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Sept. 27, 1839, edition 1 /
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F,om thcAinericanSilk Grower, for Augwt
IMORUS MULTICAULIS AND WHITE
; ;f f ffl :; . m ulberry. v .. : : j: : j
A!gcntleiaan in the vicinitf of Baltimore
ditjdejJ a parcel of young silk worms jasl
hatched at the same lime and from the same
lot or eggs, into three parcels. The $Mo
be fed on the native mulberry, the second
on the moretti, and the third on Mortis Mul
ticaults. A lad? had the superintendence
of tnewhol ; end she! bestowed the same
attention to each parcel.! They ere all Jed
at the same time, kept side by side in the
same jrobnw j (of course all exposed to ex
actly the same variations of teniperaturej.)
In their' progress, those fed on the native
mulberry were evidently unhealthy ; those
fed on the moretti were not much over half
as large as those fed on the Morus Mu
caulis at the third age, but' were bealtl.
During the fourth age those fed orrthe
reiti advanced considerably towards equal
ltv with'those fed on' the Multicaulis.
: . ' - I : ' i i t
never camenp to.ihera. Unfortunately those
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fed on the native mulberry were destioyed,
and the experiment witn them ceased in the
fourlh age. ! The other two parcels compli-
ted their cocoons. We took upIaM small
handful of the moretti cocoons, without any
selection and weighed them, and found their
weight to be 556 grains ; the same number
of, A! ulticaujis cocoons, taken in the; same
wav without selection weighed 420 grains
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We then cut the cocoons and took out the
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chrysalis, and ail foreign matter, and weigh
ed tbe silk fiibie alone. The moretti silk
T weighed exactly 50 grains, and the MoU
cauls 66 grains. Showing a difference of 2$
percent in favor of the Multicaulis in the co
coons, and within a very small fraction of
the same per centage in the clear fibre. The
experiment was tried expressly for the pur
pose of ascertaining whether there was any
diderencein tbe quantity of silk produced
bj the different kinds of mulberry, by one,
. too, very favorably inclined towards the mo
retti mulberry. The moretti is the best ts-
-. rietjr of thej white mulberry and is the pa
rent of the Jllpinti tbe latter having been
1-produced from the seed of tbe former. .
;;:j:U: -l---! - . '; G. B. S.
sweet milk, and i sufficient qnantity of flour
to make a good batter ; freshen and fry the
pork, as usual ; then dip tho pieces in the
batter, whieb'w ill of course adhere, replace
them in the tat, and after a little more fry
mg, a light and delicate cake will enclose
the meal1 and thus constitute a dish for a
middle size family, which! Swill" tempr the
palate of tbe most fastidioas. Try il ladies
American Silk urower.
'Farming. When the farming interest is
depressed every other interest suffers in
proportion; and it is just faM necessary to
ia to keep open
keep that interest in
flourishing condition, as it
and free tbe spring of existence itself. One
of tbe best means of eflfecting this desirable
object, is to "make farming popular, and hot
to associate it with the Ideja of unpaid or
of the hand, TYmes.
Remedy for hard timcsjUtolore ploughing
on land banks and less d
per banks. JV. . Faroiei
isijounting in j?a-
j AGRICyTURAjL tlYMN.
Great: dad of ifdec ! Waltny hand
1 That! first clad earth iij jbloooo.
And shed apon i smilinv laop
i Natore's Srstinch perfume. A
Fresh from thy glance the flowers sprang,
Kissed by ik son's first! rays
While! plain and hill and Talley iany
With hfd and joy aod praise.
God of the clouds I Tby hand can opa
fj The tooniajn of tbe skyii I
Arid on the expectant thirsty crop
Poor down the riph supply, f
The farmer, wbjen the seed llrne o'er
Joys fn the mercies gitejn f
Thinks on thy-promised haryesra store
And, smiling looks U heSTeo.
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The . Newcastle County Silk Company
are about to establish a filatore in Wilming-
ton, Del. where they will give; the highest
price for coonns and reeled silk, made in
me oiaie. Jimercan outs u rower.
