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CHERAW GAZETTE ; AN" P EE HEE FARAER. M. MacLean, Editor and Proprietor. CiiERAW, S-C. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1839. Vol. IV. No. j m -3 r? Vg * ad a * N* I* paid within three months, - - 00 If paid within throe months after the close of the year, - .'I 50 If paid within twelve months after the cl^ of the year, 1 00 If ac^LuiJ within that time, ... - 5 00 A^knpanv of ten persons takmgthe pe-per at the m|L Post Otiicc, shall !>e entitled to it at $03 ; [>rovT\^* the names ho tor warded together, and j aco:n?*jh|ed by the money. No ^ip er to bo discontinued but at lie option of tho rantor till arrearages are paid. ^Advertisements not exceeding sixteen lines, inser.cl for ono dollar the first lime, and fifty cents, cash subsequent insertion Persons sending in advertisements arc requester. .0 specify* the number of times t!icy are to be i'.sc teJ; otherwise they will be continued till ordered out, and charged accordingly. XT*The Post ;go must be p-id u.i all coannti. j jeutio.is. Morns Multicaulis, Or genuine new Chinese Mulberry, A LARGE slock of best Southern raised } lately pat into the hands ot* the subscriber ! for disposal, at thirty dol'arsa thousand, for buds, ' and twenty cents a foot for main stein anil rool. And discount for largo trade, say five per cant, for tiro hundred dollars worth, and ten for one j thousand dollars or more. But as the price is , still rising, (now four cents a bu 1 in many pla. 1 ces,) o wing to t!io very inadequate supply for the ; increasing demand, it iVsuggested that, to pre. [ vent disappointment, those n jt immediately ap. j plying to secure at above prices, shoild expect an i adoarws auJsay in order "at going rates."} Again ; as tlie season is advancing, and, Utile : time for negoeiatioi:, as to distant deliveries j against early [best) time of spring planting, it is j stated that no quota is fo be for war Jed until pay. ipent is first made or secured at place whither 1 ordered ; say here, Enfield, Halifax, Petersburg, ! ^' 1 O ?11 . r\ ? if nf *i ??n in | Ufteraw, mianesiou, uamuiun., v.. u..^ j..... ( our country, accessible by water or rail.rood j conveyance. SIDNEY WI2LLEU. j BrinkleyviLc, 1 la/if ax co., } N. C. Jan. C'J, i633. S 23 Administrators Notice. Til E Cre litors offLram Tryon deceased aro ' requested to call and receive on their debts , 25 per cent. The next and last dividend, will, it is hoped, be made in a few mouths. Soma of tho debts are not yet collected and a little property is unsold. ALX. GRAHAM. A J.nr. Cheiaw, Fed. 12, 133D. 13 tf To Builders. PROPOSALS will be received till the first of .March for building on the Lot of tho | "Clier.iu Presbyterian Society" a Session Il nise according to a Plan ami specifications which may be seen at tho Coohstoro of Mr. Prince or learned by addressing G. II. 1MJN LIP. C.iairn mi of (! .?'? n1pi?r>. | Clieraw, Feb. 13. 193'J. 13 ?f For Sale. I TWO lots in I'owo Town, one adjoiningr Mrs. Oo liu's ami fronting Alex. Mclve I Eaqr's. tho olhcr in lite rear, whob six hundred f?et by one hundred, wi 1 be cheap, apply J. HKI1VV. Cheraw, llith Feb. 1S39. 13 2t Law Notice. 4LEXANDER GRAM AM and J. W. Plakc. i noy, have entered into cop trfneishi? to practice Law under the name of Graham &. Blakoney. Ofliee on Maikct Street. A. GRAUAM. 1. W. BLAKKNEY. Clieraw Feb. 13. 1839. 