friend
and &J1 who may commit their interest to hi
' ? ""tTEORGE COTCHfefT"
T. Edmondston's wharf.
Aug. 23 41 tn:
0*The Camden Journal, Columbia Telescope
Georgetown Union and Cheraw Gazette, wi]
publish the above until the first of Novembei
aud orward their accounts as above.
CEPHALIC, AROMAliC, SCUTCl
AND MACCABOY SNUFFS.
FOR sale at tho DRUGSTORE.
Jpril 26 24
Notice.
THE Copartnership heretofore existing of K
Bennett & Co. has this day been disso'vei
by mutaal consent. All those indebted to san
firm will make payment, and thoso to whom the
are indebted will present their claims to Johi
N. Williams, who alone is authorised to setll
the businesi of the Company.
JNO. N. WILLIAMS,
K. BENNETT.
July 14, 1837. 36 3mo
John Evans & Co.
HAVE jest received Molasses, Sugar, Col
fee, Rite, Flour, Bacon, Tallow &. Spern
handles, Spanih Segars and Cavendish Tobacc
[best quality,J Spadts, Shovels, Weeding Hoef
Hollow Wave,&c which, in addition to thei
former stock, comprises almost every articl
adapted to this market, and is now offered fo
sale on as good terms as can be had at this pluci
Cheraw, March 1st. 17:lf
Lime.
QA BBLS. Stone Lime Fresh and unslack
cd, can be had, if applied for, in twent
days.
A. P. LACOSTE.
July 12, 1837. . 35:tf.
"LSMO.IT syrup,
A? D02. Bottles li-esh Lemon Syrup, for sal
" 1VO MALLOY &, CO.
June 14,1837.
Removal.
THE subscribers lave this day removed to
NEW BUILDING one door below thci
old stand, and offer for *ale a large and extensiv
stock of NEW & FASHIONABLE GOOD*
consisting of Dry Goods, Hardware, 6c Gri
ceries; Also?a large stock of Domestic an
Foreign Liquors 6c Wlnci; all of which will b
; sold low for cash or eounttv piodnce.
i & R IIAILEY.
Feb. 11, 1837.
For Siile,
AT A A Sacs salt, 9 to he ton, at the coj
FF ^F IF and charges;
.jjlOO barrels fresh Lime ju* landed from Sell!
Comet, $175 by th? .0 barrels.
80 bales of irrsh Hay.
40 boxes leaf tobacco at 7 ts.
15 hhds* Molasess 2' 30 eta
e. waterman.
Gorgctown, Nov, 10, 1837^
49?3t,
Sheriff's Sa)es.
BY order of the Court of Ordinary of Cliei
terfield district will* bo sold'it Chcstcrfiel
Pnnrt House, on the first Monday in Novembf
next, one tract of land near 44 Wights Fo'.ly
on Big Westfields Creek, (belonging to the Ei
tate of Win. Hinson dcc'd.) containng 202acrt
more or lees, adjoining land belonging to Joh
Clarke, J as. Everett, Thrashly Whilj and Wn
Pegues.
Conditions. A credit until the fvt day <
January 1839; tho purchaser to givcBond t
Note and good security with interest jom tb
day of sale, and Mortgage on the premies toth
Ordinary if necossary to secure the turchiu?
money. Purchasers will pay for Shelff's T
ties. t
ALFRED M. LOWRY, Shff. ?. D.
For JSale.
A set of Merchant's Patent Balancos\ wit
weights complete. It will be sold c^np.
J, HERVIY.
Oct 18. 1837. 29?
Rank of Georgetown, S. C )
12th October, 1837." | $
THE Subscribers to the Stock of this hsti
tutiou arc hereby notified, that the ja)
nientofthe Third Instalment of its capital, vil
be required on Monday the 6th of Novcnbe
next, and that tho same may be paid at li
Bank here?at the Commercial Bank, Columtt
?the Merchants' Bank atCheraw.or to Mess)
John Frascr & Co. Charleston.
J. CHAPMAN, Cashies.
Oct. 14. ~ 30?2t
rflHE exercises of Mrs. Green's school coi
menccd on the 16th inst. at her residen
opposite to Mr. Stinemetz Hot?l. A few mo
boarders can be accommodated.