Mr. Gates of Germantown, has taken
j.B patent right for the manufacture ofj morns
i mu'tieaulis cisars. and he has already! re
' j ceived an order for 10,000 of the cigars.
now growing n this district pf
i country, a considerable quantity of the su
gar beet aiany of our farmers being de-
( termineJ to test jheir value at least as food
i for cittle.. We have not, however, heard
of any preparation for the manufacture! of
jl sugar ; but jwe trust the subject will be do
iy taken into consideration, and at least a
;: theoretical knowledge of the business ac
1 quired. All it wants1 is a start and having
4 rpceited this,;lheN sugar manufacture will
v soon become sufficiently extensive io mke
:- i us lnidepenent of other countries, fr inis
TT ANA WAY from the. Subscriber living in
3 Hamburg, $. C. on the37th of August
last, a iiegro mao by the name i
TBB SUBSCRIBER HJlVlJG?nE
moved Jiis xsaop to the
' . KJVOWXAS THE"
, . MsmFFJCE,-
Contfauesto keep on; hand a good assorlmenlo
n at dies and Caqpis , - 1
Brtasi Puis aiii 2?tgs, I
; Silver Spoons and Pencils 4 -Jlfiisleal
MpHfii 8pi iStper TAtm6s,
Rodzers'1 Pocket and Peh VKnivtsm
And all other articles in his line.
Mnfor$natioii II anted. !
?A YOUNG roanV by the name of Jordan
JlIL Ffrwusun. left Monroe County, Tebaes
seei on the 15th of Jaljf lasV wiJh an intention
as believed, to come borne to Uses Uooniy,
North Carollnai bat owing to bis having been
de6rious for some time previousj "h . has j not
reached h 13 place of destination. i fie was heard
of in Buncorab I county, North Carolina, near
Ash title, about tbe 10b ot August. Any -information
respecting him will be thankfully, re
ceiVed by bis relations and friends, addressed to
i i . .... . . i m.
the Subscriber, Elkvl!e, VY likes! county. Iorm
Carolina. Said Ferg:uson is about 25 teara of
! of kge, Woe eyes, hght hair; & fflmmon height.
September 20, 1839 38 . - . j.
NEW JEWELLERY, c.
Repaired in the best manner, and warranted for
twelve months;. (Old Oold and Silver taken in
exchange for articles purchased, or m payment
for debts due. Ivj'-i V :l : : -1
1 1 If 1 DAVID L. POOL.
Salisbury, Jane 7i l8S9tf45
f!HE subscriber bis
MEDICINES, DYE STUFFS, PAINTS,
Oils. Sftufls, Tobacco, tjpanish Cigars,
Candles, Rice, Starchy Soaps, Perfumes, Brush-
esJ Instruments, fast iSoards, Une 1-euer ana
nn hm nmnhi. nf I WrannirnT Paiipr. Ooilln. Ink. Drawin? PaDer
JL tbe above JJABLE JUEDICiJSE,rt PainjsJadeirailTenerifl; Malaga, Port,
for sale" at AvresvilleStokeaco., North Caroli- Stferryi Champaign, Muscat and Claiet Wines,
j I ! j j r French Peach andj Apple Brandy, Gin, Munoo-
i I i JAMES AYRES, Agent. I ganala and -old VVbiakey, Jamaica and 4
jpril 19, S9.
the, Subscriber living
Hum, Loaf Sugar, yarnishesj 1 Sand Piper.
Gjass Ware aod Boiitles, Lemon and Ginger
Srup, Lime Juice, Tamarinds. Jug, Corks,
Pocket Books and Maps, Pines. Jron andlComp.
Alortara and Pesile Candle yick, Blacking.