13 tf Notice. BMcINT OSil has taken tho Store lately occupied by A. F. Lacoste Esq. and is now offering lor sale a desirable stock of goods, consisting in part of tho following. Sail,. Sugar and Codec, Molasses in lids and Carrels, Swecdcs and English Iron (assorted}, Rice, Chccso, i Mackerel, Tanners Linseed and Sperm Oil, Whito Load, Window Glass and I'uttv, Bagging, Rope and Twine, Cut and Wrought Nails, Snip L r.tlinr. Old Madeira. Sicily and M daga Wines, Steoi Trace Chains, Axe? Weeding llocs, j Loaf and Lump Sugar &e. ?5r.c. . With a general assortment of Dry Goo s, Hats, Shoes and Hardware, all of which will be disposed of at the lowest prices for cash or on the usual time to responsible and prompt per. sons. Cheraw, Feb. 2d, 1539. Persons indebted to the late tirm of B. Mcln tosh & Co., aro earnestly requested to call and settle their accounts. 13 _tf Notice. IN pursuance of t!ie third section of the act of the last <-ession of the Legislature, entitled an act 4,To authorise the formation of tiie Charleston, Georgetown uud Al Saints Bail Road Company" Books of su scription for Stock in said company will be opened in tins piace it .U > >rj's llol'l 0:1 the first .Mo day in March next. A. P. LACOSTK. I). AI ALLOY. .f. C. WADSWORTIL Commsrs. for Cheraw, Ciutraw Feb. 13,1839. 13 3t Notice. PERSONS indebted to the K.statc of David 1 G. Coit, late o4 MarUtorougli District, are i i a - -1. _ r? w - ! requested to maKe payment 10 me xeev. j. cCoit, whose receipts will be received by me for all payments that may be made between this time and the loth of March next. JOHN CAMPBELL, Administrator. January 133(?. in Received by last arrival of Steam Boat. j T3 copies Mi-souri Harmony, JaLx*i?<F' Authon's Horace, Luther on vial, utions, Knox's History of the Reformation in So timid I South Carolina. i Thomas Stubbs, ct ux i Rill for partition | vs.* > ior Samuel McDuuiel ct. al. 5 Real Estate. It Hppcating to tlis satisfaction of tho Court. . that Kodi nek McNuirand wife, a:nl Alexander .MeDaniel, defendants in the above stated case, f are absent from, and reside without the limits of | the state ; ? It is o.i motion of Dudley, complainantssolici-1 tor, ordered, that the said absent defendants do ; ( appear, and plea, answer, or demur, to the com- i plainants' bill of complaint, on or before the tirst Jay of July n?-xt. and in default thereof, that the complainants'bill of complaint, as to thcui, be 1 t.ken j-ro con/esso. ' . Ii is also ordered. that notice of this ordor be puHlisned in the Cheraw Gazette, twice a month fur the space of three months. G. W. DARG A n". Comm. it) Equity Chcraw District. J:in. 11,1939. 10 2m(*3m i Cigars. ? 5M. S*>auisii Cigars, just received and for sale i I>y ; JXO. MA LI A) Y, & Co. I Ncvemocr 26th, 1839. 2 If New Works. TT-t Classical and Miscellaneous Literature, } A just receive! at the Bookstore, Preseo't's History of Ferdinand and Isabella, g 3 vols. 8vo, b Irvings Life of Colum' u?, 3 vols, 8vo. 1 '\ Mclnlosh'.sJHistory of England. ; p Scot's History of Scotland, Robertsons Histo- t rival Works 3 vols. 8 vo. jj Vetliake's Political Economy, 1 vol. 8vo. , Potter's Grecian Antiquities; Adam's Roman a Do. Loverotts Latin Lexicon ; Andrews and otoidirds Latin Grammar ! Feltcn's Homer's Staid; Anthon's Caesar, Sallust and t icero, Anthon's new Greek Grammar; Kirkham's English Grammar. Emerson's North American Arithmetic, 1st ' 2nd and 3rd Parts. Jut). 30, 1839. U_ If Dunlap fy Marshall. HAVE received a part of their new Fall ant j Winter goods, and expect the remainder I heir fancy goods on Monday. They have on Ivm.'l ?i 1 otn s!- *?f sl iH S*nrr ir Al C. Q,f oh^?oTt?i.'tSs!' " -1!)? ;f For Sale. rWlIJE Subscriber offers for silo her Conner 1 11 n?*idenco in Marlborough District situated near Ljsteilings's .Mills. Thero arc one hundred tt"*ojut'|?rinn> Intnl. seventy acres of which aro cleared and under fence. On the premises are a comfortable dwelling and suitable out buildings. This properly will be sold low on a credit oi one and two years. Whoever wishes to purchase may be assured that a good title will be , given. For farther imfonnation apply to myself or to Mr. Brown Brvan. ANN BURN. Jrin. 16. 