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ON MANURES by G. I. tvctj
!V';-:;:: ' of Georgia? . ..
VThi a tmosphere is, unquestionably, na
iilire'f Stor-r6omj6f f vitality into which
vry atom of vegetable and animal spirit
esdendar descend again in bountiful dis
tirihutiphOD the generation," progression and
reproduction of 'millions of vegeiables and
animals.! This is conclusive in a; thousand
evidences around usnone more at band
ifian tnejvitalizriig effects of rain, and thai
innjopensaoie compuna siroinea irom ai
mr.anlerlic airJ by Hhe lungs of plants and
C'j; 'Wj 1 lliMl'l "hi M-TTWWBSWg
l h ! !H?anima1sin iKe process of retpiration. J
5fl f it jouowi men, mat irom a aungnm we
gel but a minor part or the good of its de
cvreposition ; the ;niajor rand' better are
gt'ue.cff tobe distributed among' millions
v . 'ii '; .. t I. i . -L. .. . ' :-'
f ? .r,. ) or suojecis in wnicii we nave no interest:
v-H, 1 tvhileusine manure in the wav I have men-1
I tiQfed-tWe lareer and better parts of disso-i
I U i; i; "UHu arc iuiii uur reacn, oy UPinp mwre
' j 11! jtimately, more largely . and more spiritu
W Hit bo.sly(JitiCb.rprtied. in our soil. Not but
MhVthat.ihe;iWhoe will in tim fly ff. though
deeply buried, but the-, first gasses are
Jbrojugbt wjthiu ruir use ; and the (alter lon
er, de sined there Voreover, the warmth
fettnnj(Htionis highly ; beneficial to ail
axUi we rlhiea.rinrino the winlAt jtoauwr
niCl i in SOatRrnfe!?STirnrt nailTr
Tf JnB f(,a 'P?! best gardening i"
.. iu wuuri, lurni a nuaierhn ;
Ml! Fhwmud Nfrom the botim if fresh-
i ? 1;'""r,rf5,w,,npst ponus or val lies or frnn
Pb f if; 'sused; atHethe all Tor m goo
; r - ""'ur ivuhv on an siups
Mommend to be o-rmjp m heaps
fnd M lo, l' som monihs to rot that pro
j fiioiijofibfous roots by which i Us ceher
aiiy uouna up.m unmanageable clods.
too. ihosie- ffpiini't t . t
nd vegetable rrcrement are incbrporatec
w,ln a Pi'on of clav ihar ni ?L
l Lr ' saU water beds o
1 1 f - Shower or Va of " rain hari k..
I rZ 'r vT i? , - 1 P,aP? t would k 51
lis r . .r l'iand j dosspc X
! .vrv"J,rife oodie. A ! : '
U lower severance. This . a done by
eed of the Pride of, India, alias of Chin,
nj its progress from a seed to a Vtee ; wlnci
seed J had accidentally lodged on the con
verse j top of the oven, about midway lron
he . centre to the external circle on thM
side, j This great bulk and enormous weigh'
f masonry, was rent, and moved from
base by a root, jio great deal harder, whiU
in the aeo(jpeiSt9r-- turnip ;
pufiprnr,sJ0,ni,nS ine stones inai op
posed its progress down;
A fate -English work records an ex per
ment on a tree, inai irom tne size
4bout six inches, until it had attained th
height of six feet, has been suspended trom
Itheearlh, subsisting only on air and a re-
guiar aropping oi water ; ana ii was inen n
4 luxuriant state in roots, body and foliat?
1 I Manure- "prepares passages for atmos
pheric air. as indispensable to the roots oi
pla'nis as sun, to their foliage a while ra:n
teeming with animalcule, brings down
trom nature's store-roomhr w
iug Vitality to build in union,
mushroom; and rear to an ox the infant call
OCTOR ISA AC W: HUGH r,S. informs the
iithabitanis of Newborn, and its vicinity
that he has rmoved to the Office fecentlv occu
pied by E. G. Pasteur, Esq vhrp he will keep
constantly n hand a iresh supply of MEi'l-
iirMt.-?. ot a superior quality; wuicn tie purpose
truing tur n umv.
Neicbern, May 8, 1830
NEW G 0( fclKlES. ;
nri HE Subscriber has now landing frr-ni gchr.
JL &t'PEliB, Irom ew YorR, the roliowing:ari
Jcs, which mil be sold low for cash or-barler :
Rochester Flour in!
Smoked Brrf, Io'.gnes
whole tnd half Oris.
Pilot gad Navy Bread,
in half brls,
j iHabins, Almonds, Figs
,); Pi unes, Cranberries.
Cbee? (a few first rate
Butter, first quality, Carrots, jvuts, Apples,
Beef, rufss and prime, I Cabbages. Onions, iir
canals, sperm Oil, 1 ' Lsvi
T : SMUEL C. SLEIGHT
January 8, 1830.
nf 'ff' Subscriber, has just received from kev
JJ, Ycirk, ner'schr Suplrf. an audition o his
I'jrmer stock of Groceries. " Among theofare the
following articles: .
