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A Tiatira gfTgntTtfol ImTrmil ttTiVt nntivi Snmat:
SOM 5flCyl t(errfaa j0iiliS7, Lost Manhood, tv.
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WEDNESDAYrMA Y 3, 1882.
' COTTON SAYING.'
SOME SUGGESTIONS TOMANCFAC
TURERS BY EDWARD ATKIW
SON. t r..: . ! iZ r
A Waste of ISOOOOOOO How This
May be Remedied With Improved
ATess-upport unities lor JNortitern-
u Capital Signs of Imf oTemeit.
3 !Mr.'Ed ward AtkirisQa has prepared a
statement upon cotton, whlcn he read
atSlatecent meetintj Of ttieew Epgland
,uf actueri&tJon1, the.
aiipMance of which U' aa folio ws?' x '
' Slace the last meettcg of ttie gssocia
tionaiery exhaustive iaVestigati.on
been rjaade to see whether the-state-ment
made by me as a reason for hbld
Intheifylanta cotton expositiorr could
be anstalned! or not-1 alleged as the
motireof that exposition that the cot
ton1 crop pf the U nltJefl .States was, on
the average, depreciated at least one
cental pound by bad handling between
the field and the factory; me cent a
pound in a crop ' bf 6,000,000 bales Is
about $30,000,000. On the whole, the
representatives of the cotton manufac
turers of New England, and the ma
chinists who visited Atlanta and ex
amined the subject in connection with
the exposition, or who have had previ
ous knowledge in regard thereto, have
more than sustained this statement of
loss. Nearly every one consulted has
added to this estimate their testimony
that the labor expended in the present
bad method of handling is twice or
thrice as much as is needed; and that
if the whole loss to the planters of the
South from waste labor waste in gin
ning, waste in baling, waste in trans
portation, waste in compressing, waste
in the store itself by packing and steal
age and waste at every point could be
distinctly computed and tabulated, it
would be nearer two cents a pound, or
$60,000,000 a year. It is one thing to
state this case, however, and quite an
other thing to rind a remedy. With a
view to possible remedy and to
the probable profit on business invest
ments in altering in some measure
these conditions, two young gentle
men, one a graduate of Harvard col
lege, son of an Alabama cotton plant
er, the other a graduate of the Institute
of Technology in the department of
mechanical engineering, have devoted
several weeks to the study of the pres
ent methods of working cotton in
Georgia and Alabama. From their te-
Sort it is becoming apparent that the
epreciation of the crop is becoming
worse and that little, if anything, has
yet been accomplished in remejdyingj
the defects. 1 : u
GINNING ON A SMALL SCALE. .
The process of ginning and baling in
these States, which are. on the whole.-t
two of the most progressive States in
the South, is conducted by one of three
1. Ginneries run by horse or mule
2. Ginneries run by steam.
3. -A very few run by water power.
The latter may be disregarded. The
principal part of the work is done in
one of the two methods first-named.
Class 1 is the commonest of all, and is
universally used where the farmer does
the ginning for himself or for one or
two neighbors. The gin house is usually
a two story building of rough construc
tion. The cotton is brought from the
Geld in wagons and carried to the up
per story in baskets and by means of a
ladder. Four mules furnish the motive
tower. The lint cotton is thrown bv a
brush into the lint room which is neith
er brushed nor swept from one season
to another nor from one decade to an
other. What encouragement can there
be for careful picking when the cotton
is to be ginned in such a place ? The
press is the old "buzzard-wing" press,
it stands about fifty feet from the gin
house, and the lint has to be earned
this distance through wind and dirt
and in all weathers. Most of the cot
ton is now left lying about wherever it
may happen to be most convenient to
place it after it has been pressed, ex
posed to rain and wind and other cause
of injury. More crude devices for the
manipulation of cotton, considering
the importance of the work to be done,
could not be round in India or China,
The stages through which ginneries of
this class are passing toward improve
ment are interesting to note. The first
thing done away with is the "buzzard
wing press, for which an improved
Sress is being established; the con
enser attached to the gin makes the
lint room unnecessary, and when steam
power is applied the old running gear
is thrown away.
In the custom ginneries, operated by
steam, the presses are almost always of
an improved kind, of which there is a
great variety. They are, however, most
ly operated by hand and not by steam.
The buildings are great improvements
on the old plantation houses. The ma
chinery is better and more carefully at
tended to, and the facilities for hand
ling the cotton are vastly superior to
But it is a matter of very-grave doubt
whether the cotton is turned out in any
better condition than in the primitive
way. In fact there is every reason to
fear that it is more injured in these es
tablishments than in the old-fashioned
During the ginning season these pub
lie ginneries are always crowded with
work each man desiring to have his
cotton carried through immediately,
to return home ; his chief object being
to get the greatest quantity of cotton
from the seed which he can possibly
obtain. The proprietor of the gin is in
terested in getting through the largest
number of bales, and he works with a
view to accommodating his "customers
and taking the largest toll rather than
any idea of turning out good and nnin
jured staple which -his customers do
not appreciate. He runs his machinery
at the highest possible speed, and works
as close as possible in order to make a
large yield of lint. If the truth were
known all "nepped or overginned cot
ton could possibly be traced to gins of
SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT.