1839. 9 If Carpenters Tools. A N additional supplyjust recv'J. which makes j xSLmy assortment very good, D. MALLOY, t M irclt 5*li. 1S33. 17?tf. Broad LlotlisCassimerse and 1 ?S>atinettes. WII.l. ne sold very cheap. Persons wanting bargains will please call and examine my Stock. D, MALLOY. j ' 5'2tf. ; Bacon and Lard. JUST reoeived, and for sale low for cash. 6 K)0 lbs. well cured Baltiinoro bacon, consisting of llarns, Shoulders, and Sides; also 500 ; lbs. leaf lard in 5J lb Kegs. D. MALLOY. July 20i!?, 1833. 37 tf | Molasses. j "rt HI1 DS. Prime Trinedad De Cuba Mo0. lasses, just received, ami for sale by D. MALLOY th. 1838. Spanish Cig vs. ,lrst quality spanish cigars, "JP ^1 w hI y Xjy Lagle brand, just received and tor Salo l*y D. MALLOY. ; April IStli, 1838. 23 tf Cotton Yarn. Ranches Cotton Yarn, from Wil: ^ ^LP' liains'Factory, for sale by J NO. MALLOY, & Co. November 25th, 1838. 2 if Now at the Book Store. 450 copies W ebster's Elements y Spelling Book. ' ' 3:i0 copies Mill-Fa, Planter's and Merchants , j Almanac lor 1*3J. ALSO The American Almanac or Repository of j Usefui Knowledge for 1833. January 21s, 1838. 10 tf I N J Is Brads. ; ^eos ^'a^s anti Rratls? assorted and f for sale low by J NO. MALLOY, & Co. , November 23; h, 1833. 9 tf Hats. | Oj) Cases 1st qualityClippcd. Nutria, latost stylo ; \ & 2 do do pi t in Russia for Summer j ~ do do Otter & Beaver naps, very i handsome, do do Wool Huts, 1 do do Straw do. All for sale vcrv cheap by i , D 31 ALLOY. ! gMif.h 5?h. tr tf p.ara. TvsTami ,J? Bagging. Rope & Twine. pieces Lagging, 5>) C?>i'? Rope and ?y <Jv "JUO pounds Twine lVr sale by JOHN MALLOW & Co. November3-dh, L-3-?. 2 if Jugs & Jars. A Large and general assortment Jtigs and /la. Jars, just received and forsale bv JO UN M ALLOY & Co. November QStli, 133$. 2 tl' iU K)ii~JiTlN'Ul N G.~ FT11IE subscribers have established themselves jfcL in the above line of business in Clicraw 11J oflcr thcirscrviccsto its citizens. u. UAZENCOURT, Sc CO 'lieraw, S. C.. Jan. 6b. Standar Works. SfX elegant literature just received at the Hook 3L Store, viz : Hoole'e Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered. Fenny Magazine Complete. Todd's Index llerum. English Translations, of Xcnophou, Caesar, Sallust and Cicero, (Classical Library.) Walter Scott's Works Complete, in 7 vols. 8vo? Byron's Works, " G vols. " " I vol. 8vo Shakespeare's Works, 2 vols. 44 Roger's PucuiN, 1 vol " Milton, Young, Cray and Bcatiio 1 44 Campbell's Poems, Thomson's Seasons, Aranan Nights. Jan. 30, 1830. 11 if BURN S MILLS. 'HlHESE Mills five miles below Cheraw arc J9l now in complete order for sawing lumber, grinding corn and wheat and bolting Hour. The oltitig cloths are new and of a superior quality ['ho Proprietor iutends to remain at the mills the resent year and will give his personal attention o all the business of the mills, lie ho;>cs iy punctual attention to business, not only nerit, but get a largo share of custom in tlu bove line of business. J. W. BURN Chesterfield, District S. C. Jan. 22J, Ie3t5. 12?tf Blacksmiths Tools. 4 good supply on hand, of every thing in oui line, for sale at a small advance alovo cost D. MALLOY. March 5tli 1838. 17?If Wines, TT I*ST received and f?>r sale, Champaigtic, &V Madeira, TenerifT, Sicily, Port, Muscat, Hoc and Malaga Wines, and lor sale by JOHN MALLOY & Co. November 28th, lfc38. __ 2 tf Hats& Caps. ?1* Cases fashionable lials & Caps.tju received and for sale low by J. MALLOY & CO. Noruolwt adili, 163S. 2 if Annuals lor ib3i>, &c. Tiic Religious Souvenir edited by Mrs. Si journey. The Tokcii and Atlantic Souvenir, edited bj S. G. Goodrich. The Gift, edited by Miss Leslie. The Violet, cditcJ by Miss Leslie. ALSO Lights and Shadow's of Scottish Life; Vied ofWokeficld; Scotts Talcs of a Grandfather S vols. Mr.