Lee's. DeanW Dvott's. AnderBons. Hooper's,
in Htm nil rff . S I . nn Ih I - t ' i . .- . ... . n .
slip; .uiuuiS, v. -w., fi.?, h'KntM U.nrfullli'li anf Phi na' fills.
iQiL r A nail Ia aft M A mm f 1 3 ' - . . ' 1
i, n T.ftr,u . tr i i Houck's and aim's Panacea, Moore and I An-
joy ine nameoi j Aurw, or -ac d?f8on,0 c . Drup . Snuff 1 Boxes, Spices,
ioi nis, qenarmre, no oroae iniorjm r..j ai.,UUi- niU rnf..mkia fnr
bald heads, Elixir oil Opium, Swaim'a Vermi-
iuge, ana a inwsana oiner ariicjies. jusi receiveu
aid for sale c5eap, at, th Arxj'rcarv eign, by
C. B & C. Ki WIIF.ELEK.
hp is about twenty-Sve or ibiry years of age,
he is a bright mulatto, about bye fett eight o
tin inrhpR hiorh. he sioods la little when walk
ing, steps quick, has a do w beast (look, he is a lit
tie b! ink-eyed, knockneed, and ,19 a very piaosi
hlAfpllnw. I bnncrht said ne?rb from Mr An
drew Drew, of Salisbury, North! Carolina, some
brought Siaeon. It is orobabUj he will try to
go back to Salisbury, as Cosajshis mother lives
there. When he left, he hadioh a r60 broad
rjoih frock coat, a checked ebirt; satinet pania-
loons and vest, a new strawjnat, and a pair of
yankee made boots. VVhenever lie stops, he pro
bablj vill attempt to get employ men t in some
public house as at waiter, or in borne stable as ist
let, as he has been accustomed to such work
since he belonged tame. 1 wil) pay for his ap
prehension and delivery to mejib Hamburg, S
C. the above reward, or TWENTY FIVE
DOLLARS if lodged in any ail in this Stale
(Sooth Carolina) or North Carolina.
THOMAS G PARKINSON
Hamburg. C. Sept. 20th,l8393in8
iiT i THIS
l;my t stable 'and I took therefrom a
HORSE, SADDLKHand BttlULK. Ttve
Horse; is about 7 yearaojd, cream colored, and is
about 115 hand hfghjj paddle and Bridle new
When said negroSranawjajr he (had on a pair of
green! Spectacles a jsbuff colored broad cloth
sou tout Coat, i a !;paiof satinet pantalooos a
bombazine vest, and a fur Cap.'- It is very pro
bable thai Jack bas made bis way back again to
Notfji Caroling v here Jrie basjrelaiifes Imng.
S'iiy per8onwl)o ;Wij jdeliver said negro lo me
in Hamburg, brj0dg(9 in in any sale'jail, so
that I get him, will receive a! reward of ONE
HUNDREDi DOLLARS I will pav TWO
HUNDRED A?iD FIFTY DOLLARS, both
for Negro and Horse. ! 1
! BENJAMIN F. RUSK.
July 19,18S9i-Sn4i :
Vil'he Newbern Spectator jw ill insert thea
bove jweekly thlee moot hst and forward their ac
count! to me at: Harabbrg, S C; ' B:F.R
ABSCONDED about the last of
about or 28 tears b aige, and of a very brig I
complexion H is a Shoemaker by trade, has
a very busny neaa :oi nair, a min visage, is
spare built ariq :weigbjs!froui 135 to 140 pounds.
He has a very .large; iscar on! one ot his legs
ear he ankle believjeb to be on the right leg
also a1 scar on leach afra just below the. elbow oc
casioned by a born. Hs heels have been frosted,
hich injury ;has left scars upon them. Cole
man has a wife (a free woman) near Blakely,
N Carolina, knd it isjufobable that he may dp
in that direction, aliHquh many persons believe
that he was decoyed on by a white man, named
Salisbury, Aug 23; 183il4
Mrs. Susan 111. E4ndletonf
I. Near t
& I Mat t tua-tn aker9
IE APOTHECARY ST! RE.
the subscriber, at that
in Sttidtps County, N.
fJIHE Subscriber informs i he; public, that
ll has just received through the Nortl
pities me laiesp ana miei approea f i
And is prepared to execute orders in .the most
stylish and satjsfartoryj manner.; 1 As to jbe man
rier of her woik1, she would appeal to several La
dies of this community, who have latHy had
ork doneby her and lnlinersjin Philadelphia
f Work sent from a distance hall be carefully
put up and tor warded 4 ill i
gCJ A few! Bonnets, Cipi, Tarbans,r and
other articles,! will bfkept onhind tor sale.