The more hopeful side of the ques
tion is to be found in the . : fact that a
vast deal of information was spread
abroad from the Atlantic cotton expo
sition, and the great margin of profit,
which is to be measured by the aepre-
beginning to work its true lesultsPot
instance, in and around Hogaosville,
Ga. about two-thirds of j'tte t ftrouets
are now; pianung seiectea Beetjcwiu ure
using All the means within their mior-
mation to save it in gooa conauion ana
to have it Drorjerlv nrenared:
The representatives of larga planta
tions upon the Mississippi river, where
considerable investments Dy jorcnern
men have been made, are making tneir
arrangements to : establish their own
brand, unon which each grade of their
cotton mar: be 'known and fnr which
they will be responsible, so that it shal
be as true its title In either grade as
the goods from any of your ' factories.
The representatives , of certain rail
.roads, oftbeciallv in Texas, have souch
information as to the tight : methods of
establishing - public .ginneries, itoDe
equipped with sufficient capital to- ur
cotton in the seea-us oeim? a more com
mon custom in Texas than elsewhere
to sell cotton in the eed)i and . also to
establish their brand by which! their
cotton shall be knowil. ' . i
aUaeb. cflttonvffiasixio their: works and
fv4 hnvthtt ttnn'lTi thB'fieed. This
to sell the cotton in the seed, and the
len laws which subiect the farmer and
the planter to the-corner shoDkeeDer
render it somewhat difficult to estate
isn a . lair practice of dealing in seed
cotton. It appears that the business of
ginning for toll rivessan Sample profit.
and will presently, lead to improvetneutt fi
as is Decomes apparent tnat additional
profit jhay be made.' far improving, the
condition of 4he cotton;- - A model cot
ton ginning establishment, with a capa
city of handling 3,000 bates of cotton in
a season of 100 days, or thirty bales, a
day: can be constructed with all the re
quisite buildings for the : work and for
storage, with three eighty saw gins for
common work and two roller gins for
extra staple, suitable cleaners for clean-!
mg dirty cotton in the seed, an exhaust
blower to lift the cotton irom the wa-
f6ns and .distribute it, a : cotton seed'
nller by which the hulls can be sepa
rated from the kernel, and all other re
quisite machinery, at a cost (with 25
per Cent, added for contingencies) of
ess than ,812,000. In such an establish
ment the purpose would be, either to
gin cotton for toll or to buy cotton in
the seed ; to hull the seed, burning the
hulls for fuel unless it was found that
they "were more valuable for other-purposes
; sending the kernels to the near
est oil mill for the oil to be expressed,
the cake to be returned to be ground at
tne gin stand and distributed as cotton
seed meal, according to the -demand.
mere would be one element or proht
now wasted in such an establishment.
to-wit: the saving of what are techni
cally termed "motes" being immature
seed with much fibre attached. These
motes constitute from one to four per
cent, of - the weight of the cotton and
are most excellent paper stock.
A CHANCE FOB NORTHERN MEN.
I have never investigated anv subiect
in which so large a profit appeared to
be within reach on so small an invest
ment as this, and there is certainly
room for northern men who desire to
make a fresh start in a healthy upland
country among the southern farmers to
benefit themselves while benefiting the
neighborhood. It may be worth your
while to observe now small an invest
ment of capital would be required to
treat the whole cotton crop in a scien
tific and skilful way, provided only a
true beginning can be made. I have
said that a model establishment of the
capacity of 3,000 bales in the season
would cost less than $12,000. Two thou
sand such establishments scattered over
he vast area of the cotton countrv
each treating 3,000 bales in the season
would prepare 6,000,000 bales of cotton,
and would represent a capital of $24,-
000,000. But even this amount is not
necessary. Cotton in the seed ean be
keptl properly stored, for an indefinite
penou : wicooub injury, lr arrange
ments' Wferff tnade and the custom in-
trbclnced.iQt' purchasing cotton in the
seed the 'ginning season might be ex
tended to cover two hundred ddvs ih-
sterbf"bhe hundred. The establish-
mpht named would then work 6,000
bales in the season, and the capital re
quired tor tne treatment or the whole
crop would represent only 812,000,000.
it seems almost absurd and visionary
to say that by means of such an invest
ment a saving of nearly $30,000,000
more in waste of labor and in other
ways, might be saved. Yet I think such
is the only legitimate deduction from
the facts disclosed at the Atlanta expo
sition and by investigations since made.
l can conceive of no branch of industry
so liseiy to become very prohtabie as
tne organization or a laree concern
with $500,000 capital, of which one-half
may be invested in twenty model em-
ning estabiisnment8 scattered through
the upland country, in a healthy cli
mate, among the progressive farmers
who only need the incentive of personal
interest to be led in the right direction ;
the other naif to be used as the work
ing capital in purchasing and disposing
ot tne cotton.