Oct. 25th. 1837. 30?tf
TTMBR3L1AS
AHD PARASOLS.
? DOZEN Silk and Cotton Umbrellas; ai
2 dozen Parasols. For sale by
J. MALLOY A Co.
f June], 183 . 31 tt
Java, Laguira, & Rio offee
A GOOD supply of the above ariiole on ha
and for sale, by
J. MALLOY &, CO.
Feb. 6th, 1837. 13:tf
BOOK BINDING.
THE subscribers have established themseh
in the above lino of business in Cher
and offer their services to its citizens.
U. BAZENCOURT. & CC
Bheraw, S. C.. Jan. 26.
^ ^ V ' '
sj J
e,| Dissolution.
>y Hjn, [jp; copartnership heretofore existing unde
ot JL tha firm of Scolt?& Koclcr, is this day dis
:h solved by mutual consent. All tliose indebted t<
saidfiim are requested to make payment hefori
the first of January. Those who neglect to do so
? will find their accounts in tho hands of an At
torncy for collection.
sc SCOTT & KEELER.
g Choraw, 2d Oct. 1837*
;d Tqe business will be continuedhcronftor py
S. KEELER.
27 ' 3m
? ~ P.ICE.
Casks of Rice just received, and for sale
, t# by W. & T; BAILEY & Co,8*
June, 1837. 31 * tf.
Copartnership Formed.
? rW^IHE subscribers have this day formed a coJL
partnership in business, under the firm ol
1 - W. & T. BAILEY & CO.
- c\.? ? :?.j
tnd have taken tne oiorc iau:iy ucuupiwi uj m*.
> V.. P. LaCOSTE, one door north of Kershaw
j street. W.J. BAILEV,
, T. B. B AILEE,
JOHN W; Moil A E
18 9:tf
POLICIES will l>e issued upon Buildings
Merchandise in Store, and on the rivor to
^ and from Charleston and Georgetown; also on
II Cotton in store. Persons living in the country
and towns adjacent by givinga description of their
' property, can have it insured against loss ordatn
t ago by fire.
* D. S. HARLLEE, Agent at Chcraw, for
Insu. Co. of Columbia, S. C.
April 10.1836. 26tf.
_ MALCUM BUCHANAN
IS now receiving and for sale,
50 pieces Bagging,
' 20 bags Laguira and Rio Coffee,
, 3Jc*ses Hats,
20doz.Cap'),
V Qfl I?Amlir>r?
' uu i vnwii^ vuu
1 A few sets Blacksmith's Tools, with a pood
e stock of Saddlery, Hard ware,Crockery ware &c.,
all of which will bo sold low for cash , or barter
for couniry produce,
Nov. 22.1836 .
Drug Store.
f BlIIE Subscribers have removed to their New
JL Store on Front Street, opposite to that of
. Taylor & Punch's where they have and will con,
tinue to koep, a full and complcto assortment of
r Drugs, Medicines, Surgical Instruments,
e and Shcrp Furniture ; Also :
r Paints, Oik, Glass, Dye Stuff's, & Perfumery
s. All of which thry propose selling on the moat
reason ihle terms; and p -.rticularly so, to those ma
king large purchases.
Any article they may not have oh hand when
applied for, will be procured on short notice.
POWE & MALLOY. ,
r ? i A? . in ?c
roajcnzisi. i,
Morus Multicaulus Trees
THE subscriber has from 25,000, to 40,000
Moms Multicaulus trees now growing at
0 his residonoe, with roots or 1, 2, and 3 years old
which will be ready fbr sale this fall, and v\ liich
he will sell on moderate terms.
EDWD. P. ROBERTS..
Baltimore Md.
a
1 ''Dissolution."
f? FBlHE Copartnership in Trade at Ccntu
? Montgomery N. H. under the name ana
d 6tylc of Thos. Allen Sl Co. has been dissolved by
? mutual consent.
J. M.& J ALLEN.
THOS. ALLEN.
THE firm of J. M. & J. Allen of Allrntor
has alsojbeen dissolved. Having bought out thr
stock intradc of the late concern, the subscri.
ber will oOi inuo the business at Centre, here,
r, after on his own account.
ES ALLEN.
September Oth, 1837. 27 3t
Bacon! Bacon!