V airs Sr is aleo prepared to execute
yrimptng and! Fluting on re&'sopa'ble terms.
Salisbury, June 14 1839. j - i
TOTAS another ne w supply of Gold and Silver
JOL WATCHES, Plain Enelish and TFreoch
do. j Gold Fobf Chai03 and Keys, Fine breast
rirs and f inger Kings, Sil ver Batter Knives,
Patent and plain Pencils, Tooth'. Picks, Fob
Chains, Spectacles and Thimbles, Steel and gilt
rob Chains and Keys.
. ALSO 4
A VERY FINE AND LARGE ASSORT
MENT OF RAZORS AND POCKET
!, AND PEN KNIVES, "
by different makers, and other articles nsnally
kept by Jewellers. AH ot which wilt be sold
low fof Cash, or only six months credit, after
wbifth time, interest will be charged. Work
done faithfully and punctually. . " ,
Salisbury, May S1839tf40' -
State ot iiortft Guv<ta
CABARRUS COVJfTY. x
Superior Court of Law; August Term,
r"-.)'. ' ' ;V 1839. : -
Milly JLdmonston, . petilioQ for DiVorce
i . t and Alimony.'
Thomas Edmooston, j
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the defendant, Thomas Edmonston, is
not an inhabitant of this State : Ordered by the
ourt,that publication be made three months in
the Carolina Watchman, that the said Thomas
Edmonston appear at oar next Superior Court of
Law, tobe held for the county of Cabarrus, at
the Court-bouse in Concord, on tbe second Mon
day in February next, and answei to said peti
tion,1 or it will be heard exparte and Judgment
awarded accordingly. , ?
Witness. A J Shankle, Clerk of on r said
Superior Court; at Concord, the second Mon
day lb August, 1839, and the 64th of Ameiican
Independence. . ' :r-
M A. .I."SH ANKLE, esc.
. R. K1RKPATR1CK, d c.
Aogost 16 SittS
f tr Sr m f
TW HE exercifps c
U the usual va r ?
the 23d of Jp' '
intender.ee cf the I:
Mr. J. S John,' :,,
will be wanting t i i
yated Schwl ;f i;
learning and mrrz r
to enlarge the t-;'
Mr. Johnson, Lr
Ladies can it.?:: t'
for the better cr"
advancement of t!
they be present at t
N. B. A fevr ;
with boarding in i
Salisbury , r t.
XZOZITJS XXTJZ.TZO AtTLZSf
Fruit Trees, 65c.
oslma Vuung, who left
TIBE S UK S( t! SHIR
ISHES to move to Lexinfftoni to carrv
on! the SADDLWQ fr HARJS ESS
aUbUYESS,mlloSit for sale, his well known
jf-r-rsj mi; i
the same time for Indiana. I will give a re
ward iof Fiftyj puHarijiq any oipe who will de-
the neighborhood about
FAYETTEVILLE, N CAROLINA.
flHIS ESTABLISH MEIfT will be open
ft. after the 1st ol August, brider the man-
liver polemari to m near Brook Neal jn Camp- ragement and direction of the ubsriber. The
will connoe htm in jail, .Honsf has been thoroughly epaired, and will,
bell County- Va. br who
so that 1 get him in my (possession
I rH 10 HARD OV ERS IREET.
B rook Neail , Da m phH I cty, Va ? . fJ)
December aj; i f
in a lew days, be wellifurni8he and every ef
fort will be made to render irforihy of pairon
necessary article of domestic comfort
D Stt rKl; ,Cn r TN FORMS the puslic that he has i
an ,,h n OU 51? El pub,,C I from bis former 'stand, to his new t
sale, on the 5th of Ocober next, un lhe publ. square, in the Twn of
Julv 30. 1839. : i l I 2:3m
n o rr n rt r i nrtiin itt? i '
IN SlOCIiSTlLLB DAVIE CO. K C.