--. S; gourney's Poems, Parlour Magic; Methodist Ifyinns (Gill) C'emcnt Falconer or tlio Memoirs of a Younj Whig, Young Mens' Aid, Silk Grower's Guide, McComb's Mililari Tactics : Stewarts Adventures in capturing Murrell. Young Lady's Friend; Cooks, Own Rook 73 receipts &c. Albums of various size and bindings. January 21st, 183?. 10 tf Notice. SALE OP REAL ESTATE. WILL bo sold at Chesterfield Court IIo is on the first Monday in March next he tween the hour?? of twelve and three o'clock by order of the Court of Equity in the ease o Flora McMillan vs. John McMillan all the Ron Estate of th^ late Angus McMillan deceased consisting of ahout 700 acres more or loss situa ted on the waters of Tillers Fork Creek in tin District of Chesterfield, for tho purpose of Parti lion among the heirs. The conditions of the salo cie as follows, s< much of tho purchase jinoney os will bo neccs sary to defray the costs of suit will bo paid ii cash. The balance in two equal annual instalments with interest from the day of sale. Bom.' am approved personal sccuritv. G. Yv\ DAltGW. Corn, in Equity. Jan. 15, 1839. 11 4t New Stationary &c. for sale at the Bookstore. FULL and half bound ledgers, Journals, Day and Record Hooks of various sizes; Fool, fcap and Letter piper ruled and unruled; Blank Books of all fixes; Quills; Black, Red and Blue Ink ; Counting House and Pocket Pen knives ; Scaling wax and wafers of various fancy colours, Everpoinled Pencil cases, &c. &c I ml ia Rubber Overshoes. 1~ 1... t uuii; v w 1 P. MALLOY. Nov.l5f'?, ' ^37. 1 Dissolution. 7?p IIE copartnership hercfore existing bctwcr.i JL the subscribers, under tho ilrin of Powc & i\Ialloy was dissolved on tho 1st inst. by mutual consent. All those indebted to the concern will make mnicdiatc payment to cither, to enable them tc close the business without delay. tho. i;. rowL, a. mai.lov. Junuary "J 1st, 1838. The Drug Business and the I'rarticc el Modi cino will be continued as heretofore bv a. m.yllovpi tf JIJ1SI1MJ Overcoats & Cloaks. JUST received by our Pole Rout, 4 dozei Ladies Cloaks (assorted qualities) aisoa jreu j cral assortment of Cisnilemcns Cloaks, C.otl j and Blanket Overcoats, which will be sold oi i accomodating terms by JNO. MALLOW & Co. November 28th, 1838. a, ; 2 it* i ^ ?-?- -??? -? ; Horseshoes anil llorse $ho< ! Nails. Burdens patent No l.d.and 3 Horse Slioc and Ilorso shoe nails, cheaper and beitc 1 tlian can be made by the common operation. 1 For sale by D. MAI.LOV jN>v. 8. 1837. 2;? Dissolution oi C?Partn^r" ship. HE Cupaitnership heretofore cxistin ! ly under the firm of B. Mcintosh & Co. : ' tffis day dissolved by mutual consent. All pai sons having demands against the said firm vvi present them to B. Mcintosh, to whom alltlios indebted arc earnestly requested to inako pa} merit without loss of tiu.c, as tire business of lh rirm must bo closed. R. L. EDGK WORTH. It. MclNTOSEI. The business will be continued by B. 3/cIntos in the store lately accupied by A. I*. Lacost Esq. Whore lie respectfully solicits a call fror j the former customers of the I101160 and from ev< ly person who wishes to purchase goods in thi market, believing that he can ho'd out such ir ducomcntsas will insure a share of patronage. Cheruw Jan. 21. 1839. 