ANTED 10,000 lbs primo N. C. cured
*? Bacon for which the highest market price
will 4e paid if delivered prior to the 10th Au
gust. Apply to J. >1 ALLOY &, Co.
July J Oth, 1837. Brick SUne.
Notice.
' MTHEREAS RICHARD PHELAN, Mcr.
WW chant of this town, having a signed all
his estate and effects to the subscribers upon
trust for the benefit of his creditors.
s" Notice is hereby given to said creditors that in
8 order to avail themselves of the benefit of the
n assignment, they mu6t establish their claims on
or before the first day of November next, and
f a?I"w3 u> discharge the said Phclan from ail furUier
liability, upon receiving the dividend allow.
)r ed.
ie Notice is also hereby given to all those indebt.
'e od to the said Fhclan, that immediate payment
5 must bo made to the assignees.
CONLAW LYNCH, ?
J AS. W. BLAKENEY, \
Assignees of
R. Phelan.
Cheraw. Sept. 11th, 1837. 44 8t
New & cheap Goods.
milE Subscriber has just received and open.
JL ed au unusually largo andextnnsive assortment
of seasonablo Goods, carefully selected by
himself iu New York, in Sept. last. Those
wishing to purchase, may find it to their interi
est to call and examine before buying, as he
)hinks his stock will be found to comprise as
11 general an assortment as any in the place; and
r he is confident that he can sell as iow as goods
e can be afforded in this market. Merchants fiom
a tho country will find his stock so large as to
f. merit their attention. He cordially invites aH
* to call and judge for themselves. It can at all
events, do no harm to come and see He cannot
neglect this opportunity of expressing his grati.
? tudo to his friends and the public, for the liberal
n? share of patronage with which he has always
ce been favored. D. F. M'ARN.
ro, Nov. 21st, 1836.
' From tho N. II. 0\ i?"n r.
AN HONEST LAWYER'S FEE.
I It is now five years dnco the widow
Utiles called on me one morning before
rid Ireakfast, and asked me ?o recommend her
t? some lawyer, as she thought her friend
9^ubbs was less correct than ho might be.
? I asked her to step into the parlor, and
went myself to my breakfast, and my
wife, whose advice I always asked on such
points. We had known Mrs. Jared Stiles
many years; her husband was a greal
? iand owner in a goodly town of the western
country, and with a disinterested love, that
di^erved some better aim, ever pressed il
aw on his help mate, as the first rule of life
) to ^et all she couid, and keep all she got.
rietdied and Mrs. S.iJe* became more am
laBii i
?ra?
more religious and aims-giving, but also
r mot*e and more fond of wealth, and sensible
of the admirable advice, which her hus>
ha id had given her.
J I stated the facts to my wife, and waited
' her opinion. M Well William," she said
after drinking a cup of coffee upon my
etorv,? I fear the old lady has some money
jetting in view; you know she has of
late given all her affections to getting more
vvertih. I would therefore recommend her
to the most honest and conscientious
lawyer in town, and not to the most acute
! apd fiorough. She relies on your judg.
ment^ use it, not for her seeming, hut her
realyood."
I pountcd my legal acquaintance twice
. ovr, before I hit oa one answering to the
; terrm "tfionest and conscientious," in the
sense in which I knew Ellen used them.
At lejijjth I found him, and taking my hat !
-?11?I. i.diU ,? . 1?.i, 4/N Ivl^ / (Tino
WaiKtli Willi 1UC WIUUW IV IIIO UU1VV.
W^found Mr. Sawyer at his desk; he
rosftf vl gave Ua chair? and waited Mrs.
S.iles' statement. Buf before 1 go on fo
this point, let me say a few words on this phenomenon
; this man with his head un- .
der his left arm, close to his heart?this .
honest lawyer, in the broadest, highest ^
seuseof the term. He was a man of thirty-five;
he had studied law because he
liked the study, and began die pracico be.
cause ho had to get a living; and now he
continued in the profession in spite of bad j
opposion, and bad courts?because he
thought he had done, and might do much
good by his labors; not alone by saving the innocent
and needy from the strong nnd
cruel, but preventing strife, putting a stop
to half knavish practices, and dissuading
men and women from unjust suits, and <
? ? ? ? ??1". If. 11? ru r
passiuil-ruusiug quarrels. mi. mu?jvi s
thought it not only proper for him to refuse |
acting for those whose claims Ke thought
dishonest, but he counted it also a duty
and privil go, nay more, christian charity
to strive to persuade to forego such claims.