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Mocks- If fl lHUi UUMJKlOtiK, navmg peeo sausiacu
The Subscriber informs the public, that he has
for sale, at. his Nurseries in Davidson County,
15,000 trees of thel AJorus Multicaulis, these
are superior to cuttings without roots to propa
gate) from. His prices shall be the market price
of the article in the North and elsewhere. He
also has a large stock of Fruit Trees, consisting
t Apples, Pears, Peaches, Plums, Cherries,
8fc. being selections of the best American and
European fruits, all of which. are grafted or in
uculated, and in healthy, growjng condition.
I will have JUees delivered in good . condition,
at any reasonable distance from Lexington, say
75 or 100 miles, (if amount of orders will justi
ly' it.) for which 1 will charge the usual price of
hauling;- It will be well for those who wish to
obtain trees, to get the Catalogue of the Nurse
ries, w hich contains prices, and will be sent grat
is Wall applicants, the postage being paid.
Communications will be promptly "attended to.
Direct to Lexington, N. C. ' -.
! CHARLES MOCK.;
Lexington, N .C. Sept. 6, 1839. - ,
npHE fobciiber has fof sal (deliverable af
J I t.r the fall of the leaH from EIGHT
THOSAJYD to TEJV THOUSAND geno
ine Morus MnlticaoluA Trees, fram roots and
cuttings, now growing in and near the Town of
Pittsboroogh, North Carolina.- These lreesare
large and superior, many of them now measure
from sia to nine feet, well branched, many of
whtph will count from one to three hundred
buds each. I will sell anv number that may be
required at market prices, by the tree, by the
foot, or by the bad, but would prefer selling by
lhe bud. -"-
Also for sale, one million of the best stock of
Silk-worm Eggs for feeding.
M JAMES J. HORJVE.
Pitlsborough, Sepl. 6, I839tf6
C A good method of killing the chrysal
is to place 'the cocoons beneath glass in
tot bed, and the work is quickly done:
liioso wftq nave tried it are perfectly sa
fied wiib the ease and expedition with which
it is accomplished lb.
Short, horned Cattle Never thinfc Iof
buying short horned or Durham Cattlejltm
til ?you j are prepared to keep them well.
They eed; an abundance of fresh pasture
and therefore to be frequent! r changed frdm
one pasture to another in succession, land
plenty of food and good shelters in the win
ter. j Thus provided for they are valuable
stoe. But neglected io these respects, they
of land, including 5 Acres; of first rate Meadow,!
ana an oiner necessary iraprppmentv. mat will
lecomroend itself. Those i wishing to purchase
will do well to-call and examine for themselrea,
a payment will be made easy) Terms made
known by me. L - " '.ij ijr''
. : Wm . C, PATTERSON.
! Davidson eo., Sept. 20. jl$38-3w8
villej wherejbe wil).bontinue to keep a
Clause of tltitcrtaitnnciit.
His Htnise is roomy: and commodious; attach
F IC ES f
lent to the Court House;. The 6ubsciicein!ed&r
ich kre SIX! COMFORTABLE OF- f r eeis encoutagea io Bay io iue :puouc.
,r Mmilm:n nf iha Tr .11 r,n I House and Siables are well turn
: I -reception and accommooaiioni 01 inose
I. I! 3 . ! .1 i
-JL torily engaged for more fharii three years
n attending Va (j! f. -1 I !
istied for tbe
Site ftavlottr fr emale
mHIS Institotioo; will be opened for tbe re
JL ceptioo oflpoprJt on the .Ui Monday (TibJ
of October next, unJei the jjm.Qdiate soperio
tendenceof Mrs. S.D. Ntx HtrrcHisoiT, whose
ntgn quauncations as an instruciress are already
so lavoraoiy xnown to the
oahiiinspli td the miAt dilinrpnl iPTPrlinna In Wive I be pleased to Call
aaiistaction to soeh aa may call on bim. HisL H i ! 1 I I t
TABLE, BAR & STABLES are provided in I gcT All the Stages arrive j at and depart
the oest manner tost the country will anord,! from my House, where seats are secured, and no
and his servintsf are faithful and prompt.
