Tim Tiioivouiii i iu:r hoiwi:
SON w Hie import.!
lh fall e aon, commen
ting the 10 day ofSep'env
ber, nd tndmf the Uth
day of November, In the
tow of Vii'f r, cm M(n.
dais, Tuesday and wed-
-ausssaaiV Marfan 11141 in the
day and Saturday j and will be let te Mare at
tight dollar the Season W dollar the Uep t
and ivthi dollar te insure 61. '---
84 . U FFRKlND,
tycilO, 18W. C. I BOW tltS.-
T! npHE aubaeriber offer for en'e
IT! , "J 1 1 ! i W taut relict tO,;f!"?j "
f Vr Htmf theHietieTce4d;
rectnilx oned and occupied by Mr. Ueorjre
Locke on which there it a large, nd
commodious dwelling-houM, with ill the neces.
M7 ut-houtet. There it only about 30 acre
of thit land under cultivation i two-thirds of the
tract ia as good ulrl a any in the neighbor.
Looli with food portion of best kind of wmp
land, for either graa or grain : it it in the
mi Jot of hospitable and social neighborhood.
For term, lie. apply to the aubarriber, in th
neighborhood. JOHN LOCKE. Hen'r.
.Ui9 2id, 1829. 68
' jit i..n.i
Medical College of
T!P annmisJ Course of LlXITRES in tbii
I ,. lucjon, w,'.: L'c nevmedon the second
Amay ,m Mevembrr, ..m'VMlowingbrsnchrs:
. --io.. :. !. bM lluiaaoot", M. U.
l. . I J " tun, M. L).
. j,,yiu,f Uicaaoa.M.D.
M-i.rm .ekc bi lliBf U. Fnorr, M. D.
JMjjh Lf hhJ Mm I T. a PBIOlgATi M. D.
.i fry, by Iiki mi M. D.
alwal Hum, t. y Kilii.pt I. I. D.
... i "J ----- - 1
I l.mnntlriilir nf .intl'am. hv J. Wiaaia, M. I).
HKNIIV R. KUOST.Mm.
f .,.-riirn. wr 19. IS.'y. 8(90
To VoUon li'vnvitrft.
TIIF. iubnriber hani(f bren
freaimtlv aolkited bv hi
aid cutomei, again to eitabliah
the Gin Mukinr Uummh, bai
opened Li lip in fiilisburv,
wberc he la prepared to make and repair Gin,
of the very bVat materia', i a tuperior ctyle of
workmanitiip, ami on term the moat accorumo
datiiijf, even in thce hard timea.
Having oetn Tr.giprraw Tnt oMwneae a or
arveofearai einio)in( a part oi ui umc lor
three or four of the Uat aeaauna in picking cot.
ton, (ur tbe eipret purpoae of more fully ae
auainting him!!' with the pnr.ciplet and prac
tical operation of thcte ueful roachinet; and
havinir recently viti ed Soulh Carolina, where
the nrntt improved Gin arc in uae, with the.
r i tr
View oi rxamining uirm, ami raaamK uimacu
"quiinted with Iheplw tm-wbich. they aron.
atructed, !:. be therefore fcela aairci, that
by hit enlarges exnerieoce, thut acquired, in
tniking and repirirg tiiua, and picking cotton,
ha ran rnnatrurt Machiitea auoerior to anv ever
done io North Carolina.
v Thoae wiahing work done in thia line of boai.
rteit, tr ret'ccil'ully intited to call on the tub
icriber, witue-t the p'an and execution of hit
worla, j jariiua; andjiidge.fur thetwelvei. .. llo
will stparc n. puin m supplying hiiiiM'lf with
tlie blti'nii'Cerjalifte tc tUd in the coontry: '"d
. I r. a'.nrt tnrir unA rf-auinfthta ftrftlC
find him Ltlier at hi ahop or dwelling in 8a!i.
bury, r.ady to txecutt any job with which tuey
may be Llcaard to favnr him.