New Rochester Flour (in whole and J bbls.)
Gokhen Eiitter ; English Ch etse : -
Irish I' latter, Beef Tongues; Crackers;
RninVhiskey, Brandv, Gin,
iicw urieans angar : lirazH vonee
5iI5and Loi Swear, iic &e
spH ar a tetu 'small tea-
1 ". k . j L
I pledg- myself to gi my utmost support to
he present Atiotinistrai'ifi, while it shall couti-
nue to act 4s it has hitutito actea ior me goou
iof the Peonle; While it dntihues lo deseryewliai
- . f . ; .'! . ii -
it hitherto diservedlthe "thanks ot th Peo
1 believe that aitl encrobchment of tti-
delegated powers of th
upon tbe State, soverei
ties, ii destrucjtiye ot
Liberty. ,1 care not by
hat pretence it mav be
i i f
adorned, by what namett may br Bujpdrted, l
believe it to be comrarvb the tenor of the C-n
stitulton, contrary to tic
upon which 4h Coitsiil
tion is based, and 1
therefore Will firmly am
luc'i encroaciimeiy.. ! I b
fearlessly oppose janjr
ieve that Industry! can
' i i
protect itself, and that
gh pseud ptotecting
duties ut-ver can altam s-lh a desirable epq. I
bet ict-c tnt thw Self ftiylet A.mei ican- v s t tjm is
false and toohsh theork and ruinous in prac
tice. These are the priutenl aitictra of ijrT
lineal crueJ, jand
I will dind th m as well as 1
can. ! 1 will not be thebigitted or knavish
any Party, put I
e bfrst of my ahiMiy.
tell the truth, and the wit
truth, and nothing-
but the. Truth, concerning
ublic Men and Pubic
The CRotwA. f?EiTiwi, will be pubiislied
very Saturdny ai S.
year,' if p
e, or & ii pa
nd of the vear
Any person w ho shall oiiain five subicn'ers
and guarantee the pavm'eit thereof shall have
the sixth paper gratis.
it the uua1 ratts.
FLOUR AJxD GOSHtN BUTTE
Brown and. bleache.hir Jiigs and SheHirta6,
1 . : II - I f.
Black Itnliah, and fancy cjrorrd silk ''ravats.
Legi-orn B ?nnets; shell Cimhs antl side Combs
Marseilles Quilts, Patent threads,'
L"w pried plaiJ CahcocsiLinseywoolseyi
200 lb. cotton Yarn, pearl Button?,
!00 doz. Clark's taile end ipool Cotton
Hed, white, and green Flannels,
7 4. 8-4 damas lafritl Diapers,
Super and commotf blifck Bombazets,
Twilled Sacking. BtissU Sheetings,
Super .ahd common .BenVicks,
StinerwWkitney. and London Pumf
kets. &u..hf-r -fpi
A few firklni f(Ood
ceived th.L3"day per schooner Smim Mary, an for
70 IV,S first
ratei Rochester FloIpr,
Netcbern Feb 5, 18
i- j i . i
I - .WATOS haa for sale a lew copies
i HE HISTORY OF THE JKWS, ly tne Kev
H. iilman. in three 9o1uras, 18 no, illustran
with original knapi Jand platef.t rhe follqwui
-j-e out a tew oi ine j
. robaiion which Air.l Mrtman's Hislory f ,h
Jews has received ih Europe: ,
ine eaiiwj ;i: ,"" ui'
F i . . i .j l .r i t i. .1-
chlsictil and scriptural, and so elegant and po
oacrins Art t n 14 WUIK Hlf UCH Ul a. sbuwai , ww.
i f,.l a writer J as the Poetry Professor, fev-
theofojtical; works y .it brd?r have , appeared
either in ours or in any other language, iothe
'-hriitian reader of every age and e may add
T t . : in a . 'I .t .
ot everv sect-t-it will oe a airce oi ine .puresr
ielight,,instruclion and comfort ; and of the infi-
ueis wno open it rocicijr " -7 " .vi....
ii ignorance of a work; placed by general conseni
in he tank of mr English classic, ia there noi
f 1 2m. .Al..'ll.al lhau mou nit PAtnuln
every reason id hope that many win lay uqowh
in a far different mood." Blackwood's Magaxine
Timmrh tUi subiect is trite, thr manner of
,,vr" "i . 'i : . j .
(r'-atine it IS SUCH a to comumug tur,uccji:.
on. VVWite the worn nas truiu unu simp i
citv enough to tascmate a coim, n nuro wnu
a inahetliness f th satileci and aa leg.aace jof
... L ' I .MAci rofin.n ttnH
rastblious readdr."-4din6urgA Saturday Pott.