Jan 26, 1639-tl36
! : . i
M'M&UMfAMJHV&MM-g8&.lriiMeet the lot
Br F. FflALEY kUprnoristantly on hand
a full supply ef bady' - - Av ?
exertions spared to give general Eausiacnon to
Passengers.: j1 j 1 j . j
Er M reaidfnee fs on tneienrner nf Gillps.
urmerlv . occupied by Mrs,
Barge. conenient to tbe Market and near the
Fayettevllle Aug 14. 18393tn4
f MADE, i CLO THING. '
- , - r; i viuoka, m. aiMBiwus, nqu v eai, a iso cioiofi, vasi i
.1 . . I meres and Irestinff all of which he will set
m9T lrthL ZmvtL T ii Mow br cash. , He il a so prepared to cut and
i r i n i h
are little belter than native cattle. -Fra
Instruction far cooking salt pork in
jest mannr. t'irst jlice, and then freshen
by boiling two or three minutes ; then take
it out, and! cover the slices with flour, then
: place tbeo In the pan for frying wit Ji all the
fljur that will adhere to them. Try it; and
if you like the dish serve it up to your neigh-
bors."- Gtnnesss Farmtr. - - i
:; The above process does very well, bnt lhe
ii following j we think much better! Take
w; tresu ?g2 wtt it, and balf a sail s of
will not vary materially ftom those hitherto made
at this lostitetion. rhej vfjll be speeifiedj
nowever. in a miure aaveii$emeni.
JUSKPH H. WILSON, I
JOHN IRWIN III! S
Wm. J. ALEXANDER, Trustees.
JU511UA LI. UUU, I
U. IS. fWiLLIAiXJS
Sept. 20, If 39 8w8 ji;
ranted to fii welli - Garments lent on abort no
uce , us vxii ifacii toe
f An OP OUTTIXTG
on tbe mod
JUST tmCEMVKD ?
y y tvpetior Chewing Tobacco,
located Ihimsflff in SalisborV, re
y tenders bis professional services
the most approved and Fashioncble Style to toils citizens, and those of the surrounding eoun,
"folf't1'0 B. F. F. try. His office is the one recently occopied by
ttpt.g. 1839-16, : ; J Dr. BouchelJe, whrel be cat be fbnnd at all
4 jklSlb'-ltECEMViD' times, except when absent oo Jprofesaional dn-
Salisbary, Jane T, !8394ltf5
JDr. 1JEANIIER HJLLIAN
nnHE Copartnership, heretofore existiner be.
JI tween the Subscribers, under tbe firm of
McOary & McTaggart, is tbisidav dissolved bv
mutual consenu James McGary is duly author
ised io settle the business of: the. late firm.
U JAMES McGARY,
. I A; AIcTAGGART.
; Wilmington, N. C. Acgi2&y 1839. 7:4t
James McGary wilt continue to transact!
the Forwarding acd Commission Business on his
own account, &t the same placaj oceapied by the
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A CONSIDERAiiLE NUMBER of these
-OCTREES may behadit'Fayettaville. N.
C. about the last of' next summer or ibe first of
. l r : 11 i , ' ' . i SSI
ine ran. xne proprietor can erv read v d h-
ESPECTFULLY offers his professional 1 P086.01 t0?ra ll. b North, -bat: from patriotic
services tu the fcitizena of Silkhnr .nH ponsmerauons, ne pretera thai thev should bft
sorroondifcg; eoootryl His Office win ilr. lf" b hl f1!11! te.Tbe price will be
West's nfe w brick bo!diog, nearly opposite J. "me . IfT Dai,,more or new, Yorfc, and will
and W. Murphy's store. j z oeiorwaroea to purchasers onr the! money's beine
Is bopedjiihatsocJi is mav wish to
enjawe, may do soat aneariTdav. I . 'I.
B&i ! BONDS 1?- V
For nZe el W, Qiec.