Salitiury, Jut. 6. 1S.9. 79
in BAMsnunr, n. cakomna,
liti RXHA JLUlWhVU. '
IH3 elegant KiWiahmnl to
iituatr d at lh Mono turner
CouQt-lluuae.knd in the cen
buaineaa. thm nronrirtof
ha taken rrcat paint to procurt for tblt rtab
Uabment, lumitur of every dcriplioo Becet-
tary to tht- coroturt or Travtiif r, tni no
ptnaa wW bo tparwd In pfoiJmaj fwf tW Tahhi
tha Ivrat tka coiinlnr aiforila. 1 Hr will b
locked with choice) Uquort, ami tht StabUa,
equal to any in the rtate, provided with plenty
of provender of all indt, and texll by obli.
glng ivt attentive naauera. i n conTaiiit
tA the placet tht1luue eitriiaWt aTBtfAlbeT t?f
Srivatv roomt, with caiUonaea, well catalaUd
prtbeeotnflodatkiB of TraeUfrt(.,fitb or
wlthoof .familial - Oa the rtemiaci It an. XT$
lIOCTlhidttviH rrgnbtty bt tof mUf
ever the aeaann will admit of V. - I he iW Ti
ber atMiret the public that ndthing ahall be
wanting, on hit part, to make tboftt comfortable
who may think proper to call.
Cf Tbe ViAri, Stuifr, lUcai ami
Cktraw STJGr.1, amp at the Hotel.
KZRA AI.LEMUNU, Jrnl.
MfStirf. X C. Hrpt. 10M, It.?. i91
""lUMKA tt .'WJCT1VKV.
IN order to elo and ei;-diie the aertluy of
the buainrat A the !v Arm tA Hiram lur.
rnrtdCt. there will be ld at auction, in the
T4in ol SaJiaHury, on Mo day evening tie 12th
October next, and tale to continue every t veninf
during the week, (it being the week of Rowan
Superior Court,) afl the llookt remaining on
baud at thit place, cnntifling of
Got 1000 Volumes .
well avaorted, and in part Law, M!irl, lli-'ori-cA
and Micellin ue worki. Thi c.r'ainl
the moat plendid aaaortment of n-kt ever i f
fered for tale by auction in ihr weatt-rn r-art nf
the date, and will be well -th the t'.teni n
of the fubuc -The tale will ba poauvr, and
witholl, reaerve, at rh at .a:ion of the eiute
r(uire that it aboul l be i.iimeliatelv tloaeJ.
1 erm will be liber. , ana riiuje known on the
evriiinr of the '
N. ft. HI GHER, vfyrnl. f
fur If. I) 'I'urnfr, Svniunf partner, i
Sntiilnrj, A'. '. Srpi. SA, 1829. ' AM
Salisbury, X. C. Sept. 5, 129
nAVINiapOIMtr(lCpt..V'l'a7 ltir.lv, Ailj I
taul of tiie 'jj.I Krgt ufhceia a ill rtpect
and obey hire accordii c'y.
K. I AKBIll'Lull, C. CtmiTI.
Tou are hereby eo:nma.K!i-d to apper in the
town of Salisbury, on TkwiJiy, the 8lli day of
October, t8'29, at 1U a. M amied and equipped
fir rtU ,
And on hriday, the ih, you will appear with
your reapective conpanie, armed and equipp'd
with full uniforta, according to law. Captaina,
and commandantt of compauiea, are required to
make their return on the dy of drill.
By order of Edward Varbrouph. CoL Comdl
467 63J Rep. .V. C. Militia.
It MU prWt.'
rr er U the toul'i tlnrere diir,
t'ttci'd or unetprrtt'd )
Tbe motion of a bidden fire;
That tremble! io the brtaat.
Prayer I the burdee eft aigh,
Tbe wpwarXglaacing elan eye,
' When none but Uod it near,
f rayer it tbe eimpleet fern of tpeech
Tbt info lipt caa try i
rrtycr, lb eubUmttt tttaini that reach
a:Jlbw jj kifl-
ft a'yev m the"CbrUtI"ai iuf bream,"
1 be Chrittiaa'e native air.
u - lb ratcbord at tbe gaita of deMlb i
Me enter heaven wtin prayer.
"rayer t Ui contritTnnri toIci
Ketureinf from bif w y
While AngaU n their aonp rejoice, .
- In prayer, on earth, tbe eainU are one
They're one U nurd and mind i .
TVhen with tbe Father and the Bon,
Sweet bUowtnip they And.
O thou, by whom we come te God,
The life, tbe truth, the way,
The path of prayer tkytclf beet trod t
Lord, teach u how te pray !
A ycMth to me wooing came,
Kor pity did implore me
And hoped I'd neither itight norbkme,
-Tbe lad that did tdore me.