10 tf ' Guns. ( Tl J)c/.cn Single and Double Barrel Gun '. ?. received and for sale by JOHN MALLOY & Co. i November 28i.li, 1S3C. 2 if >j Notice. WILL bo received in a few days a ham sonio extension top Barouche with seal : for six grown persons 4 inside and two out, a 1 excellent ar iclc for a family and well adapted 1 ; Southern Bonds being ligbt built. Also a ne; I Family Carriage, light and in complete, orJc Also a second hand ti horse Barouche all < J either ol which will be sold on good terms. ! Apply to BROWN BRYAN. Nov. 7th, 16S8. liy 5i tf ?... N. B. Persons who may wish to purchase n ' j groes may hear of a few on application to me. i REGIJIEN FOIt A WIND BROKEN HORSE. . Tiiis disease is caused by overfeeding i by violent exercise when ihc horse is ic j full, or by letting the horse go in'o vvati i when he is hot und sweaty ; or it lioquci \ lly originates from an obsiiuate col J m . weif .cured. The only remedy we hat : known to prove efficient, is !o feed a hor? ' with good, healthy food, corn und not mue j hav ? or feed him upon potatoes,and wher . lever wafer is given him, it should be in pregnated with sahpetre and sui-uinoniui f Lime water freely givcu has in man inslances cured th.s disease. We kno one instance where a wind broken lion ! haJ been kept in a field where there vvi noi any w.-ier except in the bolrotn oft r * rdd iime kiln, and had recovered his win .; The horsogoi no other water to drink f five or six weeks, und lie perfYcr'y roco ?' ered his wind, and continues wind, ur ' | continues free from cough. ' We cut the above from the South C ire ' i-..: .. ~.t .o.i ............ .... UUiulJ) WIIU'L' H Vi?u IJUl Oj/jK ?4? U2> Ul'^UIll but as the credit is not annexed, \vc cann giveir. . lu addition to the abovo prcscriptio which we doubt not is a good one, we w i re .rk, that in a conversation with an o j gentleman somo days since, who thong j not a horse farrier, lias great skill in ti ttcaiincnt of the horses; lie assured us thi 5 | he had cured several broken winded horst " j in the following manner. [ j lie placed them in the stable, give thei I ' no hay ; but little water, and that in smr , j quantities at a time. Their feed was groun - | oats, or meal, in portions of a quart si ^ i times a day for two or three weeks, aft* i which the quantity was gradually increase) > mini at the expiration of six weeks, whe - their daily allowance was equal to thrt 1 g dlons. During the first week, every oil er day, lie mixed a dose of flour of sulplu i in the food : after that time up to the ftrmit niiou of the third week, he gave daily lot of pulverized rosin, and o oof groun i ginger, dividing this mixture between tii (several daily (ecu's. In this way he as sured us that he had cured several horse which had for a long time been laborin i ' . 1 under the disease that had been pronoun ceil incurable. After the sixth week ibo animals mat | i he said, be allowed hav, in small quantitie : at first, and their usuaJ quanties of waiei ' Having tverv confidence in our informan ; we give his receipc und recommend n t the reader. I We lorgot to add in the proper place that once a week,the lirs; three w eks, h gave 1 oz. of saltpetre.?Farmer <5* Gard encr. | ; j,Useful instructions Reg/using tit t ; Milking of Cows.?The operation of milk , ing is performed differently in various pari i of the country, in some, lh?? dairy rnai dips her hand into a little milk, and by sue ! ; cessiveiy stripping the icat between th ' flnger und thumb, unloads the udder. Th plan however, is attended with the disai ! vantage of irritating more or less the tna and rendering it Ihible to cracks and chap; which are followed by inflammation, ex ten cJiiig to the rust of the quarter. Til's at Counts forthu disease oceuring more fr< qi.tcntlv 3/nf,'Jg th^r cow? 'indcr thfi orotic inilkerjtl.an iijdocs in those which ar< I under the charge; of another; ami, thi* prac. . tlcc is more common in sonic parts of tin li country than in others, it also accounts fj 1 tiie d.seuss he ng more common in thesi j parts. This p'an of milking, where the ir i rilntion is not sufficient to excite the exten i of inflammation to which I have alluded frequently produces a horny thickening o B 1 the leaf, a const.qucnco of the cracks am i chaps which renders it more difficult to mill than when in its natural state ; and at th ir | same time predisposes to inflammatior i when any case occurs to set it up. Thes effects mav he. and arc almost en'irel t t * ' avoided, by the more scientific plan of milh ; ing adopted in oth.