5 WILL continue to sell my Morus Multi
caulis Trees, of which 1 have about Three
Thousand, tbe roots at 20 cents, and the buds at
one r.o!lar'and fifty cents per hundred; (which
is one dollar less than the price in this market
last fall,) if applied for by the lOtb of October
next. I have now Trees from the bud nearly
seven feet tig b I will furnish Silk Worm
Eggs, without charge to persons purchasing my
trees;; and will agree to buy of I hem all tbe mer
chantable cocoons made from socb eggs, at the
Fayetteville, Aug.30, 1839 7w5 ;
Emporium of Arts Sciences.
k LMOST daily arrivals of Books and Sta
J. tionaiy at the Great Hall of Science.
Among the variety are the following new and
valuable works : " r
Sketches of tbe Greek and Roman Poets, from
Homer to Trypbydorns
History of the Harvard University
Speeches of the Hon. Daniel Webster
Ditto John Sargent . ..
Percival's Wonders of the World
Historj of the American War by Charles Botta
Gymnastics for Youth " .,
Mirror of Time .
Sketches of London by the anthor of Beach and
. Bar . - -
Yoyage roond tbe World by Reynolds
Beauties of Ireland
Whigs and Democrats or love of no Polities
All oew publications , regularly received as
boou a paotisnea. ....
A large collection of School Books always on
hand, j :
I At the North Carolina Book Store,
ano lor sale at reduced prices, by -
4',-. t . TURNER tf HUGHES.
Raleigh, Aosrost, 1839.
"g?OR SALE, a full soil of Ukitorm, with
ja.j voap-peaa, FJume, Gloves, Spurs, Hof
sters-Hooseing, S word, BeU and Sash. En
oire at this office. I v . .
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MR. Porter beir
est in the Journal, !
coin Tianscnpi, to i
will be conducted ia
the Whig Banner,
induced to assume i.i
actuated only by as;
are rapidly driving i:
less and headlong co j :
archy and despot ism
ing efforts to rc:.r
privilege of rifling ;
impunity ; by (t.tsr
Institutions ot the C
palmy, days of our t
Union, and ehdeavtr
sions, powers, and r. t
e'ven contemplated I)
treasure ot the naii : ,
and extravagant, as i
didmonarcliy, than ;
finally by depart n n U
rice of the troly dt-u
in lieu thereof a Iii "
publican and Ulira !
The zeal, industry,
wbich these ies;rueu
coupled with the t !
of the community n
of their fallacious i
turn a deaf ear to U,
induced tbe Subsn
jQuill : for the dic i :
As the name f
tor espouse s the c;i v.
opposition to the g ,
government. He t '
t ion of the cunstiiui
its tiue design : il.p i
eial departments, ar .'
the admiitisiration f
of free and frequent i
bus branches of G a t ,
presentatirts ; a I.
popular education ; z:
diate, and vigorous
ment throughout tie r
The Banner ui.'i I
of our civji and lit (
Literature, and the r
arts j whilst the c t
will ever receive lit
The more fully to
Editor, and increase
ner, it is intended u i
ded the subscription 1
accession of respons:
. TERMS. T.vo I
vaucef or two doll
before the expiration i
i No sobscripiion ta!
and a failure to order
of the year, will bo
No paper will be t'
lion of lhe Editor, ur,
All written Com:
most be post paid . r i ;
Rates of Adv:
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AT dtd action of -SJ
to those whoadverH:
Persons sending i
careful to mark on ih
sertions, or they niil
oot, and charged
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Of all the reported D
North Carolina, c
Reporter and inc! .
Supreme Court at !
Jas. Iredell, E-q.
TURNER a III
respectfully ask ihe
. t ;.t. l ...
ini9 worK, which i- c
published and readv i
of Noyember 1
In the original yr
vear affo. it was s!:
bably not exceed ssv
now ascertained it v ,
pages, and most lit r
into two roval octavo t
geseach printed vn ;
aod well bound
It is recommence !
men; all of who?
selves of it, to direci
but is also orged u;
Sheriffs, and other j
them an exposition, i
which lhe Suprer..
has decided in rt!a:
similar reason, it is r
tlemen. who may l
interest loknow the
preme Court, which
decide, the law eft!
act of Assetiihly, t: '
Jon opon every rr.'
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ular favor upcn t! .z '
aiding in prcczTi: -the
list bjrciil t
of November c L
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