He ought fame and extensive practice as
means whereby to exert a moral influence
over the commnnity; he thought a lawyer
bound to serve, not his client only but God
and country, and looked on him, who for
gain would prosecsle a suit which he tho't
unfair, as a traitor to his country, and his
religion, in act, whatever he might be in
intention. In short, as Bill Blunt once said,
" Sawyer was such a hanged fool as i
think it an attorney's business to. help the
parson make good christians."
And now we shall let Mrs. Stiles state ,
her business. It seemed that her husband
hud sold and conveyed several lots, which
her fa;her had left in trust for her, and In
such a form that she meaning to release her
fee in the lots, hid in terms, merely released
right of dower :?these ets sho understood
she could get back.
Did you receive the money tor h?m?" said (
Mr. Sawyer.
ertiinly, sir."
44 Was it a fair, full pi h e for the laud?"
*'I was all we asked, sir."
"Did you sign the deed willingly?"
"Of course; do you think Jared would
have driven me to do if?"
"Did you mean to convey a full title in
foe Mrs. Stiles?"
"Beyond doubt; as we did'nt, they tell
me the land never passed."
^ ^ f ~ t Kofi Knfln
OUppusc M19. Ollic^j liiu niuiicjr iiuu uvv.u
paid before you had drawn the deed, sho ii > I
you have thought it honest after getting her
money, to refuse to give the deed ?"
44 Why, lawyer that would have been '
thieving right down."
44 Well. Mis. Stiles, you have not yet
given the deed, shall I draw one for you
to sign ?"
44 Why, bless your soul, Sawyer, that is
the deed you have got in your hand."
44 Mrs. Stiles, if you had given the man
when he paid the money for the lots! a shoo
of blank paper, and he had not looke i at
it, would that have been u deed ?"
44 Of com se not."
44 But you meant to give a full tile io
fee V
"Yes."
44 Well, this is not such a title any more
than a sheet of blank paper, you have not
yet given the deed. Shall 1 draw a qi.it
claim deed for you to sign ?"
Mrs. Stiles looked at me, and looked at
lie window, looked very much puzzle I an
somewhat ashamed. At last she said,
"But don't the law say the land's mine,
squire V'
u We can't tell tha'," said Mr. lawyer,
" till the case is tried. First, let us ge '
things straight, an 1 have the bargain comdete,
and'hen if you please, we'll go o
law about i."
The widow was fairly caught in th * cor- '
ner. At length, with a gasp, sLC".sk?d,
how much he would charge for a quitclaim
deed ; this eliarge the a torney told !
her the o'her party would willingly pay,* he
had no doub\ and taking down a blank procat.-ded
to fill it. Before we left, the deed J
\vn< signed, witnessed and acknowledged.
" And pray,*' said the widow as We walked
heme, 44 what sort of a lawyer do you
call this man ? I verily believe cheated me
out of all them 'o's ; I've a great mind to
go back and tear that de d all to flinders."
I assur? d her that t was not only too
late but that she had done the proper thing
under the circums anees, and aivisd her
in fu:ure to employ no one hut Mr. Sawyer.
But M?\ Sawyer. Much to mv surprise,
sh ; took my advice, and that gen.
' tleman was henceforth her sol.citor and
counselor.
i
Last week the widow Stiles died, leaving
[ me her executor. After the funeral we
' opened her will, arid found it, to our astouj
ishinent, in her own hand writing.