A COMING NECESSITY
Whether or not such an undertaking
shall be begun depends upon others,
ana not upon myself. My function in
the matter has been to make a com
plete investigation and to report upon
the facts. The facts will be submitted
to the gentlemen at whose cost the re
cent investigation has been made, but
Who only contemplated a little work on
their own account, beinsr individual
manufacturers, who did notcontem
plate this larger undertaking. I think
the time may come within a short pe
nod when it will cease to be a matter
of choice on the part of northern man
utacturers whether or not they will es
tablish branches of their own factories
to gin and prepare their own cotton.
The present tendency to worse deDre
ciation and to more bad cotton than has
ever been seen will go fon for several
years longer, xnere is reason to sup
pose tnac tne very sandy and falsely
packed bales, of which we have heard
so much in consul Shaw s report and
in other ways, are not to be attributed
to any intentional fraud or even to the
adverse conditions of a bad season, but
tnat tney are tne necessary result of
the present method of treating the far
mer s cotton which has been exposed
for weeks to the rain and mad. In
general it may be said that the im
provement of the . cotton p.rnn Awpnt.
ue mine ituveu uy - opeciaj. enterprise
or special methods indicated in this re-
ponr-can oniy proceea witn tne gene
ral improvement in the conditions of
society in the Southern States. How
rapid or how slow that improvement
may be you can judge as well as mv
self. There are already' verv laree
Planters with whom northern manu
acturers could, if they chose, enter into
contracts for the delivery of cotton of
a given qnalityprepared , in any man
ner which they choose to pay for. On
the other hand, the cultivation of cot
ton in Texas and in upland reeionsof
the South is steadily working in thn
direction of small farms, in which cot
ton will be tne surplus or jnoney crop.
xiua wm do. ginnea in neignoornood
gins, and the improvement in the quali
ty will proceed in just the measure of
the increase of intelligence and the
means of communication between the
farmer and the manufacturer. The
ultimate contest for supremacy-in the
production of cotton will be between
these two systems. My own judgment
is that in the long run the small farmer
will lead, as he will subsist himself on
other crops, and it will be diffinnit'tn
say that. It will be his surplus or what
ever u. unngs nis cotton cpsts one year
mure man anotner. Jiacn or these pro
cesses will take a considerable period
.tpvlwoTkr themseltes ; Out; and in the
.meantime .there is reason to expect
consistent regular and increasing de-
nreclauon of th6 i?rfttflr natt of t.h
cotton . crop. The very manner in which
saw gins are offered is a proof of this
statement. The merits held out by the
principal makers of the saw gin are
tnac an eighty saw gin will work- six'
teen -bales of cotton in a day, and wil
take all the lint off the seed, both n
these recdmmendationsvbeing absolute
iauits. Tne utmost that any eighty
saw gin can properly work in a dav
without iniurv to the staple, is ten
bales; and the gin which is set so close
as to remove the fluff or hair from the
seed, as well as the true staple, is a mis
chievoos4and unfit machine. If the
cotton States were exposed to a healthy
competition elsewhere and had not a
practical monopoly this tendency to de
preciation would be speedily checked,
or else the goose would be killed that
lays the golden egg, jTJnder the present
direction it f is difficajtto see how the
mills; bjbijieed -good middlingo fair
cotton (pf even staple for,fine.work or
dt hosiery, cart make sure of an even
Tand regular buppiv unless they estab-
. lish ginning depmmenta, ot their own
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Cured my little girl of fits,
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She was also deaf and
She can now talk and
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Has been the means of cuiinat my wife of rhewma
tlain. J. B. Fletcher, Fort Collins, Col.
Made a sure cure of a case of fits for my son.
E B. Ralls, Hattsvll.e, Kan.
Cured me of vertigo, neuralgia and sick headache.
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Was the means of curing my wife of 8ia.-ms.
Rjkv. J. a Ems, Beaver, Pa.
Cured me of asthma, after spenuirg over $3,000
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New Albany, Ind.
Effectually cured me of spasms.
MISS JBNNTK WARBKt.
740 West Van Buren street, Chicago, 111.
Cured our child of firs after given up to die by our
family pbylclan It having over 100 In 24 hours
Henri Knee, Vervilla, Warren county, Tenn.
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Cured ray son of fits, after spending 52,400 with
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Cured my son of fits,
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West Portsdam, N. Y.
Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' standing.
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Granby, Newton county, Mo.
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Cured me of fits,
Have been well for over four
CBARLxs E. Curtis,
Osskis. Douulas county, Minn.
Cured a friend of mine who had dyspepsia very
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Has permanently enred me of epileptic fits.
David Trumblt, Des Moines, Iowa,
Cured my wife of epilepsy of 85 years standing
Henry clarx Fairfield, Mich.
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Cured my son ol nts. He has not had a fit
about four years. . John Davis.
Wocdburn, Macoupin county, 111.
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