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idas Jordan alone subscribed one thousand bales. We hear of similar patriotic action on the part of the planters in all the Cotton States. The citizens of Marengo county, Alabama, met at the county site recently, and subscribed 3,500 bales of cotton for the use of the Confederate States. At ten cents a pound, this will amount to $176,000. If every county in Alabama does as well, she will furnish nearly $10,000,000 for the use of the Government. A number of the planters of Brazoria county, Texas, have signed an agreement to loan half of their coming crop of cotton to the Confederate States treasury. The indications are that a very heavy subscription of cotton will be made in the cotton-growing States, amounting to 2,000,000 bales or more. This will give our Government more than $100,000,000, with which to prosecute our war for independence. The plan for establishing the credit of the Confederate States is the best that could possibly be devised for the Government