1 liked bun retch, but hid my plan
To ae bow he'd reNjte me
So frowning cried, dont teaae, young conn,
a r. I
1 ou don i xaciiy uii me. t
He aeem'd confounded, vei'e be rtared.
- Then vow'd be ne'er decave (&,
Sayt !, your pteeence can be pared,
If yon pleae air, you may leave me.
t bat, leave you, luva1 never cn,
I war by your beauty t
Now, pray, raid t, don't teaae, young rotn,
Tou con't eiactiy auit me.
' lie etarted, tigh'd, bung down bit bead,
't VVhlcb proved I'd rader caught him r
'l Vit' hatta myloviHo cturchl.c til
Dear air laid I, if that' my fte
To wed't a woman' duty
Let' fly, or w ahall be too late
You now exactly tuit me.
mkii nn axd win kkwh.
It it protahle, if imall waitti haJ
never been admired iod eulogized by
the mle iex, that lemalei mouiu ne
n I ' A
ycr hive thoypnt ol uevttlnir ettihcu
model of contracting themselves in
that part. But there u an innate, uo
natural indinitioo U the fair sex to
render themicWca agreeable io the
eyea of men. To accompliih thii,
lhtf gubmit td many privation, and
to many tortures Because the Chi.
neae- imagine a small foot to be the
acme of betotv io a female, the ladies
of China submit 'to have , their feet
prtK.l JnU -moulds, by wbit h, they
ire -nccjntf acted jr their legtriJeforni,
td. awl themselves rendered cripple's
ly-became a a mall loot ta pleasing to
the gentlemen I This we Europeans
acknowledge to be a ridicujoua and
injurious costom : we laugh at the
women whu aabmit to auch disfigure
mcnt, and at the men who call it beau
tr. But whilst we laugb at foreign
era, for tbe customs adopted by them,
we forget that we have practices at
borne equally ridiculous j and that, if
the Chinese pinch the feet. European
gentlemen cause the ladiea at home to
pinch themselves io a part situate
nearer to the aeat of vitality, so as to
confine those organs, upon the free
dom of whose action depend health
and life. Thus we see the mote which
is in our brother's eye is invisible to
If it were not that men approved of
these practicea, women .would not ad
opt them i for there would not be the
inducement. The men, therefore, and
not the women, are the culpable par.
ty, although the women are the suf
ferers, and bear the blame. It is that
they may be pleasing in the eyes of
the strong sex, that tbe ladiea decorate
themselves with various dresses and
adornments. It is to be Umeoted,
that, however amiable however com.
mendable in them (he wish to please
may br, they should be prevailed up.
on to torment their lair oooies with
starving and lacings, which instead
Saltiburu.lAsht Infantry Bluet :
YOL' will appear on the court-bou hill, on
Friday, the 9th of October, proximo, S
o'clock, a. x. armed and equipt for regimental
milliter and inpection, in accordance with the
requisition of the Col. Corodt. -
Uy order of Capt. Iliomtt ii Polk;.
JNO. II. II VRDIC. .Wy.
- Spt. lAtk, 1829.- .4187., -,
Depaktmbat or State, )
If tuhivfcn, 2Sih Jurutt, 1829. )
rilHE Proprietor of all newspaper now ta
.L ken by tbi Department, are requested to
discontinue tending the aaroe after the first day
of October next and to render their account
to that date. And notice is hereby tjiven that
no paper will bo paid fur after-.that time,' ex
cept turh at may be rpecially nibecribed for
ubtenuciit to this notice.
COYENTKY il. WADDF.LL, Jtrent.
The publisher of the Law of the laat Seaaion
of Coirgrena, are requested to publish the above
notice three times, and forward their account
Juf. 27, 1829. 185
Tftktn up ftAA i!ouVllet
TO jil iti Saliabury, on the 18th mst. two ne
gro men, named Patrick and Hiluni the
the former says he belongs to Alien Wataon, and
i)i kl,.uii li 1mIiuu flant. Bmii. Watsrtn
uf Prince EdwrJ . county, Va, t Patnck' is
about 24, and i.n 32 year oldi the for
mer i 5 feet 6 or 7, the latter 5 feet 4 or 5
I L .1 ' .1
dark Complected, and likely fellow : they had a
past to go to Alabama, probably forged : iui
particular mark on them. The owner is desired
to prove property, pay charge, and take Uiera
way. , --- , SlATEU.a. ..