-r parts of the coui.tn where, instead of draw ing down orstrippin ! the teat between the thumb and fingers, th , t C , dairy maid follows more closely the prine 3 ; pies which instinct has taught the calf. (Th " : calf jerks its nose into the under and force II | down the milk) She first takes a sligl io 1 hold of die icat with her hand, hy whic r- she merely encircles it, then lifts her lian 0 up, so as to press the body of the udde i upwards, by which the milk escapes int ! the teaf, (r if (as is the case when som I, | hours have elapsed between milkn g times o | she grasp die teat close !o its origin with ht n 1 thumb and fore finger, so as to prevent th }-' milk which is in the teat from escaping |s i wards ;thcn making the rest of the fingei ' to close from above downwards in succcs ' sion, forces on what ittiik may be containe in the lent througli theopening of it. Tli ~ hand is again pressed up and closed as b< | fore and thus by repeating this action, tli s,; udder is completely emptied, without tin course tugging and tearing of the teat whic C?n n w s so apt to produce disease. D.-VICV JIANAGE1IBNT IN SCOTLAND. | * We liave In fore us the report of th i committee of the Highland Society < is Scotland, by whom premiums were uwa n . dec! lor bulier and cheese. The report pai 0 ; ticulariz s the deviations from ordinar J.1 practice of the successful competitors ; uti : without a/firming that these deviations wei really instrumental in securing success : i hey deem them entitled to particular notici i Wc shall notice such ol these details t | seem most likely to bo serviceable to oi readers; end it will bo remembered th: , they come from the successful competitor ? ' / 'tr ^ r.r?n li t ? -? , v^lilldi'4 if a z* a i vj *'ii# ?4ui ? iv iw ? |/<s ii ; chocs?.bouse at iiie regular temperature i r.! 78o Fahrenheit, throughout the whole set yi I io ! son of cheese making, ami executes tl r different processes of manufacture wit ho i. delay, He thinks it impossible to produi jt cheese of line quality afid taste without ll e | use of the thermometer. Mr. Ilarvie thus describee his modes < h making double Gloucester, Stilton, qi iw i Wih 'lire chcc.so. l. " Double Gloucester cheese is mn< c- horn milk as taken from the cow, careful iy ; put through a scarce, (strainer) into a tt w ' of sufficient size for the cheese to bemnd se ' In the extreme of summer heat, the mi us j from (he cow may be found too warm, in i will be so if above 91, degreess but the tei d, ;ferature may be easily brought dow n by tl or 1 nddilion of cold skimmed milk. The re v. ; net is then applied, and if good, the cu id ( may be expected to coagulate in 20 or 1 j minutes. The whey is taken away with >. skimming dish, and the cur J pressed wi 1; ' the hand till it becomes firm. The curd ot ! then broken down with a double chee j knife, and put into a drainer, with u gen ii, ! pressure above it. The curd is improve jj| j bv washing with boiling water instant Id ; druincd off. The curd is then brokendov rjj 1 as small as possible, salted, wrapped tu ; cloth, put i.ro the ct ccse vat, (cheese hot at' and sent to the press. The cloth :s regularly clianged until it remains dry u dur the press, which is the only cri'.erion m 1 show when the curd is sufficiently presse ill With the most expel-1 olieesemakt rs, it m; ,d happen that whey remains ill the centre ix 1 the card, which if nor quickly observed ar 3i ' removed, will crack and deform il.eehe<\s :), An experienced person can detect this fat n at an early stage, and by applying, for