It cannot hfelo being nie of the most deeply
interesting works of the dy : it is invaluable to
the qhi istianscnolar." mrmtngnum vurntn
the most jJopular history of the son&ol Israel
that ihas hitherto been publisho. lhe hignesi
enconiurn we can pass upon the w.ork under no-
;; U m irr6 ils niiichase. rom a conviction of
its 5crikingand faermanenjl worth "Berk. Chron.
We are acquainted With no worn wnicn
can more heartily recommend to our readers; to
the younger part of them especially, we are sur
prove a most acceptable present.
Lrndon Literary uaseue.
pTICE. The celebrated strengthening
Flatter "fo r paih and weakness in the breat,
bck or side; alsoL for ltheumaticvAtrections.
Liveil Complaints, apd . Dyspepsia, for sale at No
33 Beekman street. This medicine IS tin- inven-
ion of an eminent sorgeon, and so numerous are
the instances irt which the roost saiuiary enect
have been produced! by it 'that it is with the ut-
cot fiJence recomm nuea to an wno are
HfSictcd wit h thbse distressing complaints- 1 lie
sale of this remedy fcopmenced in iay, 1827,
from this estabJshnV, anutne saies wwrn
very extensive. : u anoiua m gi w i"1 u
stating, notwithstatalinig a condign was annexed
lo each sale, inai u reiir:i wn " ..-, .uc
money should be returned, out of those numerous
sales from the period ibove meniionea, up to m
present tune, ten only nave oeen r luriiw , mm
upon strict enqujirjvwere luunu io ue uis-
for which they were not recommended.
we trust, heii fakrly considered, will be the
strongest evidence that could possibly be. gtveu
of its utility 1 i- '
Where the applicanti are known, no money
win oe Tequtrea mi mc ini i ujouv- wu m--
;i I- U !. nt.tJa a t 4 rtn,;'
ved ; where they are opt known, he money wi l
be returned, provided pe ben ut aoove siaiea s
not obtained f ij .' .
AriUr at 39 Beekman, corner of Vyilliam street.
JVeb York. 2d
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FASRiT PHYSICIAN I
i ':. . TBsiJuto or.tax. ." r; r'...-,.
DISEASES tE fJNITEI? STATER :
ith their sy rap tooi9,ue cure, and means of
prevention: comoion cases in Surgery j tha
management aud diseases of Women and
Children; a Dispensatory, for prepA
ring Family'' Medicine, and SV j
Glossary explaining Tech
oical tetms?Also, tha-
Te SenrA Edition,
Revised, enlarged, Si very considerably improved
BY JAMES E WELL., M.D. j
:" I ;. .- .1
On the important subject of domestic medl-
cine, many books have been written, wbicbV
tho.igh excellent in other respects, bav greatly i
;'aded of usefulness Jo Americaus; because they j
treat of diseases which, existing in" very foreign i
climates and coi&titu lions, must widely differ fronx"
uuis. The book no a offered to the public haj
WeZbre, the great advantage of having been '
ittan by a native American, of long and sue
ressful factire in ti e southern States, and who,
(or years paj, has turned much of bit attention,' j
:o the composition of it. , k
To every familyi more especially those in re i
mote situations, the possession of this book must
unquestionably,, be of incalculable value; forv
conducted by such A guide, it will not be pre . :
sumptuous to say that any person of tolerabla .
capacity, and reasonable attention; may be ena
ided to practice with safety :and advantage, ia
tnose cases oi simple diseases most, incident to
our climate. ' " . j - -' "'-.
rn testimony of the merits of this work, the foJ
lowing commendations, by some of the most
disliuguished medical characters of the United
States, are insertei. T . r '
Baltimore. Nov: 181822.
Dxae Sir: I hav been truly gratified in tnef
perusal cf l he. J?ixth I Kdiuon of your Medical:1
yompamon. or Family Physictan."
The improvemeiitsfmade In this new Smnresaion
otyoai work, compa red with the former editions, ?
are indeed extentive and important Independ
ent of your having enlarged considerably on dis
eases generally, you have introduced additional '
matter: which greatly enhances its value. The
introduction of the Norse's .Guide, as also tb
treatise yitu hate givrn on tbe ntanageroent of fe ,
male complaints, will have the most happy effects'
in correcting the grots errors daily committed by "
ignorant persons, an j thereby save many valua '
ble lives, i ', . ' i
I do not; hesitate tolsav. that this new edition of "
your Medical Companion, is decidedly the best
popular treatise on medicine, thai has ever been '
published; and considering itrs I -verily do, a
safe and useful guide for heads' of families, as welt
as for young practitioner -of medicine, I, lake
much pleasure jn recominendmg it to the atten
tion of our fellow citixefiV both ia town and
- I wijl onlyJUiyooTr book meetiT with that r ' 1
ocodrajjer tr L5 tvl.Icbjt i jusUyjentitled.yoo.
aui very-uiroa.cauec upon, by the public, for J
pntho edition, rU-: " ' -.V- F
srtftdear jir, T?ith much respect, youirfsif.ri 5
ar o servant, . , ' :