Au'futt 19, t29. a
, r,i,--Haa, vm m rn.tm.wM m Km
m day, Mgfr WaUVVW
": ia ir i;A ii. ii-T;a?7v.i . . i
InVntjr&avBt enlikl air awtiw tw u uiaii uy
r 7in. . J: ti.-. i k-... i-
VI -i'aya-Baa-nj .wwww.j j - m w " at
' ' a . t- . i i ' -
nnil lkial-ra Saltil tstnTaw him IS U, A V" .
UB l"n1 ...... "
JOHN SLOAN, Sh f. tf
JitFutf 5th, 1829. 81 JhckUmburf county,
Driving to Fayettevilk,
WILL find it to their advantage, to stop at
the H-agm Yuri, where every, con.
venience is provided for Man and Horse, to make
them comfortable, at tbe moderate diarge nf 2J
cents a day and night, for the privilege of the
Yard, the uae of a good house, Are, water, and
belter, Attached to the Yard, are a Grocery
and Provision Store, Bread Shop and Con fee
tionary, and House for Boardera and Lodgers,
tn n plain, cheap, wholesome and comfort
tlestyJt.FMwi1l ntU28. 09- '
A nREEABLY to the last will nd
testament of John"Thtma,
iJilCil. rticUnderiigTied," Exrcutor
io saia win ana lenameni, wui ex
pose to talc, on Thursday the 24th
of September, on the premises of the dee'd.
lying on tbe waters of the BufTalow Shoal Creek
8 mdei aouth west of Stateavillc, and one mile
north of Thomas' Ferry, containing 100 Acres,
i'ORliET ME NOT.
Itiwirh many n for aound thee tmile,
. T . . I 1 la . I r . . , t . .e . P
ami sue, ;ne iovea on now you H iucci 0 naviofftiie oesirru eiiea oi improv
m.jK . .1 .a. . II ts mm aS li t'ai 1iaaaatf T W I . . a
in g their pperanceT are only, produc
tive of deformity and bad health
" Remove the cause and the effecr
.a a " '
will cease. ' av the provero. lnen
let gentlemen cease to admire female
beauty in any other shspe than as na
ture furnished it i let them esteem the
I genuine bloom of health, nod the ele
gance of form, which are the effects
of wholesome exercise, unrestrained
I by any bindings or lacings, and set
their face against the use ol busk and
tight heed stays. I hen will these
mischievous parts of female attire
gradually disappear, and in a fewyears,
those who hiive been brought up to the
use of such idr will be .surprised to
discover how much more elegant those
ladies art, who have been jufkred to
I grow up without any extraneous aid,
than those who have been encased in
ttays. tendon paper.
And Iritod will .cheer life's die ad way,
And turn their bitter cup to tweet.
Let memory sometime bear thee back
To ether day almost forgot i
And then you think of other friend,
Who lov thee well Forget me uoU
The Sailor, toaa'd oil stormy seat,
- Though far hi bark may roam, -Still
heart a voice in every breeze,
That wakens thought of Hon.
He think upon hit diftant friends.
Hit wile--hit humble cot t
And from hit inmot. heart ascend
The prayer- Fobt-m-ot !"
Th dijferemtt Ws FhfM ad -Sttrgtry.
rajtlcUaaaarraa,;a,Ua4aa'tk trial. .
Tja tarn na taa aatta aa taat auw wits, us ttait
X twllnt frtoaai S Mi fataa 4 VSmt, - -
Z) m mikM laray, Ck Ur aatk ,ikltf.
pflloni. It at rrccivcJ only t few
" Iq opentions of acq.iuncture f
have derived much sdvantige from the
agency of galvanism which induced
me to construct a small ga)i'snic pile
la the handle of the needle, with a
sufficient space between each metalie
plate, which are separated by a fold
of cambric, to retain (he diluted acid.