se i short time, the cheese over the steam of i. ! boiler, the whey will ooze out, ar ir | by jho immediate uppiication of ll i. I press it will be all squeezed out.rtm After the pressing is over, the cheese shoul J | be laid on a dry shelf, with a little fog < ie ! meadow hay under it to expedite the e: 1 traciion of dump. The cheese should fc s turned daily, and well rubbed with a dr cr ! cloth, but after getting lirm, once u wee i. 1 will be sufficieiK. It will be found a gre conveniency to have a spare press, and ca ;t iron pressesnre vfarpreferrabio toothers s j pressure can La regulated in theni at pic; . j sure. *t i " Siilton .dieeso is made !>v mixing tl o evening's c* am with the morning's mill in the proportion of one gallon of cream" l It*'*** r\ f* oniAOf an/I f r.infa/l i I l"Ir'r Wi Uliil\j UllU II VUWU ' e ! above. 44 Vyiljshire cheese is made will no milk and cream, in the proportion of or quart ofcream in two gallons of new mill e and treated as above." Mr Mackuy. who received the first pri s mhim for hissi/mmcd null: cheese, thusdi d tails his process? I 44 The cheeses were made from skimmc e \ mi!k. one-half of which had stood 24, an e ; the other half 12 hours, when both wei I. i carefully creamed, and oue-half heated to r,! degree tlmr will make the whole the requi; s, I ite temperature. The milk, when tin i? j prepared, receives tho steep or rennet. j gdl of rennet, made from a calfs stomac ?. | will besutlicieiit for a quantity of nnllt thi y w r! in?ke a t*t%n v pounds. Af; fc. ?53X * ' 4 e i the rennet is put iu, the milk must stan/' _ j until it !>o ail properly cnrdl?tl. The curd f? | is then broken very snvd! with a skimming r ' dish, and allowed to settle down till uil tl?o 3 1 whey be taken off; it must then be not whu . 1 aknde in u drainer,and a lowed to remain in t; it till properly cooled. The curd must then * I,! be put into a vessel, and cut very small f with u cnrd.kflife and a small quantity of d | salt used ; it is again put into the drainer a k second litr.e, and olio wed (o remain .hero e ' for the -space of an hour. 11 is again taken i, out of the drainer, put into a vessel, well e ! washed, nnd the requisi.e quantity of salt y ' added. It is then put iuto a cloth, hen in <, ; the cheese vat, and lastly in the press, aid it I the cloth removed thrico a duy, unui t'<o ? curd is properly pressed mio u eheise." e ' Mr. Lht key lieus hid night's milk, tor iw uil milk cheese, to a temperature equal to ie i that coining from the cow iu the moruiiic,. ' before he adds the rennet. Mrs. Lnmsdt-ll it i sets Iu?rrnilk4 i. e.,puts iu her rennet, wJp-u h | the milk is at o temperature oi' 85 degree#, d Bgttee.?Mrs. Mucinm#, who receive ! r; a premium, describes iier mode of making o arid curing butter, us follows :? e 44 Euriheuwuro vessels urn used for keep.. ) ing the milk, and placed in n>u dairy ou t cool stone shelves. The milk allowed to e stand twelve hours, after which the cream > is taken oflFand put into earthen jars, r-r.d s ; made into butter the following day. Thvr -; butter, when rnude, clean wusiied in spring d j water, and half auoui.ee ol fine suit given ie to every pouqd of si^tten ounces, it is t' [ ihen kept wound up with ;? cloth, as it ucrt ie f muiuirs, for four'cr five days, when it i?a | it | worked together, and another half-ounce of hi salt added to every pound,and packed in?o tlai vessel that is to contain it, with a wooden mallet made for the purpose. A hl'tlo suit is sprinkled over the top, which s cc?cie j ered closely up. so as lo titiuuu he tor .;s jf j much as possible." r- i Mr. M'Kenzie's milk vessels arc r.ii r- made of oak ; the dairy-house stands nt ?n; y airy situation, into which no one is allowed id to enter hut the dairy maid. The mdk v?\s. e sels are always scaM?