44 Know ye all," it began,44 that whereas
|
Km going to give sow tftng o my at or.
nev, 1 wr to this myself?that is, 1 Jane, rehot
of Jared Stiles, being of sound mind and
body?know all men, that said attorney, to
wit, videlicet; James Sawyer* of t-'is town
that Tin-of namely, the town of Jackson,
whereas, I say first led me to see lite fojly
of giving my old age to the heaping up
filthy lucre, and cured me to turn aside from
a course that was as I have since seen,
wholly wrong, for which may he be blessed
in this life and for ever?Therefore, know
ye, that as a small token of respect and
love for said attorney, to. wit, nal ,
Jame- Sawyer,who has of late been unfor* ;
lunate and much distressed in worldly matters,
I do hereby by these presents, give,
bequeath, will, leave transfer, make over,
and pass unto aforesaid Sawyer, every
rent I've got in the world ; goods, chatties,
lands, money, books, dress and jewels, for
his and his tteirs'good; leaving it with him
to give t my several friends,such articles as
are marked with their names. Witness _
itiy baud aviu sEal, November "2 Jib, 1838
JANE STILES." . fJ
Knowing as 1 did, Mr. Sawyer's troubles j
n these bard imes, I shook his hand most <
oyfully. ? .
" It is a fee my friend," said he," that 41 j
nust thank you for."
" Site must leave $50,0.00,"J replied.
" I was thinking," answered" he, u tu t ,
)fthe money, but the- change of lifo ;u.d J
letrt; that is the feel prize." J. M. P.
??? ?> (
AGRICULTURAL. ^
{
From the Southern Agriculturist. I
GRAPES
Mr. Editor,?Many express a desire to 5
mltivate this delicious fruit, could they be i
jure of success. It is easy to coveran ar- I
ior, or an espalier, with a luxurunt vjjie, ( I
>ay they, but the fruit ii the thing : we i
a ant to be assured ofit.a desire is very ha- i
;ural; but if no experiments are made they <
itust be content to forego the enjoyment <
jf the arbor and its pcodace. Every gar-,
len of moderate area, should have a few
/ines for family use, and the gratification
}f such friends as cannot afford the pi
jpace. Every city, town, and village, can. \
produce the grape, in yerv considerable ,
rjuanities; and if the quality i$ uct good, S
it will be the fault of the cultivator, * The i
first requisite is a good root, or good cuttings,
and these may be .obtained at little <
ur no expense. I think roots .preferably
locuttiqgs,?the pith iirtbeeoid of the !at-_
ter, being exposed to lite h?at of fli sulij
and every change in the atmosphere* the
health of the vine is apt to suffer,- nod the
fruit deteriorate. This is one ok the re?
sous why it is sometimes complained, that
Mr. Such-an-one's cuttings do notproduce
as good fruit as the parent vines, and the
unlucky wight is straighiway charged with
deception, ns if disappointment might not
result from other causes. Cuttings f?ora
(he same vine, and taken at the same tidv,
will produce fruit of different quantities ;
tlmt depending on carc^ soil and location.
Roots, it is thought, canoqt be had without
much trouhlt, and perhaps great expense
but this is quite a mistake : and I will put
your readers jn the way of procuring the
best of roots, at no expense or trouble other
than the cost of seeding, of as many
raisins as they want seeds. Some may
know the grape will grow from he raisin,
but I believe very few do. Not having
tried t ie experim lit, 1 cannot speak wnn
certainity, but I am of opinion that the.
fresh white Malaga grape also, will grow
from the seed. 1 mean those packed up
with saw-dust in jars," They may not, us
they are much more liable to rot than
raisins; being curd, they are much
more moi?t, and the seed may not germh
nate. 1 think, however, the seed will
prove sound in all plump, perfect grapes.
Fruit of ihe growing crop will he in market
early in the fall ; aud I intend to supply
myself wiih the seed as early as possible;
aud recommend to all disposed to experiment
upon this suggestion, to do the came.
Separate the pulp very carefully from the
seed, that the germ may not be injured,
dry them in the sun, and that they may not
be approached by insects,cork them up in a
phial- The ordinary process of eating
the grape or raisiu is the best for cleansing
the seeds, taking care to avoid the teqth,
and not to p ss the seed too rudely against
the roofofthe mouth. The germ end is
very tender in both, but much more so m
the seed of the uncurod grape. Raisi seed
will require very little sun diying, and
both raav be injured by too mu h In
this way I feel confident, roots may be j
oht lined of the white Malaga grape, and'of
8 cry variety i f raisin imported into tins
coun ry, except the Sultana, which is an
a lomuious frui', if it docs in fact carry no
seed. I suspect, however, the seed is
very adroli y abs;racted. With referent e
to procur'ng roots from the seed of raisins, J
can speak confidently, having a few years
ago tr ed the experiment merely to satisfy
my curiosity. I sheeted two or rhr :e of
the finestlooking raisins of the kind known
as Muscatel Royal, and perfectly free from
the appearance of being candied, or sugar-,
ed?clean, pupy, and well cured. I put
the seed in .he end of a bed, in the gardeq,
and it came-u;> .finely. The location had a
northern aspect, and was therefore unfav.