The top of, the ring, ao that a. nueol
ber of them, though situated on differ,
cnt part of the ' body, may be nilly
conoccted by mean of a smsll wire n
" I have crmsthactf d anmhyrrinatffL1'
m.erjt, to be worbXy the. patient with.
action . w ill conuoue for, a number of:
or diminished at pleasure. This an.
paratus it somewhat complicated.
steel spring paates through it, -vhith
serves as positive and negative polei;
having button-like termtnati na, act
ing as a clasp to keep it in he plr
and convey the stream of galvanism
immerliata.lv tkvfMii.li r-rHin
svstems. From this instrument we caa
derive more advantage than from tbo
common electrical machine, becauw
the action is eonmntj the patimt
wetri it about with him j and varia
ttonsof weather have no sen-ible effect
upon. its operation. I menjioned this
little invention to many scientific gen.
tlcmen, who all pronounced it new,
I am induced to think it may be scn
viceable in most chronic and venuout
disorder aod especially io uterioe
" Hhould the two, or either of them
be found worthy of professional ad op.
tion, I have at some future day to have
the pleasure of sending them to youy
with drawings and i!luswatioos.n
VkMia a,ar thUK, K traaaw
Oar MUq f9 mUm Im- lu lira.
Fashions. Io the ninth and tenth
EDUCATE Y0L CHILDREN EARLY
What ia the nKierf nf erliiratmn ?
lKt?, 'orm - A. ch,c.r. Ituw i. ,hi, cluric. the .prince of Eu-
repair. The former, 150 Acre, lying joining,
containing an excellent seat for Water Power,
and well timbered.
Also, at the tame time and place, will be aold
likely NFttRO M AN, IVaggtx. Horttt, CatHe,
Cent, and l'hat, and various other articlea not
necessary to luti tion. Twelve months credit
will be given, with bond and approved security.
Any person wishing to purchase the sbove Land
can examine it previous to the d-ty of sale, by
applying to JAMES B. TIIOMAfl, ,
Wvl. F. THOMAS.
lxtdell county, Sept. Itt, 1829. 2t8J
fC We. will, at the same time, offer for sale
several Hundred acres of lnd, lying on the we
ten ot llaichy, in the cou
Favetlc Tennesaee : tw
20,000 acTna of LAXD
LYING in the county of Surry,
and, a it believed from recent
discoveries, within the Otld Region
bf North-Carolina. Thia tract was
gUutcU Dy the State, in the year 1 795 f consists
ot one continuous survey, adjoining the county
line of Wilkes, and extemlinfr from the-Blue
Ridge ttr'wHhw hrwiiKte of ther Mai Yadkin
miles by Mitchcli'tTivenaffordinir an abundant
supply of water-power at all seasons, and many
tiles convenient for the application of thit pow.
ii rl6theTnrpoti of Machinerv jfdJiwJUvte.
lv been found in the neichlinrWhl nf thi. l.nA
but it mineral tresurrtrlrr ar twat tneaaOTe
I n i .' ' . .
unexpiorcu. rersuna uesirout tu purensse, are
referred to the Editor for more particular infor
mation, with whom the plat of thia land is de-
Saliburyt June 12tA, 1829. .,-;71
to be donef Not bv lessons, but rope wore wouueu suues. ui i s up
principally through the ioBuences oT per part of leather and the sole of
example, and circumstances, and ait- wood. In the reign of William Ru-
uatiooa Uosr aooo Ja the child ex- ui great beau, Kooert, surnamea
posed to these influences ? From the ihe Horned, used shoes widi long
moment it opens its eyes and feels the 'harp points, stuffed with tow, and
pressure of it mother's bosom from twisted like a ram's horn. The points
the hour that it becomes capable of continued to increase, till in the reign
noticing what passes around it, and of Richard II., they were of so enor.
knowing the difference ofooe thing mous a length that they were tied to
from another. So powerful are the the knees with chains, sometimesoi
gradual and unnoticed influence of cold, and Sometimes of silver. -Th
:ouutiea of Shelby andXk-,. r.ri mnnlh. that the inf.nt. if UDDer oarts of these shoes in Chaucer's
- 0,on,b-- crrJit rl1 i,edrJMrtoJTiiy- grow into time were tut in imitation of a'church
a petty tyrant at ieo mdrrtfls old ; and wintlow. ine nrgn pointea snoes
tottle about in two years a selfish, dia- continued in fashion for three centur.
contCJitejlrritablethiog. that evevy ies, to spue oi tnc uu. ui mc i ujC8,
Go VVasUVng MacVins.
mrOTICE. Thit is to notify the pubtic in gen
IV eral, that having acquired from the De
partment of State of the United State, a patent
for the Machines for Washing. Cleaning and
Separating Gold dual, consisting of a Funnel,
Trunk and Spout, I hereby forewarn all oeraona
from using or making said Machine without my
permission. KlUHAKV LEt.