-J in hot water or 8, steamed before liiey *ra used. 2. J '4 Jos* ph Leisk makes butter from cream is 1 and milk, because tie considers it oniy ir; pruciicabie at large dairies, to make butter it from cream alone. The miik is put into s. | large vessels, and left undisturbed lor lour is or five days, until churned. It is necessary r>f 1 that the mi k bo actually soured, net ihicki ened, otherwise it will not part with oil the >e boiyraceous maticr ; bu: ;t should be soured ut by natural, and not by nr.ificiul-moans, by :c letting it stand a sufficient time. Two or ^ * ie more nnlkings may be churned toge titer, | provided they are not mixed but io the -? -H Df churn, it is necessary to add warm wrt. , id tt r io raise the temperature to90, degtets j otherwise the butter will not uil he extracted le (mm it. The buiter is first packed in stone ly I dishes,[and afterwards in wooden kegs. Th*; lb second parking gives on lu.iforiu color and e. j luste to the butter." Ik 44 Willium Metriicss begins to chum bis It cream at a temperature of 56,degreeswhea n- ' churning rises it to 60. lie does not vucti h<* his buit r; but it is beaten with die hand n- till it is completely cleaned of the milk. The rd quantity of milk produced from cows fed 25 j on artificial grasses is much gr-ub-r, than a , that from cows fed oa tho lull; but lbs ith quality or the larter is much ?up< riartftlwt is of the former, and y ields much tuore se One pound of fine salt is allowed to Qfte tie stone of 14 lbs of butter. The butter is ti laid aside for two duys,~wh6n it ? ngwln . Iv broken down, und beaten, with the Inoid. tr? and packed into imall jars jb: Lnii'v in Cultivator. ' * *?| . ; :>p - r 's ! LIAIETREE. ^ n* ; In h;s chapter on the Lhne steer, \tr. lo j Loudon mentions ono at K<:?v. ! , *? Inch covers nearly n quarter ctf an acre. T : iy. | vast lower branches have rested .'Ih: -' ? ?j j tremiheson the soil, rooted into it. an ! sen; 1 ; up a circle of young trees. surrounding tl e v' parent. Th outer brunches ot \W?t\vx iheic in their turn stretch out, rest upon the a ground, and take root forming a second a ! circle or trees, from 30 to 40 feet high, and j dieir outer branches again urn beginning l<? 10 dispose themselves so ?s to form a third ~~ j circle* This very reinarkiibio tree stands 'l* x)n a lawn in an ancient gcoinetricargnrdeu, )r j and must be at least two centuries old ; the K' | soil is u deep sandy loam. Tint largest ^ Lime tree in Kngland is that n WoorPark, y ! lleartfordshire, now the property of the' ! ' MarquFs of Westminister: it is 10'J feet ,lt ' high, with a head 122 feet in diameter, divU ^ : ded into nineteen immense lirnks. There' '' ' are mnny very curious L'nie trees, on the i4" j continent, one of which, at Neustadt on the t | Linde, lias a trunk 54 foot in girth withsevi? er.il enormous l>ranch"s, winch aro suppor ted on 108 pillars. In the centre of th* lo ' tree hi a kind of summer house, which is 1S : reached by a flight of steps. In the hollow ! of the branches earth has been placed, and w i goosberrv bushes planted, which bear foiif. ie that is sold to the visitors. soliloquy OF A WOOD BSjtoAf E* s- Written far the Spirit of th ? Times. 2- Well, I should like to Jtnow wilt's to bt+ done now!?New Year's is over?all th?> d goodies is gone, and i aiut got a sixpence, id | Nobody can't call on thoir triends and <j*ft *? noth'n' uo how. The turkies has ul( ?lwa i appeared-?the hams is all vamah'dw-tlie i* | punch ia all ewaporaled?and you c#n't get >s i uoth'n' but kicks for nil your civilities. A < I? nl..> one-ir mnltAi* lo tivj? 111 tliio ICnrU I II uilll IIU vuoj ?VM?WM |Mf? vyiw l?? ?it costs oceans of time and money, beit I sides lots of wexation j and them wiitf'tf <T tiyts always ieykf % nni^ujif $ aaf #4'