orablo to the plant; the buildings, too,
completely shaded it after ten o'clock ;
yet it flourished and grew to about the
height of seven or eight inches, when, unfortunately,
my horse got into the garden,
and destroyed if. My curosity was gratified
most fully, and had I owned the premises,
th< y should now boast an arbor covered
with the best Royal Muscat Is. I
trust the day is not distant, when we may
talk of our " vine clad hills and vine.
troy most of the fruit bjjds, but
Tiove al! useless foliage. *
e ives 'will increase in sizt? and the JsuBl
ind air having free access toibe fruit anJB^
rine, the whole will be morelwd hy.^ If-jKL
he cultivator is Willing to dispense jwtli^ajBhe
shaded jet liitn set up one or w&fe
>f posts, ten feetajiart, and a?mgn/^g1rivr:^p
Cedar, junipei, or cypress posts vyourdJ
it to-preserve them from rqX T^ce;
owe r slat four feet from ihq giaundj'
lers reach the upper gla't. train
t, and let them imcrweave and pags'eac^SjRv
it her. in this way, j^faay ^
iesired, can b?, .traji^jjtt?4 ^
unco to' procure tlu?i*
wing planting, we*take the-liVt^
DOfl Morus Muhicauiis;
Mulberry trees.for sale. -The roots
chiefly two and three years o!d,-^MsM*
ed on the first opening of aaeart .
spring, mightbeica from r;
sell our trees with ilieir heads ^
companies as well take 9000'of dp'.vur^'
we will make the price ira ohjt&~ That :h'? J* - ^
variety of the rrjulber/y is beteri^p*^.
than 'any other to feeding the
still_ permitted to
it in fresh .slaked lime, beforivso^g
brand % the two species of umu^hftro
to the grain, nnd^are propVIIed thibagH
sapr vessels of the- plant, ;to,the 'gejcgaftftOte g;
youhgjrraiir. -The salt ati,d ? ;
vitality of these seeds.~3%e
licves itr be die 9 a me kmd of
worthless stuff! that h?s4rom
orial, been made by bcrtlwgdo^;eirk?V
is not wrthin my province, at this ~timc? "
attempt to convince such, that'th
chemicnl difference, though it might-eas fvO
be shown, that they are almost
as sugar and vinegar. 1 would, hawevv^S^R
invi e them to lay asiYe their cidert^eyeer^*^. :
and try the plan of boiling down the jufce <3F.''
of the apple that has no. been e.vposST
the air by grinding and pressing, 'XSi : - ~
Last autumn, { placed a mipib^r
shels of WothcrillVsweetiag ?pifar
ant to steanMhtm; when tiicy had'boifi^l
soft, I turned them into a now splinter bds. ; jMjjTket,
containing some straw, and placed
hem a barrel head, and atieavy
The juice was caught in a tub.' Tnfs i
repeated*until-1 had juice enough to fill ^
kettles, when I commenced boiling it*dowoT- '
n I attei ded to it strictly, frequ ntly Slitf.
itiing it, till it became of the eons?s:euey >
cane morasses ' The na:Ivo acids ot
fruit imputed a peculiar flavor, otherwise! $
it ceuid hardly-be distinguished from J
syrup of the cane. It was used in my fem. .. ^jjfc^
fly for making sweetmeats, for sweetening
pies* for dressing on puddings and griddle
cakes, and a variety of other purposes. The B&j
cost of making it is very trifling, and the. -Sr,
means are within the reach of every farmer. - .ilf
INDIAN SHREWDNESS. ~W-\
? Some years ago, some Indians wese
siting the Capitol, .and seemed to be resfles#f ;?L.
while witnessing t he uproar of tire House. /Cm?
On being taken into the Senate, the grave,
ord rly appearacce ofit8 body struck, their -'W'
savage minds with awe at or.ee. Aftec^Xj^H

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