Rutherford C: Sept. tt, 1829. t91
one but the mother turns from with the decrees ot counctlsTnd-lheTTle
disgust. During this period every clamatious of the clergy. At length
human beinr i makinir hia first obser- the parliament of England interposed
vatioos, and acquiring his first experi-jby an act, A. DH63, prohibiting
ence j passes his ; early judgments, I te use oi sooes pr ooois wnn pcaa
forms - omnions. acauires. . habits.-lexceedinjr toinches in length, and
Jjjiex may bt Ingrained into the "char- prbhibitiog-ajl sbmsleHImn
acter for life'. Bom-rn1;:a"nllomev' liig:lwiflA4
wronrr nntmnamavtaVe with firm hnlrl I severe DCnames. nui even una was
and ome imnreaaiori' rood or bad. not sufficient : it was necessary to de
mav sink sodeen as to be with -acarcef nouncef - th--drcaaiu4.acment&ol...cX:
deubt that many of these incurable shoes or boots with points longer than
croookednesses of disposition which we 'Wo inches. The present fashion of
attribute to nature," would be found if jahoes was introduced in 1663, but the
thev could be traced, to have one na- buckle was not used tin 1078.
ted in the earlv circumstances of life t
just as a'deformed or stunted tree Is New Galmnic .Instruments.Thc
me seen irom wmcn it sprung, dot, u'g .v.waM,iT
so. not from anv natural DerVcfrsitv of Yoore, a junior physician, residing at
seed from which it sprung but from the place called Rocky Comfort, in
ncea of ther soil and situ- Florida, to Dr. Sara'l. L. Mitchell, of
ation under which it grew.
Journal of Education.
New York, contains interesting intelli
gence for professional and scientific
A Silk Factory has hee n eitahlithes
at Dedham, Mass. by r. I'd ward
Krown, who has served a regular ap.
prenticrship to be husine ia London,
and is considered" a superior workmiov
lie at present confines his attention to
the weaving of silk fringe, and taek,
sofa bindiogs, and articles for uphols
terers, which are cotnlBe'dbr"rTcK
tuffs, not baviog imported any broad
looms. Ilia father is soon expected
from Karpe, with suitable implement,
for weaving silk velrcts, sod other
silk cloths of all descriptions. lie i
now engaged in: roamtfscruring -raw
American silk raised by J. II. Cobb,-
esq. the present season, and will soon
considerably extend his business.
PEACH AND NECTARINE N OTE lHU!T
A writer for Loudon's Cai-JeneM
Migaeine asserts that", ' A Roy it
Genrge peach rreer cultivated in thr
garden of the Rev. MrIfowmao of:
this place, has produced rather a large
fruit, three parts of it being peach an l
one cart nectarine, tiuite distinct m
appearance as well as flavor. This
was undoubtedly occasioned by the
pollen of the latter being conveyed io
that of the former j but why was it
not mixed ? In the stone there is very
little difference. A nectnrine tree
stands about five vards from the peach
Mr. Skinnrr: 9rt What is irfle
ly inter Melon, (figure 57, page 71,
if L"ud'.n Eo:vclopedia of Agricul
ture,) which s said to be " cultivutf l
in different parts of Provence and
Lnngtieuoc, and e&periauy in w
orange orchards of llirres. It forms
an article of commerce." Draw mi
order oo your MediterVaneafi fllendt
for seed,iind don't forget me io its
distribution. Can any of your eastern
horticulturists tell me the botanical
name ot this wTnfer melon, whicjr
Loudoo has strangely omittedT
American Farmer. .
The lobelia Inflaia, a plant that
grows apontaoeonsly in different parts
asthmatic, having been effectually cur
ed by it, ha puhlished a treatbe iin.,
Its Virtues y and DrA nd rewj of Olas
gow, "has also TouncTTrto" merltrthc7""
character Dr. Cutler and other eminent
physicians have given it.
Laurel The Butchers of Geneva
have a singular mode of pf eventing
fliea from attacking the meat in their
shopt. They rub the walls snd boards
upon which their meat is placed with
the essential oil of laurel the smell ol
which keeps away this trouVhrTme in;